Vanderwolf’s Pyramid’ limber pine is an evergreen tree with a pyramidal habit that
typically grows 20-30 feet tall and about 10-15 feet wide. The specific epithet and
common name is in reference to the flexible (limber) branchlets/twigs.
Flowering quince in the Double Take™ series are hardy, deciduous shrubs reaching 4
to 5 feet high and at least as wide. Plants in the Double Take™ series produce a profusion
of early spring double flowers that resemble camellias.
Rattlesnake Master is a native species to the tall grass prairies. Leaves of rattlesnake
master are parallel-veined, bristly-edged, sword-shaped, medium green leaves (to 3'
long) resembling those of yucca. Flowers are greenish-white and tightly packed into
globular, 1" diameter heads resembling thistles.
Considered to be the most uniform in habit as well as bloom time, Graffiti® comes
in several colors, pink, purple, bright red, rose and white and grows to 16 inches
high and 12 inches wide making it a great plant for containers or in a flower bed.