Almond, Flowering
Almond, Flowering
Almond, Flowering

This old-fashioned flowering shrub will bring back memories of springtime visits to grandmas house!  In early spring, the branches will be covered with fully double pink blooms making quite a sight and filling the air with it’s delicate scent

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Aronia (Black Chokeberry)
Aronia (Black Chokeberry)
Aronia (Black Chokeberry)

This is a vase shaped shrub, branching from the base, 6-10 ft in height, with touches of red in every season including; white flowers with red stamens in spring, orange/red fall foliage and clusters of Black edible berries in fall and winter.

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Aronia (Black Chokeberry) NERO
Aronia (Black Chokeberry) NERO
Aronia (Black Chokeberry) NERO

Considered one of the best of the black chokeberries.  Attractive dark glossy leaves and superb autumn hues make this one a real winner!  Flowers bloom earlier than other varieties.  Large attractive black fruit will persist until spring if the birds don’t get them first.  Developed in Europe as an orchard plant.  High in vitamins and anti oxidants.  Edible fruit!   Commercially grown varieties for juice.

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Aronia (Black Chokeberry) VIKING
Aronia (Black Chokeberry) VIKING
Aronia (Black Chokeberry) VIKING

Considered one of the best of the black chokeberries.  Attractive dark glossy leaves and superb autumn hues make this one a real winner!  Flowers bloom earlier than other varieties.  Large attractive black fruit will persist until spring if the birds don’t get them first.  Developed in Europe as an orchard plant.  High in vitamins and anti oxidants.  Edible fruit!   Commercially grown varieties for juice.

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Bayberry, Northern
Bayberry, Northern
Bayberry, Northern

As a landscape plant, Bayberry is excellent for massing, borders or combining with broadleaf evergreens. It responds  well to a periodic pruning to keep it’s form. An added advantage is that Bayberry has no serious insect or disease problems! Suited for Zones 2-9a.

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Beautyberry, Early Amethyst (Callicarpa)
Beautyberry, Early Amethyst (Callicarpa)
Beautyberry, Early Amethyst (Callicarpa)

A profusion of bright purple berries in clusters adorn this plant in Autumn.  Sets berries earlier than other varieties for more enjoyment, too!  Attracts birds and wildlife.

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Burning Bush, Chicago Fire™
Burning Bush, Chicago Fire™
Burning Bush, Chicago Fire™

A hardier selection of the standard burning bush.  This one is hardy to Zone 3!  The brilliant fall fire-red foliage appears earlier than the standards

CANNOT SHIP TO NH, MA, OR, WV

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Burning Bush, Fireball®
Burning Bush, Fireball®
Burning Bush, Fireball®

A Proven Winners® ColorChoice® selection!  This is an improved strain of the standard dwarf ‘compacta’ with tighter branching and better cold hardiness.  No winter damage even after the coldest of winters!  Hardy to Zone 4.  Outstanding fall color, too!  Height and spread:  5-7 feet.  Full sun for best color and growth.

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Cherry, Nanking
Cherry, Nanking
Cherry, Nanking

Nanking Cherry is a large wide spreading shrub. It can be pruned as a small tree. It is grown primarily for its showy white flowers which cover the plant in early spring. The  bright red fruit which ripen in early July are edible but a little tart for fresh eating.  

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Cherry, Purple Leaf Sand
Cherry, Purple Leaf Sand
Cherry, Purple Leaf Sand

This thick-growing, long-lived shrub is called the Purple Leaf Sand Cherry. Sometimes called Purple leaf Plum although the actual purple leaf plum is a tree.  However, this can also be trained as a small tree if desired.

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Cherry, Purple Sand
Cherry, Purple Sand
Cherry, Purple Sand

This thick-growing, long-lived shrub is called the Purple Leaf Sand Cherry. Sometimes called Purple leaf Plum although the actual purple leaf plum is a tree.  However, this can also be trained as a small tree if desired.

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Cherry, Western Sand
Cherry, Western Sand
Cherry, Western Sand

This shrub produces a profusion of white flowers in the spring. These are followed by purple to black, edible fruits. The leaves are a glossy silvery green. Good choice for use on hot dry sites.

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Chokecherry
Chokecherry
Chokecherry

A shrub or small tree; height usually not over 20 to 25 feet, diameter 4 to 8 inches; with a rounded crown. The inner bark has bitter cherry
flavor and aroma. Covered in blooms during Spring.

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Dogwood, Arctic Fire™
Dogwood, Arctic Fire™
Dogwood, Arctic Fire™

A new compact selection of the ever popular Baileyi’ red stem dogwood. Dark red winter twigs and a more compact, non-suckering habit make this a great improvement over the standard types. Red to scarlet fall colors.

