Plant of the Week of April 20th
Hoki and High Noon are both Tree Peonies. These are shrub type peonies that do not need staking or caging. You also don't cut them to the ground at the end of the growing season either. Tree Peonies are a woody shrubs that reaches about 6 ft tall. Slow growing and does well in full sun to part sun conditions. Tree peonies bloom before garden peonies, in mid to late April.
Headliner Blueberry Swirl Petunia is a mounding type petunia with a great bicolor bloom of purple and white. Heat loving and flowers from spring into fall. Reaches 10" tall and spreads to 24 to 30 inches wide. Easily filling a bed or pot with a great color show. Does not need deadheading to keep flowering. Feed and water regularly to keep happy.