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Petite Pink Oleander

This oleander is a petite or dwarf of the standard oleander. With high heat tolerance and drought tolerance this plant will work well in all areas. Plant in full sun to part shade to ensure flowering. Prune as needed to keep desired shape. As with all oleanders they are poisonous.

Drift Rose

Drift Roses are a repeat bloomer that are not only beautiful but tough. Winter and summer hardy,disease resistant and low maintenance. Hardy zones 4-11. With the smaller at only 1-2' tall and 2-3'wide this rose works well in small garden areas or to add color to a border planting. Colors in coral, pink, popcorn, peach and red there will be a color that will add to any landscape.

Ice Cap Rose

Ice Cap Rose has a dense flush pure white flower on a compact shrub. This rose is a great repeat bloomer. Unlike most roses Ice Cap tends to be disease resistant to black spot, mildew and rust. The blooms tend to be cup like with a large amount of petals that contrast well with its deep green foliage. Hardy zones 5-9 2-3 foot tall and a 3.5 foot spread.


Buddleias provide beautiful color from summer to fall. Commonly known as the Butterfly Bush, Buddleias are enticing to both hummingbirds and butterflies.  We currently have two varieties of Buddleia on availability: Pink Delight and Attraction. Both varieties would thrive in areas with full sun and well-drained soil. Pink Delight grows the largest flower spike of any variety, and Attraction (a deep purple bloom) provides the option of a more compact, rounded shrub. Both varieties can grow to a height of about 6’ tall with a spread of up to 5’.


Thryallis is a compact, upright rounded, evergreen shrub. It is covered year-round with small yellow flowers. The Thryallis does best in full sun and grows to be 3- 6 feet. It is low-maintenance but may require occasional pruning to maintain its shape. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds, but it is unappealing to deer. Thryallis tolerates dry conditions and should be planted in well-drained soil.