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Plant of the Week 14 - Viburnum x. burkwoodii.  This delightfully fragrant evergreen shrub is widely used in the parks and open spaces of Europe and is a favourite in our garden. On a table by the front door of the Garden Design Academy, a pot of rooted cuttings is also in flower, filling the conservatory with its perfume.

Plant of the Week 14 - Viburnum x. burkwoodii. This delightfully fragrant evergreen shrub is widely used in the parks and open spaces of Europe and is a favourite in our garden. On a table by the front door of the Garden Design Academy, a pot of rooted cuttings is also in flower, filling the conservatory with its perfume.

Viburnum carlesii:   Aurora (Korean Spice Viburnum) Height: Tall 5' (Plant 4' apart) Bloom Time: Spring to Early Summer  Sun-Shade: Full Sun to Half Sun/ Half Shade  Zones: 4-8 Soil Condition: Normal, Clay, Acidic  Flower Color / Accent: Pink / White  Extra large clusters of star shaped flowers open in mid-spring. The pink buds open to blush white blossoms that are extremely fragrant. Leaves will change to a deep red in the fall.  Bluestone Perennials, Inc

Kniphofia Lemon Popsicle (Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily, Tritoma)

Viburnum carlesii: Aurora (Korean Spice Viburnum) Height: Tall 5' (Plant 4' apart) Bloom Time: Spring to Early Summer Sun-Shade: Full Sun to Half Sun/ Half Shade Zones: 4-8 Soil Condition: Normal, Clay, Acidic Flower Color / Accent: Pink / White Extra large clusters of star shaped flowers open in mid-spring. The pink buds open to blush white blossoms that are extremely fragrant. Leaves will change to a deep red in the fall. Bluestone Perennials, Inc

Plant of the week 21 - Viburnum sargentii Onondaga spotted at Drulon gardens in France last week. Featuring both ornamental foliage and floral displays, the leaves emerge fine textured, velvety, and maroon, later turning green but retaining a moroon tinge.  This makes a vivid contrast for the new foliage which continues to emerge maroon.  Showy maroon buds open to pinwheel-type creamy-white flowers with a pink tinge and purple anthers.

Plant of the week 21 - Viburnum sargentii Onondaga spotted at Drulon gardens in France last week. Featuring both ornamental foliage and floral displays, the leaves emerge fine textured, velvety, and maroon, later turning green but retaining a moroon tinge. This makes a vivid contrast for the new foliage which continues to emerge maroon. Showy maroon buds open to pinwheel-type creamy-white flowers with a pink tinge and purple anthers.

MIss Kim  The shrub will grow between 6 to 8 feet in height, but can easily be kept trimmed at 4 feet. This plant does very well in the southern United States, where other lilacs have difficulty. Anyone looking for a solid foundation to a new landscape design should definitely consider this durable and charismatic plant.   Plant several Miss Kim Lilacs for a fragrance you can smell from a distance.

MIss Kim The shrub will grow between 6 to 8 feet in height, but can easily be kept trimmed at 4 feet. This plant does very well in the southern United States, where other lilacs have difficulty. Anyone looking for a solid foundation to a new landscape design should definitely consider this durable and charismatic plant. Plant several Miss Kim Lilacs for a fragrance you can smell from a distance.

"Working my way through the Christmas tree display and the troughs of bare-rooted fruit trees, I was immediately attracted to a fine batch of Elaeagnus x ebbingei Limelight." These tough evergreen shrubs are invaluable in the winter when the yellow variegated leaves shine out in otherwise dull gardens. In autumn and winter they carry flowers which, while not showy, have exquisitely sweet scent. Like all  Elaeagnus species, they have a symbiotic relationship with nitrogen fixing bacteria.

"Working my way through the Christmas tree display and the troughs of bare-rooted fruit trees, I was immediately attracted to a fine batch of Elaeagnus x ebbingei Limelight." These tough evergreen shrubs are invaluable in the winter when the yellow variegated leaves shine out in otherwise dull gardens. In autumn and winter they carry flowers which, while not showy, have exquisitely sweet scent. Like all Elaeagnus species, they have a symbiotic relationship with nitrogen fixing bacteria.

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