Nature’s Fall Color

Beautiful landscape plants created by Nature available at Classic Gardens.

 camellia leslie ann

Leslie Ann Camellia

Upright, evergreen shrub
Blooms fall to winter
Large, double pink flowers
Part sun in the morning only
Grows 12′ tall by 10′ wide

 

fothergilla

Fothergilla

Valuable plant used for hedges and borders
Attractive in 3 seasons; fragrant showy flowers in spring
 Green leaves in summer
Brilliant yellow, red, and orange fall color
Deciduous multi-season shrub
Attracts birds, deer resistant, easy care, native shrub
Prefers acidic soil and regular watering, especially in summer heat

azalea

Encore Azalea

Bloom 3 times a year
Varieties of color and sizes
Best time to plant is in the fall
Plant in full sun to part shade

hydrangea

Oakleaf Hydrangea

Deciduous Shrub
Long lasting white blooms in summer
Leaves turn purple, orangey-bronze or red in fall 
Best in afternoon shade area
Require little pruning

holly

Ilex Verticillata-“Afterglow” Holly

Deciduous Holly
Birds love it
Excellent for mass effect
Requires waterside and wet soils
Requires male to set fruit
Grows 6-10′ tall by 10′ wide

burning-bush

Burning Bush

Vase-like, upright form
Brilliant, red fall color
Grows 4-8’tall and 3-4′ wide
Great as a hedge or screen

jap-maple-red

Japanese Maples

Attractive foliage with red coloring turns brilliant scarlet in fall
Some varieties turn yellow or orange in the fall
Well suited for a small lawn or patio
Deciduous
Slow grower to 15 ft
Year round interest

obsession

Obsession Nandina

Upright, compact, dense form
Brilliant, red new foliage
Grows to 3′ tall and wide
Plant in full sun to part shade
Evergreen shrub

forsythia.

Forsythia

Deciduous shrub
Bright yellow flowers in spring
Fast growing with upright and arching form
Leaves turn red in fall

flirt

Flirt Nandina

Deep red new growth
Grows 1-2′ tall and wide
Plant in full sun to part shade
Great for accent, mass planting, or slopes

 

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