If you are looking to add some great plants to your garden landscape this year, we have some great suggestions!
These roses are so easy to care for and bloom continuously . Home Run roses by Proven Winners are heat tolerant, disease resistant, and hardy in cold weather. They like full sun and moist, well-drained soil.
Supertunia’s are great because the will attract butterflies and hummingbirds! They are annual flowers that will bloom all summer long. There is no need to prune these simple flowers. Supertunias are heat tolerant and safe for pets and toddlers. They like growing in full sun and should be watered regularly.
Drift roses are easy to grow. They have lots of blooms, and they are disease resistant. These roses are great for ground cover.
Bloom Struck Hydrangeas are the newest arrival to the Endless Summer Collection. This beauty blooms on old and new growth, it is constantly pushing out new flower heads. Intense rose-pink, violet or blue flower heads are held upright on striking red–purple stems. BloomStruck has extremely strong stems, above average heat tolerance and great disease resistance.
Big Begonia’s are a winner for a beginner. They have lots of large flowers that are beautiful in containers. Big Begonia’s are self cleaning, low maintenance, and disease resistant. You can put them all most anywhere because they like full sun to full shade.
Birdies Happy’ Plants Rhododendron is grown right here in Michigan. Depending on the variety, they bloom from April to June. It grows best in partial shade and likes acidic, well-drained organic rich soil.
Mosquitoes hate citronella from this plant. It is a member of the geranium family, has fragrant foliage, and blooms in the summer . The mosquito plant is great as a border or as part of a container. It needs rich, moist soil.