Landscape Creations Nursery, 13040 Chillicothe Road, Chesterland, OH  44026
Plant Varieties
We try to keep a large variety of plant material in stock, here is a general list of plants that we carry or have carried in the past, we may not have all of the following varieties in stock.
Trees/Shrubs | Perennials | Ferns | Grasses | Ground Cover | Rock Garden | Aquatics


Ornamental Gold Fish - (Japanese/American) Shubunkin - Poor Man's Koi
 Bred right at our nursery in our own ponds by a professional fish breeder. These fish have a beautiful Calico coloring that includes blues, blacks, oranges and whites. Because their scales are transparent they often have an opalescent look. They are hardy fish for northeast ohio ponds, and will reach maturity at about 2-3 years of age. Depending on pond size will reach anywhere from 9 to 16" in length. Because they are bred in our own ponds, we provide them at significant savings!

The Garden Shop
Come see our Garden Gift Shop for numerous gift items including French Bubble Glass, Works by Local Artists, Garden Accessories, Baskets, Antiques, Furniture, Pottery and more.

We will also be carrying Rwandan Baskets for a limited time from the Rwanda Basket Company thorugh one of their sales consultants. Through this program the weavers make 20% of the retail price of the baskets and 100% of all after-sales profits are given to the Rwanda Partners, a non-profit organization helping Rwandans to recover from the genocide of 1994. This program gives back more than any other Rwandan basket weaving program!




Our Hydrangea Selection:

Please note when selecting Hydrangeas, most macrophylla varieties have the potential to turn both hues of pink and blue depending on soil acidity, there are some varieties that produce better pink flowers than blue and other produce better blue flowers than pink, but all macrophyllas have the potential to turn either color. Please don't be fooled by their names! (White varieties will only bloom white and may fade to have hues of pink) for more information see this site: The United States National Arboretum

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' Light green foliage, with large snow-ball like flowers open light green fading to pure white. Native to North America.

Hydrangea macrophylla 'All Summer Beauty' A great macrophylla Hydrangea with big leaves, and large mophead flowers produce rich blue to pink flowers depending on soil acidity. Starts flowering mid-summer with dependable rebloom in the fall.

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Cardinal Red' Produces large, round mophead flowers with outstanding pink to deep pink to "red" (very deep pink) color.

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Venice Raven' aka CITYLINE VENICE ™ Part of the Cityline series, these Hydrangeas have strong stems and produce sturdy compact plants without a need for shearing or pruning preventing accidental removal of flower buds. Venice can produce excellent bright fuschia flowers that turn green with age.

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Forever Pink'    A popular Hydrangea variety producing beautiful big pink mop head flowers with a nice compact habit.

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Parzifal' This is a great solid Hydrangea with study stems. Light green leaves make this plant stand out amongst other Hydrangea. Produces large mophead blooms with frayed bracht edges and vary in color with soil acidity; neutral soil will produce a mix of both blue and pink flowers on the same plant.

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Shamrock' A great addition to any Hydrangea garden! This variety produces double lace-cap flowers ranging from pink to blue in color according to soil pH. A unique variety compared to the typical Hydrangeas on the market - the flowers also turn deep shades of pink/red with age. It is also said to be more frost resistant than other Japanese varieties and produces a compact plant.

Hydrangea serrata 'Preziosa' This Hydrangea will always bloom a beautiful blush pink which ages to have deep shades of rose pink/red. Stems are a deep red color which also appears on the foliage with adequate sun exposure.

Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' Continuously blooms with lime green/white flowers supported on sturdy stems. Aging flowers will turn hues of pink and red.

Hydrangea paniculata 'Bulk' aka QUICK FIRE ™ Starts blooming in late May to early June; flowers open a white/green which quickly turn to deep pink/red color.

Hydrangea paniculata 'Barbara' aka THE SWAN ™ Large clear white panicles on an upright woody shrub.

Hydrangea quercifolia - Oakleaf Hydrangea Large deep green Oak shaped leaves and beautiful peeling cinnamon colored bark. Panicles bloom a white which turn a rose pink over time. Provides interest throughout the year. Varieties available may include 'Snowflake' and 'Snow Queen'.

Hydrangea anomala petiolaris - Climbing Hydrangea Vine This plant climbs almost as tall as you let it (up to 30 feet)! Produces white lace cap flowers. Tolerates Sun or Part shade, suggested to plant on the west side of a sturdy wall or tree.




