Spark up your outdoor space with shockingly vibrant red bell-flowers covering dark foliage for a one-of-a-kind look. Because it’s compact and showy, plant it along a walkway, in mixed garden beds or as the star of a decorative patio container. You’ll have everyone asking, “What plant is that?!”

Rich red flowers contrasts nicely with the deep green foliage creating a colorful combo for the mixed garden bed. 

This continuously blooming shrub produces buxom red blossoms that draw the hummingbirds until frost and make a gorgeous statement in shrub borders, mixed borders, and foundation plantings. Easy to care for, you can enjoy the repeated blossoms without ever having to deadhead!

One of the best hummingbird attracting plants we have, with profuse, colorfast red flowers that start in late May and recur throughout the summer. Upright when young with arching branches as it ages, it’s perfect for border plantings and has one of the best deep green foliages of all weigela.

This selection is a little gem with dense compact landscape form, purple-tinged, dark green foliage, and a profusion of ruby red flowers that will keep your neighborhood hummingbirds happy! Late May blooming through June, it’s an easy care, disease-free beauty.

What a variegated masterpiece! The foliage on this selection will have you begging for more with strong, bright yellow-edged leaves that really show off. But wait until ‘French Lace’™ flowers! The massive amounts of deep, dark red flowers are nothing like you’ve ever seen on a variegated Weigela before! ‘French Lace’™ is truly a shining, emerging landscape star.

A superb red seedless selection, this introduction features sweet flavored, medium to large clusters of berries. Vigorous, relatively disease resistant, mid-season ripening.

It’s hard to beat this grape for taste and ease of growth. You’ll love its productivity in your backyard garden with compact clusters of large, seedless red grapes ripening in early to mid September. While they are incredible tasting eating them as you are picking them, ‘Canadice’ is versatile enough to be a tasty treat even in jams and jellies. Easy to grow, ‘Canadice’, like all grape vines, can get big and it could use a supporting, heavy duty trellis or pergola for best production and ease of care.

The Penny™ series of hybrid Violas tolerates more heat without becoming leggy. Incredibly robust for better over-wintering performance. Edible flowers! Penny™ Red Blotch boasts huge, red-scarlet blooms with contrasting yellow eye that flowers continuously from beginning to end of season. You’ll love its compact, mounded, easy to care for habit that is all color and no fuss!

White flowers appear in April and May, producing loads of bright red fruit, tightly packed into showy clusters in late summer and fall. This compact, well-branched hybrid is impressive yet easy to grow, providing striking fall and winter color.