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A unique graceful weeping accent tree with long pendulous branches and shiny, dark green leaves. Edible berries are produced in late June early July. Useful as a main focal point specimen plant. Good for screening and is an eye catching, talking piece in the landscape.
4-inch Poinsettias are great for table tops or creating you're own winter centerpiece, available in timeless red. These cute festive indoor plants adds colour to any room. Poinsettias are part of the Euphorbiaceae or Spurge family. Botanically, the plant is known as Euphorbia pulcherrima. Poinsettias are a tropical plant and prefer bright, indirect light. The plants need to be kept at a temperature between 16-21°C. Poinsettias should be watered when the soil is dry to the touch. Remove plants from packaging and place in a place where they can drain. Plants should not sit in standing water. Avoid placing them in drafty areas (near the doors or windows).
Unleash your creative vision this spring. Get a head start on the growing season and create a stunning display of colour. Effortless to plant and maintain, enjoy countless large blooms for weeks on end from this one bag. Gladioli Make Great Long-Lasting Cut Flowers
Perfect for containers or small spaces, Little Vision in White offers all the same great features as the original Vision in White but in a smaller package. This dwarf variety produces dense white feathery blooms on dark green fern-like foliage and is an excellent choice for your border selection. This plant is perfect for attracting butterflies to your yard but is not particularly attractive to deer, who will tend to opt for tastier plants. This herbaceous perennial is a later blooming species and is useful for extending your growing season into late summer. More sun tolerant and drought-tolerance than other astilbes. This relatively low maintenance plant provides fabulous flowers for cutting, and its fern-like leaves remain dark green in colour throughout the season. Little Vision in White is best cleaned up in the early spring before resuming active growth for the season.