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Fast-Growing, Re-Blooming Azalea Autumn Angel Encore Azalea, Azaela x 'Robleg', is an exceptional Encore Azalea variety with re-blooming, white flowers and an evergreen nature. Use a few of these for an outstanding hedge along your driveway or plant just one for an adorable accent near your front door. Your Autumn Angel Encore Azalea is resplendent in pure white, iridescent flowers nine months of the year. The lightly scented, 3-inch blooms are divinely accented against Autumn Angel's dark green, glossy foliage. It's a show-stopping display you have to see to believe! The long bloom period is a huge advantage in your Azalea over more common varieties, but there's even more! When many Azaleas are dropping their leaves for a dismal winter presence in the yard, your Autumn Angel will maintain its evergreen appearance, it's warm, green tones a delight for your winter landscape. Autumn Angel Encore Azalea will grow to about 4 feet in height with a 4 foot spread. It grows well in both sun and part shade. Your butterflies and hummingbirds will love this Azalea, and so will you for its ease of care and adaptability to a variety of conditions. Among slow-growing Azaleas, Autumn Angel Encore Azalea is a bit faster, so you can see results in less time. Autumn Angel will even do well in part shade or sun. With so many choices in Azaleas these days, it can be hard to choose just one. Autumn Angel is a particularly good choice for its fast-growing, adaptive and re-blooming nature. An Autumn Angel Encore Azalea by itself will look extraordinary in your landscape, but pair its pristine white flowers with the deeper colors of Autumn Carnation or Amethyst for a spectacular, contrasting display. * White flowers * Long-blooming * Repeat bloomer * Fragrant * Fast-growing * Evergreen * Adaptable to growing conditions * Shade tolerant * Great container plant
Height: 3 inches. Fridge magnet in a shape of a samovar (a purely Russian invention; a 'container' used for making tea). Hand carved, hand painted and hand lacquered. Imported from Moscow, Russia. Ships in packs of 5. Please indicate whether you would like 5 items of the same style or an assortment through the checkout comment form. One or more magnet may only be ordered in combination with a product from any category other than Keychains or Magnets. Please email us to get a quote on quantities larger than 5.
Fast-Growing Azalea with Repeat Blooms Autumn Starlite Encore Azalea, Azalea x 'Roblem', is a re-blooming, bi-colored Encore Azalea. This is a versatile, ornamental shrub that is well-suited as a container plant for your porch, foundation plant in your front yard or even grown as a low hedge along a walkway. YourAutumn Starlite Encore Azalea will astound you with its brilliant, bi-colored blooms that re-bloom right up into fall. The heaviest bloom is in spring, when your Autumn Starlite will be covered in a floral brilliance that is only a prelude to the abundance of blooms to come. The 3-inch, single white blossoms are a work of art. Each delicate bloom features delicate, pink stripes or dainty dots of pink across its velvety-smooth petals. It's a sight that will draw you in for a closer look, the lovely white flowers a glorious accent to the glossy, light green foliage. Autumn Starlite Encore Azalea will grow up to 4 feet tall with a 4-foot spread. It has an upright, rounded habit and a rapid growth rate. Autumn Starlite is drought tolerant, sun tolerant and easy to care for. It even works well in large containers so it's not only beautiful, but versatile as well. In the world of Azaleas, the Encore series offers more of a good thing. Instead of just a spring bloom, Autumn Starlite Encore Azalea gives you flowers in spring that continue into fall. 3-season flowers of exceptional beauty and ease of care…what more could you ask for in an Azalea today! * Re-blooming flowers * Drought tolerant * Wildlife interest * Fast growing * Works well in containers * Full sun tolerant
Delicious FALL fruit! Blackberries, raspberries and their kin are always thought of as summer fruits. They bring their chin-dripping goodness to 4th of July celebrations and summer sorbets and they only fruit for a few weeks. But, come the chill of autumn, they are long gone. Not anymore! Autumn Bliss raspberry delivers its juicy sweetness from August till the first frost. Autumn Bliss is a popular modern raspberry with stout canes that are shorter than average. This means, though, that they don't need a trellis or support. Talk about easy care! The fruit comes on canes that grow the same year, so every winter, cut Autumn Bliss back to ground level and watch as it shoots up year after year. This variety is very prolific. It is disease and aphid resistant. It produces large deeply flavored berries over a long season that starts in August and runs unabashedly until the first frosts. Autumn Bliss has received the prestigious Award of Garden Merit from The Royal Horticultural Society in the UK, which only goes to show how great this plant will be in your own garden. Add a few of the autumn producing vines in with your summer producers for months of delicious berries in your own backyard! Nature Hills only ships healthy, field grown plants. We know that you will love these plants for years to come! * Fresh fruit from August to first frost* Easy care* Great for backyard garden
