content provided by Monrovia Nursery One of the symbols of summer, hydrangeas burst into bloom around July, making them a classic choice for foundations, flowering hedges, and billowy borders. But why stop there? Hydrangeas come in so many fantastic forms, seductive colors, and playful flower shapes that they’re one of the most useful plants with […]
Sunflowers are typically grown from seeds and produce a tall stalk topped by a few large flowers, or they can be shorter with a number of smaller blooms. SunBelievable™ is different. It’s a brand new hybrid with a multi-branching, short and compact habit, and because it doesn’t produce seeds, it can put all of its […]
Preparing your roses for the long winters sleep has never been easier than it is with the Easy Elegance Roses.
You may get lucky and get a kiss from your sweetheart, but if you want to plant the new University of Minnesota apple you may have to wait until the year 2034. This is when the patent on the tree expires.
The trend for breeding smaller plants continues with Baby Lace Hydrangea. It is an all pop Hydrangea with creamy white, cone-shaped flowers. Its flowers are similarly shaped like Limelight Hydrangea but differ as it is a 4 x 4 compact plant. Baby Lace Hydrangea was developed by one of the worlds foremost Horticulturist and breeder, […]
Bailey’s final feature for National Rose Month last month was the velvety dark red Kashmir Rose. Each full 3″ bloom resembles a hybrid tea, that just begs to be cut and shown off in a vase.
These are instant celebrities because they solve common problems for hydrangea lovers!
There was a blog article on this subject nearly a decade ago that has always made the plant geek in us laugh – calling Catalpa’s the Rodney Dangerfield of shade trees since they get no respect!
While warmer zones tend to have all the fun with spring blooming trees, those in colder regions can now add this beautiful bloomer to their pallet! Hardy from zones 2 through 8, Gladiator™ is an excellent ornament tree.
Pahl’s Market Nursery Manager, Tim ‘Bart’ Bartholomew was interviewed for an article that appeared in the Home Section of the Star Tribune. Read on to learn more about the trend towards short and narrow plants.