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Pugster Blue

Buddleia Pugster® Blue is ideal for a patio container. The unusual Pugster® name is attributed to its resemblance to a pug – the shrubs in this series are short, stocky and cute! Butterflies and hummingbirds adore the nectar-rich blossoms. Buddleia Pugster® Blue requires no deadheading or pruning and blooms continuously and abundantly.



Pugter Pink

Large, dense, fragrant, sumptuous taffy pink flower panicles on a tidy, compact plant. Provides continuous summer color well into fall. A prolific bloomer without deadheading - perfect carefree summer blooming specimen for warm, sunny, small gardens and containers. Thick stems provide better winter hardiness for a dwarf form. Deciduous.



Cityline Paris

Cityline Paris Hydrangea Spacing. Plant these shrubs 3 to 4 feet apart, center on center. To create a small hedge or garden border, you can plant these 28 to 36 inches apart, center on center. We especially like the looks of creating a hedge with these in coastal landscaping, with a pop of color you can see from the water!.



Pugster Periwinkle

Big flowers on a small plant! Pugster Periwinkle is a whole new look for butterfly bush – it offers a small, sturdy frame with flowers the size you’d find on much larger plants. Each bloom is a full, dense cluster of soft purple blooms, emitting a honey-sweet fragrance and treating bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to a tasty snack.



Cityline Mars

The Cityline® Mars Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla CITYLINE Mars 'Ramars') is an ornamental plant with spectacular blooms. It would make an outstanding boarder plant, and would also be quite stunning as a container or patio plant as well. Your Cityline® MarsHydraqngea is a small plant that produces glorious six inch blooms atop strong stems.



Little Quick Fire

The Little Quick Fire® Hydrangea lives up to it’s name. This shrub (like the larger Quick Fire Hydrangea) are one of the first hydrangeas to bloom, often a month before other hydrangeastypically bloom. The panicle shaped flowers start off white, and turn to pink and red as summer goes by, and into fall.

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