This year, welcome the warmer weather and your guests with these Easter-themed plants! Whether you’re using them in a landscape or in a container garden on your front porch, these selections scream spring and bring color to your home. Each plant is sure to make a statement whether you use them together or separately!
Purple Pixie Loropetalum: Making not only a great groundcover but also adding flare and a weeping element to your container pots, Purple Pixie brings vibrant color to your landscaping no matter how you decide to use it. Blooming with showy pink flowers in spring and keeping a rich purple foliage all year long. Best for zones 7-10 in full sun to part shade. Bonus points if you hide Easter eggs beneath its weeping habit!
Diamond Spire Gardenia: This newer release produces fragrant, single white blossoms from spring through fall that will have your guests asking you what candle you have burning. Making a great hedge or adding thrill to your containers, Diamond Spire is a great fit for any use. Best for zones 7-10 in full sun to part shade. This is a spring favorite for the ages with no pruning necessary and medium water needs.
White Wedding Hydrangea: Bringing so much beauty to your garden you just might start hearing wedding bells! White Wedding’s pillow-like, huge, white blooms dazzle in the full sun whether you leave it growing in your garden or can’t resist the urge to bring their cut flowers indoors. Use this beauty as a mass planting or accent with one or two in your landscape where you see fit. Best for zones 4-9 in full sun!
Dragon Prince Cryptomeria: Bring texture to your containers with the evergreen color of Dragon Prince. This plant will have everyone asking where you got it from with its crazy-to-the-touch foliage. Best for zones 6-9 in full sun. This is an easy-to-care-for shrub with its rounded, compact habit and no pruning needed!
Ever White Agapanthus: Offering early-season bright white flowers with a hint of yellow in the center makes Ever White a must-have for your Easter container displays. Best for zones 8-11 in part sun. Not only does it bloom and rebloom with multiple spikes of brilliant white flowers, but it also attracts butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden making the perfect Easter guests to watch for through the windows while you brunch.
Mojo Pittosporum: The rich, dark green foliage of Mojo makes it a great choice for both container and landscape plantings. It’s beautiful in front of a flower bed or as a low hedge, but it also works well as an accent plant to border pathways and entryways. Best for zones 7-10 in part sun to shade. Planting in containers can make it the perfect spring gift for guests or for the front porch spread.
Emerald Snow Loropetalum: This classic spring shrub is not just for Easter, it works great all year long. Emerald Snow has a pretty, layered growth habit that requires little pruning and displays pure white blooms in spring, sporadically through summer and fall. Best for zones 7-10 in full sun to part shade. Create a front porch container bursting with color and cheer for the annual spring holiday upon us.
Angyo Star Fatshedera: Add some springtime drama to your porch or garden with our Angyo Star. These gorgeous star-shaped ivy leaves add a little light to shady spots. They’re sure to stand out in your container garden or outdoor planters. Best for zones 7-9 in part shade to shade. Grow them indoors or out, they look great in every season! Just give it a trellis for climbing and let it do the rest!
From simple stand-alone plants to grand container gardens, find the right look for your Easter celebrations. This year we’ve created an Easter collection full of fresh ideas for indoor and outdoor spaces that are sure to delight everyone who visits.