Plants of the Week for May 25th
Parade Day Rose is a new variety for 2018. It's a fuchsia and white striped rose with a strong citrus fragrance. I like the form and color blend. It's found in our Hybrid Tea section but it's really a grandiflora which can bloom one flower per stem or in clusters and reaches 5 to 6 feet tall and wide. Roses prefer full sun and good airflow.
Cheyenne Privet is typically a hedge plant that responds well to pruning. It's deciduous with dark green leaves. What earns it's spot in the weekly highlights is the white fragrant flowers. The flower are lilac smelling and very strong. Privets enjoy both full sun to partial sun exposures. Can be used for privacy or a fragrant back drop. Reaches 12 to 15 feet tall and 10 feet wide.