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Find plants that produce brown fruit and add interest to the garden, landscape, and containers. An easy way to color coordinate for your garden, containers, and landscapes.
     

    From as early as late spring and often into fall 1" wide elegant orchid-like flowers in shades of violet, purple, and lavender are borne in what are often fairly large spike-like clusters at the ends of the gracefully arching to upright stems. The faded flowers of the rare Blue Orchid Vine are followed by small round winged butterfly-like seed pods that are similar to those of the Yellow Butterfly Vine. A twining, woody, naturally evergreen tropical vine, that has been blessed with a variety of colorful common names, Mascagnia lilacina is considered hardy to about 15oF for short periods once plants are well established and it can easily be maintained as a container plant where not hardy. Click the image for additional growing information. Item# 10912.

    Grows To: 12-20'+H space 6-12' apart, 3-6'H Shrub, 12-18" Groundcover
    Outdoor Light: Full sun, Part sun, Part shade
    Pot Size: 4.5 inch / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
    Currently In Stock: 0
    US$14.99
    Temporarily Out of Stock

    Eastern Redbud, Redbud

    Cercis canadensis var. canadensis

    In late winter to early this tree literally covers up in clusters of pink-purple to red-purple pea-shaped flowers that are borne from seemingly every nook, cranny, and twig and even along much of the trunk. The flowers are followed by edible peapods (when young and tender). The Eastern Redbud is a small native deciduous tree with medium to large heart-shaped foliage and a broad spreading crown often as wide or nearly as wide as it is high. It is found naturally from central Texas and throughout the central US reaching into the New England states. Redbuds are often found with our native White Dogwoods in good quality well-drained sandy loam acidic soils. This native tree is naturally an understory tree making it shade tolerant but it will also grow quite well in full to mostly sunny sites. The abundant flowers offer nectar and pollen to a variety of large and small native bees. Item# 11618

    Grows To: 15-30'H x 12-25'W
    Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part sun, Part shade
    Pot Size: Quart / 30 fl.oz. / 887 ml
    Currently In Stock: 6
    US$17.99
    Cannot Ship To: AZ, CA

    Bright yellow clusters of 1" orchid-like blooms are borne in spring and summer and are followed by chartreuse butterfly-like seed pods in fall, turning to brown in winter. A vigorous and hardy yet fairly well-mannered evergreen climber. Item # 9233.

    Grows To: 12-20'+H x 30-40'W, 6'H Shrub
    Outdoor Light: Full sun, Part sun, Part shade
    Pot Size: 3.5 inch / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
    Currently In Stock: 0
    US$9.99
    Temporarily Out of Stock

    From as early as late spring and often into fall 1" wide elegant orchid-like flowers in shades of violet, purple, and lavender are borne in what are often fairly large spike-like clusters at the ends of the gracefully arching to upright stems. The faded flowers of the rare Blue Orchid Vine are followed by small round winged butterfly-like seed pods that are similar to those of the Yellow Butterfly Vine. A twining, woody, naturally evergreen tropical vine, that has been blessed with a variety of colorful common names, Mascagnia lilacina is considered hardy to about 15oF for short periods once plants are well established and it can easily be maintained as a container plant where not hardy. Click the image for additional growing information. Item# 10912.

    Grows To: 12-20'+H space 6-12' apart, 3-6'H Shrub, 12-18" Groundcover
    Outdoor Light: Full sun, Part sun, Part shade
    Pot Size: 4.5 inch / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
    Currently In Stock: 0
    US$14.99
    Temporarily Out of Stock
       

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