Purple Pixie® Loropetalum (pictured above)
With its dwarf size and weeping habit, Purple Pixie Loropetalum is just the plant we’ve been crying for. Use as a groundcover, hanging basket, or a window box. The showy pink flowers combined with rich purple foliage will move you to tears. It grows only 1 to 2 feet tall by 4 to 5 feet wide. Plant in USDA Zones 7 -10 in full sun to part shade.
Who can resist the sweet southern scent of gardenias? Jubilation Gardenia is a compact shrub growing between 3-4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Enjoy the fragrant white blooms in the spring and a reblooming period through summer and into fall. Plant Jubilation™ in USDA zones 7-10, water as needed and shape after spring bloom.
Early Bird™ Crapemyrtles
These early blooming crapemyrtles begin blooming in May, often as early as Mother’s Day and much earlier than other June-July blooming crapemyrtles. Early Bird™ re-blooms in your choice of lavender, white or purple for 100-120 days of color. Plant Early Bird™ Crapemyrtles in USDA Zones 7 – 10 in full sun to part shade and fertilize early spring.
Twist of Pink™ Oleander
This exciting, new Twist of Pink™ Variegated Oleander is heat, wind, and salt-tolerant and produces beautiful deep pink flowers centered in creamy white variegated foliage. Plant this shrub in USDA Zones 8 – 10 in full sun. Twist of Pink is the perfect accent for aggressive climates.