Pahl’s Plants of the Month – September

by | Sep 1, 2012 | Market News

By Jackie Overom

Pahl's Compact Burning Bush Foliage

The Dwarf Burning Bush is a wonderful shrub hardy in our zone 4 climate.  It grows in height to 5-6 feet and is 5-8 feet wide when mature.  A very drought tolerant shrub that can be planted in the sun to light shade.  Use it for borders, accents, or specimen plantings.  In Autumn it turns a bright red.  During the winter you will notice ridges on the bark.

Click here to check out other plants available at Pahl’s!

Bulb of the Month

Allium Gladiator
Allium Gladiator

The Allium Gladiator blooms in late Spring to early Summer with a beautiful large purple flower.  It adds some wonderful height to your garden crowning at 44” high. 

Enjoy beautiful blooms next Spring by planting bulbs now.  Tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, crocus, and allium bulbs have just arrived at Pahl’s and are ready to plant from mid September to mid October.  Check the planting depth guide on each bulb package and remember – pointed side up!


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