Trees & Shrubs
Abies (Fir)
Acer (Maple)
Aesculus (Bottlebrush)
Aesculus (Horsechestnut)
Amelanchier (Serviceberry)
Aronia (Chokeberry)
Azalea
Berberis (Barberry)
Betula (Birch)
Buddleia (Butterfly Bush)
Buxus (Boxwood)
Callicarpa (Beautyberry)
Calycanthus (Sweetshrub)
Caryopteris (Bluebeard)
Cephalanthus (Buttonbush)
Cercis (Redbud)
Chaenomeles (Quince)
Chamaecyparis (Cypress)
Chionanthus (Fringetree)
Cornus (Dogwood)
Cornus (Red Twig)
Corylus (Harry Lauder's Walking Stick)
Cotoneaster
Decumaria (Climbing Hydrangea)
Deutzia
Diervilla (Honeysuckle)
Euonymous
Fagus (Beech)
Forsythia
Fothergilla
Fraxinus (Ash)
Ginkgo biloba
Gleditsia (Locust) Halesia (Silverbell)
Hamamelis (Witch Hazel)
Heptacodium (7 Son Flower)
Hibiscus (Rose of Sharon)
Hibiscus (Rose Mallow)
Hydrangea sp.
Hydrangea (Oakleaf)
Hypericum (St. Johnswort)
Ilex (Deciduous Holly)
Ilex (Holly)
Itea (Sweetspire)
Juniperus (Juniper)
Kalmia (Mt. Laurel)
Kerria
Kolkwitzia (Beauty Bush)
Largestroemia (Crepe Myrtle)
Liquidumbar (Sweet Gum)
Lonicera (Honeysuckle)
Magnolia
Malus (Crabapple)
Metaswquoia (Dawn Redwood)
Microbiota (Cypress)
Morus (Mulberry)
Myrica (Bayberry)
Philadelphus (Mockorange)
Picea (Spruce)
Pieris
Pinus (Pine)
Physocarpus (Ninebark)
Potentilla
Prunus
Pseudolarix (Larch)
Pyrus (Pear)
Quercus (Oak)
Rhamnus (Buckthorn)
Rhododendron
Rhodotypos (Jetbead)
Ribes (Currant)
Rosa (Rose)
Rhus (Sumac)
Salix (Willow)
Schizophragma (False Hydrangea Vine)
Syringa (Lilac)
Tamarix (Tamarisk)
Taxodium (Bald Cypress)
Taxus (Yew)
Thuja (Arborvitae)
Tilia (Linden)
Tsuga (Hemlock)
Ulmus (Elm)
Vaccinium (Blueberry)
Viburnum
Vitex (Chastetree)
Weigela
Yucca

Perennials

Achillea (Yarrow)
Agastache (Mexican Hyssop)
Ajuga
Akebia (Chocolate Vine)
Alchemilla (Lady's Mantle)
Amsonia (Blue Star)
Aquilegia (Columbine)
Arabis
Armeria
Artemisia
Asclepias (Milkweed)
Asclepias (Butterfly Weed)
Aster
Astilbe
Baptisia (False Indigo)
Belamcanda (Blackberry Lily)
Berginia (Heartleaf)
Campanula (Bellflower)
Centaurea (Bachelor's Button)
Cerastium (Snow-in-Summer)
Chrysanthemum (Shasta Daisy)
-Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy)
Clematis
Coreopsis
Crocosmia
Dianthus
Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)
Digitalis (Foxglove)
Echinacea (Purple Coneflower)
Echinops (Globe Thistle)
Erigeron (Flea Bane)
Eupatorium (Snakeroot)
Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed)
Gaillardia
Gaura (Wand Flower)
Heath/Heather
Hemorocallis (Daylily)
Hosta (Plantain Lily)
Houttynia
Iris
Knautia
Lamium (Dead Knettle)
Lavendula (Lavender)
Liatris
Ligularia
Limonium (Sea Lavender)
Liriope (Liliy Turf)
Lobelia (Cardinal Flower)
Lysimachia (Loosestrife)
Lythum (Purple Loosestrife)
Monarda (Bee Balm)
Myosotis (Forget-Me-Not)
Nepeta (Catmint)
Paeonia (Peony)
Perovskia (Russian Sage)
Phlox (Creeping Phlox)
Phlox (Moss Phlox)
Platycodon (Balloon Flower)
Polemonium (Jacob's Ladder)
Potentilla (Cinquefoil)
Pulmonaria
Rudebeckia (Black-Eyed-Susan)
Salvia (Meadow Sage)
Salvia
Scabiosa (Pincushion Flower)
Sedum
Sempervivum (Hens & Chicks)
Stachys (Lamb's Ear)
Tanacetum
-Pyrethrum
Teucrium (Wall Germander)
Thymus (Thyme)
Veroncia (Speedwell)

Ferns

Adiatum (Maidenhair)
Athyrium (Japanese Painted)
Dropteris (Robust Male)
Dropteris (Easternwood)
Matteuccia (Ostrich)
Osmunda (Royal)
Polystichum (Christmas)
Polystichum (Soft Needle)

Grasses

Calamagrostis (Reed Grass)
Carex (Japanese Sedge)
Chasmanthum (N. Sea Oats)
Equisetum (Horestail Rush)
Festuca (Blue Fescue)
Glyceria (Manna Grass)
Helictrotrichon (Blue Oat)
Imperata (Japanese Bloodgrass)
Luzula (Greater Woodrush)
Miscanthus sp.
Ophiopgon (Black Mondo)
Panicum (Switch Grass)
Pennisetum (Fountain)
Phalaris (Ribbon)
Schizachyrium (Little Blue Stem)

Ground Cover

Hedera (English Ivy)
Lamiastrum (Archanel)

Rock Garden

Anacyclus
Aubrieta
Bellis
Campanula
Delosperma
Dianthus
Gyspsophila
Minuartia
Saxifraga
Sedum sp.
Sisyrinchium
Stomatium
Veronica
Hakonechloa
Mentha
primula
Salvia
Viola
Colocasia
Musa
Tibouchina
Iris

Aquatics

Nymphaea (Water Lily)
Nymphoides (Floating Heart)
Hippurus (Mare's Tail)
Myriophylium (Parrot Feather)
Acorus (Rush)
Caltha (Marsh Marigold)
Iris
Juncus (Corkscrew)
Lychnis (Ragged Robin)
Mazus
Pontederia (Pickerel Rush)
Rumex (Dock)
Schizostyuls (Kaffir Lily)
Zantedeschia (Arum Lily)
Scirpus (Slender Club Rush)

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