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Hydrangea ‘Zinfin Doll\' p.p. (Hydrangea paniculata hybrid)
Prices start at : 16.95 USD / 4" Pot Size

It's a vigorous 6-8' tall shrub with sturdy stems to hold the multitude of flowers. The long-lasting flowers are ideal for fresh or dried bouquets. ‘Zinfin Doll' is an early bloomer.
  • Grows to: 6-8'
  • Plant Type: Hardy Garden Plant
  • Hardiness Zone: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Connecticut
Danielson
Goji Berry ‘Big Lifeberry\' p.p. (Lycium hybrid)
Prices start at : 19.95 USD / 4" Pot Size

‘Big Lifeberry' flowers in spring and early summer and fruiting starts in late summer and continues through fall. Grow in full sun, although some shade is tolerated, and the sprawling canes can be tied together to give a more upright form.
  • Sun Requirement: Full Sun
  • Bloom Season: Spring, Summer
  • Grows to: 5-7'
Connecticut
Danielson
Lace Shrub
Prices start at : 59.95 USD / #3 Container range: 2.3 - 2.8 gallons (10 - 12 liters)

You can use this as a lush summer groundcover. It will flower for you in the spring but the flowers aren't the main show. Beautiful arching stems and colorful fall leaves! Lace Shrub (Stephanandra incisa ‘Crispa') is a garden magician.
  • Mature Height: 1 - 2 feet
  • Botanical Name: Stephanandra incisa 'Crispa'
  • Moisture: Medium Moisture
  • Foliage: Deciduous Shrub
  • Flower Color: Greenish White
  • Soil Type: Moist, slightly acidic soils
Nebraska
Omaha
Golden Template Woadwaxen
Prices start at : 35.95 USD / #1 Container range: 2.3 - 3.7 quarts (2.5 - 4 liters)

‘Golden Template' is a wonderful plant for containers or mass planting. This is a perfect edition to your xeriscape. The small bright yellow pea-like flowers last for over a month.
  • Soil Type: Widely Adaptable
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Foliage: Green
  • Mature Height: 8 - 10 inches
  • Mature Spread: 1 - 2 feet
Nebraska
Omaha
Bird\'s Nest Spruce
Prices start at : 74.95 USD / #5 Container range: 2.9 - 4.6 gallons (13 - 20 liters)

It's an easy-to-grow evergreen that rarely outgrows its space, but is amenable to pruning if need be. Dark green needles (much shorter and daintier than those of the typical Spruce), are a delightful contrast to the light green foliage that grows on the...
  • Fall Color: Evergreen
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Growth Rate: Slow
  • Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
  • Mature Height: 3 feet
Nebraska
Omaha
Celtic Pridetm Siberian Cypress
Prices start at : 33.95 USD / Quart Container

