New Plant Varieties to Beautify Your Yard

These new varieties of everyone's garden favorites will brighten up your landscape with seasonal interest.

Photo By: Bailey Nurseries

Photo By: Bailey Nurseries

Photo By: Bailey Nurseries

Photo By: Bailey Nurseries

Photo By: Bailey Nurseries

Photo By: Bailey Nurseries

Photo By: Bailey Nurseries

Photo By: Bailey Nurseries

Photo By: Bailey Nurseries

Photo By: Bailey Nurseries

Tianshan Seven-son Flower

This unique shrub is perfect for foundation plantings and informal hedges. It offers multi-season interest: fragrant white flowers in late summer, red fruit and yellow leaves in the fall and exfoliating bark exposed in the winter.

  • Zone: 5-9
  • Height: 8-12’
  • Width: 5-7’
  • Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

French Cabaret Red Hibiscus

This beauty will give you blooms for up to eight weeks! French Cabaret features an upright vase-shaped, compact growth habit with deep-red, carnation-like double flowers that bloom all the way up and down each stem. It's adaptable to drought, heat and alkaline soils.

Zone: 5-8
Height: 5-8’
Width: 4-7’
Exposure: Full Sun

Berry White Hydrangea paniculata

Berry White is a real treat in any landscape. The large cone-shaped flowers start out white progressing to dark pink. The intense coloring, beginning at the bottom and progressing upward to the top, is triggered in late summer or early fall when night temperatures begin to drop

  • Zone: 3-8
  • Height: 6-7’
  • Width: 4-5’
  • Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

Lunar Magic Crape Myrtle

This shrub variety crepe myrtle blooms prolifically with solid white flower clusters that really pop against its rich purple-black foliage and red stems. It features an upright oval shape that will look attractive in any yard.

• Zone:7-9
• Height: 5-10’
• Width: 4-8’
• Exposure: Full Sun

Love Child Sweetspire

Love Child is a pollinator magnet. It features fragrant white blooms in the spring and deep burgundy fall foliage color. Its compact mounded shape makes it perfect for small gardens and foundation plantings.

• Zone: 5-8
• Height: 3-4’
• Width: 3-4’
• Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

Matcha Ball False Spirea

Another pollinator favorite, Matcha Ball features fragrant pink flowers from June to October. It's deer resistant and responds well to pruning for repeat blooms.

• Zone: 6-10
• Height: 6-8’
• Width: 6-8’
• Exposure: Full Sun

Neon Burst Cornus

Neon Burst offers visual interest year-round. It features a compact habit with attractive chartreuse foliage. The stems have a rich red hue early in the season and its fall foliage is a rainbow of purple, red, yellow and orange. In winter, stems turn glossy scarlet red.

• Zone: 2-7
• Height: 4-5'
• Width: 4-5'
• Exposure: Full Sun

Straight & Narrow Japanese Holly

Straight & Narrow features a full, dense habit with strong branches that do not splay open. That means no pruning necessary to get this holly to grow upright. This Japanese Holly provides year-round interest with shiny dark green leaves that remain flat and clean throughout the winter.

• Zone: 6-8
• Height: 6-8’
• Width: 2-3’
• Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

Flip Side Vitex

Even though Flip Side features gorgeous eight-inch panicles of fragrant, deep-purple flowers, its foliage is what makes this shrub stand out. On one side the foliage is grayish olive-green and on the other, it is a dusky purple.

• Zone: 7-9
• Height: 6-8'
• Width: 8-10'
• Exposure: Full Sun

Autumn Inferno Cotoneaster

Autumn Inferno features a compact habit that works well in urban landscapes as a specimen or hedge. It has excellent dark green foliage transforms into a brilliant color in the fall. Autumn Inferno is a prolific bloomer that produces ornamental fruit that attracts birds.

• Zone: 4-7
• Height: 5-6’
• Width: 4-5’
• Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

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