Plants of the Week for March 16th!
Magical Gold Forsythia is a large flowering Forsythia that is compact at 5 to 6 feet tall and wide. It's also tends not to get lanky like the larger varieties. It likes full sun to part sun conditions. When it flowers in early March it is covered with large golden yellow blooms, a great way to start spring!
Kramer's Rote Heather is an evergreen that starts blooming in February and goes into April with dark pink flowers. It stays low at a foot high and spreads to about three feet. It prefers afternoon shade in our area.
Marianne Red Anemone is a perennial with gorgeous red blooms. It flowers in March. They reach about 1 ft tall and about 2 to 3 feet wide. In our area they do well in afternoon shade and morning sun. Don't freak out that they go dormant when it gets hot out.