Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet' Virginia Sweetspire

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Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet' (Virginia Sweetspire) 4-5 ft.; stoloniferous small shrub; beautiful plant which is attractive in all seasons; long lasting white spring flowers and garnet fall color. Zone 6-9. SIZE:1gallon


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    Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet'

    Posted by Karen Service on Mar 3rd 2023

    I ordered two for my shrub border. They came in excellent shape and were well matched, although I didn't ask for that. I give 5 stars once I see them grow.

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    Status of received plants

    Posted by Margaret Schmitt on Jun 3rd 2020

    It looks like 1 of the 7 plants I received isn’t looking well...they all arrived looking great/ready to plant.

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    fine and dandy

    Posted by Mark Pearson on May 8th 2017

    Plants arrived in good shape and started signs of new growth within a couple of days. Plants so far are looking healthy!!

  • 5
    Excellent Plant Material

    Posted by Larry on Mar 13th 2017

    The plant material I received recently were in great condition. The plants I received last December have been in our heated greenhouse over the winter. They have nearly doubled their size and are starting to bloom.

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    Southern Grown Plants for Northern Weather

    Posted by Larry on Dec 15th 2016

    I received the plants in full growth state. I did not know that were grown in Northern Florida. I planned to plant them in Central Illinois. The plants were green and lush and had not entered dormancy. I hope they winter over in a protected environment. Upon calling the nursery, I was assured they would be fine. Time will tell. I'm not sure I will order from them again because of the difference in weather of the two zones.

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    arrived thriving!

    Posted by Kathryn on Jul 13th 2016

    I ordered two plants, they arrived well packaged and in excellent condition.

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    Very Healthy

    Posted by Bill Vasiliou Yulee Fl on Oct 14th 2015

    Plants arrived looking very healthy, they have been in the ground for a couple of weeks now and are looking very good.