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A true sign of spring is when Cornell Pink flowers with the Forsythia. Our parent plant has been growing in the University of Wisconsin Arboretum for many years, blooming dependably.
This selection was made for its early, large, pure white flowers. In Wisconsin the plant is deciduous but may be semi-evergreen in milder climates. Winter bark is yellow adding special interest. Growth habit is vigorous and upright.
mucronulatum - 'Nana' A KHN introduction, clear purple flowers top this spatulate-leafed, very dwarf plant. Fall color, shown at right, is a wonderful mahogany. Mature height only 18 inches.
Spreading habit with dark, fuzzy, green summer foliage and excellent red-purple fall color. The variety poukhanense has large, single rose-pink flowers in mid-May.
An extremely hardy deciduous azalea that is native from New Hampshire to Virginia. Flowers are bright pink with a clove fragrance. Fall color is reddish-orange.