Plus, you'll get a discounted price when purchasing a collection compared to purchasing the plants individually.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates.
May be covered by patent (U.S.P.P. application filed).The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. A unique find! Discovered as a limb sport of Arirang Asian pear tree, Doug Keithly found a real winner.
Starts bearing at a young age and is very productive. Harvest in late August. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. See more Recommended Pollinators below.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties...
A productive, hearty variety. Harvest in early September. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering. Best pollinators: Bartlett or Beurre Bosc.
Our best pear! Enjoy abundant crops of large, Bartlett-style pears that are smooth, sweet and juicy. Harvest in August. Tree is disease-resistant to fireblight and a strong pollinator for most other pears.
Pollinator required: Choose another pear variety, like New Century, Hosui, or Bartlett.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Green- to yellow-brown russeted skin surrounds crisp, juicy, flavorful...
Bears large pears! This easy-to-grow tree produces an irresistibly sweet, crisp and juicy fruit. Ripens in mid September. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.
An Asian pear “twofer”. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering. This tree produces two kinds of crisp, juicy Asian pears: creamy New Century ripens in late August, and smooth Starking...
Needs another variety for a pollinator. Ripens in October and stores well. Shipped 1-3' trees. Other dwarf pear varieties include the Bartlett. The Kieffer Dwarf Pear tree grows only 8-10' tall and several make a beautiful ornamental lawn grouping.
They can be blasted off with the hose sprayer, taking care not to damage the plant tissue, but may require manual removal with tweezers or a brush. Slugs and snails can be deterred with copper barriers, or managed with slug bait.
Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Originates from Illinois, introduced in 1953. Broad for its kind, this shapely tree repeat-blooms and bears until hard freeze.
Best pollinators: Starking Delicioustm or Bartlett.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. The tree is disease-resistant to fire blight and will bear fruit for years.
In late summer, the flowers turn a beautiful bluish-pink aging to a purplish pink. What a breathtaking sight! In mid-summer this color-changing Hydrangea Tree is covered with masses of snow-white flowers.
1 to 2 1/2' trees sent. In May its long clusters of pure, golden yellow flowers often reach 18'' in length with as many as 8 clusters on a twig. Golden Chain Trees do well in either partial shade or full sun, reaching 15 - 20' at maturity.
* This species is commonly used in Chinese medicine and is considered to be one of the 50 fundamental herbs. * Grown for its white flowers, borne in late summer after most other flowering trees have long finished flowering.
Pure white, ruffled and waxy, 3'' blooms simply glow against the dark rich green foliage. This durable shrub is tolerant of a wide variety of soil types, is moderately drought tolerant once well established (though it will flower more with adequate moisture),...
Grows To: 8'H x 4-5'W
Soil & Moisture: Average moist, well-drained, moderately fertile soils.
Boldly variegated green and golden foliage immediately demands attention in any full-sun landscape. Once established, this Euonymus requires little maintenance and is easily pruned to ones desired shape or size.
Considered to be reliably hardy to zone 5B or about -5F. For more in-depth information on growing Azaleas please see the following links: LSU Agcenter - Allen Owings and Dan Gill - Azaleas UGA Extension - Gary L.
Container Size: 3.5 inch / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 5B,6,7,8,9
Grows To: 3-4'H x 3-4'W
Soil & Moisture: Average moisture, well drained, moderately fertile, humus rich soil, and an organic mulch.
A wonderfully free-flowering hybrid Camellia that is sure to stop traffic when its in bloom. For more on growing Sasanqua Camellias read Dr. Allen Owings', an LSU AgCenter Horticulturist, article titled " Sasanquas, Dwarf Camellias Add Color to Early-Winter...
Salt Tolerance: Slight to Poor
Container Size: 4.5 inch / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 7,8,9
Deer Resistance: Seldom Bothered
Pruning: Once the Camellia flowering season has ended in mid-late spring, before buds set in summer.