Zelkova serrata is a deciduous, tree with a vase-shaped habit that typically grows 50-80 feet tall
and most often occurs in rich, moist woods and hillsides and moist stream banks. It
is noted for its graceful shape, clean foliage, attractive bark and resistance to
Dutch elm disease.
Bush Clovers are hardy semi-woody, deciduous shrubs reaching 4 to 6 feet high and
at least as wide with arching stems. Flowers develop on new wood and are rosy-purple
in late summer to early fall, which completely cover the plant.
Indian pink, also called woodland pinkroot and pinkroot, is a native species to the
Southeastern U.S. It is an excellent plant for shady gardens. Numerous flowers appear
in late spring/early summer and are tubular, deep red with a contrasting yellow throat
that flares at the tip to form five pointed lobes (a yellow star).
Supertunia Vista Bubblegum is a vigorous petunia that requires very little care once
established. Unlike some other petunias Vista Bubblegum is a self-deadheading variety
that blooms continuously until the first killing frosts.