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Dogwood, Bud’s Yellow
Dogwood, Bud’s Yellow
Dogwood, Bud’s Yellow

Good plant for wildlife.

Size at Maturity: 3 – 6 ft without pruning.

Zones 2-9  very hardy!

Space 5-8′ apart

Container grown in gallon pots.  Shipped bare to semi-bare root depending on season.

Gallon size plant 18″+: 

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Dogwood, Kousa
Dogwood, Kousa
Dogwood, Kousa

Rounded shape with horizontal branching growing to about 20 feet at maturity.
Large, pointed, white to pinkish bracts produced three weeks after our native flowering dogwood. Fruits medium, reddish pink, raspberry-like, very attractive to birds. Foliage scarlet in fall.

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Holly, Winterberry, Afterglow
Holly, Winterberry, Afterglow
Holly, Winterberry, Afterglow

One of the best plants for fall and winter color.

Female plants produce bright red berries in profusion in early fall while leaves are still green and remain until mid-winter.

Berried stems often used in seasonal dried arrangements.

Likes acidic soil, will tolerate wet, swampy conditions.

Native to the northeastern United States.

Winterberry is dioecious, so both male and female plants are needed for fruit production.

Zone: 4-9
Height: 5-8 Feet
Spread: 5-8 Feet

Winterberry’s bright red berries provide color in  winter after the leaves have fallen off. The plant grows in sun or partial shade and a rich, well- drained soil, although it tolerates swampy areas.   The fruits are often eaten by birds.  Also used at Christmas for decorations.

Use Jim Dandy as the male pollinator.

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Holly, Winterberry, Berry Heavy
Holly, Winterberry, Berry Heavy
Holly, Winterberry, Berry Heavy

A spectacular winter show with its heavy set of large, bright red berries. This selection rivals all other winterberry selections for its sheer mass of fruit. Use Jim Dandy as the male.

Zone 4-7

 6-8 feet

Full Sun to Partial Shade

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Holly, Winterberry, Berry Nice
Holly, Winterberry, Berry Nice
Holly, Winterberry, Berry Nice

BERRY NICE® Winterberry Holly
The dark red berry display is so vivid, the original plant was selected by sight at a distance of 1/4 mile. It’ll make you stop and take notice. Good clean foliage.

This lovely native is well adapted to wet soils, so it’s a perfect choice for near a pond or stream. The fruit appears in autumn and remains until early spring when the returning birds feast on the showy fruit. Berry Nice makes a great plant for cut arrangements. Planting a male selection in near proximity greatly improves the fruiting of Winterberry.

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Holly, Winterberry, Jim Dandy Male
Holly, Winterberry, Jim Dandy Male
Holly, Winterberry, Jim Dandy Male

One of the best plants for fall and winter color.

Female plants produce bright red berries in profusion in early fall while leaves are still green and remain until mid-winter.  This male variety is required for berry production on the females.  Allow one male for every three females.  Plants should be within 50′ of each other for best fruit set.

Berried stems often used in seasonal dried arrangements.

Likes acidic soil, will tolerate wet, swampy conditions.

Native to the northeastern United States.

Winterberry is dioecious, so both male and female plants are needed for fruit production.

Zone: 4-9
Height: 9 Feet
Spread: 9 Feet

May be pruned shorter.

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Holly, Winterberry, Southern Gentleman Male
Holly, Winterberry, Southern Gentleman Male
Holly, Winterberry, Southern Gentleman Male

One of the best plants for fall and winter color.

Female plants produce bright red berries in profusion in early fall while leaves are still green and remain until mid-winter.  This male variety is required for berry production on the females.  Allow one male for every three females.  Plants should be within 50′ of each other for best fruit set.

Berried stems often used in seasonal dried arrangements.

Likes acidic soil, will tolerate wet, swampy conditions.

Native to the northeastern United States.

Winterberry is dioecious, so both male and female plants are needed for fruit production.

Zone: 4-9
Height: 9 Feet
Spread: 9 Feet

May be pruned shorter.

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Holly, Winterberry, Sprite
Holly, Winterberry, Sprite
Holly, Winterberry, Sprite

One of the best plants for fall and winter color.

Female plants produce bright red berries in profusion in early fall while leaves are still green and remain until mid-winter.  This male variety is required for berry production on the females.  Allow one male for every three females.  Plants should be within 50′ of each other for best fruit set.  Use Southern Gentleman as the male.

Berried stems often used in seasonal dried arrangements.

Likes acidic soil, will tolerate wet, swampy conditions.

Native to the northeastern United States.

Winterberry is dioecious, so both male and female plants are needed for fruit production.

Zone: 4-9
Height: 3-4 Feet
Spread: 3-4 Feet

May be pruned shorter.

