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Bloom-a-Thon® Red Azalea

Bloom-a-Thon® Red Azalea

Bloom-a-Thon® Double Pink Azalea

Bloom-a-Thon® Pink Double Azalea

Achillea millefolium ‘Little Susie’

Achillea millefolium ‘Little Susie’

Burning Bush Plant - LOVE the color of these! Need to find dwarf ones, though...

Burning Bush Plant - LOVE the color of these! Need to find dwarf ones, though...

Is #LaborDay symbolic of the end of summer? Keep the good times rolling with our Bloomstruck Endless Summer #Hydrangea! This beauty blooms on old and new growth constantly pushing out new flower heads measuring 3-5'' across. TIP: Depending on your soil pH level it can be pink purple or blue. (zones 4-8)

Is #LaborDay symbolic of the end of summer? Keep the good times rolling with our Bloomstruck Endless Summer #Hydrangea! This beauty blooms on old and new growth constantly pushing out new flower heads measuring 3-5'' across. TIP: Depending on your soil pH level it can be pink purple or blue. (zones 4-8)

Click to view full-size photo of Salieri Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Salieri') at Dutch Growers Garden Centre

Click to view full-size photo of Salieri Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Salieri') at Dutch Growers Garden Centre

About Tree Peonies~Most varieties are hardy in Zones 4-8, reach 6 feet tall and wide (or so), and grow best in full sun and moist, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. They don't typically require pruning, but if it becomes necessary to control their size, the best time to do it is spring, right after they finish flowering.

Top Tree Peony Varieties

About Tree Peonies~Most varieties are hardy in Zones 4-8, reach 6 feet tall and wide (or so), and grow best in full sun and moist, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. They don't typically require pruning, but if it becomes necessary to control their size, the best time to do it is spring, right after they finish flowering.

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