- New, unique flowering plants
- Line-up of colorful and easy to grow plants
- Hardy from zones 3 – 9
- Over 20 unique plants…with new introductions each year
- Find First Editions at your local garden center. Look for the plum-colored pots.
First Editions Rainbow Sensation Weigela
Weigela florida Kolmagira PP20 384
Even before the first flowers appear, Rainbow Sensation™ will brighten your garden with its attractive, variegated foliage. Dense clusters of soft pink flowers bloom profusely in May, attracting hummingbirds to the garden. Weigela is especially well suited to urban environments where it performs beautifully with minimal care.
First Editions Shining Sensation Weigela
Weigela florida Bokrashine PPAF
A blooming machine, with pink funnel-shaped flowers that bloom in May and June, and then sporadically bloom through summer. Shiny, burgundy foliage appears as though it has been polished, and contrasts nicely with the pink flowers, making this new selection from Europe a cut above the rest. Long, arching stems provide a handsome architectural element to the mixed border. Particularly attractive to hummingbirds.
First Editions Amber Jubilee Ninebark
Physocarpus opulifolus Jefam
Amber Jubilee was selected for its striking foliage in glowing tones of orange, yellow and gold. Rounded and dense in habit, this shrub with its bold array of colors will stand out in your garden border or make for an eye-catching hedge. Delicate white blooms are produced in spring, and fall foliage is highlighted with tones of red and purple, making this ninebark appealing over the entire season. Plant in full sun for best perdormance. Seedling selection of Diabolo® and Dart's Gold Ninebark.
First Editions Little Devil Ninebark
Physocarpus opulifolius Donna May PP22 634
This "cute little devil" will add deep burgundy foliage color to your garden in a compact, easy to grow and maintain shrub. An exciting improvement to ninebark selections, Little Devil™ is great for every garden but especially useful for smaller urban gardens or where low maintenance is desired, as it needs little to no pruning and is free from pest and disease issues. The dark foliage is beautifully offset by button-like white-pink flowers in June. This cute little devil is a trouble-free addition to any home or commercial landscape. Bred by Dr. David Zlesak and introduced by Bailey Nurseries.
First Editions Great Star Hydrangea
Hydrangea paniculata Le Vasterival PP20 272
Add star power to your garden with this paniculata discovery from the renowned French garden of Princess Sturdza. The flowers open to large white wavy star shaped florets that can be up to 4" in width. Flowering starts midsummer and will last until the first hard frost to give your garden lasting summer star power. This low maintenance shrub will make a great backdrop in a sun or part shade garden and the color blends wonderfully with other colors.
First Editions White Diamonds
Hydrangea paniculata HYPMAD I PP19 082
Now available in tree form, perfect for smaller gardens. White Diamonds® is an exceptional compact hydrangea with glistening white panicles that are held upright and eventually fade to parchment and pink for dried arrangements. White Diamonds® boasts dark-green leathery foliage that displays increased heat and drought tolerance. A beautiful focal point for any garden.
First Editions Firedance Dogwood
Cornus sericea Bailadeline
Firedance™ is similar to 'Isanti' yet has a much more compact, uniform habit. Our trials also show that Firedance™ has less foliar problems than the species. White spring flowers are replaced with white berries attractive to birds. Red-purple fall color. Tolerant of wet conditions and suitable for rain gardens
First Editions Tahiti Hibiscus
Hibiscus syriacus Mineru
Gorgeous semi-double blooms will give you a feeling of the tropics from July 'til October. Deep pink-purple flowers are accentuated with a deep red center. Bred and introduced by Minier Nursery in France.
First Editions Fiji Hibiscus
Hibiscus syriacus Minspot
The color and texture will bring to mind beautiful exotic islands. Buds are medium pink and give way to semi-double flowers which slowly fade to light pink. A splash of deep red colors the center. Bred and introduced by Minier Nursery in France.