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Grown Your Own Figs

The ‘Black Jack’ and ‘Peter’s Honey’ Figs are attractive, deciduous garden trees that offer fresh, sweet fruits in the summertime. Plant your fig tree today! Black Jack Fig This attractive garden tree has an interesting winter appearance and produces especially sweet, elongated purple fruit in the summer. The semi-dwarf form [...]

First Love Gardenia

How to describe the intoxicating, haunting scent when this flower unfurls its petals? Floral like jasmine? Heavy like thick cream? Sweet as orange blossom honey? Its fragrance is complex, but it’s appeal is simple. It takes just a few blooms to fill a garden with hypnotic and alluring scent, and they’re spectacular when cut for floral arrangements. The [...]

Seaside Serenade Hydrangeas

Fire Island A parade of color with long-lasting, bi-color blooms that are white, edged in rich rosy red, and mature to deep pink. Robust, dark green, leathery foliage has fantastic maroon color in spring and fall. A compact mophead variety, perfect for massing and in pots. Superb cut flowers on notably tough stems. An [...]

Bird & Butterfly Plants

Gardeners today know that their outdoor spaces aren’t just for them, but also for the animals, insects, birds and other wildlife. We have selected our favorite plants for attracting birds and butterflies to your own garden. Choose from Native Milkweed, Tropical Milkweed, Butterfly Bush, Yarrow, Salvia and Scabiosa. Yarrow   [...]