Fragrant and Prolific Sweet Autumn Clematis, Clematis paniculata, is a deciduous vine with a rampant growth habit and reaches 10' to 20' high. The scientific name actually has changed over the years. First, this plant was known as Clematis paniculata. Then it changed to the unpronounceable Clematis maximowicziana. But it was most recently changed to Clematis terniflora, a much easier word to pronounce. Its fragrant white flowers grow up to 0.5 inches across and continues to bloom late summer through fall. The white, citrus-scented flowers fade into feathery seed heads, and last until winter. Sweet Autumn Clematis prefers loamy, somewhat moist, well-drained soil. Provide a location where its head is in the sun and toes in the shade. Mulch around bottom to keep ground temperatures cool and moist. Give the Sweet Autumn Clematis direct sun to encourage their large, showy blooms, but it will tolerate some shade. Sweet Autumn Clematis attaches to supports with twining leafstalks, and it will climb up trellises, walls, poles, trees and over shrubs. Buy a few from us today & see how this popular climbing clematis adds height & color! * Small Fragrant White Blooms* Very Vigorous Growth* Tolerates some shade
NEW! Classic Colorful Evergreen Azalea as a Tree! Your Autumn Coral will be like a "tree of flowers" in your yard all summer and into fall! The nearly 3-inch, single blooms appear early in the season, their trumpet-shaped, pink brilliance accented with a splash of dark fuchsia at the center. Clusters of blossoms appear at the end of the branches, with dark green foliage completing the picture of floral perfection for your home. There's nothing quite like having a tree filled with bright flowers that continues to re-bloom even into autumn! Autumn Coral is a broadleaf evergreen that will grow 4-7 feet tall, with a compact, rounded canopy. It is adaptive to a variety of conditions although it prefers filtered sun. Autumn Coral is a favorite of butterflies and other pollinators and will provide you with vigorous growth year after year. This tree form of the popular shrub would look terrific planted in a decorative pot on your front porch or placed as an accent near walkways or flower beds. Encore Autumn Coral Azalea is remarkable in its shrub form…but this "tree form" adds even further appeal. A profuse bloomer, your Coral Azalea is sure to be a dependable source of beauty for your yard this year. * Re-blooming evergreen* Adaptable to a variety of soils* Works well in containers
Months of Azalea Blooms Now Available as a Tree! Imagine a diminutive tree in your yard, ablaze in ruby-red brilliance spring through fall. Each exquisite blossom features 1.25-inches of trumpet-shaped floral delicacy surrounded by vibrant, dark green foliage that maintains its color. These qualities are striking in Autumn Ruby's shrub form, but viewed in this unique tree form, your Autumn Ruby Encore Azalea Tree is sure to draw the eye of every passer-by. Your Autumn Ruby Encore Azalea will grow in its tree form up to 4-7 feet in height. The shrub is one of the popular Encore series, so it possess' all the superb qualities of that series with the added advantage of being the tree form. Autumn Ruby is adaptable to a variety of soils and conditions and is even tolerant of heat and shade. It would look terrific in a container on your back patio or plant a few by a main entrance to your house for a warm welcome that can't be beat. Autumn Ruby Azalea's name is a bit deceptive in implying its value is in its fall display. The reality is that your Autumn Ruby Azalea Tree will provide you with ruby red flowers from spring through fall. It's a little gem that must be seen to be appreciated, so why not try one today! * Re-blooming evergreen* Works well in containers* Adaptive to a variety of conditions* Will bloom in some shade
Blazing Red Blooms in an Ornamental Tree Form Azaleas are foundation planting stars. These plants are evergreen, shade loving and covered in spring blooms - how can you improve on that? How about elevating that beauty and function to eye level with this wonderful tree form of a brand new azalea from Encore- Autumn Bravo! The evergreen foliage of Autumn Bravo is a deep lustrous green that turns a saturated purple bronze in winter. When the flowers bust out in the spring - and boy do they bust out! - their blazing red color really pops against the dark green spring leaves. This is one of the deepest, truest reds available in azaleas and really shines next to its pink and lavender brethren. Try planting Autumn Bravo with other shade lovers like heuchera and veronica or pair it in a sunnier spot with Everest Carex for a grassy, evergreen touch. Autumn Fire looks great with so many other perennials and its dwarf habit means that it won't overtake your garden skyline. Use it in large tubs to flank a doorway, light it at night as a show stopping specimen tree or plant a row along a walkway. Pull out some of your old, tired shrubs and spruce up your landscape with this hot new red azalea from Encore and Nature Hills. * Evergreen * Bright red flowers * Hardy
3-Season Vibrant Color Autumn Carnation Encore Azalea, Azalea x 'Roblec', is known for its repeating blooms, sun tolerance and fall color. Plant one near your perennial bed for some height and color contrast, or use a few along your house for a vibrant hedge. Your Autumn Carnation Encore Azalea is, just as the name implies, a delight in the cooler months. However, it also packs a lot of color and charm into its small stature spring through summer! The show begins with a heavy bloom of semi-double flowers that span nearly 3 inches, their layered petals of pink perfection an eye-popping asset for your yard. Autumn Carnation's ruffled pink flowers are a perfect complement to the glossy foliage that is deep green for spring and summer, but resplendent in shades of purple for fall. This is an Azalea that not only provides repeat blooms from spring through summer, but