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Honeysuckle, Fragrant (Winter)
Honeysuckle, Fragrant (Winter)
Honeysuckle, Fragrant (Winter)

Fragrant honeysuckle is a shrub that can appear to glow with very fragrant pink and white blossoms in spring. The fruit matures as red berries in early summer. An excellent shrub for wildlife and as an ornamental plant.  Used mostly for screens or hedges, but also makes a fine specimen shrub. This shrub is self supporting and is not a vine.

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Hydrangea, Incrediball™
Hydrangea, Incrediball™
Hydrangea, Incrediball™

This adaptable native plant produces huge flowers (as much as 12″ across) is reliable and beautiful. Very cold hardy Incrediball blooms on new growth so even very cold winters won’t keep it from blooming.

May be pruned back in late winter to encourage strong new growth and flowering. Flower color is not affected by soil pH.

Exposure
Plant in sun or partial shade

Height:  48-60″

Spacing:  48-60″

Hardy Temp:  -40°F (-40°C) Zones 3-8

Massive flowers bloom in summer. Very hardy and reliable. Sturdy stems don’t flop. Native.

 

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Hydrangea, Invincibelle® Spirit
Hydrangea, Invincibelle® Spirit
Hydrangea, Invincibelle® Spirit

The first pink flowered mophead Hydrangea arborescens! Invincibelle Spirit is as hardy and adaptable as ‘Annabelle’ but produces loads of hot pink flowers from early summer to frost. It’s a reliable bloomer in the north and is also heat tolerant.   Rich pink flowers bloom from early summer to frost. Prune back in spring. Very hardy. Native.

Not only is this hydrangea pink, but it is BRIGHT pink. The blooms of ‘Invincibelle Spirit’ are a little smaller than ‘Annabelle’ blooms, but this may be an advantage since they will be less likely to droop after a rain. This remarkable hydrangea was developed by Dr. Tom Ranney at North Carolina State University’s Mountain Horticultural Crops Research Station.

Exposure:  Plant in sun or partial shade

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Hydrangea, Limelight®
Hydrangea, Limelight®
Hydrangea, Limelight®

An extraordinary new hydrangea with exquisite bright lime-green flowers.  The color is breath-taking and adds much needed color to the late summer landscape.

Related to the hardy PG Hydrangea, this is hardy in zones 3-8.  Expect 6-8 feet in height and width without pruning. 

Can also be trained into a tree form.

Exposure:  Plant in sun or partial shade

Growing Tips:  May be pruned back in late winter to encourage strong new growth and blooming. Adaptable to most moist, well drained soils. Bloom color is not affected by soil pH.

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Hydrangea, Little Lamb®
Hydrangea, Little Lamb®
Hydrangea, Little Lamb®

A sweet new compact hardy Hydrangea from Jelena DeBelder of Belgium. Little Lamb is unique because it’s flower petals are the smallest of any Hydrangea. These diminutive little flowers are held in tight but delicate little flowerheads that look like little dancing lambs floating above this compact shrub. This special shrub blooms in mid-summer and last into autumn. The pure white blooms light up a garden and blends wonderfully with all other colors. Use The Little Lamb in bouquets either fresh or dried to make a unique floral design. This is an easy to grow plant with reliable flowering and flower color regardless of soil pH or winter temperatures.

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Hydrangea, Little Lime™
Hydrangea, Little Lime™
Hydrangea, Little Lime™

A new dwarf form of the ever popular ‘Limelight’ hydrangea, Little Lime sports the same great flowers and coloration as ‘Limelight’ but in a smaller package. At one third the size of traditional hardy hydrangeas, this new variety fits well into any landscape.

Summer flowers open soft green and turn pink and burgundy in fall.

This hardy hydrangea blooms on ‘new wood’ – the current season’s growth. It can be pruned down to the ground in late winter/early spring. Apply a controlled release fertilizer in early spring. A supplemental dose of liquid feed may be needed in mid summer. Soil pH does not affect bloom color.

Exposure:  Plant in sun or partial shade

Height:  36-60″

Spacing:  48-72″

Hardy Temp:  -40°F (-40°C)  Zones 3-8 (9)

Excellent for the mixed border or foundation plantings. This compact, hardy hydrangea fits easily into smaller landscapes.  Dwarf hydrangea produces green summer flowers that turn pink in fall. Trim back in spring. Dwarf ‘Limelight’. Blooms every year. Hardy.

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Hydrangea, PINKY WINKY™
Hydrangea, PINKY WINKY™
Hydrangea, PINKY WINKY™

A real winner, this new Hydrangea from Belgium has indeterminate flowers. This means that the flower heads keep sending up new white flowers from the tip even while the older blooms at the base are turning a deep pink. The effect is a beautiful two toned flower unique to this plant alone.

