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Tired of hydrangeas that don't bloom? Tiny Tuff Stuff mountain hydrangea (Hydrangea serrata) will not disappoint. The bud-hardy rebloomer is covered in delicate lacecap blooms even after harsh winters.

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Show Off® - Forsythia x intermedia

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Our Favorite Small Trees

Fringe Tree Native to areas of Eastern North America, fringe tree is a versatile plant you can grow as a large shrub or small tree. Regardless, it offers clouds of fragrant white flowers in late spring that turn into clusters of blue-purple fruits in fall. The fruits are sure to attract birds. Name: Chionanthus virginicus Size: From 12 to 20 feet tall and wide Zones: 4-8

Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce Globe-shaped evergreen shrub is dwarf, flat-topped and densely branched. Bright blue needles hold their color all year but are brighter in summer. A unique accent for that special spot. Light needs: Full SunLight needs: Partial SunWater needs: ModerateSpecial Feature: Deer Resistant Botanical Pronunciation: PY-see-a PUN-jenz Key feature: Deer Resistant Plant type: Conifer Deciduous/evergreen: Evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 2 - 8