also features a lively autumn show. Autumn Carnation Encore Azalea will grow up to 5 feet tall with a 4 foot spread. It has an upright habit, and is more sun tolerant than some other Azalea varieties. Autumn Carnation also has some cold tolerance and will do well in your yard or in containers on your patio. Wildlife loves it, so you'll be sure to draw pollinators to your yard including the ever-lovely hummingbirds and butterflies. There are many types of Azalea on the market today, but few as lovely and productive as Autumn Carnation. You can't go wrong with this heavy-blooming, spring variety that keeps blooming into winter and even provides a colorful fall display. Try one today and you'll see why Autumn Carnation Encore Azalea is such a popular Azalea for today's gardeners. * Pink flowers * Repeat bloomer * Autumn interest * Wildlife interest * Sun tolerant * Somewhat cold tolerate * Works well in containers
Super easy drought resistant beauty Autumn Fire Sedum, Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Fire', is a wonder-plant for your garden. Once blooming, the color is non-stop. Bold clusters of closely packed, rosy pink flowers show up in late summer, gracefully age to a salmon-pink bronze and finish with a deep copper-red in fall. Autumn Fire Sedum is an easy-to-grow plant that not only tolerates drought, but even seems to thrive in it! This is a great improvement over the garden staple, Autumn Joy sedum. It is a classic upright sedum with large flower heads that are held out nice and flat. The strong stems hold up much longer into the fall than Autumn Joy, too. Plants are easy in almost all soils and grow in full sun to part shade. The waxy blue-green succulent-like stems highlight the flowers. Only 18-24 inch tall and 20-30 inches wide, these plants are good neighbors in the garden. They are also very showy in late fall when the flowers are faded. If you leave the stems on throughout the winter you'll see that they look great in the snow with their rusty red color. Butterflies and bumblebees love the Autumn Fire Sedum. Plants are useful in borders, rock gardens, or as a filler. Mix these in with daylilies, phlox and sages for a great show all summer into fall. * Long season of bright color * Thick filler plant * Easy care and winter hardy
A Beautiful Garden Red-head Sedum Autumn Joy (SEDUM spectabile Autumn Joy, also known as Sedum 'herbstfreude') is one of the most exciting and hardy garden perennials that you can plant in your garden. It blends so well with other plants and makes such a statement that you'll wonder why you've never grown it before! Autumn Joy is one of the most well-known and widely planted of all the sedums. It is easily one of the finest of all upright Sedums. The succulent-like leaves are a charming green all season. (In milder climates, all year!) The umbrella-like flower heads are pink and change to a rosy red and finally a deep garnet in fall. The flowers bloom from July to September and stay in bloom until frost. If you leave the plant alone, the flower heads turn a dark brown and look great covered in winter snow. You can clip off the flowers in spring when the new growth starts. The plant is 18 tall and spreads to about 24, so it's just right for your perennial border. Sedum 'Autumn Joy' needs to be planted in full sun in well-drained soil. It will tolerate most soil types and is drought resistant. 'Autumn Joy' is a great choice for beds and borders and excellent as a cut flower. It is also a great butterfly and bee attractor. Don't waste another day without a few of these in your garden. Order from us today! * Large Pink Flower Heads Change to Rosy Red* Sturdy Thick Dark Green Stems* Loves Sun, Heat, Drought, and Butterflies
Size: approx. 8.4' x 6.8' Metric: 21 x 17 cm Finish: oil varnish (glossy) Availability: ships within 5-12 business days Origin: Russian Federation Product Details As all of our Zhostovo trays this small 'Autumn' tray is handpainted in the village of Zhostovo, Russian Federation. It is manufactured according to the old Zhostovo painting tradition the details of which you may find below. This is a top quality 100% authentic Russian Zhostovo tray that would make an excellent gift to anyone. MORE INFO / RELATED STORY: ZHOSTOVO PAINTING Zhostovo painting is one of the traditional types of Russian decorative work developed in the village of Zhostovo of Mytishi region, Moscow oblast. It appeared at the beginning of 19th century under the influence of Ural flower painting on metal. Zhostovo painting is essentially drawing on metal trays preliminarily covered by several layers of thick putty and oil varnish (normally, of black color). The painting itself is accomplished in several consequent stages; soft brush and oil-colors (richly mixed with linseed-oil) create an impression of an energetic and elastic touch. Stylistic development of Zhostovo painting is closely related to Russian porcelain and enamel painting of Moscow region's plants and factories, as well as with the flower motifs of printed Ivanovo cottons and P.V. Lukutin miniature. The main motif of Zhostovo painting - a flower bouquet - is simple and laconic in its composition: larger garden flowers are combined with smaller wild flowers; the actual shape of a flower is conveyed through a three-dimensional painting technique; and all this is being brought together by a decorative richness of multi-color solution closely related to the traditional Russian brush-painting on chests and distaffs. Tray edges are finished with a golden ornamental pattern (also known as 'uborka'). The completed painting is covered by three layers of light varnish, being further polished to mirror luster.