Its' green foliage turns an attractive reddish brown color in winter. It may be trimmed to shape in spring, but pruning is seldom needed. Celtic Pride has excellent disease resistance with year-round color and texture.
  • Foliage: Green
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
  • Botanical Name: Microbiota decussata 'Celtic Pride'
  • Mature Height: 1 - 3 feet
Nebraska
Omaha
Zone 6 Native Plants – Growing Native Plants In USDA Zone 6
Not every plant native to the United States is native to a particular zone. The following lists are sectioned off into sun lovers, partial sun, and shade lovers.Native plants for USDA zone 6 that thrive in partial sun include:
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Nut Trees – Best Nut Trees For Zone 6 Climates
(-23 C.), you're in luck. While most nut trees are relatively slow to establish, many can continue to grace the landscape for centuries, some reaching majestic heights of 100 feet.
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Herb Gardens: What Herbs Grow In Zone 6
With a delicate onion flavor, chives should be divided every 2-4 years in the spring or fall.is a medicinal herb known as knit bone and is suited to zones 3-8.is a cold hardy annual that can be grown early in the spring and again late in the summer.
Ohio
Willoughby
Types Of Zone 6 Trees – Choosing Trees For Zone 6 Regions
Dawn redwoods can shoot up to 100 feet tall.A more traditional choice for deciduous trees in this zone is the lovely little). Expect an embarrassment of riches when it comes to picking trees for zone 6.
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Shade Loving Plants: Growing Shade Plants In Zone 6
It's not that tricky, though – while options are slightly limited, there are more than enough zone 6 shade loving plants out there. Their foliage comes in a huge variety of color and variegation, and several produce extremely fragrant flowers.has attractive...
Ohio
Willoughby
Invasive Plants In Zone 6: Tips For Controlling Invasive Plants
This not only threatens the plants, but it can also wreak havoc on the ecosystems built around them. Here is a short zone 6 invasive plant list, put out by the U.S. Department of Agriculture:for a more comprehensive list of invasive plants in zone 6.
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Apple Trees – Tips On Planting Apple Trees In Zone 6 Climates
The excess water in the soil doesn't allow the roots access to oxygen and the result is stunted growth or even death of the tree.There are many options of apple trees varieties for zone 6.
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Hardy Succulents – Selecting Succulent Plants For Zone 6
Although hardy succulents can tolerate cold temperatures, they won't live long in wet, soggy soil. Read on to learn about selecting and growing succulents in zone 6.Northern gardeners have no shortage of beautiful succulent plants for zone 6.
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Vegetable Planting: Tips On Growing Vegetables In Zone 6
One of the most important factors when growing vegetables in zone 6 is knowing the correct planting times for zone 6. This is because Sunset takes other things besides the coldest winter temperature average into account.
Ohio
Willoughby
Hardy Bamboo Plants – Growing Bamboo In Zone 6 Gardens
Many bamboo plants for zone 6 are even hardy into USDA zone 5, making them perfect specimens for northern regions. Choosing the most hardy bamboo plants will also ensure healthy plants that can thrive even when temperatures drop below freezing.The Fargesia...
Ohio
Willoughby
Hardy Camellia Plants: Growing Camellias In Zone 6 Gardens
If you have visited southern states of the U.S., you've probably noticed the beautifulthat grace most gardens. In the past, camellias could only be grown in U.S. hardiness zones 7 or higher.
Ohio
Willoughby
Popular Zone 6 Wildflowers: Planting Wildflowers In Zone 6 Gardens
It is one of the easiest flowers to grow from seed.– Native to several Midwestern states, the prairie phlox flower produces full, pink clumps that are great for filling in spaces.– This is another good short variety of zone 6 wildflowers.stay less...
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Hibiscus Plants – Growing Hibiscus In Zone 6 Gardens
But there are also plenty of types ofthat will easily survive a zone 6 winter and come back year after year. Here are a few especially popular ones:– One of the earliest hardy hibiscus hybrids, this cross between several native North American hardy...
Ohio
Willoughby
Vegetables For Zone 6 – Growing Vegetables In Zone 6 Gardens
These dates will probably vary somewhat for you depending upon where you live in the zone, but regardless, it makes for a pretty long growing season that will accommodate most hot weather plants.That being said, some annuals need more time, and growing...
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Hedge Plants: Choosing Hedges For Zone 6 Gardens
Easy to trim and excellent for privacy.Chamaecyparis (False Cypress) – Evergreen hedge available in tall or dwarf varieties. They have a natural shaggy appearance and require very little trimming or pruning.– Tall or dwarf deciduous varieties available...
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Bulb Gardening: Tips On Growing Bulbs In Zone 6 Gardens
While winter in zone 6 is still too cold for tropical bulbs liketo remain in ground, zone 6 summers provide them with a longer growing season than gardens in the north. Perennials or shrubs that fill in and bloom once your bulbs are finished can help...
Ohio
Willoughby
Hardy Magnolia Varieties – Learn About Zone 6 Magnolia Trees
Growing magnolias in zone 6 climates may seem like an impossible feat, but not allare hothouse flowers. Both are evergreen trees.) is an extremely tough tree that tolerates extreme cold winters of zone 3.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1");...
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Fruit Trees – Planting Fruit Trees In Zone 6 Gardens
A fruit tree can be an indispensable addition to the garden. Finding the right tree for your climate can be a little tricky, however. Some of the best are:are a great choice for zone 6 gardens.
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Growing Tips: What Are The Best Plants For Zone 6
So can all zone 6 plants and flowers survive temperatures down to -10 F (-23 C.)? Keep reading to learn more.Basically, the lower a zone number is, the colder that area's weather is.
Ohio
Willoughby
Hardy Jasmine Vines: Choosing Jasmine Plants For Zone 6
It prefers full sun to part shade and is also not too particular about soil conditions. As annuals or houseplants, you can grow any variety of jasmine vines in zone 6.If you are looking for a zone 6 jasmine plant to grow outside year round, winter jasmine...
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Flowers: Tips On Growing Flowers In Zone 6 Gardens
Always read plant tags or ask a garden center worker about a plant's specific needs. Likewise, sun loving plants may be stunted or not bloom in too much shade.Whether full sun, part shade or shade, there are choices of annuals and perennials that can...
Ohio
Willoughby
Cold Hardy Japanese Maples: Growing Japanese Maples In Zone 6 Gardens
Keep reading to learn more about cold hardy Japanese maples and the best Japanese maple varieties for zone 6.– A short tree at 6 to 8 feet, this Japanese maple gets its name from the domed, cascading shape of its branches.
Ohio
Willoughby
Zone 6 Ornamental Grass – Growing Ornamental Grasses In Zone 6 Gardens
Two of the most common types of hardy ornamental grass areCommonly grown varieties of feather reed grass in zone 6 are:freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1"); });Choosing ornamental grasses for zone 6 also includes...
Ohio
Willoughby