These were very large specimens growing in dappled light. Looked like a good sub for Rhus Grow-Low to me. It does have considerably more color than Grow-Low and shouldn't be in as much sun as Growlow, but if you have that part shaded spot, this could be a plant for you!
Hydrangea Limelight displayed very nicely in a container! Shrubs in large containers is a big thing up there, and obviously they know what they're doing. Wouldn't you want that in your yard?
As you can see by Dan Guiborat's face, this is a big Hydrangea! It is now nameless, but should be on the market in the next couple of years. It dwarfs the flowers of Annabelle, and as you can see, they still are held upright. "They tilted a little after a hard rain when the flowers were establishing" said Dale Deppe. From my perspective, it was still very impressive!
The big push at Spring Meadow has been their introduction of My Monet(TM) Weigela. This was planted all over their gardens and would have been difficult not to have grabbed our attention. What do you think?