Diervilla

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  • KODIAK FRESH® Diervilla

    The plant equivalent of a cool breeze. Kodiak Fresh® diervilla brings invigorating energy into any garden with its vibrant, color-changing foliage. Its new growth emerges a peppy orange, contrasted by an even tone of lime green on the mature growth. In the summertime, bunches of tubed, yellow blooms arrive for weeks delighting hummingbirds and cut flower growers. Its foliage is a medium to large texture, and its color is a handsome accompaniment to any arrangement. Plant this cheery native species in a prominent spot to freshen up your garden!

    Why grow Kodiak Fresh™ diervilla?

    • Cheerful color
    • Pollinator magnet
    • Native to North America
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  • KODIAK® Black Diervilla

    This is a showy selection of our native species. Burgundy-black new growth in spring turns dark green in summer, and purple in fall. The yellow summer flowers support pollinator populations. One of the few plants to tolerate dry shade, this is an adaptable, durable choice for landscapes. Color will be more pronounced in sun or Part Sun.

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  • KODIAK® Orange Diervilla

    A good alternative to burning bush, this selection of our native bush honeysuckle has vibrant orange foliage in fall. Bright yellow flowers contrast with the orange new growth, and support pollinator populations. One of the few plants to tolerate dry shade, it will have more vibrant color in partial shade and Full Sun.

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  • KODIAK® Red Diervilla

    A rugged plant with attractive red spring and autumn foliage, its new growth is tipped with red during the summer months, too. The yellow summer flowers support pollinators. One of the few plants to tolerate dry shade, it will have brighter color in Part Sun or Full Sun.

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