Green Value Nursery Plant Introductions
‘Exclusively at Green Value Nursery’
These 5 plants were introduced by our nursery and we sell them exclusively to our customers.
Pinus mugo ‘Honeybun’
2' H, 3-4' W. Full sun. Zone 4.
Green Value Nursery is proud to present its first exclusive introduction. Found in the mountains of Oregon at a renowned conifer nursery, Mugo Pine ‘Honeybun’ is as cute in the landscape as its name. This naturally dwarf seedling selection requires no pruning to maintain it’s shape and when viewed from above has a dense, mounding honeycomb texture. ‘Honeybun’ will add interest and evergreen color to any rock garden or small space.
Pinus mugo 'Dew Drop'
1-2' H, 2-3' W. Full sun. Zone 4.
From the creators of ‘Honeybun’ Mugo Pine, we proudly present ‘Dew Drop’. This new selection of dwarf Mugo offers a dense carpet of evergreen needles. A true baby sister to ‘Honeybun’, 'Dew Drop' will be a tiny splash of green in your landscape. Add this new selection to any small space for year round color.
Dianthus 'Pink Lemonade'
8" H. Full sun. Zone 4.
Exclusive to Green Value Nursery! Everyone should enjoy summertime refreshment with an abundance of hot pink flowers that are flecked with gold. 'Pink Lemonade', a sport of 'Gold Dust', has powdery blue foliage and reblooming flowers that appear May to August. Cheers!
Cimicifuga simplex 'Little Black Dress'
40" H. Full sun to part shade. Zone 4.
Exclusive to Green Value Nursery! Doesn’t every garden need a ‘Little Black Dress’? We think so! This new selection of ‘Brunette’ found in the Netherlands, offers the darkest, most frilly foliage of any Snakeroot. And this shade diva accessorizes her outfit with towering white bottlebrush flowers in late summer. ‘Little Black Dress’ is a perfect match for any shady space.
Opuntia polycantha 'Pink Stiletto'
6-8" H. Full sun. Zone 4.
Put on your dancing shoes but watch your step because ‘Pink Stiletto’ is one sharp date! This northern cactus is not your shy wall flower but cuts a fancy rug with a new twist. ‘Pink Stiletto’ has two toned pink flowers that twirl in the sun and sparkle like a disco ball in June. Who says you can’t grow cactus in the cold Midwest? We say you can, she’s hardy for sure. Plus, the long cactus spines will keep pesky animals away. What an unexpected surprise for us Northern gardeners.