Perfect Balance


There is something incredibly soothing to the eye about this perfectly balanced collection of cool pinks, whites, and icy green adorning the base of a vividly colored small flowering tree. Gardenias lend their bewitching scent in spring.

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Crape Myrtle
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Little Lime
Panicle Hydrangea
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Pink Muhly
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This Kit Includes

  • Gardenia jasminoides ‘Radicans’ (Dwarf Radicans gardenia) This broadleaf evergreen is known most for its delightful spring fragrance. Low and creeping in nature, plant as a groundcover or border plant. Deadheading can encourage repeat flower, and orange fruits will emerge in fall, attracting birds. Acid soils are a must for this plant, and it will yellow in soils that are too alkaline.
  • Hydrangea paniculata ‘Jane Little Lime’ (Jane Little Lime panicle hydrangea) Like all panicle hydrangeas, Jane Little Lime is easy to grow, producing flowers on old and new shoots. Neat and clean in spring, this medium shrub emerges with green leaves and forms green flowers that fade into cream midsummer, and mature into deep pink or maroon by later summer or fall. This flower looks great paired with dark foliage or anything with a hint of rose.
  • Juniperus horizontalis ‘Wiltonii’ (Wiltonii creeping juniper) Native to much of the US, this creeping groundcover forms a dense, evergreen mat over infertile soils and rocky outcroppings. Tolerant of low water situations, this plant is a great choice for rock gardens
  • Muhlenbergia capillaris (pink muhly grass) Native to the western and central United States, this fuzzy, pink grass is tolerant of droughty conditions, salt, and poor soils but also at home in the garden collection. Very low-maintenance, its inflorescence will provide months of color, even into winter. Additionally, this grass is known to provide cover for small birds and to attract beneficial ladybird beetles (Coccinella spp.) to the garden. more info
  • Lagerstroemia indica ‘Tuscarora’ (Tuscarora crape myrtle) The multi-stemmed crape myrtle boasts lovely, cinnamon, exfoliating bark and long-blooming, pinkish-coral, paper-like flowers. A common street tree, this plant has good drought tolerance. Fall foliage is red-orange and the flowers turn to decorative black seed capsules that last until winter.