Tag Archives: Plants We Love

We Love Wercklea Ferox

Wercklea ferox

A shrub in the hibiscus family, this tropical wonder from Costa Rica has gorgeous leaves that reach up to 2 feet across and deep red veins and spines that accentuate the architectural quality of the shrub. As if the gorgeous …

We Love ‘Dolce Vita’ Honeysuckle

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Don’t panic when you hear the word “honeysuckle,” because we are not talking about the wildly invasive shrub. We are talking about the mouth-watering, easy-to-grow haskap berry. The new variety ‘Dolce Vita’ is not too particular about soil and it …

Pink Icing’s Foliage Shines

Pink Icing Blueberries

  We love Pink Icing™ blueberry for its foliage that is gorgeous from spring to fall. Its berries are pretty tasty, too! The foliage starts out pink and bright green in the spring and summer then transitions to iridescent blue …

We Love Hot Head Arborvitae

Hot-Head-Arborvitae Horticulture

Don’t let the diminutive size of this arborvitae fool you. This little wonder packs a powerful punch for year-round color, with excellent resistance to cold and hot temperatures. Common Name: Hot Head Arborvitae Botanical Name: Thuja occidentalis ‘RutThu#1′ PPAF Plant …

We Love Pacific Brilliance Pin Oak

Pacific Brilliance Horticulture

We love the architectural quality of Pacific Brilliance pin oak. Unlike other pin oaks that have branches that droop and cause issues when we’re walking, gardening or mowing around the tree, Pacific Brilliance stands upright with no pendulous branches. The …

We Love ‘Tiny Tortuga’ Turtlehead

Turtle Head Horticulture

Damp spots in the garden, perhaps by a stream or pond or in a well-watered container, are the perfect places to include the resilient perennial ‘Tiny Tortuga’. This dwarf turtlehead is an offspring of the more widely known variety ‘Hot …

We Love Royal Red Salvia


More and more gardeners are looking for plants that bring many benefits to the garden. Plants cannot just look good; we want them to be easy to care for, deer resistant, drought tolerant and attractive to birds and butterflies.

‘Sundenia Red’ is a Plant We Love


‘Sundenia Red’ dipladenia boasts the large mandevilla flowers that gardeners love but on a compact, manageable plant. The flowers of ‘Sundenia Red’ are 3 to 5 inches in diameter, double the size of a typical dipladenia. Large blooms, rich colors …