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Our World Famous 160 Page Plant Reference Guide.
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evergreen shrub with white stomatic bands below. Forms a compact little globe
that has no leader and matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide. Excellent plant for rock
gardens, grows 1 to 3” per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Abelia Edward Goucher - Edward Goucher Pink Abelia. A broadleaf,
evergreen, flowering shrub that matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. The foliage is
lustrous dark green in summer turning bronze-green to bronze-purple in the
winter. Flowers are ¾” funnel-shaped purple-pink in color and last from
May through frost. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Abies Bracteata - Bristlecone Fir. One of the few Abies species with prickly needles.
It is named for its peculiar cones. This slow growing, broadly conical evergreen
tree offers sharp green leaves on a brown bark. Excellent specimen plant.
Matures at 80’ high
by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Abies Chensiensis Prostrata Glauca - Prostrate Blue Shensi Fir. Evergreen ground
covering shrub that is found in the mountains of West China to the Burma border.
Cultivar is darker green than species and grows prostrate. Needles are shorter than
species. Plant grows 6 to 12” per year. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Abelia Grandiflora - White Glossy Abelia. A broadleaf, evergreen, flowering
shrub that matures at 3 - 6’ high by 3 - 6’ wide. The foliage is lustrous dark
green in the summer turning bronze-green to bronze-purple in the winter.
Flowers are white-flushed pink,
¾” funnel-shaped. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Abelia Grandiflora Sherwoodii - Sherwood White Abelia. A broadleaf,
evergreen, flowering shrub that matures at 3 - 3 ½’ high by 4 - 4 ½’ wide.
The foliage is smaller and more refined than that of Abelia Grandiflora. The
foliage is lustrous dark green in the summer turning purple-green in the
winter. Flowers are white-flushed pink, ¾” funnel-shaped.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Abies Concolor - Concolor White Fir. Bluish or grayish green needle type evergreen
tree with pale bluish bands beneath. Known as the best fir for the mid west and
east. Tree grows 30’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Abies Concolor Candicans - Candicans Blue-White Fir. Evergreen conical tree that
has 2 inch long powder blue needles. Some say this is the most blue of all blue
trees. Plants grow 6
to 12” per year. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Abies Alba Compacta - Compact Dwarf Silver Fir. Needle type evergreen,
offering glossy green leaves with silver undersides. A dense, dwarf form,
globose, usually wider than tall. Plant grows only 2 - 4” per year. This is an
excellent specimen plant.
Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Abies Concolor Compacta - Compact Blue-White Fir. A dwarf compact form of
Concolor Fir. An evergreen conical tree that has 2 inch long, powder blue
needles. Plant has a main leader and a blue cast. Grows at a rate of 1 to 3” per
year. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Abies Alba Green Spiral - Green Spiral Silver Fir. Needle type evergreen,
offering glossy green leaves with silver undersides. A pendulous form of
silver fir having an erect main leader with the side stems twisted in a tight
spiral and headed down. Plant grows 6 to 12” per year. Matures at 30 feet.
Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Abies Concolor Conica - Dwarf Blue-White Fir. A compact, narrow, dwarf form
with a broadly conical habit. Evergreen needles same as species with a blue color.
Has a nice form. Grows at a rate of 4 - 8” per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Abies Alba Pendula - Weeping Dark Green Fir. Needle type evergreen, offering glossy
green leaves with silver undersides. The tree contorts upward with a main leader while
all side branches are pendulous. Plant grows 8 to 16” per year. Hardy in zones 3 -6.
Abies Alba Pyramidalis - Columnar Silver Fir. Needle type evergreen,
offering glossy green leaves with silver undersides on dense branches. This
is a columnar form that grows in a tight upright shape. Plant grows 6 to 12”
per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Abies Concolor Gable’s Weeping - Gable’s Dwarf Weeping White Fir. Evergreen
shrub that is a dwarf weeping green form of Concolor Fir. Grows slightly upright
with leader leaning over. Very nice fir for small gardens. Grows 2 to 4” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Abies Concolor Mora - Mora Dwarf Blue Concolor Fir. Evergreen fir found in the
mountains of Northeast Central New Mexico near the town of Mora, Mexico.
Found 30’ high as a flat broom that was 5’ wide. Extra blue foliage. Grows 3 - 4”
per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Abies Balsamea - Balsam Fir. Lustrous dark green needle type evergreen tree
with white stomatic bands below. Matures at 45’ high by 25’ wide.
Excellent specimen plants or for use as Christmas trees. Hardy in zones 3
- 6.
Abies Concolor Scooter - Scooter Concolor White Fir. Evergreen shrub. Fir found
in the mountains East of Silver City, New Mexico. Broom is green, tight and very
good looking. Grows 1 ½” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Abies Balsamea Nana - Dwarf Balsam Fir. Lustrous dark green needle type
Abies Delavayi Nana Herdford - Herdford Dwarf Yunnan Fir. A variety of Yunnan
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Fir from West China. Evergreen needles are about ¾” long, pointed and dark
green. Plant seems to be a flat spreading globose shape. Grows 3 - 6” per
year. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Abies Lasiocarpa Arizonica - Cork Fir. Small, narrowly pyramidal, evergreen tree
with thick corky bark. Foliage is densely arranged but spreading, 2-ranked,
silvery-gray-green ½ -1 ½” needles that have a waxy coating. Matures at 90’ high
by 10 - 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 6.
Abies Fraseri - Fraser Fir. Pyramidal evergreen tree with stiff, horizontal
branches and very resinous, gray or pale yellowish brown stems. Shiny,
downy, dark green ½ - 1” needles that are white-banded beneath, crowded
and directed forward. Matures at 30 - 40’ high by 20 - 25’ wide. Hardy
in zones 4 - 7.
Abies Lasiocarpa Arizonica Glauca - Blue Cork Fir. Pale bluish-green needle type
evergreen tree with silvery - gray stomatal bands below. The perfect conical blue
tree with soft needles offering a grayish or chalk-white bark. Cones are oblongcylindric, 2 to 4” long and dark purple. The plant looks like a Colorado Blue
Spruce but soft to the touch.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Abies Grandis - Grand Fir. A very tall, evergreen tree with remarkably flat,
feathered needles that are arranged distinctly pectinate. The glossy dark
green leaves are arranged in tidy rows on opposite sides of the stem. Native
to the Pacific Northwest, and important to the timber industry. Matures at
80’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Abies Grandis Johnsoni - Johnson Grand Fir. A narrow dark green columnar
form of Grand Fir. The glossy dark green, evergreen leaves are arranged in
tidy rows on opposite sides of the stem. Bark on new foliage is olive.
Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Abies Lasiocarpa Arizonica Glauca Compacta - Compact Blue Cork Fir. A tight
blue pyramidal dwarf cork fir that matures at 10 - 15’ high by 6 - 10’ wide.
Evergreen leaves radiate around stem not across from each other like large
growing blue cork fir.
Grows 1 ½” to 3” a year. Matures at 10-15’ high by 6-10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5
- 7.
Abies Koreana Aurea - Dwarf Compact Golden Korean Fir. A slow growing,
dwarf compact evergreen tree that grows upright with a leader or it can be
topped to make a flat shrub. The plant offers 2 - 3” long x 1” wide rich
violet purple cones. Grows 2 to 4” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Abies Lasiocarpa Green Globe - Green Globe Alpine Fir. A tight green globe of
small needles and large buds. Another nice fir for the small garden. Grows ½ - 1”
per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Abies Lasiocarpa Utah - Utah Alpine Fir. A tight, green, evergreen globe of small
needles and large buds. Broom is a little taller than wide. Found in Northwest
Utah. Grows 1 - 2” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Abies Koreana Glauca - Blue Korean Fir. Small, conical tree with shiny, dark
green ½ - ¾” leaves that are silver beneath. Needles are arranged radially
but mainly on the upper surface of each shoot. Plant produces cylindrical,
violet-blue 2 - 3” cones. Plant matures at 30’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 6.
Abies Magnifica Shastensis - Shastensis Red Fir. Columnar evergreen tree with a
narrow crown and thick trunk. Leaves are gray-green to bright blue-gray above
and gray banded beneath. Leaves are 1 ½ - 2” long and lie flat along the upper
surfaces of the shoots and are arranged like the teeth of a comb beneath. Produces
barrel shaped, golden green 7 - 10” cones. Matures at 80’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Abies Koreana Glauca Pendula - Weeping Blue Korean Fir. Small, conical,
pendulous evergreen tree with shiny, dark green ½ - ¾” leaves that are silver
beneath. Needles are arranged radially, but mainly on the upper surface of
each shoot. Matures at 30’ high
by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 6.
Abies Pindrow - West Himalayan Fir. This evergreen plant is very zone sensitive.
Very tall narrow growing with brown-gray bark. Needles are dark green, very soft
and long. Grows 12 - 18” per year. Hardy in zones 8.
Abies Koreana Horstsmann’s Silberlocke - Horstmann’s Silberlocke Fir.
Plant introduced by Gunter Horstmann of Germany. Each leaf is bent round
backwards with the silver side up. Plant looks silver. A real collector’s
item. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Abies Pinsapo - Spanish Fir. A beautiful evergreen species with needles arranged
radially, never in two rows. Tree is pyramidal when young, later becoming
irregular. Offers rigid, dark green to glaucous, gray-blue needles. Excellent tree
for specimen use. Matures at 80’ high by 15 - 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Abies Lasiocarpa - Alpine Fir. Also known as Cork Bark Fir, or Rocky
Mountain Fir. Small, narrowly pyramidal, evergreen tree with corky bark.
Densely arranged but spreading, 2-ranked, gray-green ½ -1 ½” needles that
have a waxy coating. Matures at 90’ high
by 10 - 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 6.
Abies Pinsapo Aurea - Golden Spanish Fir. A beautiful evergreen species with
needles that are sulfur-yellow. The plant grows slower than the species and has
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Foliage is dark green above, blue-green beneath, turning orange and red in late
autumn and early winter. Bears erect racemes of pale yellow flowers. Ideal in a
small garden or large container. Also popular for bonsai work. Matures at 30’
high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
plastic like leaves. This cultivar needs a protected place in the average
garden as it is susceptible to sunburn, especially in the winter. Matures at 80’
high by 15 - 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Abies Pinsapo Glauca - Blue Spanish Fir. A blue conical form of Spanish fir.
Evergreen plant has brown buds on the end of sharp-pointed silver-blue
needles. Grows 6 to 12”
a year and will reach 60 feet at maturity.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Acer Buergerianum Goshiki Kaede - Goshiki Kaede Variegated Trident Maple. The
name of this plant translated is “5-color-maple”. It is one of the variegated trident
maples. Deciduous leaf is smaller than the species and the plant forms a semidwarf habit. Shows some pink when new growth comes out, but the white and
green in all different positions on the leaf is what makes this plant stand out.
Grows 8 - 16” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Abies Pinsapo Horstmann Nana - Horstmann Dwarf Globe Spanish Fir.
Bluish-green needles on a dwarf globe. Very nice small evergreen garden
plant. Beautiful purple-red male stamens. Grows 2 - 4” per year. Hardy in
zones 6 - 7.
Acer Buergerianum Naruto Kaede - Naruto Kaede Trident Maple. This cultivar,
likeTancho, was selected for its leaf shape. Each deciduous leaf appears to form a
sharp-pointed “T”. The leaves are bright shiny green on top, but glaucous beneath.
This cultivar grows with a little more vigor than its twin. Also has a brown tint
on leaves instead of purple. Grows 12 - 24” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Abies Procera Blue Spiral - Blue Spiral Noble Fir. A symmetric columnar
blue pillar evergreen. Plant will be 30” across at base, when it reaches 15’
high. Grows 8 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Acer Buergerianum Tancho - Tancho Dwarf Trident Maple. This cultivar grows as
a dwarf form of deciduous maple. It still has the leaves with the center lobe as a
triangle, and the side lobes extend at right angles, showing the “T” form. Fall
colors are rich gold with red blended in. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones
5 - 9.
Abies Procera Glauca - Blue Noble Fir. A conical evergreen tree that later
becomes broad and columnar. It has whorled branches when young and
silvery gray bark. The needles are gray-green to bright blue-green with
narrow gray bands beneath. If no leader developes, it becomes a prostrate
spreading form. Matures at 80 feet high by 25 feet wide.
Hardy in zones 5-7.
Acer Campestre - Hedge Maple. Slow growing, rounded, dense, deciduous tree with
dark green, ovate to rounded, 5-lobed 2 - 4” leaves. Foliage is composed of 3 - 5
rounded, entire lobes, softly hairy beneath, turning yellow in the fall. Bears
corymbs of 5 green flowers, followed by flat, horizontal winged fruit. Suitable as
a large hedge. Matures at 25’ high by 35’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Abies Procera La Graciosa - La Graciosa Noble Fir. A graceful evergreen
that grows in a prostrate mounding form. The original plant that is 16 years
old is 5’ wide by 3’ high. Hardy in zone 5 - 7.
Abies Procera Sherwoodii - Sherwood Golden Noble Fir. An attractive
yellow-needled cultivar. Sometimes called ‘Aurea’, an illegitimate name.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Acer Campestre Queen Elizabeth - Queen Elizabeth Hedge Maple. Small to
medium sized deciduous tree, that is rounded with a flat top. The plant is more
vigorous that the species, branches are at 45 degree angles and the foliage is darker
green and larger than the species. Fall foliage color is yellow. Matures at 25’ 35’ high by 35’ wide. Hardy in zones 5-8.
Abies Procera Stanley’s Select - Stanley’s Select Blue Noble Fir. A perfect
symmetrical pyramid of blue. It has whorled branches when young and
silvery-gray bark. The evergreen needles are bright blue-green with narrow
gray bands beneath. Matures
at 80 feet high by 25 feet wide.
Hardy in zones 5-7.
Acer Circinatum - Green Vine Maple. A deciduous, spreading, bushy, tall shrub or
small tree, forming a multi-stemmed plant of 15 - 18’. Foliage is rounded, deeply
7 - 9 lobed, light green 5” leaves that offer a brilliant scarlet red fall color with
tones of orange and yellow. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Abies Veitchii Olivaceae - Veitch Fir. Fast-growing, conical, evergreen tree
with soft, densely arranged glossy, dark green 1 ¼” needles that curve
upward and are silver on the reverse. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Matures at
50’ high by 12 - 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Acer Circinatum Little Gem - Little Gem Dwarf Green Vine Maple. A deciduous
shrub or small tree that matures at 3 feet. Dwarf compact form of vine maple.
The leaf is normal but miniature. It is a light shade of green and colors very
nicely in the fall, becoming orange and crimson. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Buergerianum - Trident Maple. Also known as Three-toothed Maple.
Spreading, deciduous tree with obovate, 3-lobed, glossy 3 ½” leaves.
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color turning brilliant scarlet, orange or yellow in the fall. Matures at 30’ high by
30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Acer Circinatum Monroe - Monroe Green Vine Maple. A deciduous shrub or
small tree with multi-dissected foliage. The leaf divides into 5 to 7 lobes,
each separated entirely to the center of the leaf. A green leaf color offering
a spectacular scarlet red in the fall. The plant will mature at 10 - 12’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Griseum - Paperbark Maple. Slow growing, oval to rounded, deciduous tree,
that matures at 20 - 30’. Plant offers a striking silhouette with bare branches
angling out and up from main trunk and reddish bark peeling away in paper-thin
sheets while dormant. Offers a brilliant red fall color. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Acer Circinatum Pacific Fire - Pacific Fire Red Bark Vine Maple. A fast
growing vine maple with very nice chartreuse leaves. The outstanding
feature of this deciduous plant is the bark that all year round is as red as a
Sango Kaku in winter. Some of the other parts of the plant have the red in it
as well. Light green leaves with gold fall color. Matures at 10’ high by 8 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Grosseri - Snakebark Maple. A deciduous tree growing 20 - 35’ tall. Has
boldly streaked bark and tringualar-ovate leaves, each with 3 shallow side lobes.
Foliage is ovate, unlobed or shallowly lobed mid-green 6” leaves that turn
bright yellow, red orange, and purple in fall. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Acer Davidii - Pete David’s Maple. A deciduous tree growing 20 - 35’ tall.
Bark shining green striped with silvery white. Foliage is ovate, unlobed or
shallowly lobed mid- green 6” leaves that turn bright yellow, red orange,
and purple in fall. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Acer Japonicum 6910 - 6910 Full Moon Green Japanese Maple. A large growing
deciduous, Japonicum tree with medium size foliage. Foliage color is green
turning
red in the fall. Typical for species, selected for shape and fall color.
Grows 6 - 12” per year and matures at 15’ high by 10 - 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Acer Freemanii Autumn Blaze - Autumn Blaze Maple. A fast growing
deciduous tree that has a dense, oval-rounded head and a central leader
with ascending branches. Bears deeply lobed, rich green leaves that offer
persistent orange-red fall color. Matures at 50’ high
by 40’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Acer Japonicum Aconitifolium - Fernleaf Green Full Moon Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree, growing 15’ in height. Multi-divided and deeply
cut leaves offering a fern-like appearance. Offers a spectacular scarlet red shaded
with carmine for its fall color. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Ginnala - Amur Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 15 25’. Plant offers slender, arching branches and deeply three lobed, toothed
leaves that offer striking red fall color. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Acer Japonicum Aureum - Gold Full Moon Japanese Maple. Synonym for Acer
Shirasawanum Aureum. A deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 6 feet.
Its leaves are a chartreuse color developing a red margin in fall to give it its name.
Growth is 3 to 6” a year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Ginnala Compactum - Compact Amur Maple. Dense compact deciduous
shrub that will grow to 5 - 6’ and sometimes larger. Foliage is a lustrous
dark green and offers a good red-purple in the fall. Plant offers slender,
arching branches and deeply three
lobed, toothed leaves. Matures at 12’
high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Acer Japonicum Ezono Momijii - Ezono Momijii Full Moon Japanese Maple. A
medium sized deciduous tree with short growth that looks layered. The leaves
have 11 lobes and are light yellow-green in the spring. Gold and red fall color.
Matures at 12’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Ginnala Flame - Flame Amur Maple. Dense deciduous shrub or small
tree with red fruits and fiery red fall color. Plant offers slender, arching
branches and deeply three lobed, toothed leaves that offer striking red fall
color. Matures at 15’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Acer Japonicum Green Cascade - Green Cascade Full Moon Japanese Maple.
Deciduous japonicum has the weeping dissectum form of a palmatum, with large
dissected green leaves. Fall color is spectacular with yellow orange and crimson
all at the same time. Matures
at 8 - 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Glabrum - Rocky Mountain Maple. Upright growing, shrubby deciduous
tree with shiny green leaves. Native to inter mountain west. Fall color is
yellow to orange. Matures at 30’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Acer Japonicum Itaya - Itaya Full Moon Japanese Maple. An upright stock and
thick tree. Leaf outline is round and is the large leaf type. Deciduous foliage is
light green turning red, yellow and orange in the fall. Grows from 12 - 18” per
Acer Grandidentatum Rocky Mountain Glow - Rocky Mountain Glow Big
Tooth Maple. Deciduous tree that looks like Acer Saccharum but is much
smaller. Leaves are 2 1/2 - 5” with 3 - 5 blunt lobes and are mid-green in
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year. Matures at 15 - 20’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Japonicum Ogurayama - Ogurayama Full Moon Japanese Maple.
Deciduous leaves are lime green, cupped and hairy on the top side, turning
orange with scarlet in the fall. This plant grows only 3 - 6” per year.
Matures at 6’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum - Green Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree, slowly
growing up to 20’. Foliage is glowing red in spring becoming soft green in the
summer. Leaves turn scarlet, orange or yellow in fall months. Hardy in zones 5 8.
Acer Japonicum Oisami - Oisami Full Moon Japanese Maple. A vigorous
large rounded plant reaching 15’ high. The deciduous leaves are a good
green with no sun burning. Fall color is a mix of gold, red and scarlet.
Matures at 12 - 15’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Aka Shigitatsu Sawa - Aka Shigitatsu Sawa Variegated Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree, growing to 8 - 10’, it offers new leaves that
are maroon when buds first open. Later the foliage offers dark veins with all
inter-spaces a light basic yellow green, having strong overtones of pink or red.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Japonicum Vitifolium - Vitifolium Full Moon Japanese Maple. Like the
leaves of a grape, large and green. Gold is the main fall color with crimson
and scarlet mixed in on this deciduous tree. The growth is 6 - 12” per year
with a mature height of 24’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Akaji Nishiki - Bonfire Red Japanese Maple. This deciduous shrub
or small tree offers brilliant scarlet red foliage. The buds open in the spring with a
brilliant show of bright crimson which will remain for about a month. Then the
color begins to bronze during the summer months. Fall colors become prominent
attain in the flame red tones. Matures at 12 - 15’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Macrophyllum - Big-leaf Maple. Also known as Oregon Maple.
Vigorous, deciduous tree with broadly ovate, deeply 5-lobed, glossy, dark
green 8 - 12” leaves. The foliage turns orange-brown in the fall. Plant
offers yellow-green flowers in long, pendent racemes that are followed by
large, bristly, winged fruit. Matures at 70’ high by 70’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Acer Palmatum Ao No Hichi Goshan - Ao No Hichi Goshan Dwarf Green Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree, growing up to 6’. The bright green foliage
holds color all season, offering a pleasant yellow fall color. This is a small upright
growing plant that is well adapted growth. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Ao Shime No Uchi - Ao Shime No Uchi Dwarf Green Japanese
Maple. A dwarf linearlobum type deciduous plant. Leaves are bright green,
holding color into summer. Fall color is gold. Good plant for bonsai. Matures at
6’ high.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Macrophyllum Seattle Sentinel - Seattle Sentinel Big-leaf Maple.
Acer Negundo Flamingo - Flamingo Box Elder Maple. Fast growing upright,
deciduous tree. Plant has gaucous shoots and 8” green leaves with broad
pink margins that turn white in the summer. Matures at 50’ high by 30’
wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Aoyagi - Aoyagi Green Japanese Maple. This deciduous tree is
known for its bark which is light lime green. Its name translated means ‘Green
Coral’. Color intensifies in winter. Plant should be planted next to ‘Sango Kaku’.
Matures at 10’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8
Acer Negundo Kelly’s Gold - Kelly’s Gold Box Elder Maple. Fast growing
upright, deciduous tree. Pinnate 8” leaves that have 3 - 9 golden green 4”
leaflets. Fall color is bright yellow. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Asahi Zuru - Rising Sun Variegated Japanese Maple. Deciduous
shrub or small tree that will grow 9 - 12’ in height. Offers rich green leaves with
sharply defined and clear variegations. Leaves vary from entirely white to
completely green with small patches of white. Leaves will emerge with a light
pink color which later turns white.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Negundo Sensation - Sensation Box Elder Maple. Slower-growing
upright, rounded, deciduous tree with controlled rate of growth, resulting in
improved branch structure.
Has 8” pinnate leaves with 3 - 9 ovate, medium-green 4” leaflets. Fall color
is brilliant red. Matures at 30’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Acer Palmatum Atrolineare - Atrolineare Red Japanese Maple. The deciduous
foliage is dark, black-red in spring washing out some in the summer. Leaves are
very narrow and string like. Fall color is brilliant red. Grows tree-like to 12’ high
by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Negundo Variegatum - Variegated Box Elder Maple. Fast growing
upright, deciduous tree. Plant has gaucous shoots and 8” green leaves with
broad white margins. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 -
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Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Atropurpureum - Red Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or
small tree that will grow 15 - 20’. Offers purplish red color in spring that
becomes bronze to bronzy green during the summer, cultivars hold color
better in summer. Bright fall colors.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Beni Ubi Gohon - Beni Ubi Gohon Red Japanese Maple. This
small deciduous plant is a red linearlobum variety. Makes a small 6’ shrub.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Bloodgood - Bloodgood Red Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or
small tree that matures at 20 feet. The most common red upright maple. Holds its
black-red color in summer with a crimson-red fall color. Reported to be hardier in
some places than other red uprights. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Azuma Murasaki - Azuma Murasaki Red Japanese Maple.
The leaves are deeply divided with red on top and green on the bottom. The
samara of this deciduous plant are also red, giving a two-tone look to the
plant. Fall color is red. Mature plant will reach 16’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Bloodrich - Bloodrich Red Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or
small tree that matures at 20 feet. Offers a deep red summer color and a bright
crimson fall color.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Beni Fushigi - Beni Fushigi Red Japanese Maple. Deciduous
tree that in spring comes out with deeply cut leaves that are very intense red,
turning back to pink and red. Grows from 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Boskoop Glory - Boskoop Glory Red Japanese Maple. Deciduous
shrub or small tree, that grows up to 20’. Foliage is deep red and takes the hot sun
really well. Offers beautiful red fall color. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Beni Kawa - Beni Kawa Green Japanese Maple. Deciduous
shrub or small tree that has red bark. That is the bark is red rather than coral
in color. Foliage is small green leaves that turn gold in the fall. Plant grows
in a V shape and matures at 20’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Burgundy Flame - Burgundy Flame Red Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 15 - 20’. Foliage is deep burgundy
red and offers a beautiful red fall color. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Beni Komachi - Beni Komachi Red Japanese Maple (the red,
beautiful little girl). Deciduous shrub or small tree that will grow 8 - 10’.
This plant offers a bright crimson leaf that begins to darken as the leaf
matures. The older foliage is greenish-red edged in crimson. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Burgundy Lace - Burgundy Lace Red Japanese Maple. Deciduous
shrub or small tree, that grows up to 15’ tall. Early coloration is typical burgundy
red, becoming bronzy or greenish in full hot sun. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Butterfly - Butterfly Tricolor Variegated Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 12’. Small foliage offering cream
color around green on irregularly shaped leaves. Sometimes having pink margins
between the two colors. The white areas become a striking magenta in the fall.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Beni Maiko - Beni Maiko Red Japanese Maple. In spring,
foliage is brilliant scarlet-red. The name means ‘Red Dancing Girl’. The
leaves are irregular and small. Deciduous plant forms a bush-style maturing
at 6’. Good for containers and patio plants. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Chisio - Chisio Red Japanese Maple. Brilliant crimson with a bit of
orange in the spring. In midsummer foliage is green. Fall colors come back with
an orange-red. This deciduous plant grows like a shrub, takes pruning, nice plant
for a patio. Matures
at 8’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Beni Otake - Beni Otake Red Japanese Maple (Red Bamboo).
Deciduous shrub or small tree that will grow 10 - 12’. The plant is upright
with a layered look. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Beni Schichihenge - Beni Schichihenge Variegated Japanese
Maple (Red and Changeful). Deciduous shrub or small tree, that grows up
to 6 - 8’. The foliage is similar to that of the ‘Butterfly’ Japanese Maple but
the markings are orange rather than pink. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Chitoseyama - Chitoseyama Weeping Purple-Red Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 10 feet. A cascading plant that
offers purple red deeply divided leaves, that turn bronze green in the summer and
bright crimson in the fall. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Beni Tsukasa - Beni Tsukasa Variegated Red Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree, that grows up to 5’. Foliage is bright
yellow-red or peach tones in the spring changing to shades of pink and red
with greenish undertones.
Acer Palmatum Coonara Pygmy - Coonara Pygmy Dwarf Green Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 6 feet. A dwarf form of palmatum
offering foliage that has good green tones and fall colors are orange to a flame
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tone. This is an excellent variety for bonsai. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Corallinum - Corallinum Green Japanese Maple. Salmon
pink spring leaf color. Foliage turns green in the summer and red in the fall.
Twiggy, small deciduous plant maturing at 6’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Crimson Queen - Crimson Queen Red Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 10 feet. A deep red foliage
that holds well in the summer, it offers a brilliant scarlet fall color. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Assorted - Assorted Laceleaf Japanese Maples. A
selection of laceleaf Japanese Maples will be made from the following list,
based on the best varieties for your area. This mix can include both green
and red varieties.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Ebony - Ebony Red Laceleaf Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 15 feet. A dark-red form of
dissectum that holds its color in the summer. This is considered one of the darkest
red dissectums of the nursery trade. It offers beautiful red fall color. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Ao Shidare - Ao Shidare Green Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. The leaves of this deciduous plant are a medium size and double
dissected in typical form. This dissectum differs from the most common
green forms because the secondary cuts are not as deep and the points of
each leaf are blunt or give a blunt appearance. The leaves are more bluegreen than lime-green. Nice fall color. Plant grows 4 - 8” a year. Matures at
9’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Atropurpureum - Red Laceleaf Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 15’ high by 15’ wide. A
purple-green lace leaf with green samaras. This very old cultivar bronzes in
the summer sun. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Ever Red - Ever Red Laceleaf Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 15 feet. A red form of dissectum
that hold its color in the summer. This is considered one of the better red
dissectums of the nursery trade. It offers beautiful red fall color. Hardy in zones 5
- 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Baby Lace - Baby Lace Dwarf Green Laceleaf
Japanese Maple. New plant still very rare. A dwarf dissectum with new
pink foliage over green. Nice tight form and color. Deciduous leaves are
very dissected. Fall color is red. Plant grows 2 - 4” per year. Matures at 3’
high. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Flavescens - Flavescens Weeping Green Laceleaf
Japanese Maple. A green leafed deciduous cultivar with irregular habit and
pendulous branches. The leaves are more yellow-green than green and fall color is
orange. Growth rate is 3 - 6” per year. Matures at a height of 6’. Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Baldsmith - Baldsmith Red Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows to approximately 6 feet.
The foliage is a red-orange color that appears almost apricot on green. It
has a beautiful red fall color. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Garnet - Garnet Red Laceleaf Japanese Maple. Foliage
is a red-orange like the name implies. Aggressive grower, will grow up to 3’ per
year with heavy fertilization. Deciduous plant matures at 10’. Hardy in zones 5 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Barrie Bergman - Barrie Bergman Green
Laceleaf Japanese Maple. Plant named by Bergman out of Pennsylvania
who put his name indiscriminately on a lot of plants. A dissectum type with
rust-red on green. A very slow grower, maybe 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Germains Contorta - Germains Weeping Green Laceleaf
Contorted Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 10
feet. It is a strong growing, weeping green laceleaf. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Filigree - Filigree Dwarf Variegated Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 6’ high x 9’ wide. The
foliage is a yellow green with a white mid-vein in every leaf. The fall color is
gold.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Goshiki Shidare - Goshiki Shidare Variegated Laceleaf
Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 4 feet. A
moderately cascading cultivar that has variegated foliage of pink, white and green.
The fall color is a purple on the variegated foliage. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Beni Shidare - Beni Shidare Red Laceleaf
Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 15 feet. A
red-green laceleaf foliage that offers green samaras. The plant turns bronze
green in the summer but offers a brilliant red fall color. Hardy in zones 5 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Green Mist - Green Mist Laceleaf Japanese Maple. A
green leaf dissectum with a red-pink hue over the green. Deciduous leaf is very
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Variegated Laceleaf Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures
at about 8 feet. The basic leaf color is green with margins that are colored red or
rust-red as the leaves first unfold. The foliage offers a yellow or orange-yellow
fall color. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
deeply cut and turning red for fall Grows 3 - 6” per year. Matures at 6’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Inaba Shidara - Red Select Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 10 feet. Offers large
leaves with purple red color that holds through summer and turns crimson in
the fall. Also known as the “rice plant”. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Rubrifolium - Rubrifolium Red Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at about 10 feet. This is a leaf
that is more brown-red or rust-red. It has a green main vein that shows in each
dissected lobe. The fall color is a rich gold with occasional crimson edges.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Orangeloa - Orangeloa Green Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 10 feet. A cascading
dissectum that has orange new foliage which fades to a green with a purple
hue.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Seiryu - Seiryu Upright Green Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at about 12 feet. This is a
small round headed tree with gracefully held finely cut foliage. The foliage is
bright green through spring and summer and a golden yellow with orange-red
tones in autumn. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Ornatum - Ornatum Green Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. A very old cultivar with red turning to green and then to a multiple
of fall colors. Deciduous plant matures at 6’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Shojo Shidare - Shojo Shidare Red Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. A small growing dissectum with deep maroon color. Weeps down very
fast. Deciduous small leaves that lose red fall color. A mature plant will reach 6’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Palmatifidium - Palmatifidium Green Laceleaf
Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 8 feet high
by 10 feet wide. This plant cascades right to the ground, almost at right
angles. The green foliage offers a gold to crimson color for fall. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Super Red - Super Red Laceleaf Japanese Maple. Offers
a deep red foliage that holds well in the summer and a brilliant scarlet red fall
color. Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at about 8 feet. Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Pendula Julian - Julian Weeping Purple Laceleaf
Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that grows up to 8 feet.
This plant offers purple leaves that hold good color into the summer. Its fall
colors range from orange to crimson.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Tamukeyama - Tamukeyama Red Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at about 12 feet. Spring leaves
are crimson-red becoming dark purple-red later in the summer. The color holds
well into the summer changing to bright scarlet in the fall. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Red Assorted - Assorted Red Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. A selection will be made from only the red leafed varieties of
laceleaf Japanese Maples, that are best suited for your location.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Toyama Nishiki - Toyama Nishiki Variegated Laceleaf
Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at about 6 feet. The
basic leaf color is purple-red to greenish-red, variegated with pink and white
markings. Some leaves are completely pink when they first open in spring. Does
best in shade.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Red Dragon - Red Dragon Laceleaf Japanese
Maple. Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at about 10 feet. Red
Dragon is the ultimate laceleaf. The spring color is Christmas-red fading
back to deep purple-red. It holds color well during the summer offering
crimson as the fall color. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Viridis - Viridis Green Laceleaf Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 6 feet. A green dissectum with
orange fall color. There is no red that will give you this nice of a fall color. Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Red Filigree Lace - Red Filigree Dwarf Laceleaf
Japanese Maple. Outstanding, lacy, minute, red deciduous leaves. Partial
sun is required due to the thread like leaves that burn in full sun. Might
make 3’ in life time. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Waterfall - Waterfall Green Laceleaf Japanese Maple.
The green dissected leaves are like most viridis types but slightly larger. Fall
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Roseo-Marginatum - Roseo-Marginatum
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long. This is true bonsai material, as the
plant is very compact and extremely
dwarf. Deciduous plant matures at only 3’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
foliage color is gold. This deciduous plant was found and named by Henry
Hohman in the 1920’s. Plant matures at 10’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Elegans - Elegans Green Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub
or small tree that matures at 10 feet. New spring foliage is yellowish turning
dark green. Fall color is bright orange tinged with red. Hardy in zones 5 8.
Acer Palmatum Hanazono Nishiki - Hanazono Nishiki Variegated Japanese Maple.
The name translation means ‘garden flower’. This plant has green leaves with
pink and cream variegation. When fertilized too heavy plant loses variegation.
Colors are most predominate in spring with some pink markings on stems. A
small deciduous plant that grows at a rate of 6 - 12” per year and matures at 6’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Fireglow - Fireglow Red Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or
small tree that matures at about 15 feet. The tree offers new bright red
foliage not a purple tone like most and has a bright red fall color as well.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Harusame - Harusame Variegated Japanese Maple. This deciduous
plant is found in the variegated class of palmatums. To find variegated leaves on
this plant is very difficult. Sometimes one leaf will be half white. This twiggy
little tree is best known for fall colors. Red leaves with yellowish brown
markings. Matures at 6’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Fjellhiem - Fjellhiem Miniature Green Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub that grows only 1 - 2” per year. It is a miniature in both
leaves and stems. The plant resembles a miniature ‘Sango Kaku’. Offers
bright red stems with little green leaves the size of a penny. Offers great
yellow fall color.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Heptalobum - Heptalobum Green Japanese Maple. Leaves are of
good green substance and tend to be the largest in the palmatum group. This is a
sturdy upright deciduous tree which tends to spread, thus becoming wider and
shorter than the typical palmatum. Matures at 15 - 18’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Glowing Embers - Glowing Embers Red Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at about 15 feet. Foliage is red
in spring darkening in the summer with a bright red fall color. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Heptalobum Hessei - Hessei Red Japanese Maple. Leaves are deep
purple-red from spring to early summer, then turning to bronze, the fall color is a
brilliant crimson. The leaf is also deeply divided with 7 long and narrow lobes
almost to the center of the leaf. A deciduous spreading type plant that matures at
12’. This is a very hardy variety. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Goshiki Kotohime - Goshiki Kotohime Variegated Japanese
Maple. This deciduous shrub or small tree has the dwarf and self-layered
look of ‘Shishigashira’, but all the new foliage in full sun is speckled with
pink and red, turning back to green and white variegated leaves. Grows at a
rate of 3 - 6” per year. Matures at 3 - 4’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Higasayama - Higashayama Variegated Japanese Maple. A Vshaped grower, this deciduous plant has a variegated leaf. The leaf is green with a
margin of white, then has a margin of pink around it. The flower of this plant
breaks open with a red leaflet with yellow hanging pistils. Matures at 18 - 20’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Green Trompenburg - Green Trompenburg Japanese Maple.
The deciduous tree matures at about 20 feet. A large upright plant that has
dark green leaves that are rolled on the edges like its counter part Red
Trompenburg. The fall leaf color is red and orange. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Hogyoku - Hogyoku Green Compact Japanese Maple. Shiny star
shaped green leaves like those of the japonicum. Deciduous plant is a neat upright
grower with
a layering effect. Fall color is the best pumpkin orange available.
Matures at 10’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Hagoromo - Hagoromo Green Japanese Maple. Deciduous
tree that offers unusual dark green leaves that appear as having five feathertype divisions joined with a stem. Foliage offers fall colors that are a blend
of yellows and oranges in light tones. Matures at 15 - 18’. Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Hoshi Kuzu - Hoshi Kuzu Dwarf Variegated Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 6 feet. The leaves are small and star
shaped with light green leaves that have cream-green variegation that is not
uniform. Pink may also be found bordering the leaves in spring.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Hanami Nishiki - Hanami Nishiki Dwarf Green Japanese
Maple. This has been called the nicest dwarf palmatum on the market.
Leaves are light green with an orange-red tinge. Leaves are only ½ to 1”
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Acer Palmatum Hupp’s Dwarf - Hupp’s Dwarf Green Japanese Maple. A
dwarf or miniature shrub type. This plant has nice green leaves that vary in
size. Some leaves are ½” across and 1” long or they can be 1 ½” wide by 2”
long. Leaf scars are compressed on stems like ‘Shishigashira’ but plant is
much smaller. Plant will be no bigger than a basketball in 10 years. Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Ibo Nishiki - Ibo Nishiki Green Japanese Maple. This cultivar
is a tall growing deciduous tree with species type foliage. The outstanding
feature is the rough bark effect. ‘Ibo’ in Japanese means warty. The warty
bark is slow to show up and mostly can be found on 3-year wood and
older. Fall colors range from yellow to orange and crimson. Matures at
20’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Iijima Sunago - Iijima Sunago Red Japanese Maple. Large
leaf with a purplish-brown color. The foliage turns to a spectacular yelloworange-red fall color. This is a round headed, deciduous tree that matures
at 15’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Inazuma - Inazuma Purple-Red Japanese Maple. Also known
as ‘The Thunder’. A round headed shrub like plant growing to about 10’.
Leaves are purple with green veins and are deeply divided. Fall colors are
crimson. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Issai Nishiki Momiji - Issai Nishiki Momiji Dwarf Green
Japanese Maple. This is a very dwarf, deciduous plant with extremely
rough bark. The word ‘Issai’ means one year or short period, which pertains
to the rough bark showing up so fast. Grows 4 - 8” per year. Matures at 10’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Jiro Shidare - Jiro Shidare Green Japanese Maple. This is a
green leafed, cascading form. Shoots first come out erect and then go
pendulous, almost to the ground. Deciduous plant forms a round-headed tree
that will be 9’ at maturity. Brilliant crimson colors can be expected in the
fall. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Kagiri Nishiki - Kagiri Nishiki Variegated Japanese Maple.
Just like ‘Butterfly’ but more pink and less white. V-shaped twiggy
deciduous plant growing to 12’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Kamagata - Kamagata Green Japanese Maple. This variety
was selected by J.D. Vertrees. The deciduous plant forms a small round
shrub. The foliage is congested making a layered effect. Spring color is
green with red margins. Fall color is yellow and orange with a splash of
red. Matures at 10’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Karasugawa - Karasugawa Variegated Japanese Maple. Leaves
and stems come out pink. Due to the almost all pink variegation this plant needs
some shade. Deciduous plant is not a very vigorous grower, grows upright with
twiggy habit, and will mature at 8’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Kasagiyama - Kasagiyama Variegated Japanese Maple. A nice
spring plant, leaves come out a variegated brick-red. Like a ‘Aka Shigitatsu Sawa’
but bright red. The veins in the leaves are a different color. Matures at 8’. Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Kashima - Kashima Green Japanese Maple. Deciduous shrub or
small
tree that is a very dwarf form that is widely used for a bonsai. The rich green
leaves are five-lobed, the new foliage is very light yellow-green with margins a
brick or rust color, thus making the new foliage very noticeable. The fall colors
are mostly in the yellow tones. Matures at 4 - 5’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Katsura - Katsura Orange-Red Japanese Maple. This is a small
twiggy form of palmatum. Spring leaf colors are pale yellow and orange together.
Fall colors are yellow and orange. Deciduous plant will mature at 8’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Ki Hachijo - Ki Hachijo Green Japanese Maple. An upright strong
growing cultivar with striped bark, bluish gray over green. Leaves are green and
narrow. Fall
color is yellow with orange and reds adding in. Deciduous plant
matures at 15’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Kinran - Kinran Purple-Red Japanese Maple. Woven with golden
strings. Hard to describe this beautiful plant. It has long pointed leaves, that are
purplish-red, but have a bright green in the mid vein of every leaf. Fall colors are
a gold leaf with crimson overtones. Plant makes a round-topped, large, deciduous
bush. Can be sheared and likes to grow in containers. Plant matures at 12’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Kiyohime Yatsubusa - Kiyohime Yatsubusa Dwarf Green Japanese
Maple. A deciduous shrub or small more horizontal growing tree that matures at
4 - 6 feet. New foliage is tinged in an orange-red which is lightly and delicately
shaded into the center of the light green leaf. It offers a yellow-orange fall color.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Klass Red - Klass Red Japanese Maple. A deciduous shrub or small
tree. A red form of dissectum that holds its color in the summer. The plant offers
beautiful red fall color. Matures at 8 - 10’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Kogan Nishiki - Kogan Nishiki Green Japanese Maple. This
cultivar makes a tall fast growing palmatum type plant. Leaves are dark green
and 5 - 7 lobed. In spring leaves have yellow tips changing back to green. The
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name means ‘Golden Brocade’. Fall colors of this deciduous plant are from
yellow to orange. Grows at a rate of 12 - 24” per year. Hardy in zones 5 8.
Acer Palmatum Koreanum - Koreanum Green Japanese Maple. A deciduous
shrub or small tree that matures at about 20 feet. Foliage is bright green
and offers brilliant yellows to orange blended with reds in the fall. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Koshibori Nishiki - Koshibori Nishiki Variegated Japanese
Maple. The leaf is light green edged in orange on a tall twiggy deciduous
plant growing to 12’. The variegation is referred to as a sand dusted form.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Koshimino - Koshimino Green Japanese Maple. Small green
feather-like deeply serrated leaves. Deciduous plant can get up to 12’.
Foliage is only about ½” in width and no two are alike. Hardy in zones 5 8.
Acer Palmatum Koto Hime - Koto Hime Green Japanese Maple. An upright
grower with some of the smallest leaves found on palmatum. The new
leaves come out a bright rose to orange-red and change to green in the
center. Leaves turn apple green in summer. Sturdy little deciduous plant,
used for bonsai. Matures at 3’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Koto No Ito - Koto No Ito Green Japanese Maple. This is a
member of the linearlobum group. The leaves are green and so is the bark.
Foliage turns red in the fall. Densely branched, deciduous plant that
matures at 6’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Kurabeyama - Kurabeyama Green Japanese Maple. Leaves
come out rusty looking and turn to a deep-green. The leaf is very thick to
the touch. Each leaf is seven lobed and separated to the base. Fall color is
bright crimson. Deciduous plant makes a vigorous mound, reaching 7’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Kurui Jishi - Kurui Jishi Green Japanese Maple. Cultivar
looks like ‘Okushimo’ with little leaves where the margin has turned in,
appearing almost star-shaped. Foliage offers a delightful yellow in the
fall. Upright, dwarf deciduous
tree that matures at 6’. Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Linearlobum - Linearlobum Threadleaf Green Japanese
Maple. The leaves are green and narrow like the name implies. Looks like a
bamboo plant without the canes. Deciduous tree matures at 12’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Lutescens - Lutescens Green Japanese Maple. The new spring
growth is yellow-green which soon changes to a rich green in summer. The best
part of this plant is the fall color which is a bright gold. Plant is a large leaf
palmatum that is a very big grower. Deciduous plant matures at 20’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Mama - Mama Green Japanese Maple. Leaf description of this
cultivar is very difficult because there are no two leaves alike. Foliage color is
bright green and classified as 5-lobed it changes to a beautiful blend of yelloworange in the fall. Deciduous plant matures at 10’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Margaret Bee - Margaret Bee Red Japanese Maple.
Acer Palmatum Masukagami - Masukagami Red Japanese Maple. New foliage is
red with pink overtones. Later in the season the plant has green leaves. Looks
white due to the sand-dusted effect of the variegation. Deciduous plant matures at
12’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Mikawa Yatsubusa - Mikawa Yatsubusa Dwarf Green Japanese
Maple. Known as the best Dwarf Japanese Maple on the planet. Leaves overlay
each other
with light green color. All the growth is congested together
because of the shortened nodes. The leaves are slightly larger than most leaves
found on dwarf plants.
Beautiful fall color of yellow and red. Deciduous
plant matures at 3’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Mizu Kuguri - Mizu Kuguri Green Japanese Maple. This small
deciduous plant has a 7 lobed leaf that has pinkish hues on the top side of the leaf
while the bottom side is green. Turns darker green as the season turns to summer.
Plant grows 3 - 6” per year and matures at 6’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Moonfire - Moonfire Black-Red Japanese Maple. A deciduous
shrub or small tree that matures at 15 feet. This is a good black-red leaf cultivar.
This plant does not bronze out during the summer. Foliage offers a delightful
crimson fall color.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Murasaki Kiyohime - Murasaki Kiyohime Dwarf Green Japanese
Maple. This deciduous plant has the same horizontal form as ‘Kiyohime
Yatsubusa’ but its little green leaves have a purple margin around the edge. Fall
foliage color is gold or blends of orange. One of the nice dwarf forms of the
‘Yatsubusa’ group. Matures at 3 - 4’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Mure Hibari - Mure Hibari Variegated Japanese Maple. The name
means ‘a flock of skylarks’. The name is related to the dainty cut leaf of the
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vigorous upright plant that offers black-purple foliage. Even the bark of twigs and
branches is a deep maroon color. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
plant. Leaves are green with brick colored margins. Very hardy medium
size plant. Fall color is yellow to crimson blends. Plant grows 6 to 12” per
year. Deciduous plant matures at 20’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Musa Muraski - Musa Muraski Red Japanese Maple. Very
brilliant red cultivar that holds red on lower side of leaf. Plant in full sun to
get best color. When grown in shade leaves turn black-red tone with deep
green shading in the center of the lobes. Fall colors come back with an
orange-red. Deciduous plant matures at 12’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Musashino - Musashino Purple-Red Japanese Maple. The
leaves deep purple-red with a light pubescence. Strong, upright, deciduous
tree that will reach 25’. Fall colors are a brilliant crimson. This tree has
been a cultivar in Japan for over 300 years. It should be just as hardy as
‘Bloodgood’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Nana Seqawa - Nana Seqawa Green Japanese Maple. The
spring foliage of this cultivar starts with a crimson color which soon changes
to purplish-red. In early summer as the green tones begin to develop, the
veins turn a contrasting green. By midsummer the entire leaf is green. The
deciduous tree turns back bright crimson for fall. Matures at 9’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Nishiki Gasane - Nishiki Gasane Variegated Japanese Maple.
Plant is a variegated gold variety. The deep green leaf is speckled with gold.
The markings almost make blotches across the leaf. Very sensitive to sun.
Gold will burn and if in shade will not color up. An upright growing,
deciduous tree that will mature at 10’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Nishiki Gawa - Nishiki Gawa Dwarf Variegated Japanese
Maple. A rough pine-like bark is the feature of this cultivar. The leaves are
bright green and small with a red margin. The fall color is yellow. Matures
at 3’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Nishiki Momiji - Nishiki Momiji Green Japanese Maple.
Same as Issai Nishiki Momiji. These leaves are light green and look like
fingers. The deciduous plant has a very different look, with red fall colors.
Plant matures at 15’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Nishiki Sho - Nishiki Sho Green Japanese Maple. Rough bark
maple. Plant does not show bark until 3 - 5 years. When rough bark
appears it is completely up the stem. Different than ‘Nishiki Gawa’. Used
in bonsai. Deciduous plant matures at 20’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Nuresagi - Nuresagi Black-Purple-Red Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 15 - 20 feet. This is a large
Acer Palmatum Ogon Sarasa - Ogon Sarasa Green Japanese Maple. Spring leaf is a
red color over green turning to solid green in summer. Fall colors are orange
and crimson. Plant forms a tall, deciduous shrub. Matures at 12’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Okagami - Okagami Purple-Red Japanese Maple. A deciduous
shrub or small tree that matures at 12 feet. Leaves come out purplish-red in the
spring and turn a blackish-red as the leaves mature. Fall colors turn the plant
lighter tones again with red and scarlet. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Okushimo - Okushimo Green Japanese Maple. This deciduous
plant has green leaves that turn upward around the margin to a point forming a
tube on each lobe. The tree is V-shaped and has a gold fall color. Matures at 25’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Omato - Omato Green Japanese Maple. A large green leaf with a
spot of orange in spring. A nice strong structured, deciduous plant that may reach
20’. Fall colors are brilliant red. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Omuryama - Omuryama Green Japanese Maple. This deciduous
plant has a unique shape and looks like a willow tree. Upright grower with
green ribbon-like leaves cascading on pendulous branches. Fall color is scarlet.
Matures at 20’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Orange Dream - Orange Dream Japanese Maple. New from
Holland. Plant comes out with normal palmate size leaves that are yellow with a
orange margin all around the leaf. Upright growing deciduous tree. Fall colors are
brilliant. Matures at 18’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Oregon Sunset - Oregon Sunset Red Japanese Maple. A deciduous
shrub or small tree that matures at 8 - 10’. The foliage is a nice dark red that offers
a truly beautiful Oregon sunset of color in the fall. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Orido Nishiki - Orido Nishiki Variegated Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 20 feet. The best variegated
Japanese Maple. Leaf is green, white, and pink in splashes. The bark on the tree in
new growth is red and purple striped. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Osakazuki - Osakazuki Green Japanese Maple. A deciduous small
tree that matures at 20 - 25’. A very large leaf green palmatum that offers the most
intense red fall coloration of all the maples. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Oshio Beni - Oshio Beni Orange-Red Japanese Maple. A
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deciduous small tree that matures at 20 - 25’. The leaf is a orange-red rather
than purple-red as other “red” cultivars like ‘Bloodgood’. The leaves are
smaller and turn red in the fall.
Hardy to zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Oshu Shidare - Oshu Shidare Maroon Japanese Maple. This
deciduous plant is a round-headed tree with cascading branches. Leaves
are maroon with lobes separated to the stem. Fall color is brilliant crimson.
Grows in a shrub form. Matures
at 10’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Otome Zakura - Otome Zakura Red Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 8 feet. The spring color is
brilliant crimson scarlet. This may be the best spring color palmatum and
the fall color is also crimson. Hardy to zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Peaches N Cream - Peaches N Cream Variegated Japanese
Maple. The deciduous plant is a cross between ‘Shigitatsu Sawa’ and ‘Aka
Shigitatsu Sawa’. In the spring, leaves have greenish cream color with rose
red covering. Grows in a shrub form. Matures at 6’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Pixie - Pixie Red Japanese Maple. A deciduous shrub or small
tree that matures at 6 feet. A dwarf red leaf that offers the color of
‘Bloodgood’. Its fall color is red. Hardy to zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Red Assorted. - Assorted Red Japanese Maple. A selection
will be made from the red leafed Japanese Maples that will work best for
your location. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Red Pygmy - Red Pygmy Dwarf Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 6 feet. A dwarf linearlobum
type with red or bright red-maroon lace-like leaves that deepen into a more
purplish tone in the late summer.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Red Spider - Red Spider Japanese Maple. A strong red
linearlobum type plant from Canada. Fall color is red. Deciduous plant
matures at 12’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Red Wood - Red Wood Green Japanese Maple. A deciduous
shrub or small tree that matures at 15 feet. This seedling plant has coral bark
just like Sango Kaku, but the old wood stays red instead of turning gray.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Roseo-Marginata - Roseo-Marginata Variegated Japanese
Maple. A deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 12 feet. Spring
foliage on this variegate is reddish, changing to a greenish red in
midsummer. The markings vary from indistinct
to very bold, they are
whitish with an occasional overtone of pink. The foliage offers a crimson
fall color. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Ruby Glow - Ruby Glow Red Japanese Maple.
Acer Palmatum Ryuzu - Ryuzu Green Japanese Maple. A dwarf compact small
deciduous plant. Leaves of green with light pink. Leaves overlap and each twig
has a slight shank in it. Great plant for bonsai. Matures at 8’. Hardy in zones 5 8.
Acer Palmatum Sagara Nishiki - Sagara Nishiki Variegated Japanese Maple.
Imagine someone taking a yellow felt pen and dotting the margin of a light green
leaf all the
way around. Deciduous plant matures at 8’. Hardy in zones 5 8.
Acer Palmatum Sango Kaku - Coral Bark Green Japanese Maple. A deciduous
shrub or small tree that matures at 20 feet. The coral bark maple is known for its
bright coral colored bark. The leaves are a bright tone of green turning to gold in
the fall.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Satzuki Beni - Satzuki Beni Green Japanese Maple. A strong
upright growing plant. Foliage is large and has red around the margins like ‘Tsmi
Gaki’. This deciduous plant seems to have more vigor and a better growing habit.
Fall colors are of flame and crimson tones. Matures at 16’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Sazanami - Sazanami Orange-Red Japanese Maple. A deciduous
shrub or small tree that matures at 6 feet. The foliage is sharp pointed and has a
saw-tooth edge. Spring leaf color is light orange-red with a contrasting light green
center vein. Fall color is in the gold tones. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Scolopendrifolium - Scolopendrifolium Green Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 15 - 20 feet. The large leaves appear
delicate because of the five long, narrow lobes with bright green foliage until
fall
when strong yellow colors appear. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Sekka Yatsubusa - Sekka Yatsubusa Green Japanese Maple. This
deciduous plant has nice green leaves with a rust along edges. Stems are flattened
and fasciated. Good in full sun, easily propagated and nice for Bonsai work.
Turns yellow for fall color. Matures at 6’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Shaina - Shaina Dark Red Dwarf Japanese Maple. A deciduous
shrub or small tree that matures at 6 feet. Brilliant new red foliage in the spring
with an even
more spectacular red fall color. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Sharp’s Pygmy - Sharp’s Pygmy Dwarf Japanese Maple. A very
nice dwarf cultivar that needs no pruning. Looks like a natural bonsai. Fall
color is deep crimson red. Deciduous plant matures at 3’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
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Acer Palmatum Sherwood Flame - Sherwood Flame Purple-Red Japanese
Maple. A deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 12 feet. Offers a
reddish purple foliage
with deeply serrated leaves. Retains its foliage
color very well through the summer, fading very little toward the redgreen tones. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Shigitatsu Sawa - Shigitatsu Sawa Variegated Japanese
Maple. A deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 6 feet. The leaf is
reticulated with a network of prominently-colored green veins with light
yellow or yellow-green interspaces. The unique markings are bright and
gives the plant the look of a white leaf. Colors hold well when protected
from the hot sun. The foliage changes to a red, or rich red-green tone in
the fall. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Shigure Bato - Shigure Bato Variegated Japanese Maple. A
slow growing upright deciduous shrub. Leaves are dissected as a lace leaf.
Leaf has feathery appearance and green with red-rose almost completely
over the top. Fall colors are gold to crimson. Matures at 6’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Shindeshojo - Shindeshojo Red Japanese Maple. In the spring
this is a most brilliant foliage plant. It is a flaming scarlet, or crimson
scarlet color during the
first month of spring, as midsummer arrives the
color turns to a pleasant reddish-green. Occasionally leaves are found with
minute flecking of light cream or white. In the fall, the colors become
blends of reds and orange on this decidous plant.
Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Shishigashira - Shishigashira Green Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 10 feet. The bright green
foliage is small and curly which adds to the effect. The plant looks as if it
had been layered or bonsaied, but is natural. The fall color is a brilliant
scarlet. A must for the dwarf garden. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Shishio Hime - Shishio Hime Variegated Dwarf Japanese
Maple. Young foliage has red on edges of leaves. Good container plant.
This decidous plant grows in a round, dwarf form that matures at 6’. Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
crimson on small leaves turning to a good green later in summer. Plant used for
patio containers and bonsai. Deciduous plant that matures at 6 - 9’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Sketer’s Broom - Sketer’s Broom Red Japanese Maple. A witch’s
broom found by Raraflora Nursery, Pa. A red congested sport looking like
Bloodgood. Red fall color. Deciduous matures at 6’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Suminagashi - Suminagashi Maroon-Red Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 12 feet. Spring color is a bright
purple-red, becoming almost a black-red or very deep maroon in early summer.
From midsummer into fall, the colors gradually change to a deep green-red and
brown-red. Fall color is crimson tones. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Superbum - Superbum Red Japanese Maple. A deciduous shrub or
small tree that grows up to 20 feet. Offers a deep purple-red or maroon leaf color
with bright crimson fall color. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Taimin Nishiki - Taimin Nishiki Variegated Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 12 feet. Bright green foliage is
marked with white and yellow combinations in irregular and varied patterns. In the
fall, the markings become brighter, with rose tones coloring the white and yellow
portions. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Tama Hime - Tama Hime Green Japanese Maple. This deciduous
plant
is one of the smallest Yatsubusa types. Great for bonsai. Leaves are
green and thin.
Fall color is red, crimson, and yellow. Matures at 3’. Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Tennyo No Hoshi - Tennyo No Hoshi Variegated Japanese Maple.
A deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 10 feet. Foliage is a strong green
with variegation of cream or light cream-green which seems entirely confined to
edging around each lobe. The fall color, while not strong, turns to a pleasant
mixture of pale reds and rose. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Tiny Tim - Tiny Tim Green Japanese Maple. A miniature witch’s
broom with new foliage being pink over green. Leaves are the size of a penny.
Plant when 2 years old is no bigger than your fist. Deciduous plant that matures at
2’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Shojo Nomera - Shojo Nomera Red Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 12 feet. The foliage is a good
purple-red in the spring with an undertone of green in the summer that is
overshadowed with a bright orange-red. The fall color is red. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Trompenburg - Trompenburg Purple-Red Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 15 feet. The foliage is a rich, deep
purple-red with the edge of the leaf rolling down. The leaf holds the color well
and is crimson in the fall.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Shoshio Improved - Shoshio Improved Green Japanese
Maple. This is a multi-branched, shrub-type plant. Spring color is bright
Acer Palmatum Tsuchigumo - Tsuchigumo Green Japanese Maple. Known as ‘The
Ground Spider’. Semi-dwarf plant with curling leaves. Spring leaves are rust-red
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plant that grows in a fastigiate form and will only reach 4’ at maturity. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
changing to bright green. Fall colors are gold leaves with crimson edges.