A very unique new hardy Hydrangea with massive two-toned, white and pink flowers. Strong upright red stems hold the large blooms up so you never get the drooping look like Pee Gee Hydrangea. The flower heads continue to grow throughout the season and as the older flowers turn dark pink the new flowers continue to emerge white . The effect is stunning. A truly remarkable plant for the summer and autumn landscape.

Growing Tips
Prefers good, loamy soil. Adaptable to many soils, moderate moisture required. Can be easily maintained as a smaller plant or trained into a small tree. Hardy Hydrangeas bloom on new wood so you can pruned in the fall or early spring. Be sure to prune off spent flowers when they turn brown. Deciduous shrub. Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer specialized for trees and shrubs. Follow the label recommendations for rates of application.

Best in Full sun to light, partial shade

Height  72-96″

Spacing  72-96″

Hardy Temp
-30°F   Zones 4-8

Uses:  Hedge, specimen plant, fresh or dried cut flowers. Good in groupings and mass plants, perennial and shrub borders, good as a screen or in mixed containers.

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Hydrangea, Quick Fire®
Hydrangea, Quick Fire®
Hydrangea, Quick Fire®

The first to bloom! QUICK FIRE™ blooms about a month before other Hydrangea paniculata (hardy hydrangea) varieties. Extend the hydrangea season in your garden with a planting of Hydrangea QUICK FIRE™. The flowers turn pink very quickly, and will be an extremely dark rosy-pink in the fall. Quick and easy to grow. The flowers on QUICK FIRE™ are not affected by soil pH. They are produced on ‘new wood’ and will bloom after even the harshest winters. Beautiful for use as a cut (fresh or dried) flower. Plant with Little Lamb and Limelight for months of hydrangea flowers.

Full sun for best bloom
Height  72-96″

Spacing  96-120″

Zones 5-8

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Lilac, Josee- Rebloomer!
Lilac, Josee- Rebloomer!
Lilac, Josee- Rebloomer!

This Lilac Blooms 4 Times or more a Year !


Sweet lilac fragrance from Spring thru Fall with lavender-pink Josee. .

This is a dwarf variety that grows to  4-1/2 ft tall and wide.  Excellent choice for hedge, specimen, or low border.  Also makes a nice foundation plant.
Blooms profusely each spring, and with deadheading continues to bloom all summer and into the fall.
Hardy and a low-maintenance plant
Hardy from Zones 2 – 9

BLOOMS AT A YOUNG AGE!!  Often the first year planted.  (From a spring planting)

NOTE:  This is a very popular Lilac and sells out fast. 

 

Full Sun
Container grown in gallon pots.  Shipped bare root to semi-bare root.

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Lilac, Miss Canada
Lilac, Miss Canada
Lilac, Miss Canada

You will love having this in your yard!  A heavily flowering cross between Redwine and Hiawatha with deep rose-pink flowers.  Nice, rounded compact shape and very fragrant!

Zone 2-8

 6-9 feet

Full Sun
Container grown in gallon pots.  Shipped bare root to semi-bare root.

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Lilac, Miss Canada 5 Gallon Size SPECIAL SALE
Lilac, Miss Canada 5 Gallon Size SPECIAL SALE
Lilac, Miss Canada 5 Gallon Size SPECIAL SALE

You will love having this in your yard!  A heavily flowering cross between Redwine and Hiawatha with deep rose-pink flowers.  Nice, rounded compact shape and very fragrant! Zone 2-8  6-9 feet Full Sun Container grown in gallon pots.  Shipped bare root to semi-bare root.

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Lilac, Miss Kim
Lilac, Miss Kim
Lilac, Miss Kim

A dwarf, compact lilac with pale purple flower buds that open lavender blue. Attractive dark green foliage and vigorous growth.

Zone 3

3-5 feet

Fragrant

Full Sun
Container grown in gallon pots.  Shipped bare root to semi-bare root.

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Lilac, Purple Old Fashioned
Lilac, Purple Old Fashioned
Lilac, Purple Old Fashioned

This old fashion lilac bears large fragrant blossoms in May and is considered the most fragrant of all lilacs! Moderate growing shrub with dark green foliage. Used commonly for hedges, screens, and as a specimen plant.

Zone 2-8        10-20′ at maturity.  May be kept shorter by pruning.
Container grown in gallon pots.  Shipped bare root to semi-bare root.

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Lilac, White Old Fashioned
Lilac, White Old Fashioned
Lilac, White Old Fashioned

This old fashion lilac bears large fragrant white blossoms in May and is considered one of the most fragrant of all lilacs! Moderate growing shrub with dark green foliage. Used commonly for hedges, screens, and as a specimen plant.

Zone 2-8        10-20′ at maturity.  May be kept shorter by pruning.
Container grown in gallon pots.  Shipped bare root to semi-bare root.

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