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New Arrivals at the Nursery – Plants with Pizzazz!

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New Flowers to plant NOW!

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Exciting New Perennials!

Check out these new and unusual varieties that are now in-stock at Westwood Gardens! Come in now for our Best Selection of the Season!

Echinaceas Gone Crazy!

Echinacea "After Midnight"

Echinacea "Kim's Knee High"

Echinacea "Hot Lava"

Echinacea "Merlot"

Westwood Gardens has stocked up on HUNDREDS of new and exciting Summer blooming perennials like these Coneflowers to go Crazy for!

Hurry in for best selection, as these newer varieties have limited quanities available from the growers.

Cool new plants arriving Daily!

New Foliage plant called "Partytime"

New Annual Grass called “Fireworks”

New Daisies now in stock…

“Bananna Cream”

  ‘Banana Cream’ is a  long-blooming Shasta Daisy with flowers that begin bright lemon-yellow before maturing through all shades of pastel into ivory cream! A fully blooming plant is a breathtaking sight, and the flowers last 2 weeks or more in the vase, assuring you of months of beautiful indoor arrangements!

Measuring 4 inches across, these blooms are technically semi-double, an extra layer of petals beneath the first adding depth and still more color to the display. The long, slender, very crowded petals surround a merry golden-orange center on thick, sturdy stems. Even the side-shoots bud heavily on ‘Banana Cream,’ provided the first blooms of the season are cut or deadheaded promptly.

The bloom season begins in late spring in most climates, continues through summer, and even trickles into autumn. That’s an incredible span for any plant, and much longer than most Shastas! Butterflies pay homage to ‘Banana Cream’ throughout it all, adding further bright color to the display.

‘Banana Cream’ reaches 15 to 18 inches high and 18 to 24 inches wide, with dense branching and dark green, healthy foliage held below the blooms. Far more disease-resistant than older varieties, this perennial asks little more than direct sun and fertile, well-drained garden soil to thrive and multiply over time in the garden. Climate Zone 5. 

 

 

Pretty New Petunia!

“Pretty “seems to miss the mark when describing this work of art…This New Supertunia is AMAZING!

We have been going crazy dreaming of things to pair it with in baskets…hurry in to get some, as they won’t last long!

Exciting New Plants!

Shiloh Splash Birch is a cool new varigated form of River Birch.   It is a hardy zone 4 and it grows10′ tall and 8′ wide, smaller than the species, with smaller leaves. It gets yellow fall color and enjoys moisture. This should be a fun new plant to watch! Now in stock at the Garden Center!

Nature’s Greetings coming soon!

Nature's Greetings~I Love You

New Magical Bean Plants coming soon to Westwood Gardens! Many “sayings” to choose from. A fun gift for someone you love! Click on the link below for more information and to see the many choices offered to delight you!  Available retail or wholesale on the website and soon from Westwood Gardens, as well.

       Magic Treetings

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