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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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Bayberry, Northern Seed
Bayberry, Northern Seed

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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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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Plum, American (NATIVE)
Plum, American (NATIVE)
Plum, American (NATIVE)

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 Hardiness Zones: 5-9
Also known as wild plum.  Often grown as a shrub but can be grown as a tree.  Edible, sweet fruit.  Not large, but these 1″ yellow to red to purple fruit are sweet and very juicy.  Makes fantastic plum jam!  Rapid growth to 12-20′.  Prefers full sun, but will tolerate some shade.  Common as an understory tree in nature.

White, fragrant flowers in early spring.

  Grown as single leader, not shrub form.  Container grown trees are 36-48″ tall.

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Redbud, American Eastern
Redbud, American Eastern
Redbud, American Eastern

American Redbud or Eastern Redbud and sometimes referred to as the Judas tree as it dates back to biblical times.

Very handsome, small tree with gracefully ascending branches, reaches 20 to 30 feet. Perfect reddish purple flowers open to a rosy-pink, March-April. Emerging heart-shaped reddish purple leaves turn green, then yellow-green in fall. Origin: New Jersey to Florida, west to Missouri and Texas and northern Mexico.  Zones 4-10

Great as a single specimen, in a group, in a shrub border, and especially nice in woodland and naturalized type landscapes.

2 Gallon size trees are 3 yr. old .    Fast growing up until about 12′, then growth slows somewhat.  Excellent for use under canopy of large trees and should have afternoon shade in southern zones.

 

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Rugosa Rose, Seed
Rugosa Rose, Seed
Rugosa Rose, Seed

Ah, yes……….. the perfection of a rose in mid-summer. The sweet fragrance emitted from perfectly formed petals is why this is the flower of choice for many.
But, to obtain the perfect rose one needs to have the perfect soil, a perfect watering regimen, and a lot of time. For those of you who don’t fall into this category, consider the species Rosa rugosa. It is not as neat and upright the hybrid teas, and the flower petals tend to go helter-skelter. It sometimes has a kind of shaggy, unkempt look about it. That’s what gives this plant its character. Named for the wrinkled (rugose) surface of its glossy green leaves, this rose is a charmer that can soften and naturalize any area.

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Viburnum, Blue Muffin™
Viburnum, Blue Muffin™
Viburnum, Blue Muffin™

A new compact selection of Arrowwood Viburnum! The perfect sized plant for residential landscapes. This compact beauty has loads of white spring flowers, and an impressive display of rich blue berries. Makes a great low hedge or foundation plant. Good container growing plant. Attracts songbirds.  Berries are NOT edible.

The habit is dense and multistemmed with arching branches. The foliage is glossy dark green, fall colors are yellows, reds and purples.

Hardiness: USDA Zone 3-9

Size: 3 to 5 feet 3 to 4 feet wide

Exposure: Very adaptable! Full sun, partial shade or shade

Soil: Adaptable to many soils, moderate moisture

Uses: Not only is this plant showy, it’s very utilitarian. Use it as a small hedge, a foundation plant or on the edge of a woodland setting.

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