Hydrangea Tiny Tuff StuffLosing your Hydrangea to frost? Try Tiny Tuff Stuff. Strong as its name, this Mountain Hydrangea was selected not only for improved bud and stem hardiness, but also its consistent reblooming. A real beauty and solid performer, with flowers so refined, it seems strange to call them Tuff Stuff. Abundant lacecap flowers on shorter plants tend toward blue, but flower color may range in soft shades of blues, pinks and whites depending on soil pH. Flowers age to an attractive pink. Perfect where a smaller hydrangea is wanted. Proven Winners® selections are trialed and tested to be colorful, long blooming, carefree and easy to grow. Mountain Hydrangea are strong rebloomers on both old and new wood. Compact habit. Autumn foliage provides additional interest with rich bronze red tones.
Crataegus viridis 'Winter King' tree - This cultivar is one of the best hawthorns for landscape purposes. A small deciduous tree with a rounded, vase-shaped habit which typically grows 25-35' tall. Features profuse white flowers which appear in May in 2" diameter clusters and toothed, elliptic, glossy green leaves (to 3.5" long) which turn red to purplish red in fall.