Deciduous plant that matures at 8’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Tsukushigata - Tsukushigata Purple-Red Japanese Maple.
Leaves are a purple-red with a contrasting green mid vein through every
lobe. Plant puts on seeds that are almost chartreuse in color. Tree makes a
round topped small plant. Deciduous plant that matures at 10’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Ueno Yama - Ueno Yama Orange-Green Japanese Maple. A
medium upright tree with brilliant spring color. Leaves come out bright
orange and end up green. Color lasts for about two weeks. Fall colors are in
the yellows and oranges. Deciduous plant that matures at 15’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Ukigumo - Ukigumo Variegated Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 6 to 7 feet. Most of the leaves
are marked in varying degrees by white and pink spots, sometimes
emerging into large areas. Some leaves are totally white or pink. The plant
will take full sun. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Ukon - Ukon Green Japanese Maple. The leaves of this
cultivar are yellow-green. Plant is an upright but slow grower. Fall color is
yellow and gold with some red. Deciduous plant that matures at 6’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Umegae - Umegae Brick-Red Japanese Maple. Spring foliage
is brick red, in sun, with green veins. Slow growing but spreading. Fall
color is crimson. Deciduous plant that matures at 6’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Versicolor - Versicolor Variegated Japanese Maple. Like
‘Orido Nishiki’ but not as colorful. Makes a well headed tree form.
Matures at 20’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Villa Taranto - Villa Taranto Green Japanese Maple.
Deciduous shrub or small tree that has light green leaves with a red overtone
on the new growth. Fall color is yellow. Foliage is a ‘Linearlobum’ type
leaf form. Matures at 6’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Wakehurst Pink - Wakehurst Pink Japanese Maple. In spring
green leaves have pinkish undertones. Mature leaves have large pink blotches and
flames all over. Openly branched, deciduous shrub growing to 12’ tall and 12’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Whitney Red - Whitney Red Japanese Maple. May be the darkest
red of all red maples. Leaves are 2” in diameter, glows in spring color. Fall color
is brilliant scarlet. Deciduous plant that matures at 20’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Wilson’s Pink Dwarf - Wilson’s Pink Dwarf Japanese Maple. A
small upright, deciduous shrub with tiny leaves. Spring color is a bright pink-red
and lasts for many weeks. Summer color is a faded green. Grows 4 - 8” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Wou Nishiki - Wou Nishiki Green Japanese Maple. Small serrated
leaves of green forming a thunder-head type tree. Foliage turns apricot and pink
during the fall. Deciduous plant that matures at 10’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Yezo Nishiki - Yezo Nishiki Red-Purple Japanese Maple. Upright
growing deciduous tree with an arching canopy. Spring color is reddish-purple,
that deepens as summer advances. Fall colors are brilliant carmine and scarlet.
Tree will mature at 20’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Palmatum Yubae - Yubae Black-Red Japanese Maple. A deciduous shrub or
small tree that matures at 15 feet. The foliage color is a strong bold dark red,
black-red, or maroon-red. Occasionally there will be a pink-red variegation on a
few leaves. The fall color is incredible, no wonder it is called “evening glow”.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Platanoides Cleveland - Cleveland Norway Maple. An upright-oval to ovalrounded, deciduous tree. Bears dense, dark green foliage with exceptional golden
yellow fall colors. Matures at 40 - 50’ high by 30 - 40’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 7.
Acer Palmatum Volubile - Volubile Green-Yellow Japanese Maple. Spring
foliage is yellow-green and gets deeper as summer arrives. Fall colors are
from yellow to crimson. Plant is a delicate upright medium tree. Deciduous
plant that matures at 15’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Platanoides Columnare - Columnare Norway Maple. Vigorous, compact and
narrowly upright, deciduous tree with large, broadly ovate, dark green 3 - 6”
leaves. Foliage is 3 - 5 lobed ending in slender-pointed teeth, and turning clear
yellow or falling green in the fall. Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 7.
Acer Palmatum Wabito - Wabito Green Japanese Maple. The name means
‘Lonely Person or Man’. Foliage is green but very unusual. Looks like a
toothed or tattered appearance to the leaf. Fall color is scarlet. Deciduous
Acer Platanoides Crimson King - Crimson King Red Maple. Vigorous, spreading,
deciduous tree with large, broadly ovate, 3 - 6” dark red-purple foliage, maturing
dark purple. Foliage is 3 - 5 lobed ending in slender-pointed teeth. Matures at 50’
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beneath and turn bright red in the fall. Makes an excellent shade, specimen, and
street tree. Matures at 70’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Acer Platanoides Crimson Sentry - Crimson Sentry Norway Maple.
Narrowly, upright growing deciduous tree with large, broadly ovate, 3 - 6”
dark red-purple foliage. Foliage is 3 - 5 lobed and ending in slenderpointed teeth. Matures at 40’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Acer Platanoides Deborah - Deborah Norway Maple. An upright-oval to ovalrounded, deciduous tree. Bears wavy-margined leaves, which open brilliant
red and then turn dark green in the summer. The foliage becomes a orangeyellow in the fall. Matures at 40’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Acer Platanoides Emerald Queen - Emerald Queen Norway Maple. Fast
growing deciduous tree with an oval-rounded outline. Ascending branches
support 3 - 6” dark green leaves that become bright yellow in the fall.
Matures at 50’ high by 40’ wide. Hardy in zones 3- 7.
Acer Rubrum Armstrong II - Armstrong II Red Maple. A fastigiate deciduous tree
that is tightly ascending in a dense form but gradually spreading out but with a
distinct upright shape. This tree offers a beautiful silver-gray bark and is faster
growing than upright Sugar or Norway Maples. Offers a distinctly 5-lobed green
leaf with deeply cut sinuses and silvery underside. Foliage turns yellow-orange in
the fall. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Acer Rubrum Autumn Flame - Autumn Flame Red Maple. Round-headed to opencrowned, deciduous tree with 3 or 5-lobed, ovate, dark green 4” leaves. The
leaves are grayish white beneath and turn brilliant red in the fall. Makes an
excellent shade, specimen, and street tree. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Acer Platanoides Fairview Flame - Fairview Flame Red Maple. Vigorous,
spreading, deciduous tree with large, broadly ovate, 3 - 6” dark red foliage
when new, maturing dark green. Foliage is 3 - 5 lobed ending in slenderpointed teeth. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Acer Rubrum Autumn Radiance - Autumn Radiance Red Maple. Dense oval
formed, deciduous tree with 3 or 5-lobed, ovate, dark green 4” leaves. The leaves
are grayish white beneath and turn brilliant orange-red in the fall. Makes an
excellent shade, specimen, and street tree. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Acer Platanoides Globosum - Globe Norway Maple. A deciduous tree that
has a dense, rounded head. Offers dark green 3 - 6” leaves, each with 3 - 5
lobes, ending in slender-pointed teeth and turning clear yellow or red or
falling green in the fall. Matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones
3 - 7.
Acer Rubrum Bowhall - Bowhall Scarlet Red Maple. A deciduous tree in an upright
form with a symmetrical, narrow, pyramidal head. The plant matures wider than
‘Armstrong’. Offering a good yellowish red fall color. Matures at 50’ high by 15’
wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Acer Platanoides Parkway - Parkway Norway Maple. Syn. with
Columnarbroad. Compact, and broadly upright deciduous tree that has an
oval crown while maintaining a strong central leader. Offers dark green
summer foliage turning bright yellow for fall. Tree matures at 40’ high by
25’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Acer Platanoides Royal Red - Royal Red Norway Maple. Vigorous, spreading,
deciduous tree with large, broadly ovate, 3 - 6” dark red-purple foliage,
maturing dark purple. Foliage is 3 - 5 lobed ending in slender-pointed
teeth. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Acer Rubrum Fairview Flame - Fairview Flame Maple.
Acer Pseudoplatanus - Green Sycamore Maple. Fast-growing, spreading,
rounded, deciduous tree, that produces 5-lobed, dark green 4 - 8” leaves.
Yellow-green glowers are borne in 5” pendent panicles followed by green,
sometimes red, winged fruit. Matures at 100’ high by 80’ wide. Hardy
in zones 4 - 7.
Acer Rubrum - Red Maple. Round-headed to open-crowned, deciduous tree
with 3 or 5-lobed, ovate, dark green 4” leaves. The leaves are grayish white
Acer Rubrum Karpick - Karpick Yellow-Orange Red Maple. A deciduous tree that
grows
in a dense narrow form. The plant has distinct red twigs and green
foliage that will turn yellow or red in the fall. Matures at 40 - 50’ high by 20’
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Acer Rubrum October Glory - October Glory Red Maple. Round-headed to opencrowned, deciduous tree. Glossy, 3 - 5 lobed, ovate, dark green 4” leaves. Foliage
is grayish white beneath, turning brilliant red in early fall. Makes an excellent
shade, specimen, and street tree. Matures at 70’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 9.
Acer Rubrum Red Sunset - Red Sunset Maple. Round-headed to open-crowned,
deciduous tree. Glossy, 3 - 5 lobed, ovate, dark green 4” leaves. Foliage is
grayish white beneath, turning bright red in early fall. Makes an excellent shade,
specimen, and street tree. Matures at 70’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
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Acer Rubrum Scanlon - Scanlon Red Maple. A deciduous tree that grows
dense and columnar, forms a compact conical crown. The foliage turns
red-orange in the fall. Matures at 50’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 9.
Acer Rubrum Scarlet Sentinel - Scarlet Sentinel Orange-Red Maple. A
deciduous tree
that is a vigorous fast grower and columnar in habit.
Foliage is a good rich green with 5-lobes. Fall color is yellow-orange to
orange-red. Matures at 45’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Acer Saccharinum - Silver Maple. Spreading, fast-growing, deciduous tree,
often with pendent branches. Sharply-toothed, shallowly to deeply 5-lobed,
4 - 8” leaves. Foliage
is light green above, silvery white beneath, and
turn yellow to orange or red in autumn. Matures at 80’ high by 50’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Acer Saccharum Flax Mill Majesty - Flax Mill Majesty Sugar Maple. A
densely branched and symmetrical, deciduous tree that is faster growing than
the species. The plant offers large, thick, dark green leaves that turn redorange in the fall. Matures at 70’ high by 40’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Acer Saccharum Green Mountain - Green Mountain Sugar Maple.
Deciduous tree with a dense, upright crown and large, broadly ovate, dull,
mid-green 3 - 7” leaves. Foliage
has 3 - 5 blunt lobes, which turns
brilliant orange to red and yellow in the fall. Matures at 70’ high by 40’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Acer Saccharum Legacy - Legacy Sugar Maple. Deciduous tree with a dense
crown,
and thick, glossy, dark green leaves that turn red or yelloworange in the fall. Plant
is drought resistant and well acclimated to
warm climates. Resists leaf tatter better
than most other sugar
maples. Matures at 70’ high by 40’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 -8.
Acer Shirasawanum Aureum - Golden Fullmoon Japanese Maple. A
deciduous shrub or small tree that matures at 6 feet. The spring foliage is
pale yellow-green of a very distinct tone, gradually becoming a darker green.
The fall colors are often spectacular, varying from orange through red and
occasionally blended with purple tones. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
green. Deciduous, rounded bush form. This plant is great for Bonsai and Alpine
gardens. Fall color is yellow with crimson thrown in. Matures at 6’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Acer Triflorum - Three Flower Maple. Broadly columnar to spreading, deciduous
tree with peeling, light brown bark and unevenly toothed, 3-palmate, mid-green 3”
leaves that have obovate to lance-shaped leaflets. Fall foliage is brilliant orange or
red. Matures at 30’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Acer Truncatum Platanoides Norwegian Sunset - Norwegian Sunset Purpleblow
Maple. A deciduous tree that offers an upright oval outline with good branch
structure and uniform canopy structure. Glossy dark green foliage turns orangered in the fall. Matures at 35’
high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Acer Truncatum Platanoides Pacific Sunset - Pacific Sunset Purpleblow Maple.
Deciduous tree that is upright spreading, with a rounded crown. This plant offers a
finer branch structure than ‘Norwegian Sunset’. Offers very glossy dark green
summer foliage and turns bright red in the fall. Matures at 35’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Achillea - Yarrow (Perennials). A most carefree and generously blooming perennial
plant. Offers flowers from early summer through early fall. Leaves are gray or
green, bitter-aromatic, usually finely divided. Flower heads usually in flatish
clusters held on elongated stems. Yarrows thrive in sun, need only routine care moderate watering
(but can endure much drought once established). Hardy
in all zones.
Achillea Hybrid Appleblossom - Appleblossom Lilac Pink Yarrow Perennial.
Vigorous, compact Galaxy hybrid with linear to lance-shaped, pinnatisect, midgreen leaves and lilac-pink flowerheads that are borne in 2 - 3” flat corymbs.
Matures at 24 - 36” high
by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Achillea Millefolium Moonshine - Moonshine Yellow Yarrow Perennial. Clumpforming perennial producing evergreen, linear to lance-shaped, pinnatifid, gray green leaves. Light yellow flowerheads with slightly darker disk florets are borne
in 4” corymbs from early summer to early autumn. Matures at 24” high by 24”
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Acer Shirasawanum Palmatifolium - Palmatifolium Japanese Maple.
Deciduous tree that is very hardy and strong growing. Leaves are bright
green and almost translucent. Fall colors are yellow and gold overshadowed
with crimson. Matures at 25’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Achillea Millefolium Paprika - Paprika Orange-Red Yarrow Perennial. Clumpforming perennial producing evergreen, linear to lance-shaped, pinnatifid, gray green
leaves. Orange-red flowerheads with slightly darker disk florets
are borne in
4” corymbs from early summer to early autumn.
Matures at 24” high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Acer Sieboldianum Sodo No Uchi - Sodo No Uchi Dwarf Japanese Maple. A
dwarf plant with the smallest foliage of the species. The foliage is light
Achillea Millefolium Summer Pastel - Summer Pastel Yarrow Perennial. Compact,
heat
and drought-tolerant group, with colors that fade less than other
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Millefolium selections. Colors include lavender, purple, white, apricot,
cream, rose and pink. May bloom the
first year from seed. Matures at
24” high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Achillea Millefolium Tomentosa - Wolly Lemon Yellow Yarrow Perennial.
Mat-forming perennial with linear, pinnatifid, woolly, gray-green leaves.
Bears dense 3” corymbs of lemon-yellow flowerheads. Matures at 14” tall
by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Acorus Calamus Variegatus - Variegated Sweet Flag (Marginal Aquatic
Perennials).
This is an excellent foliage plant with strap shaped
foliage. This plant offers fans of grass like leaves that resemble miniature
tufts of iris. This plant grows well in shallow margins of pools, great plant
for a bog garden or for marshy areas. Hardy in all zones.
Acorus Gramineus Ogon - Japanese Rush. (Marginal Aquatic Perennials)
Semi-evergreen, aquatic perennial with fans of 2-ranked, linear, glossy, 10”
leaves that are striped with pale green and cream. Matures at 10” high by 6”
wide. Hardy in zones 10 - 11.
Acorus Gramineus Variegatus - Variegated Japanese Rush. (Marginal
Aquatic Perennials) Semi-evergreen, aquatic perennial with fans of 2ranked, linear, glossy, rich green 10” leaves that are striped with creamy
white. Matures at 10” high by 6” wide.
Hardy in zones 10 11.
Aesculus Hippocastanum - Common Horse Chestnut. Vigorous, spreading,
rounded tree with 5 - 7 palmate, mid-green leaves consisting of obovate
12” leaflets. White flowers with yellow, later pink marks, open in conical
12” panicles during late spring. Flowers are followed by the well-known,
spiny fruit, regionally known as “buckeyes”. Matures
at 80’ high by 70’
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Aesculus X Carnea - Red Horse Chestnut. Deciduous spreading tree with 5 7 palmate, dark green leaves composed of stalkless or short-stalked, often
slightly twisted,
obovate 10” leaflets. Bears dark red or rose-red
flowers with yellow centers in
conical 8 - 12” panicles from late
spring to early summer. Matures at 70’ high by
50’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Aesculus X Carnea Briotii - Briotii Red Horse Chestnut. Spreading, deciduous
tree with 5 - 7 palmate, dark, glossy green leaves composed of stalkless or
short-stalked, often slightly twisted, obovate 10” leaflets. Bears dark rosered flowers with yellow centers in conical 10 - 14” panicles. Flowers are
borne from late spring to early summer, followed by spiny fruit. Matures at
70’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Aesculus X Carnea Fort McNair - Fort McNair Red Horse Chestnut. Deciduous
spreading tree with 5 - 7 palmate, dark green leaves composed of stalkless or
short-stalked, often slightly twisted, obovate 10” leaflets. Bears dark red or rosered flowers with yellow centers in conical 8 - 12” panicles from late spring to
early summer. Matures at 70’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Agapanthus Africanus Assorted - Lily of the Nile (Perennial). This is an excellent
perennial with strap-shaped leaves, to 12 in or more long. In late summer, bears
trumpet-shaped deep blue flowers. The flowers are borne in rounded umbels 6 10 inches across.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Agapanthus Africanus Headbourne - Headbourne Hybrid Lily of the Nile
(Perennial). Vigorous, clump forming perinnial with trumpet-shaped flowers
ranging from deep violet to pale blue. Flowers are 2 - 3” long are borne in the
summer. Some are among the hardiest of the genus. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Ajuga Reptans - Bronze Carpet Bugleweed (Perennial). A fast growing perennial
groundcover that spreads by runners and makes a mat of dark green leaves. Bears
mostly blue flowers in 4 - 6 inch high spikes during the spring and early summer.
Hardy in all zones.
Ajuga Reptans Burgundy Lace - Burgundy Lace Bugleweed (Perennial).
Albizia Julibrissin - Mimosa Tree. Large deciduous shrub or small tree with a domed
crown when mature. Fern-like, light to mid-green 12 - 18” leaves. Leaves have
many small, sickle-shaped leaflets. Bears terminal 3 - 6” clusters of spherical,
pink or tannish pink 1 ½” flowerheads in the summer. Grows quickly and is often
short-lived. Matures at 20’ high by 12 - 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Alepocurus Pratensis Aureovariegatus - Yellow Foxtail Grass.
Alnus Rubra - Red Alder. Vigorous growing deciduous tree that forms a conical
shape with semi-pendent shoots. Offers red-veined 4” glossy, dark green leaves.
Clusters of 2 to 5 pendent 6” long catkins open in early spring, followed by 1 1/4”
ovoid-oblong fruit in the summer. Matures at 80’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Alyssum Saxatile Gold Dust - Gold Dust Alyssum. Evergreen, moundformingperennial with rosetted, obovate, occasionally pinnatifid, toothed, hairy,
gray-green 1 1/4 - 3” leaves. Dense panicles of bright yellow 1/2” flowers are
produced in late spring and early summer. Matures at 8” high by 12” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Amelanchier Canadensis - Shadblow Serviceberry. Dense, erect suckering
deciduous shrub with oblong-elliptic to obovate 1 1/2 - 2” leaves. Foliage is
white-hairy when young, becoming almost hairless when mature, and mid green in
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the summer, turning yellow to orange and red in the fall. Offers erect 1 -2
1/2” racemes of white flowers that open in the spring, followed by sweet,
blue-black 1/4 - 1/2” fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 7.
Amelanchier X Grandiflora Autumn Brilliance - Autumn Brilliance Apple
Serviceberry. Spreading, sometimes shrubby deciduous tree producing
ovate 1 ¾ - 3” leaves that are bronze with hairy undersides, turning green in
late spring, orange and red in the fall. Bears pendent 2 ½ - 3” racemes of
white flowers in the spring, followed by sweet, juicy, blue-black ¼ - ½”
fruit. Matures at 25’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Ampelopsis Brevipedunculata - Porcelain Vine. Vigorous climber producing
palmately 3-lobed, occasionally 5-lobed, dark green, hairy 2 - 6” leaves.
Branched, axillary cymes of small green flowers are borne in summer,
followed by attractive, almost spherical ¼ - 3/8” fruit. The fruit progresses
from green to light blue to darker blue and purple shades. Matures at 15’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Ampelopsis Brevipedunculata Elegans - Elegans Variegated Porcelain Vine.
Vigorous climber producing palmately 3-lobed, occasionally 5-lobed, dark
green, hairy 2 - 6” leaves that are heavily mottled white and pink.
Branched, axillary cymes of small green flowers are borne in summer,
followed by attractive, almost spherical ¼ - 3/8” fruit. The fruit progresses
from green to light blue to darker blue and purple shades. Matures at 15’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Andromeda Polifolia - Bog Rosemary. Variable, erect or semi-prostrate shrub
producing pointed, linear-oblong, leathery, dark green ½ - 1 ½” leaves.
White or pale pink flowers are borne on slender flower stalks, in 2 - 5
flowered umbels from spring to early summer. Matures at 16” high by 24”
wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Andromeda Polifolia Blue Ice - Blue Ice Bog Rosemary. An extremely
interesting, slow growing evergreen shrub. The foliage is stiff, leathery,
textured with a blue cast to it. It offers perfect flowers that are white tinged
pink, ¼ ” long, urn-shaped and borne in May. Matures at 12” in height by
24” wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Andromeda Polifolia Glauca Nana - Dwarf Blue Bog Rosemary. An
extremely interesting, slow growing evergreen shrub. The foliage is stiff,
leathery textured with a blue cast to it. It offers perfect flowers that are
white tinged pink, 1/4” long, urn-shaped and borne
in May. Matures
at 12” in height by 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Andromeda Polifolia Nana - Dwarf Bog Rosemary. An extremely interesting, slow
growing evergreen shrub. The foliage is stiff, leathery textured with a blue cast to
it. It offers perfect flowers that are white tinged pink, 1/4” long, urn-shaped; and
borne in May. Matures at 12” in height by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Andromeda Polifolia Neon Blue - Neon Blue Dwarf Bog Rosemary. An extremely
interesting, slow growing evergreen shrub. The foliage is stiff leathery textured
with a blue cast to it. It offers perfect flowers that are white tinged pink, 1/4”
long, urn-shaped; and borne in May. Matures at 12” in height by 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Anemone Sylvestris Snowdrift - Snowdrift Anemone. (Perennial). Perennial with a
woody-based, fibrous rootstock, spreading rapidly by root suckers. Long-stalked,
mid-green basal and stem 2 - 6” leaves are rounded to oval, and deeply 5-lobed.
The lobes are deeply divided. In late spring, bears solitary, single, semi-pendent 1
- 3” flowers that have 5 or more tepals and golden yellow stamens. Matures at 12”
high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Aquilegia - Columbine (Perennial) This perennial offers lacy foliage and beautifully
posed flowers in exquisite pastels on erect branching from 2” up to 4 feet high.
The flowers are borne in spring and early summer. Flowers are up to 3 inches
across. All columbines are hardy and tolerate filtered shade but will take full
sunlight. Matures at 20” high by 12” wide. Hardy in all zones.
Aquilegia Hybrid Biedermeier Group - Biedermeier Hybrid Columbine. (Perennial).
Short-stemmed perennials with 2-ternate, bluish green leaves divided into ½ - 1
¼” leaflets. From late spring to midsummer, they bear dense, terminal, leafy
racemes of many almost upward facing 1 ½” flowers with 1 ¼” spurs in colors that
include white, deep pink, lilac and shades of purple or blue. Matures at 20” high
by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Aquilegia Hybrid McKana - McKana Hybrid Columbine. (Perennial). Vigorous but
short-lived, erect perennials with 3-ternate, mid-green leaves divided into ½ - 1 ½”
leaflets. From late spring to midsummer, they produce terminal, leafy racemes of
3 - 15 upright and pendent flowers with very long 4” spurs, that are self-colored
or bicolored in shades
of blue, yellow and red. Matures at 30” high by 24”
wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Aquilegia Hybrid Music Mix - Music Mix Hybrid Columbine. (Perennial). Vigorous
but short-lived, erect perennials with 3-ternate, mid-green leaves divided into ½ - 1
½” leaflets. From late spring to midsummer, they produce terminal, leafy racemes
of 3 - 15 upright
and pendent flowers with very long 4” spurs, that are selfcolored or bicolored in shades
of blue, yellow and red. Matures at 30” high by
24” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
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Arabis Ferdinandi Coburgh Variegata - Variegated Rock Cress. Matforming,
evergreen or semi-evergreen perennial with flattened rosettes
of narrowly oblong to lance-shaped, glossy green ¾ - 1 ¼” leaves margined
creamy white, sometimes
pink-tinged. Racemes of small white 3/8 ½” flowers are borne from spring to early summer. Matures at 2 - 3” high
by 12 -16” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Aralia Elata - Japanese Angelica. Vigorous, suckering, upright then spreading,
deciduous tree with thick, spiny stems. The large 2-pinnate, 4’ leaves have
80 or more ovate leaflets. The leaflets are dark green above, and paler
beneath, turning yellow, orange, or purple in autumn. In late summer and
early autumn, bears small white flowers, in large, spreading, panicle-like,
compound 24” umbels followed by spherical black ¼” fruit. Matures at 30’
high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Aralia Elata Aureo-Variegata - Yellow Variegated Japanese Angelica Tree.
Vigorous, suckering, upright then spreading, deciduous tree with thick, spiny
stems. The large 2-pinnate, 4’ leaves have 80 or more ovate leaflets. The
leaflets are dark green and irregularly margined yellow above, and paler
beneath, turning yellow, orange, or purple in autumn. In late summer and
early autumn, bears small white flowers, in large, spreading, panicle-like,
compound 24” umbels followed by spherical black ¼” fruit. Matures at 15’
high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Aralia Elata Variegata - White Variegated Japanese Angelica Tree. Vigorous,
suckering, upright then spreading, deciduous tree with thick, spiny stems.
The large 2-pinnate, 4’ leaves have 80 or more ovate leaflets. The leaflets
are dark green and irregularly margined creamy white above, and paler
beneath, turning yellow, orange, or purple in autumn. In late summer and
early autumn, bears small white flowers, in large, spreading, panicle-like,
compound 24” umbels followed by spherical black ¼” fruit. Matures at 30’
high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Araucaria Araucana - Monkey Puzzle Tree. An evergreen tree that matures at
30 - 50 feet. This tree is unique and easily identifiable because of it’s stiff,
gaunt, rather scary growth habit. It belongs in a horror movie. The branches
are produced in tiers (whorls of 5 to 7). The foliage is lustrous dark green on
both sides, spiny, pointed and stiff.
Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Arbutus Unedo - Strawberry Tree. Spreading, sometimes shrubby deciduous
tree with rough, shredding, red-brown bark and oval to obovate shallowly
toothed, glossy, mid-green 4” leaves. Small white flowers, sometimes pinktinged, open in pendent 2” panicles in the fall. spherical, warty , ¾” red fruit
ripens the following fall. Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones
7 - 9.
Arbutus Unedo Compacta - Compact Strawberry Tree. An evergreen shrub or
small tree that matures at 15’ with 2 to 4” long lustrous dark green leaves that are
½ to ¾” wide. The plant offers perfect ¼” urn-shaped white to pink flowers in 2”
long and wide panicles from October - November. Produces a ¾” sub-globose,
orange-red berry-like fruit, that is very striking. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Arctostaphylos Uva-Ursi - Emerald Carpet Kinnikinick, also known as Bearberry.
A broadleaf evergreen groundcover that reaches 6 to 12” in height by 2 - 4’ in
width. Leaves are glossy bright green to dark green in summer, bronze to
reddish in fall and winter. Offers perfect white tinged pink ¼” urn-shaped
flowers in April and May, resulting in lustrous ¼” - 1/3” bright red fruit in
August.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Arctostaphylos Uva - Ursi Alaska - Alaska Hybrid Kinnikinick. A broadleaf
evergreen groundcover that is compact flat growing with small, round, dark green
leaves. The leaves turn bronze to reddish color in the fall and winter. Offers
perfect white tinged pink flowers followed by ¼” bright red fruit in August.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Arctostaphylos Uva - Ursi Massachusetts - Massachusetts Kinnikinick. A broadleaf,
flat growing, evergreen groundcover that has small, dark green leaves. This plant
offers good resistance to leaf spot and leaf gall. It has abundant pinkish white
flowers followed by red fruits. Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Arctostaphylos Uva - Ursi Oregon Hybrid - Oregon Hybrid Kinnikinick. Lowgrowing, intricately branched, often mat-forming, evergreen shrub with small,
obovate, leathery, dark green ¾ - 1 ½” leaves. Small racemes of pink-tinted
white flowers are borne in summer, followed by spherical, bright scarlet fruit in
autumn. Matures at 4” high by 20” wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Arctostaphylos Uva - Ursi Point Reyes - Point Reyes Kinnikinick. A broadleaf, flat
growing, evergreen groundcover that has dark green leaves closely spaced on the
stems. This plant is reasonably heat and drought tolerant.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Arctostaphylos Uva - Ursi Vancouver Jade - Vancouver Jade Kinnikinick. A
broadleaf, flat growing, evergreen groundcover that has lustrous dark green
summer foliage and a good deep red winter color. The plant is resistant to leaf
spot. Offers flowers white with pink tinge and red fruits like those of species.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Armeria Maritima - Sea Thrift. (Perennial). Variable , clump-forming perennial with
linear dark green 1 ½ - 5” leaves. Stiff 8” stems bear profuse, white, pink or
red-purple 1” flowerheads from late spring to summer. Matures at 8” high by 12”
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
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Armeria Maritima Bloodstone - Bloodstone Sea Thrift. (Perennial). Variable
, clump-forming perennial with linear dark green 1 ½ - 5” leaves. Stiff 8”
stems bear profuse, dark red 1” flowerheads from late spring to summer.
Matures at 8” high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Armeria Maritima Dusseldorf Pride - Dusseldorf Pride Sea Thrift.
(Perennial). Variable , clump-forming perennial with linear dark green 1 ½ 5” leaves. Stiff 8” stems bear profuse, rose-pink 1” flowerheads from late
spring to summer. Matures at 8” high by 12”
wide. Hardy in zones 3
- 9.
Aronia Arbutifolia - Red Chokeberry. Erect deciduous shrub with narrowly
ovate, matte, dark green leaves. Foliage is densely gray-hairy beneath, and
turns orange, red and yellow in the fall. Corymbs of white occasionally
pink-tinged 1/2” flowers are borne in late spring, and are followed by
persistent, showy 1/4” red berries. Matures at 10’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Aronia Arbutifolia Brilliantissima - Brilliantissima Red Chokeberry. Erect
growing deciduous shrub that has lustrous, dark green leaves during the
summer, turning a brilliant scarlet red in the fall. Offers corymbs of white,
occasionally pink-tinged 1/2” flowers in late spring, followed by showy 1/4”
red berries. Matures at 6 - 8’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Aster Coombe Fishacre - Fishacre Aster. (Perennial).
Aster Frikartii Monch - Monch Blue Aster. (Perennial). Upright perennial with
oblong-ovate, rough, dark green 2 - 3” leaves. In late summer and early autumn
bears loose corymbs of 8” wide long-lasting, clear lavender-blue flowerheads on
thick stems. Matures at 28” high by 14 - 16” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Aster Novae-Angliae Hella Lacey - Hella Lacey New England Aster. (Perennial).
Clump-forming, hairy perennial with short rhizomes and thick stems, densely
covered with stalkless, stem-clasping, lance-shaped, mid-green 5” leaves. From
late summer until mid-autumn, strong almost woody stems bear terminal, corymblike 10” sprays of purple 2” flowerheads that have yellow disk florets. Matures at
3 ½’ high by 30” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Astilbe - Astilbe (Perennial). Also known as false spiraea, or meadow sweet. This
plant is valued for the light, airy quality of plume like flower clusters and
attractive foliage. It offers white, pink or red flowers in graceful, branching
clusters held on slender, wiry stems from 6 inches to 3 feet or higher. Flowers are
from May through July. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Artemesia Schmidtiana Silver Mound - Silver Mound (Perennial), also known
as Angel’s Hair. Forms a 1 foot high by 1 foot wide plant that has a woolly,
silvery white, finely cut foliage. Hardy in all zones.
Astilbe Varieties : Astilbe Assorted - Assorted Astilbe
Astilbe Arendsii Bonn - Bonn Astilbe “Medium Pink “
Astilbe Arendsii Bridal Veil - Bridal Veil Astilbe “White”
Astilbe Arendsii Deutschland - Deutschland Astilbe “Bright White”
Astilbe Arendsii Erica - Erica Astilbe “Pink”
Astilbe Arendsii Etna - Etna Astilbe “Dark Red “
Astilbe Arendsii Fanal - Fanal Astilbe “Deep Blood Red”
Astilbe Arendsii Hyazinth - Hyazinth Astilbe “Lilac-Pink”
Astilbe Arendsii Rheinland - Rheinland Astilbe “ Clear Rose-Pink ”
Astilbe Chinensis Pumila - Pumila Astilbe “Dwarf, Reddish Pink”
Astilbe Japonica Gladstone - Gladstone Astilbe “White”
Astilbe Rosea Peach Blossom - Peach Blossom Astilbe “ Peach-Pink ”
Astilbe Simplicifolia Hennie Graafland - Hennie
Graafland Astilbe
“ Pink plumes with dark green foliage
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Arundo Donax - Giant Reed. (Ornamental Grass) Clump forming,
rhizomatous perennial with thick stems and arching, broadly linear, midgreen, glaucous 24” leaves. In mid and late autumn produces terminal
panicles of light green to purple 24” spikelets. Matures
at 15’ high by
5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 10.
Athyrium Nipponicum Pictum - Japanese Painted Fern. Deciduous fern with
creeping red-brown rhizomes and 2 or 3 pinnate to pinnatifid, lance-shaped,
silvery gray-green or mid-green fronds that have purplish red stalks and silvergray segments. Makes an excellent, tough groundcover. Matures at 8 - 12” high.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Aster Assorted - Assorted Asters. (Perennial) An assortment of asters will be
made based upon the varieties that are hardy in your geographical location.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Aubrieta Deltoidea Purple Gem - Purple Gem Aubrieta Perennial. Mat forming
perennial of complex hybrid origin , usually grown in preference to the species.
They offer purple ½” flowers, borne in profusion in spring. Matures at 2’ high by
Aronia Arbutifolia Melanocarpa Autumn Magic - Autumn Magic Black
Chokeberry. Upright deciduous shrub offering obovate, glossy, mid-green
leaves which turns dark purple-red in the fall. Corymbs of white
occasionally pink-tinged 1” flowers are borne in late spring and are followed
by 1” black berries that remain on the shrub long after the leaves are gone.
Matures at 6’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
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24’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5- 7.
Aucuba Japonica Crotonifolia - Gold Dust Variegated Japanese Aucuba. A
broadleaf evergreen shrub that matures at 6 - 10 feet. The plant offers large
dark green foliage that is finely speckled with yellow. It grows in a
densely upright-rounded to rounded shape. Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Aucuba Japonica Golden King - Golden King Variegated Japanese Aucuba.
Rounded, evergreen shrub with elliptic to ovate, glossy, mid-green 8” leaves
that are broadly golden variegated. Bears small, red-purple flowers in mid
spring and because it is a male, it offers yellow anthers, in erect 4” panicles.
Matures at 6 - 10’ high by 6 - 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 10.
Aucuba Japonica Gold Spot - Gold Spot Variegated Japanese Aucuba. A
broadleaf evergreen shrub that matures at 6 - 10 feet. The plant offers large
dark green, 8” foliage that has gold spots. It grows in a densely uprightrounded to rounded shape.
Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Aucuba Japonica Picturata - Picturata Variegated Japanese Aucuba. A
broadleaf evergreen shrub that matures at 6 - 10 feet. The plant offers large
dark green foliage that is marked yellow in the center of the leaves. It grows
in a densely upright-rounded to rounded shape. Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Aucuba Japonica Serratifolia - Serratifolia Variegated Japanese Aucuba. A
broadleaf evergreen shrub that matures at 6 - 10 feet. The plant offers large
dark green foliage, with rather handsome large teeth along the margin and
yellow specks. It grows in a densely upright-rounded to rounded shape.
Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Aucuba Japonica Sulphur - Sulphur Variegated Japanese Aucuba. A
broadleaf evergreen shrub that matures at 6 - 10 feet. The plant offers wide,
golden yellow edges on the foliage with dark green centers, and the leaves
are serrated. It grows in a densely upright-rounded to rounded shape.
Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Aucuba Japonica Variegata - Variegated Gold Dust Plant. A broadleaf
evergreen shrub that matures at 6 - 10 feet. The plant offers large dark green
foliage that is spotted with yellow. It grows in a densely upright-rounded to
rounded shape. Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Azalea Evergreen - Evergreen Azaleas. Broadleaf, flowering, evergreen
shrubs, most mature at 4 - 5’. Offering a wide variety of funnel shaped
flowers. Most are hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Varieties : Assorted - Assorted Evergreen Azaleas. A selection will be made from the
following list of evergreen azaleas that is hardy for
your area.
Aozora - Aozora Pink Evergreen Azalea.
Arabesk - Arabesk Evergreen Azalea.
Betty - Betty Purple-Red Evergreen Azalea. Purplish-red 2” flower with darker
throat.
Blaauw’s Pink - Blaauw’s Pink Evergreen Azalea. Strong yellowish pink, 1
¼”
hose in hose with a darker blotch.
Blue Danube - Blue Danube Evergreen Azalea. Brilliant bluish violet 1
¾” flowers.
Buccaneer - Buccaneer Evergreen Azalea. Vivid reddish-orange 2”
flowers.
Caroline Gable - Caroline Gable Evergreen Azalea. Vivid red 1 ¾”
flowers.
Chinse - Chinse Evergreen Azalea. Vivid purplish-pink 1 ½ -2” flowers
with a darker blotch.
Coral Bell - Coral Bell Evergreen Azaleas. Silvery rose-pink 1 ½” hose in
hose flowers.
Delaware Valley - Delaware Valley Evergreen Azalea. White 2 - 2 ½”
flowers.
Elsie Lee - Elsie Lee Evergreen Azalea. Light, reddish-purple, semi
double 2 ½”.
Everest - Everest Evergreen Azalea. White 2” flowers with a yellow
blotch.
Flame Creeper - Flame Creeper Evergreen Azalea. Orange-red 2”
flowers.
Gable Rosebud - Rosebud Evergreen Azalea. Rose -pink 1 ½” double
hose in hose flowers.
Girard’s Border Gem - Girard’s Border Gem Evergreen Azalea. Deep
pink
1 - 1 ½” flowers.
Girard’s Chiara - Girard’s Chiara Evergreen Azalea. Deep purplish-pink
with deep reddish-orange blotch. Hose in hose, ruffled 2 ½” flowers.
Girard’s Crimson - Girard’s Crimson Evergreen Azalea. Strong purplishred, with vivid red blotch.
Girard’s Fuchsia - Girard’s Fuchsia Evergreen Azalea. Deep reddish
purple 2 ½” flowers with lighter spotting.
Girard’s Hot Shot - Girard’s Hot Shot Evergreen Azalea. Dark reddishorange
2 ¼” flowers with red spotting.
Girard’s Kathy - Girard’s Kathy Evergreen Azalea. White, slightly
ruffled, 3” flowers.
Girard’s National Beauty - Girard’s National Beauty Evergreen Azalea.
Deep pink, ruffled margins, 2 - 2 ½” flowers.
Girard’s Purple - Girard’s Purple Evergreen Azalea. Deep purplish-red 2
½” flowers with darker spotting.
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Girard’s Rose - Girard’s Rose Evergreen Azalea. Bright rose 3”
flowers.
Girard’s Scarlet - Girard’s Scarlet Evergreen Azalea. Strong red,
with a deep blotch and slightly wavy, rounded lobes.
Glamour - Glamour Evergreen Azalea. Strong purplish-pink 2 - 3”
flowers.
Gumpo Pink - Gumpo Pink Dwarf Evergreen Azalea. Pink 2 ½ 3” flowers.
Gumpo White - Gumpo White Dwarf Evergreen Azalea. White 2
½ - 3” flowers.
Hahns Red - Hahns Red Evergreen Azalea. Vivid red 2” flowers.
Helen Close - Helen Close Evergreen Azalea. White 2 ½” flowers
with yellow blotch.
Herbert - Herbert Evergreen Azalea. Vivid purple 1 ¾” hose in
hose flowers with dark blotch.
Hershey Red - Hershey Red Evergreen Azalea. Strong red, 2 ½”
hose in hose flowers.
Hexe - Hexe Evergreen Azalea. Glowing crimson red 1 ¾” hose in
hose flowers.
Higasa - Higasa Evergreen Azalea. Purplish-pink with a prominent
reddish-purple blotch.
Hino Crimson - Hino Crimson Evergreen Azalea. Brilliant crimson
red 1 ¼” flowers.
Hino White - Hino White Evergreen Azalea. Early blooming, white,
2 ” flowers.
Holland - Holland Red Evergreen Azalea. Single, large, rich intense
red flowers.
Johanna - Johanna Red Evergreen Azalea. Single, 2” red flowers.
Jeremiah - Jeremiah Pink Evergreen Azalea. Deep pink, 2 ½” hose
in hose ruffled flowers.
Kathy Ann - Kathy Ann White Evergreen Azalea. White, slightly
ruffled, 3” flowers.
Louise Gable - Louise Gable Evergreen Azalea. Deep salmon pink
2 ¼” double flower with dark blotch.
Macrantha - Macrantha Evergreen Azalea. Reddish-orange 2 ½”
flowers.
Maria Elena - Maria Elena Evergreen Azalea. Strong purplish-pink,
double 2 ¾” flowers.
Martha Hitchcock - Martha Hitchcock Evergreen Azalea. White
3” flowers with rose-purple margins.
Mother’s Day - Mother’s Day Evergreen Azalea. Bright rosy-red 2
½” flowers.
Nico - Nico Evergreen Azalea. Dark pink flowers.
Orchid Empress - Orchid Empress Evergreen Azaleas. Lavender
flowers.
Pearl Bradford - Pearl Bradford Evergreen Azalea. Strong
purplish-pink , 3” flowers with a blotch of purplish red dots.
Peggy Ann - Peggy Ann Evergreen Azalea. White, 2” hose in hose flowers
with purplish- pink edge.
Pink Dawn - Pink Dawn Evergreen Azalea. Deep pink, hose-in-hose,
wavy 2 ½” flowers.
Pleasant White - Pleasant White Evergreen Azalea. White, rounded wavy
lobes, 2 ½ - 3”.
Purple Majestic - Purple Majestic Evergreen Azalea.
Purple Splendour - Purple Splendour Evergreen Azaleas. Reddish-purple
1 ¾” hose in hose flowers.
Red Fountain - Red Fountain Evergreen Azalea. Deep reddish orange
with deep red spotting. Wavy 1 ¾” flowers.
Red Red - Red Red Evergreen Azaleas. Strong red, 2” flowers.
Red Wing - Red Wing Evergreen Azaleas. Vivid red, ruffled 2 ¾” hose
in hose flowers.
Rosebud - Rosebud Evergreen Azaleas. Rose-pink 1 ¾” hose in hose
flowers.
Rukizon - Rukizon Evergreen Azaleas. Salmon-orange, 1 ½” flowers with
dotted blotch.
Sherwood Orchid - Sherwood Orchid Evergreen Azaleas. Reddish-violet
1” flower with dark blotch.
Sherwood Red - Sherwood Red Evergreen Azaleas. Vivid red 1” flowers.
Shinnyo No Tsuki Sport - Shinnyo No Tsuki Sport Evergreen Azalea.
White centers with a margin of vivid purplish-red on 3- 3 ½” flowers.
Silver Sword - Silver Sword Variegated Evergreen Azalea. Brilliant
crimson
red 1 ¼” flowers.
Stewartsonia - Stewartsonia Evergreen Azalea. Vivid brick-red 2”
flowers.
Tradition - Tradition Evergreen Azalea. Clear light pink 1 ¼” flowers.
Treasure - Treasure Evergreen Azalea. Pastel pink buds open to white
with pink margins 3” flowers.
Vuyk’s Scarlet - Vuyk’s Scarlet Evergreen Azalea. Crimson-scarlet 2”
flowers.
White Rosebud - White Rosebud Evergreen Azalea. White 1 ¾” hose in
hose flowers.
Azalea Exbury - Exbury Deciduous Azaleas. Deciduous, upright growing, flowering
shrubs that mature at 8 to 12 feet. They offer medium green summer foliage and
yellow, orange, and red fall colors. Flowers range from whites through red and are
borne in 2 to 3” diameter, 18 - 30 flowered trusses in May. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Varieties : Assorted - Assorted Exbury Azaleas. A selection will be made from the
following list of deciduous azaleas that is hardy for
your area.
Amenson Gem - Amenson Gem Exbury Azalea. Offers yellow-orange flowers.
Apricot Surprise - Apricot Surprise Exbury Azalea. Offers bright yellow-
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Cannons Double - Cannons Double Exbury Azalea. Offers double
pink flowers with light orange shadings.
Cecile - Cecile Exbury Azalea. Very large flowers in shades of
salmon-pink and yellow.
Chetco - Chetco Exbury Azalea. Offers yellow flowers.
Daviesi - Daviesi Exbury Azalea. Offers fragrant white flowers with
yellow flares inside.
Double Delight - Double Delight Exbury Azalea. Vivid yellow, hose
in hose, 2 ¼” flowers.
Fireball - Fireball Exbury Azalea. Bright shades of orange-red
(scarlet)
Gallipoli - Gallipoli Exbury Azalea. Strong, yellowish pink with an
orange blotch.
George Reynolds - George Reynolds Exbury Azalea. Enormous
deep buttery yellow flowers with a deep golden throat.
Gibraltar - Gibraltar Exbury Azalea. Spectacular flame-orange
flower clusters with ruffled petals. This plant is more heat tolerant
and will grow in zone 8.
Glowing Embers - Glowing Embers Exbury Azalea. Vivid reddish
orange, with a vivid orange blotch.
Golden Eagle - Golden Eagle Exbury Azalea. Bright orange with a
yellowish-range flare.
Golden Flame - Golden Flame Exbury Azalea. Brilliant orange
flowers, suffused with reddish orange.
Golden Flare - Golden Flare Exbury Azalea. Vivid yellow with
reddish-orange blotch.
Golden Lights - Golden Lights Exbury Azalea. Light orange-yellow
2 ¾” flower, suffused with strong reddish-orange.
Hotspur - Hotspur Exbury Azalea. Rich red-orange.
King Red - King Red Exbury Azalea. Vivid red, slightly ruffled.
Klondyke - Klondyke Exbury Azalea. Large golden-orange.
Mandarin Tangerine - Mandarin Tangerine Exbury. Light yelloworange.
Martie - Martie Exbury Azalea. Dark red, frilled 2 ½” flower.
Mary Poppins - Mary Poppins Exbury Azalea. Nasturtium red
flowers and dark green foliage.
Mathew’s Memory - Mathew’s Memory Yellow Exbury Azalea.
Melford Lemon - Melford Lemon Exbury Azalea. Bright yellow
flowers.
Ming - Ming Exbury Azalea. Vivid orange, 3 ¼” flower with a
yellow flare.
Molalla Red - Molalla Red Exbury Azalea. Red flowers.
Mount Saint Helens - Mt. St. Helens Pink Exbury Azalea. Strong
yellowish-pink with a large blotch of vivid orange-red, wavy,
fragrant 2 ½” flowers.
Northern Lights Assorted - Assorted Northern Lights Exbury Azaleas.
Offers a broad rounded shape with dark green foliage. Colors range in
shades from pink, yellow, orange, red or white.
Orange - Orange Exbury Azalea. Orange flowers.
Orangeade - Orangeade Exbury Azalea. Very full and frilly pure orange.
Orchid Lights - Orchid Lights Exbury Azalea. Soft orchid flowers
Oxydol - Oxydol Exbury Azalea. Large white flowers with soft yellow
blotch.
Parade - Parade Exbury Azalea. Red flowers.
Peachy Keen - Peachy Keen Exbury Azalea. Light pink with suffused red.
Pink -White - Pink - White Exbury Azalea. Seedling.
Red - Orange - Red - Orange Exbury Azalea. Seedling.
Renee - Renee Red Exbury Azalea.
Rosy Lights - Rosy Lights Exbury Azalea. Deep pink flowers.
Royal Ruby - Royal Ruby Exbury Azalea. Ruby red flowers.
Spicy Lights - Spicy Lights Exbury Azalea. Soft orange-red flowers.
Strawberry Ice - Strawberry Ice Exbury Azalea. Peach-pink with yellow
shadings.
Sun Chariot - Sun Chariot Yellow Exbury Azalea.
Totally Awesome - Totally Awesome Exbury Azalea. Brilliant yellow
and light yellow, shaded vivid reddish orange on the edges. Spotted
blotch of vivid yellow. Buds are deep reddish orange.
Tunis - Tunis Exbury Azalea. Deep crimson with orange flare.
Umpqua Queen - Umpqua Queen Exbury Azalea. Brilliant yellow with a
vivid yellow blotch.
Wallowa Red - Wallowa Red Exbury Azalea. Red flowers.
White Lights - White Lights Exbury Azalea. Creamy white flowers.
Yellow Cloud - Yellow Cloud Exbury Azalea. Yellow flowers.
Yellow - Gold - Yellow - Gold Exbury Azalea. Seedling.
Bambusa Arundinaria Pygmaea - Sasa Dwarf Bamboo. Upright, woody bamboo
with usually solid, mid green culms, flattened above. They are purplish green at
the tips, with 1 or 2 branches at each node. The 3” leaves are linear, checkered,
downy and mid-green in color. Matures at 16” high by 3’. Hardy in zones 7 - 11.
Berberis Buxifolia Nana - Dwarf Magellan Barberry. A compact, evergreen or semi
evergreen broadleaf shrub. Offers arching branches and leathery dark green
leaves. Orange-yellow ½” flowers are produced followed by dark purple ¼”
fruit. The plant matures at 12” high by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Berberis Gladwynensis William Penn - William Penn Barberry. A dense, moundforming evergreen shrub that matures at 3 - 4’ high by 3 - 4’ wide. Offers
lustrous, dark green leaves that turn bronze in the winter. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Berberis Julianae Wintergreen - Wintergreen Barberry. A dense, upright,
evergreen shrub with rigid, obovate to elliptic leaves. The leaves are glossy, deep
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Japanese Barberry. A dense, round deciduous shrub with dark burgundy-red
foliage. The foliage turns red in fall. Produces pale yellow ½” flowers tinged in
purple during the spring followed by glossy red fruit. Excellent hedge or barrier
plant that matures at 3- 4’ high by 6 - 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
green above, pale green beneath with strongly spined margins. Offers
clusters of yellow or red-tinged flowers becoming black 3/8” fruit. The
plant matures at 10 feet high by 10 feet wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea - Red Leaf Japanese Barberry. A dense,
round deciduous shrub with dark red-purple or purplish bronze foliage. The
foliage turns red in fall. Produces pale yellow ½” flowers tinged in purple
during the spring followed by glossy red fruit. Excellent hedge or barrier
plant that matures at 3- 4’ high by 6 - 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea Bagatelle - Bagatelle Japanese Barberry.
A dense, very compact mounded deciduous shrub that offers deep red-purple
foliage. The foliage turns red in the fall. Plant produces pale yellow ½”
flowers tinged in purple during the spring followed by glossy red fruit.
Excellent hedge or barrier plant that matures at 2’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy
in zones 4 - 8.
Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea Golden Ring - Golden Ring Japanese
Barberry. A dense, round deciduous shrub with purple leaves, narrowly
margined with a golden yellow band. The foliage turns red in the fall. Plant
produces pale yellow ½” flowers tinged in purple during the spring followed
by glossy red fruit. Excellent hedge or barrier plant that matures at 3- 4’
high by 6 - 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea Nana - Crimson Pygmy Japanese
Barberry. A dense, mounded deciduous shrub that offers red-purple foliage.
The foliage turns red in the fall. Plant produces pale yellow ½” flowers
tinged in purple during the spring followed by glossy red fruit. Excellent
hedge or barrier plant that matures at 2’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea Red Chief - Red Chief Japanese
Barberry. A dense, round deciduous shrub with dark red-purple or purplish
bronze foliage. The foliage turns red in fall. Produces pale yellow ½”
flowers tinged in purple during the spring followed by glossy red fruit.
Excellent hedge or barrier plant that matures at 3- 4’ high by 6 - 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Berberis Thunbergii Aurea - Golden Japanese Barberry. A dense, round deciduous
shrub with vivid yellow foliage. Produces a few pale yellow ½” flowers during
the spring followed by glossy red fruit. An excellent choice if you are looking for
color contrast. Excellent hedge or barrier plant that matures at 3 - 4’ high by 5 - 6’
wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Berberis Thunbergii Kobold - Kobold Japanese Barberry. Deciduous shrub that has
a habit similar to that of a compact Japanese Holly or boxwood. New foliage is
rich green, becoming lustrous dark green with maturity. Offers a fall color of offyellow, with perhaps a tinge of red. Matures at 2 - 2 ½’ high by 2 ½’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Berberis Verruculosa - Warty Barberry. Compact, evergreen shrub with arching
shoots
and obovate to elliptic, spine tipped leaves. The foliage is glossy, dark
green above, gray-white beneath. Flowers are ¾” golden yellow followed by dark
purple fruit.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Betula Albosinensis - Chinese Paper Birch. Conical, deciduous tree with peeling,
orange-brown or brown bark, cream when newly exposed, often covered with a
white glaucous bloom when young. Ovate, tapered, glossy 3” leaves that are deep
green above, lighter beneath, turning yellow in autumn. Matures at 80’ high by
30’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Betula Burgundy Wine - Burgundy Wine Purple Leafed White Birch. A deciduous,
narrowly conical tree with pendent, warty branchlets and peeling white bark. The
tree offers rich purple-green leaves with white bark. Very appealing specimen that
matures at 30 feet in height. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Betula Jacquemonti - Jacquemonti White Birch. Also known as Betula Utilis
(Himalayan Birch). A deciduous tree with peeling white bark. The leaves are
dark green and turn yellow in the fall. Produces yellow-brown male catkins that
are up to 5” long in the spring. A mature tree can grow up to 60 feet in height by
30 feet wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea Rose Glow - Rose Glow Variegated
Japanese Barberry. A dense, round deciduous shrub with dark red-purple
foliage flecked with rose-pink. The foliage turns red in fall. Produces pale
yellow ½” flowers tinged in purple during the spring followed by glossy
red fruit. Excellent hedge or barrier plant that matures at 3- 4’ high by 6’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Betula Nigra - River Birch. Conical to spreading deciduous tree with shaggy, redbrown bark, peeling in layers when young, becoming blackish or gray-white and
fissured on old trees. Diamond-shaped, glossy, mid to dark green 3” leaves that
are glaucous beneath. Foliage turns yellow in the fall. Matures at 60’ high by 30’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea Royal Burgundy - Royal Burgundy
Betula Nigra Heritage - Heritage River Birch. A vigorous growing deciduous tree
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glossier that the species, and less prone to leaf spot. Matures at 60’ high by
30’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Betula Nigra Whitespire - Whitespire Birch. Conical, deciduous tree with
peeling, chalk-white bark, cream when newly exposed, often covered with a
white glaucous bloom when young. Ovate, tapered, glossy 3” leaves that are
deep dark green above, lighter beneath, turning yellow in autumn. Matures
at 80’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Betula Papyrifera - Paper White Birch. Also known as Canoe Birch. A
deciduous conical tree with white bark, peeling in thin layers and pale
orange-brown when newly exposed. Ovate, dark green leaves, that turn
yellow to orange in the fall. Produces yellow male catkins that are up to 4”
long in the spring. Matures at about 50 - 70 feet.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Betula Pendula - Weeping European White Birch. Narrowly conical,
deciduous tree with pendent, warty branchlets and peeling white bark, which
becomes marked with dark, rugged cracks at the base on older trees.
Diamond-shaped, sharply toothed, mid-green 2 ½” leaves that turn yellow in
the fall. Matures at 80’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Betula Pendula Albo-Sinensis - Weeping Chinese Paper Birch. Narrowly
conical, deciduous tree with pendent, warty branchlets and peeling orangebrown or brown bark, cream when newly exposed, which becomes marked
with dark, rugged cracks at the base on older trees. Diamond-shaped,
sharply toothed, mid-green 2 ½” leaves that turn yellow in the fall. Matures
at 80’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Betula Pendula Laciniata - Weeping Cutleaf Birch. Narrowly conical,
deciduous tree
with very pendulous branches, warty branchlets and
peeling white bark, which becomes marked with dark, rugged cracks at the
base on older trees. Diamond-shaped, sharply toothed, mid-green 2 ½”
leaves that turn yellow in the fall. Matures at 80’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy
in zones 2 - 7.
Betula Pendula Purpurea - Weeping Purple Leaf Birch. Narrowly conical,
deciduous tree with pendent, warty branchlets and purple tinged bark,
which becomes marked with dark, rugged cracks at the base on older trees.
Diamond-shaped, sharply toothed, dark purple 2 ½” leaves. Matures at 30’
high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Betula Pendula Trost’s Dwarf - Trost’s Dwarf Weeping Birch. A deciduous,
compact, shrubby form of Birch. Foliage is deep green and threadlike.
Matures at 3 - 4 feet in height by 3 - 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Betula Pendula Youngii - Youngii Weeping White Birch. A deciduous tree with
branches that are slender and perfectly pendulous, without a leading stem. Leaves
are dark green and has white bark as tree matures. Will mature at 10 - 12 feet
unless trained.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Bonsai Material Assorted - Assorted Bonsai. Different varieties of plants pruned and
sculpted into true Bonsai structure.
Briza Media - Quaking Grass. (Perennial) Perennial grass forming a dense tuft of
linear, finely bristle-margined, blue-green 6” leaves. From late spring to
midsummer, erect stems produce open, pyramidal 7” panicles of 4 - 12 flowered,
nodding, heart-shaped 1/2” spikelets that are purple-tinted green at first then
becoming straw-colored and are arranged like a rattlesnake’s tail. Matures at 24 36” high by 12” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 10.
Buddleia Assorted - Assorted Butterfly Bush. A selection will be made from the
varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Buddleia Davidii - Summer Lilac Butterfly Bush. A fast growing, deciduous shrub
with long, arching shoots and lance shaped, pointed, mid-green to gray-green
leaves up to 10 inches long. Bears dense panicles of 12 inches long or more of
fragrant, lilac to purple flowers, often with orange or yellow eyes. Matures at 10
feet high by 10 - 15 feet wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Buddleia Davidii Black Knight - Black Knight Dark Purple Butterfly Bush. Also
known as Summer Lilac. A fast-growing deciduous shrub with long, arching
shoots and lance-shaped, pointed mid-green leaves. Offers very dark purple,
delightfully fragrant 4 - 10” panicles of flowers from June through frost. When
cut to the ground in the spring will easily reach
5 - 8’ by fall. Hardy in zones
5 - 9.
Buddleia Davidii Lochinch - Lochinch Blue Butterfly Bush. Spreading, vigorous,
deciduous shrub with long, arching, gray-hairy shoots and lance-shaped, whitehairy, mid-green 8” leaves that become greener with age. From late summer to
autumn, bears fragrant, orange-red, violet-blue flowers in 8” panicles. Matures at
8’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Buddleia Davidii Nanhoensis Blue - Nanho Blue Butterfly Bush. A fast growing,
deciduous shrub with long, arching shoots and lance shaped, pointed, midgreen to gray-green leaves up to 10 inches long. Bears dense panicles, 12
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rounded evergreen shrub with elliptic-oblong to inversely lance-shaped, dark
green leaves. ¾” leaves turn bronze in the winter. Plant matures at 3 feet high by
5 feet wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
inches long or more, of fragrant, mauve-blue flowers. Matures at 6 feet high
by 6 feet wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Buddleia Davidii Nanhoensis Purple - Nanho Purple Butterfly Bush. A fast
growing, deciduous shrub with long, arching shoots and lance shaped,
pointed, mid-green to silver-green leaves. Bears dense panicles of 12
inches long or more of fragrant, purple flowers. Matures at 5 - 6 feet high
by 5 - 6 feet wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Buxus Microphylla Japonica Green Beauty - Green Beauty Japanese Boxwood. A
slow growing, dense, compact habit, rounded evergreen shrub with elliptic-oblong
to inversely lance-shaped, glossy, ¾ “ dark green leaves. Leaves hold their color
well in winter. Matures at 3 feet high by 5 feet wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Buddleia Davidii Petite Plum - Petite Plum Butterfly Bush. A fast-growing
deciduous shrub with long, arching shoots and lance-shaped, pointed midgreen leaves. Offers reddish purple flowers with an orange eye, delightfully
fragrant 12 - 15” panicles of flowers from June through frost. When cut to
the ground in the spring will easily reach 5 - 8’ by fall. Hardy in zones 5 9.
Buxus Microphylla Koreana - Korean Boxwood. A slow growing, dense evergreen
shrub with glossy green leaves. This variety is extremely hardy, however, the
foliage turns yellowish brown in the winter. The leaves are 3/5” long obovate to
elliptic-oblong, margins inrolled. This plant is the best boxwood choice for
northern areas. The plant matures at 2 ½’ high by 4 ½’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 9.
Buddleia Davidii Pink Delight - Pink Delight Butterfly Bush. Also known as
Summer Lilac. A fast-growing deciduous shrub with long, arching shoots
and lance-shaped, pointed mid-green leaves. Offers true deep pink,
delightfully fragrant 12 - 15” panicles of flowers from June through frost.
When cut to the ground in the spring will easily reach 5 - 8’ by fall. Hardy
in zones 5 - 9.
Buddleia Davidii Royal Red - Royal Red Butterfly Bush. Also known as
Summer Lilac. Fast-growing deciduous shrub with long, arching shoots and
lance-shaped pointed mid-green leaves. Offers dark red-purple flowers in
20” long panicles. When cut to the ground in the spring will easily reach 5 8’ by fall. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Buddleia Davidii White Profusion - White Profusion Butterfly Bush. Also
known as Summer Lilac. A fast-growing deciduous shrub with long,
arching shoots and lance-shaped, pointed mid-green leaves. Offers true
white delightfully fragrant 6 - 8” panicles of flowers from June through
frost. When cut to the ground in the spring will easily reach 5 - 8’ by fall.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Buddleia X Weyeriana Sungold - Sungold Butterfly Bush. Spreading,
deciduous shrub with long, arching shoots and lance-shaped, mid-green 8”
leaves. Rounded, dense, clusters of fragrant, dark orange-yellow flowers are
produced during the summer and fall in open, 12” terminal panicles.
Matures at 12’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Buxus Microphylla Japonica - Japanese Boxwood. A slow growing, dense,
Buxus Microphylla Sunnyside - Sunnyside Boxwood. A slow growing, dense shrub.
It is a large leaf form with good winter hardiness and remains green with a slight
bronze cast during the winter. Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 9.
Buxus Microphylla Winter Beauty - Winter Beauty Boxwood. An extremely hardy,
evergreen shrub with a good mounded form that is slow growing. Foliage is a
glossy, dark green that can turn coppery-green in colder climates. This is a great
boxwood choice for northern climates. Matures at 2 1/2’ high by 4 1/2’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Buxus Microphylla Winter Gem - Winter Gem Korean Boxwood. A slow growing,
dense, rounded evergreen shrub with elliptic-oblong to inversely lance-shaped,
velvety dark green leaves. Maintains its color through the winter. This variety
matures at 2 feet.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Buxus Microphylla Wintergreen - Wintergreen Boxwood. This is a handsome light
green, small leafed, evergreen shrub. It matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. This
plant performs well in northern climates. Holds its dark green color as far north
as Canada.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Buxus Sempervirens - American Boxwood. Also known as Common Boxwood. A
lustrous dark green broadleaf evergreen shrub. The plant matures at 15’ high by
15’ wide. Growing in a dense multibranched round or broad-rounded shape. The
leaves are dark green on top with a light or yellowish green underside year round.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Buxus Sempervirens Alyce - Alyce Boxwood. A lustrous dark green, broadleaf
evergreen shrub that has foliage slightly larger than the common boxwood.
Grows in a dense, multibranched, round or broad- rounded shape and is a little
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green, broadleaf evergreen shrub, that is dense, compact and slow growing. This
is an ideal form for edging. A 150 year old plant will reach about 3’ high. The
plant can be kept to a few inches high, but can reach 4 - 5’ after many years.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
stronger than the common boxwood. A great selection for topiary work.
Plant matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Buxus Sempervirens Argenteo-Variegata - White Variegated Common
Boxwood. A lustrous dark green broadleaf evergreen shrub that has white
and green variegated leaves. The plant matures at 8’ high by 10’ wide.
Growing in a dense multibranched round or broad-rounded shape. The
leaves are dark green on top with white variegation in leaves. Leaves are a
light or yellowish green underside year round. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Buxus Sempervirens Aurea Pendula - Weeping Gold Common Boxwood. A
lustrous dark green broadleaf evergreen weeping shrub that has gold and
green variegated leaves. The plant matures at 8’ high by 10’ wide. Growing
in a flowing upright fountain of yellow and green, then cascading back
down. The leaves are dark green on top with gold variegation. Leaves are a
light or yellowish green underside year round. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Buxus Sempervirens Aureo-Variegata - Gold Variegated Common Boxwood.
A lustrous dark green broadleaf evergreen shrub that has gold and green
variegated leaves. The plant matures at 8’ high by 10’ wide. Growing in a
dense multibranched round or broad-rounded shape. The leaves are dark
green on top with gold variegation in leaves. Leaves are a light or yellowish
green underside year round. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Buxus Sempervirens Faulkner - Faulkner Boxwood. Slow growing, rounded
evergreen shrub. Foliage is small and leathery with a more lustrous dark
green color that the species. Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Buxus Sempervirens Graham Blandy - Graham Blandy Columnar Boxwood.
A lustrous dark green broadleaf evergreen shrub. The plant grows in a
narrow upright outline. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Buxus Sempervirens Rotundifolia - Round Leafed Boxwood. A lustrous, dark
green, broadleaf evergreen shrub that is a dwarf, slow growing plant with
nearly round leaves. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 3 - 4’ wide. Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Buxus Sempervirens Suffruticosa - Dwarf English Boxwood. A lustrous
green broadleaf evergreen shrub, that is dense, compact and slow growing.
This is an ideal form for edging. A 150 year old plant will reach about 3’
high. The plant can be kept to a few inches high, but can reach 4 - 5’ after
many years. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Buxus Sempervirens Suffruticosa Variegated - Variegated Dwarf English
Boxwood. Also known as English boxwood. A yellow margined dark
Buxus Sempervirens Truetree - Truetree Boxwood. A lustrous dark green broadleaf
evergreen shrub. The plant matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide. Growing in a dense
multibranched pyramidal or pyramidal-rounded shape. The leaves are dark green
on top with a light or yellowish green underside year round. Hardy in zones 5 8.
Buxus Sempervirens Vardar Valley - Vardar Valley Boxwood. Forms a flat-topped
mound, with dark green leaves. Evergreen shrub that matures at 5’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Buxus X Green Gem - Green Gem Boxwood. Slow-growing evergreen shrub that
forms a deep green mound that retains its color through winter. Matures at 24”
high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Buxus X Green Mountain - Green Mountain Boxwood. A lustrous dark green
broadleaf evergreen shrub. The plant matures at 5’ high by 3’ wide. Growing in a
dense multibranched upright or pyramidal shape. The leaves are dark green on top
with
a light or yellowish green underside year round. Hardy in zones 5
- 8.
Buxus X Green Velvet - Green Velvet Boxwood. A lustrous dark green broadleaf
evergreen shrub. The plant matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide. Growing in a dense
multibranched round or broad-rounded shape. The leaves are dark green on top
with a light or yellowish green underside year round. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Calamagrostis Arundinacea Brachytricha - Korean Reed Grass. (Ornamental
Grass)
Soft green leaves and stems form a vase for the pale lavender flowers.
Long lasting
12” fox tail blossoms dance on tall stems. Matures at 2 - 3’
high by 2’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Calamagrostis X Acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’ - Foerster’s Feather Reed Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) A slow spreading, clump-forming, perennial grass with
arching, linear, flat, slightly glossy, mid-green leaves. The foliage grows up to 6’
high by 24” wide. The plant has stiff unbranched stems that bear soft pink-bronze
inflorescences that fade to buff or pale brown in narrow panicles. Hardy in zones
5 - 9.
Calamagrostis X Acutiflora ‘Overdam’ - Overdam Variegated Feather Reed Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) A slow spreading, clump-forming, perennial grass with
arching, linear, flat, slightly glossy, mid-green leaves with pale yellow margins
and stripes, which fade to pink-flushed white with age. The foliage grows up to 4’
high by 24” wide. The plant has stiff unbranched stems that bear purplish brown
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inflorescences which fade to grayish pink. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Callicarpa Bodinieri Profusion - Bodinier Profusion Beautyberry. A bushy,
upright, broadleaf, deciduous shrub with elliptic to obovate, tapered, dark
green 2 - 5 inch leaves. In midsummer it produces pale pink flowers; it
freely produces dark violet fruit in the fall. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Callistemon Citrinus - Bottlebrush. A small evergreen tree or shrub that offers
leathery cylindrical to broadly lance-shaped leaves. They are grown for their
colorful, terminal
or axillary, bottlebrush-like spikes of numerous tiny, 5
petaled, long stamened red
flowers. The plant matures at 10 - 15’. Grow
in a cool greenhouse where not hardy.
Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Calocedrus Decurrens - California Incense Cedar. Narrow-crowned,
columnar, evergreen tree in cultivation, but often with a wide crown and
horizontal branches in the wild. Produces flat sprays of linear, glossy, dark
green leaves, to 3/8” with free tips. Pendent shoots bear erect, ovoid,
yellow-brown female cones that ripen red-brown. Matures at 70 - 130’ high
by 6 - 28’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Calocedrus Decurrens Aureovariegata - Variegated Golden California
Incense Cedar. Narrow-crowned, columnar, evergreen tree in cultivation,
but often with a wide
crown and horizontal branches in the wild.
Produces flat sprays of linear, glossy,
dark green leaves that have
large, pale yellow markings. Pendent shoots bear erect, ovoid, yellowbrown female cones that ripen red-brown. Matures at 70 - 130’ high
by 6 - 28’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Calocedrus Decurrens Berrima Gold - Berrima Gold California Incense
Cedar. Narrow-crowned, columnar, evergreen tree in cultivation, but often
with a wide crown and horizontal branches in the wild. Produces flat
sprays of linear, almost a white gold Incense Cedar. Plant should have some
shade to prevent burning. Matures at 10’ high
by 4’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Calocedrus Decurrens Compacta - Compact Dwarf California Incense
Cedar. A rich green dwarf evergreen globe. Produces flat sprays of
linear, glossy, dark green leaves,
to 3/8” with free tips. Pendent shoots
bear erect, ovoid,yellow-brown female cones that ripen red-brown. Matures
at 6’ high by 6’wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Calocedrus Decurrens Maupin Glow - Maupin Glow California Incense
Cedar. Incense Cedar that looks like it is on fire. Bright yellow columnar
evergreen plant that does not sunburn. Plant grows 6 - 12” per year.
Matures at 15’. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Camellia Japonica Assorted - Assorted Japanese Camellia. Upright to spreading
evergreen shrub or small tree with broadly elliptic, glossy, dark green 2 - 3”
leaves. Offers single red 1¼ - 1 ¾” flowers in winter and early spring. Matures at
10 - 20’ high by 3 - 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Camellia Japonica Finlannia - Finlannia Japonica Camellia.
Camellia Sasanqua Shishigashi - Shishigashi Sasanqua Camelia.
Camellia Sasanqua Yuletide - Yuletide Sasanqua Camellia. Upright to spreading
evergreen shrub or small tree with elliptic, oblong-elliptic, or broadly elliptic 3”
leaves. Dense, dark green foliage above, paler beneath. Bears a profusion of
single red flowers with bright yellow stamens. Matures at 20’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Campanula Assorted - Assorted Bellflower (Perennial). A selection will be made
from the varieties best suited for your area. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Campanula Birch Hybrid - Birch Hybrid Mauve Blue Bellflower Perennial. A
vigorous, prostrate, evergreen perennial with underground runners, and small,
ovate heart-shaped, toothed, bright green leaves that are ½” long. Bears abundant,
short racemes of open bell-shaped, mauve-blue ¾” flowers, in summer. The plant
matures at 4” high by 20” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Campanula Carpatica Blue - Harebells Blue Bellflower Perennial. A clumpforming, variable perennial with rounded to ovate or heart-shaped, toothed, midgreen, 1 - 2” basal leaves. Many long, branched stems bear unusually solitary,
large, upturned, open bell-shaped, 1 ¼” blue flowers. The plant grows up to 12”
high by 12 - 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Campanula Carpatica Blue Clips - Blue Clips Bellflower Perennial. A clumpforming, variable perennial with rounded to ovate or heart-shaped, toothed, midgreen, 1 - 2”
basal leaves. Many long, branched stems bear unusually solitary,
large, upturned, open bell-shaped, 2” blue flowers. The plant grows up to 6 - 9”
high by 12 - 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Campanula Carpatica White Clips - White Clips Bellflower Perennial. Also known
as Weisse Clips. A clump-forming, variable perennial with rounded to ovate or
heart-shaped, toothed, mid-green, 1 - 2” basal leaves. Many long, branched stems
bear unusually solitary, large, upturned, open bell-shaped, 2” white bell flowers.
The plant grows up to 8” high by 12 - 24” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Campanula Trachelium Bernice - Bernice Bellflower Perennial. Upright, woodybased perennial with ovate, sharply toothed, nettle-like, bristly, mid-green 2 - 5”
leaves. Thick, sometimes red-tinged stems bear short racemes of tubular, short-
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stalked, double, lilac-blue flowers. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Campanula Wedding Bells - Wedding Bells Bellflower Perennial. A clumpforming,
variable perennial with rounded to ovate or heart-shaped,
toothed, mid-green, 1 - 2” basal
leaves. Many long, branched stems bear unusually solitary, large, upturned,
open bell-shaped, 1 ½” white bell flowers. The plant grows up to 8” high
by 12 - 24” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Campsis Radicans - Orange-Red Trumpet Creeper Vine. Vigorous, deciduous
climber with ovate, pinnate, dark green 1 - 4” leaves composed of 7 - 11
ovate, toothed leaflets. Bears terminal cymes of 4 - 12 slender, tubular
trumpet shaped, orange to red flowers from late summer to autumn. Matures
at 30’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Campsis Radicans Flava - Yellow Trumpet Creeper Vine. Vigorous, deciduous
climber with ovate, pinnate, dark green 1 - 4” leaves composed of 7 - 11
ovate, toothed leaflets. Bears terminal cymes of 4 - 12 slender, tubular
trumpet shaped, yellow flowers from late summer to autumn. Matures at
30’. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Campsis Tagliabuana Madam Galen - Madam Galen Red Trumpet Creeper
Vine. A vigorous deciduous climber with pinnate, dark green leaves, that
grow up to 12” long leaves that are composed of 7 - 11 ovate leaflets. From
late summer to autumn, bears terminal panicles of 6 - 12 trumpet-shaped,
orange-red flowers. The plant matures at 30 feet.
Hardy
in zones 5 - 9.
Caragana Arborescens - Siberian Pea Shrub. Erect, thorny, deciduous shrub
with pinnate, light green 3” leaves, composed of up to 12 elliptic leaflets.
Pale yellow ¾” flowers are borne singly or in small cluster in late spring.
Matures at 20’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Caragana Arborescens Pendula - Weeping Siberian Pea Shrub. A stiff erect,
deciduous, thorny shrub. This weeping variety has pendent shoots with
pinnate, light green leaves, that grow to 3” long and are composed of up to
12 elliptic leaflets. Offers pale yellow ¾” flowers, that are borne singly or in
small clusters in late spring. The plant matures at 5’
high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Caragana Arborescens Walkers - Walkers Weeping Pea Shrub. A stiff erect,
deciduous, thorny shrub. This weeping variety has pendent shoots with
pinnate, light green fern like leaves, that grow to 3” long and are composed
of up to 12 leaflets. Offers pale yellow ¾” flowers, that are borne singly or
in small clusters in late spring. The plant matures at 5’ high by 3’ wide.
Caragana Microphylla - Littleleaf Caragana Pea Shrub. Deciduous shrub that
grows 6 - 10’ high with a greater spread. The leaves consist of 12 to 18, dull
grayish, oval to obovate leaflets, that are 1/8 to 1/3” long. Offers light yellow, ¾”
flowers that are produced during May and June. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Carex Albula Frosty Curls - Frosty Curls Sedge Grass. (Ornamental Grass)
Densely tufted, evergreen perennial with short rhizomes and arching, narrow,
shiny, pale silvery green leaves, to 24” long, curling at the tips. From early to late,
summer bears small, cylindrical green ¼ - ½” flower spikes on 18 - 24” stems.
Matures at 24” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Carex Buchananii - Leatherleaf Sedge Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Densely tufted,
evergreen perennial of symmetrical, arching habit, with short rhizomes and
orange-brown leaves, that grow to 18” long and curled at the tips. In mid and late
summer, produces brown flower spikes, ¼ - 1 ¼” long on lax stems up to 20”
long. Plant matures at 20 - 30” high by 36” wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Carex Conica Marginata - Miniature Variegated Sedge Grass. (Ornamental Grass)
Small, tufted, evergreen perennial with dark green, white-margined 6” leaves.
Forms a dense, low, arching tuft that has small, dark brown-purple ½ - 1” flower
spikelets. Spikelets are produced on 6” stems in early summer. Matures at 6”
high by 10” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Carex Copper Sedge - Copper Sedge Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Densely tufted,
evergreen perennial with short rhizomes. It is similar to C. Comans, but taller and
with broader green or reddish brown leaves that are 16 - 28” long. Stems bearing
light brown flower spikes,
¼” - 1” long, elongate to over 36” as the red-brown fruit matures. Variants in
cultivation often have red-brown foliage. Matures at 3½’ high by 36” wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Carex Elata Bowles Aurea - Bowles’ Golden Sedge. (Ornamental Grass) Deciduous
perennial with short rhizomes, forming a dense clump of gently arching , rich
yellow
16 - 24” leaves. Foliage is narrowly margined in green. In late
spring and early summer, 20” stems bear brown male 1” flower spikes that are
above 2 or 3 stalkless green female ½ - 1 ½” spikes. Matures at 28” high by 18”
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Carex Elata Knightshaye’s - Knightshaye’s Golden Sedge. (Ornamental Grass)
Deciduous perennial with short rhizomes, forming a dense clump of gently
arching , rich yellow 16 - 24” leaves. Foliage is solid gold and bolder than Bowles
Golden. In late spring and early summer, 20” stems bear brown male 1” flower
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spikes that are above 2 or 3 stalkless green female ½ - 1 ½” spikes. Matures
at 24” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Carex Flagellifera - Copperleaf Sedge Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Densely
tufted, evergreen perennial with short rhizomes. It is similar to C. Comans,
but taller and with broader green or reddish brown leaves that are 16 - 28”
long. Stems bearing light brown flower spikes, ¼” - 1” long, elongate to
over 36” as the red-brown fruit matures. Variants in cultivation often have
red-brown foliage. Matures at 3½’ high by 36” wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Carex Glauca - Blue Sedge Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Densely tufted,
evergreen perennial with short rhizomes. Leaves that are 6 - 12” long and
are gray blue in color. Stems bearing light brown flower spikes, ¼” - 1”
long, elongate to over 36” as the red-brown
fruit mature. Matures at 6 12” high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Carex Hachijoensis Evergold - Evergold Japanese Sedge Grass. (Ornamental
Grass). Densely tufted, evergreen perennial forming tussocks of hair-like,
pale yellow-green 10” leaves. Inconspicuous brown flower spikes ¼” - 1”
long produced on 10” stems.
Matures at 10 - 14” high by 30” wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Carex Morrowii Aurea-Variegata - Gold Variegated Japanese Sedge Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) A clump forming, evergreen perennial with broad, stiff,
shiny, yellow 16 inch long leaves that have green margins. Panicles of green
and brown flower spikes, ¾” - 2” long are borne on stems up to 18” long in
late spring. Matures at 18 - 20” high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Carex Morrowii Gold Fountain - Gold Fountain Japanese Sedge Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) A clump forming, evergreen perennial with broad, stiff,
shiny, gold-green 16 inch long leaves. Panicles of green and brown flower
spikes, ¾” - 2” long are borne on stems up to 18” long in late spring.
Matures at 18 - 20” high by 12” wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Carex Morrowii Variegata - Silver Variegated Japanese Sedge Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) A clump forming, evergreen perennial with broad, stiff,
shiny, green 16 inch long leaves that have silver margins and are lightly
variegated. Panicles of green and brown flower spikes, ¾” - 2” long are
borne on stems up to 18” long in late spring. Matures at 18 - 20” high by
12” wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Carex Nigra - Black Blooming Sedge Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Clumpforming or tufted evergreen perennial with slender or occasionally absent
rhizomes and mid green 4 - 24” leaves. Stems bear dark black-brown or redbrown ¼ - 1 ½” flower spikes in early summer. Matures at 6 - 9” high by
6 - 9” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Carex Pendula - Pendulous Sedge Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Tufted, evergreen
perennial forming dense clumps of relatively wide, keeled, shiny, mid green 36”
leaves that are blue green underneath. In early spring and early summer, arching 4
½’ stems bear cylindrical, catkin-like, dark brown 6” flower spikes that are erect at
first, then become pendent with age. Matures at 4 ½’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Carex Testacea - Orange Sedge Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Densely tufted,
evergreen perennial with arching, pale olive-green 24” leaves that can be orange
brown on the surfaces that receive full light. Bears cylindrical, pale to dark brown
1” flower spikes on 20 - 24” stems in midsummer. Stems elongate in fruit up to
5’. Matures at 5’ high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Carissa Macro Green Carpet - Green Carpet Natal Plum. Many-branched, spiny,
evergreen shrub with ovate, rich green 3” leaves. Fragrant, waxy, white jasminelike 2” flowers that are borne in terminal or axillary 4” cymes in late spring. The
flowers are followed by plum-like, ovoid-ellipsoid, red to purple-black 2” fruit.
Matures at 3 - 6’ high by 6 - 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 9 - 11.
Carpinus Betulus Fastigiata - Colunmar Hornbeam. Pyramidal, narrow and upright
growing deciduous tree that has smooth gray bark and ovate, unequally toothed,
mid-green 3 - 5” leaves. The foliage turns yellow to orange in the fall. Plant will
become broadly conical and more open with age. Matures at 50’ high by 40’
wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Carpinus Betulus Frans Fountain - Frans Fountain Hornbeam. Pyramidal, narrow
and upright growing deciduous tree that has smooth gray bark and ovate,
unequally toothed, mid-green 3 - 5” leaves. The foliage turns yellow to orange in
the fall. Plant will become less broadly conical and less open than Fastigiata as it
ages. Matures at 50’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Carpinus Betulus Pendula - Weeping Hornbeam. Grows as a mound forming
deciduous tree, with pendent branches, the tree has smooth gray bark and ovate,
unequally toothed, mid-green 3 - 5” leaves. The foliage turns yellow to orange in
the fall. Plant will become broadly conical and more open with age. Matures at
50’ high by 40’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Carpinus Caroliniana - American Hornbeam. Also known as Ironwood. Spreading,
occasionally shrubby, deciduous tree with fluted, smooth gray bark. Ovate,
sharply toothed, slightly glaucous, blue-green 5” leaves. Foliage is rounded or
heart-shaped
at the bases, and turns yellow to orange-red in the fall.
Matures at 40’ high by 50’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
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Carpinus Japonica - Japanese Hornbeam. A small deciduous tree seldom
growing more than 20 to 30’ high. Offers wide-spreading branches that
radiate like the ribs on a fan. Foliage is ovate to oblong 2 - 4 ½” long by ¾ 1¾” wide, double toothed, 20 to 24 vein-paired, deeply impressed dark
green leaves that offer a fall color of red.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Caryopteris X Clandonensis Assorted - Assorted Bluebeard. Also known as
Blue-Spirea.
A selection will be made based on the varieties, that will do
best in your area.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Caryopteris X Clandonensis Blue Mist - Blue Mist Bluebeard. Also known
as Blue-Spirea. A dense, mound-forming deciduous shrub. Offers ovatelance shaped, slightly toothed, gray-green leaves, to 2” long, silver-hairy
beneath. They bear axillary and terminal cymes
of powder blue flowers, to ½” across, in late summer and early autumn.
Plant matures
at 3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Caryopteris X Clandonesis Dark Knight - Dark Knight Bluebeard. Also
known as Blue-Spirea. A dense, mound-forming deciduous shrub. Offers
ovate-lance shaped, slightly toothed, silvery gray leaves, to 2” long,
silver-hairy beneath. They bear axillary and terminal cymes of very dark
blue flowers, to ½” across, in late summer and early autumn. Plant matures
at 3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Caryopteris X Clandonensis Longwood Blue - Longwood Blue Bluebeard.
Also known as Blue-Spirea. A dense, mound-forming deciduous shrub.
Offers ovate-lance shaped, slightly toothed, silver-gray leaves, to 2” long,
silver-hairy beneath. They bear axillary terminal cymes of violet blue
flowers, to ½” across, in late summer and early autumn. Plant matures at
3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Catalpa Bignonioides Aurea - Gold Southern Catalpa. Also known as Gold
Indian Bean Tree. Spreading, deciduous tree with broadly ovate, entire,
bright yellow, heart-shaped 10” leaves. White, 2” flowers marked with
yellow and purple-brown, are borne in upright 8 - 12” panicles. The flowers
are followed by 16” slender seed pods. Matures at 30’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Catalpa Bungei - Umbrella Bean Tree. Small, bushy pyramidal to roundheaded deciduous tree. Foliage will vary from 2 - 7” long and 1 ½ - 4 ½”
wide and is ovate, sometimes entire. Matures at 20 - 30’ high. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Catalpa Speciosa - Western Bean Tree. Spreading, deciduous tree with broadly
ovate, glossy, dark green 12” leaves. Foliage is usually with 3 finely tapered
lobes, densely hairy beneath. Large white 2 ½” flowers, marked with yellow and
purple, are sparsely borne in upright 6 - 8” panicles. Flowers are followed by
slender 20” pods. Matures at 50’ high by 50’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Ceanothus Gloriosus - Point Reyes Light Blue Creeping Ceanothus. A prostrate or
decumbent, evergreen shrub with opposite, oblong-elliptic, holly like leathery 1
½”
leaves. The leaves are dark green and hairless above, gray-hairy beneath,
with strongly toothed margins. In late spring and early summer, bears light blue
flowers. The plant matures at 12” high by 10 - 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Ceanothus Impressus Julia Phelps - Julia Phelps Ceanothus. Rounded, evergreen
shrub producing small, alternate, oblong-elliptic, finely toothed, dark green 1”
leaves. Violet
1 ¼” flowers, open from red-purple buds in late spring and
early summer. The plant matures at 6’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Ceanothus Impressus Victoria - Victoria Ceanothus. Spreading, evergreen shrub
with small alternate, rounded to elliptic, deeply veined, dark green ½” leaves.
Dark blue flowers are produced in rounded, 1” terminal cymes during mid and
late spring.
Matures at 5’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Ceanothus Veitchianus - California Lilac Blue Ceanothus. A spreading, rigidly
branched, evergreen shrub with small, alternate or opposite wedge-shaped,
toothed ¾” leaves.
The foliage is glossy, dark green above and gray-greenhairy beneath. Bears dark blue flowers in mid- and late spring. Plant matures at
10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Cedrus Atlantica Aurea - Golden Atlas Cedar. Conical, slow growing coniferous
tree, later becoming more open, with fissured, silvery gray bark. Produces sharply
pointed, roughly 4-sided, golden green 1” leaves when young becoming green as
they mature. Matures at 60’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cedrus Atlantica Fastigiata - Columnar Atlas Cedar. An upright form of the conifer
that has good blue-green needles. It has fissured, silvery gray bark and produces
sharply pointed, roughly 4 sided 1” needles in whorls of 30 - 45. The plant bears
2 ½” - 4” female cones. The plant matures at 60’ high by 20 - 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cedrus Atlantica Fastigiata Glauca - Columnar Blue Atlas Cedar. An upright form
of the conifer that has vivid blue-green needles that are silvery white at first. It
has fissured, silvery gray bark and produces sharply pointed, roughly 4 sided 1”
needles in whorls
of 30 - 45. The plant bears 2 ½” - 4” female cones. The
plant matures at 60’ high
by 20 - 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
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Cedrus Atlantica Glauca - Blue Atlas Cedar. A conical coniferous tree, later
becoming more open, with fissured, silvery gray bark. Produces sharply
pointed, roughly 4-sided, glaucous blue 1” foliage, silvery white at first in
whorls of 30 - 45. The plant bears 2 ½” - 4” female cones. The plant
matures at 60’ high by 20 - 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cedrus Atlatica Glauca Pendula - Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar. A coniferous
evergreen tree, with fissured, silvery gray bark. This weeping form offers
branches that cascade like water. Produces sharply pointed, roughly 4sided, glaucous blue 1” foliage, silvery white at first in whorls of 30 - 45.
The plant bears 2 ½” - 4” female cones. The plant matures at trained height
by 20 - 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cedrus Atlantica Granny Louise - Granny Louise Blue Atlas Cedar. A very
columnar upright form of the conifer that has short, blue-green needles that
are silvery white at first. It has fissured, silvery gray bark and produces
sharply pointed, roughly 4 sided 1” needles in whorls of 30 - 45. The plant
bears 2 ½” - 4” female cones. The plant matures at 60’ high by 20 - 30’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cedrus Brevifolia - Cyprus Cedar. Open crowned, coniferous tree with a
narrow habit when young, becoming broader with age, and with fissured,
silvery gray bark. Sharply pointed ½” leaves are gray-green to mid-green,
sometimes bluish green and borne in whorls of 20 - 30. Matures at 50’ high
by 40’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Cedrus Deodara - Deodar Cedar. Conical coniferous tree with spreading
branches, pendent shoot tips and dark brown or black bark. The needle like
1½” - 2” leaves are bright to glaucous, mid-green and produced in whorls of
20 - 30. Produces glaucous barrel shaped
3 - 5” female cones. Matures at 40 - 70’ high by 30’ wide in 40 years.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Albospica - Albospica White Variegated Deodar Cedar.
Conical coniferous tree with spreading branches, pendent shoot tips and dark
brown or black bark. The needle like 1½” - 2” leaves are white-silvery
when new becoming mixed with the, mid-green needles and are produced in
whorls of 20 - 30. Produces glaucous barrel shaped 3 - 5” female cones.
Matures at 20’ high by 10’ wide in 40 years. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Aurea - Golden Deodar Cedar. Conical coniferous tree with
spreading branches, pendent shoot tips and dark brown or black bark. The
needle like 1½” - 2” leaves are gold mid-green and produced in whorls of
20 - 30. Bright gold new foliage growth. Produces glaucous barrel shaped
3 - 5” female cones. Matures at 15’ high by 10’ wide in 40 years. Hardy in zones
7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Aurea Pendula - Weeping Golden Deodar Cedar. A weeping
coniferous tree with spreading branches, that must be staked when young for
upright growth. The plant has dark brown or black bark like the species. The
needle like 1½” - 2” leaves are golden, mid-green and produced in whorls of 20 30. New growth comes out bright gold. Produces glaucous barrel shaped 3 - 5”
female cones. Matures when trained at 30’ high by 25’ wide in 40 years. Hardy
in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Cream Puff - Cream Puff Semi-Dwarf Pyramidal Deodar Cedar.
Semi-dwarf pyramidal conifer with cream white foliage. Best of the white-tips for
not burning and takes pruning well. Nice patio tree. Matures at 10’. Hardy in
zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Deep Cove - Deep Cove Deodar Cedar. Pyramid, evergreen tree
with green foliage, but all new growth is pure white then turning yellow later in
the season. Matures at 10’. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Divinely Blue - Divinely Blue Deodar Cedar. Blue dwarf conifer
that grows with a flat top. Plant grows at a rate of 3 - 6” per year. Matures at
24” high
by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Emerald Spreader - Emerald Spreader Deodar Cedar. A lustrous
green, vigorous-growing, spreading conifer. Plant is a nice low spreader. Grows 6
- 12” a year.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Gold Cone - Gold Cone Deodar Cedar. Conical coniferous tree
with spreading branches, pendent shoot tips and dark brown or black bark. The
needle
like 1½” - 2” leaves are gold mid-green and produced in whorls of
20 - 30. Bright gold new foliage growth. This variety is more colorful than
Aurea. Produces glaucous barrel shaped 3 - 5” female cones. Matures at 15’ high
by 10’ wide in 40 years.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Hollandia - Hollandia Dwarf Deodar Cedar. A blue form of
Deodora Cedar that makes a compact dwarf evergreen shrub, like a nest spruce.
Grows 1 - 3” per year. Hardy in zone 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Kashmir - Kashmir Deodar Cedar. A hardier form with silvery
blue-green foliage. Conical coniferous tree with spreading branches, pendent
shoot tips and dark brown or black bark. The needle like 1½” - 2” leaves are
bright to glaucous, silvery blue-green and produced in whorls of 20 - 30.
Produces glaucous barrel shaped 3 - 5” female cones. Matures at 40 - 70’ high by
30’ wide in 40 years. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
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Cedrus Deodara Pendula - Weeping Deodar Cedar. A weeping coniferous
tree with spreading branches, that must be staked when young for upright
growth. The plant has dark brown or black bark like the species. The
needle like 1½” - 2” leaves are bright to glaucous, mid- green and produced
in whorls of 20 - 30. Produces glaucous barrel shaped 3 - 5” female
cones. Matures when trained at 30’ high by 25’ wide in 40 years. Hardy in
zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Pygmy - Pygmy Deodar Cedar. A small coniferous shrub
that offers glaucous, mid-green 1 ½” needles in whorls of 20 - 30. The
smallest of the small cedrus. A beautiful congested foliage. A plant that is
8 years old may be only 4 - 6” in diameter. Grows at a rate of ½ - 1” per
year. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Raywood’s Contorted - Raywood’s Contorted Deodar
Cedar. Twisted and contorted foliage makes this Deodora Cedar. Color of
leaves is your basic blue-green. Pyramid habit and grows slower than
species. Matures at 30’. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Raywood’s Prostrate Dwarf - Raywood’s Prostrate Dwarf
Deodar Cedar. The leaves are blue and the plant is a prostrate, evergreen
ground cover. Grows 3 - 6” per year. Matures at 6” high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara White Imp - White Imp Dwarf Deodar Cedar. Very small, dwarf
white-leafed deodora. Use next to walks and entryways. Evergreen plant will
reach 3’ at maturity. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Libani - Cedar of Lebanon. Coniferous tree with wide-spreading branches,
conical when young, flat-topped when old. The bark is black or brown with scaly
fissures and ridges. Slightly flattened, 4-sided, sharply pointed, dark green to
gray-green 1” leaves are born in whorls of 10 - 20. Matures at 60’ high by 60’
wide. Hardy in zone 7 - 9.
Cedrus Libani Blue Angel - Blue Angel Libani Cedar. Imagine an outline of an
angel without the head and you have the habit of the plant. Evergreen leaves are
powder blue and about 2” long. Branches come out horizontally and contorting
and then the tip weeps. At young age does not look blue or tightly branched.
Grows 18” to 3’ per year. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Libani Brevifolia - Cyprus Cedar. Same as Cedrus Brevifolia. Open
crowned, coniferous tree with a narrow habit when young, becoming broader with
age, and with fissured, silvery gray bark. Sharply pointed ½” leaves are graygreen to mid-green, sometimes bluish green and borne in whorls of 20 - 30.
Matures at 50’ high by 60’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Cedrus Libani Comte De Dijon - Comte De Dijon Libani Cedar. A dwarf, broad
conical habit with leaves that become thinner on the end of the branches.
Evergreen foliage is a light green. Grows 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Silver Mist - Silver Mist Dwarf Deodar Cedar. Dwarf
coniferous shrub that offers white-tipped leaves. Grows in a flat-topped
globular mound with attractive, whitish foliage. Matures at 6’. Hardy in
zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Libani Green Prince - Green Prince Dwarf Libani Cedar. A dark green
irregular dwarf coniferous shrub. This plant is great for Bonsai. Plant only grows
about ¼ - 1”
a year. Hardy in zone 7 -9.
Cedrus Deodara Snow Sprite - Snow Sprite Dwarf Deodar Cedar. Small,
dwarf, white mound shaped coniferous shrub. The plant will take sun and
pruning well. Matures at 4’.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Libani Nana - Dwarf Libani Cedar. Same plant at ‘Comte de Dijon’. A
dwarf green evergreen form. Develops a globose bush with widely arranged
branches. Plant grows 6 - 12” per year. Matures at 50’ high by 40’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Deodara Verticillata Glauca - Verticillata Blue Deodar Cedar. A
blue upright form of deodora. Limbs do not weep on ends. Evergreen plant
looks more like Atlantica Glauca, but is a deodora with soft needles. Grows
from 12 - 16” per year. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Libani Nana Green Knight - Green Knight Dwarf Libani Cedar. A dark
green irregular dwarf coniferous shrub. This plant is great for Bonsai. Plant only
grows
about ¼ - 1” a year. Hardy in zone 7 -9.
Cedrus Deodara Well’s Golden - Well’s Golden Deodar Cedar. This
coniferous, densely branched, multistemmed, broadly pyramidal plant is
covered with golden-yellow foliage. Grows broader than high. Good plant
to shear. Makes an excellent accent plant. Matures at 20’. Hardy in zones
7 - 9.
Cedrus Libani Pendula - Weeping Libani Cedar. Coniferous tree with long leaves
and pendulous branches. Plant has to be staked for height. Needles are bluish
green. Plant grows 12 - 16” per year. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Libani Pendula Glauca - Weeping Blue Libani Cedar. A weeping
coniferous tree with wide-spreading branches, that offers slightly flattened, 4
sided, sharply pointed steel blue 1” needles that are borne in whorls of 10 - 20.
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pink, or occasionally white ½” flowers are borne in clusters of 2 - 8 on bare stems,
before the leaves. Matures at 30’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Offers barrel-shaped dull green to brown 3 - 5” female cones. The plant
matures at 100’ . Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cedrus Libani Sargentii - Sargentii Libani Cedar. Slow creeping and dwarf
mounding, with bluish-green foliage. Makes a beautiful evergreen ground
cover with male stamens sticking up off the foliage. Plant grows 6 - 12” per
year. Hardy in zone 7 - 9.
Celtis Occidentalis - Common Hackberry. Spreading, deciduous tree with
broadly ovate to ovate-lance-shaped, sharply toothed 5” leaves. The foliage
is rounded to heart-shaped at the bases and are glossy, mid-green above,
paler and sparsely softly hairy on the veins beneath. Edible ½” fruit ripen
from yellow or red to purple. Matures at 70’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in
zones 2 - 9.
Celtis Occidentalis Chicagoland - Chicagoland Hackberry. Spreading,
deciduous tree that developes a single upright leader with broadly ovate to
ovate-lance-shaped, sharply toothed 5” leaves. The foliage is rounded to
heart-shaped at the bases and are glossy, mid-green above, paler and
sparsely softly hairy on the veins beneath. Edible ½” fruit ripen from yellow
or red to purple. Matures at 70’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 9.
Centaurea Montana - Mountain Bluet Perennial. Rhizomatous, mat-forming
perennial with ovate to broadly lance-shaped, entire to pinnatifid, sometimes
slightly toothed, mid-green 2 ½” leaves that is woolly beneath, with
densely woolly stems. Blue 2” flowerheads with reddish violet florets, that
open from late spring to midsummer. Matures at 18” high by 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Cercidiphyllum Japonicum - Katsura Tree. Pyramidal, later rounded and
sometimes very wide-spreading, deciduous tree with Cercis-like, opposite,
sometimes alternate, ovate to rounded 4” leaves. Foliage is bronze when
young becoming mid-green then turning yellow, orange and red in the fall.
Best foliage color is available in acidic soil. Fallen leaves smell of burnt
sugar. Matures at 40’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Cercidiphyllum Japonicum Pendula - Weeping Katsura Tree. A weeping
deciduous
tree with Cercis-like, opposite, sometimes alternate, ovate
to rounded leaves, to 4” long. The leaves are bronze-red when young,
turning bluish green in the summer. The fall color varies from yellow to
apricot. The plant has a weeping habit, with slender, pendent branches. It
matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Cercis Canadensis - Eastern Redbud. Spreading, multi-stemmed deciduous
tree with heart-shaped 4” leaves that are pointed at the tips. Foliage is
bronze when young,
turning yellow in the fall. Deep crimson, purple to
Cercis Canadensis Alba - White Flowering Eastern Redbud. Spreading, multistemmed deciduous tree with heart-shaped 4” leaves that are pointed at the tips.
Foliage is
bronze when young, turning yellow in the fall. White ½” flowers
are borne in
clusters of 2 - 8 on bare stems, before the leaves. Matures at
30’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Cercis Canadensis Forest Pansy - Forest Pansy Eastern Redbud. Spreading, often
multi-stemmed, deciduous tree with heart-shaped 4” leaves that are pointed at the
tips. Dark red-purple foliage. Purple ½” flowers are borne in cluster of 2 - 8 on
bare stems before the leaves. Matures at 30’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones
5 - 9.
Cercis Candensis Silver Cloud - Silver Cloud Eastern Redbud. Spreading, often
multi-stemmed, deciduous tree with heart-shaped 4” leaves that are pointed at the
tips. Foliage is mid-green with irregularly white variegation. Best if grown in the
shade. Purple ½” flowers are borne in cluster of 2 - 8 on bare stems before the
leaves. Matures at 30’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Cercis Chinensis Avondale - Avondale Chinese Redbud. Densely branched,
evergreen shrub or small tree with erect shoots and rounded, glossy leathery, rich
green, 5” leaves with pointed tips. The foliage turns yellow in the fall. Bears
abundant clusters of 3 - 8 dark purple-pink flowers. Matures at 20’ high by 15’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Chaenomeles Assorted - Assorted Flowering Quince. A vigorous, wide spreading
deciduous shrub with tangled, spiny branches and oval, glossy, dark green 1 ½” - 3
½” leaves. In spring, bears clusters of 2 - 4 scarlet crimson , peach coral or white
1 ¾” flowers. The flowers are followed by aromatic, green-yellow 2 ½” fruit. The
plant matures at 8 feet in height by 15 feet wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chaenomeles Japonica Minerva - Minerva Red Flowering Quince. Spreading,
thorny deciduous shrub with obovate to rounded, glossy mid-green 2” leaves.
Abundant clusters of large, velvety, cherry-red 1 ½” flowers that are borne in
spring, followed by yellow or yellow flushed red 1 - 1 ½” fruit. Matures at 3’ high
by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chaenomeles Japonica Orange Delight - Orange Delight Orange-Red Flowering
Quince. Low-growing, spreading, thorny deciduous shrub with obovate to
rounded, glossy mid-green 2” leaves. Abundant clusters of orange-red 1 ½”
flowers that are borne in spring, followed by yellow or yellow flushed red 1 - 1 ½”
fruit. Matures at 24” - 36” high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
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Chaenomeles Speciosa Red Flowering - Red Flowering Quince. Vigorous,
wide-spreading, rounded, deciduous shrub with tangled, thorn less branches
and oval, glossy, dark green
1 ½ - 3 ½” leaves. In spring, bears clusters
of 2 - 4 red 1 ¾” flowers, followed by aromatic, green-yellow 2 ½” fruit.
Matures at 8’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chaenomeles Speciosa Toyo Niska - Toyo Niska Flowering Quince. Vigorous,
wide-spreading, upright, deciduous shrub with tangled, spiny branches and
oval, glossy, dark green
1½ - 3 ½” leaves. In spring, bears clusters of
2 - 4 pink, white and red 1 ¾” flowers on the same branch, followed by
aromatic, green-yellow 2 ½” fruit. Matures at 8’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
Chaenomeles X Superba Cameo - Cameo Peach-Pink Flowering Quince.
Rounded deciduous, thorn less shrub with spreading branches and narrowly
to broadly ovate or ovate-oblong, glossy, mid-green 2 ½” leaves. From
spring to summer, bears double peach-pink 1 ¼ - 1 ¾” flowers. The flowers
are followed by 2 - 3” green fruit that ripens to yellow. Matures at 5’ high
by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chaenomeles X Superba Hollandia - Hollandia Red Flowering Quince.
Rounded deciduous, spiny shrub with spreading branches and narrowly to
broadly ovate or ovate-oblong, glossy, mid-green 2 ½” leaves. From spring
to summer and again in the fall, bears large red
1¼ - 1¾” flowers. The
flowers are followed by 2 - 3” green fruit that ripens to yellow. Matures at
5’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chaenomeles X Superba Jet Trail - Jet Trail White Flowering Quince.
Compact, low growing, deciduous, spiny shrub with spreading branches and
narrowly to broadly ovate or ovate-oblong, glossy, mid-green 2 ½” leaves.
From spring to summer, bears white 1 ¼ - 1 ¾” flowers. The flowers are
followed by 2 - 3” green fruit that ripens to yellow. Matures at 5’ high by 6’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chaenomeles X Superba Texas Scarlet - Texas Scarlet Red Flowering Quince.
Compact and spreading deciduous shrub with spiny, spreading branches
and narrowly to broadly ovate or ovate-oblong, glossy, mid-green 2 ½”
leaves. From spring to summer, bears cluster of cup-shaped, tomato-red 1
¼ - 1 ¾” flowers. Flowers are followed by 2 - 3” green fruit that ripens to
yellow. Matures at 5’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Dansugi - Poodled. Combinations of Rheingold, Heatherbun,
Plumosa Aurea and Nana Lutea grafted on a standard for a very outdoor
patio tree.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Albospica - Albospica Lawson Cypress.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Alumii - Alumii Blue Lawson Cypress. Narrowly
conical, coniferous tree with erect sprays of blue-gray leaves. Sprays form a
billowing skirt of foliage at the base. Matures at 20 - 50’. Hardy in zone 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Argentea Compacta - Argentea Compact Lawson
Cypress. A broadly conical, evergreen shrub with feathery green foliage that is
variegated with creamy white. From a distance looks white. Grows 2 - 4” per
year. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Azura - Azura Lawson Cypress. A blue sport from
‘Alumii’. The evergreen foliage is intense blue with large sprays. Again, a
narrow plant that grows to about 45’. Grows at a rate of 12 - 18” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Barabit’s Globe - Barabit’s Globe Lawson Cypress.
Plant makes a dwarf, globose, evergreen shrub. Branchlets come out upright but
bend over on tips. Grows 2 - 4 ” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Barry’s Silver - Barry’s Silver Lawson Cypress.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Blue Empire - Blue Empire Lawson Cypress. This
evergreen plant is gold sometimes and blue other times. Grows about 6 - 12” per
year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Blue Jacket - Blue Jacket Lawson Cypress. Broad
conical habit, evergreen branches outspread, twigs densely packed, very fine,
blue green. On underside of leaves there are bluish-white markings. Grows 12 18” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Blue Surprise - Blue Surprise Lawson Cypress. A
narrowly columnar, coniferous tree with a dense crown, a pendent leading shoot,
and reddish brown bark. Best blue color. Powder blue mature leaves arranged
in opposite pairs;
they are sharply pointed, with incurved tips. Matures at 50’
high by 12 - 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Columnaris Glauca - Blue Column Lawson Cypress.
A columnar blue evergreen plant. Will only be 2’ across when plant is 20’ tall.
Grows 6 - 12” per year. Matures at 25’. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Densa Aurea - Densa Gold Lawson Cypress. Slow
growing, dwarf evergreen with golden foliage. Leaves densely arranged and stiff.
Golden yellow all year. Grows 1 ½ - 3” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
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Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Duncanii - Duncanii Lawson Cypress. A nice
dwarf conifer. Foliage is a mid-green color. Branching grows in a slightly
open and irregular shape with nodding tips. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Dutch Gold - Dutch Gold Lawson Cypress.
Upright, pyramid habit with brilliant golden foliage. Great color plant for a
conifer garden. Evergreen plant will reach only 15’ at maturity. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Ellwood’s Nymph - Ellwood’s Nymph Lawson
Cypress. A miniature tightly packed evergreen plant with gray-green
juvenile foliage. This plant was first introduced to the trade as ‘MacPenny’s
Gnome’. Grows 1 - 3” per year. Matures at 2’. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Ellwood’s Pillar - Ellwood’s Pillar Dwarf
Lawson Cypress. Dense, conical evergreen shrub with has erect branches.
Foliage is ovate, and has a blue-gray color on young leaves. Matures at 10’
high by 2 - 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Ellwood’s Pygmy - Ellwood’s Dwarf Lawson
Cypress.
A dwarf upright evergreen. Foliage is juvenile and blue.
Plant makes a great patio plant. Grows 2 - 4” per year. Matures at 6’ high.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Elwood’s White - Ellwood’s White Dwarf
Lawson Cypress. A dense conical growing evergreen shrub with erect
branches. Foliage is ovate, and has a blue-gray color that is speckled with
white variegation. The foliage color tends to become brownish in the
winter. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Fletcherii - Fletcherii Lawson Cypress. Dense,
conical evergreen shrub that has erect branches. Foliage is ovate, with a
blue-gray color when young graying with age. Matures at 40’ high by 5 - 6’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Forsteckensis - Forsteckensis Lawson Cypress.
Dwarf, evergreen shrub that offers a light-green foliage color. Grows in a
flattop globe shape. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide. Excellent for larger rock
gardens.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Gimbornii - Gimbornii Lawson Cypress. Dwarf,
densely compact globose evergreen. Foliage is a purple-blue on the new
growth, plant looks
blue on erect, thick and stiff branches. Grows 2 4” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Gold Flake - Gold Flake Variegated Lawson Cypress.
This is a variegated sport. Evergreen leaves are a dull green with splashes of
yellow throughout the plant. Upright conical habit, with open sprays. Grows 12 18” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Golden King - Golden King Lawson Cypress. A
yellow-leafed, conical, evergreen tree with a graceful but slightly open habit. It
arose as a seedling from Cham.Lawsoniana ‘Triomf van Boskoop’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Golden Shower - Golden Shower Lawson Cypress. A
large growing yellow upright evergreen. Most side branches are hanging down as
in a shower of gold. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zone 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Golden Wonder - Golden Wonder Lawson Cypress.
Upright growing evergreen tree. One of the best of the yellow-leaved varieties. It
grows in more of a pyramidal form and offers a beautiful yellow-green foliage
color.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Grayswood Feather - Grayswood Feather Lawson
Cypress. An erect, tall evergreen shrub with dark green foliage in acid soil and
yellowish foliage in alkaline soil. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Green Globe - Green Globe Lawson Cypress. A
miniature green ball. A twenty year old plant will be 12” across. Dark green
evergreen needles. Plant grows ½ - 1” per year. Hardy in zone 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Ivonne - Ivonne Lawson Cypress. A narrow, yellowleaved, erect, small evergreen tree. This plant has a very attractive color. Hardy
in zones 5 -9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Konijns Silver - Konijns Silver Lawson Cypress.
Another variegated Lawsoniana. Evergreen tree is tear shaped with splashes of
yellow that are sometimes white. Grows 12 - 18” per year. Matures at 30’. Hardy
in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Lycopodioides - Lycopodioides Dwarf Lawson
Cypress. A bluish green, conical evergreen plant. Leaves are twisted and
contorted. Looks like Cham. Obtusa ‘Coralliformis’. A very nice dwarf plant.
Grows 2 - 4” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Miki - Miki Lawson Cypress. A slow-growing, conical
evergreen tree. Offers yellow-green foliage. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
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Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Minima Aurea - Gold Minima Dwarf Lawson
Cypress. Dwarf Golden Lawson Cypress. Never needs pruning. Looks
almost like orientalis ‘Berkmann’ but no blight. Very special dwarf conifer.
Grows 2 - 4” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Nidiformis - Nest Lawson Cypress. Dwarf
evergreen nest-like plant with branches spread horizontally and down. Has a
secondary branch on each spray that is coarser. Nice green foliage. Grows 3
- 6” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Oregon Blue - Oregon Blue Lawson Cypress. A
narrowly columnar, coniferous tree with a dense crown, a pendent leading
shoot, and reddish
brown bark. Aqua-blue mature leaves are
arranged in opposite pairs; they are
sharply pointed, with incurved
tips. Matures at 50’ high by 12 - 15’ wide.
Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Pembury Blue - Pembury Blue Lawson Cypress.
The best blue lawson cypress money can buy. Grows in a medium tall
conical habit. Color is silver-blue and grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Port Orford Aurea - Golden Port Orford
Lawson Cypress. A pyramid form of Lawson that offers lacy, yellow and
green drooping foliage.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Pygmea Argentea - Pygmea Argentea Dwarf
Lawson Cypress. Dwarf globose form with green evergreen foliage that has
creamy white tips. Foliage will burn in the sun. Sometimes called
‘Backhouse Silver’. Grows 1 - 3” per year. Matures at 3’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Somerset - Somerset Lawson Cypress.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Spek - Spek Lawson Cypress. A columnar upright with
gray-blue evergreen foliage. Spectacular color. Used to be called ‘Glauca’. Nice
thing about plant is 2’ wide when it is 20’ tall. Grows 6 - 12” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Susan - Susan Lawson Cypress. A yellow upright
conical, evergreen plant. Large sprays and bright color. Grows 6 - 12” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Treasure - Treasure Dwarf Lawson Cypress. A dwarf
cone
of yellow-green foliage generously variegated with pale cream. This
evergreen plant
grows 2 - 4” per year. Matures at 6’. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Van Pelt - Van Pelt Blue Lawson Cypress. A compact,
narrow, pyramidal evergreen. Scale like leaves are carried in regular vertical
planes. A widely adapted, slow growing tree, that when planted 2 - 3’ apart
makes a narrow formal hedge. Foliage is blue green with anew metallic blue
color. Matures at 30’ high x 5 - 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Wisselii - Wisselii Lawson Cypress. Plant is columnar
with erect branches that are twisted slightly. Color is dense dark green.
Evergreen tree
grows 6 - 12” per year. Matures at 30’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis - Alaskan Cedar. Conical, occasionally columnar,
coniferous tree with brown-gray bark, peeling in large plantes, and sharply
pointed, free-tipped, scale-like dark green mature leaves arranged in long, prudent
sprays. Matures at 100’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis Nana - Dwarf Alaskan Cedar.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Silver Queen - Silver Queen Lawson Cypress.
A conical habit with cream white variegation in the foliage. Beautiful
evergreen tree. Matures at 30’. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Silver Threads - Silver Threads Lawson
Cypress. This plant is basically green with white and golden flecks all over
it. A miniature, evergreen upright cone. This was a variegated sport on
‘Ellwood’s Gold’. Sometimes burns. Grows 2 - 4” per year. Matures at 4’.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Snow White - Snow White Dwarf Lawson
Cypress . A broadly conical dwarf evergreen plant with blue juvenile
foliage that is tipped with white for part of the year. This plant matures at 6
feet. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis Pendula - Weeping Alaskan Cedar. A columnar,
coniferous tree with brown-gray bark, peeling in large plates, and sharply pointed,
free-tipped, scale-like, dark green mature leaves arranged in long, pendent sprays.
The plants main leader goes straight up as all terminal branches bow out with all
laterals going straight down. Matures at 60’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 7.
Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis Pendula Aurea - Golden Weeping Alaskan Cedar. A
columnar, coniferous tree with brown-gray bark, peeling in large plates, and
sharply pointed, free-tipped, scale-like, yellow foliage when young, turning
yellow-green when mature, leaves arranged in long, pendent sprays. The plants
main leader goes straight up as all terminal branches bow out with all laterals
going straight down. Matures at 60’ high
by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 -
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Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
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Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis Pendula Glauca - Blue Weeping Alaskan Cedar.
A columnar, coniferous tree with brown-gray bark, peeling in large plates,
and sharply pointed, free-tipped, scale-like, blue-green mature leaves
arranged in long, pendent sprays. The plants main leader goes straight up as
all terminal branches bow out with all laterals going straight down. Matures
at 60’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis Pendula Green Arrow - Green Arrow Weeping
Alaskan Cedar. A columnar, coniferous tree with brown-gray bark, peeling
in large plates, and sharply pointed, free-tipped, scale-like, dark green
mature leaves arranged in long, pendent sprays. The main leader goes
straight up and all other branches come straight down. Matures at 30 - 40’
high by 6 - 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis Pendula Mr. Green Slim - Mr. Green Slim
Weeping Alaskan Cedar.
Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis Pendula Stricta - Stricta Weeping Alaskan
Cedar. An extremely narrow columnar, coniferous tree that is almost a
broomstick with brown-gray bark, peeling in large plates, and sharply
pointed, free-tipped, scale-like, dark green mature leaves arranged in long,
pendent sprays. The plants main leader goes straight up as all terminal
branches bow out with all laterals going straight down. Matures at 60’ high
by 6 - 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis Variegata - Variegated Alaskan Cedar. A
columnar, coniferous tree with brown-gray bark, peeling in large plates,
and sharply pointed, free-tipped, scale-like, blue-green mature leaves with
golden variegated markings. The plants main leader goes straight up as all
terminal branches bow out with all laterals going straight down. Matures at
60’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Blue Feathers - Blue Feathers Hinoki Cypress. A
dwarf globe evergreen shrub offering blue foliage. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Chabo Yaderi - Chabo Yaderi Hinoki Cypress. A
semi-dwarf evergreen shrub type of upright Hinoki. The foliage is a blue
green juvenile type. Looks almost like an orientalis. Grows 3 - 6” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Compacta - Compact Hinoki Cypress. A broad
columnar form,
of the coniferous tree with soft, stringy bark. A green
vigorous upright grower with the tear-eyed effect. Gland less, blunt, dark
beneath, are borne in 2 unequal pairs.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Confucious - Confucious Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A dwarf
evergreen shrub with golden color and an upright habit. The winter color is an
orange
on the gold. Leaves have the tear-shape. Similar to Crippsi but has a
denser habit.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Coralliformis Torulosa Nana - Torulosa Dwarf Hinoki
Cypress. This is a compact and slow-growing evergreen shrub with contorted
branchlets and twisted foliage. Matures at 20” high by 20” wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Crippsii - Crippsii Hinoki Cypress. Slow growing
evergreen tree with rich golden foliage. A fine specimen tree, best planted in full
sun. The leaves are large fans with lacy growth. Has leaves like fingers instead
of cup-shaped. Matures
at 50 feet high by 25 feet wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Dainty Doll - Dainty Doll Hinoki Cypress. Semi-dwarf,
evergreen shrub which has a broadly conical form with an irregular habit that
offers dainty foliage. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Elf - Elf Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. This coniferous plant is a
true ‘Nana’, considered to be one of the better dwarf forms. It is very small, and
compact. This plant is a nice green color with little tear shaped ends. The plant
will
be 10” in 10 years growing only 1” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Fernspray Gold - Fernspray Gold Hinoki Cypress.
Evergreen shrub type of Dwarf Golden Hinoki with fern-like leaf sprays. Slow
growing, the branches clothed with short, rich golden yellow, fern-like leaves. In
the shade the plant takes on a chartreuse color. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Filicoides - Fernspray Hinoki Cypress. This evergreen
shrub looks like a fern and is dark green. An open, irregular shrub or small tree
with long, straggly branches, covered with dense, pendulous clusters of fern-like,
green foliage. Needs pruning to make a more compact plant otherwise it will
become a large upright. Matures at 10 - 12 feet. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Golden Fern - Golden Fern Hinoki Cypress. Beautiful new
Hinoki. Looks like a fern in the forest. Imagine a ‘Fernspray Gold’ that is
miniature
with juvenile evergreen foliage and golden-green in color. Grows
1 - 3” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Golden Sprite - Golden Sprite Hinoki Cypress. Miniature
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compact Golden Hinoki. Looks like a piece of coral. Evergreen plant will be
the size of a volleyball in about 20 years. Grows ¼ - ½” per year. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Gracilis - Hinoki Cypress. A broad, conical,
coniferous tree with soft, stringy bark. Gland less, blunt, dark green
mature leaves, bright white-banded
beneath, are borne in 2 unequal pairs.
Matures at 40’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Gracilis Aurea - Golden Hinoki Cypress. A broad,
conical, coniferous tree with soft, stringy bark. Gland less, blunt, bright new
gold foliage with golden-green mature leaves, bright white-banded beneath,
are borne in 2 unequal pairs. Matures at 40’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Gracilis Aurea Nana - Dwarf Golden Hinoki
Cypress. A broad, conical, coniferous tree with soft, stringy bark. Gland
less, blunt, golden yellow mature leaves, greener when grown in the shade.
Foliage is borne in 2 unequal pairs. Matures at 10’ high by 4 -5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Gracilis Wells - Wells Hinoki Cypress. A broad,
conical,
coniferous tree with soft, stringy bark. Gland less, blunt, dark
green mature leaves, bright white-banded beneath, are borne in 2 unequal
pairs. Matures at 40’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Graciosa - Graciosa Hinoki Cypress. This evergreen
shrub is a sport off of ‘Nana Gracilis’. It’s a medium grower with dark
green netted leaf sprays with a more feathery foliage. Forms a globular
upright tree. Matures at 10 feet high by 4 - 5 feet wide. Hardy in zones 4 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Hage - Hage Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A broad,
occasionally conical, coniferous tree with soft, stringy bark. Gland less,
blunt, dark green mature leaves, bright white-banded beneath. This plant
only grows 1” a year but the tears look smaller so as to give the plant a solid
look. Matures at 6’ high by 4 -5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Heavy Texture - Heavy Texture Hinoki Cypress. A
broad, thick, columnar form, of the coniferous tree with soft, stringy bark. A
dark green vigorous upright grower with the tear-eyed effect. Gland less,
blunt, dark green mature leaves, bright white-banded beneath, are borne in
2 unequal pairs. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Intermedia - Intermedia Hinoki Cypress. Miniature
green hinoki. This evergreen plant is a spreading globose bush-shape.
Almost flat with little sprays. Grows at the rate of ½ - ¾” per year. Hardy
in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Kamaeni Hiba - Kamaeni Hiba Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A
threadlike Golden Dwarf Hinoki. Grows 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Kosteri - Kosteri Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A dwarf green
Hinoki with neatly netted evergreen leaves that are cup shaped. A very slow
growing globular form. It resembles the best forms of ‘Nana Gracilis’. Matures
at 10’ high by 4 - 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Kosteri Fastigiata - Columnar Kosteri Hinoki Cypress. A
dwarf green Hinoki with neatly netted evergreen leaves that are cup shaped. A
very slow growing columnar form. It resembles the best forms of ‘Nana Gracilis’
. Matures at 10’ high by 30” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Kosteri Sport - Kosteri Sport Hinoki Cypress. Looks like a
‘Kosteri’ but grows like a large Hinoki. This is not a dwarf. Grows about 8 - 12”
per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Lacey - Lacey Hinoki Cypress. A more vigorous Hinoki
with lacy foliage and graceful, arching habit. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Loughead - Loughead Hinoki Cypress. An upright-growing
semi dwarf with an irregular habit and with thickened branch tips. Sometimes
spelled as “Lockheed”. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Mariessi - Mariessi Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A dwarf Hinoki
with all new growth coming out white. Open little evergreen shrub with even
old foliage showing variegation. Plant in partial shade. Grows 3 - 6” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Meroke - Meroke Hinoki Cypress. A stiff golden-yellow
evergreen plant. Looks as though it has arms, very narrow. Grows 4 - 8” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Nana - True Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. This plant is the true
‘Nana’. It should by no means be confused with the much faster and taller
growing ‘Nana Gracilis’. This plant is a nice green color with little tear shaped
ends. This evergreen plant will be 10” in 10 years growing only 1” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Nana Contorta - Contorted Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. Rare
and choice. A true dwarf conifer that is contorted as it grows. Grows about 1” per
year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Nana Gracilis - Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A broad, conical,
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leaves, bright white-banded beneath, borne in 2 unequal pairs. Matures at
10’ high by 4 -5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Nana Lutea - Gold Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A dwarf
gold Hinoki that forms a tight compact evergreen shrub. The cup shaped
leaf sprays are golden yellow and grow 1 - 3” a year. Plant rarely needs
pruning. Matures at 12” high by 10” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Pygmaea - Pygmaea Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. Also
known as Pygmy False Cypress. A flat-topped rounded, dwarf, evergreen
shrub with red-brown shoots and fan-shaped, bright green foliage, becoming
brown over winter. Matures at 5’ high. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Reis Dwarf - Reis Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. This
evergreen shrub throws a stiff main leader and plates of dwarf congested
foliage horizontally along it. It grows at a rate of 4 - 8” per year. This plant
is similar to ‘Kosteri’, but like the species, tends to develop long straggling
branches which must be removed. It is possible to form unusual shapes with
plants of this cultivar. Matures at 10’ high by 4 - 5’ wide.
Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Repens - Repens Creeping Dwarf Hinoki Cypress.
Emerald green, soft evergreen foliage, spreading like a juniper. Still has
the look of a hinoki. Actually a mutation of ‘Nana Gracilis’ with an almost
creeping habit. Grows 3 - 6” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Rigid Dwarf - Rigid Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A dark
green, dwarf form that grows narrowly upright. Looks like ‘Nana Gracilis’
but nicer color and
tighter more upright plant. Grows 1 - 3” per year.
Matures at 3’ in 25 years.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Sanderi - Sander’s Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. Upright,
evergreen that has a juvenile, fluffy, foliage that is interspersed with older
foliage. Offers good blue-green color. Matures at 10’. Hardy in zones 4 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Snowflake - Snowflake Variegated Dwarf Hinoki
Cypress. A dwarf Hinoki with the same growth pattern as ‘Nana Gracilis’,
but on the top of each tear-shaped stem is a white variegation, that looks like
snowflakes covering this nice small evergreen plant. Grows 3” to 6” per
year. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Snowkist - Snowkist Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A dwarf
Hinoki with the same growth pattern as ‘Nana Gracilis’ but on the top of
each tear-shaped stem is a white variegation. Grows 3 - 6” per year.
Hardy in zone 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Sparkles - Sparkles Variegated Dwarf Hinoki Cypress.
Dwarf, compact growth and foliage like ‘Tempelhof’ but has 50% green and 50%
yellow evergreen leaves. Never have seen a variegation like this in a hinoki.
Grows 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Spiralis - Spiralis Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A stiff dwarf
upright with twisted foliage. This evergreen close to ‘Rigid Dwarf’ but has
twisted foliage. Grows 1” - 3” per year and will reach 3 feet in 25 years. One of
the most beautiful cultivars. It has dark green, coarse foliage. Hardy in zones 4 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Split Rock - Split Rock Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A Hinoki
cypress with pyramidal habit. Very compact and nice evergreen. Great for the
dwarf conifer garden. Grows 3” - 6” per year. A sport of ‘Nana Gracilis’ slow
growing.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Sunspray - Sunspray Golden Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. Same
type
as ‘Nana Lutea’, but a better looking yellow. A dwarf yellow-gold hinoki
that forms a tight compact evergreen shrub. The cup shaped leaf sprays are
golden yellow and
grow 1 - 3” a year. Plant rarely needs pruning. Matures
at 12” high by 10” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Tempelhof - Tempelhof Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A fast
growing, compact rounded bushy evergreen form, grows broad as well as a
conical plant. Leaves are fan-shaped and yellowish-green. Plant in winter has a
brownish-bronze look to it. Matures at 8 feet high. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Tetragona Aurea - Golden Tetragona Hinoki Cypress. An
evergreen that has 4-ranked, fern-like, golden yellow to bronze-yellow leaves,
which
are greener when grown in the shade. Plant grows in a columnar
fashion. Matures
at 30 feet high. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Torulosa - Torulosa Hinoki Cypress. A slow growing
threadlike evergreen plant that grows irregular, contorted branchlets and twisted
foliage.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Torulosa Nana - Torulosa Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. A slow
growing dwarf green threadlike evergreen plant that grows irregular, contorted
branchlets and twisted foliage. Matures at 20” high by 20” wide. Used in Japan as
a hedge material.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
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Chamaecyparis Obtusa Verdon - Verdon Gold Dwarf Hinoki Cypress.
Another dwarf golden upright Hinoki. A yellow mutation of ‘Nana
Gracilis’ that seems to have the best tear shaped leaves of them all “Very
good evergreen for full sun situations.” Matures
at 6 - 8 feet. Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Obtusa Wykoff - Wykoff Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. Dwarf
upright with
dark green foliage. Grows ½ - 1” per year. Hardy in
zone 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Aureo-Variegata Nana - Variegated Dwarf Globe
Sawara Cypress. Dwarf, globe, variegated evergreen shrub. Offers spine
tipped scale like leaves. Foliage
is dark green lighter green beneath
having white tipped new growth. Matures at 3 - 4” high by 4 - 5” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Boulevard Baby Blue - Baby Blue Boulevard
Cypress. Initially a compact, broad, conical, coniferous tree with an open
crown and hard, fissured, finely peeling, red-brown bark. Soft, powder bluegreen mature leaves, marked white beneath, that turn bronze in the winter.
Matures at 30 feet.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Compacta Variegata - Compact Variegated Cypress.
A dwarf
flat green globe, with tiny flecks of yellow throughout. Grows
1 - 2” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Cream Ball - Cream Ball Dwarf White Cypress. A
small dwarf ball with white foliage. Looks a lot like the variety ‘Snow’.
Grows 1 - 2” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Curly Tops - Curly Tops Dwarf Blue Cypress. A
small dwarf
ball of blue evergreen foliage with white stomates. All
the foliage ends with curly
leaves. Perfect new plant for all gardens.
Hardy in zone 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Cyanoviridis - Boulevard Cypress. Initially a
compact,
broad, conical, coniferous tree with an open crown
and hard, fissured, finely peeling, red-brown bark. Soft, blue-green mature
leaves, marked white beneath, that turn
bronze in the winter.
Matures at 30 feet.
Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Devon Cream - Devon Cream Dwarf Cypress. A
small dwarf upright growing evergreen plant like a boulevard cypress but
all new foliage in spring, going back to blue in winter. Grows 3 - 6” per
year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Filifera - Green Threadbranch Cypress. A small very wide
evergreen tree to 15 - 20’ tall, with threadlike branchlets and foliage. Foliage is
slender, whip-like shoots, which are mostly unbranched, and dark green. Matures
at 15 - 20’ high by 12 - 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Filifera Aurea - Gold Threadbranch Cypress. A broad or
globular shrubby evergreen that has golden yellow whip-like shoots, which are
mostly unbranched. Plant is slower growing than Filifera. The plant matures at 15
- 20 feet.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Filifera Aurea Nana - Dwarf Gold Threadbranch Cypress.
A broad or globular shrubby evergreen that has golden yellow whip-like shoots,
which are mostly unbranched. Plant is slower growing than Filifera Aurea. The
plant matures at 10 -12 feet. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Filifera Aureo-Variegata - Gold Variegated Threadbranch
Cypress. A broad or globular shrubby evergreen that has green whip-like shoots
that are covered with entirely yellow spots, limbs are mostly unbranched. Plant is
slower growing than Filifera. The plant matures at 15 - 20 feet. Hardy in zones 5
- 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Filifera Gold Spangle - Gold Spangle Threadbranch
Cypress. Branches are short and slightly twisted. Makes an upright conical
golden-yellow evergreen tree about 10’ high. Grows 4 - 8” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Filifera Golden Mop - Gold Mop Threadbranch Cypress.
A mutation of Filifera Aurea that offers a more intense yellow and a shorter
growth habit. A broad or globular shrubby evergreen that has yellow whip-like
shoots, which are mostly unbranched. Plant is slower growing than Filifera. The
plant matures at 10 - 12 feet. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Filifera Lemon Thread - Lemon Threadbranch Cypress. A
fast growing upright golden threadbranch, evergreen tree. Makes a conical tree
that needs some pruning to make it full. Keeps color very well. Grows 8 - 16”
per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Filifera Sungold - Sungold Dwarf Threadbranch Cypress.
A golden dwarf thread-branch. Good yellow with no sunburn. Resembles
‘Filifera Aurea Nana’ and hardier. A broad or globular shrubby evergreen that has
golden yellow whip-like shoots, which are mostly unbranched. Plant is slower
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8.
growing than
Filifera Aurea. The plant matures at 10 -12 feet.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
at 25 feet high. Hardy in zones 4 -
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Gold Dust - Gold Dust Dwarf Cypress. A dwarf
evergreen plant like pisifera ‘Compacta’, but variegated with yellow. A
sport found on pisifera ‘Minima Aurea’. Grows ½ - 1” per year. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Plumosa Aurea Globosa Nana - Dwarf Globe Gold Plume
Cypress. A well-known fast-growing, compact, evergreen shrub that has soft
feathery, bronze- yellow, mostly juvenile foliage. It grows in a more rounded,
globose shape. Will
mature at 3 - 4’. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Minima Nana - Dwarf Minima Cypress. An
evergreen shrub
that is dwarf in size, never getting larger than 2’
high by 3’ wide. This plant is great
for a rock garden. Hardy in zone
4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Plumosa Compressa - Compressa Plume Cypress. A
dwarf evergreen shrub that has very dense, yellow - green foliage, forming a tight
ball. It is
a very nice selection for the rock garden. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Minima Silver Lode - Silver Lode White Variegated
Minima Cypress. An evergreen shrub that is dwarf in size, never getting
larger than 2’ high
by 3’ wide. Foliage is white variegated. This
plant is great for a rock garden.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Minima Variegated - Variegated Dwarf Minima
Cypress. An evergreen shrub that is dwarf in size, never getting larger than
2’ high by 3’ wide. It
offers golden - yellow splashed on the green
foliage. This plant is great for a rock garden. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Plumosa Flavescens - Dwarf Plumosa Flavescens Cypress.
A broadly conical form with sulfur-yellow foliage. This evergreen is a dwarf
upright pisifera that has a yellow-white color to it. Can take full sun and likes
shearing. It is shorter than the related ‘Plumosa Aurea’. Matures at 15 -20 feet
high.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Snow - Dwarf Snow Cypress. A very small dwarf evergreen
ball. Leaves are moss-like fine and dense with blue-green color, but white on the
branch tips. The plant does not like direct sunshine. Plant grows 1 - 2” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Nana - Dwarf Sawara Cypress. A similar but much
more compact edition of Chamaecyparis Pisiferia Compressa. The plant
grows into a ground- hugging bun that rarely adds more than an inch of
growth per year. The foliage is dark bluish-green. This is an evergreen
shrub, true dwarf form. Hardy in zones 4 -8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Squarrosa - Moss False Cypress. This tall evergreen tree
offers highly decorative, almost blue, frizzy foliage. Grows in a similar habit to
‘Plumosa’ but tends to open up, losing the inner foliage. Plant matures at 40 - 60
feet.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Plumosa Aurea - Gold Plume False Cypress. A
well-known fast-growing, compact, evergreen shrub that has soft feathery,
bronze-yellow, mostly juvenile foliage. It grows in an erect and broadly
conical shape with billowing foliage. Will mature at 25 feet high. Hardy
in zones 4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Squarrosa Intermedia - Intermedia Moss False Cypress.
A blue form of pisifera that has very juvenile soft foliage. Plant can be shaped into
anything imaginable. Grows 6 - 12” per year. A semi-dwarf evergreen with an
irregular habit. It produces long shoots and needs some trimming. Hardy in zones
4 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Plumosa Aurea Compacta - Compact Gold Plume
False Cypress. A well-known fast-growing, compact, evergreen shrub that
has soft feathery,
bronze- yellow, mostly juvenile foliage. It
grows in an erect and broadly conical
shape with billowing foliage.
Will mature at 10-15’ high.
Hardy in zones 4 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Tamu Himura - Tamu Himura Dwarf Cypress. Dense
dwarf evergreen shrub forms a blue globe of juvenile foliage. Grows 2 - 4” per
year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Plumosa Aurea Globosa - Globe Gold Plume
Cypress. A well-known fast-growing, compact, evergreen shrub that has
soft feathery, bronzeyellow, mostly juvenile foliage. It grows in a
Chamaecyparis Pisifera True Blue - True Blue Cypress. A miniature Boulevard
Cypress. Has very blue, open, evergreen foliage that needs no pruning. Leaves
seem larger than regular boulevard. Grows 1 - 2” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Pisifera Tsukumo - Tsukumo Dwarf Cypress. A miniature, green
evergreen shrub. Flat topped, this plant has very coarse tiny foliage that needs no
pruning. Nice plant for bonsai. Plant grows ½” - 1” a year. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
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Chamaecyparis Thyoides Aurea - Gold Cypress. Narrowly conical,
coniferous tree with dull red-brown or gray-brown bark. Sharply pointed,
golden-yellow leaves with incurved tips and central glands, produced on
erratic sprays of fine shoots. Matures at 50’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Thyoides Blue Sport - Blue Sport Cypress. A blue fast
growing pyramid. Shear to keep compact or let it be a tree form. Evergreen
foliage is baby blue and soft. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Thyoides Conica - Conica Dwarf Cypress. A very slow
growing dwarf conical habit with stiff upright branches of bluish-green
leaves. The winter color is a light brown. Evergreen plant grows 1 - 3”
per year. Hardy in zone 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Thyoides Ericoides - Atlantic White False Cypress. A dense
conical, evergreen plant with juvenile foliage, turning reddish brown in the
winter.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Thyoides Glauca Pendula - Weeping White False Cypress.
Loose like the species, with irregular branches. Leaves are blue and droop.
Small, evergreen tree that matures at 8 feet. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Thyoides Heatherbun - Heatherbun Dwarf Cypress. A dwarf
mounding globe evergreen with soft blue-green juvenile foliage, turning
plum-purple in winter. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Takes shearing and shaping
well. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Thyoides Little Jamie - Little Jamie Dwarf Cypress. A dwarf,
blue, narrow, conical evergreen shrub, with tiny leaves. In winter it turns a
purple color. Grows 1 - 3” per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Thyoides Meth Dwarf - Meth Dwarf Cypress. A dwarf
conical habit which resembles an Alberta Spruce. Real soft, evergreen
foliage. Grows 3 - 6” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Thyoides Red Star - Red Star Cypress. A gray-green soft
feathery leaf. Evergreen plant is compact and upright. A juvenile form,
usually grown as a sturdy houseplant. Winter color is plum-purple. Grows
1 - 3” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Chamaecyparis Thyoides Top Point - Top Point Dwarf False Cypress. A
small very conical and dwarf evergreen. Nice green leaves. Grows 1 - 3”
per year.
Chamaecyparis Thyoides Variegated - Variegated False Cypress. Loose irregular,
evergreen plant with green and yellow foliage. Makes a football shaped plant (on
end) about 8’ tall. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chasmanthium Latifolium - Northern Sea Oats Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Loosely
tufted, spreading, perennial grass with broadly lance-shaped, arching, mid-green 4
- 10” leaves that turn yellow in winter. In late summer and early autumn, bears
open, oat-like panicles of flat, oblong-lance-shaped to broadly ovate green ½ ”
spikelets, aging to bronze, and breaking up at maturity. Matures at 3’ high by 24”
wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chionanthus Retusus - Chinese Fringe Tree. Spreading, deciduous shrub or small
tree with peeling or deeply furrowed bark and opposite, usually elliptic, glossy 1½
- 4” leaves that are bright green above, softly white-hairy beneath. Fragrant
white flowers are borne in erect 4 - 7” panicles in the summer, followed by blueblack 1/2” fruit. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Chionanthus Virginicus - Fringe Tree. Spreading, deciduous shrub or sometimes
small tree, with opposite, usually elliptic, glossy, dark green 8” leaves. Fragrant
white flowers are borne in pendent 8” panicles in the summer, followed by small,
blue-black ½” fruit. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Choisya Ternata - Mexican Orange Bloom. A compact, evergreen shrub with dark
green leaves consisting of 3 stalkless, obovate 1½” - 3” leaflets. Axillary corymbs
of 3 - 6 fragrant white 1 ¼” flowers in late spring and again in late summer and
autumn. Matures at 8 feet high by 8 feet wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Choisya Ternata Sundance - Sundance Mexican Orange Bloom. A compact,
evergreen shrub with bright yellow leaves when young consisting of 3 stalkless,
obovate 1 ½ - 3” leaflets. Foliage color is yellow-green when grown in partial
shade. Axillary corymbs of 3 - 6 fragrant white 1 ¼” flowers are rarely borne in
late spring and again in late summer and autumn. Matures at 8 feet high by 8 feet
wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Chrysanthemum Coccineum Robinson - Robinson Mix Painted Daisy Perennial.
Bushy, hairless, herbaceous perennial with erect stems. The foliage is dark green,
mainly basal leaves, to 5 inches long, consisting of 10 - 14 narrowly lance shaped,
toothed segments. Daisy-like flowerheads to 3 inches across with white, pink, or
red ray florets and yellow disk florets, are borne in early summer. Matures at 18
inches.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Chrysanthemum X Superbum Alaska - Alaska Shasta Daisy Perennial. Robust,
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clump-forming perennial with inversely lance- shaped, toothed, glossy,
almost fleshy, dark green 12” basal leaves. From early summer to early
fall, bears solitary single 2” white flowerheads. Matures at 36” high by 24”
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Chrysanthemum X Superbum Snow Lady - Snow Lady Shasta Daisy
Perennial. Fast growing, erect, bushy perennial that blooms the first year
from seed, with oval to lance-shaped, deeply toothed leaves; produces single
white flowerheads in summer. Matures at 10 - 18” high by 12” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cistus Hybridus - White Rock Rose. A dense, bushy, deciduous shrub that has
ovate, wavy-marginated, 2 inch dark green leaves. Red buds open to 1 ½”
white flowers that have yellow centers and stamens, borne singly or in
terminal cymes of 2 or 3 blooms. Plant matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Cistus Hybridus Crimson Spot - Crimson Spot Rock Rose. Dense, bushy
deciduous shrub with ovate, wavy margined, dark green 2” leaves. From
late spring to summer, red buds open to 1 ½” flowers with yellow centers
and stamens borne singly or in terminal cymes of 2 or 3 blooms. Matures
at 3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Cistus Hybridus Skanbergii - Skanbergi Rock Rose. Dense, bushy, deciduous
shrub with ovate, wavy margined, dark green 2” leaves. From late spring to
summer, red buds open to 1” pale pink flowers and stamens borne singly
or in terminal cymes of 3 to 6 blooms. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Cistus Hybridus Sunset - Sunset Rock Rose. Dense, bushy, deciduous shrub
with ovate, wavy margined, dark green 2” leaves. From late spring to
summer, red buds open to
rose- pink 2” flowers with yellow centers
and stamens borne singly or in terminal
cymes of 2 or 3 blooms.
Matures at 3’ high by 5” wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Cistus Hybridus Purpureus - Orchid Spot Rock Rose. Rounded deciduous
shrub with upright, sticky red flushed shoots and narrowly oblong lanceshaped to obovate, slightly wavy margined dark green 2” leaves. In
summer, produces terminal cymes of 3 crinkled, lavender pink 3” flowers
with orchid marks at the bases of the petals. Matures at 3’
high by 3’
wide. Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Cistus Incanus - Purple-Pink Rock Rose. Compact shrub with ovate to
obovate, wavy-margined, deeply veined, mid-green 3” leaves. In summer,
bears terminal cymes
of 3 - 5 purple-pink 2 ½” flowers with yellow
stamens. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Cistus Incanus Creticus - Purple-Pink Rock Rose. Similar with Cistus Incanus, but
with wavy edged leaves. Compact shrub with ovate to obovate, wavy-margined,
deeply veined, mid-green 3” leaves. In summer, bears terminal cymes of 3 - 5
purple-pink 2 ½” flowers with yellow stamens. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Clematis Assorted - Clematis Vines. A deciduous, semi-woody to woody, twining
leaf-climber and woody-based herbaceous perennial. Clematis are grown for their
abundant flowers. Flowers are borne on both the previous years wood as well as
the
new growth. The flowers range from 4 to 10 sepals (often referred to as
petals) in a wide variety of colors. Vines grow from 6 - 15 feet high by 3 - 5 feet
wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Clematis Armandii - Evergreen White Cleamatis. Vigorous, evergreen, earlyflowering climber that bears saucer-shaped, scented , white, 2” flowers. Flowers
have cream anthers in axillary cymes and are borne in early spring. Matures at 10
- 15’ high by 6 - 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Clematis Montana Pink Perfection - Pink Perfection Clematis. Early flowering,
very vigorous climber. Bears purple-flushed, mid-green leaves and produces
rounded, strongly scented pink 2 - 3” flowers with yellow anthers. Matures at 22’
tall by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Clematis Montana Rubens - Rubens Pink Clematis. Early flowering, very vigorous
climber. Bears 2” single pink flowers with creamy anthers, either solitary or in
short cymes, and produced freely for about 4 weeks in late spring and early
summer. Matures at 15 - 40’ high by 6 - 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Clematis Nelly Moser - Nelly Moser Clematis. Compact, early, large-flowered
climber. Single, pinkish mauve 5 - 6” flowers with darker central bands and red
anthers, are
borne in early summer. Flowers are paler in late summer. Fades
in strong sun. Matures at 6 - 10’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Clematis Spooneri - Spooneri Clematis. Vigorous, early, deciduous climber with
fully divided, 3-palmate, downy leaves, with 3” leaflets. Produces clusters of
large,
unscented, 4-tepaled, white 3” flowers with yellow stamens, in late
spring. Matures
at 25’ high by 6 - 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Clematis Tetrarose - Tetrarose Clematis. Purplish-green leaflets, with toothed
margins, and produces satin-like pink 3 ½” flowers with large bosses of yellow
anthers. Matures
at 15’. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Clethra Alnifolia - Sweet Pepperbush. Upright, suckering, deciduous shrub with
oval, mid-green 4” leaves that offer a yellow fall color. Bears bell-shaped,
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perennial with numerous branched stems. Upright growing with linear, threadlike,
deep green leaflets. Bears lemon-yellow ½ - ¾” flowerheads from early summer
through autumn. Matures at 18” high. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
fragrant 1/2” white flowers in dense, upright 6” terminal racemes during
late summer and early autumn. Matures at 8’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 9.
Clethra Alnifolia Hummingbird - Hummingbird Sweet Pepperbush. Compact
deciduous shrub with 4” mid-green leaves that offer a yellow fall color.
Bears bell-shaped, fragrant 1/2” white flowers in dense, upright 6” terminal
racemes during late summer and early autumn. Matures at 3’ high by 3’
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Coreopsis Verticillata Zagreb - Zagreb (Golden-Yellow) Tickseed Perennial.
Bushy, rhizomatous, slowly spreading, hairless perennial with numerous branched
stems. Upright growing with linear, threadlike, deep green leaflets. Bears
golden-yellow ½ - ¾” flowerheads from early summer through autumn. Drought
resistant. Matures at 10 - 12” high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Clethra Alnifolia Pink Spires - Pink Spires Summersweet Clethra. Upright,
suckering deciduous shrub with oval, mid-green 4” leaves, often turning
yellow in the fall. In late summer and early autumn, bears bell-shaped,
fragrant soft pink 1/2” flowers, in dense, upright, terminal 6” racemes.
Matures at 8’ high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 9.
Cornus Alba Argenteo-Marginata - Variegated White Redtwig Dogwood. Syn. with
Cornus Alba Elegantissima. A vigorous, upright, deciduous shrub with red
winter shoots and ovate-elliptic, dark green leaves with white margins. White
flowers
in flat cymes that are 2” across, are borne in late spring and early
summer. Ellipsoid fruit are white, often tinged blue. Plant matures at 10’ high
by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Clethra Alnifolia Ruby Spice - Ruby Spice Rose Clethra.
Cornus Alba Elegantissima - Variegated Redtwig Dogwood. A vigorous, upright,
deciduous shrub with red winter shoots and ovate-elliptic, gray-green leaves with
irregular white margins. White flowers in flat cymes that are 2” across, are borne
in
late spring and early summer. Ellipsoid fruit are white, often tinged
blue. Plant matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Coreopsis Grandiflora Baby Sun - Baby Sun (Golden-Yellow) Tickseed
Perennial. A clump-forming, almost hairless perennial, often grown as an
annual, with usually entire, lance shaped to inversely lance-shaped, midgreen 6” leaves. Flowering stems with leaves only at the bottom produce 1
1/2” - 2 1/2” golden yellow flowerheads in late spring and early summer.
Matures at 16” high. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Coreopsis Grandiflora Early Sunrise - Early Sunrise (Deep-Yellow) Tickseed
Perennial. A clump-forming, almost hairless perennial, often grown as an
annual, with simple, lance shaped or palmately lobed 4” leaves. Flowering
stems produce semi-double , deep yellow flowerheads each flushed
orange-yellow near the center. Plant matures at 18” high. Hardy in zones
4 - 9.
Coreopsis Rosea - Rosea (Mauve-Pink) Tickseed Perennial. Clump forming
perennial
with linear or palmately 2 - 3 lobed bright green 2”
leaves. Produces mauve-pink 1” flowerheads from summer to early autumn.
This is a good groundcover for a dry slope. Plant matures at 24” high by 12”
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Coreopsis Verticillata Golden Showers - Golden Showers (Golden-Yellow)
Tickseed Perennial. A clump-forming, almost hairless perennial, often
grown as an annual,
with simple, lance shaped or palmately lobed 4”
leaves. Flowering stems produce semi-double, deep golden-yellow
flowerheads. Plant matures at 18” high.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Coreopsis Verticillata Moonbeam - Moonbeam (Lemon-Yellow) Tickseed
Perennial. Thread-leaved, bushy, rhizomatous, slowly spreading, hairless
Cornus Alba Gouchaultii - Gouchaultii Variegated White Redtwig Dogwood. A
vigorous, upright, deciduous shrub with red winter shoots and ovate-elliptic, Pink
flushed leaves with yellow margins. White flowers in flat cymes that are 2”
across, are borne in late spring and early summer. Ellipsoid fruit are white, often
tinged blue. Plant matures
at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Cornus Alba Ivory Halo - Ivory Halo Redtwig Dogwood.
Cornus Alternifolia Argentea - Pagoda White Dogwood. Deciduous tree or multistemmed shrub with spreading, tiered branches. Alternate, ovate-elliptic, midgreen 5” leaves that turn red and purple in autumn. Small white flowers are borne
in flat 2” cymes. in early summer, followed by spherical blue-black fruit. Best in
moist soil in partial shade. Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Cornus Contraversa - Giant White Dogwood. Rounded, deciduous tree bearing
spreading, tiered branches. Alternate, elliptic 6” leaves, that are glossy, dark green
above and glaucous beneath. They turn rich red and purple in autumn. White
flowers are borne in large, 7” flattened cymes in early summer, followed by
spherical, blue-black fruit. Plant matures at 50’ high. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cornus Contraversa Variegata - Variegated Giant White Dogwood. Rounded,
deciduous tree bearing spreading, tiered branches. Alternate, elliptic 6” leaves,
that are glossy,
dark green above and glaucous beneath with bold, creamy
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white margins. They turn
rich red and purple in autumn. White
flowers are borne in large, 7” flattened cymes in early summer, followed by
spherical, blue-black fruit. Plant matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
flowerheads, surrounded by 4 obovate,
large, white 2 ½” bracts. The
flowers are followed by clusters of usually 3 or 4 bright red, ovoid fruit. Matures
at 20’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Cornus Florida - White Dogwood. Conical, deciduous tree or shrub with
broadly oval
to ovate, often slightly twisted or curled, mid-green 6”
leaves, that turn red and purple
in autumn. In late spring, green
flowers, tipped with yellow are borne in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4
obovate, 1½ - 2” white bracts. The flowers are followed by clusters
of usually 3 - 4 bright red, ovoid fruit. Matures a 20’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Florida Cherokee Sunset - Cherokee Sunset Variegated Red Dogwood.
Conical, deciduous tree or shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly twisted
or curled, mid-green 6” leaves that have a broad irregular margin of yellow that
will not burn in
the summer heat. Foliage turns pinks, reds and purple in
autumn. In late spring, green flowers, tipped with yellow, are borne in ½”
flowerheads, surrounded by 4 obovate
red 1 ½ - 2” bracts. The flowers are
followed by clusters of usually 3 or 4 bright red, ovoid fruit. Matures at 20’ high
by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Florida Cherokee Brave - Cherokee Brave Red Dogwood. Conical,
deciduous
tree or shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly
twisted or curled, mid-green 6” leaves, which turn red and purple in autumn.
In late spring, green flowers, tipped with yellow, are borne in ½”
flowerheads, surrounded by 4 obovate very dark ruby-pink
1 ½ - 2”
bracts. The flowers are followed by clusters of usually 3 or 4 bright red,
ovoid fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Florida Cherokee Chief - Cherokee Chief Red Dogwood. Conical,
deciduous
tree or shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly
twisted or curled, mid-green 6” leaves, which turn red and purple in autumn.
In late spring, green flowers, tipped
with yellow, are borne in ½”
flowerheads, surrounded by 4 obovate very dark ruby-pink 1 ½ - 2”
bracts. The flowers are followed by clusters of usually 3 or 4
bright
red, ovoid fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Florida Cherokee Daybreak - Cherokee Daybreak Variegated White
Dogwood. Conical, deciduous tree or shrub with broadly oval to ovate,
often slightly twisted or curled, mid-green 6” leaves, that is margined with
white, which turns pink and deep
red in autumn. In late spring, green
flowers, tipped with yellow, are borne in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4
obovate white 1 ½ - 2” bracts. The flowers are followed
by clusters of
usually 3 or 4 bright red, ovoid fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Florida Cherokee Princess - Cherokee Princess White Dogwood.
Conical, deciduous tree or shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly
twisted or curled, mid-green 6” leaves, which turn red and purple in autumn.
In late spring, green
flowers, tipped with yellow, are borne in ½”
Cornus Florida Cloud Nine - Cloud Nine White Dogwood. Conical, deciduous tree
or shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly twisted or curled, mid-green 6”
leaves, which turn red and purple in autumn. In late spring, green flowers, tipped
with yellow, are borne in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 obovate white,
overlapping 1 ½ - 2” bracts. The flowers are followed by clusters of usually 3 or 4
bright red, ovoid fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Florida First Lady - First Lady Variegated White Dogwood. Conical,
deciduous tree or shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly twisted or curled,
mid-green and yellow variegated 6” leaves, which turn red and purple in autumn.
In late spring, green flowers, tipped with yellow, are borne in ½” flowerheads,
surrounded by 4 obovate white 1 ½ - 2” bracts. The flowers are followed by
clusters of usually 3 or 4 bright red, ovoid fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Florida Pendula - Weeping White Dogwood. Weeping, deciduous tree or
shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly twisted or curled, mid-green 6”
leaves, that turn red and purple in autumn. In later spring, green flowers, tipped
with yellow are borne in 1/2” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 obovate, 1 ½ - 2”
white bracts. The flowers are followed by clusters of usually 3 - 4 bright red,
ovoid fruit. Matures at 15 - 20’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Florida Rainbow - Rainbow Variegated White Dogwood. Deciduous tree or
shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly twisted or curled, mid-green 6”
leaves that are margined golden yellow. The foliage turns red and purple in
autumn. In later spring, green flowers, tipped with yellow are borne in ½”
flowerheads, surrounded by 4 obovate, 1 ½ - 2” white bracts. The flowers are
followed by clusters of usually 3 - 4 bright red, ovoid fruit. Matures a 10’ high
by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
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Cornus Florida Rubra - Pink or Red Dogwood. Conical, deciduous tree or
shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly twisted or curled, midgreen 6” leaves, which
turn red and purple in the fall. In late spring,
green flowers, tipped with yellow, are borne in ½” flowerheads,
surrounded by 4 obovate pink 1 ½ - 2” bracts. The flowers are followed by
clusters of usually 3 or 4 bright red, ovoid fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 25’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Florida Variegated - Variegated White Dogwood. Conical, deciduous
tree or
shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly twisted or
curled, 6” leaves, that has
white margins that are flushed rose-pink
which turn red and purple in the fall. In late
spring, green flowers,
tipped with yellow, are borne in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 obovate
white 1 ½ - 2” bracts. The flowers are followed by clusters of usually 3 or 4
bright red, ovoid fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Florida Welchii - Welchii Variegated White Dogwood. Conical,
deciduous tree
or shrub with broadly oval to ovate, often slightly
twisted or curled, white and pink margined, gray-green 6” leaves, which turn
bronze-purple with rose-red margins in
the fall. In late spring, green
flowers, tipped with yellow, are borne in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4
obovate white 1 ½ - 2” bracts. The flowers are followed by clusters of
usually 3 or 4 bright red, ovoid fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa - Kousa White Dogwood. Broadly conical, deciduous tree with
mottled
bark and ovate, wavy-margined, dark green 3” leaves. The
foliage turns deep crimson-purple in autumn. In early summer, green
flowers are produced in ½”
flowerheads, surrounded by 4 ovate-lanceshaped to ovate white 1 - 2” bracts.
Flowers are followed by
raspberry-like, fleshy red fruit. Matures at 22’ high by 15’
wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Aurora X Rutban - Aurora X Rutban White Kousa Dogwood.
Broadly conical, deciduous tree with mottled bark and ovate, wavymargined, dark green 3” leaves. The foliage turns deep crimson-purple in
autumn. In early summer, very
clear white flowers are produced
in ½” flowerheads, that are closer to Florida varieties. Grows 10’ high in 10
years and is as wide as it is high.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
3” leaves. The foliage turns deep crimson-purple in autumn. In early summer,
green flowers are produced in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 ovate-lanceshaped to ovate white 2” bracts. Flowers are followed by raspberry-like, fleshy
red fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Constellation - Constellation White Kousa Dogwood. Broadlyconical,
deciduous tree with mottled bark and ovate, wavy-margined, dark green 3” leaves.
The foliage turns deep crimson-purple in autumn. In early summer, green flowers
are produced in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 ovate-lance-shaped to ovate
white bracts with acute tips. Bracts do not overlap. Strong, sturdy grower.
Grows to 12’ high in 10 years. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Elizabeth Lustgarten - Elizabeth Lustgarten Weeping White Kousa
Dogwood. Distinct weeping tendency to upper branches on this deciduous tree,
forming a graceful rounded crown, leading branches weep 2’ from the highest
point of the curve. Tree offers mottled bark and ovate, wavy-margined, dark green
3” leaves. The foliage turns deep crimson-purple in autumn. In early summer,
green flowers are produced in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 ovate-lanceshaped to ovate white 1 - 2” bracts. Flowers are followed by raspberry-like, fleshy
red fruit. Matures at 6 - 10’ high by 10 - 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Milky Way - Milky Way White Kousa Dogwood. Broadly conical,
deciduous tree with mottled bark and ovate, wavy-margined, dark green 3” leaves.
The foliage turns deep crimson-purple in autumn. In early summer, green flowers
are produced in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 ovate-lance-shaped to ovate
white 1 - 2” bracts. Milky Way flowers and fruits much more profusely. Flowers
are followed by raspberry-like, fleshy red fruit. Matures at 22’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Moonbeam - Moonbeam White Kousa Dogwood. Broadly conical,
deciduous tree with mottled bark and ovate, wavy-margined, dark green 3” leaves.
The foliage turns deep crimson-purple in autumn. In early summer, green flowers
are produced in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 ovate-lance-shaped to ovate
white 3 - 4” bracts that are long peduncles. Flowers are followed by raspberry-like,
fleshy red fruit. Matures at 22’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa National - National White Kousa Dogwood. Broadly conical,
deciduous
tree with mottled bark and ovate, wavy-margined, dark green 3”
leaves. The foliage
turns deep crimson-purple in autumn. In early summer,
green flowers are produced
in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 ovatelance-shaped to ovate creamy white 2” bracts.
Flowers are followed by
raspberry-like, fleshy red fruit. Matures at 22’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Chinensis - Chinese White Kousa Dogwood. Broadly conical,
deciduous tree with mottled bark and ovate, smooth margined, dark green
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Cornus Kousa Princeton Variegated Select - Princeton Select Variegated
Kousa
Dogwood. Broadly conical, deciduous tree with mottled bark
and ovate,
wavy-margined, variegated, dark green 3” leaves. The
foliage turns deep crimson-purple in autumn. In early summer, green
flowers are produced in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 ovate-lanceshaped to ovate white 1 - 2” bracts. Flowers are followed by raspberry-like,
fleshy red fruit. Matures at 22’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Radiant Rose - Radiant Rose Pink Dogwood. Broadly conical,
deciduous tree with mottled bark and ovate, wavy-margined, dark green 3”
leaves. The foliage turns deep crimson-purple in autumn. In early summer,
round flowerheads with overlapping pink bracts are produced, flowers are
followed by raspberry-like fleshy fruit. This vigorous grower matures at 20’
high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Satomi - Satomi Pink Kousa Dogwood. Broadly conical,
deciduous tree
with mottled bark and ovate, wavy-margined, dark green
3” leaves. The foliage turns deep purple in autumn. In early summer,
green flowers are produced in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 ovatelance-shaped to ovate dark pink 1 - 2” bracts. Flowers are followed by
raspberry-like fleshy red fruit. Matures at 22’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Speciosa - Speciosa White Kousa Dogwood. Broadly conical,
deciduous
tree with mottled bark and ovate, dark green 3” leaves that
are curling slightly at margins, this imparts an interesting bicolor effect. The
foliage turns deep crimson-purple in
autumn. In early summer, green
flowers are produced in ½” flowerheads, surrounded
by 4 ovate-lanceshaped to ovate white 1- 2” bracts. Flowers are followed by
raspberrylike fleshy red fruit. Matures at 22’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Stellar Pink - Stellar Pink Kousa Dogwood. Broadly conical,
deciduous
tree with mottled bark and ovate, wavy-margined, dark
green 3” leaves. The foliage
turns deep crimson-purple in autumn. In
early summer, round flowerheads with overlapping bracts are produced,
followed by raspberry-like fleshy fruit. This vigorous grower matures at 10’
high in 10 years. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Kousa Summers Majesty - Summers Majesty White Chinese Kousa
Dogwood. Small, broadly conical, deciduous tree with mottled bark and
ovate, smooth margined, dark green 3” leaves. The foliage turns deep
crimson-purple in autumn. In early summer, green flowers are produced
in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 ovate-lance- shaped to ovate white 2”
bracts that are fringed with pink. Flowers are followed by raspberry-like
fleshy red fruit. Matures at 15’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Mas - Cornelian Cherry Yellow Dogwood. Vigorous, spreading, deciduous
shrub or small tree with ovate, dark green 4” leaves, that turn red-purple in the fall.
Yellow flowers are produced in small ¾” umbels in late winter, before the leaves.
Oblong-ellipsoid, fleshy, bright red fruit are produced in late summer, and are
edible when ripe. Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cornus Nuttali - Pacific White Dogwood. Conical, deciduous tree with oval to
obovate, mid-green 5” leaves. Foliage turns red in the fall. In late spring, purple
and green flowers are produced in ½” flowerheads, surrounded by 4 occasionally up to 8,
broadly ovate to obovate, white or pink-tinged 1 ½ - 3”
bracts. Flowers are followed by spherical, orange-red fruit. Matures at 40’ high
by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Cornus Nuttali Eddie’s Wonder - Eddie’s Wonder Pacific White Dogwood.
Conical, deciduous tree with oval to obovate, mid-green 5” leaves that turn red in
the fall. In late spring, purple and green flowers are produced in ½” flowerheads,
surrounded by 4 - 6
up to 8, broadly ovate to obovate, white 1 ½ - 3” bracts.
Flowers are followed by spherical, orange-red fruit. Matures at 40’ high by 25’
wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Cornus Sanguinea - Bloodtwig White Dogwood. Upright, deciduous shrub with
reddish green, sometimes entirely green, winter shoots and ovate, mid-green 4”
leaves. Foliage turns red in the fall. In summer, bears white flowers in dense, flat
2” cymes, that are followed by spherical, dull blue-black fruit. Matures at 10’ high
by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Cornus Sanguinea Midwinter Fire - Midwinter Fire Bloodtwig White Dogwood.
Upright, deciduous shrub with reddish-green, sometimes entirely red, winter
shoots and ovate, mid-green 4” leaves. Foliage turns red in the fall. In summer,
bears white flowers in dense, flat 2” cymes, that are followed by spherical, dull
blue-black fruit. Matures at 10’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Cornus Sericea - Red-Osier White Dogwood. Vigorous, suckering deciduous shrub
with dark red winter shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, dark green 5” leaves that
turn red or orange in autumn. In late spring and early summer, white flowers
are borne in flat 2” cymes, followed by white fruit, often tinged blue. This plant
tolerates wet soils. Matures at 6’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Cornus Sericea Baileyi - Baileyi Red-Osier White Dogwood. Vigorous, suckering
deciduous shrub with dark red winter shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, dark green
5” leaves that have curling hairs on the lower surface. Leaves turn red or
orange in autumn. In late spring and early summer, white flowers are borne in
flat 2” cymes, followed by white fruit, often tinged blue. This plant tolerates wet
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8.
soils. Matures at 6’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Cornus Sericea Cardinal - Cardinal Red-Osier White Dogwood. Vigorous,
suckering deciduous shrub with good bright red (Cherry Red) stems. Ovate
to lance-shaped, dark green 5” leaves that turn red or orange in the fall. In
late spring and early summer, white flowers are borne in flat 2” cymes,
followed by white fruit, often tinged blue. Plant tolerates wet soils. Matures
at 6’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Cornus Sericea Flaviramea - Yellow Twig Red-Osier White Dogwood.
Vigorous,
suckering deciduous shrub with bright yellow-green winter
shoots. Ovate to
lance-shaped, dark green 5” leaves that turn red or
orange in autumn. In late spring
and early summer, white flowers are
borne in flat 2” cymes, followed by white fruit,
often tinged blue.
This plant tolerates wet soils. Matures at 6’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy
in zones 2 - 8.
Cornus Sericea Isanti - Isanti Red-Osier White Dogwood. Vigorous, suckering
deciduous shrub with dark red winter shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, dark
green 5” leaves that
turn red or orange in autumn. In late spring and
early summer, white flowers are borne
in flat 2” cymes, followed by
white fruit, often tinged blue. This plant tolerates wet soils. Matures at 5 6’ high by 8 - 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Cornus Sericea Kelseyi - Kelseyi Red-Osier White Dogwood. Vigorous,
suckering
deciduous shrub with red-tipped, yellow-green winter shoots.
Ovate to lance-shaped, dark green 5” leaves that turn red or orange in
autumn. In late spring and early summer, white flowers are borne in flat 2”
cymes, followed by white fruit, often tinged blue.
This plant tolerates
wet soils. Matures at 30” high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Cornus Siberica - Siberian Red Twig White Dogwood. Same as Cornus Alba.
Redtwig Dogwood. A vigorous, upright, deciduous shrub with red winter
shoots and ovate-elliptic, dark green leaves. White flowers in flat cymes
that are 2” across, are borne in late
spring and early summer. Ellipsoid
fruit are white, often tinged blue. Plant matures
at 10’ high by 10’
wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Cornus Stolonifera - Red-Osier White Dogwood. Same as Cornus Sericea.
Vigorous, suckering deciduous shrub with dark red winter shoots. Ovate to
lance-shaped, dark green 5” leaves that turn red or orange in autumn. In
late spring and early summer,
white flowers are borne in flat 2” cymes,
followed by white fruit, often tinged blue.
This plant tolerates wet
Hardy in zones 2 -
Cornus Stolonifera Yellow Twig - Yellow Twig White Dogwood. Vigorous,
suckering deciduous shrub with bright yellow winter shoots. Ovate to lanceshaped, dark green 5” leaves that turn yellow or orange in autumn. In late spring
and early summer, white flowers are borne in flat 2” cymes, followed by white
fruit, often tinged blue. This plant tolerates wet soils. Matures at 6’ high by 12’
wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Corokia Cotoneaster - Little Prince Cotoneaster. Also known as Wire-netting Bush.
Rounded, intricately branched, deciduous shrub bearing interlacing shoots and
broadly ovate to obovate, dark green ½” leaves. In late spring, small, fragrant
yellow flowers are produced singly or in clusters of up to 4 from the leaf axils,
followed by oblong-ellipsoid, red or yellow fruit. Matures at 8’ high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Cortaderia Selloana - Pampas Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Densely tufted, clumpforming, evergreen, perennial grass with arching, glaucous, mid-green leaves, to 8’
or more long.
In late summer silky, silver, often pink or purple flushed spikelets
are borne in pyramidal to oblong 18 - 36” panicles on erect stems that can reach
9 - 12’. Matures at 8 - 10’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Cortaderia Selloana Argenteum - Silvery Blooming Pampas Grass. (Ornamental
Grass) Densely tufted, clump-forming, evergreen, perennial grass with arching,
glaucous, mid-green leaves, to 8’ or more long. In late summer silky, silvery
white plumes are borne in pyramidal to oblong 18 - 36” panicles on erect stems
that can reach 9 - 12’. Matures at 8 - 10’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Cortaderia Selloana Gold Band - Golden Variegated Pampas Grass. (Ornamental
Grass) Densely tufted, compact, clump-forming, evergreen, perennial grass with
arching, slender gray-green leaves that are edged with gold. In late summer silky,
silvery spikelets are borne in pyramidal to oblong 18 - 36” panicles on erect stems
that can reach 6 - 8’. Matures at
4 - 6’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Cortaderia Selloana Pumila - Dwarf Pumila Pampas Grass. (Ornamental Grass)
Densely tufted, compact, clump-forming, evergreen, perennial grass with arching,
slender gray-green leaves. In late summer silky, creamy white spikelets are
borne in pyramidal
to oblong 18 - 36” panicles on erect stems that can reach
6 - 8’. Matures at 4 - 6’
high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Cortaderia Selloana Rosea - Pink Blooming Pampas Grass. (Ornamental Grass)
Densely tufted, clump-forming, evergreen, perennial grass with arching, glaucous,
mid-green leaves, to 8’ or more long. In late summer, silky, lightly pink-tinted
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Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
plumes are borne in pyramidal to oblong 18 - 36” panicles on erect stems
that can reach 9 - 12’. Matures at 8 - 10’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones
7 - 10.
Corylopsis Glabrescens - Fragrant Winterhazel. Open, spreading, deciduous
shrub with broadly ovate 4” leaves, dark green above and blue-green
beneath. Pale yellow flowers are borne in pendent 1” racemes in midspring. Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Corylus Colurna - Turkish Filbert. Conical deciduous tree with broadly oval,
shallowly lobed, dark green 5” leaves that turn yellow in the fall. Pendent yellow
2 - 3” catkins, are borne in late winter. Produces edible nuts, enclosed in tubular
husks, that ripen in the fall. Matures at 20’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 7.
Corylopsis Spicata - Spike Winterhazel. Open, spreading, deciduous shrub
with ovate to obovate 4” leaves, dark green above and glaucous beneath.
Bears bright yellow flowers, with red to purple anthers, in slender, pendent
6” racemes in spring. Matures at 6’ high
by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Cotinus Coggygria Atropurpureum - Royal Purple Smoke Tree. Deciduous bushy
tree
or shrub with oval, dark red-purple 3” foliage, turning scarlet in autumn.
Hairy,
plume-like panicles, to 6” long, are green at first, becoming fawn then
gray as they
mature creating a smoke-like effect. Plant matures at 15’ high
by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Corylus Avellana Contorta - Contorted Filbert. Also known as Harry
Lauder’s Walking Stick. A multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub with heartshaped to ovate, sharply pointed, toothed dark green 5” leaves. Leaves are
sparsely hairy above and downy beneath. In early spring, bears pendent
yellowish brown 3” catkins. Stems are strongly twisted shoots, which are
particularly effective in winter and are useful for flower arrangements.
Matures at 10 - 15’ high by 7 - 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Corylus Avellana Contorta On Turkish Filbert - Contorted Filbert On
Turkish Filbert. Also known as Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick. A multistemmed, deciduous shrub with heart-shaped to ovate, sharply pointed,
toothed dark green 5” leaves grafted on turkish filbert. Leaves are sparsely
hairy above and downy beneath. In early spring, bears pendent yellowish
brown 3” catkins. Stems are strongly twisted shoots, which are particularly
effective in winter and are useful for flower arrangements. Matures
at 10 - 15’ high by 7 - 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Cotinus Coggygria Pink Champagne - Pink Champagne Smoke Tree. Bushy,
deciduous, small tree or shrub with oval, mid-green 3” leaves that turn yellow to
orange and red in the fall. Bears an abundance of beige-pink inflorescences.
Matures at 10’ high by 8 - 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Corylus Avellana Pendula - Weeping European Filbert. Also known as Harry
Lauder’s Walking Stick. A multi-stemmed, weeping deciduous shrub with
heart-shaped to ovate, sharply pointed, toothed dark green 5” leaves. Leaves
are sparsely hairy above and downy beneath. In early spring, bears
pendent yellowish brown 3” catkins. Stems
are strongly twisted
shoots, which are particularly effective in winter and are useful
for
flower arrangements. Matures at 10 - 15’ high by 7 - 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Corylus Avellana Ruby - Ruby Purple Leaf European Filbert. A multistemmed, deciduous shrub with heart-shaped to ovate, sharply pointed,
toothed ruby-purple 5” leaves. Leaves are sparsely hairy above and downy
beneath. In early spring, bears pendent yellowish brown 3” catkins. Stems
are strongly twisted shoots, which are particularly effective in winter and are
Cotinus Coggygria Velvet Cloak - Velvet Cloak Purple Smoke Tree. Deciduous
bushy tree or shrub with oval, dark purple, 3” leaves, that turn reddish purple in
the fall. Hairy, plume-like panicles, to 6” long, are green at first, becoming fawn
then gray as they mature creating a smoke-like effect. Plant matures at 15’ high by
15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cotinus Obovatus - American Smoke Tree. Broadly conical, deciduous shrub or
small tree with attractive, plate-like, gray to gray-brown bark and obovate to oval
5” leaves.
Foliage is pinkish bronze when young, turning brilliant orange, red
and purple in the
fall. Large, plume-like, pinkish gray fruiting 12” panicles
are borne in summer and persist into autumn. Matures at 30’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Cotoneaster Adpressus Praecox - Praecox Cotoneaster. Prostrate, spreading,
deciduous shrub with rounded, very wavy-margined, mid-green 1/2 - 1” leaves.
Foliage turns red in the fall. Bears paired or single, pinkish white or red flushed
white flowers in late spring, they are followed by large, almost spherical, bright
red 1/2” fruit. Matures at 3’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cotoneaster Adpressus Tom Thumb - Dwarf Tom Thumb Cotoneaster. Prostrate,
deciduous shrub with broadly ovate to obovate dull green leaves. The foliage
turns red in autumn. Bears red-tinged single or pairs of white flowers in the
summer, followed by spherical, bright red ¼” fruit. Matures at 12” high by 3 - 4’
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elliptic, dark, glossy,
green ½ - 1 ¼” leaves. White flowers are borne in 2
- 4 flowered cymes in early
summer, followed by ¼” spherical red fruit.
Matures at 12” high by 6 - 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cotoneaster Apiculatus - Cranberry Cotoneaster. A vigorous, prostrate,
deciduous shrub bearing rounded, wavy-margined, glossy, mid-green ½ - ¾”
leaves. The foliage turns red to purple-red in fall. Offers solitary, red-tinged
white flowers in summer, followed by spherical red ½” fruit. Matures at 3’
high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Cotoneaster Apiculatus Nana - Dwarf Cranberry Cotoneaster. A vigorous,
prostrate, deciduous shrub bearing rounded, wavy-margined, glossy, midgreen ¼ - ½” leaves. The foliage turns red to purple-red in fall. Offers
solitary, red-tinged white flowers in summer, followed by spherical red ½”
fruit. Matures at 1 ½ - 2’ high by 5 - 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 7.
Cotoneaster Congestus - Pyrenees Cotoneaster. Dense, mound-forming or
prostrate, evergreen shrub with obovate, dull pale green ¼ - ½” leaves.
Solitary white flowers are borne in summer, followed by spherical, bright
red ¼ - ½” fruit. Excellent in a rock garden. Matures at 28” high by 36”
wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Cotoneaster Congestus Likiang - Likiang Pyrenees Cotoneaster. Dense
mound-forming
or prostrate, evergreen shrub with obovate, dull pale
green ¼ - ½” leaves. Single,
white flowers are borne in the summer,
followed by spherical, bright red ¼ - ½” bright
red fruit. “Excellent
plant for rock gardens.” Matures at 2’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Cotoneaster Dammeri - Bearberry Cotoneaster. Vigorous, prostrate,
evergreen shrub
with long, spreading shoots and broadly obovate to
elliptic mid to dark green ½ - 1 ¼” leaves. White flowers are borne in 2 - 4
flowered cymes in early summer, followed by ¼” spherical red fruit.
Matures at 8” high by 6 - 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cotoneaster Dammeri Coral Beauty - Coral Beauty Cotoneaster. Dense,
mound-forming, evergreen shrub with arching branches and obovate to
oblong, glossy, dark green ½” leaves. Cymes of white flowers are borne in
summer, followed by profuse, spherical, coral red 3/8” fruit. Matures at
3’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Cotoneaster Dammeri Lowfast - Lowfast Cotoneaster. Vigorous, prostrate,
evergreen
shrub with long, spreading shoots and broadly obovate to
Cotoneaster Dammeri Strieb’s Findling - Streib’s Findling Cotoneaster. Prostrate,
evergreen shrub, occasionally forming a low mound. Broadly obovate, dull dark
green ½” leaves that are purplish when young. Solitary white flowers are borne in
summer, followed by almost spherical red ¼” fruit. Matures at 4” high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cotoneaster Franchetii - Franchetii Cotoneaster. Evergreen or semi-evergreen,
spreading to erect, shrub with arching branches. Foliage is elliptic to ovate 1 ½”
gray-green above and white beneath. White flowers, suffused red, with erect
petals, borne in 5 to 15 flowered cymes in the summer. Flowers are followed by
obovoid, bright orange-red ¼” spherical fruit. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cotoneaster Horizontalis - Rockspray Cotoneaster. Spreading, deciduous shrub with
branches forming a herringbone pattern. Rounded to broadly elliptic, glossy, dark
green ½” leaves. Foliage turns red in the fall. Pink-tinged white flowers are borne
in late spring as single or pairs. Flowers are followed by spherical ¼ ” bright red
fruit. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Cotoneaster Horizontalis Cheney - Cheney Variegated Dwarf Cotoneaster. Low
growing, wide spreading deciduous shrub. Offers variegated green and white ½”
roundish foliage. Stiffly angled branches that form a flat herringbone pattern.
Offers bright red fruit. Matures at 2 - 3’ high by 8 - 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 7.
Cotoneaster Horizontalis Perpusillus - Perpusillus Cotoneaster. Prostrate,
deciduous shrub with branches forming a herringbone pattern. Rounded, glossy,
dark green 3/8” leaves. The foliage turns red in the fall. Single, pink-tinged,
white flowers are borne in summer, followed by almost spherical 1/8 - 1/4” bright
red fruit. Matures at 12” high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Cotoneaster Lacteus Parneyi - Parneyi Hedge Cotoneaster. Dense, evergreen shrub
with arching branches bearing obovate or broadly elliptic, deeply veined 1 ½ - 3
½” dark green leaves with yellow-white felt underneath. Bears cymes of up to 100
milky white flowers, followed by obovoid ¼” red fruit. Can be used as a hedge.
Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cotoneaster Microphyllus - Little-Leaf Cotoneaster. Compact, prostrate, evergreen
shrub with elliptic, glossy, dark green ½” leaves. Bears single white flowers in
the summer, that are pink in bud. The flowers are followed by ¼” dark red
spherical fruit. Matures at 12” high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
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Cotoneaster Microphyllus Cooperi - Cooperi Little-leaf Dwarf Cotoneaster.
Dwarf, prostrate, evergreen shrub with elliptic, glossy, dark green
miniature leaves. Bears
single white flowers in the summer, that are
pink in bud. The flowers are followed by ¼”
dark red spherical fruit.
Matures at 12” high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cotoneaster Microphyllus Himalayas - Himilayan Cotoneaster. Compact,
prostrate, evergreen shrub with elliptic, glossy, dark green ½” leaves. Bears
single white flowers
in the summer, that are pink in bud. The flowers
are followed by ¼” dark red spherical fruit. Matures at 12” high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cotoneaster Microphyllus Thymifolius - Thymifolius Little-Leaf Cotoneaster.
Compact, prostrate, evergreen shrub with elliptic, glossy, dark green ½”
leaves that are more narrow than the species and curl under slightly.
Bears single white flowers in the summer, that are pink in bud. The
flowers are followed by ¼” dark red spherical fruit. Matures at 12” high by
6’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cotoneaster Pannosus Nana - Pannosus Dwarf Cotoneaster. Evergreen or
semi-evergreen with arching branches. Leaves are ovate to elliptic ½ - 1 ¼”
dull green with a white-felted beneath. White flowers are borne in cymes of
6 - 20
in dense clusters. Flowers are followed by red, sub-globose,
¼” fruit.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cotoneaster Salicifolius Repandens - Willowleaf Repens Cotoneaster.
Vigorous,
evergreen shrub with arching branches and elliptic-lanceshaped, dark green 1 ½ - 3” leaves. Bears cymes of 30 - 100 white flowers
in summer, followed by almost
spherical, shiny, bright red ¼” fruit.
Matures at 1 ½ - 2’ high by 8 - 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cotoneaster Thyme - Thyme Cotoneaster. Syn. Cotoneaster Thymifolius.
Compact, prostrate, evergreen shrub with elliptic, glossy, dark green ½”
leaves that are more narrow than the species and curl under slightly. Bears
single white flowers in the summer, that are pink in bud. The flowers are
followed by ¼” dark red spherical fruit. Matures at 12” high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Crataegus X Lavallei - Lavallei Hawthorn. Small, dense, oval-headed, spreading,
thorny, deciduous tree that has obovate, toothed, glossy dark green 4” leaves that
turn coppery-red in the fall. Bears erect, many-flowered corymbs of 3/4” white
flowers followed by long-lasting, spherical, orange-red 3/4” fruit. Matures at 20’
high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Crocosmia Lucifer - Lucifer Red Crocosmia. Perennial. Robust, cormous perennial
bearing pleated, mid-green leaves. Upward-facing, bright red 2” flowers borne in
bold, slightly arching, sparsely branched spikes in midsummer. Matures at 3 - 4’
high.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Bandai Sugi - Bandai Sugi Japanese Cedar. Rounded,
irregular, coniferous shrub or small tree with mid to deep green ¼ - ½” leaves.
Foliage turns bronze to brown in winter. Matures at 6’. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Black Dragon - Black Dragon Pyramidal Japanese Cedar.
A nice compact pyramidal evergreen plant. Nice green spring foliage turning
darker as the seasons progress. Grows 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Buckiscope - Buckiscope Japanese Cedar.
Cryptomeria Japonica Compressa - Compressa Dwarf Japanese Cedar. A very
dwarf conical, evergreen form. Dark green leaves with red-brown winter color.
Nice for rock gardens. Grows ½ - 1 ½” per year. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Cristata - Cristata Japanese Cedar. Evergreen, coniferous
tree
that is conical or columnar in habit. Plant has a thick, fibrous, red-brown
bark and dark green leaves which point forward in 5-ranked spirals around the
shoots which have several shoots fused and flattened into cockscombs.
Matures at 25’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Elegans - Elegans Plume Japanese Cedar. Evergreen,
coniferous tree that is conical or columnar in habit. Plant has a thick, fibrous, redbrown bark and bluish green juvenile leaves that are well spaced on the shoots but
dense in overall effect and turn purple in the winter. Matures at 20 -30’ high by
15’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Crataegus Douglasii - Douglasii Hawthorn.
Crataegus Laevigata Crimson Cloud - Crimson Cloud English Hawthorn.
Rounded, thorny, deciduous tree with shallowly 3 - 5 lobed, glossy, midgreen 2” leaves. Corymbs of up to 10 white to pink 1/2” flowers are borne
in late spring, followed by spherical 1/4 - 1/2” red fruit. Matures at 25’ high
by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Cryptomeria Japonica Elegans Aurea - Gold Plume Japanese Cedar. Evergreen,
coniferous tree that is conical or columnar in habit. Plant has a thick, fibrous, redbrown bark and bluish-green juvenile leaves that are well spaced on the shoots but
dense in overall effect and turn yellow in winter instead of purple. Matures at 25’
high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
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Cryptomeria Japonica Elegans Compacta - Elegans Plume Dwarf Japanese
Cedar. Evergreen, coniferous shrub that is conical - globose in habit. Plant
has a thick, fibrous, red-brown bark and bluish green juvenile leaves that are
well spaced on the shoots but dense in overall effect becoming purplish
tinged in winter. Matures at 6 - 12’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Goyokurya - Goyokurya Japanese Cedar.
Cryptomeria Japonica Jindai Sugi - Jindai Sugi Japanese Cedar. Evergreen,
coniferous shrub that is compact conical in habit. Plant has a thick, fibrous,
red-brown bark and rich green color in summer and winter. Matures at 6 12’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Kilmacurragh - Kilmacurragh Dwarf Japanese Cedar.
A dwarf flat global, evergreen plant. All branches have fasciated branch tips
and juvenile foliage. Grows 1 - 3” per year. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Knaptonensis - Knaptonensis Dwarf Japanese Cedar.
Dwarf irregular globe of white evergreen foliage. Grows 1 - 2” per year.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Lobbii Nana - Lobbii Dwarf Japanese Cedar. A dwarf
compact, evergreen plant with many leaders at its apex. Foliage is a brown
and white but light green in spring. Grows 1 - 3” per year. Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Ryokogu Coyokyu - Ryokogu Coyokyu Japanese
Cedar.
Cryptomeria Japonica Sekkan Sugi - Sekkan Sugi Japanese Cedar. Slower
growing than species and all evergreen leaves are sulfur yellow, turning
almost white in the winter. Grows 1 - 3” per year. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
are dense in overall effect becoming purplish tinged in winter. Matures at 6 - 12’
high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Tenzan - Tenzan Dwarf Japanese Cedar. One of the
smallest Japanese Cedars. Just a tight congested bun with bronze and green
evergreen foliage. Grows ¼ - ½” per year. Just right for rock gardens. Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Vilmoriniana - Vilmoriniana Dwarf Japanese Cedar.
Evergreen, coniferous shrub that is globose in habit. Plant has a thick, fibrous,
red-brown bark and lime-green juvenile leaves that are dense in overall effect
becoming purplish tinged in winter. Matures at 1 - 2’ high by 2’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Yoshino - Yoshino Japanese Cedar. Very large growing,
green evergreen lacy tree. May be slightly hardier than other selections. Grows
12 - 16” per year. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cunninghamia Lanceolata Glauca - Blue China Fir. Narrowly to broadly upright
or conical, coniferous tree, developing a rounded, domed top. Lance-shaped, soft,
blue bloomed 3” leaves each with a raised midrib and 2 white bands beneath.
Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cupressocyparis Leylandii - Leyland Cypress. Dense, tapering, coniferous
evergreen tree with smooth bark, becoming stringy with age, and flat sprays of
pointed, dark green, gray tinged leaves. Matures at 60 - 70’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cupressocyparis Leylandii Castlewellan - Castlewellan Gold Leyland Cypress.
Dense, tapering, coniferous evergreen tree with smooth bark, becoming stringy
with age, and plume-like sprays of yellow foliage. Matures at 60 - 70’ high by 15’
wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Spiralis - Spiralis Japanese Cedar. A semi-dwarf
upright, evergreen pyramid with light green foliage. Dense shrub or small
tree, with spirally curved and twisted, inward-pointing leaves. Grows 6 12” per year.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cupressocyparis Leylandii Naylors Blue - Naylors Blue Leyland Cypress. Dense,
tapering, coniferous evergreen tree with smooth bark, becoming stringy with age,
and
flat sprays of pointed, dark green, blue-gray tinged leaves. Matures at 60
- 70’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Spiraliter Falcata - Spiraliter Falcata Dwarf Japanese
Cedar. A dwarf evergreen plant with branches that are very thin. They
contort and curve in all directions. Grows 2 - 4” per year. Hardy in zones 6
- 9.
Cupressus Arizonica - Arizona Cypress. Conical, coniferous tree with smooth,
reddish purple bark. Pointed, glaucous, blue-gray, leaves arranged in dense
sprays. Dorsal
resin glands form white flecks on the foliage. Matures at 30 50’ high by 12 - 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cryptomeria Japonica Tansu - Tansu Dwarf Japanese Cedar. Evergreen,
coniferous shrub that is conical - globose and somewhat irregular in habit.
Plant has a thick, fibrous, red-brown bark and lime-green juvenile leaves that
Cupressus Glabra Blue Ice - Blue Ice Pyramid Cypress. Conical, coniferous tree
with smooth, reddish purple bark. Pointed, glaucous, blue-gray, almost silver
leaves arranged in dense sprays. Dorsal resin glands form white flecks on the
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foliage. This plant is long confused with and closely allied to Cupressus
Arizonica, but differing in having the outer bark shedding annually,
revealing the thin, very smooth, cherry-red inner bark. Matures at 30 50’ high by 12 - 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cytisus Kewensis - Kewensis Cream Flowering Broom. Prostrate, deciduous shrub
with arching stems, clothed in 3-palmate, softly hairy ¾” leaves. Bears axillary
racemes of 1 - 3 cream ½” flowers along the lengths of downy branches in late
spring. Matures at 12” high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cupressus Glabra Golden Pyramid - Golden Pyramid Cypress. Conical,
coniferous tree with smooth, reddish purple bark. Pointed, glaucous,
yellow-gray, leaves arranged in dense sprays. Dorsal resin glands form
white flecks on the foliage. Matures at 30 - 50’ high by
12 - 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Cytisus Kewensis Vancouver Gold - Vancouver Gold Broom. Prostrate, deciduous
shrub with arching stems, clothed in 3-palmate, softly hairy ¾” leaves. Bears
axillary racemes of 1 - 3 bright golden yellow ½” flowers along the lengths of
downy branches in late spring. Matures at 12” high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6
- 8.
Cupressus Macrocarpa Golden Pillar - Golden Pillar Monterey Cypress.
Coniferous tree, narrowly conical to columnar and spiky-topped when
young, becoming very wide-spreading with age. Pointed, rich golden yellow
foliage, gland less, lemon-scented leaves borne in erect or spreading sprays.
Matures at 15 - 20’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Cytisus Praecox Albus - White Broom. Compact, deciduous shrub with arching
shoots and simple ¾” leaves. Produces axillary clusters of abundant yellowishwhite to white flowers in mid and late spring. Matures at 4’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cupressus Macrocarpa Greenstead Magnificant - Greenstead Magnificant
Cypress. Coarse, light blue, evergreen foliage spreading out like a mat.
Great new ground cover. Gets only 6” high when it is 10’ wide. Nothing in
the Juniper family rivals this plant. Grows 8 - 16” per year. Hardy in zones
7 -10.
Cupressus Macrocarpa Salinga Aurea - Golden Salinga Cypress. Visualize
the Gold Thread Cypress with large, gold threadlike foliage and a
pronounced pendulous habit. Salinga Aurea is grafted onto hardy Thuja
rootstock. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cytisus Broom Assorted - Assorted Scotch Broom. A selection will be made
from the following varieties that will work best in your area.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Cytisus Burkwoodii - Burkwood (Dark Pink) Broom. Rounded, bushy,
deciduous shrub with slender shoots and 3-palmate ½ - ¾” leaves. Dark
pink ½” flowers that have yellow-margined crimson wings produced on
axillary clusters in late spring and early summer. Matures at 5’ high by 5’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cytisus Hollandia - Hollandia (Cream and Dark Pink) Broom. Rounded,
deciduous shrub with slender, arching branches and 3-palmate ½” leaves.
Abundant cream and dark pink ½” flowers are borne in axillary clusters in
late spring and early summer. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
Cytisus Praecox All Gold - All Gold Broom. Compact, deciduous shrub with arching
shoots and simple ¾” leaves. Produces axillary clusters of abundant dark yellow
flowers in mid and late spring. Matures at 4’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 9.
Cytisus Purgans - Provence (Pale-Yellow) Broom. Upright growing deciduous shrub
with slender, arching shoots and usually 3-palmate ½” leaves. Offers an
abundance of ½ - 1” pale sulfur-yellow flowers in May. Matures at 4’ high by 4’
wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cytisus Scoparius Carla - Carla (Pink and Crimson) Broom. Upright, compact
growing deciduous shrub with slender, arching shoots and usually 3-palmate ½ ¾” leaves. Offers an abundance of ½ - 1” pale pink and crimson flowers lined
with white in late spring. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 8.
Cytisus Scoparius Dorothy Walpole - Dorothy Walpole (Rose-Pink) Broom.
Upright, compact growing deciduous shrub with slender, arching shoots and
usually 3-palmate
½ - ¾” leaves. Offers an abundance of ½ - 1” rose-pink
flowers with velvety crimson wings in late spring. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cytisus Scoparius Lena - Lena (Ruby Red) Broom. Upright, compact growing
deciduous shrub with slender, arching shoots and usually 3-palmate ½ - ¾”
leaves. Offers an abundance of ½ - 1” pale ruby-red flowers with pale yellow
keels in late spring. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cytisus Scoparius Lilac Time - Lilac Time (Reddish-Purple) Broom. Upright,
compact growing deciduous shrub with slender, arching shoots and usually 3-
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bears abundant dense, strongly scented, pale to deep rose-pink sometimes white
1/2” terminal flowers in clusters of 6 - 20. Matures at 6” high by 4’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 7.
palmate ½ - ¾” leaves. Offers an abundance of ½ - 1” pale ruby-red
flowers with pale yellow keels in late spring. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Cytisus Scoparius Moonlight - Moonlight (Pale-Yellow) Broom. Upright,
compact growing deciduous shrub with slender, arching shoots and usually
3-palmate ½ - ¾” leaves. Offers an abundance of ½ - 1” pale sulfur-yellow
flowers in late spring. Matures at 30” high by 30” wide. Hardy in zones 6 8.
Daphne Cneorum Ruby Glow - Ruby Glow Rose Daphne. Low-growing, evergreen
shrub with trailing branching stems and smooth, inversely lance-shaped, dark
green above, gray-green beneath, ½ - ¾” leaves. Bears abundant dense, terminal
clusters of 6 - 20 strongly scented, ruby-red ½” flowers in late spring. Matures at
6” high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Cytisus Scoparius Paulette - Paulette Broom. Upright, compact growing
deciduous shrub with slender, arching shoots and usually 3-palmate ½ - ¾”
leaves. Offers an abundance
of ½ - 1” flowers in late spring. Matures at
3 - 4’ high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Daphne Mantensiana - Mantensiana Purple Daphne. Low, spreading, evergreen
shrub that offers clusters of purple, perfumed flowers during May - June and often
through the summer. Produces dense branches and has thick foliage. Foliage is
narrow and 1¼” long.
Matures at 1 ½’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 6.
Cytisus Scoparius Pomona - Pomona Orange And Apricot Broom. Upright,
compact growing deciduous shrub with slender, arching shoots and usually
3-palmate ½ - ¾” leaves. Offers an abundance of ½ - 1” orange and apricot
flowers in late spring. Matures at 4 - 6’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 9.
Daphne Odora - Purple-Pink And White Winter Daphne. Rounded evergreen shrub
with inversely lance-shaped to narrowly oval, leathery, glossy, deep green 3”
leaves. Bears
fragrant, deep purple-pink and white ½” flowers from midwinter to early spring.
Flowers are followed by fleshy, spherical red fruit. Matures at 4’ high by 4’
wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Daphne Burkwoodii Carol Mackie - Carol Mackie White Daphne. Upright,
densely branched, semi-evergreen shrubs with linear to inversely lanceshaped, mid-green 1 ½” leaves that are margined golden yellow and later
become creamy white. Bear terminal clusters of up to 16 fragrant white
flowers in late spring. Matures at 5’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Daphne Odora Aureo-Marginata - Variegated Red-Purple Winter Daphne.
Rounded evergreen shrub with inversely lance-shaped to narrowly oval, leathery,
glossy, deep
green 3” leaves with narrow, irregular yellow margins. Bears
fragrant, red-purple ½” flowers paler and sometimes almost white within from
midwinter to early spring.
Flowers are followed by fleshy, spherical red fruit.
Matures at 4’ high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Daphne Burkwoodii Somerset - Burkwoodii Somerset Purple-Pink Daphne.
Upright, vase-shaped, densely branched, semi-evergreen shrubs with linear
to inversely lance-shaped, mid-green 1 ½” leaves. Bear terminal clusters of
up to 16 fragrant purple-pink flowers with light pink lobes in late spring.
Matures at 5’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Daphne Odora Leucantha - Leucantha White Winter Daphne. Rounded, evergreen,
shrub with inversely lance-shaped to narrowly oval, leathery, glossy, deep green
3” leaves. Bears
fragrant, white or creamy white ½” flowers from midwinter to early spring.
Flowers are followed by fleshy, spherical red fruit. Plant matures at 4’ high by 4’
wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Daphne Cacausica - Cacausica White Daphne. Upright, deciduous shrub with
inversely lance-shaped to linear lance-shaped hairless, pale green 3” leaves.
Produces terminal
and axillary clusters of up to 20 fragrant white ½”
flowers in the spring and intermittently until frost. The fleshy, spherical
fruit are black. Matures 4’ high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones
6 - 8.
Daphne Cneorum - Rose Daphne. Low-growing, evergreen shrub with
trailing, branching stems and smooth, inversely lance-shaped ½ - ¾” leaves.
The foliage is dark green above and gray-green below. In late spring plant
Deschampsia Caespitosa Goldgehaenge - Gold Garland Tufted Hair Grass
(Ornamental Grass). Dense, tussock-forming, evergreen grass with rigid, linear,
rough, mid-green 24” leaves. Produces airy, arching 18” panicles that are golden
yellow in late summer. Matures at 6’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Deschampsia Caespitosa Northern Lights - Northern Lights Tufted Hair Grass
(Ornamental Grass). Dense, tussock-forming, evergreen grass with rigid, linear,
rough, green 24” leaves that are 1/8” wide. Produces airy, arching 18” panicles
that are silvery-yellow in late June and last through late August. Matures at 4’
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leafy stems in summer. Matures at 8” high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 10.
high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Deutzia Crenata Nikko - Nikko (White) Deutzia. Compact, deciduous shrub
with lanceshaped, rich green 1 ¼ - 2 ½” leaves that turn red-purple in autumn.
Produces 4 - 6” panicles of star-shaped white ½” flowers in late spring.
Matures at 2’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Dianthus Freynii - Freynii Pink Dianthus (Perennial). A low, globose, mound
forming, grey-green mint color, perennial forming a miniature moss ball. Bears
solitary ¾” bright pink flowers. Matures at 4” high by 4 - 6” wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 9.
Dianthus Frosty Fire - Frosty Fire Red Dianthus (Perennial). A low, globose,
mound forming, gray- green mint color, perennial forming a miniature moss ball.
Blooms are single toothed, bright carmine- magenta with white pictotee margins.
Matures at 4”
high by 4 - 6” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Deutzia Gracilis - Slender (White) Deutzia. Bushy, erect, deciduous shrub with
lance- shaped to ovate, tapered, bright green 2 ½” leaves. Offers fragrant,
star-shaped
white ¾” flowers are borne in upright racemes, 2-3”
long from spring to early summer. Matures at 3’ by 3’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Dianthus Gratianopolitanus Bath’s Pink - Bath’s Cheddar Pink Dianthus
(Perennial). Mat-forming species pink with gray-green 2” foliage. Bears single,
strongly scented, deep pink 1 ¼” flowers produced in the summer. Tolerant of
heat, drought, and high humidity. Matures at 6” high by 16” wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 8.
Deutzia Mont Rose - Mont Rose (Purple-Pink) Deutzia. Bushy, upright,
deciduous shrub with narrowly ovate, dark green leaves. Star-shaped,
purple-pink ½” flowers with wavy petals and yellow anthers, produced in ¾
- 1 ¼” panicles in early summer. Matures at 4’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 8.
Dianthus Gratianopolitanus Little Jock - Little Jock Pink Dianthus (Perennial).
Mat-forming species pink with gray-green 2” leaves. Solitary, very fragrant,
single, pale pink with maroon eyes, 1 ¼” flowers with deeply fringed petals,
produced in summer. Matures at 6” high by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Deschampsia Caespitosa Tautraeger - Tautraeger Tufted Hair Grass
(Ornamental Grass).
Deutzia Pink Pom Pom - Pink Pom Pom Deutzia. A medium size upright and
rounded deciduous shrub. An excellent hybrid with tightly packed rounded
clusters of double rose pink flowers. Matures at 5 - 6” high by 5 - 6”
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Dianthus Assorted - Assorted Dianthus (Perennial). A selection will be made
of the
varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Dianthus Albus - Albus White Dianthus (Perennial). Mat forming, species
with narrow dark green 1” foliage. Bears solitary, scentless, white ¾”
flowers that are toothed, bearded petals on upright leafy stems in summer.
Matures at 8” high by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Dianthus Barbatus Indian Carpet - Indian Carpet Sweet William (Perennial).
Bushy clusterhead pinks, grown as a biennial, with light to mid-green 4”
leaves, sometimes deep bronze-green. In late spring and early summer leafy
bracts surround dense, flat 3 - 5” terminal clusters of many small, single,
sweet scented flowers. Matures at 28” high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 3
- 9.
Dianthus Deltoides Zing Rose - Zing Rose Dianthus (Perennial). Mat-forming
species pink with narrow, dark green ½” leaves. Bears solitary, scentless,
single, bright rose-red ¾” flowers that are toothed, bearded petals on upright
Dianthus Licinata - Licinata Pink Dianthus (Perennial). Almost silver-green in
appearance, this miniature dwarf spreading mound has a little trouble with water.
Low, globose mound forming a miniature moss ball. Bears ¾” pink flowers.
Matures at 3 - 4” high by 4 - 5” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Dianthus Plumarius Cottage Pink - Cottage Pink Dianthus (Perennial). Long
blooming modern border plant. Blue- green foliage bears large, scented, toothed,
double, fuchsia-pink flowers. Matures at 12” high by 24” wide. Hardy in zone 4
- 9.
Dianthus Plumosa Clove Pink - Clove Pink Dianthus (Perennial).
Dianthus Simulans - Simulans Pink Dianthus (Perennial). Mound-forming species
pink with very short, gray to olive ¾” foliage. Tiny, single, rose-colored ¼ - ½”
flowers produced in spring. Matures at 3” high by 5” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Dianthus Tiny Rubies - Tiny Rubies Dianthus (Perennial). Rock garden pink,
produces
tiny, fragrant, rose-colored ½” flowers. Matures at 4” high by 12”
wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Digitalis Purpurea Giant Shirley - Giant Shirley Foxglove (Perennial). Rosetteforming, very variable hairy biennial or short-lived perennial. Has 4 -10” ovate to
lance-shaped, usually toothed, dark green, sometimes white-woolly leaves. Tall
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one-sided 3’ spikes of huge, bell-shaped, white, shell-pink, and deep rose
color dotted crimson or chocolate. Matures at 3’ high by 2’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Disanthus Cercidfolius - Purple Disanthus. Rounded, deciduous shrub with
ovate to almost circular, glaucous blue-green 4” leaves with heart-shaped
bases. Fall color is yellow, orange, red and purple. slightly fragrant,
axillary, spidery, bright rose-red 3/4” flowers are produced in mid autumn.
Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Echinacea Purpurea - Purple Coneflower (Perennial). Erect perennial with
smooth, sometimes rough-hairy, red-tinted green stems, ovate toothed,
rough-hairy basal 6” leaves and ovate-lance-shaped, toothed stem leaves.
Bears 5” flower heads from midsummer to early autumn with conical,
golden brown disks and partly reflexed, purplish red
ray 1 ¼ - 3” florets. Matures at 5’ high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Echinacea Purpurea Magnus Purple - Magnus Purple Coneflower
(Perennial). Erect perennial with smooth, sometimes rough-hairy, red-tinted
green stems, ovate, toothed, rough-hairy basal 6” leaves. Blooms from
midsummer to early autumn. Flower heads are 7” across, with dark
orange disks. The ray florets are deep purple. Matures
at 5’
high by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Echinacea Purpurea White Swan - White Swan Purple Coneflower
(Perennial). Erect perennial with smooth, sometimes rough-hairy, red-tinted
green stems, ovate, toothed, rough-hairy basal 6” leaves. Blooms from
midsummer to early autumn. Flower heads are 4 ½” across, with orangebrown disks. The ray florets are white. Matures at 24”
high by 18”
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Elaeagnus Angustifolia - Russian Olive. Deciduous shrub or tree with
spreading, red-tinted, sometimes spiny branches, covered with silvery scales,
and willow-like, lance-shaped 4” leaves. Leaves are dark green above,
silver-scaly beneath. In summer, produces fragrant, yellowish white ½”
flowers followed in autumn by silver-scaly edible yellow fruit. Matures at
20’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Elaeagnus Commutata - Silverberry. Thicket-forming, deciduous shrub,
spreading by suckers, with upright, red-brown shoots and broadly elliptic 3”
leaves, that are completely covered with silvery scales. Pendent, silverscaly, fragrant yellowish white ½” flowers borne in late spring, followed in
autumn by silver-mealy red fruit. Matures at 12’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in
zones 2 - 6.
Elaeagnus Pungens Fruitlandii - Fruitland Silverberry. Dense, slightly spiny,
evergreen shrub with young branches covered in brown scales. Rounded 4” leaves
with wavy margins and silver undersides. In the fall bears pendent, fragrant,
silvery white ½” flowers followed by brown fruit that ripens to red. Matures at
12’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Elaeagnus X Ebbingei - Silverberry Russian Olive. Dense, rounded to spreading,
evergreen shrubs with elliptic, leathery 4” leaves. Foliage is glossy, dark or
metallic sea-green on the upper surfaces, silver-scaly beneath. Silver-scaly creamy
white ½” flowers are borne in autumn. Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy
in zones 7 - 10.
Enkianthus Campanulatus - Red Vein Enkianthus. Spreading, tree-like, deciduous
shrub with whorled branches and obovate-elliptic, toothed, dull green 2 ½” leaves
clustered at the tips of the shoots and turning orange-yellow to red in the fall.
Bears pendent, corymb-like racemes of 5 - 15 bell-shaped, creamy yellow flowers,
veined pink to red, in late spring and early summer. Matures at 12’ high by 15’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Enkianthus Campanulatus Red Bells - Red Bells Enkianthus. Spreading, tree-like,
deciduous shrub with whorled branches and obovate-elliptic, toothed, dull green 2
½” leaves. Foliage is clustered the tips of the shoots and turning orange-yellow to
red in autumn. Bears pendent, corymb-like racemes of 5 - 15 bell-shaped, redtipped, red-veined, creamy yellow flowers in late spring and early summer.
Matures at 12 - 15’ high by 12-15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Eragrostis Trichoides Bend Gertri - Bend Love Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Erect
growing grass with clusters of dark green, slightly arching thin, 4’ leaf blades.
Offers long and airy panicles of amethyst pink flowers in June that last until late
summer. Matures
at 4 - 5’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Erianthus Ravennae - Ravennae Grass. (Ornamental Grass) A tall, stately grass that
is more hardy than Pampas Grass. Stems are stout, with long, narrow leaf blades.
The plant turns brown with tinges of orange or purple in the fall. 1 - 2’ silverwhite panicles appear from late September to late October. Matures at 7 - 15’.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Erigeron Azurfee - Azurfee Fleabane. (Perennial) syn. with Erigeron Azure Fairy.
Clump-Forming perennial with inversely lance-shaped leaves. Bears corymbs of
semi-double, yellow-centered, lavender-blue 1 1/2” flowerheads in early and
midsummer. Matures at 18” high by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Escallonia Compacta - Compact Escallonia. Evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub
with slender, arching shoots and obovate to narrowly oval, glossy, dark green 1”
leaves. Bears a profusion of saucer-shaped, bright rose-red ½” flowers, in short
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wings. Almost spherical, reddish purple 3/8” fruit. Matures at 10’ high by 10’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
racemes in early and midsummer. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 5 - 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Escallonia Exoniensis Frades - Pink Princess Escallonia. Large, upright
evergreen shrub with oval, toothed, shiny ¾” leaves. In summer, bears 3”
panicles of carmine ½” flowers. Plant matures at 12 - 20’ high by 10 - 15’
wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Euonymus Fortunei Canadale Gold - Canadale Gold Euonymus. Large light green
leaves are bordered with golden yellow, the color is deeper on new growth.
Forms a sturdy compact, evergreen plant, with substantial variegation. Matures at
16” high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zone 4 - 8.
Escallonia Langleyensis - Langleyensis Apple Blossom Escallonia. Evergreen
or semi-evergreen shrub with slender, arching shoots and obovate to
narrowly oval, glossy, dark green 1” leaves. Bears a profusion of saucershaped, bright rose-red ½” flowers in early and midsummer. Matures at 6’
high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Euonymus Fortunei Coloratus - Purple Leaf Wintercreeper Euonymus. Prostrate to
mound-forming, evergreen shrubs with oval, toothed, thin, leathery, dark green 2”
leaves. The foliage turns purple-red from late autumn to winter in cold weather.
Matures at 24” high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Escallonia Langleyensis Pride Of Donnard - Pride of Donnard Escallonia.
Erect, compact, evergreen shrub with ovately, glossy, dark green 1” leaves.
Bears chalice-shaped, rich, light red 1” flowers, in short racemes in early and
midsummer. Matures at 5’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Escallonia Newport Dwarf - Newport Dwarf Escallonia. Compact, true dwarf,
spreading, broadleaf evergreen shrub with broadly oval to obovate, glossy,
dark green 1” leaves. Bears tubular, rose-pink to red ½” flowers
continuously in short racemes in early and midsummer. Matures at 8’ high
by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Escallonia Red Elf - Red Elf Escallonia. Compact, spreading, evergreen shrub
with broadly oval to obovate, glossy, dark green 1” leaves. Bears tubular,
dark crimson ½” flowers
in short racemes in early and midsummer.
Matures at 8’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Escallonia Rubra - Red Escallonia. Vigorous, variable, evergreen shrub with
peeling brown bark and elliptic to broadly ovate or obovate, toothed, glossy,
dark green 2 ½” leaves. Bears 4” loose panicles of tubular, dark crimson to
pink ½” flowers in abundance from summer to early autumn. Matures at 15
feet high by 15 feet wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Euonymus Alatus - Burning Bush. Dense, bushy, deciduous shrub with
obovate to ovate-elliptic, toothed, dark green 3” leaves, that turn brilliant red
in the fall. Shoots are 4-angled, with broad, corky wings. Almost spherical,
reddish purple 3/8” fruit are 1 - 4 lobed. Seeds have orange arils. Matures
at 15 - 20’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4-9.
Euonymus Alatus Compactus - Dwarf Burning Bush. Dense, bushy, deciduous
shrub with obovate to ovate-elliptic, toothed, dark green 3” leaves. The
foliage turns pinkish red in autumn. Shoots are 4-angled, with broad, corky
Euonymus Fortunei Emerald Gaiety - Emerald Gaiety Variegated Euonymus.
Compact mound-forming, evergreen shrub with bright green leaves having white
margins that are tinged pink in winter. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Euonymus Fortunei Emerald’ n Gold - Emerald’ n Gold Variegated Euonymus.
Bushy, evergreen shrub with bright green leaves having broad, bright yellow
margins that are tinged pink in winter. Matures at 36” wide. Hardy in zones 5 9.
Euonymus Fortunei Green Lane - Green Lane Euonymus. A better green foliage
form and not as upright as ‘Sarcoxie’, will mature about 4’ high by 4 - 6’ wide.
Thick lustrous dark green leaves do not windburn and remain vibrant year-round.
Develops pinkish fruits with orange seeds. This evergreen matures at 4 - 5’ high
by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Euonymus Fortunei Ivory Jade - Ivory Jade Variegated Euonymus. Compact
mound- forming, evergreen shrub with large rich green leaves with ivory margins
that are tinged pink in winter. Matures at 2’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 9.
Euonymus Fortunei Kewensis - Kewensis Green Euonymus. Forms a dense
evergreen mat, and bears dark green ½” leaves with pale green veins, on slender
shoots. Matures
at 4” high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Euonymus Fortunei Moonshadow - Moonshadow Variegated Euonymus. Compact,
low growing evergreen shrub that offers glossy, dark green foliage with bright
yellow centers. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Euonymus Fortunei Radicans Variegatus - Variegated Wintercreeper Euonymus.
Prostrate to mound-forming, evergreen shrubs with oval, toothed, thin, leathery,
dark green 2” leaves with white margins. The foliage turns purple-red from late
autumn to winter in cold weather. Matures at 24” high by 15’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
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Euonymus Fortunei Silver Queen - Silver Queen Variegated Euonymus. A
bushy and upright, evergreen shrub with white-margined, dark green 2”
leaves. The margins tint pink in winter. Matures at 8’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
toothed, leathery, glossy, dark green 1” leaves that have white margins. Matures
at 3’ high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Euonymus Japonicus Silver King - Silver King Variegated Euonymus. Dense,
bushy, evergreen shrub with obovate to narrowly oval, toothed, leathery, glossy,
dark green 2 ½” leaves with white margins. Matures at 5’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Euonymus Fortunei Sun Spot - Sun Spot Variegated Wintercreeper
Euonymus. Rounded, compact, evergreen shrub that has a shapely form.
Plant offers good winter hardiness. Thick green leaves with a pronounced
yellow center. The leaves inside the plant have the same variegated pattern
as the leaves at the stem tips. The leaf margin is a dark green. Matures at 3’
high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Euonymus Japonicus Silver Queen - Silver Queen Variegated Euonymus. Dense,
bushy, evergreen shrub with obovate to narrowly oval, toothed, leathery, glossy,
dark green 2 ½” leaves with white margins. Matures at 5’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Euonymus Japonicus - Japanese Euonymus. Dense, bushy, evergreen shrub or
small, erect tree with obovate to narrowly oval, toothed, leathery, glossy,
dark green 2 ½” leaves. Spherical 3/8” fruit are pink tinged white. A useful
plant for hedging. Matures at 12’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Euonymus Kiautschovicus Manhattan - Manhattan Euonymus. Open, spreading
evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub with oval to obovate, scalloped, bright green
3” leaves. Foliage often turns orange-red and pink in autumn. Matures at 10’ high
by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Euonymus Japonicus Albo-Margiata - White Edge Variegated Euonymus.
Dense, bushy, evergreen shrub or small, erect tree with obovate to narrowly
oval, toothed, leathery, glossy, dark green 2 ½” leaves having broad, white
margins. Matures at 12’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Exochorda Macrantha The Bride - The Bride Pearlbush. Compact, arching,
mound- forming, deciduous shrub with obovate, light to mid-green 3” leaves.
Bears racemes of 6 - 10 white 1 ¼” flowers in late spring and early summer.
Matures at 6’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Euonymus Japonicus Aureo-Marginata - Gold Edge Variegated Euonymus.
Same as E. J. Ovatus Aureus. Dense, bushy, evergreen shrub or small, erect
tree with obovate to narrowly oval, toothed, leathery, glossy, dark green 2
½” leaves having broad, golden yellow margins. Matures at 12’ high by 6’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Fagus Sylvatica - Green European Beech. Spreading, deciduous tree with ellipticovate, wavy-margined 4” leaves. Foliage is silky-haired and pale green at first,
turning brown in the fall. Matures at 80’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Euonymus Japonicus Aureus - Gold Spot Variegated Euonymus. Also known
as Aureo-variegata and Aureo-pictus. Dense, bushy, evergreen shrub with
obovate to narrowly oval, toothed, leathery, glossy, dark green 2 ½” leaves
having a central golden yellow mark. Matures at 5’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy
in zones 6 - 9.
Euonymus Japonicus Grandifolia - Japanese Euonymus. Dense, bushy,
evergreen shrub or small, erect tree with obovate to narrowly oval, toothed,
leathery, glossy, dark green 2 ½” leaves. Matures at 12’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Euonymus Japonicus Microphylla - Box Leaf Euonymus. Dense, bushy,
evergreen shrub with obovate to narrowly oval, toothed, leathery, glossy,
dark green 1” leaves. Matures
at 3’ high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones
6 - 9.
Euonymus Japonicus Microphylla Variegatus - Variegated Box Leaf
Euonymus. Dense, bushy, evergreen shrub with obovate to narrowly oval,
Fagus Sylvatica Asplenifolia - Fern Leafed Green European Beech. Spreading,
deciduous tree with slender leaves deeply cut into narrow lobed silky-haired and
pale green at first, turning glossy dark green. Fall color is yellow to orangebrown. Matures at 80’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Atropunicea - Copper Beach. The true or original purple leaf
beech. The young leaves are a deep black-red and with time change to purplegreen and often almost green. Matures at 80’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Beth Dwarf - Beth Dwarf European Beech.
Fagus Sylvatica Fastigiata Aurea - Columnar Gold European Beech. Columnar
deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate, wavy-margined 4” leaves. Silky-haired and
bright yellow maturing to green, then yellow to orange-brown in fall. Matures at
80’ high by 22’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Fastigata Dawyck - Dawyck Columnar Green European Beech.
Columnar deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate, wavy-margined 4” leaves. Silkyhaired and pale green at first, turning glossy dark green, then yellow to orange-
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by 22’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Laciniata - Lanciniata Green European Beech. Spreading,
deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate, deeply cut margined 4” leaves. Foliage is
silky-haired and pale green at first, turning brown in the fall. Matures at 80’
high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Mercedes - Mercedes Dwarf Green European Beech. Dwarf,
deciduous linearilobum type Beech. Keep the main leader cut and you
should have a nice globe
for the rock garden. Grows 4 - 8” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Pendula - Green Weeping European Beech. Weeping
deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate, wavy-margined 4” leaves. Silky-haired
and pale green at first, turning glossy dark green, then yellow to orangebrown in fall. Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Purple Fountain - Purple Fountain Weeping European Beech.
Weeping deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate, wavy-margined 4” purple
leaves. The plant offers narrow upright growth and the central stem from
which the branches hang down in loose cascading fashion. Matures at 12’
high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Purpurea - Purple Leafed European Beech. Spreading,
deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate, wavy-margined 4” leaves. Foliage is
silky-haired and purple, turning coppery brown in the fall. Matures at 80’
high by 50’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Purpurea Nana - Compact Purple Leafed European Beech.
Spreading, deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate, wavy-margined 4” leaves.
Foliage is silky-haired
and purple, turning coppery brown in the fall.
Matures at 40’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Purpurea Pendula - Purple Leafed Weeping European Beech.
Weeping deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate, wavy-margined 4” deep
blackish purple leaves. The plant is mushroom-headed, with weeping
branches that develop in a broad arched cascading fashion. Matures at 10’
high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Quercifolia - Quercifolia Green European Beech. Spreading,
deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate, 4” leaves with 7 - 9 deep and regular
serration's. Foliage is silky-haired and pale green at first, turning brown in
the fall. Matures at 80’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Red Oblisk - Red Oblisk Columnar European Beech. Columnar
deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate, wavy-margined 4” leaves. Leaves are serrated
and very deep purple. Matures at 35’ high by 15 - 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Riversii - Riversii Purple European Beech. Deciduous tree with
elliptic-ovate, wavy-margined 4” very deep purple serrated leaves. Perhaps the
darkest (blackest) purple of any form. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Rohanii - Rohanii Purple Fernleaf European Beech. Deciduous tree
with elliptic-ovate, somewhat undulating margined 4” leaves. Foliage is brownish
purple with rounded shallow teeth, and almost crisped. Matures at 50’ high by 30’
wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Rohanii Aurea - Gold Fernleaf European Beech. Deciduous tree
with elliptic-ovate, somewhat undulating margined 4” leaves. Foliage is golden
yellow when young becoming green as it matures, with rounded shallow teeth, and
almost crisped. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Roseo Marginata - Tri-Color European Beech. Deciduous tree with
elliptic-ovate, purple leaves edged and striped pink and pinkish white. It is best to
provide some shade for the creamy-pink areas often become scorched in hot, dry
weather. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Spaethiana - Spaethiana Purple European Beech. Deciduous tree
with elliptic-ovate, deep purple leaves that have lighter color veins. The color is
persistent possibly more so than any other purple variety. Matures at 50’ high by
30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Fagus Sylvatica Tortuosa Purpurea - Tortuosa Dwarf Purple European Beech. A
variable form with uniquely twisted trunk and branches. Usually wide-spreading
and mounded, forming a dome of foliage and sometimes referred to as the Parasol
Beech. Deciduous foliage is elliptic-ovate, with somewhat undulating margins and
purple in color. Matures at 10 - 15’ high. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Ferns Hardy Assorted - Ferns Assorted Hardy Varieties. (Perennials). Large group
of perennial plants grown for their lovely and interesting foliage. Their leaves
(fronds) are usually finely cut. They reproduce themselves by spores which form
directly on fronds. Matures at 6 - 50”. Hardy in all zones.
Festuca Amethystina Superba - Rainbow Fescue. (Ornamental Grass) Densely
tufted, tussock-forming, evergreen, perennial grass with soft, narrowly linear,
gray-green 10” leaves. The lower halves inrolled and furrowed. In late spring
and early summer, bears lax, flexous, zigzag 4 - 8” panicles with paired branches
bearing spikelets of 3 - 7 violet-tinted, greenish to purple or violet flowers.
Matures at 18” high by 10” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
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Festuca Cinerea Blausilber - Cinerea Blausilber Blue Fescue. (Ornamental
Grass). Densely tufted, tussock-forming, evergreen, perennial grass with
soft, narrowly linear, blue-green 10” leaves. In mid and late summer, bears
dense, narrow, ovoid branched 1” panicles with spikelets of 3 - 5 violet
flowers. Matures at 10” high by 10 - 12” wide.
Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Festuca Ovina Glauca - Blue Fescue. (Ornamental Grass). Densely tufted,
evergreen, perennial grass with erect or arching, narrowly linear, inrolled, 9ribbed, smooth, blue-green 3 - 8” leaves. In early and midsummer bears
dense, obovate, shortly branched 4” panicles with spikelets of 4 - 7 violetflushed, blue green flowers. Matures at 12” high by 10” wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Festuca Ovina Vaginata Glauca Elijah Blue - Elijah Blue Fescue.
(Ornamental Grass). Densely tufted, evergreen, perennial grass with erect or
arching, narrowly linear,
inrolled, 9-ribbed, smooth, powder blue 8”
leaves. In early and midsummer bears
dense, obovate, shortly
branched 4” panicles with spikelets of 4 - 7 violet-flushed,
blue green
flowers. Matures at 10” high by 10” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Festuca Ovina Vaginata Glauca Sarah’s Blue - Sarah’s Blue Fescue.
(Ornamental Grass). Densely tufted, evergreen, perennial grass with erect or
arching, narrowly linear, inrolled, 9-ribbed, smooth, blue-gray 8” leaves.
In early and midsummer bears dense, obovate, shortly branched 4” panicles
with spikelets of 4 - 7 violet-flushed, blue green flowers.
Matures at 10” high by 10” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Forsythia Viridissima Bronxensis - Bronxensis Forsythia. Spreading,
deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub. Offers 1 3/4” ovate-shaped, rich, brightgreen leaves are borne on green stems. Primrose-yellow, 1” flowers are
borne in early spring. Matures at 12” high by 36” wide. Hardy in zones 6 8.
Forsythia X Intermedia Mini Gold - Mini Gold Forsythia. Bushy, deciduous shrub
bearing ovated to lance-shaped, simple occasionally 3-lobed 4” leaves. Deep,
bright yellow 1 ¼ - 1 ½” flowers that are borne in groups of 2 or 3 in early and
mid spring. Matures at 2 ½’ high by 2 ½’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Forsythia X Intermedia Northern Sun - Northern Sun Forsythia. Upright, arching,
deciduous shrub with oval, mid-green 3 - 5” leaves. In spring bears clear yellow
¾” flowers. Very hardy, producing a display of flowers even after -30 F.
Matures at 8’
high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Forsythia X Intermedia Spring Glory - Spring Glory Forsythia. Upright, deciduous
shrub with ovate to lance-shaped 5” leaves. In spring, bears pale yellow 1 ¼”
flowers. Matures
at 6’ high by 5 - 7’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Fothergilla Gardenii Blue Mist - Blue Mist Dwarf Fothergilla. Dense, bushy shrub
with alternate, oval to obovate blue-green 2 ½” leaves. Foliage has toothed,
margins and turns bright red, orange, and yellow in the fall. Cylindrical, terminal
1 ½” spikes of small, white fragrant flowers with 1” filaments are borne in
spring before the foliage. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Fothergilla Gardenii Mount Airy - Mount Airy Dwarf Fothergilla. Upright,
deciduous shrub with obovate to nearly rounded, alternate, glossy, dark green 3 5” leaves with toothed margins, offering superb brilliant red, orange, and yellow in
the fall. Erect, terminal spikes, 1 - 2” long of fragrant, white, occasionally pinktinged flowers are borne in spring, before the leaves unfold. Matures at 3 - 5’
high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Fothergilla Major - Large Fothergilla. Upright, deciduous shrub with obovate to
nearly rounded, alternate, glossy, dark green 3 - 5” leaves with toothed margins,
turning brilliant red, orange, and yellow in the fall. Erect, terminal spikes 1 - 2”
long of fragrant, white, occasionally pink-tinged flowers are borne in late spring
and early summer, before or as the leaves unfold. Matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Frageria Chiloensis - Chiloensis Strawberry.
Forsythia X Intermedia Fiesta - Fiesta Yellow Forsythia. Bushy, deciduous
shrub bearing ovated to lance-shaped, simple occasionally 3-lobed 4” leaves.
Deep, bright yellow 1 ¼ - 1 ½” flowers that are borne in groups of 2 or 3 in
early and mid spring. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Forsythia X Intermedia Lynwood Gold - Lynwood Gold Forsythia. Bushy,
deciduous shrub bearing ovated to lance-shaped, simple occasionally 3lobed 4” leaves. Deep, bright yellow 1 ¼ - 1 ½” flowers that are borne in
groups of 2 or 3 in early and mid spring. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Frageria Pink - Pink Strawberry. Stoloniferous perennial bearing 3-palmate leaves,
with broad, ovate, toothed, 1 - 1 1/2” leaflets on reddish green leaf stalks. Cymes
of bright pink 1” flowers that have 5-7 rounded petals, appear from late spring to
mid autumn. Rarely bears fruit. Matures at 4 - 6” high by indefinite width.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Fraxinus Americana Autumn Applause - Autumn Applause White Ash. Densely
branched, fast growing, oval form, deciduous tree with close-knit branches bearing
pinnate, glossy, dark green 14” leaves, each with 5 - 9 oblong-lance-shaped to
ovate, tapered leaflets that are more narrow than the species, turning a reliable
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maroon in the fall. Matures at 40’
9.
tapered leaflets, that turn yellow in the fall. Matures at 45’ high by 35’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 -
Fraxinus Americana Autumn Purple - Autumn Purple White Ash. Fast
growing, broadly columnar, deciduous tree bearing pinnate, glossy, dark
green 14” leaves, each with 5 - 9 oblong-lance-shaped to ovate, tapered
leaflets, turning red to red-purple in the fall. Matures at 60’ high by 40’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Fraxinus Angustifolia Raywood - Raywood Narrow leafed Claret Ash.
Spreading, deciduous tree bearing pinnate, glossy 10” leaves. Foliage is
dark green above, paler beneath and often in whorls of 3, each with up to 13
slender, lance-shaped, tapered leaflets, turning reddish-purple in the fall.
Matures at 70’ high by 40’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Fraxinus Excelsior Aureafolia - Golden European Ash. Vigorous, spreading,
deciduous tree producing conspicuous black buds in the winter. Pinnate,
dark green 12” leaves with 9 - 13 oval leaflets, turn golden-yellow in the
fall. Matures at 100’ high by 70’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Fraxinus Latifolia - Oregon Ash. Spreading, deciduous tree bearing pinnate,
dark green
6 - 12” leaves with 7 - 9 oval, tapered leaflets, turning
yellow in the fall. Matures at 80’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Fraxinus Ornus - Flowering Ash. Bushy-headed, rounded, deciduous tree
bearing pinnate, dark green 8” leaves each with 5 - 9 oval leaflets. Foliage
turns purple-red in the fall. In late spring and early summer, produces large
terminal and axillary panicles of fragrant, creamy white flowers. Matures
at 50’ high by 50’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Fraxinus Pennsylvanica Cimmaron - Cimmaron Green Ash. Vigorous,
spreading deciduous tree with an oval crown. Offers pinnate, glossy, rich
dark-green 12” leaves that are composed of 7 - 9, sometimes 5, ovate to
lance-shaped, tapered leaflets, that turn brick-red in the fall. Matures at 60’
high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Fraxinus Pennsylvanica Marshall’s Seedless - Marshall’s Seedless Green
Ash.
Vigorous, spreading deciduous tree with a broad oval crown.
Offers pinnate, glossy, olive-green 12” leaves that are composed of 7 - 9,
sometimes 5, ovate to lance-shaped, tapered leaflets, that turn yellow in the
fall. Matures at 45’ high by 35’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Fraxinus Pennsylvanica Patmore - Patmore Green Ash. Vigorous, spreading
deciduous tree with an oval crown. Offers pinnate, glossy, olive-green
12” leaves that are composed of 7 - 9, sometimes 5, ovate to lance-shaped,
Fraxinus Pennsylvanica Summit - Summit Green Ash. Vigorous, upright pyramidal
deciduous tree. Offers pinnate, glossy, olive-green 12” leaves that are composed
of 7 - 9, sometimes 5, ovate to lance-shaped, tapered leaflets, that turn yellow in
the fall. Matures at 45’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Fraxinus Pennsylvanica Urbanite - Urbanite Green Ash. Broad, pyramidal
deciduous tree. Has thick, leathery, lustrous dark green leaves that turn deep
bronze in the fall. Tree bark is resistant to sun scald, and the plant is seedless.
Matures at 50’ high by 40’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Fuchsia Hybrida Double Otto - Double Otto Red and Purple Hardy Fuchsia. Small,
rounded, deciduous shrub that bears large red and purple flowers. Plant matures at
24”.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Fuchsia Hybrida Peter Pan - Peter Pan Pink Hardy Fuchsia. Dwarf, trailing,
deciduous plant that bears small pink blooms. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Fuchsia Hybrida Santa Claus - Santa Claus Red and White Hardy Fuchsia. Small,
deciduous shrub that bears red and white blooms. Matures at 18”.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Gaillardia X Grandiflora Baby Cole Fiesta - Baby Cole Fiesta Blanket Flower.
(Perennial). Bushy, often short-lived perennial with inversely lance-shaped, entire
or lobed, gray to mid-green 12” leaves. Flower heads are 3” across and have
maroon disk florets and yellow-tipped, bright red ray florets, produced in early
summer to early fall. Matures
at 8” high by 6 - 8” wide. Hardy in zones 3
- 8.
Gaillardia X Grandiflora Golden Goblin - Golden Goblin Blanket Flower.
(Perennial). Bushy, often short-lived perennial with inversely lance-shaped,
entire or lobed, gray to mid-green 12” leaves. Flower heads are 3” across and
have dark yellow disk florets and deep golden yellow ray florets, produced in
early summer to early fall. Matures at 10” high by 8” wide. Hardy in zones 3
-8
Gaillardia X Grandiflora Kobold - Kobold Red Blanket Flower. (Perennial).
Bushy, often short-lived perennial with inversely lance-shaped, entire or lobed,
gray to mid-green 12” leaves. Flower heads are 3” across and have red disk florets
and rich red, yellow tipped ray florets, produced in early summer to early fall.
Matures at 12” high by 8” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8
Gaultheria Miqueliana - Compact White Berried Wintergreen. Compact, stiff-
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stemmed, evergreen shrub with ovate to obovate, rounded to acute, toothed,
dark green
net-veined below 1 ½” leaves. Short 1 - 2” racemes of
urn to bell shaped white
flowers are produced in late spring and early
summer, followed by white,
sometimes pink-flushed ½” fruit in the
fall. Matures at 12” high by 36” wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Gaultheria Procumbens - Creeping Wintergreen. Also known as
Checkerberry. Creeping, rhizomatous shrublet producing elliptic dark green
2” leaves. The evergreen leaves have a strong fragrance of wintergreen
when crushed. In summer, urn-shaped, white or pale pink ½” flowers are
produced, which are followed by aromatic ½” scarlet fruit. Matures at 6”
high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Gaultheria Shallon Salal - Salal Gaultheria. Compact, bushy, evergreen
shrub, spreading vigorously by suckers, with red shoots and broadly ovate,
sharp-pointed, bristly toothed, glossy, dark green 4” leaves. Arching 4”
racemes of broadly urn-shaped, pink-suffused white flowers are produced in
late spring and early summer. Flowers are followed by ½” purple fruit.
Matures at 4’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Gelsemium Sempervirens - Carolina Jessamine. Vigorous, slender, twining
perennial with stems that spiral counterclockwise, and oblong to narrowly
ovate, glossy 2” leaves. In spring and summer, plants bear cluster, 2 - 3”
fragrant, bright, pale to deep yellow 1 ¼” flowers that have darker, orange
throats. Matures at 10 - 20’.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Genista Lydia - Lydia (Yellow) Broom. Deciduous, domed shrub bearing
slender, arching, prickle-tipped, gray-green branches, with linear-elliptic,
blue green leaves. In early summer bears yellow ½” flowers. Matures at
24” high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Genista Pilosa - Pilosa (Yellow) Broom. Deciduous, prostrate or semi-erect
shrub, with downy, ascending branches producing inversely lance-shaped,
dark green ½” leaves. In late spring and early summer bears bright yellow
½” flowers. Matures at 16” high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Genista Pilosa Goldilocks - Goldilocks (Yellow) Broom. Deciduous, prostrate
or semi-erect shrub, with downy, ascending branches producing inversely
lance shaped, dark green ½” leaves that are silky-hairy beneath. In late
spring and early summer bears golden
yellow ½” flowers. Matures at
16” high by 36” wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Genista Pilosa Vancouver Gold - Vancouver Gold Broom. Deciduous,
spreading and mound-forming shrub, with downy, ascending branches
producing inversely lance-shaped, dark green ½” leaves. In late spring and
early summer bears bright yellow ½” flowers. Matures at 18” high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba - Maidenhair Tree. Upright deciduous tree that is columnar then
wide- spreading, with furrowed, dull gray bark. Flat, fan-shaped, mid to yellowgreen 5” leaves that are tapered into the stalks and usually lobed at the tips.
Matures at 100’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Autumn Gold - Autumn Gold Maidenhair Tree. Upright, deciduous
tree, broadly conical, symmetric in form, with furrowed, dull gray bark. Flat, fanshaped,
mid to yellow green 5” leaves that are tapered into the stalks and
usually lobed at the tips. Catkin-like, pendulous, cylindrical yellow, male 3”
flowers are borne in clusters. Round, solitary female flowers produce plum like,
yellow green 1 ¼” fruit in the fall. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Fairmont - Fairmont Maidenhair Tree. Upright, deciduous tree,
broadly conical, symmetric in form, with furrowed, dull gray bark. Flat, fanshaped, bright
green 5” leaves that are tapered into the stalks and usually
lobed at the tips. Foliage
turns yellow in the fall. Catkin-like, pendulous,
cylindrical yellow, male 3” flowers
are borne in clusters. Round, solitary
female flowers produce plum like, yellow green 1 ¼” fruit in the fall Matures at
50’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Gresham - Gresham Maidenhair Tree. Horizontal spreading
deciduous
tree, with no ascending or descending branches. Tree has furrowed,
dull gray bark.
Flat, fan-shaped, mid to yellow green 5” leaves that are
tapered into the stalks and
usually lobed at the tips. Catkin-like,
pendulous, cylindrical yellow, male 3” flowers
are borne in clusters. Round,
solitary female flowers produce plum like, yellow green
1 ¼” fruit in the
fall. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Jade Butterfly - Jade Butterfly Maidenhair Tree. Upright V shaped,
evergreen tree, with leaves growing in clumps. Tree has furrowed, dull gray bark.
Flat, fan-shaped, dark green 5” leaves that are tapered into the stalks and usually
lobed
at the tips. Catkin-like, pendulous, cylindrical yellow, male 3” flowers
are borne in clusters. Round, solitary female flowers produce plum like, yellow
green 1 ¼” fruit in the fall. Matures at 50’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones
5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Magyar - Magyar Maidenhair Tree. Upright, narrow, pyramidal,
deciduous tree, very symmetrical in form, with furrowed, dull gray bark. Flat, fanshaped, mid to yellow green 5” leaves that are tapered into the stalks and usually
lobed at the tips. Catkin-like, pendulous, cylindrical yellow, male 3” flowers are
borne in clusters.
Round, solitary female flowers produce no fruit in the fall.
Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
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deciduous tree, broadly conical, symmetric in form, with furrowed, dull gray bark.
Flat, fan-shaped, light green 5” leaves that are tapered into the stalks and usually
lobed at the tips. The leaves of the plant curl and join, forming a leaf that can hold
water. Catkin-like, pendulous, cylindrical yellow, male 3” flowers are borne in
clusters. Round, solitary female flowers plum like,
yellow green 1 ¼” fruit in the fall. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Mayfield - Mayfield Maidenhair Tree. Upright, deciduous tree,
is the narrowest of all selections, symmetric in form. A strictly fastigiate
type with short branches with furrowed, dull gray bark. Flat, fan-shaped,
mid to yellow green 5” leaves that are tapered into the stalks and usually
lobed at the tips. Catkin-like, pendulous, cylindrical yellow, male 3” flowers
are borne in clusters. Round, solitary female flowers produce no fruit.
Matures at 50’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Pendula - Weeping Maidenhair Tree. Flat topped deciduous
tree, spreading horizontally, with furrowed, dull gray bark. Flat, fan-shaped,
mid green 5” leaves that are tapered into the stalks and usually lobed at the
tips. Catkin-like, pendulous, cylindrical yellow, male 3” flowers are borne
in clusters. Round, solitary female flowers produce plum like, yellow green
1 ¼” fruit in the fall. Grows at a rate of 6 - 12” per year. A plant that is 5
years old is 3 - 4’ across. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Princeton Sentry - Princeton Sentry Maidenhair Tree.
Upright, columnar, deciduous tree, symmetric in form, with furrowed, dull
gray bark. Flat, fan-shaped, bright green 5” leaves that are tapered into the
stalks and usually lobed at the tips. Catkin-like, pendulous, cylindrical
yellow, male 3” flowers are borne in clusters. Round, solitary female
flowers produce no fruit in the fall. Matures at 50’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Saratoga - Saratoga Maidenhair Tree. Upright, deciduous tree,
broadly conical, symmetric in form, that is slow growing with dense
symmetrical branching. Plant has a distinct central leader and spreading
rounded outline, with furrowed, dull gray bark. Flat, fan-shaped, mid to
yellow green 5” leaves that are tapered into the stalks and usually lobed at
the tips. Catkin-like, pendulous, cylindrical yellow, male 3” flowers are
borne in clusters. Round, solitary female flowers produce no fruit in the fall.
Matures at 40’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Shangri La - Shangri La Maidenhair Tree. Upright, deciduous
tree, broadly conical, symmetric in form, and is very fast growing with
furrowed, dull gray bark. Flat, fan-shaped, mid to yellow green 5” leaves
that are tapered into the stalks and usually lobed at the tips. Catkin-like,
pendulous, cylindrical yellow, male 3” flowers are borne in clusters.
Round, solitary female flowers produces no fruit. Matures at 50’ high by 30’
wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Tubliformis - Tubliformis Maidenhair Tree. Upright,
Ginkgo Biloba Variegata - Variegated Maidenhair Tree. Deciduous plant is upright
with foliage that has white to cream colored variegation. Variegation is lines going
length of the leaves. Plant sometimes only has one leaf with variegation or the
whole plant is covered with variegation. We have not determined what enhances
the color. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba WB - WB Maidenhair Tree. This deciduous plant is a dwarf Witch’s
Broom. Plant is just a little ball of light green leaves. Grows 2 - 4” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ginkgo Biloba Windover Gold - Windover Gold Maidenhair Tree. Broadly
pyramidal to oval, deciduous tree and is very fast growing with furrowed, dull
gray bark. Unusual, fan-shaped, bright green 5” leaves that are tapered into the
stalks and usually lobed at
the tips. Catkin-like, pendulous, cylindrical
yellow, male 3” flowers are borne in clusters. Round, solitary female flowers
produces no fruit. Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Gleditsia Inermis Halka - Halka Honeylocust. Strong growing, large oval-rounded
to round headed deciduous tree. This plant offers greater fullness and less
pendulous branching than the typical form. This variety is essentially fruitless.
Matures at 40’ high by 40’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Gleditsia Inermis Imperial - Imperial Honeylocust. Wide-spreading deciduous tree
with rounded, bright green leaves and a few seed pods. The graceful, spreading
branches are at right angles to the main trunk. Matures at 30’ high by 35’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Gleditsia Inermis Shademaster - Shademaster Honeylocust. Strong growing,
spreading, deciduous tree with more upright branches and is nearly pod less.
Glossy, dark green 10” leaves, which are pinnate, with 14 - 24 leaflets, or 2pinnate, with 4 - 16 pairs of oblong-lance-shaped leaflets. Foliage turns yellow in
the fall. Matures at 45’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Gleditsia Inermis Skyline - Skyline Thornless Honeylocust. Compact and broadly
conical, pyramidal deciduous tree with ascending upper branches. Dark green
leaves, turning golden yellow in the fall. Matures at 45’ high by 35’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
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Gleditsia Inermis Sunburst - Sunburst Golden Honeylocust. Fast-growing and
broadly conical, deciduous tree with spreading, thorn less branches, and
golden yellow young foliage, pale green at maturity, yellow in the fall.
Does not fruit. Matures at 40’
high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones
3 - 7.
Glyceria Maxima Variegata - Variegated Manna Grass. (Aquatic, Ornamental
Grass) Aquatic, rhizomatous, perennial grass, producing narrowly strapshaped, keeled,
cream, green and white striped foliage. Panicles of
green to purplish green 18” spikelets are borne in mid and late summer.
Matures at 32” high by indefinite width.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Grass Ornamental Assorted - Assorted Ornamental Grass. Different
ornamental grasses selected for hardiness in your area.
Gymnocladus Dioicus - Kentucky Coffeetree. Spreading, deciduous tree with
large, 2-pinnate leaves that are 3’ long and divided into 8 - 14 ovate, softly
hairy, dark green leaflets. The foliage is pink tinged when young and turns
to yellow in the fall. Large panicles of small, star-shaped, greenish white or
creamy white flowers that are borne in early summer. Matures at 70’ high
by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Gypsophila Paniculata Pink Fairy - Pink Fairy Baby’s Breath. (Perennial).
Tap-rooted herbaceous perennial with branching stems forming an airy
mound of linear-lance-shaped, usually hairless, glaucous 2 - 3” leaves. In
mid and late summer, bears numerous loose, many-flowered panicles of
shallowly trumpet-shaped pink 3/8” flowers. Matures at 4’ high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Hakonechloa Macra - Japanese Forest Grass (Ornamental Grass). Perennial
grass, spreading slowly to form mounds of arching, linear 10” leaves.
Leaves are mid green and become bronze in the fall. Bears needle-like, pale
green spikelets in open 7” panicles. Matures at 14” high by 16” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
spikelets in open 7” panicles. Matures at 14” high by 16” wide.
in zones 5 - 9.
Hardy
Halesia Carolina - Carolina Silverbell. Spreading, deciduous tree or shrub with ovate
to elliptic, minutely toothed, mid-green 6” leaves that turn yellow in autumn.
Axillary clusters of 2 - 6 pendent, bell-shaped ¾” white flowers. The flowers
hang in profusion from the branches in late spring, just before leaves emerge.
Matures at 25’ high by 30’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Halesia Monticola - Mountain Silverbell. Vigorous, usually conical deciduous tree
with ovate, tapered, downy, mid-green 8” leaves that become hairless with age and
turn yellow in the fall. Axillary clusters of 2 - 5 bell-shaped white 1” flowers are
borne in the late spring, before or with the foliage. Matures at 40’ high by 25’
wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hamamelis Mollis - Chinese Yellow Witchhazel. Erect, deciduous shrub with broadly
oval to obovate, softly hairy, mid-green 6” leaves turning yellow in autumn. Very
fragrant golden yellow flowers are borne on bare branches in mid and late winter.
Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hamamelis Mollis Goldcrest - Goldcrest Witchhazel. Erect deciduous shrub with
broadly oval to obovate, mid-green 6” leaves that turn yellow in autumn. Very
fragrant, large, golden yellow flowers, flushed red at the base of the petals.
Flowers from midwinter to spring. Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hamamelis Mollis Pallida - Pallida Yellow Chinese Witchhazel. Vase shaped,
deciduous shrub with ascending branches and broadly oval to obovate, bright
green 6” leaves turning orange to yellow and red in the fall. In mid and late
winter, bears fragrant, large sulfur yellow flowers , with crimped petals on the bare
branches. Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hamamelis Vernalis - Vernal Yellow-Orange Witchhazel. Erect shrub with obovate,
mid-green 5” leaves. Foliage turns yellow in the fall. Bears small, yellow to
orange, sometimes red tinged flowers on bare shoots in late winter and early
spring. Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Hakonechloa Macra Albo Striata - White Striped Japanese Forest Grass.
(Ornamental Grass). Perennial grass, spreading slowly to form mounds of
arching, linear 10” leaves. Leaves are mid green and become bronze in the
fall. Bears needle-like, pale green spikelets in open 7” panicles. Matures at
14” high by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hamamelis Virginiana - Common Yellow Witchhazel. Erect shrub with broadly
oval, obovate, or nearly rounded 6” leaves that turn yellow in the fall. Small
yellow flowers
are borne in fall, before the leaves begin to fall. Matures at 12’
high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hakonechloa Macra Aureola - Gold Variegated Japanese Forest Grass.
(Ornamental Grass). Perennial grass, spreading slowly to form mounds of
arching, linear 10” leaves. Leaves are bright yellow with narrow green
stripes, becoming red-flushed in autumn. Bears needle-like, pale green
Hamamelis X Intermedia Arnolds Promise - Arnolds Promise Yellow Witchhazel.
Vase shaped, deciduous shrub with ascending branches and broadly oval to
obovate, bright green 6” leaves turning yellow in the fall. In mid and late winter,
bears fragrant, large yellow flowers, with crimped petals on the bare branches.
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Matures at 12’ high by 12’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hamamelis X Intermedia Barmstedt Gold - Barmstedt Gold Witchhazel.
Vase shaped, deciduous shrub with ascending branches and broadly oval to
obovate, bright green 6” leaves turning orange to yellow and red in the fall.
In mid and late winter, bears fragrant, golden yellow flowers, with crimped
petals on the bare branches. Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Branchy Ann - Branchy Ann Purple Scotch Heather
(Summer / Fall). Evergreen shrub that is compact and semi-prostrate, offering
single, rich purple bell shaped flowers. Matures at 18” high by 24” wide. Hardy
in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Con Brio - Con Brio Ruby Red Scotch Heather (Summer
/ Fall). Yellowish green, evergreen foliage in summer turning bronze red in the
winter. Flowers are ruby red and appear August to September. Matures at 14”
high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Hamamelis X Intermedia Diane - Diane Red Witchhazel. Vase shaped,
deciduous subshrub with ascending branches and broadly oval to obovate,
bright green 6” leaves turning orange to yellow and red in the fall. In mid
and late winter, bears fragrant, dark red flowers, with crimped petals on the
bare branches. Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris County Wicklow - County Wicklow Scotch Heather
(Summer / Fall). A compact and semi-prostrate evergreen with mid-green leaves.
Offers large, double pale pink flowers in long racemes. Matures at 10” high by
14” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Hamamelis X Intermedia Fire Charm - Fire Charm Red Witchhazel. Vase
shaped, deciduous shrub with ascending branches and broadly oval to
obovate, bright green 6” leaves turning orange to yellow and red in the fall.
In mid and late winter, bears fragrant, orange-red flowers, with crimped
petals on the bare branches. Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Dainty Bess - Dainty Bess Mauve Dwarf Scotch Heather
(Summer / Fall). Dwarf, prostrate, evergreen grower with grayish green foliage.
Stems fat with leaves. Flowers are mauve. Matures at 4” high by 12” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Dark Beauty - Dark Beauty Christmas Red Scotch
Heather (Summer / Fall). Dark, forest green, evergreen foliage. Stems fat with
leaves. The flowers are Christmas red. Matures at 8” with a spread of 12”. Hardy
in zones 4 - 7.
Hamamelis X Intermedia Firecracker - Firecracker Red Witchhazel. Vase
shaped, deciduous shrub with ascending branches and broadly oval to
obovate, bright green 6” leaves turning orange to yellow and red in the fall.
In mid and late winter, bears fragrant, red flowers, with crimped petals on
the bare branches. Matures at 12’ high by 12’wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hamamelis X Intermedia Jelena - Jelena Orange Witchhazel. Vase-shaped
deciduous shrub with ascending branches and broadly oval to obovate,
bright green 6” leaves. The foliage turns orange and red in the fall. Blooms
large, coppery orange flowers in early and midwinter. Matures at 12’ high
by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Heather Calluna Assorted - Assorted Heather Summer / Fall Blooming. A
selection will be made from the following varieties that are best suited for
your area. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Allegro - Allegro Red Summer Scotch Heather
(Summer / Fall). Variable, compact erect, evergreen shrub with green to
gray, hairless or hairy 1/16 - 1/8” leaves. Bell shaped or tubular 1/8” rubyred flowers are borne on medium racemes from midsummer to late autumn.
Matures at 20” high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Else Frye - Else Frye White Scotch Heather (Summer /
Fall). Variable, prostrate to erect, evergreen shrub with green to gray, hairless or
hairy 1/16 - 1/8” leaves. Bell shaped or tubular 1/8” flowers are borne in short to
long racemes from midsummer to late autumn. Matures at 4 - 24” high by 30”
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Finale - Finale Amethyst Scotch Heather (Summer /
Fall). Dark green, spreading, evergreen foliage. Flowers are Amethyst colored
and bloom between October and November. Matures at 1 ½’ high by 1 ½’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Flamingo - Flamingo Lavender Scotch Heather.
(Summer / Fall). Semi-prostrate evergreen shrub that has salmon-pink colored
new foliage growth in early spring. Bears single, lavender blooms during the
summer. Matures at 12” high by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Foxii Nana - Foxii Nana Mauve Dwarf Scotch Heather
(Summer / Fall). A dwarf, evergreen heather that looks like a mossy rock.
Completely compact with inconspicuous mauve flowers. Mounding and grows ¼
- ½” per year. Matures at 6” high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
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Heather Calluna Vulgaris Gerda - Gerda Salmon-Red Scotch Heather
(Summer / Fall). A prostrate dwarf evergreen variety. Spring foliage is
light green with red-brown new growth. Summer foliage is bronze gold
deepening to salmon-red in winter with sparse mauve flowers between
August and September. Matures at 4” high by 16” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Golden Carpet - Golden Carpet Mauve Dwarf
Scotch Heather (Summer / Fall). A prostrate, dwarf evergreen. Foliage is
gold, turning reddish orange in the winter. Matures at 6” high by 16” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Hammondii Aureafolia - Hammond Aureafolia
White Scotch Heather (Summer / Fall). White flowers on light green
evergreen foliage with
yellow tips in spring and early summer.
Flowers bloom August through October.
Matures at 1’ tall by 1’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris H. E. Beale - H. E. Beale Double Shell Pink Scotch
Heather (Summer / Fall). Dark green, evergreen foliage turning a drab
green-brown in winter. Blooms are long tapering racemes of double shell
pink. Blooms August through November. Matures at 12” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Juno - Juno Mauve Scotch Heather. A low
growing, mounding, evergreen shrub. Offers blooms from July through
September with mauve colored flowers that occur at the branch tips.
Matures at 12” high by 15” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Kinlochruel - Kinlochruel Double White Scotch
Heather (Summer / Fall). Pure white double flowers on bright green
evergreen foliage. Blooms August and September. Foliage bronzing in the
winter. Matures at 11” high by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Nana Compacta - Nana Compacta Lavender
Scotch Heather (Summer / Fall). This is one of the small cushion Callunas.
Bright green, evergreen foliage with tiny racemes of pale lavender flowers.
Blooms August and September. Matures at 6” high by 14” wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Mrs.. Beals - Mrs.. Beals Double Pink Scotch
Heather (Summer / Fall). Variable, prostrate to erect, evergreen shrub with
green to gray, hairless or hairy 1/6 - 1/8” leaves. Bell shaped or tubular 1/8”
flowers are borne in short to long racemes
from midsummer to late
autumn. Matures at 4 - 24” high by 30” wide.
Hardy in
zones 3 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Peter Sparkes - Peter Sparkes Scotch Heather.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Robert Chapman - Robert Chapman Pink Scotch
Heather (Summer / Fall). Variable, prostrate, evergreen shrub with hairless or
hairy 1/16 1/8” gold leaves in summer that turn red in winter and
spring. Bell shaped or
tubular pink, 1/8” flowers are borne in medium
racemes from midsummer to late
autumn. Matures at 10” high by 26”
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Spring Cream - Spring Cream White Scotch Heather
(Summer / Fall). Variable, compact, prostrate, evergreen shrub with mid-green,
hairless or hairy 1/16 - 1/8” leaves that are cream tipped in spring. Bell shaped or
tubular 1/8” white flowers are borne in short racemes from midsummer
to late autumn. Matures at 14” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Heather Calluna Vulgaris Tib - Tib Lavender Scotch Heather (Summer / Fall).
Variable,
prostrate to erect, evergreen shrub with green to gray, hairless or
hairy 1/16 - 1/8” leaves. Lavender bell shaped or tubular 1/8” double flowers
are borne on long
racemes from midsummer to late autumn. Matures at 4 24” high by 30” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Heather Daboecia Cantabrica Irish Bell - Irish Bell Purple Heather (Summer /
Fall). Prostrate to erect, evergreen shrub with lance-shaped to oval ¼ - ½” leaves
that
are dark green and lustrous above, densely silver-hairy beneath.
Bears ovoid-urn-shaped, pinkish purple ½” flowers, borne on 4” racemes from
early summer to mid-autumn. Matures at 10 - 16” high by 26” wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 8.
Heather Erica Assorted - Assorted Erica Heather (Winter / Summer). A selection
will be made from the following list, based on the varieties that will do best in
your area.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Heather Erica Arthur Johnson - Arthur Johnson Pink Heather (Winter / Spring).
Prostrate to erect, evergreen shrub that has mid-green leaves and medium
racemes of purple- pink flowers. Matures at 12 - 16” high by 24” wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Heather Erica Carnea King George - King George Pink Heather (Winter / Spring).
Low, spreading, evergreen shrub with linear, dark green leaves. Bears one-sided
3” racemes of narrowly urn-shaped, pink ¼” flowers in late winter and early
spring. Matures at 8 - 10” high by 10” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Carnea Springwood Pink - Springwood Pink Heather (Winter /
Spring). Low, spreading evergreen shrub with linear, dark green leaves. Bears
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white flowers from Nov. - May. Matures at 12” high by 20” wide. Hardy in
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one-sided 3” racemes of narrowly urn-shaped, pink flowers that turn deeper
pink with age. Matures at 8 - 10” high by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Carnea Springwood White - Springwood White Heather
(Winter / Spring). Low, spreading evergreen shrub with linear, bright green
leaves. Bears one-sided 3” racemes of narrowly urn-shaped, white flowers
that are borne in mass. Matures at 8 - 10” high by 16” wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Myretoun Ruby - Myretoun Ruby Red Heather (Summer / Fall ).
Dark green, evergreen foliage with blooms that open heliotrope and deepen
through magenta to crimson. One of the best reds for a Carnea. Matures at 6” high
by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Patricia - Patricia Heather (Summer).
Heather Erica Cinerea C D Eason - C D Eason Magenta Heather ( Winter /
Spring ). Compact, evergreen shrub with usually linear, strongly rolledback, dark bottle-green leaves. Urn-shaped, bright magenta ¼” flowers
borne on 2” racemes. Matures at 10” high by 20” wide. Hardy in zones 6 8.
Heather Erica Darleyensis Ghost Hills - Ghost Hills Pink Heather ( Winter /
Spring ). Bushy, evergreen shrub with lance-shaped, light green leaves
tipped cream in spring.
In late winter and early spring, bears 4”
racemes of urn-shaped to cylindrical, pink ¼” flowers. Matures at 12” high
by 32” wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Heather Erica December Red - December Red Heather (Winter / Spring ).
Low,
spreading, evergreen shrub with linear, dark green leaves. Bears
one-sided 3” racemes of narrowly urn-shaped pink to deep purplish pink
¼ - 3/8” flowers. Flowers are borne in late winter and early spring.
Matures at 8 - 10” high by 22” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Erigena Brightness - Brightness Pink Heather (Winter / Spring
). Upright, evergreen shrub with brittle stems and linear, purple-green
leaves during winter and turning glaucous green in the summer. From
winter to spring, produces lilac-pink, urn-shaped ¼” flowers. Matures at 20”
high by 20” wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Heather Erica Furzey - Furzey Pink Heather (Winter / Spring ). Bushy,
spreading shrub that is vigorous growing. It has dark green foliage and
offers deep rose-pink flowers from Dec.- April. Matures at 14 - 18” tall x
24” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Heather Erica Mediterranean Pink - Mediterranean Pink Heather (Winter /
Spring ). Bushy, low growing, evergreen shrub. A tough hardy plant that
takes both heat and cold surprisingly well. Foliage is medium green. Offers
light rosy pink flowers from Nov. - May. Maturing at 12” high by 20”
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Heather Erica Mediterranean White - Mediterranean White Heather (Winter
/ Spring ). Bushy, low growing, evergreen shrub. A tough, hardy plant that
takes both heat and cold surprisingly well. Foliage is medium green. Offers
Heather Erica Pink Spangler - Pink Spangler Heather (Summer / Fall ). A medium
green, vigorous, evergreen spreader. Blooms are shell pink deepening with age.
Blooms from January to May. Best pink Carnea. Matures at 6” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Purple Bell - Purple Bell Heather (Summer / Fall ). A medium green,
evergreen foliage with a vigorous habit. Blooms are glowing amethyst in July and
August. Outstanding show of color for summer. Matures at 6” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Sherwood Red - Sherwood Red Heather (Winter / Spring ). Low,
spreading, evergreen shrub with linear, dark green leaves. Bears one-sided 3”
racemes of narrowly urn-shaped deep purplish pink ¼ - 3/8” flowers. Flowers
are borne in late winter and early spring. Matures at 8 - 10” high by 22” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Silver Knight - Silver Knight Pale Lavender Heather (Summer / Fall
). A medium green, evergreen with woolly silver foliage. Offers lavender flowers
from Aug. - Sept. Matures at 16” high by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Spring Torch - Spring Torch Pink Heather (Summer / Fall ). A
medium green, erect, evergreen foliage with reddish tips. Offers mauve flowers
from Aug. - Oct. Matures at 18 - 20” high by 24 - 28” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Vagans Mrs.. Maxwell - Mrs.. Maxwell Pink Heather (Summer / Fall
). Vigorous, spreading, evergreen shrub with decumbent to ascending stems and
linear, dark green leaves. Bears deep rose-pink bell shaped 1/8” flowers from
midsummer to mid-autumn. Matures at 12” high by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 7 9.
Heather Erica Velvet Night - Velvet Night Heather ( Summer / Fall ). Low,
spreading evergreen shrub with linear, dark green leaves. Bears one-sided 3”
racemes of narrowly urn-shaped, deep burgundy flowers that are borne in mass.
Matures at 8 - 10” high by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica Vivelli - Vivelli Red Heather (Winter / Spring ). Low, spreading
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evergreen shrub with linear, bronze leaves. Bears one-sided 3” racemes of
narrowly urn-shaped, purplish pink flowers that are borne in mass. Matures
at 8 - 10” high by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Heather Erica X Watsonii Dawn - Dawn Pink Heather (Summer / Fall ).
Compact, spreading, evergreen shrub with linear, red spring growth that
turns golden-green. In summer, produces dense racemes of ½” deep pink
flowers. Matures at 8” high by 34” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Hebe Autumn Glory - Autumn Glory Lavender / Blue Hebe. Erect then
spreading, evergreen shrub with bronze shoots and broadly elliptic to
obovate, dark green 1” leaves with red margins. Small, dark purple-blue
flowers, with white tubes, open in dense
axillary and terminal,
sometimes branched 1 ¼ - 1 ¾” racemes from midsummer to
early
winter. Matures at 24” high by 36” wide. Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Hebe Blue Mist - Blue Mist Hebe. Erect then spreading, evergreen shrub.
Offers beautiful light blue flowers during late spring and early summer.
Plant has dark green foliage. Moderate growth rate to 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Hebe Buxifolia - Boxleaf White Hebe. Bushy shrub with upright shoots and
elliptic-ovate, glossy, dark green ½ - ¾” leaves. In early and midsummer,
bears small to medium-sized white flowers in dense, terminal ½ - ¾”
racemes. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Hebe Buxifolia Nana - Dwarf Boxleaf White Hebe. Bushy shrub with upright
shoots and elliptic-ovate, glossy, dark green ½ - ¾” leaves. In early and
midsummer, bears small to medium-sized white flowers in dense, terminal ½
- ¾” racemes. Matures at 2’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Hebe Buxifolia Patty’s Purple - Patty’s Purple Boxleaf Hebe. Spreading,
mound-forming shrub with wine-red stems and densely ranked, elliptic, dark
green ½” leaves. In spring and summer, bears terminal 2” racemes of small
purple flowers, fading to near white. Matures at 24” high by 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Hebe Glauca - Bluish-Green White Hebe. Bushy shrub with upright shoots and
elliptic-ovate, glossy blue-green ½ - ¾” leaves. In early and mid summer,
bears small to medium-sized white flowers in dense, ½ - ¾” terminal
racemes. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Hedera Helix - English Ivy. Vigorous variable, self-clinging climber or trailing
perennial with 3 to 5 lobed, broadly ovate to triangular, glossy, dark green 1 ½ 2 ½” leaves. Hardy in zones 5 - 10.
Hedera Helix Hahn’s - Hahn’s Self-branching English Ivy. Vigorous variable, selfclinging climber or trailing perennial that are heart-shaped at the bases, with 5
pointed lobes, broadly ovate to triangular, glossy, mid-green 1 - 1 ½” leaves.
Hardy in zones 5 - 10.
Hedera Helix Poetica Arborea - Poetica Italian Ivy. Large, 5-lobed to entire, shiny
mid-green leaves. It is often grown as a bush ivy, since it bears distinctive,
orange-yellow fruit. Fruit is borne even on comparatively young plants. Plant
matures at 5’. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Helictotrichon Sempervirens - Blue Oat Grass (Ornamental Grass). Densely tufted,
evergreen, perennial grass, forming a hemispherical mound of flat or tightly rolled,
linear, gray-blue 9” leaves. In early and midsummer, stiff, upright stems bear
glistening, straw-colored, purple-marked spikelets in open 7” panicles nodding at
the tips. Matures at 4 ½’ high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Heliopsis Helianthoides Scabra - Summer Sun Heliopsis Perennial. Clump-forming
perennial with ovate to lance-shaped, toothed, coarsely hairy, 3-veined, mid-green
6” leaves. Bears 1 - 4 long-stalked, single to double 1½ - 3” flowerheads, that
have yellow florets and disk florets, borne on branched stems from midsummer
to early autumn. Matures at 3’ high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Hemerocallis Hybrid Assorted - Assorted Hybrid Daylilies. An selection will be
made based on the varieties that will do best in your area.
Hardy in zones 3 - 10.
Hemerocallis Dwarf Pink - Dwarf Pink Daylilies (Perennial). Semi-evergreen diploid
with strong, well-branched scapes. Early in the season, bears remontant, bright
pink 6” flowers with flat, rounded, somewhat ruffled tepals and green throats.
Matures at 10” high. Hardy in zones 3 - 10.
Hemerocallis Dwarf Red - Dwarf Red Daylilies (Perennial). Semi-evergreen diploid
with strong, well-branched scapes. Early in the season, bears remontant, bright red
6” flowers. with flat, rounded, somewhat ruffled tepals and yellow-green throats.
Matures at 10” high. Hardy in zones 3 - 10.
Hemerocallis Hybrid Cranberry Baby - Cranberry Baby Daylilies (Perennial).
Hebe Glaucophylla - Glaucophylla Compact Lilac Hebe. Rounded shrub with
slender shoots and lance-shaped gray-green 3/8 - 1/2” leaves. Bears large
pale lilac-blue flowers in short, terminal ¾ - 1 ¼” racemes. Matures at 3’
high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Hemerocallis Hybrid Eenie Allegro - Eenie Allegro Daylilies (Perennial).
Hemerocallis Hybrid Grapette - Grapette Daylilies (Perennial).
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cream flowers with red anthers, which give them a salmon-pink appearance.
Flowers are followed by rose-pink seed heads. Matures at 18 -24” high by 18 - 24”
wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Hemerocallis Hybrid Hyperion - Hyperion Yellow Daylilies (Perennial).
Dormant diploid with narrow leaves. Nocturnal, triangular to star-shaped,
fragrant, lemon-yellow 4” flowers that are borne on slender scapes during
mid-season. Matures at 36”.
Hardy in zones 3 - 10.
Hemerocallis Hybrid Little Business - Little Business Strawberry-Crimson
Daylilies (Perennial). Compact, free-flowering, semi-evergreen diploid with
abundant mounded leaves. Sturdy scapes bear remontant, triangular,
strawberry-crimson 3” flowers. Flowers have velvety tepals and yellowgreen throats in mid and late season. Matures at 16” high. Hardy in zones
3 - 10.
Hemerocallis Hybrid Lullaby Baby - Lullaby Baby Ice Pink Daylilies.
(Perennial). Semi-evergreen diploid with branched scapes. In mid and late
season, bears nocturnal, circular, ice pink 3 1/2” flowers that have green
throats. Matures at 18” high.
Hardy in zones 3 - 10.
Hemerocallis Hybrid Mary Todd - Mary Todd Yellow Daylilies (Perennial).
Summer blooming, tetraploid perennial that has large ruffled yellow flowers.
Offers an abundance of blooms. Matures at 24 -30” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 -10.
Hemerocallis Hybrid Texas Sunlight - Texas Sunlight Gold Daylilies
(Perennial). Dormant diploid with sturdy, well-branched scapes bearing full,
slightly triangular shaped, 2 1/2” gold flowers that have a slight ruffling.
Flowers are borne during mid-season. Matures at 28” high. Hardy in zones
3 - 10.
Hemerocallis Siloam Baby Talk - Baby Talk Daylilies (Perennial).
Heuchera Sanguinea Bressingham - Bressingham Red-White Coral Bells
(Perennial). Mat or clump-forming perennial with rounded to kidney-shaped,
shallowly lobed, toothed, glandular-hairy, dark green ¾ - 3” leaves marbled with
pale green. In summer, bears large, tubular, red, rarely pink or white flowers in
open 6” panicles. Matures at 12” high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Heuchera Sanquinea Firesprite - Firesprite Rose-Red Coral Bells (Perennial). Mat
or clump-forming perennial with rounded to kidney-shaped, shallowly lobed,
toothed, glandular-hairy, dark green 3/4 - 3” leaves that are marbled with pale
green. Bears large, tubular, bright, rose-red flowers on stiff stems in the summer.
Matures at 20” high by 20” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Heuchera Sanquinea Spendens - Spendens Red Coral Bells (Perennial). Mat or
clump-forming perennial with rounded to kidney-shaped, shallowly lobed,
toothed, glandular-hairy, dark green ¾ - 3” leaves marbled with pale green. In late
spring to midsummer, bears large, tubular, bright scarlet-red flowers in open 6”
panicles. Matures at 12” high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Heuchera Sanquinea White Cloud - White Cloud White Coral Bells ( Perennial).
Mat or clump-forming perennial with green leaves that have silver-white mottling.
Bears profuse white flowers in late spring. Matures at 18”.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hibiscus Ardens Hybrid - Ardens Hybrid Purple Hibiscus. Erect, deciduous shrub
with ovate to diamond- shaped, dark green 4” leaves. Offers 2 ½” purple flowers
from late summer to mid autumn. Matures at 10’ high x 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hemerocallis Siloam Dream Baby - Dream Baby Daylilies (Perennial).
Hemerocallis Stella de Oro’ - Stella de Oro Yellow Daylilies (Perennial).
Vigorous, free-flowering, dormant diploid bearing remontant, circular,
bright yellow 2 ½” flowers on slender scapes in early season. Matures at
12” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 10.
Heuchera Assorted - Assorted Coral Bells (Perennial). A selection will be
made based on the varieties that do best in your area. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Heuchera Micrantha Palace Purple - Palace Purple Coral Bells ( Perennial ).
Mound or clump forming perennial has large, jagged, glistening, almost
metallic, bronze-red 6” leaves. Bears loose panicles of numerous greenish
Hibiscus Blushing Bride - Blushing Bride Pink Hibiscus. Upright deciduous shrub or
small tree with bright green leaves. Offers red-purple flowers in the summer.
Matures at 8 - 12’ tall x 6 - 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hibiscus Collie Mullens - Collie Mullens Purple Rose of Sharon. Deciduous large
shrub or small tree with bright green leaves. In summer, offers double, purplish
lavender flowers. Matures at 10-12’. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hibiscus Moscheutos Southern Belle Assorted - Rose Mallow Hardy Hibiscus
(Perennial). Strong growing, woody-based perennial with erect stems. Produces
broadly ovate to lance shaped 3 - 9” mid-green leaves. Widely funnel shaped 10”
flowers are deep rose, red, pink or white. Maturing at 4’. Hardy in zones 5 -10.
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coarsely toothed, dark green 4” leaves. Large, trumpet-shaped, white flowers with
dark red centers produced from late summer to mid-autumn. Matures at 10’ high
by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hibiscus Syriacus Assorted - Assorted Rose of Sharon. A selection will be
made from the varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hibiscus Syriacus Aphrodite - Aphrodite Rose of Sharon. Erect, deciduous
shrub with ovate to diamond shaped, shallowly to palmately 3-lobed,
coarsely toothed, dark green 4” leaves. Large, trumpet-shaped, deep rosepink flowers with dark red centers produced from late summer to midautumn. Matures at 10’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hibiscus Syriacus Blue Bird - Blue Bird Rose of Sharon. Erect, deciduous
shrub with ovate to diamond shaped, shallowly to palmately 3-lobed,
coarsely toothed, dark green 4” leaves. Large, trumpet-shaped, bright blue
3” flowers with small red centers produced from late summer to midautumn. Matures at 10’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hibiscus Syriacus Diana - Diana Rose of Sharon. Erect, deciduous shrub with
ovate to diamond shaped, shallowly to palmately 3-lobed, coarsely toothed,
dark green 4” leaves. Large, trumpet-shaped, white 5” flowers with wavy
margined petals produced from late summer to mid-autumn. Matures at 10’
high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hibiscus Syriacus Double Purple - Double Purple Rose of Sharon. Erect
deciduous shrub with ovate to diamond shaped, shallowly to palmately 3lobed, coarsely toothed, dark green 4” leaves. Double, Purple 3” flowers are
produced from late summer to mid-autumn. Matures at 10’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hibiscus Syriacus Jean D Arc - Jean D Arc White Rose of Sharon.
Hibiscus Syriacus Lucy - Lucy Rose of Sharon.
Hibiscus Syriacus Minerva - Minerva Lavender Rose of Sharon. Erect
deciduous shrub with ovate to diamond shaped, shallowly to palmately 3lobed, coarsely toothed, dark green 4” leaves. This plant is low branched
and bears many pink-tinged, lavender 4 - 5” flowers that have dark red
centers, from summer to autumn. Matures at 8’ high by 7’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hibiscus Syriacus Sky Blue - Sky Blue Rose of Sharon. Erect, deciduous shrub
with ovate to diamond shaped, shallowly to palmately 3-lobed, coarsely
toothed, dark green 4” leaves. Large, trumpet-shaped, sky blue flowers
produced from late summer to mid-autumn. Matures at 10’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hibiscus Syriacus Red Heart - Red Heart Rose of Sharon. Erect, deciduous
shrub with ovate to diamond shaped, shallowly to palmately 3-lobed,
Hibiscus Syriacus Woodbridge - Woodbridge Pink Rose of Sharon. Erect,
deciduous shrub with ovate to diamond shaped, shallowly to palmately 3-lobed,
coarsely toothed, dark green 4” leaves. Large, trumpet-shaped, rich pink 4”
flowers with dark pink centers produced from late summer to mid-autumn.
Matures at 10’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Holodiscus Discolor - Ocean Spray. Vigorous, upright deciduous shrub with arching
branches. Has broadly ovate, shallowly to deeply 4 - 8 lobe, gray-green 3” leaves
that are white-hairy beneath. Tiny, cup-shaped, creamy-white flowers are borne in
large, pendent, plume-like 12” panicles during midsummer. Matures at 12’ tall by
12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hosta Fortunei Albopicta - Albopicta Hosta (Perennial). Vigorous, clump forming
perennial, that produces narrowly heart-shaped, thin, creamy yellow 8 - 10”
leaves. Irregularly margined dark green, fading slowly to dull mid-green. In
midsummer, leafy 32” scapes, bear funnel shaped mauve flowers. Matures at 22”
high by 36” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Fortunei Aureomarginata - Aureomarginata Hosta (Perennial). Vigorous,
clump forming perennial with ovate to heart-shaped, leathery, distinctly veined,
deep olive green 8 - 10” leaves that are irregularly margined yellow. The
flowers are borne
freely on scapes 34” long in summer. Tolerates sun or
partial shade. Matures
at 22” high by 36” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Hybrid Francee - Francee Plantain Lily Hosta (Perennial). Vigorous, clump
forming perennial producing ovate to heart shaped, slightly cupped, puckered,
olive green 7” leaves that have white margins. Arching, leafy 30” scapes, bear
funnel-shaped, lavender-blue flowers in summer. Matures at 22” high by 36” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Hybrid Gold Standard - Gold Standard Hosta (Perennial). Clump forming
perennial with ovate to heart shaped green yellow 7” leaves that fade through
yellow to cream, with narrowly and irregularly margined dark green. In
midsummer, funnel shaped lavender-blue flowers are borne on 3 ½’ scapes.
Matures 26” high by 36” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Hybrid Golden Tiara - Golden Tiara Hosta (Perennial). Vigorous perennial
forming a mound of ovate to heart-shaped, mid-green 4” leaves. Leaves are
irregularly margined with yellow. In summer 24” scapes bear bell-shaped, deep
purple, sometimes remontant flowers, striped lavender-purple. Matures at 12”
high by 20” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
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Hosta Hybrid Patriot - Patriot Hosta (Perennial). Vigorous, clump-forming
perennial with ovate to heart-shaped, slightly cupped, puckered, olive-green
8” leaves. Foliage is widely and irregularly margined white, and with graygreen splashes. In summer, bears funnel-shaped, lavender-blue flowers on
leafy 30” scapes. Matures at 22” high by 36” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Royal Standard - Royal Standard Hosta (Perennial). Vigorous, clump
forming perennial with ovate to heart shaped, ribbed, glossy, bright pale
green 8” leaves. Funnel shaped, fragrant white 1 - 3” borne on leafy 36”
scapes in late summer. Tolerates sun or partial shade. Matures at 24” high
by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Blue Wedgewood - Blue Wedgewood Hosta (Perennial). Clump forming
perennial with ovate to lance shaped pointed, wavy, glaucous, gray-blue 6”
leaves that are dimpled when mature. Bell shaped pale lavender-blue
flowers are borne on glaucous 16” scapes in midsummer. Matures at 10”
high by 22” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Sieboldiana - Sieboldiana Hosta (Perennial). Imposing, clump-forming
perennial with ovate-heart-shaped to rounded, cupped, puckered, thick 10 20” leaves. Foliage is glaucous, gray-green to blue above, paler, sometimes
glaucous beneath. In early summer, leafy, glaucous 36” scapes bear bell
shaped, pale lilac-gray flowers, fading to lilac-tinted white or pure white.
Matures at 36” high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Sieboldiana Elegans - Elegans Hosta (Perennial). Clump forming
perennial with rounded heart shaped heavily deeply puckered, very thickly
glaucous, gray-blue 8 - 12” leaves. In early summer, leafy, glaucous 36”
scapes bear bell shaped, pale lilac gray flowers, fading to lilac tinted white
or pure white. Matures at 36” high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Sieboldiana Francis Williams - Francis Williams Hosta (Perennial).
Clump-forming perennial producing heart-shaped, cupped, very puckered,
thick, glaucous, blue-green 8” leaves that have wide, irregular green-yellow
margins. In early summer, bears bell-shaped, grayish white flowers on
glaucous 26” scapes. Matures at 24” high by 36” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Undulata - Mediovariegata Hosta (Perennial). Clump forming perennial
with twisted, lance-shaped to elliptic or narrowly ovate, slightly pointed, 5 7” mid-green leaves. Leaves are thin and strongly wavy-margined, with
central white or pale yellow-white markings. Arching, leafy white 20 - 32”
scapes bear funnel-shaped mauve flowers in early and midsummer. Matures
at 36” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Hosta Undulata Albomarginata - Albomarginata Hosta (Perennial). Clump forming
perennial with broadly ovate, flat or only slightly wavy-margined leaves, dark
green with irregular cream or pale yellow margins. Arching, leafy white scapes
that are 22” long, bear funnel-shaped mauve flowers in early and midsummer.
Matures at 22” high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Hosta Undulata Mediovariegata - Mediovariegata Hosta (Perennial). Clump
forming perennial with twisted, lance-shaped to elliptic or narrowly ovate, slightly
pointed, mid-green 5 - 7” leaves. Leaves are thin, and strongly wavy-margined
with central white or pale yellow-white markings. Arching, leafy white scapes,
20-32 in long, bear funnel-shaped mauve flowers in early and midsummer.
Matures at 36” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Hosta Zager White Edge - Zager White Edge Hosta (Perennial).
Hydrangea Anomala Petriolaris - White Climbing Hydrangea. Vigorous, woody,
deciduous climber, clinging by aerial roots. Ovate-rounded 4 ½” leaves have
heart-shaped bases and are dark green, sometimes turning yellow in the fall. In
summer, bears domed 10” corymbs of white fertile and sterile flowers. Matures at
50’.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Hydrangea Arborescens Annabelle - Annabelle White Hydrangea. Rounded,
compact, deciduous shrub with long-stalked, broadly ovate 7” leaves that are dark
green above and paler beneath. Large, spherical 12” corymbs of crowded, dull
white, mainly sterile flowers are borne in summer. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Hydrangea Aspera Gr. Villosa - Gr. Villosa Hydrangea. Upright, deciduous shrub
with large, lance-shaped to narrowly ovate, dark green 10” leaves, downy beneath.
From late summer to autumn, bears flattened 10” corymbs of blue to purple fertile
flowers, surrounded by white, sometimes pink to mauve tinged sterile flowers.
Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Hybrid Assorted - Assorted Hydrangea. A selection will be made from
the varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla - Bigleaf Blue / Pink Hydrangea. Rounded, deciduous
shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark green 8” leaves. In mid
and late summer, bears flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of a few pink sterile flowers and
numerous blue or pink fertile flowers. Matures at 6’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in
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zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Ayesha - Ayesha Pink / Blue Hydrangea. Rounded,
deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark green 8”
leaves. In mid and late summer, bears flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of unusual,
lilac-like flowers with small, cupped, light pink to light blue sepals.
Matures at 5’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Domotoi - Domotoi Blue / Pink Hydrangea.
Rounded, deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark
green 8” leaves. In mid and late summer, bears conical flowerheads of 6 8” corymbs of large, light blue to mauve or pink flowers with sharply
toothed sepals. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Glowing Embers - Glowing Embers Pink
Hydrangea. Rounded, deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely
toothed, glossy, dark green 8” leaves. In mid and late summer, bears
flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of a few pink sterile flowers and numerous pink
fertile flowers. Matures at 6’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Goliath Garden - Goliath Garden Blue / Pink
Hydrangea. Rounded, vigorous growing deciduous shrub with broadly
ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark green 8” leaves. In mid and late
summer, bears flattened 8 - 10” corymbs of a soft pink or pale blue flowers.
Matures at 6’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Lacecap Mariesii - Mariesii Lacecap White
Hydrangea. Rounded, deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely
toothed, glossy, dark green 8” leaves. In mid and late summer, bears
flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of a few sterile flowers that are pink when in
alkaline soil and blue when in acidic soil and numerous fertile flowers.
Matures at 6’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Lacecap Tri-Color - Tri-Color Pink Hydrangea.
Rounded, deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy,
boldly variegated pale and dark green, cream and yellow 8” leaves. In mid
and late summer, bears flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of a few pale pink sterile
flowers and numerous pale pink fertile flowers. Matures at 6’ high by 8’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Lemon Wave - Lemon Wave Hydrangea.
Hydrangea Mme Emile Mouillere - Mme Emile Mouillere Hydrangea. Rounded,
deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark green 8”
leaves. In mid and late summer, bears flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of white flowers
that become pink with age. Can be used as a houseplant when young. Matures at
6’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla N. Lilacina - N. Lilacina Blue / Pink Hydrangea.
Rounded, deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark green
8” leaves. In mid and late summer, bears flattened 6 - 8” corymbs mauve-pink to
blue fertile and sterile flowers. Matures at 6’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6
- 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Nikko Blue - Nikko Blue Hydrangea. Rounded, deciduous
shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark green 8” leaves. In mid
and late summer, bears flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of a few blue sterile flowers and
numerous blue fertile flowers. Matures at 6’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Oregon Pride - Oregon Pride Pink / Red Hydrangea.
Very, fast growing deciduous shrub with dark green leaves and purple stems.
Bears very large deep pink- red flowers. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Pia - Pia Pink Elf Hydrangea. Also known ‘Pink Elf’.
Rounded, compact, deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy,
dark green 8” leaves. In mid and late summer, bears flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of
bright red-pink flowers with white centers. Matures at 24” high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Teller Series - Teller Lacecap Hydrangea. Broadly
rounded deciduous shrub with flat heads of fertile flowers surrounded by a ring of
extra large, may florets. Available in four distinct colors; blue, red, white and
pink. Matures at 4’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Teller Blue - Teller Blue Lacecap Hydrangea. Broadly
rounded deciduous shrub with flat heads of fertile blue flowers surrounded by a
ring of extra large, florets in May. Matures at 4’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Tokyo Delight - Tokyo Delight Hydrangea.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Trophy Garden - Trophy Garden Rose-Pink Hydrangea.
Deep rich rose pink version is a splendid addition to any Hydrangea garden. An
easy to grow dwarf that has a wonderful shape and is a vigorous bloomer. Matures
at 3 - 4’ high by 3 - 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Madamo Enke - Madamo Enke Hydrangea.
Hydrangea Macrophylla Variegated - Variegated Blue Hydrangea. Mound-forming,
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deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark green 6 8” leaves that are creamy white-edged. In mid and late summer, bears
flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of blue flowers in acid soil. Matures at 6’ high by
8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Macrophylla White - Big Leaf White Hydrangea. Rounded,
deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark green 8”
leaves. In mid and late summer, bears flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of a few blue
sterile flowers and numerous blue fertile flowers. Matures at 6’ high by 8’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Paniculata Grandiflora - Grandiflora Pee Gee White Hydrangea.
Vigorous, spreading to upright, deciduous shrub with ovate, pointed,
toothed, 3 - 6” leaves. Has large 8 - 12” flowerheads, of sterile white
flowers that turn pinkish white with age. Matures at 10’ high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Hydrangea Paniculata Peegee - Peegee White Hydrangea. Deciduous shrub
with long dark green 3 - 6” leaves that turn bronze in the fall. Large,
conical 3 - 8” panicles of creamy white fertile flowers and large white, later
pink tipped, sterile flowers are borne in late summer and early fall. Matures
at 10’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Hydrangea Paniculata Pink Diamond - Pink Diamond Pee Gee Hydrangea.
Vigorous, spreading to upright, deciduous shrub with ovate, pointed,
toothed, mid to dark green 3 - 6” leaves. Broad, open panicles of fertile and
sterile flowers that are up to 12” tall emerge creamy white and become deep
pink with a red reverse to the petals as they age. Matures at 10’ high by 8’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Hydrangea Paniculata Tardiva - Tardiva Pee Gee Hydrangea. Vigorous,
spreading to upright, deciduous shrub with ovate, pointed, toothed, mid to
dark green 3 - 6” leaves. Large, conical 3 - 8” tall panicles of creamy white
fertile flowers and large, white, later pink-tinged sterile flowers are borne in
early and mid autumn. Matures at 10’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 8.
Hydrangea Paniculata Unique - Unique Pee Gee Hydrangea. Vigorous,
spreading to upright, deciduous shrub with ovate, pointed, toothed, 3 - 6”
leaves. Has large 8 - 12” flowerheads that are 8” wide, of sterile white
flowers that turn pinkish white with age. Matures at 10’ high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Hydrangea Quercifolia - Oakleaf White Hydrangea. Deciduous, moundforming shrub
with attractively peeling, orange-brown bark and deeply 5
- 7 lobed, mid-green 8” leaves. The foliage turns bronze-purple in the fall.
From midsummer to fall, bears conical 10” panicles of white fertile and sterile
flowers. The sterile flowers become pink-tinged with age. Matures at 6’ high by
8’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hydrangea Quercifolia Alice - Alice Oakleaf White Hydrangea.
Hydrangea Quercifolia Pee Wee - Pee Wee Oakleaf White Hydrangea. Compact,
deciduous, mound-forming shrub with attractively peeling, orange-brown bark and
deeply 5 - 7 lobed, mid-green 8” leaves. The foliage turns bronze-purple in the
fall. From midsummer to fall, bears conical 10” panicles of white fertile and
sterile flowers. The sterile flowers become pink-tinged with age. Matures at 2 - 3’
high by 2 - 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hydrangea Quercifolia Snowflake - Snowflake White Hydrangea. Deciduous,
mound-forming shrub with attractively peeling, orange-brown bark and deeply 5 7 lobed, mid-green 8” leaves. The foliage turns bronze-purple in the fall. From
midsummer to fall, bears arching 12 - 15” panicles of long-lasting sterile, double
white flowers. The sterile flowers become pink-tinged with age. Matures at 6’
high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hydrangea Quercifolia Snow Queen - Snow Queen White Hydrangea. Deciduous,
mound-forming shrub with attractively peeling, orange-brown bark and deeply 5 7 lobed, mid-green 8” leaves. The foliage turns bronze-purple in the fall. From
midsummer to fall, bears profusely, large sterile, white flowers that are dense,
upright 12 - 15” panicles. The sterile flowers become pink-tinged with age.
Matures at 6’ high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Hydrangea Red Star - Red Star Hydrangea. Rounded, deciduous shrub with broadly
ovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark green 8” leaves. In mid and late summer,
bears flattened 6 - 8” corymbs of a few pinkish red sterile flowers and a few
fertile pinkish
red flowers. Matures at 8’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6
- 9.
Hydrangea Serrata Intermedia - Intermedia Lacecap Pink / White Hydrangea.
Compact, erect, deciduous shrub with narrowly ovate, pointed, mid- green 6”
leaves. Flattened 2 - 4” corymbs with a few pink or white sterile flowers and
numerous white or pink fertile flowers open from summer to fall. Matures at 4’
high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Hydrangea Serrata Preziosa - Preziosa White Hydrangea. Upright, deciduous shrub
with broadly ovate, glossy, mid-green 6” leaves. Small, spherical corymbs of
white sterile 4 - 5” flowers that turn to a rich red, blue, or mauve on acidic soil, are
borne on dark stems in late summer. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
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Hypericum Calycinum St. Johnswort - St. Johnswort Aaron’s Beard
Hypericum. Dwarf, evergreen shrub, spreading by runners, with oblong to
elliptic or narrowly ovate, dark green 4” leaves that are paler green beneath.
Saucer-shaped, bright yellow 4” flowers are borne singly, or occasionally in
small cymes of 2 or 3. Matures at 24” high by indefinite width. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Iberis Assorted - Assorted Candytuft. A selection will be made from the
varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
margins and have wavy, spine-toothed, or spiny margins, and long-lasting, red or
rarely yellow or orange ¼” berries. Matures at 80’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in
zones 7 - 9.
Ilex Aquifolium R&S - R&S Variegated English Holly. A columnar evergreen tree
with cream-streaked green stems and large, broadly ovate, spiny 3” leaves.
Foliage has purplish pink color when young developing to dark green with white
margins. Bears abundant bright red berries. Matures at 50’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Iberis Gibraltarica Mt Hood Dusk - Mt Hood Dusk Candytuft. Spreading,
evergreen subshrub with oblong spoon shaped, dark green 1 - 1 ½” leaves.
In late spring and early summer, bears corymb-like 2” racemes of small
white flowers. Matures at 12” high by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Aquifolium Variegata - Variegated English Holly. A columnar evergreen tree
with cream-streaked green stems and large, broadly ovate, spiny 3” leaves.
Foliage has purplish pink color when young developing to dark green with white
margins. Bears abundant bright red berries. Matures at 50’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Iberis Sempervirens - Candytuft. Spreading, evergreen subshrub with oblong
spoon shaped, dark green 1 - 1 ½” leaves. In late spring and early summer,
bears corymb-like 2” racemes of small white flowers. Matures at 12” high
by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Aquipernyi San Jose - San Jose Holly. Conical, evergreen shrub or small tree
with diamond-shaped to oblong, spiny, glossy, dark green 1 ½” leaves with long
tips. Bears abundant bright red berries. Matures at 20’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy
in zones 6 - 9.
Iberis Sempervirens Little Gem - Little Gem Candytuft. Spreading, very
compact evergreen shrub with short, linear ½” spoon-shaped, leaves.
Produces abundant white flowers in spring. Matures at 6” high by 10”
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Cornuta Burfordii - Burford Holly. Dense, rounded, evergreen shrub with oval,
glossy, dark green 2 - 3” leaves that have a single spine at the apex. Produces ½”
red berries very freely. Matures at 15’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Iberis Sempervirens Snowflake - Snowflake Candytuft. Spreading, evergreen
subshrub with oblong spoon shaped, dark green 1 - 1 ½” leaves. In late
spring and early summer, bears corymb-like 2” racemes of small white
flowers. Matures at 12” high by 16” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Aquifolium - English Holly. Usually erect, dense, pyramidal or oblong,
evergreen shrub or tree with gray bark. Bears elliptic or ovate, glossy, dark
green 2 - 4” leaves that have wavy, spine-toothed, or spiny margins and
long-lasting, red or rarely yellow or orange ¼” berries. Matures at 80’ high
by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Ilex Aquifolium Angustifolia - Dwarf English Holly. Usually erect, dense,
narrowly conical, evergreen shrub or tree with gray bark. Bears lanceolate,
small, flat, glossy, dark green 2” leaves that have long spiny margins, and
long-lasting, red or rarely yellow or orange ¼” berries. Matures at 80’ high
by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Ilex Aquifolium Aureo-Marginata - Variegated English Holly. Usually erect,
dense, pyramidal or oblong, evergreen shrub or tree with gray bark. Bears
elliptic or ovate, glossy, dark green 2 - 4” leaves that have wide yellow
Ilex Cornuta Burfordii Nana - Dwarf Burford Holly. Dense, compact, rounded,
evergreen shrub with oval, glossy, dark green 2 - 3” leaves that have a single spine
at the apex. Produces ½” red berries very freely. Matures at 8’ high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Ilex Cornuta Dazzler - Dazzler Chinese Holly. Compact, upright growing evergreen
shrub that has glossy, green leaves. The foliage has 5 stout spines along wavy
margins. This plant offers a large number of red berries. Matures at 10’. Hardy
in zones 7 - 9.
Ilex Cornuta Needlepoint - Needlepoint Holly. Long, narrow, slightly twisted
lustrous dark green leaves and a single terminal spine, female, have seen abundant
fruit on this clone. Evergreen shrub matures at 8 - 10’ high by 8 - 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Ilex Cornuta Rotunda - Dwarf Chinese Rotunda Holly. A compact, dense,
mounded, evergreen form with 5 - 7 spined leaves that make an impenetrable
thicket. It grows 3 - 4’ high by 6 - 8’ wide. A female clone and I have observed
occasional fruit set, very tough, durable plant. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Ilex Crenata Compacta - Compacta Japanese Holly. Compact, evergreen shrub with
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a globose outline to 6’. Offers lustrous, dark green, obovate, flat, ¾” long
leaves. This plant requires little pruning to produce a compact, thick shrub.
Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Ilex Crenata Convexa - Convexa Japanese Holly. Also known as ‘Bullata’. A
dense,
broad, female evergreen shrub with purple-green stems bearing
elliptic, curled, glossy,
mid to dark green ½ - ¾” leaves. Produces
abundant glossy black fruit. Matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 7.
Ilex Crenata Green Dragon - Green Dragon Holly. Evergreen, shrub with
ovate to elliptic dark green leaves. Upright, dwarf, male shrub with
irregular branching and tiny ¼ - ½” leaves. Produces black berries. Matures
at 12” high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
6 - 9.
Ilex Meserveae Blue Boy - Blue Boy Holly. Dense, vigorous, erect to spreading,
evergreen shrub. Bears usually small, elliptic to ovate, spiny, glossy, bluish green
1 ½ - 1 ¾” leaves. Spreading male shrub with purplish green stems. White to
pinkish white flowers appear in late spring. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Meserveae Blue Girl - Blue Girl Holly. Dense, vigorous, erect to spreading,
evergreen shrub. Bears usually small, elliptic to ovate, spiny, glossy, bluish green
1 ½ - 1 ¾” leaves. Spreading female shrub with purplish green stems. White to
pinkish white flowers appear in late spring followed with abundant red berries.
Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Crenata Green Island - Green Island Holly. Evergreen shrub , usually
with ovate to elliptic, minutely scalloped, glossy, medium green leaves.
Loose and open shrub usually growing twice as broad as tall. Produces
glossy black berries. Matures at 3’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Ilex Meserveae Blue Prince - Blue Prince Holly. Dense, vigorous, erect to
spreading, evergreen shrub. Bears usually small, elliptic to ovate, spiny, glossy,
bluish bright green 1 ½ - 1 ¾” leaves. Spreading male shrub with purplish
green stems. White to pinkish white flowers appear in late spring. Matures at 10’
high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Crenata Green Pagoda - Dwarf Green Pagoda Japanese Holly. An
upright, dwarf, evergreen shrub with irregular branching and tiny ¼ - ½”
leaves. The result is an extremely heavy foliage effect and an artistic form.
The plant grows 2” per year. Produces black berries. Matures at 12” high
by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Ilex Meserveae Blue Princess - Blue Princess Holly. Dense, vigorous, erect to
spreading, evergreen shrub. Bears usually small, elliptic to ovate, spiny, glossy,
bluish green 1 ¾ - 2 ½” leaves. Spreading female shrub with purplish green stems.
White to pinkish white flowers appear in late spring followed with very abundant
red berries. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Crenata Helleri - Dwarf Helleri Holly. Evergreen shrub, usually with
ovate to elliptic, minutely scalloped, glossy, dark green ½” leaves. Dwarf
mounded, compact form. Matures at 4’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Ilex Opaca - American Holly. Erect, evergreen, large shrub or tree with oblongelliptic, spine-toothed or entire, leathery matte, dark green 2 - 4” leaves. Bears
crimson or occasionally yellow or orange ¼” fruit. Matures at 40 -50’ high by 20 40’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Crenata Mariesii - Mariesii Japanese Holly. Very slow-growing, erect,
female, evergreen shrub with tiny, broadly ovate to rounded, entire, dark
green ½” leaves. Produces black fruit. Matures at 24 - 36” after many
years.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Ilex Opaca Greenleaf - American Greenleaf Holly. Erect, evergreen, large shrub or
tree with oblong-elliptic, spine-toothed or entire, leathery, matte, dark green 2 - 4”
leaves. Bears crimson, or occasionally yellow or orange ¼” fruit. Matures at 40 50’ high by 20 - 40’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Glabra Compacta - Inkberry Holly. Erect, rounded evergreen shrub with
narrowly obovate to inversely lance-shaped, glossy dark green ¾ - 2” leaves.
Bears black, occasionally white 1/8” fruit. Matures at 4 - 6’ high by 4 - 6’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Meserveae Blue Angel - Blue Angel Holly. Dense, slow growing, compact
female, evergreen shrub with dark purple stems and elliptic, glossy, dark
bluish green 1 ¾” leaves. Matures at 12’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones
Ilex Sparkleberry - Sparkleberry Holly. Vigorous growing deciduous holly shrub or
tree. Upright growing female plant that has ovate, toothed, dark green 1 1/2 - 4”
leaves which hold until early winter. Produces glossy red 1/4” berries. Matures at
15’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Ilex Verticillata Late Male - Late Male Holly. Suckering deciduous shrub or
sometimes,
a small tree. Leaves are obovate or lance-shaped, toothed, bright
green, 1 ½ - 4” long, sharp-pointed tips, softly hairy beneath. In mid spring,
produces white flowers, followed by stalkless, spherical, dark red 1/8 -1/4”
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berries. Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Ilex Verticillata Winter Red - Winter Red Holly. Suckering deciduous shrub
or sometimes a small tree. Leaves are obovate or lance-shaped, toothed,
dark green 1 ½ - 4” long, sharp-pointed tips, softly hairy beneath. In mid
spring, produces white flowers, followed by stalkless, spherical, dark red
3/8” berries that will persist until spring. Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Ilex Vomitoria Nana - Dwarf Yaupon Holly. Compact, mounded, evergreen
shrub or small tree with gray branches, white to gray bark, and narrowly
oval to ovate, shallowly toothed, lustrous, dark green ½ -1 ½” leaves
tapering at the bases. Bears abundant, persistent, translucent, scarlet-red ¼”
fruit. Useful as a screen or hedge in swampy areas. Matures at 5’ high
by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Ilex X Attenuata Fosteri - Foster Holly. Narrow, pyramidal evergreen female
tree with narrow, elliptic to oblong leaves. Produces abundant bright red
berries. Matures
at 20 - 30’ high by 10 - 15’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
Ilex X Meserveae China Boy - China Boy Holly. Compact, rounded, evergreen
male shrub with elliptic-ovate, glossy mid-green 2” leaves with slightly
downward-cupped teeth. Produces abundant, rich 1/3” red fruit. Matures at
10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Ilex X Meserveae China Girl - China Girl Holly. Compact, rounded,
evergreen female shrub with elliptic-ovate, glossy mid-green 2” leaves
with slightly downward-cupped teeth. Produces abundant, rich 1/3” red
fruit. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Ilex X Nellie R. Stevens - Nellie R. Stevens Holly. Vigorous, conical, evergreen
female tree with oblong-ovate, sparsely spiny, highly glossy, dark green 2 3” leaves. Produces abundant shiny scarlet red 3/8 - 1/2” berries. Matures
at 22’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Imperata Cylindrica Red Baron - Red Baron Japanese Blood Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) Slowly spreading, perennial grass forming loose
clumps of flat, linear, mid-green 20” leaves which quickly turn deep bloodred from the tips almost to the bases. Narrow, spike-like 8” panicles of
fluffy, silvery white 1 ¾” spikelets are produced in late summer. Matures at
16” high by 12” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Imperata Cylindrica Rubra - Japanese Blood Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Slowly
spreading, perennial grass forming loose clumps of flat, linear, mid-green 20”
leaves which quickly turn deep blood-red from the tips almost to the bases.
Narrow, spike-like 8” panicles of fluffy, silvery white 1 ¾” spikelets are produced
in late summer. Matures at 16” high
by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Itea Virginica Henry’s Garnet - Henry’s Garnet Sweetspire. Upright, then arching,
deciduous shrub with narrowly elliptic to oblong, finely toothed, dark green 4”
leaves that turn brilliant red-purple in the fall. Fragrant, creamy white 1/2”
flowers are borne in dense, erect 6” racemes in summer. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by
6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Jasminum Nudiflorum - Yellow Winter Jasmine. Slender, deciduous shrub with
arching to scandent green shoots and opposite, pinnate, dark green leaves, each
divided into 3 oval-oblong 1 ¼” leaflets. Solitary salverform, bright yellow ½ ¾” flowers are produced in the leaf axils, before the leaves in winter and early
spring. Matures
at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Jasminum Polyanthum - White Jasmine. Vigorous, twining, evergreen climber with
opposite, pinnate, deep green leaves made up of 5 - 7 lance-shaped leaflets, the
terminal ones are the largest ant 3 inches long with slender points. Bears an
abundance of salverform, strongly fragrant, pink-budded white ¾” flowers, in
many flowered panicle-like 4” cymes. Flowers in late winter or early spring in a
warm or temperate greenhouse, from spring to summer in warm climates. Matures
at 10’. Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Jasminum X Stephanense - Stephanense Pink Jasmine. Vigorous, twining, woody,
deciduous climber with opposite, dull green, sometimes cream-flushed 2” leaves,
which may be simple, ovate-lance-shaped, or pinnate, with 5 ovate-elliptic 2”
leaflets. Loose cymes
of 5 or 6 salverform, fragrant, pale pink ½” flowers
appear in early and midsummer. Matures at 15’. Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Juniperus Chinensis Armstrongii - Armstrong Juniper. Dwarf form to 3 - 4’ high
with an equal or greater spread, branches horizontally spreading. Leaves are
primarily scale-like and soft to the touch except at the base. Evergreen foliage is
bright green, and holds color in cold weather. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Aurea - Golden Juniper. Columnar evergreen tree with brown
bark, peeling in long strips and golden yellow leaves. Narrowly wedge-shaped
juvenile leaves have long, sharp points and are borne in pairs or threes. Diamond
shaped, scale like adult leaves are mainly in 4 ranks, lying flat along the stems.
Foliage is pungently scented. Matures at 35’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 3
- 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Blue Alps - Blue Alps Juniper. A vase shaped arching blue
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shrub. Grows 6 -12” a year and makes main leader with flat bottom as it
ages.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Juniperus Chinensis Blue Point - Blue Point Juniper. Evergreen shrub that
has a pyramidal form with a tear drop outline. Extremely dense branching,
with blue-green, needle and scale-like foliage. Foliage is pungently scented.
Matures at 8 - 10’ high by 4 - 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Gold Lace - Gold Lace Juniper.
Juniperus Chinensis Hetzii - Hetz Juniper. Semi-erect, evergreen shrub with
brown bark, peeling in long strips and green foliage. Leaves have long,
sharp points and are borne in pairs or threes, diamond shaped, scale-like
adult leaves are mainly in 4 ranks, lying flat along the stems. Foliage is
pungently scented. Matures at 5 - 7’ high by 5 - 7’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Hetzii Columnaris - Columnar Hetz Juniper. Upright
pyramidal, evergreen form, with brown bark, peeling in long strips and
green foliage. Leaves have long, sharp points and are borne in pairs or
threes, diamond shaped, scale-like adult leaves are mainly in 4 ranks, lying
flat along the stems. Foliage is pungently scented. Matures at 10 - 15’
high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Hetzii Glauca - Blue Hetz Juniper. Semi-erect, evergreen
shrub with brown bark, peeling in long strips and bluish-green foliage.
Leaves have long, sharp points and are borne in pairs or threes, diamond
shaped, scale-like adult leaves are mainly in 4 ranks, lying flat along the
stems. Foliage is pungently scented. Matures at 5 - 7’ high
by 5 - 7’
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Kaizuka Variegated - Hollywood Variegated Juniper.
Spreading evergreen shrub with dense, irregular growth, bright green leaves
and many glaucous berries. Matures at 20’ high by 10 - 12’ wide. Hardy
in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Keteleeri - Keteleeri Juniper. Broadly pyramidal, dense,
evergreen tree with diamond-shaped, scale-like, dark gray-green leaves.
Matures at 30’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Lemon Hill - Lemon Hill Juniper. Little known
evergreen plant
is blue and is a tight flat plant. Growing no more
than 3” off the ground it contorts
its way outward while staying very
tight. Grows 1 - 3” per year. Very nice form for bonsai. Hardy in zones
3 -9.
Juniperus Chinensis Milky Way - Milky Way Juniper. Fast growing, low-spreading
form. Dark green, evergreen foliage with stippled markings of cream.
Matures at 3 - 4’ high. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Mordigani - Mordigan Juniper. An evergreen shrub that has
dark green foliage. This plant is taller and more blocky than Pfitzer. Plant
matures at 7’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Nick’s Compact - Nick’s Compact Juniper. Same as
Pfitzeriana Compacta. A relatively flat-topped, wide spreading form with green,
slight blue
overcast, evergreen foliage, more needle than scale-like. Matures at
3’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Old Gold - Old Gold Juniper. Evergreen, shrub with brown
bark, peeling in long strips and bronze-gold foliage all year. Leaves have long,
sharp points and are borne in pairs or threes, diamond shaped, scale-like adult
evergreen leaves are mainly in 4 ranks, lying flat along the stems. Foliage is
pungently scented. Matures at 3’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Parsonii Prostrata - Parson Juniper. Vigorous, prostrate, matforming evergreen shrub with gray-green foliage. Leaves have long, sharp points
and are borne in pairs or threes, diamond shaped, scale-like adult leaves are mainly
in 4 ranks, lying flat along the stems. Foliage is pungently scented. Matures at 2’
high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Pfitzeriana - Green Pfitzer Juniper. Probably the most widely
planted juniper, wide spreading, variable form, usually listed as growing about 5’
high by 10’ wide. The evergreen foliage is scale-like, awl-shaped and bright
green. Matures at 5’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Pfitzeriana Aurea - Gold Pfitzer Juniper. Similar to Pfitzer in
growth but flatter and not as large, branchlets and leaves tinged golden yellow in
summer, becoming yellowish green in winter. Only the young shoots are gold
tinged, the body of the plant is green. Evergreen shrub matures at 3’ high by 6’
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Pfitzeriana Aurea Compacta - Compact Gold Pfitzer Juniper.
Branchlets and leaves tinged golden yellow in summer, becoming yellowish green
in winter. Only the young shoots are gold tinged, the body of the plant is green.
Evergreen shrub matures at 2’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Pfitzeriana Compacta - Compact Green Pfitzer Juniper. Same
as Nick’s Compacta. A relatively flat-topped, wide spreading form with green,
slight blue
overcast, evergreen foliage, more needle than scale-like. Matures
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at 2’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Pfitzeriana Glauca - Blue Pfitzer Juniper. More dense
than Pfitzer with mixed leaves, markedly blue in older plants. Becoming
slightly purplish blue in winter. Usually listed as growing about 5’ high by
10’ wide. The foliage is scale-like and awl-shaped and bright green.
Matures at 5’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Communis Depressa Aurea - Gold Depressa Juniper. Spreading
evergreen shrub with semi-erect branches and golden yellow leaves in late spring,
becoming bronze and almost green over the winter. Matures at 24” high by 5’
wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Juniperus Chinensis Robusta Green - Robusta Green Juniper. Upright
narrow form of evergreen with tufted brilliant green foliage. Grows in an
irregular form. Plant matures at 15’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Communis Effusa - Effusa Juniper. A wide spreading low ground cover
with rich green color on the lower needle surface, silvery band above, holds color
during winter. Evergreen shrub matures at 9 - 12” tall by 4 - 6’. Hardy in zones
2 - 6.
Juniperus Chinensis San Jose - San Jose Juniper. Evergreen shrub offering
sage green foliage. Plant grows in a creeping form and spreads irregularly.
Matures at 12 - 18”
high by 6 - 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Communis Gold Cone - Gold Cone Juniper. Slow growing evergreen
with golden yellow foliage color that has a narrow growth habit. Hardy in
zones 2 - 6.
Juniperus Chinensis Sargentii - Sargent Juniper. A ground hugging type.
Gray green or green evergreen shrub offering a feathery texture. This
variety is a classic for Bonsai. Matures at 1’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Communis Prostrata - Prostrate Juniper. Very vigorous, prostrate, matforming evergreen shrub. Linear, sharply pointed dark green leaves that have
glaucous white bands on the inner faces and are borne in threes. Matures at 8 12” high by 5 - 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Juniperus Communis Repanda - Repanda Juniper. A low growing form that
maintains the best foliage color of the low growing types. A medium green
foliage turning yellowish green in winter. Offers soft, coarse textured evergreen
foliage that is densely set on a slightly ascending branches, nodding at the tips,
plants form nearly uniform circles. Matures at 15” high. Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Juniperus Chinensis Sea Green - Sea Green Juniper. Compact, with vaseshaped, arching branches. Evergreen foliage is dark (mint) green and
darkens in winter. Matures at 4 - 6’ high by 6 - 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Spartan - Spartan Juniper. A fast, dense growing, tall,
pyramidal or columnar habit. Evergreen foliage is rich green and very
attractive. Matures at 20’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Torulosa - Hollywood Juniper. Also known as
‘Kaizuka’. An evergreen that offers scale-like, vivid green foliage and
branches that are slightly twisted resulting in a Japanese effect. This plant
can be grown as a tree or as a shrub. Matures at 20’ high by 10-12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Chinensis Winter Gold - Winter Gold Juniper. Evergreen, shrub
with bright yellow winter color. Leaves have long, sharp points and are
borne in pairs or threes, diamond shaped, scale-like adult evergreen leaves
are mainly in 4 ranks, lying flat along the stems. Matures at 3’. Hardy
in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Communis Compressa - Compressa Juniper. Dwarf, spindleshaped, evergreen shrub which grows very slowly at ¾ - 1 ¼” per year.
Suitable for growing in a container. Miniature column of silver foliage.
Very tight and good for rock gardens.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Juniperus Communis Sentinel - Sentinel Juniper. Previously known as ‘Pencil
Point’. Upright, spindle shaped evergreen shrub, that has a silver-steel like
foliage. Similar to ‘Compressa’ but more vigorous. Matures at 5’ high by 24”
wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Juniperus Communis Stricta - Irish Juniper. Syn with J.c. Hibernica or J. c.
Fastigata. A spindle shaped, columnar evergreen shrub, similar to ‘Compressa’
but more vigorous, growing up to 8” per year. Matures at 10 - 15’ high by 12”
wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Juniperus Conferta - Shore Juniper. Prostrate shrub with dense, sharply pointed,
needle-like, bright green or gray-green evergreen leaves, borne in groups of 3.
The black fruit has a glaucous bloom. Matures at 12” high by 6 - 9’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Conferta Blue Pacific - Blue Pacific Shore Juniper. Low growing
evergreen with a trailing habit and ocean blue-green foliage color. Distinctly
different than the species and making a better ground cover. Matures at 12” high
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only a tinge of purple. Matures at 1’ high by 9’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Conferta Emerald Sea - Emerald Sea Shore Juniper. Wide
spreading low growing, mat forming evergreen with erect stems and
emerald-green foliage color. Distinctly different than the species and making
a better ground cover. Very salt tolerant. Matures at 10” high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Conferta Nana - Dwarf Shore Juniper. Prostrate shrub with dense,
sharply pointed, needle-like, light green evergreen leave. The leaves are
borne in groups of 3, and are closely spaced as well as the plants branching.
The black fruit has a glaucous bloom. Matures at 10” high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Conferta Silver Mist - Silver Mist Shore Juniper. Spreading,
irregularly mounded, evergreen shrub with thick main branches and short,
bluish green sprays of wide, linear leaves, banded silver-white. New growth
is tinged red-brown. Salt tolerant. Matures
at 10” high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Bar Harbor - Bar Harbor Juniper. Prostrate, creeping
evergreen shrub with gray-green foliage that turns mauve-purple in winter.
Needle like juvenile leaves with long, sharp points, are borne in pairs or in
threes. Elliptic scale like adult leaves each with a prominent gland on the
back, lie along the shoots in 4 rows. Bears ovoid dark blue fruit. Matures
at 12” high by 8 ‘ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Blue Chip - Blue Chip Juniper. Prostrate, creeping
evergreen shrub with very blue summer foliage that turns purple in winter.
Needle like juvenile leaves with long, sharp points, are borne in pairs or in
threes. Elliptic scale like adult leaves each with a prominent gland on the
back, lie along the shoots in 4 rows. Bears ovoid dark blue fruit. Matures at
10” high by 8 ‘ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Blue Mat - Blue Mat Juniper. Prostrate, creeping
evergreen shrub with blue-green summer foliage that turns purple in winter.
Needle like juvenile leaves with long, sharp points, are borne in pairs or in
threes. Elliptic scale like adult leaves each with a prominent gland on the
back, lie along the shoots in 4 rows. Bears ovoid dark blue fruit. Matures at
6” high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Hughes - Hughes Juniper. Low growing evergreen
shrub that has silvery blue foliage. Plant has a distinct radial branching
habit. A good ground cover that holds its blue-green color in the winter with
Juniperus Horizontalis Prince of Wales - Prince of Wales Juniper. Prostrate,
creeping evergreen shrub with bright green summer foliage that turns purple in
winter. Foliage grows 6” high with many branches overlapping. Needle like
juvenile leaves with long, sharp points, are borne in pairs or in threes. Matures at
6” high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Prostrata - Prostrata Juniper. Prostrate, creeping evergreen
shrub with dark silvery green summer foliage that turns purple in winter.
Foliage, grows 6” high but lacks density with many long branches overlapping
the plant. Needle like juvenile leaves with long, sharp points, are borne in pairs
or in threes. Matures at 6”
high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Starburst - Starburst Juniper. Prostrate, low-growing
juniper that forms a dense mat of medium green foliage radiating from a central
stem. Silvery winter color. Matures at 2’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Turquoise Spreader - Turquoise Spreader Juniper. A wide
spreading form of evergreen groundcover that is densely covered with soft and
feathery branchlets of turquoise green foliage. The foliage turns bronzy green
with lavender tips in the winter. This plant is a vigorous grower, that remains flat.
Matures at 12” high by 8 - 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Waukegan - Waukegan Juniper. Same as Juniperus
Horizontailis Douglasii. An evergreen groundcover that has steel blue foliage
turning grayish-purple through the winter. A rapid growing plant that matures at 1
½’ high by 6 - 9’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Wiltoni - Blue Rug Juniper. Prostrate, creeping evergreen
shrub with bright blue-green foliage that turns mauve-purple in winter. Needle
like juvenile leaves with long, sharp points, are borne in pairs or in threes.
Elliptic scale like adult leaves each with a prominent gland on the back, lie along
the shoots in 4 rows. Bears ovoid dark blue fruit. Matures at 12” high by 8 ‘
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Youngstown Andorra - Andorra Youngstown Juniper.
Wide spreading, dense, compact form. Evergreen leaves are awl-shaped and scalelike, blue-green to gray-green then turning purplish in the winter. Branches arise
at a
45 degree angle to ground. Matures at 2’ high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Horizontalis Yukon Belle - Yukon Belle Juniper. Evergreen groundcover
that has bright silvery blue foliage. Foliage turns dark purplish green in winter, is
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dense and fine-textured. Winter foliage color like ‘Wisconsin’. Plant is
ground hugging and broadly spreading. Matures at 6” high by 5 - 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus Procumbenes - Japanese Garden Juniper. Spreading, procumbent
shrub with mostly linear, needle-like, sharply pointed, yellow-green leaves
in threes. Bears brown or black fruit. Matures at 30” high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Procumbenes Nana - Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper. Spreading,
dwarf, compact and mat-forming, evergreen shrub with layered sprays of
branches and leaves. Needle-like, sharply pointed, yellow-green leaves in
threes. Leaves become slightly purple in winter. Matures at 12” high by
6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Procumbenes Nana Greenmound - Greenmound Dwarf Japanese
Garden Juniper. Spreading, dwarf, compact and mat-forming, evergreen
shrub. Layered sprays of branches and leaves create a slight mound.
Needle-like, sharply pointed, light-green leaves in threes. Leaves hold their
color in winter. Matures at 8” high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Procumbenes Variegata - Variegated Dwarf Japanese Garden
Juniper. Spreading, dwarf, compact and mat-forming, evergreen shrub with
layered sprays of branches and green leaves with yellow variegation
throughout. Needle-like, sharply pointed, yellow-green leaves in threes.
Leaves become slightly purple in winter. Matures at 12” high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Rigida Pendula - Weeping Needle Juniper. Weeping tree or large
evergreen shrub with peeling brown to yellow brown bark and an open
crown of pendulous branches bearing groups of 3 needle-like, sharply
pointed, bright green leaves, glaucous on the inner face, and ½ - 1” long.
Bears purplish black fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy
in zones 6 - 9.
Juniperus Sabina - Green Savin Juniper. Spreading, occasionally erect shrub
with flaking, red-brown bark and slender, 4-sided shoots. Mainly adult
leaves, borne in pairs lying flat along the stems, are ovate, scale-like, and
dark green to gray-green, each with a small gland on the back, and a fetid
odor when crushed. Flattened, spherical fruit, bluish black with white
blooms, ripen over the first winter. Matures at 6 - 15’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Juniperus Sabina Arcadia - Arcadia Juniper. Spreading, dense, and layered
evergreen shrub with flaking, red-brown bark and slender, 4 sided shoots. Mainly
adult leaves, borne in pairs lying flat along the stems are ovate, scale-like, and
dark green. Plant emits a fetid odor when crushed. Matures at 12 - 18” high by
4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Juniperus Sabina Blue Danube - Blue Danube Juniper. Spreading, evergreen shrub
with flaking, red-brown bark and slender, 4-sided shoots. Mainly adult leaves,
borne in pairs lying flat along the stems, with shoots erect at the tips. Foliage is
light grayish-blue, each with a small gland on the back, and a fetid odor when
crushed. Flattened, spherical fruit, bluish black with white blooms, ripen over the
first winter. Matures at 24” high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Juniperus Sabina Broadmoor - Broadmoor Juniper. Evergreen shrub that has
horizontally aligned main branches and short, ascending branchlet sprays with
grayish-green leaves. Matures at 24 - 36” high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 7.
Juniperus Sabina Buffalo - Buffalo Juniper. Spreading, dense, and layered
evergreen shrub with flaking, red-brown bark and slender, 4 sided shoots. Feathery
branches and bright green foliage that retains good color in winter. Matures at
12” high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Juniperus Sabina Skandia - Skandia Juniper. Spreading, compact, evergreen shrub
with flaking, red-brown bark and slender, 4-sided shoots. Foliage is densely
layered with mostly linear, pale grayish-green color. Each with a small gland on
the back, and a fetid odor when crushed. Flattened, spherical fruit, bluish black
with white blooms, ripen over the first winter. Matures at 12 - 18” high by 10’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Juniperus Sabina Tamariscifolia - Tam Juniper. Low-growing, evergreen shrub
with horizontal tiers of spreading, short, sharply pointed mainly juvenile, bright
green leaves borne in pairs or threes. Matures at 18” high by 8 - 10’ wide. Hardy
in zones 3 - 7.
Juniperus Sabina Tamariscifolia Blue - Blue Tam Juniper. Low-growing evergreen
shrub with horizontal tiers of spreading, short, sharply pointed mainly juvenile,
grayish-blue green leaves borne in pairs or threes. Matures at 18” high by 8 - 10’
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Juniperus Scopulorum Blue Haven - Blue Haven Juniper. Syn. with Blue Heaven.
A evergreen shrub of conical habit with red-brown bark, furrowed into strips or
square flakes. Foliage is paired, ovate, sharp-pointed, scale-like, blue-green in
color and lies flat to the branches. Bears blue-black fruit. Matures at 6’ high by
24” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
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leaves create a slight mound. Needle-like, sharply pointed, light-green leaves in
threes. Leaves hold their color in winter. Matures at 8” high by 6’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Scopulorum Gray Gleam - Gray Gleam Juniper. Pyramidal, slow
growing evergreen that has silvery gray foliage. Foliage becomes more
brilliant in the winter. Matures at 15 - 20’ high. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Juniperus Scopulorum Moonglow - Moonglow Juniper. A dense broad
pyramidal evergreen, that offers intense silver-blue foliage. Matures at 20’
high. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Juniperus Scopulorum Skyrocket - Skyrocket Juniper. A narrow, pencilshaped evergreen tree with glaucous, gray-green leaves. Matures at 20’
high by 2’ wide. Probably the most narrow columnar juniper available.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Juniperus Scopulorum Tollesons - Tollesons Weeping Blue Juniper. A
grafted, tree-like evergreen shrub with arching branches and pendent, stringlike silver-blue foliage. Matures at 20’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 3
- 9.
Juniperus Scopulorum Wichita Blue - Wichita Blue Juniper. A broadly
conical, pyramidal, evergreen tree with bright blue-gray leaves. Matures at
6’ high by 32” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Juniperus Squamata Blue Alps - Blue Alps Juniper. Upright, branching,
evergreen with arching slightly nodding branch tips and bright silver-blue
needles. Matures at 5 - 6’ high by 2 - 2 1/2’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 -7.
Juniperus Squamata Blue Carpet - Blue Carpet Juniper. Prostrate evergreen
shrub with bluish gray-green leaves. Matures at 8 - 12” high by 4 - 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Juniperus Squamata Blue Star - Blue Star Juniper. A compact rounded
evergreen shrub with silvery blue leaves. Matures at 16” high by 36” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Juniperus Squamata Holger - Holger Goldstar Juniper. A semi-spreading
evergreen shrub with sulfur-yellow new growth contrasting with steel-blue
older leaves. Matures at 2 - 3’ high by 3 - 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Juniperus Virginiana Burkii - Burkii Red Cedar Juniper. Columnar, dense, upright,
evergreen tree with blue-gray leaves, which become purple-tinged over winter.
Matures at 20’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Juniperus Virginiana Cupressifolia - Hillspire Juniper. Evergreen plant with
symmetrical, conical-pyramidal habit with loose, leaves cypress-like, soft yellowgreen foliage that is essentially maintained in winter.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Juniperus Virginiana Robusta Green - Robusta Green Juniper. Same as Jun.
Chinensis Robusta Green. Upright growing, evergreen shrub with tufted brilliant
green, blue-green foliage. A rather handsome, somewhat irregular form. Matures
at 10 - 15’ high by 3 - 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Juniperus X Media Daub’s Frosted - Daub’s Frosted Tri-color Juniper. A juvenile
like, evergreen foliage that spreads horizontally. The color is yellow with blue and
green on the underside. Almost like squamata ‘Prostrata’, but tri-colored.
Colors look fluorescent. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Juniperus X Media Shimpaku - Shimpaku Dwarf Juniper. Dwarf form of the
Plumosa group, very slow growing multi-branched and used for Bonsai work.
Evergreen foliage is dark green. Hardy in zone 5 - 8.
Kalmia Latifolia Assorted - Assorted Mountain Laurel. A selection will be made
from the varieties that will do best in your area.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Kalmia Latifolia Bullseye - Bullseye White Mountain Laurel. Dense, compact,
bushy, evergreen shrub with alternate, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped, glossy, dark
green 1¼” leaves. From late spring to midsummer, large 3 - 4” corymbs, of bowl
or cup-shaped, white ¾ - 1” flowers that are heavily banded red-purple. Matures
at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Squamata Meyeri - Meyeri Blue Juniper. A spreading glaucous
blue evergreen shrub with arching and nodding shoot tips. Matures at 12 30’ high by 20 - 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Kalmia Latifolia Elf - Elf Mountain Laurel. Dense, compact, bushy, evergreen shrub
with alternate, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped, glossy, dark green 1¼” leaves. From
late spring to midsummer, large 3 - 4” corymbs, of bowl or cup-shaped, white ¾ 1” flowers open from pale pink buds. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Juniperus Squamata Prostrata - Singleseed Juniper. Spreading, dwarf,
compact and mat-forming, evergreen shrub. Layered sprays of branches and
Kalmia Latifolia Little Linda - Little Linda Mountain Laurel. Dense, compact.
bushy, evergreen shrub with miniature, round leaves. From late spring to
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Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Kalmia Latifolia Minuet - Minuet Mountain Laurel. Dense, bushy, evergreen
shrub with alternate, narrow, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped, glossy, dark
green 5” leaves. From late spring to midsummer, large 3 - 4” corymbs of
bowl or cup-shaped, white ¾ - 1” flowers open from light pink buds, each
with a maroon ring inside. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Kalmia Latifolia Olympic Fire - Olympic Fire Mountain Laurel. Dense,
bushy, evergreen shrub with alternate, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped, glossy,
dark green wavy margined 5” leaves. From late spring to midsummer, large
3 - 4” corymbs, of bowl or cup-shaped, large 1” pink flowers open from red
buds. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 9.
Kalmia Latifolia Olympic Wedding - Olympic Wedding Mountain Laurel.
Dense, compact, bushy, evergreen shrub with alternate, oval to ellipticlance-shaped, glossy, dark green 1¼” leaves. From late spring to
midsummer, pink flower buds open in large 3 - 4” corymbs, of bowl or cupshaped, pink flowers with a broken cinnamon colored band. Matures at 10’
high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Kalmia Latifolia Ostbo Red - Ostbo Red Mountain Laurel. Dense, bushy
evergreen shrub with alternate, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped, glossy, dark
green 5” leaves. From late spring to midsummer, large 3 - 4” corymbs, of
bowl or cup-shaped, pale pink ¾ - 1” flowers opening from bright red buds.
Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Kalmia Latifolia Paul Bosley - Paul Bosley Mountain Laurel. Dense, bushy,
compact, evergreen shrub with alternate, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped,
glossy, dark green wavy margined 5” leaves. From late spring to
midsummer, large 3 - 4” corymbs, of
bowl or cup-shaped, large 1” pink
flowers open from bright red buds. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 9.
Kalmia Latifloia Peppermint - Peppermint Mountain Laurel. Dense, bushy,
compact, evergreen shrub with alternate, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped,
glossy, dark green wavy margined 5” leaves. From late spring to
midsummer, large 3 - 4” corymbs, of bowl or cup-shaped, large 1” white
with red candy stripe flowers open from bright red buds. Matures at 10’ high
by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Kalmia Latifolia Pristine - Pristine Mountain Laurel. Dense, bushy, compact,
evergreen shrub with alternate, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped, glossy, dark green
wavy margined 5” leaves. From late spring to midsummer, large 3 - 4” corymbs,
of bowl or cup-shaped, large 1” white flowers open from bright red buds. Matures
at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Kalmia Latifolia Sarah - Sarah Mountain Laurel. Dense, compact, bushy, evergreen
shrub with alternate, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped, glossy, dark green 1¼” leaves.
From late spring to midsummer, large 3 - 4” corymbs, of bowl or cup-shaped,
bright pink-red ¾ - 1” flowers open from vivid red buds. Matures at 3’ high by 3’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Kalmia Latifolia Snowdrift - Snowdrift Mountain Laurel. Dense, compact, bushy,
evergreen shrub with alternate, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped, glossy, dark green
1¼” leaves. From late spring to midsummer, large 3 - 4” corymbs, of bowl or cupshaped, pure white ¾ - 1” flowers open from pale pink buds. Matures at 10’ high
by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Kalmia Latifolia Tiddlywinks - Tiddlywinks Mountain Laurel. Dense, compact,
bushy, evergreen shrub with alternate, oval to elliptic-lance-shaped, glossy, dark
green 1¼” leaves. From late spring to midsummer, large 3 - 4” corymbs, of bowl
or cup-shaped, light pink ¾ - 1” flowers open from rich pink buds. Matures at 3’
high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Koelreuteria Paniculata - Panicled Goldenrain Tree. Spreading deciduous tree with
pinnate 18” leaves, each consisting of 7 - 15 or more ovate-oblong, scalloped
leaflets. Emerging leaves are pink-red, becoming mid-green, and turning butteryellow in the fall. Small yellow ½” flowers are produced in large, 12” pyramidal
panicles in mid and late summer. The flowers are followed by bladder-like, pink
or red flushed 2” fruit capsules. Matures at 30’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones
6 - 9.
Koelreuteria Paniculata Fastigata - Columnar Panicled Goldenrain Tree. Upright,
deciduous tree with pinnate 18” leaves, each consisting of 7 - 15 or more ovateoblong, scalloped leaflets. Emerging leaves are pink-red, becoming mid-green,
and turning butter-yellow in the fall. Small yellow ½” flowers are produced in
large, 12” pyramidal panicles in mid and late summer. The flowers are followed
by bladder-like, pink or red flushed 2” fruit capsules. Matures at 25’ high by 4 - 6’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Kerria Japonica - Japanese Kerria. Suckering, deciduous shrub with arching green
shoots and ovate, pointed, sharply toothed, bright green 4” leaves. In mid and
late spring produces solitary, single or double, golden yellow 1¼ - 2” flowers.
Matures at 6’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
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Kniphofia Uvaria - Red Hot Poker (Perennial). Evergreen perennial with lax,
linear, keeled, finely toothed, coarse 24” leaves. Flowers are red in bud,
opening to orange, fading to yellow, borne in slender, oblong-ovoid
racemes in early autumn. Matures at 4’ high by 2’ wide. Hardy in zones 6
- 9.
Lagerstroemia Indica Biloxi - Biloxi Pink Crape Myrtle. Upright, multi-stemmed,
deciduous tree that has an arched crown. Panicles borne from July to late
September are pale pink and are 5 1/2 - 7 1/2” long by 4 1/2 - 7 1/2” wide. Young
leaves are light bronze becoming lighter tinged, glossy, slightly leathery and dark
green during summer, then turning dark yellow-orange to orange-red to dark red in
the fall. Plant is Mildew resistant. Matures at 20’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in
zones 7 - 9.
Kolkwitzia Amabilis - Amabilis Pink Cloud Beauty Bush. Deciduous,
suckering shrub with long, arching shoots and broadly ovate, tapered, dark
green 3” leaves. Masses of bell-shaped, pale to deep pink ½” flowers,
with yellow-flushed throats that are borne in terminal 2 - 3” corymbs in late
spring and early summer. Matures at 10’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones
5 - 9.
Lagerstroemia Indica Chica Pink - Pink Moninik Crape Myrtle. Upright,
deciduous tree or large shrub with peeling, gray bark and dark green 3” leaves.
From summer to autumn, pink ¾ - 1” flowers are produced in 8” panicles.
Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Laburnum Anagyroides - Common Goldenchain Tree. Spreading, deciduous
tree with hairy, gray-green young shoots, and dark green leaves composed of
3 elliptic-obovate 3” leaflets. In late spring and early summer, produces
bright yellow flowers in dense 4 - 12” racemes. Matures at 25’ high by 25’
wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Laburnum X Watereri Vossii - Vossii Goldenchain Tree. Spreading tree with
hairy young shoots, and dark green leaves composed of 3 elliptic-obovate 3”
leaflets. Produces yellow flowers in dense 24” racemes in late spring and
early summer. Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Laburnum X Waterii Pendula Vase - Weeping Goldenchain Tree. Small,
spreading, pendulous deciduous tree with virtually hairless young shoots,
and dark green leaves composed of 3 elliptic-obovate 3” leaflets. Produces
yellow flowers in dense 20” racemes in late spring and early summer.
Matures at 12 - 15’ high by 12 - 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6
- 8.
Lagerstroemia Indica Assorted - Assorted Crape Myrtle. Upright, deciduous
tree or large shrub with peeling, gray and brown bark and obovate to oblong,
dark green 3” leaves, bronze when young. From summer to autumn, white,
pink, red, or purple ¾ -1” flowers produced in 8” panicles. Matures at 25’
high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Lagerstroemia Indica Alba - Hardy White Crape Myrtle. Upright, deciduous
tree or large shrub with peeling, gray and brown bark and obovate to oblong,
dark green 3” leaves. From summer to fall white ¾ - 1” flowers are
produced in 8” panicles. Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones
7 - 9.
Lagerstroemia Indica Chica Red - Red Moned Crape Myrtle. Upright, deciduous
tree or large shrub with peeling, gray bark and dark green 3” leaves. From
summer to autumn, red ¾ - 1” flowers are produced in 8” panicles. Matures at
25’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Lagerstroemia Indica Muskogee - Muskogee Lavender-pink Crape Myrtle. Large
deciduous shrub or small tree that has glossy green leaves during the summer, that
turns a good red in the fall. Prolific light lavender-pink flowers that are 4 - 10”
long by 4 - 5” wide are borne from July through September. This plant is mildew
resistant. Matures at 20’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Lagerstroemia Indica Natchez - Natchez White Crape Myrtle. Large deciduous
shrub or small tree that has glossy green leaves during the summer turning orange
and red during the fall. Offers pure white 6 - 12” long by 4 - 7 1/2” wide panicles
of flowers from late June through September. The cinnamon-bark is outstanding.
Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Lagerstroemia Indica Pecos - Pecos Medium Pink Crape Myrtle. Globose, semidwarf, multiple-stemmed shrub, 8’ high by 6’ wide. Panicles are medium pink and
6 - 8” long by 5 - 7 ½” wide in early July through September. Young leaves
are glossy, glabrous, heavily tinged bronze, becoming dark green, turning maroon
to dark purple-red in the fall. Mildew resistant. Young branches are red-purple
becoming gray prior to dark brown at maturity. Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Lagerstroemia Indica Peppermint Lace - Peppermint Lace Pink / White Crape
Myrtle. Globose, semi-dwarf, multiple-stemmed shrub, 8’ high by 6’ wide.
Panicles are medium pink and white and 6 -8” long by 5 - 7 ½” wide in early July
through September. Young leaves are glossy, glabrous, heavily tinged bronze,
becoming dark green, turning maroon to dark purple-red in fall. Mildew resistant.
Young branches are red-purple becoming gray prior to dark brown at maturity.
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shoots covered in a waxy bloom. Hairless shoots bear linear, bluish green 1 ½”
leaves that turn yellow in the fall. Matures at 100’ high by 12 - 20’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 7.
Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Lagerstroemia Indica Tuscarora - Tuscarora Coral-Pink Crape Myrtle.
Large deciduous shrub or small tree. Red-tinged immature leaves turn dark
green during the summer and then offer orange-red in the fall. Dark coralpink flowers appear in 5 - 12” long by 4 - 8” wide panicles from early July
with recurrent bloom until late September. This plant is Mildew resistant.
Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Lagerstroemia Indica Zuni - Zuni Dark Lavender Crape Myrtle. Globose,
semi-dwarf multistemmed, deciduous shrub, 9’ high by 8’ wide in 12 years.
3 - 5 ½” panicles of medium lavender blooming in mid July to late
September. Young foliage is glossy, glabrous, leathery, red tinged with
heavier pigmentation on leaf margins, becoming dark green and turning
orange-red to dark red in the fall.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Larix Kaempferi Diana - Diana Larch. Conical, coniferous tree with fissured and
scaly, rust brown to gray bark. Has pink winter shoots covered in a waxy bloom.
Hairless shoots bear linear, rich green 1 ½” leaves that turn gold in the fall.
Matures at 100’ high by 12 - 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Larix Laricina Newport Beauty # 07 - Newport Beauty Larch # 07. Smaller than the
Newport # 09. Fall color is yellow. Grows ¾ - 1 ½” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Larix Laricina Newport Beauty # 09 - Newport Beauty Larch # 09. A larch growing
in a globe fashion on a standard. Nice, neat little, coniferous ball. Yellow fall
color and grows about 2” to 4” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Larix Laricina Newport # 17 - Newport Globular Dwarf Larch.
Larix Decidua Girards Dwarf - Girard Dwarf European Larch. Coniferous
shrub or small tree that has smooth, scaly gray bark. Linear, soft, pale green
1 ¼” leaves borne on hairless shoots, which are straw-yellow during the first
winter. Forms a round upright globe at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones
3 - 6.
Larix Decidua Pendula - Weeping European Larch. Weeping, coniferous tree
that has smooth, scaly gray bark. Linear, soft, pale green 1 ¼” leaves borne
on hairless shoots, which are straw-yellow during the first winter. Matures
at 15- 20’ high.
Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Larix Decidua Pendula Diane - Diane Weeping European Larch. Weeping,
coniferous tree that has smooth, scaly gray bark. Linear, soft, pale green 1
¼” leaves borne on hairless shoots, which are straw-yellow during the first
winter. Matures at 15- 20’ high.
Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Larix Eurolepis Varied Directions - Varied Directions Larch. Fast growing,
conical, coniferous tree with bloomed, slightly hairy yellow shoots, and
linear, gray green 1 ½” leaves. Matures at 100’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 7.
Larix Kaempferi - Japanese Larch. Conical, coniferous tree with fissured and
scaly, rust brown to gray bark. Has purplish red winter shoots covered in a
waxy bloom. Hairless shoots bear linear, gray green or bluish green 1 ½”
leaves that turns yellow in the fall. Matures at 100’ high by 12 - 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Larix Kaempferi Blue Rabbit - Blue Rabbit Larch. Conical, coniferous tree
with fissured and scaly, rust brown to gray bark. Has purplish red winter
Larix Sibirica Conica - Siberian Larch. Conical, coniferous tree with scaly, rustbrown
bark and bright yellow or yellowish gray shoots, which are hairy when
young. Narrowly linear ¾ - 1 ½” leaves, that are bright green each with 2 white
bands beneath. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 1 - 5.
Lavandula Angustifolia Hidcote - Hidcote Dwarf English Lavender (Perennial).
Compact, bushy shrub with linear, silvery gray 2” leaves. In mid and late summer,
long, unbranched stalks produce fragrant, dark purple flowers. Matures at 24”
high by 30” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Lavandula Angustifolia Munstead - Munstead Dwarf English Lavender (Perennial).
Compact, bushy shrub with linear, gray-green 2” leaves. In mid and late summer,
long unbranched stalks produce fragrant, blue-purple flowers in dense 3” spikes.
Matures at 18” high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Leucothoe Axillaris - Coast Leucothoe. Upright, evergreen shrub with ovate to
ovate-oblong, leathery, short-pointed, toothed, lustrous, dark green 2 - 4 1/2”
leaves. Paler green and sparsely bristly hairy beneath. From spring to early
summer, bears urn-shaped to cylindrical, white ¼ ” flowers in ¾ - 3” axillary
racemes. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Leucothoe Fontanesiana - Drooping Leucothoe. Upright, evergreen shrub with
arching branches and oblong-lance-shaped to ovate-lance-shaped, toothed,
leathery, hairless 2 ½ - 6” leaves. Foliage is dark green and glossy above, paler
below. In spring, produces almost cylindrical white ¼” flowers in 1 ½ - 2 ½”
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axillary racemes. Matures at 3 - 6’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Leucothoe Fontanesiana Catesbaei - Catesbaei Drooping Leucothoe. Also
known as Catsbay Leucothoe. Upright, evergreen shrub with arching
branches and oblong lance shaped to ovate lance shaped, toothed, leathery,
hairless 2 ½ - 6” leaves. The foliage is dark green and glossy above, pale
underneath. In spring, produces almost cylindrical white, ¼” flowers in 1½ 2 ½” axillary racemes. Matures at 3 - 6’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Leucothoe Fontanesiana Rainbow - Rainbow Leucothoe. Upright, evergreen
shrub with arching branches and oblong lance shaped to ovate lance shaped,
toothed, leathery, hairless 2 ½ - 6” leaves. The foliage is dark, glossy green
heavily mottled cream and pink above and pale green underneath. In spring,
produces almost cylindrical white, ¼” flowers in 1 ½ - 2 ½” axillary
racemes. Matures at 5’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Liatris Spicata Kobold - Kobold Purple Blazing Star (Perennial). Perennial
with hairless stems and linear basal 12 - 16” leaves. Stem leaves are smaller
and linear. Long-lasting, pink-purple or white ½” flowerheads are borne in
dense 18 - 28” spikes in the late summer and early fall. Matures at 5’ high
by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Libocedrus Decurrens - California Incense Cedar. Also known as Calocedrus
Decurrens. Narrow-crowned, columnar, evergreen tree in cultivation, but
often with a wide crown and horizontal branches in the wild. Produces flat
sprays of linear, glossy, dark green leaves, to 3/8” with free tips. Pendent
shoots bear erect, ovoid, yellow-brown female cones that ripen red-brown.
Matures at 70 - 130’ high by 6 - 28’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Ligustrum Japonicum - Japanese Privet. Upright, dense, evergreen shrub with
ovate, glossy, very dark green 4” leaves. White flowers are produced in 6”
panicles from midsummer
to early fall and are followed by ovoid-oblong
black fruit. Matures at 10’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Ligustrum Japonicum Texanum - Wax Leaf Privet. Upright, dense, evergreen
shrub with ovate, glossy, very dark green 4” leaves. White flowers are
produced in 6” panicles from midsummer to early autumn and are followed
by ovoid-oblong black fruit. Matures at 10’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in
zones 7 - 10.
Ligustrum Ovalifolium Aureum - Golden Privet. Vigorous, upright,
evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub with oval, rich green 2 ½” leaves that has
broad, bright yellow margins. White flowers are borne in dense 4” panicles
in midsummer, followed by spherical, shiny black fruit. Matures at 12’ high by
12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Ligustrum Vicaryi - Golden Vicary Privet. Dense, bushy, semi-evergreen shrub with
broadly oval, golden yellow 3 ½” leaves. White flowers are produced in 3”
panicles in midsummer, followed by spherical, blue-black fruit. Matures at 10’
high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Ligustrum Vulgare Lodense - Lodense European Privet. Bushy, low, dense
deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub with narrowly oval to lance-shaped, dark green
2 ½” leaves. White flowers are produced in 2” panicles in early and midsummer,
followed by spherical to ovoid black fruit. Excellent plant for hedges. Matures
at 4 ½’ high by 5 - 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Ligustrum Vulgare Nana - Dwarf Common Privet. Compact, bushy, deciduous or
semi-evergreen shrub with narrowly oval to lance-shaped, dark green 2 ½” leaves.
White flowers are produced in 2” panicles in early and midsummer, followed by
spherical to ovoid black fruit. Matures at 4 - 6’ high by 4 - 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Liquidambar Styraciflua - American Sweetgum. Broadly conical deciduous tree
with young shoots that often have corky wings. Palmately 5 or 7 lobed, glossy,
mid-green 6” leaves that turn orange, red, and purple in the fall. Matures at 80’
high by 40’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Liquidambar Styraciflua Gumball - Gumball Sweetgum. Rounded, deciduous shrub
or small tree with young shoots that often have corky wings. Palmately 5 or 7
lobed, glossy, mid-green 6” leaves that turn orange, red, and purple in the fall.
Matures at 10 - 15’ high. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Liquidambar Styraciflua Moraine - Moraine Sweetgum. Upright-oval deciduous
tree that is more uniform and faster growing that the species. Young shoots that
often have corky wings. Palmately 5 or 7 lobed, glossy, dark-green 6” leaves turn
brilliant red in the fall. Matures at 80’ high by 40’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Liquidambar Styraciflua Worplesdon - Worplesdon Sweetgum. Broadly conical
deciduous tree with young shoots that often have corky wings. Palmately 5 or 7
deeply lobed, glossy, mid-green 6” leaves that turn orange, and yellow in the fall.
Matures at 80’ high by 40’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Liriodendron Tulipifera Aureo-Marginatum - Tulip Poplar. Vigorous, broadly
columnar to conical, deciduous tree with saddle-shaped, bright green 6” leaves
having broad, golden yellow margins. The leaves are squarish, and lobed at the
tips, hollowed at the bases, with a pointed lobe at each side. Cup-shaped, pale
green 2 ½” flowers, orange marked
at the bases, are produced in early summer.
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Matures at 70’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Liriodendron Tulipifera Fastigata - Columnar Tulip Poplar. Narrowly
conical, deciduous tree that has upright branches with saddle-shaped, bright
green 6” leaves. The leaves are squarish, and lobed at the tips, hollowed at
the bases, with a pointed lobe at each side. Cup-shaped, pale green 2 ½”
flowers, orange marked at the bases, are produced in early summer. Matures
at 70’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Liriope Assorted - Assorted Lily Turf. A selection will be made from the
varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 6 - 10.
Liriope Muscari Big Blue - Big Blue Lily Turf. Also known as Big Blue
Monkey Grass. Thick, tufted, evergreen, tuberous perennial with dense
clumps of linear to strap-shaped, dark green 8 - 10” leaves. From early to
late autumn, purple-green stems bear dense spikes of bright violet-mauve 1/4
- 3/8” flowers. Matures at 8 - 10” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in
zones 6 - 10.
Liriope Muscari Silvery Sunproof - Silver Variegated Lily Turf (Ornamental
Grass). Thick, tufted, evergreen, tuberous perennial with dense clumps of
linear to strap-shaped, variegated light green 8 - 10” leaves. From early to
late autumn, purple-green stems bear dense spikes of bright violet-mauve 1/4
- 3/8” flowers. Matures at 8 - 10” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 10.
Liriope Muscari Variegata - Variegated Lily Turf. Also known as Variegated
Monkey Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Thick, tufted, evergreen, tuberous
perennial with dense clumps of linear to strap-shaped, dark green 8 - 10”
leaves that are cream-yellow-edged. From early to late autumn, purplegreen stems bear dense spikes of bright violet-mauve 1/4 - 3/8” flowers.
Matures at 8 - 10” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 10.
Lithospermum Diffusum Grace Ward - Grace Ward Azure-Blue Lithodora.
Low, trailing, many-branched, evergreen shrub with narrowly oblong, hairy,
dark green ½ - 1 ½”
leaves. In late spring and summer, bears abundant,
long-lasting, azure-blue ½” flowers
in terminal cymes. Matures at 3”
high by 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Lonicera Assorted - Assorted Honeysuckle. A selection will be made from the
varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Lonicera Assorted Bush - Assorted Bush Honeysuckle. A selection will be made
from the varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Lonicera Gold Flame - Gold Flame Pink Honeysuckle. Deciduous or semievergreen, twining climber with paired, oblong to oval or elliptic, dark green 2 ½”
leaves. Bears bright pink outside, orange-yellow inside 1 ½” flowers that are
tubular 2-lipped and fragrant. Flowers are sometimes followed by red berries.
Matures at 15 feet.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Lonicera Japonica Aureoreticulata - Variegated Purple-White Japanese
Honeysuckle. Vigorous, woody, evergreen or semi-evergreen, twining climber
with paired, broadly elliptic to ovate, sometimes deeply lobed, dark green 3”
leaves that are attractively veined yellow. Tubular, 2-lipped, very fragrant, often
purple-flushed, white 1 ½” flowers aging to yellow, are borne in pairs from the
leaf axils over a long period from spring to late summer, followed by blue-black
berries. Matures at 30’.
Hardy in zones 4 - 10.
Lonicera Japonica Halliana - Halls Pure White Honeysuckle. Vigorous, woody,
evergreen or semi evergreen, twining climber with paired, broadly elliptic to ovate,
sometimes deeply lobed, dark green 3” leaves. Bears tubular, 2-lipped, very
fragrant, pure white 1 ½” flowers that age to dark yellow. Flowers are borne over
a long period from spring to late summer. Matures at 30 feet. Hardy in zones 4 10.
Lonicera Japonica Purpurea - Purple Honeysuckle. Vigorous, woody, evergreen or
semi evergreen, twining climber with paired, broadly elliptic to ovate, sometimes
deeply lobed, dark green 3” leaves. Bears tubular, 2-lipped, very fragrant,
lavender 1 ½” flowers. Flowers are borne over a long period from spring to late
summer. Matures at 30 feet. Hardy in zones 4 - 10.
Lonicera Mandarin - Mandarin Honeysuckle.
Lonicera Pileata - Privet Creamy White Honeysuckle. Dense, spreading, evergreen
shrub with paired, ovate-oblong to oblong-lance-shaped, glossy, dark green 1 ¼”
leaves. Funnel shaped, 5 lobed, creamy white 3/8” flowers are borne in pairs from
the leaf axils in late spring followed by violet-purple berries. Matures at 24” high
by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Lonicera Sempervirens Magnifica - Trumpet Red-Orange Honeysuckle. Also
known as Coral Honeysuckle. Woody, deciduous or evergreen, twining climber
with paired, oval or obovate 3” leaves that are dark green above and blue-green
beneath. Tubular 2” rich scarlet-orange outside, yellowish orange inside. Flowers
are produced in terminal whorls in summer and autumn. Matures at 12 feet.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
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Lonicera X Bella Dropmore - Bella Dropmore White Honeysuckle. Upright,
deciduous shrub with paired, ovate, pointed, mid-green 2” leaves. Axillary
pairs of tubular, 5 lobed, white ½ - 1 ¼” flowers are produced in summer.
Matures at 8’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Lonicera X Brownii Dropmore Scarlet - Brown’s Dropmore Scarlet
Honeysuckle. Deciduous or semi-evergreen, twining climber with paired,
ovate, blue-green 3” leaves. Bears terminal whorls of tubular, 2-lipped,
slightly fragrant bright scarlet 1 1/2” flowers over a long period. Matures at
12 feet. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Lonicera X Heckrottii - Goldflame Honeysuckle. Deciduous or semievergreen, twining climber with paired, oblong to oval or elliptic, dark green
2 ½” leaves, that are blue green beneath, with the upper pairs united.
Tubular, 2-lipped, fragrant 1 ½” flowers that are pink outside, orange-yellow
inside. Flowers are borne in terminal whorls during the summer and are
sometimes followed by red berries. Matures at 15’.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Lupinus Polyphyllus Chandelier - Chandelier Yellow Lupine (Perennial).
Erect growing perennial with 13 - 15 palmate leaves, composed of lanceshaped, hairless, mid-green 6” leaflets. Clump-forming perennial producing
20” racemes of ½” pea-like, yellow flowers in early and midsummer.
Matures at 36” high by 30” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Lupinus Polyphyllus Chatelaine - Chatelaine Pink-White Lupine (Perennial).
Erect growing perennial with 13 - 15 palmate leaves, composed of lanceshaped, hairless, mid-green 6” leaflets. Clump-forming perennial producing
20” racemes of ½” pea-like, bicolored, pink and white flowers in early and
midsummer. Matures at 36” high by 30” wide.
Hardy in zones 5
- 8.
Lupinus Polyphyllus Red Flame - Red Flame Lupine (Perennial). Erect
growing perennial with 13 - 15 palmate leaves, composed of lance-shaped,
hairless, mid-green 6” leaflets. Clump-forming perennial producing 20”
racemes of ½” pea-like, red flowers in early and midsummer. Matures at
36” high by 30” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Lupinus Polyphyllus The Governor - The Governor Blue-White Lupine
(Perennial). Erect growing perennial with 13 - 15 palmate leaves, composed
of lance-shaped, hairless, mid-green 6” leaflets. Clump-forming perennial
producing 20” racemes of ½” pea-like, bicolored, deep blue and white
flowers in early and midsummer. Matures at 36” high by 30” wide. Hardy
Lupinus Russell Hybrid Blue - Russell Hybrid Blue Lupine (Perennial). Dwarf
perennials producing spikes of large, pea-like, blue flowers in early and
midsummer. Matures at
30 - 36”. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Lupinus Russell Hybrid Pink - Pink Russell Hybrid Pink Lupine (Perennial). Dwarf
perennials producing spikes of large, pea-like, pink flowers in early and
midsummer. Matures at 30 - 36”. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Lupinus Russell Hybrid Red - Russell Hybrid Red Lupine (Perennial). Dwarf
perennials producing spikes of large, pea-like, red flowers in early and
midsummer. Matures at
30 - 36”. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Lupinus Russell Hybrid Yellow - Russell Hybrid Yellow Lupine (Perennial). Dwarf
perennials producing spikes of large, pea-like, yellow flowers in early and
midsummer. Matures at 30 - 36”. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Magnolia Acuminata - Cucumber Tree. Vigorous, conical, deciduous tree with ovate
to elliptic or oblong-ovate 10” leaves. The leaves are dark green above, lighter
and softly hairy beneath. In late spring and early summer, produces small, cup
shaped, yellow-green or glaucous green 3 ½” flowers. Matures at 70’ high by
30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Magnolia Acuminata Golden Glow - Golden Glow Cucumber Tree. Slow growing,
conical, deciduous tree with ovate to elliptic or oblong-ovate 10” leaves. The
leaves are dark green above, lighter and softly hairy beneath. In late spring and
early summer, produces small, cupshaped, golden-yellow 3 ½” flowers. Matures
at 20’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Magnolia Acuminata Koban Dori - Koban Dori Cucumber Tree. Slow growing,
dainty, pyramidal, deciduous tree with ovate to elliptic or oblong-ovate 10”
leaves. The leaves are dark green above, lighter and softly hairy beneath. In
late spring and early summer, produces small, cupshaped, canary yellow-green 3
½” flowers. Matures at 20’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Magnolia Apollo - Apollo Magnolia. Flowers are deep violet outside and paler inside
turning to deep-rose pink. Flowers are star like and have a rich and fruity
fragrance. Deciduous plant will flower as early as two years old.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Magnolia Athene - Athene Magnolia. Upright, tall deciduous tree. Flowers are
heavy textured petals that are white with violet pink overtones. This gives a
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bicolor effect to
a very fragrant bloom. Blooms at very early age.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Magnolia Atlas - Atlas Magnolia. Gigantic 1’ cup-shaped, lilac pink blooms
with a creamy white interior. Flowers have an attractive fragrance. Trees
bloom at an early age. Plant forms a round headed, deciduous tree. Matures
at 20’.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Magnolia Campbellii Alba Strybing White - Strybing White Magnolia.
Vigorous, conical then spreading deciduous tree with elliptic-ovate to
oblong-elliptic, mid-green 10” leaves. Cup and saucer-shaped, white 12”
flowers, with up to 16 petals, are borne from late winter to spring before the
leaves. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Magnolia Denudata - Yulan Magnolia. Spreading, deciduous tree with
obovate, mid-green 6” leaves. Cup-shaped white 6” flowers tinged pale
yellow green when opening, are borne in the spring before the leaves.
Matures at 30’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Denudata Forrest Pink - Forrest Pink Yulan Magnolia. Spreading,
deciduous tree with obovate, mid-green 6” leaves. Cup-shaped pink 6”
flowers tinged pale yellow green when opening. Flowers are borne in the
spring before the leaves. Matures at 30’ high
by 30’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Grandiflora - Southern Magnolia. Dense, broadly conical,
evergreen tree with narrowly elliptic to broadly ovate, leathery, glossy, dark
green 8” leaves, with paler green and often rust-hairy undersides. Large,
cup-shaped, fragrant, creamy white 10” flowers, that has 9 - 12 petals and
are produced from midsummer to fall. Matures at 20 - 60’ high by 50’
wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Magnolia Grandiflora Edith Bogue - Edith Bogue Southern Magnolia. Dense,
conical, evergreen tree with narrowly elliptic to broadly ovate, leathery,
glossy, dark green 8” leaves, with paler green and often rust-hairy
undersides. Large, cup-shaped, fragrant, creamy white 10” flowers, that
has 9 - 12 petals and are produced from midsummer to fall. Matures at 30’
high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Magnolia Grandiflora Victoria - Victoria Southern Magnolia. Considered
among the hardiest of the Grandiflora, this plant is a dense, broadly conical,
evergreen tree. Foliage is narrowly elliptic to broadly ovate, leathery,
glossy, dark green 8” leaves, with brown pubescent undersides. Large, cupshaped, fragrant, creamy white 10” flowers, that has 9 - 12 petals and are
produced from midsummer to fall. Matures at 20’ high by 15’ wide.
Magnolia Heaven Scent - Heaven Scent Magnolia. Spreading, deciduous tree or
large shrub with broadly elliptic, glossy, mid-green 8” leaves. Bears gobletshaped, fragrant 5” flowers with 9 - 12 petals, pink outside and white inside, from
mid spring to early summer. Matures at 30’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 9.
Magnolia Iolanthe - Iolanthe Magnolia. Vigorous, upright, deciduous tree with
obovate, mid-green 10” leaves. From an early age, very large, cup-shaped 10”
flowers that are rose-pink outside and creamy white inside, and are borne in mid
spring. Matures at 40’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 6- 9.
Magnolia Kobus - Kobus Magnolia. Broadly conical, deciduous tree with narrowly
obovate, often puckered, aromatic, mid-green 8” leaves. Goblet to saucer-shaped,
fragrant white 4” flowers that are occasionally flushed pink at the bases. Flowers
are borne profusely in mid-spring. Matures at 40’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Kosteri Anne - Kosteri Anne Magnolia. Open, deciduous, shrub with
obovate to elliptic-ovate, dark green 4 - 7” leaves. Foliage is softly hairy above.
Goblet-shaped, deep purple-red 5” flowers with 7 - 9 petals, that are produced in
mid spring. Matures at 8 - 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Magnolia Kosteri Betty - Kosteri Betty Magnolia. Vigorous, rounded, deciduous
shrub with broadly ovate, mid-green 6” leaves. In mid spring, bears large, cupshaped 8” flowers, with up to 19 petals, purple-red outside and white inside.
Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Liliflora Ann - Ann Lily Magnolia. Bushy, deciduous shrub with elliptic to
obovate, dark green 8” leaves. Goblet shaped, deep purple-red flowers in mid to
late March and intermittently into the fall. Matures at 8 - 10’ high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Liliflora Jane - Jane Lily Magnolia. Bushy, deciduous shrub with elliptic
to obovate, dark green 8” leaves. Goblet shaped, flowers that are reddish-purple
outside and white inside, opening in early summer and intermittently into the fall.
Matures at 8 - 10’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Liliflora Nigra - Nigra Lily Magnolia. Bushy, deciduous shrub with
elliptic to obovate, dark green 8” leaves. Goblet shaped, dark purple-red flowers
in early summer and intermittently into the fall. Matures at 8 - 10’ high by 8’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Liliflora Susan - Susan Lily Magnolia. Upright deciduous shrub bearing
ovate, mid-green 6” leaves. In mid spring, narrowly goblet-shaped, fragrant, 6”
flowers with usually slightly twisted petals. Flower emerge from a slender, dark
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red-purple bud, the flower petals are purple-red on the outside and paler
inside. Matures at 12’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia X Loebneri Leonard Messel - Leonard Messel Magnolia. Small,
slender-branched, rounded, upright, deciduous tree or large shrub, with
narrowly obovate, mid-green 4 - 6” leaves. Star-shaped, fragrant, pale lilacpink 3 - 5” flowers borne in mid spring. Matures at 25’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia X Loebneri Merrill - Merrill White Magnolia. Vigorous, erect, and
compact, deciduous shrub with elliptic to obovate, dark green 8” leaves.
Flowers are goblet shaped, becoming star shaped with 15 broad white petals.
Flowers in early summer and intermittently into the fall. Matures at 25’
high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Manchu Fan - Manchu Fan Magnolia. Spreading, deciduous tree or
shrub with obovate, mid-green 8” leaves. In late spring, bears large, gobletshaped, creamy white 5” flowers across, each with 9 petals, the inner ones
flushed purple-pink at the bases. Matures at 20’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy
in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Milky Way - Milky Way Magnolia. Erect, rounded headed
deciduous tree. Blooms in mid-spring. Blooms are icy-white shaded rosepink towards the flower base. The floral cup is pure white inside and
fragrant. Blooms at an early age. Matures at 15’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy
in zones 7 - 9.
Magnolia Ruby - Ruby Magnolia. Rich ruby red goblets of large flowers. The
heavy textured tepals have a fine white picotee edge and pure white
interior. Has a nice fragrance. Deciduous plant grows to about 15’ at
maturity. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Serene - Serene Magnolia. Strong growing form with large, deep
rose, bowl shaped flowers. Flowers are upright on stem and plants bloom
at an early age. Deciduous plant matures at 15’. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Magnolia Sieboldii - Sieboldii Magnolia. Spreading, deciduous shrub with
oblong to ovate-elliptic 6” leaves, dark green above, gray-green and downy
beneath. From late spring to late summer, bears cupshaped, slightly
nodding, fragrant white 4” flowers with 12 petals and crimson anthers.
Matures at 25’ high by 40’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Soulangiana - Saucer Magnolia. Variable, deciduous shrub or
spreading tree with obovate, dark green 8” leaves. Large, goblet-shaped,
fragrant 3 - 6” flowers varying from deep rose-pink to violet-purple or pure
white are borne in mid and late spring, before and with the young leaves.
Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Soulangiana Alexandriana - Alexandriana Magnolia. Variable, upright,
deciduous shrub or small tree with obovate, dark green 8” leaves. Large, saucershaped, fragrant 4” white flowers, purple-flushed outside, giving and overall rose
pink effect, borne in mid and late spring, before and with the young leaves.
Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Soulangiana Lennei - Lennei Saucer Magnolia. Variable, deciduous shrub
or spreading tree with obovate, dark green 8” leaves. Large, goblet-shaped,
fragrant 8” flowers that are purple-pink and white within and are borne in mid and
late spring, before and with the young leaves. Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Soulangiana Rustica Rubra - Rustica Rubra Saucer Magnolia.
Deciduous shrub or spreading tree with obovate, dark green 8” leaves. Deeply,
goblet-shaped, fragrant 4 - 5” flowers that are dark purplish red with milky white
within and are borne in mid and late spring, before and with the young leaves.
Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Soulangiana San Jose - San Jose Saucer Magnolia. Deciduous shrub or
spreading tree with obovate, dark green 8” leaves. Large, goblet-shaped, fragrant
4 - 5” flowers that are creamy white flushed dark pink outside and are borne in
mid and late spring, before and with the young leaves. Matures at 20’ high by 20’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Soulangiana Sayonara - Sayonara Saucer Magnolia. Deciduous shrub or
spreading tree with obovate, dark green 8” leaves. Large, goblet-shaped, fragrant
3 - 6” flowers pure white with a hint of purple at the base and are borne in early
spring, before and with the young leaves. Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Spectrum - Spectrum Magnolia. Strong growing form with large, deeprose, bowl shaped flowers. Flowers are upright on stem and plants bloom at an
early age. Deciduous plant matures at 15’. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Magnolia Stellata - Star White Magnolia. Compact, bushy then spreading, deciduous
shrub with obovate, oblong to inversely lance-shaped, mid-green 4” leaves. Silky
buds open to star-shaped, mostly erect, fragrant, pure white, sometimes faintly
pink-flushed 5” flowers that are borne profusely in early and mid spring, before
the leaves. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Stellata Hybrid Pink - Star Pink Magnolia. Compact, bushy then
spreading, deciduous shrub with obovate, oblong to inversely lance-shaped, midgreen 4” leaves. Silky buds open to star-shaped, mostly erect, fragrant, pink 5”
flowers that are borne profusely in early and mid spring, before the leaves. Hardy
in zones 5 - 9.
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with pinnate, bright green 12” leaves with up to 9 obliquely ovate, spiny-toothed
leaflets, often
turning red-purple in winter. Yellow flowers are borne in
densely clustered 3” racemes in spring, followed by spherical blue-black
berries. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Stellata King Rose - King Rose Magnolia. Compact, bushy then
spreading, deciduous shrub with obovate, oblong to inversely lance-shaped,
mid-green 4” leaves. Silky buds open to star-shaped, mostly erect,
fragrant, blush pink outside, pink in bud 5” flowers that have between 22 25 petals. Matures at 10’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Stellata Royal Star - Royal Star Magnolia. Compact, bushy then
spreading, deciduous shrub with obovate, oblong to inversely lance-shaped,
mid-green 4” leaves. Silky faintly pink buds open to star-shaped, mostly
erect, fragrant, pure white 5” flowers which has 15 petals. Flowers are borne
profusely in early and mid spring, before the leaves. Matures at 10’ high by
12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Stellata Waterlily - Waterlily Magnolia. Compact, bushy then
spreading, deciduous shrub with obovate, oblong to inversely lanceshaped, mid-green 4” leaves. Silky buds open to mostly erect, fragrant,
pure white 5” flowers which have 32 petals. Flowers are borne profusely in
early and mid spring, before the leaves. Matures at 10’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Magnolia Sundance - Sundance Magnolia. The flower of this Magnolia is
yellow and 8” across. Vigorous growing, deciduous plant bearing blooms in
about 4 years from cuttings. Matures at 15’. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Virginiana - Sweet Bay Magnolia. Conical to irregularly spreading,
deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub or small tree with elliptic to ovate,
glossy, bright green 6” leaves, glaucous beneath. From early summer to
early autumn, produces almost spherical, deeply cup-shaped, strongly lemon
and rose scented 2 ½” flowers with 6 - 9 creamy white petals, fading to
yellow with age. Matures at 28’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Magnolia Vulcan - Vulcan Magnolia. Wide heavy fleshy-textured blooms with
brilliant ruby-red coloring. Almost 11” blooms make this one of the most
interesting new Magnolias on the market. Deciduous plant blooms at an
early age and grows to 18’.
Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Magnolia X Galaxy - Galaxy Magnolia. Fast-growing, broadly conical,
deciduous tree with obovate, mid-green 8” leaves. Large, goblet-shaped,
rich purple-pink 5” flowers are borne in mid spring, before the leaves.
Flowers when young. Matures at 40’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 9.
Mahonia Aquifolium - Oregon Grapeholly. Open, suckering, evergreen shrub
Mahonia Aquifolium Compacta - Compact Oregon Grapeholly. Open, suckering,
evergreen shrub with pinnate, bright green 12” leaves with up to 9 obliquely ovate,
spiny-toothed leaflets, often turning bronze in winter. Yellow flowers are borne in
densely clustered 3” racemes in spring, followed by spherical blue-black berries.
Matures at 2 - 3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Mahonia Aquifolium Mayhan - Mayhan Dwarf Oregon Grapeholly. Open,
suckering, evergreen shrub with pinnate, bright green 12” leaves with 7 aligned
obliquely ovate, spiny-toothed leaflets, often turning bronze in winter. Yellow
flowers are borne in densely clustered 3” racemes in spring, followed by
spherical blue-black berries.
Matures at 30 - 42” high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Mahonia Japonica Bealei - Leatherleaf Mahonia. Erect, evergreen shrub with thick,
upright branches and pinnate, blue-green 18” leaves, with up to 19 sharply
toothed, ovate-oblong to lance-shaped leaflets. Fragrant, pale yellow flowers are
produced in upright 4” racemes from late autumn to early spring, followed by
ovoid, blue-purple berries. Matures at 6’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Mahonia Nervosa - Cascades Mahonia. Dwarf, suckering, evergreen shrub with
pinnate, glossy, dark green 24” leaves, with up to 23 ovate-oblong to lanceshaped leaflets, often red-purple in winter. Bears yellow flowers in dense 8”
racemes in late spring and early summer, followed by spherical, blue-black berries.
Matures at 18” high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Mahonia Repens - Creeping Oregon Grapeholly. Upright, suckering, evergreen
shrub bearing pinnate, matte green 10” leaves with up to 7 pointed, ovate, wavymargined, sharply toothed leaflets. Dark yellow flowers are borne in dense,
upright 3” racemes
in mid and late spring followed by spherical, blue-black
berries. Matures at 12” high
by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Malus Fruiting Assorted - Assorted Apple Tree. A selection will be made from the
varieties that will do best in your area.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Fruiting Espalier - Espalier Apple Tree. Assorted fruiting Apple Trees that
are trained as an espalier. A selection will be made from the varieties that will do
best in your area. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Camelot - Camelot Flowering Crabapple.
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Malus Coralburst - Coralburst Rose-Pink Flowering Crabapple. Dwarf,
rounded deciduous shrub or standard-grafted tree with small, dark green 2”
leaves. In mid spring, bears coral-pink buds that open to double rose-pink
flowers. Flowers are followed by reddish orange 1/2” fruit. Matures a t 8 10’ high by 8 - 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Donald Wyman - Donald Wyman White Flowering Crabapple. Large,
deciduous, spreading tree with glossy, dark green 3” leaves. In mid spring, 1
3/4” single white flowers are produced, opening from red to pink buds.
Flowers are followed by abundant, persistent, lustrous, bright red 1/2” fruit.
Matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Floribunda - Japanese Pink Flowering Crabapple. Dense, spreading
deciduous tree with ovate, sometimes lobed, dark green 3” leaves. Pale
pink, fragrant 1 1/2” flowers are produced in mid and late spring, opening
from red buds. Small, pea-like 3/4” yellow fruit follows. This is one of the
best crabapples. Matures at 25’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Malus Hamlet - Hamlet Flowering Crabapple.
Malus Indian Summer - Indian Summer Rose-Red Flowering Crabapple.
Globe-shaped deciduous tree with oblate, mid-green 3” leaves. In mid
spring, bears rose-red 1 1/2” flowers that are followed by bright red 3/4”
fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Klehm’s Improved Bechtel - Klehm’s Improved Pink Flowering
Crabapple. Small, deciduous tree with double pink, fragrant blooms. The
fruit is sparse. Good disease resistance. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Malus Pink Princess - Pink Princess Flowering Crabapple. Low spreading
deciduous tree with reddish spring 3” foliage that turns reddish green in the
summer. Rose-pink single flowers are borne in spring, followed by 1/4”
deep red fruit. Matures at 15’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Prairifire - Prairifire Red Crabapple. Upright deciduous tree, becoming
rounded with age, with ovate, reddish maroon 3” leaves that mature to dark
green. In mid spring, red buds open to dark pinkish red flowers, followed by
persistent, dark red-purple 3/8” fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Red Jade - Red Jade Weeping Pink Crabapple. Weeping deciduous tree
with ovate, tapered, glossy, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. White or pink-flushed
flowers are borne from red buds
in late spring, followed by ovoid, glossy
bright red ½” fruit. Matures at 12’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Red Jewel - Red Jewel White Flowering Crabapple. Medium sized, rounded
deciduous tree with horizontal branching. Offers 1 1/2” single, white flowers in
late spring, that become 1/2” bright cherry red fruit which holds its color until mid
December. Matures at 15’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Robinson - Robinson Crabapple. Upright, spreading deciduous tree,
becoming rounded with age, with ovate, dark green 3” leaves. In mid spring,
crimson buds open to deep pink flowers, followed by persistent, dark red 3/8”
fruit. Matures at 25’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Royalty - Royalty Crimson-Red Flowering Crabapple. Spreading deciduous
tree with ovate, dark red-purple 4” leaves. Leaves retain their color well until
turning red in the fall. Bears crimson-red 1 1/2” flowers in mid and late spring,
that are followed by dark red 1/2” fruit. Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Sargentii - Sargentii White Flowering Crabapple. Spreading deciduous shrub
or small tree with ovate or 3 lobed, dark green 3” leaves. Abundant white 1 1/2”
flowers open from red buds in late spring. Offers long lasting 3/8” dark red fruit.
Matures at 10’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Malus Sargentii Tina - Tina Sargent White Flowering Crabapple. Dwarf, Spreading,
deciduous shrub or small tree with ovate or 3 lobed, dark green 3” leaves. Offers
abundant, white 1 1/2” flowers which open from red buds in late spring. Offers
long lasting 3/8” dark red fruit. Matures at 5’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 8.
Malus Snowdrift - Snowdrift White Crabapple. Dense, rounded, deciduous tree with
elliptic to ovate, glossy, dark green 4” leaves. Abundant white flowers open from
pink buds in late spring, followed by long-lasting, glossy, orange-red ½” fruit.
Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Spring Snow - Spring Snow White Crabapple. Dense, upright tree with oval,
bright green 1 ¼ - 3” leaves. Abundant fragrant white flowers are borne in late
spring. Fruits are seldom produced. Matures at 25’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
Malus Sugar Tyme - Sugar Tyme White Flowering Crabapple. Vigorous, upright
oval-shaped deciduous tree with ovate 3” mid-green leaves. In mid spring, bears
pale pink buds that open to fragrant white 1 1/2” flowers, followed by abundant,
persistent 1/2” red fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Malus X Zumi Calocarpa - Zumi White Crabapple. Upright, pyramidal to rounded
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tree, sometimes irregularly mound-shaped, with ovate, frequently deeply
lobed, dark
green 3 ½” leaves. Bears white flowers, pink in bud, in
late spring, followed by long-lasting, cherry-like, bright red ½” fruit.
Matures at 28’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Mandevillea Suaveolens - Chilean White Jasmine. Vigorous, freely branching,
woody-stemmed, twining climber. Ovate to oblong 2 - 4” leaves, have
heart-shaped bases and slender-pointed tips, lustrous, rich green above
and purple or gray-green beneath. From summer to early autumn, bears
racemes of 5 - 15 tubular, strongly fragrant, pure white or creamy white 2
- 3 ½” flowers with broad, rounded, often crimped petal lobes. Matures at
10 -15’. Hardy to 40 degrees F, will tolerate brief periods to 32 degrees F.
Mandevillea X Amabilis Alice Du Pont - Alice Du Pont Pink Chilean Jasmine.
Woody-stemmed, twining climber bearing elliptic-oblong to ovate-oblong,
slightly wrinkled, mid to deep green 3 ½ - 7” leaves with short points.
Racemes of up to 20 narrowly funnel-shaped, glowing pink 3 - 4” pink
flowers that are freely produced in summer. Matures at 22 feet. Hardiness,
should be treated as a houseplant, very soft.
Melica Altissima Atropurpurea - Purple Siberian Melick. (Ornamental Grass)
Tufted, perennial grass with creeping rhizomes and pointed, linear, pale to
mid-green, rough surfaced 4 - 9” leaves. In summer, deep purple spikelets
are produced in erect, one
sided 4 - 10” panicles with densely flowered
tips. Matures at 2 - 5’ high by 16 - 32” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Metasequoia Glyptostroboides - Dawn Redwood. Conical tree with ascending
branches and fibrous, orange-brown bark, and often deeply fluted,
“buttressed” trunks. Soft, spreading leaves are bright fresh green ½” long on
mature trees, ¾” on seedlings with 2 light green bands beneath. Deciduous
shoots are green, without growth buds, permanent shoots, bearing growth
buds, are pink-brown, later becoming brown. Matures at 70’ high by 15’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 10.
Metasequoia Glyptostroboides Sheridan Spire - Sheridan Spire Redwood.
Conical, deciduous tree with ascending branches and fibrous, orange-brown
bark, and often deeply fluted, “buttressed” trunks. Soft, spreading leaves are
bright fresh green ½” long on mature trees, ¾” on seedlings with 2 light
green bands beneath. Deciduous shoots are green, without growth buds,
permanent shoots, bearing growth buds, are pink-brown, later becoming
brown. Fall foliage color is orange-brown. Matures at 70’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 10.
Microbiota Decussata - Russian Cypress. Spreading coniferous shrub with
green shoots, later turning red-brown in the fall. Flat sprays of bright midgreen 1/8” leaves, that are paler below and in symmetrical pairs. Matures
at 12’ high by 10 - 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Miscanthus Floridulus - Giant Chinese Silver Grass. (Ornamental Grass).
Deciduous or evergreen, slowly spreading, clump-forming, perennial grass with
sturdy, upright stems and downward-arching, linear, glaucous pale green 36”
leaves that have silver midribs. Erect pyramidal 20” panicles of silvery spikelets
are produced in autumn. Matures
at 8 - 10’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Miscanthus Floridulus Little Big Man - Dwarf Chinese Silver Grass. (Ornamental
Grass). Deciduous or evergreen, slowly spreading, clump-forming, perennial
grass with sturdy, upright stems and downward-arching, linear, glaucous pale
green 36” leaves that have silver midribs. Erect pyramidal 20” panicles of silvery
spikelets are produced in autumn. Matures at 4 - 5’ high by 4 - 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Arabesque - Arabesque Silver Grass (Ornamental Grass).
Miscanthus Sinensis - Strictus Grass. (Ornamental Grass). Also known as Chinese
Silver Grass. Deciduous, clump-forming, perennial grass with erect stems and
mostly basal, flat, erect or arching, linear, blue-green 4’ leaves. Pyramidal 16”
panicles of silky-hairy, pale gray spikelets, tinted maroon or purple-brown are
produced in autumn. Matures at 12’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Cabaret - Cabaret Variegated Japanese Silver Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) Deciduous clump-forming, perennial grass with erect stems
and mostly basal, flat, broad, erect or arching linear, mid-green leaves with
conspicuous white stripes. Pyramidal 16” panicles of silky-hairy, pale gray
spikelets, tinted maroon or purple-brown are produced in autumn. Matures at 6’
high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Condensatus - Purple Blooming Japanese Silver Grass.
(Ornamental Grass). Deciduous, clump-forming, perennial grass with erect stems
and mostly basal, flat, erect or arching, linear, blue-green 4’ leaves. Pyramidal
16” panicles of silky-hairy, purple-gray spikelets are produced in autumn.
Matures at 6’ high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Gacillimus - Maiden Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Deciduous,
clump-forming, perennial grass with erect stems that have very narrow, curved 4’
leaves with white midribs becoming bronzed in the autumn. Pyramidal 16”
panicles of silky-hairy, pale gray spikelets, tinted maroon or purple-brown are
produced in autumn. Matures at 4 ½’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Graziella - Graziella Japanese Silver Grass. (Ornamental
Grass) Deciduous, clump-forming, perennial grass with erect stems that have
very narrow, curved 4’ leaves with a white center stripe angle from green stems.
Pyramidal 16” panicles of silky-hairy, silvery-white plumes are produced in late
summer and cascade from tall stems. Matures at 4 ½’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in
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by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Kirk Alexander - Kirk Alexander Dwarf Porcupine
Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Wonderfully down sized version of Porcupine
grass, providing the soft yellow banded leaves and spiky foliage on a scale
suitable for smaller gardens. Copper blooms are offered in late fall.
Matures at 4 - 5’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Variegatus - Variegated Maiden Grass. (Ornamental Grass).
Deciduous, clump-forming, perennial grass with erect stems that have narrow 6’
leaves with creamy white and pale green longitudinal bands. Pyramidal 16”
panicles of silky-hairy, pale gray spikelets, tinted maroon or purple-brown, are
produced in autumn. Matures at 6’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Malepartus - Malepartus Japanese Silver Grass.
(Ornamental Grass). Large purple flowers open in early fall, high above the
angular foliage. The smooth tassels weep softly to one side, mellowing to
silvery bronze in late fall. Matures at 5’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Variegatus Strictus - Porcupine Grass. (Ornamental Grass)
Horizontal gold bands adorn the upright green leaves topped with coppery plumes
in the fall. Matures at 6 - 8’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Morning Light - Morning Light Silver Variegated
Maiden Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Very narrow leaves highlighted with
silvery white stripes along the edges and the center. Red-bronze fall blooms.
Matures at 4’ high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis November Sunset - November Sunset Japanese Silver
Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Reddish bronze tassels open in early fall just
above the foliage, creating a frothy icing on the upright stems and green
leaves. Late fall foliage color is a glowing yellow-orange. Matures at 6 - 7’
high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Purpurascens - Flame Grass. (Ornamental Grass)
Foliage turns purplish green, with pink midribs, in summer and develops
iridescent reds and orange
to purple tones in the fall. Matures at 3-4’
high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Sarabande - Sarabande Striped Silver Grass.
(Ornamental Grass). A shining silvery stripe fills the center of each narrow,
dark green leaf. A glittering contrast of light and dark. Matures at 4’ high
by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Silberfeder - Silver Feather Maiden Grass. (Ornamental
Grass). Deciduous, slow spreading, clump-forming, perennial grass with
erect stems and mostly basal, flat, erect or arching, linear, blue-green 4’
leaves. Free flowering, bearing silvery to pale pinkish brown panicles in
early and mid autumn, remaining through winter. Matures at 8’ high.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Transmorrisonensis - Formosa Maiden Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) An exotic cousin whose purple-bronze blooms appear
in late summer, high over the gracefully arching leaves. The flowers ripen
to shining white tassels on elegantly weeping stems. Matures at 5 - 6’ high
Miscanthus Sinensis Yaku Jima - Dwarf Japanese Miscanthus. (Ornamental Grass)
A dwarf miscanthus featuring finely textured leaves and reddish golden tassels.
Matures
at 4 - 5’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Miscanthus Sinensis Zebrinus - Zebra Grass. Large translucent golden bands on
gracefully curved green leaves. Red purple blooms. Matures at 6 - 8’ high by 4’
wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Miscanthus Yakushimensis - Yakushima Dwarf Maiden Grass. (Ornamental
Grass). Dense, clump-forming, deciduous, perennial grass with narrowly linear
24” leaves. The leaves are light green, with silver pink midribs, and turn yellow in
autumn. Slender, open, conical or fan-shaped silvery 20” panicles that are
produced in late summer and early autumn. Matures at 24 - 30” high by 30” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Molinia Caerulea - Purple Moor Grass. (Ornamental Grass). Tufted perennial with
dense clumps of flat, linear-oblong, mid-green 18” leaves with purple bases. From
spring to fall, bears dense, narrow 16” panicles of purple spikelets on yellowtinted stems. Matures at 5’ high by 6” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Molinia Caerulea Arundinacea Sky Racer - Sky Racer Tall Purple Moor Grass.
(Ornamental Grass). Tufted perennial with dense clumps of flat, linear-oblong,
mid-green 3’ leaves with purple bases. Foliage turns clear gold in the fall. From
spring to fall, bears dense, narrow 16” panicles of purple spikelets on yellow-tinted
stems. Matures at 7’ high by 6” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Molinia Caerulea Arundinacea Tempest - Tempest Tall Purple Moor Grass.
(Ornamental Grass). A new form, that has the upper third of the broad leaves
stained deep purple-red, providing a rich contrast to the 5 - 6’ flowers. Matures at
5 - 6’ high by 6” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Molinia Caerulea Variegata - Variegated Purple Moor Grass. (Ornamental Grass).
Tufted and compact, with dark green cream-striped leaves, ochre stems, and
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purple spikelets. Matures at 18 - 24” high by 6” wide. Hardy in zones 5 9.
Morus Alba Lingan - Lingan White Mulberry. Spreading deciduous tree with
leathery, lustrous, bright green, ovate to heart-shaped 8” leaves that turn
yellow in the fall. Fast growing, non-fruiting variety that is drought resistant
and somewhat salt resistant. Matures at 30’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Nandina Domestica Atropurpurea Nana - Dwarf Purpurea Nandina. A rather
upright, stiff, compact form that grows about 2’ high. Evergreen foliage is usually
yellow-green tinged with reddish purple throughout the growing season becoming
uniformly red with the advent of cold weather. Matures at 18” high by 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Morus Alba Pendula Chaparral - Weeping Mulberry Tree. Weeping
deciduous tree with ovate to heart-shaped, sometimes lobed, glossy, bright
green 8” leaves that turn yellow in the fall. Non fruiting , bright green
leafed, weeping type, usually grafted on standard. Matures at 10’ high by 15’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Nandina Domestica Compacta - Dwarf Heavenly Bamboo. Also known as Harbour
Dwarf. Compact evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub with upright shoots and
pinnate to 3-pinnate leaves, with lance-shaped leaflets, red to reddish purple when
young and in winter. In midsummer, bears conical panicles to 6” long, of small,
star shaped white ½” flowers that have large yellow anthers. The flowers are
followed by long lasting, spherical, bright red 3/8” fruit. Matures at 1½ -2’ high
by 2’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Morus Fruitless Upright - Fruitless Mulberry. Upright, deciduous tree with
ovate to heart-shaped, sometimes lobed, glossy, bright green 8” leaves that
turn yellow in the fall. This variety does not produce fruit. Matures at 20 30’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Myrica Californica - California Wax Myrtle. Also known as Pacific Wax
Myrtle. Evergreen shrub or tree. Branches densely clad with glossy, dark
green 2 - 4 ½” leaves. The foliage is about ½” wide, toothed on the edges,
paler beneath. Spring flowers are inconspicuous, fall fruit are purplish
nutlets coated with wax. Matures at 6 - 25’ high.
Hardy in zones 4 - 6.
Myrica Cerifera - Cerifera Wax Myrtle. Rounded, deciduous or evergreen
shrub with upright branches and obovate or narrowly inversely lanceshaped, aromatic 4” leaves. In spring, bears inconspicuous, yellow-green
male ¾” catkins. Spherical, waxy, gray-white 1/8” fruit are densely
clustered along the shoots and persist over winter. Matures at 15’ high by
15’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Myrtus Communis - True Myrtle. Upright, bushy shrub, arching with age,
bearing opposite, ovate, glossy, dark green 2” leaves. From mid to late
summer of early fall, produces solitary, 5-petaled ¾” flowers, with
conspicuous central tufts of white stamens. Flowers are followed by
oblong-ellipsoid, purple-black ½” berries. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Nandina Domestica - Heavenly Bamboo. Evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub
with upright shoots and pinnate to 3-pinnate leaves. Leaves are up to 36”
long, with lance-shaped leaflets. Foliage is red to reddish purple when
young and red tones during winter months. In midsummer, bears conical
panicles to 16” long, of small, star shaped white ½” flowers that have large
yellow anthers. The flowers are followed by long lasting, spherical, bright
Nandina Domestica Fire Power - Fire Power Dwarf Nandina. A rather upright,
stiff, compact form of evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub that grows to about 18”
high. Foliage is yellow-green tinged with reddish purple throughout the growing
season becoming uniformly red with the advent of cold weather. Plant does not
flower or fruit. Matures at 18” high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Nandina Domestica Harbour Dwarf - Harbor Dwarf Nandina. Low growing
evergreen variety. This plant is similar to but lower growing than ‘Compacta’
and is much more freely spreading. Underground rhizomes send up stems several
inches from parent plants. Orange red to bronzy red winter color. Matures at 1 ½
- 2’.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Nandina Domestica Lemon Hill - Lemon Hill Nandina. Evergreen or semievergreen shrub with upright shoots and pinnate to 3-pinnate leaves. Leaves are
up to 36” long, with lance-shaped leaflets. Foliage is red to reddish purple when
young and red tones during winter months. In midsummer, bears conical panicles
to 16” long, of small, star shaped white ½” flowers that have large yellow anthers.
The flowers are followed by long lasting, spherical, yellow 3/8” fruit. Matures at
6’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Nandina Domestica Moyers Red - Moyers Red Nandina. Evergreen or semievergreen shrub with upright shoots and pinnate to 3-pinnate leaves, to 36” long,
with lance-shaped leaflets, red to reddish purple when young and in winter. In
midsummer, bears conical panicles to 16” long, of small, star shaped white ½”
flowers that have large yellow anthers. The flowers are followed by long lasting ,
spherical, bright red 3/8” fruit. Matures at 6’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 9.
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Nandina Domestica Richmond - Richmond Nandina. Evergreen or semievergreen shrub with upright shoots and pinnate to 3-pinnate leaves, to 36”
long, with lance-shaped leaflets, red to reddish purple when young and in
winter. In midsummer, bears conical panicles to 16” long, of small, star
shaped white ½” flowers that have large yellow anthers. The flowers are
followed by long lasting, spherical, bright red 3/8” fruit. Matures at 6’ high
by 5’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Nandina Domestica Woods Dwarf - Woods Dwarf Nandina. A rather upright,
stiff, compact form that grows about 2’ high. Evergreen, foliage is usually
yellow-green tinged with reddish purple throughout the growing season
becoming uniformly red with the advent of cold weather. Matures at 18”
high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Nyssa Sylvatica - Black Tupelo Gum. Also known as Black Gum or Sour Gum.
Broadly conical to columnar, deciduous tree with often drooping lower
branches. Bears ovate to obovate, matte or glossy, dark green 6” leaves, that
are downy beneath when young, with short, blunt points. Leaves turn vivid
orange or red in the fall. Matures at 70’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones
5 - 9.
Oemleria Cerasiformis - Indian Plum. Suckering shrub, forming a thicket of
upright, eventually arching shoots. These bear narrowly oblong, or lanceshaped to inversely lance-shaped, glossy, dark green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage is
gray-green and softly hairy beneath. Small, bell shaped, almond-scented
white flowers are produced in pendent
4” racemes in early spring.
They are followed on female plants by ovoid, plum-like, purple-black ¾”
fruit. Matures at 8’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 10.
Oenothera Assorted - Assorted Evening Primrose (Perennial). A selection will
be made of the varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Oenothera Speciosa Rosea - Rose Pink Evening Primrose (Perennial).
Perennial, spreading by runners, with basal rosettes of oblong-lance-shaped
to lance-shaped, toothed or pinnatifid, mid-green 1 - 2” leaves and arching
stems bearing slightly smaller leaves. Solitary, shallowly cup-shaped,
fragrant pale pink 1 - 2 ½” flowers are borne from early summer to early
fall. Opening during the day. Plant matures at 12” high by 12” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Osmanthus Delavayi - Delavayi Osmanthus. Rounded, bushy evergreen shrub
with arching branches and ovate, finely toothed, leathery, glossy, dark green
1” leaves. Tubular, very fragrant white flowers are borne in axillary and
terminal clusters in mid and late spring, followed by ovoid, blue-black 1/2”
fruit. Matures at 6 - 20’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Osmanthus Heterophyllus Assorted - Assorted False Holly. A selection will be
made from the varieties that will do best in your area. Dense, rounded shrub with
holly-like, oval to elliptic-oblong, sharply toothed, leathery, glossy, dark green 2
½” leaves, often spineless on mature plants. Tubular, fragrant white ¼” flowers,
are borne in small, axillary clusters from late summer to autumn, followed by
ovoid, blue-black ½” fruit. Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 9.
Osmanthus Heterophyllus Illicifolius - Holly Leaf Osmanthus. Dense, symmetrical
upright growth habit. Leaves are dark green, strongly toothed, holly-like and are 2
½” long. Fragrant white flowers are borne in the fall, winter and early spring.
Matures at 20’. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Osmarea Burkwoodii - Burkwood White Osmarea. Also known as Osmanthus.
Dense, rounded evergreen shrub with oval to ovate, slightly toothed, leathery,
glossy, dark
green 2” leaves. Tubular, very fragrant white ¼” flowers are
profusely borne in small, axillary clusters in mid and late spring. Seldom produces
fruit. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Ostrya Virginiana - American Ironwood. Also known as American Hop Hornbeam.
Conical deciduous tree with glandular-hairy shoots and ovate-lance-shaped,
sharply, sometimes doubly toothed, dark green 5” leaves, each with 11 - 15 pairs
of veins. Pendulous, yellow male 2” catkins are formed in the fall and open in mid
spring, hop-like 2” white fruit clusters develop in summer and turn brown in the
fall. Matures at 50’ high by 40’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Oxydendron Arboreum - Sourwood Tree. Also known as Sorrel tree. Conical to
columnar, deciduous shrub or tree with elliptic to oblong lance-shaped, toothed,
glossy, dark green 8” leaves. Foliage turns brilliant shades of red, yellow, and
purple in autumn. Cylindrical to urn-shaped white ¼” flowers are borne in 10”
panicles during late summer and early fall. Matures at 30 - 50’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Pachysandra Terminalis - Japanese Spurge (Perennial). Spreading, evergreen,
groundcover perennial with obovate, coarsely toothed, glossy, dark green 4”
leaves. Foliage is clustered at the ends of short, smooth stems. Tiny white male
flowers are produced in ¾ - 1 ¼” spikes during early summer. Matures at 8” high
by indefinite width.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Paeonia Lactiflora - Peony ( Perennial ). Known as Common Garden Peony.
Herbaceous perennial with erect, red-mottled stems and dark green leaves with 9
elliptic or lance-shaped, rough margined leaflets. Bears usually solitary, single,
cup or bowl-shaped, fragrant, white to pale pink 3 - 4” flowers that have pale
yellow stamens. Matures at 20” high by 28” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Panicum Virgatum - Switch Grass (Ornamental Grass). Narrowly upright,
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rhizomatous, deciduous, perennial grass forming clumps of purple to
glaucous, mid-green stems that bear upright, flat, linear, mid-green 24”
leaves. Leaves turn yellow in the fall and light brown in the winter.
Produces broad, diffuse, weeping 20” panicles of tiny purple-green spikelets
in early fall. Matures at 3’ tall by 30” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Panicum Virgatum Haense Herms - Haense Herms Switch Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) Narrowly upright, rhizomatous, deciduous, perennial
grass forming clumps of purple to glaucous, mid-green stems that bear
upright, flat, linear, mid-green 24” leaves. Foliage has a fountain-like habit,
and rich reddish purple fall color. Matures at 3’ high by 30” wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 9.
Panicum Virgatum Heavy Metal - Heavy Metal Blue Switch Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) Narrowly upright, rhizomatous, deciduous, perennial
grass forming clumps of dense blue stems that bear upright, flat, linear,
metallic blue-gray 24” leaves. Foliage turns yellow in the fall. Produces
broad, diffuse, weeping 20” panicles of tiny purple-green spikelets in early
fall. Matures at 3’ high by 30” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Panicum Virgatum Rotestrahlbusch - Glowing Red Switch Grass.
(Ornamental Grass). Arching leaves are brushed with red-purple highlights,
with clusters of wine colored flowers and seeds. The entire plant turns red
then golden yellow in fall. Mahogany winter color. Matures at 3 - 4’
high. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Panicum Virgatum Strictum - Blue Switch Grass (Ornamental Grass). Stiff
blue leaves and stems form tall handsome upright clumps. Airy panicles of
tiny blooms stretch above the shimmering leaves. Leaves turn bright yellow
in the fall. Matures at 4’ high by 24”
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Parrotia Persica - Persian Ironwood. Dense, spreading, short- trunked
deciduous tree with peeling, gray and fawn bark when mature. Obovate,
glossy, rich green 5” leaves that turn yellow, orange and red-purple in the
fall. Tiny, spider-like red flowers are produced in spherical ½” clusters in
late winter or early
spring, before the leaves. Matures at 25’ high by 30’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 -7.
Parthenocissus Quinqefolia - Virginia Creeper. Vigorous, woody deciduous
climber with palmate, dull, mid-green leaves composed of usually 5 oval,
sharply toothed 4” leaflets, that turn brilliant red in fall. Matures at 50 feet.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Parthenocissus Tricuspidata Veitchii - Boston Ivy. Vigorous, woody climber
with variable, broadly ovate, deeply toothed, bright green 8” leaves. Either
3-lobed or with 3 ovate leaflets, turning dark red-purple in the fall. The leaf
blades often drop off before the
leaf stalks, creating a curious effect.
Matures at 70 feet.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pennisetum Alopecuroides - Australian Fountain Grass. (Ornamental Grass).
Clump forming, densely tufted, evergreen perennial grass with flat, linear,
pointed, mid to dark green 12 - 24” leaves. In summer and autumn, bears bristly
yellow-green to dark purple spikelets in cylindrical to narrowly oblong 8”
panicles. Matures at 2 - 5’ high by 2 - 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Pennisetum Alopecuroides Hamelin - Hamelin Australian Dwarf Fountain Grass.
(Ornamental Grass) Compact in habit, and produces early-flowering, greenish
white spikelets, gray-brown when mature, in 5” panicles. Dark green 6” leaves
turn golden yellow in fall. Matures at 2’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Pennisetum Alopecuroides Little Bunny - Little Bunny Fountain Grass.
(Ornamental Grass). Compact in habit, and produces early-flowering, greenish
white spikelets, gray-brown when mature, in 5” panicles. Dark green 6” leaves
turn golden yellow in fall. Matures
at 10 -11” high by 12” wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
Pennisetum Alopecuroides Moudry - Black Seeded Fountain Grass (Ornamental
Grass). Wide, graceful leaves form a handsome rounded clump. Black purple
“bottle-brush” blooms emanate from the foliage in fall. Matures at 2 - 3’ high by
2’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Pennisetum Assorted - Assorted Fountain Grass. A selection will be made from the
varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 5 -9.
Pennisetum Orientale - Oriental Fountain Grass (Ornamental Grass). A smaller,
early blooming Fountain Grass with attractive gray-green foliage and soft, delicate
pink blooms. Matures at 2’ high by 2’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Pennisetum Villosum - Feather Top Grass (Ornamental Grass). Long lasting feathery
white flowers angle from the tousled mound of soft green leaves. Blooms age to
tawny gold. Matures at 2’ high by 2’ wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Pennisetum Caudatum - White Fountain Grass. (Ornamental Grass).
Penstemon Assorted - Assorted Beard Tongue Violet. A selection will be made from
the varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Penstemon Hirsutus Pygmae - Dwarf Beard Tongue Violet. Compact and matforming, evergreen subshrub with lance-shaped, toothed, purple-tinted 3” leaves.
In summer produces loose racemes of tubular-funnel-shaped, pale violet ¾ - 2”
flowers with white throats. Matures at 4” high by 4” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Perovskia Atriplicifolia - Russian Sage. Upright subshrub with gray-white shoots
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and ovate, deeply cut and lobed, silvery-gray-green 2” leaves. Small,
tubular, violet-blue flowers are borne in tall 12” panicles in late summer and
early autumn. Matures at 4’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Phalaris Aurndinacea Variegata Picta - Variegated Ribbon Grass.
(Ornamental Grass). Erect, evergreen, rhizomatous, perennial grass with
flat, linear, short-pointed, mid green 14” leaves that are white striped. In
early and midsummer, bears narrow 7” panicles of pale green spikelets,
fading to buff with age. Matures at 3’. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Phlox Subulata Candy Stripe - Candy Stripe Pink and White Creeping Phlox.
Dense, evergreen perennial forming cushions or mats of hairy, linear to elliptic,
bright green ¼” leaves. Salverform, pink and white bicolored ½” star-shaped
petaled lobe flowers are produced in few-flowered cymes in late spring and early
summer. Matures at 2 - 6” high by 20” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Philadelphus Assorted - Assorted Mock Orange. A selection will be made
from the varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Phlox Subulata Emerald Blue - Emerald Blue Creeping Phlox. Dense, evergreen
perennial forming cushions or mats of hairy, linear to elliptic, bright green ¼”
leaves. Salverform, light blue ½” star-shaped, petaled lobe, flowers are produced
in few-flowered cymes in late spring and early summer. Matures at 2 - 6” high
by 20” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Philadelphus Lewisii - Lewisii Mock Orange. Spreading, deciduous shrub with
arching branches and ovate, sometimes finely toothed, bright green 4”
leaves. Racemes of 5 - 11 unscented or slightly fragrant, single, cup-shaped,
pure white 1 ½” flowers that are profusely produced in early or midsummer.
Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Phlox Subulata Emerald Pink - Emerald Pink Creeping Phlox. Dense, evergreen
perennial forming cushions or mats of hairy, linear to elliptic, bright green ¼”
leaves. Salverform, soft pink ½” star-shaped, petaled lobe, flowers are produced
in few-flowered cymes in late spring and early summer. Matures at 2 - 6” high
by 20” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Philadelphus Lewisii Blizzard - Blizzard Mock Orange.
Phlox Subulata Lavender - Lavender Creeping Phlox. Dense, evergreen perennial
forming cushions or mats of hairy, linear to elliptic, bright green ¼” leaves.
Salverform, lavender ½” star-shaped, petaled lobe, flowers are produced in fewflowered cymes in late spring and early summer. Matures at 2 - 6” high by 20”
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Philadelphus Virginalis Miniature Snowflake - Miniature Snowflake Mock
Orange. Dwarf, upright, heavily branched, deciduous shrub with ovate,
entire, dark green 3” leaves. Offers prolific, double, fragrant white 2”
flowers borne in midsummer. Matures at 3’ high by 2 1/2’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 7.
Philadelphus Virginalis Minnesota Snowflake - Minnesota Snowflake Mock
Orange. Upright, heavily branched, deciduous shrub with ovate, mid-green
1 ½ - 4” leaves. Double, fragrant white 2” flowers of 5 - 7 produced in
midsummer. Very cold tolerant. Matures at 8’ high by 8 - 10’ wide. Hardy
in zones 3 - 7.
Phlox Subulata Atropurpurea - Bright Pink Creeping Phlox. Dense, evergreen
perennial forming cushions or mats of hairy, linear to elliptic, bright green
¼” leaves. Salverform, pink ½” star-shaped petaled lobe flowers are
produced in few-flowered cymes in late spring and early summer. Matures
at 2 - 6” high by 20” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Phlox Subulata Blue - Blue Creeping Phlox. Dense, evergreen perennial
forming cushions or mats of hairy, linear to elliptic, bright green ¼” leaves.
Salverform, blue ½” star-shaped, petaled lobe, flowers are produced in fewflowered cymes in late spring and early summer. Matures at 2 - 6” high by
20” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Phlox Subulata Pink - Pink Creeping Phlox. Dense, evergreen perennial forming
cushions or mats of hairy, linear to elliptic, bright green ¼” leaves. Salverform,
pink ½” star-shaped, petaled lobe, flowers are produced in few-flowered cymes in
late spring and early summer. Matures at 2 - 6” high by 20” wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 8.
Phlox Subulata Red Wings - Red Wings Creeping Phlox. Dense, evergreen
perennial forming cushions or mats of hairy, linear to elliptic, bright green ¼”
leaves. Salverform, crimson with dark red centers 1 ½” star-shaped, petaled lobe,
flowers are produced in few-flowered cymes in late spring and early summer.
Matures at 2 - 6” high by 20” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Phlox Subulata Scarlet Flame - Scarlet Flame Creeping Phlox. Dense, evergreen
perennial forming cushions or mats of hairy, linear to elliptic, bright green ¼”
leaves. Salverform, deep scarlet ½” star-shaped, petaled lobe, flowers are
produced in few-flowered cymes in late spring and early summer. Matures at 2 6” high by 20” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Phlox Subulata White Delight - White Delight Creeping Phlox. Dense, evergreen
perennial forming cushions or mats of hairy, linear to elliptic, bright green ¼”
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leaves. Salverform, snow-white ½” star-shaped, petaled lobe, flowers are
produced in few-flowered cymes, in late spring and early summer. Matures
at 2 - 6” high by 20” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Phormium Tenax Assorted - Assorted New Zealand Flax Grass. A selection
will be made from the varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in
zones 9 - 10.
Phormium Tenax Flamingo - Flamingo New Zealand Flax Grass (Orange /
Green / Yellow, Ornamental Grass). Clump-forming perennial with rigid,
upright, linear 10’ leaves with orange, green, and yellow variegated foliage.
Thick, red-purple 12’ panicles of tubular, dull red 2” flowers, borne in
summer. Matures at 12’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Phormium Tenax Jack Spratt - Jack Spratt Dwarf New Zealand Flax Grass
(Bronze / Brown, Ornamental Grass). Clump-forming perennial with rigid,
upright, linear 10’ leaves with bronze, brown foliage. Thick, red-purple
12’ panicles of tubular, dull red 2” flowers, borne in summer. Matures at
12’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Phormium Tenax Pink Stripe - Pink Stripe New Zealand Flax Grass (Bronze /
Green / Pink, Ornamental Grass). Clump-forming perennial with rigid,
upright, linear 10’ leaves with bronze, green, pink. Thick, red-purple 12’
panicles of tubular, dull red 2” flowers, borne in summer. Matures at 12’
high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Phormium Tenax Tom Thumb - Tom Thumb Dwarf New Zealand Flax Grass
(Green / Bronze, Ornamental Grass). Clump-forming perennial with rigid,
upright, linear 10’ leaves with green, bronze foliage. Thick, red-purple 12’
panicles of tubular, dull red 2” flowers, borne in summer. Matures at 12’
high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Photinia Fraseri - Red Tip Photinia. Upright, evergreen shrub or small tree
with inversely lance-shaped to elliptic, leathery, dark green 4 - 8” leaves.
Foliage is bronze to bright red when young. In mid and late spring,
produces small white flowers in corymb-like 6” panicles. Matures at 15’
high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Photinia Glabra - Japanese Photinia. Dense, rounded, evergreen shrub with
elliptic to obovate, dark green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage is red when young. In
early summer, bears flattened, corymb-like 4” panicles of small white
flowers, followed by spherical red fruit, turning black. Matures at 10’ high
by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Phyllostachys Aurea - Golden Bamboo. Clump-forming, stiffly upright bamboo with
grooved culms, bright mid-green at first, becoming brown-yellow when mature;
there are cup-shaped swellings beneath each node, and the lower nodes are
asymmetrical, distorted, and often densely crowded. Bears narrowly lance-shaped,
yellowish to golden green 6” leaves. Matures at 6 - 30’ high by indefinite width.
Hardy in zones 6 - 10.
Phyllostachys Aureosulcata - Yellow Grove Bamboo. Clump forming bamboo
producing rough, brownish green clumps, often zigzagged at the bases, with
yellow grooves and striped sheaths. Leaves are narrowly lance-shaped and midgreen, and 7” long. Plant matures at 10 - 20’ high by indefinite width. Hardy in
zones 6 - 10.
Phyllostachys Henonis - Henonis Bamboo. Clump-forming, bamboo producing
arching, slender green culms that turn yellow-green when mature. bears abundant
lance-shaped, dark green 1 ½ - 5” leaves. Matures at 10 - 15’ high by 6 - 10’
wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Phyllostachys Nigra - Black Bamboo. Clump-forming, stiffly upright bamboo with
grooved culms, dark black-green when mature; there are cup-shaped swellings
beneath each node, and the lower nodes are symmetrical, distorted, and often
densely crowded. Bears narrowly lance-shaped, yellowish to golden green 6”
leaves. Matures at 6 - 30’ high by indefinite width. Hardy in zones 6 - 10.
Phyllostachys Nuda - Green Bamboo. Clump-forming, stiffly upright bamboo with
grooved culms, bright mid-green when mature; there are cup-shaped swellings
beneath each node, and the lower nodes are asymmetrical, distorted, and often
densely crowded. Bears narrowly lance-shaped, yellowish to golden green 6”
leaves. Matures at 6 - 30’ high by indefinite width. Hardy in zones 6 - 10.
Physocarpus Assorted - Assorted Ninebark. A selection will be made from the
varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Physocarpus Opulifolius Dart’s Gold - Dart’s Gold Dwarf Golden Ninebark.
Compact, thicket-forming, deciduous shrub, spreading by suckers, with arching
branches and broadly ovate 3-lobed, doubly toothed, mid-green 3” leaves that
are bright yellow when young. Small cup-shaped, pink-tinged whited flowers are
produced in dense 2” corymbs in early summer, followed by clusters of bladderlike, green-flushed red ¼” fruit.
Matures at 10’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Physocarpus Opulifolius Diabolo - Diabolo Ninebark.
Picea Abies - Norway Spruce. Conical evergreen tree when young, that becomes
columnar when mature, with red-brown bark and orange-brown shoots. Produces
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blunt 4-sided dark green 1” needles that point forward and upward on the
shoots and cylindrical, deep green 4 - 8” cones. Matures at 70’ high by 20’
wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Acrocona Pendula - Acrocona Weeping Norway Spruce. Small,
evergreen tree with pendent branches, and produces abundant cones, even on
young plants. The cones are borne at the end of the branchlets. Matures at
3 - 10’ high by 10 - 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Aurea - Golden Norway Spruce. Conical evergreen tree when
young, that becomes columnar when mature, with red-brown bark and
orange-brown shoots. Produces blunt 4-sided yellow-green 1” needles
that point forward and upward on the shoots and cylindrical, deep green 4 8” cones. Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Argenteospica - Golden Spica Norway Spruce. Conical evergreen
tree when young, that becomes columnar when mature, with red-brown bark
and orange-brown shoots. Produces blunt 4-sided white 1” needles when
young but then turn dark green. The needles point forward and upward on
the shoots and cylindrical, deep green 4 - 8” cones. Matures at 70’ high by
20’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Cupressina - Columnar Norway Spruce. Columnar, conical
evergreen tree, with red-brown bark and orange-brown shoots. Produces
blunt 4-sided dark green 1” needles that point forward and upward on the
shoots and cylindrical, deep green 4 - 8” cones. Matures at 40’ high by 10’
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Humilis - Humilis Dwarf Spruce. Dwarf form, evergreen shrub, that is
very slow growing. Grayish green leaves. Grows ½ - 1” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Inversa - Inversa Weeping Norway Spruce. Prostrate, evergreen tree,
that has very downward-growing branches, the plant can be trained upright by
staking. Produces blunt 4-sided light-green 1” needles that point forward and
upward on the shoots and cylindrical, deep green 4 - 8” cones. Matures at 70’ high
by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Little Gem - Little Gem Dwarf Spruce. Small evergreen shrub that is
slow-growing , very dense, and flat topped, with tiny leaves. A miniature green
Norway spruce with brown buds. As its name implies, best dwarf Picea Abies
around. Grows at a rate of ½ - 1” per year. Matures at 2 - 3’ high by 3 - 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 -8.
Picea Abies Little Gem on Weeping Blue Spruce - Little Gem Dwarf Spruce on
Weeping Blue Spruce. Dwarf Little Gem Spruce grafted atop a staked Weeping
Blue Spruce.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Mucronata - Mucronata Spruce. Dense, dwarf, evergreen shrub that is
rounded in youth, growing into a broad pyramid with age. Reaches 3’ high in 20
years and has appearance of larger spruces in miniature. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Nidiformis - Bird’s Nest Spruce. Spreading, dense, broad evergreen
plant of regular growth; usually a depression in center of plant that gives rise to
the common name. Matures at 3 - 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Abies Echiniformis - Miniature Globe Norway Spruce. Dwarf,
evergreen shrub that is very slow growing. Matures at 3’ high 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Ohlendorfii - Ohlendorfii Norway Spruce. Very slow-growing, rounded,
bushy, evergreen shrub, becoming more conical, with short 3/8” leaves. Matures
at 10’ high
by 6 - 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Frohburg - Frohburg Weeping Norway Spruce. New weeping
Norway from Europe. Has to be staked up. Goes all directions. Grows 6 12” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Pendula - Weeping Norway Spruce. Evergreen tree, growing naturally, it
spreads over ground with height of about 1 ½’ and a spread of 10’. Plant will
cascade downward over rocks or walls. When staked it becomes a dense irregular
column with branches trailing downward to 8’ or more with outward sweeping recurved tips. Produces blunt 4-sided dark green 1” needles that point forward and
upward on the shoots and cylindrical, deep green 4 - 8” cones. Hardy in zones 3 8.
Picea Abies Glauca Pendula - Blue Weeping Norway Spruce. Evergreen tree,
growing naturally, it spreads over ground with height of about 1 ½’ height
and spread of 10’. Plant will cascade downward from rocks or walls. When
staked it becomes a dense irregular column with branches trailing
downward to 8’ or more with outward sweeping re-curved tips. Produces
blunt 4-sided blue-green 1” needles that point forward and upward on the
shoots and cylindrical, deep green 4 - 8” cones. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Pendula Major - Pendula Major Weeping Norway Spruce. Evergreen
tree, growing naturally, it spreads over ground with height of about 1 ½’ and a
spread of 10’. Plant will cascade downward over rocks or walls. When staked it
becomes a dense irregular column with branches trailing downward to 8’ or more
with outward sweeping re-curved tips. Produces blunt 4-sided dark green 1”
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needles that point forward and upward on the shoots and cylindrical, deep
green 4 - 8” cones.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Pumilla - Pumilla Spruce. Evergreen shrub that is dwarf, globular,
flattened, compact and very broad. Lower branches are spreading, upper
branches nearly erect; branchlets dense, regularly set, directed slightly
forward, stiff flexible. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Pumilla Nigra - Black Pumilla Spruce. Evergreen shrub that is
dwarf, globular, flattened, compact and very broad. Lower branches are
spreading, upper branches nearly erect. Dark green needles are set upon
dense branchlets that are regularly set, directed slightly forward, and are
stiff flexible. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4 - 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Pygmaea - Pygmy Dwarf Spruce. An evergreen, that is an
extremely slow-growing form and has thin, wide-spreading gray-green
young leaves, maturing to dark green. Requires judicious pruning. Plant
matures at 12” high by 20” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Pyramidal Nana - Dwarf Pyramid Norway Spruce. Conical
evergreen tree when young, that becomes columnar when mature, with redbrown bark and orange-brown shoots. Produces blunt 4-sided dark green 1”
needles that point forward and upward on the shoots and cylindrical, deep
green 4 - 8” cones. Matures at 20’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in
zones 3 - 8.
Picea Abies Repens - Repens Spruce. Evergreen shrub that is dwarf, low,
spreading and gradually builds up in the center. Fan like branches held in
layers. Very uniform in habit eventually becoming somewhat rounded.
Matures at 1 ½’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Alcoquiana - Tiger Tail Spruce. Also known as Bicolor Howell’s Dwarf.
A spreading form of spruce that has ascending branches at the end. A two
tone blue and green foliage plant. Makes a flat top shrub and in winter there
is a slight yellow over the needles. Grows 3 - 6” a year. Hardy in zones 5 8.
Picea Brachytyla - Brachytyla Spruce. Also known as Sargent Spruce.
Conical, evergreen tree, becoming domed in old age, with cracked gray bark
and slender, white or pale brown shoots. Pendent branchlets bear flattened,
glossy, mid-green ½ - 1” leaves that are white beneath and spreading at the
sides of the shoots. Bears cylindrical, green, later dark brown cones. Matures
at 80’ high by 20 - 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Picea Breweriania - Brewer’s Weeping Spruce. Slow-growing, columnar, evergreen
tree with level branches, gray bark, becoming scaly, and pendent side branchlets.
Thick, blunt, flattened 1 - 1 ½” leaves that are glossy, deep green above, whitish
green beneath. Needles are arranged radially on the shoots. Matures at 30 - 50’
high by 10 - 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Picea Engelmannii Stanley Mountain - Stanley Mountain Dwarf Spruce. Compact,
dwarf, upright, globe evergreen shrub that offers flexible, slender, 4-sided, bluishgreen to steel-blue 1 ¼” leaves that are arranged radially, pointing slightly forward
along the shoots. Grows 2” to 4” per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Glauca Alberta Globe - Globe Dwarf Alberta Spruce. A Dwarf Alberta Spruce
that is twice as slow as the regular one. This evergreen plant looks just like a
chocolate kiss. Fifty year old plant at nursery is only 24” high. Grows ¼ - ½” per
year. Hardy in zones 3- 8.
Picea Glauca Arneson’s Variegated - Arneson’s Variegated Dwarf Alberta Spruce.
A dwarf conical, evergreen which is a blue form of Alberta Spruce. Some
branches come out green. Thus the ‘variegated’. Grows at a rate of 1 - 2” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Glauca Conica - Dwarf Alberta Spruce. Also known as White Spruce.
Narrowly or broadly neat, cone shaped evergreen tree with ash-gray bark,
becoming scaly, with buff-white shoots. Four-sided, blue-green ½ - ¾” leaves are
spreading at the sides of the shoots, overlapping above. Matures at 10 - 15’ high
by 3 - 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Glauca Conica Bantam - Bantam Dwarf Alberta Spruce. Narrowly or broadly
neat, cone shaped evergreen tree with ash-gray bark, becoming scaly, with buffwhite shoots. Four-sided, blue-green ½” leaves are spreading at the sides of the
shoots, overlapping above. Matures at 6’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Glauca Conica Lynda’s Favorite - Lynda’s Favorite Dwarf Alberta Spruce.
Also known as White Spruce. Narrowly or broadly neat, cone shaped evergreen
tree with ash-gray bark, becoming scaly, with buff-white shoots. Four-sided, bluegreen ½ - ¾” leaves are spreading at the sides of the shoots, overlapping above.
Matures at 10 - 15’ high by 3 - 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 6
Picea Glauca Conica Pygmaea - Pygmy Dwarf Alberta Spruce. Narrowly or broadly
neat, cone shaped evergreen tree with ash-gray bark, becoming scaly, with buffwhite shoots. Four-sided, blue-green ½” leaves are spreading at the sides of the
shoots, overlapping above. Matures at 6’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Glauca Conica Specials - Dwarf Alberta Spruce Specials. Also known as
White
Spruce. Narrowly or broadly neat, cone shaped evergreen tree with
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conical, evergreen tree with fissured or scaly gray bark and thick, pale brown
shoots. Flattened, grayish-blue ½” leaves. Terminal buds are covered with
needles and virtually invisible. