Put away those holiday lights — these bejeweled
plants are deckedout for any occasion!
Columnar White Pine
This gorgeous evergreen exhibits classic and beautifully decorative cones in the fall. Elegant and slender in habit, this tree is great in a grouping or as an individual specimen, reaching a mature height of about 30′ tall, and 10′ wide.
Dragon’s Eye Pine
This slow growing, stripe-needled pine is another tree that’s two-fold ornamental. Vibrant alternating yellow and green needles truly illustrate its name, and light, creamy green cones are wonderful cool season highlights.
This viburnum variety boasts showy white flowers in the spring which turn into super beautiful glossy blue drupes in the fall. This shrub reaches a mature height of about 8′ tall and 8′ wide, and attracts both birds and butterflies.
Blue Princess Holly
Bright, cheery berries adorn this deep, blue-green foliaged holly that reaches a moderate height of 10′ tall and 8′ wide. This is an excellent choice for a partially sunny spot that could use a little brightening up!
This festive, fall-berried viburnum has a sweet lacecap bloom in the spring that attracts a host of friendly pollinators! Come fall, blooms burst into gemmed bright cranberry red clusters.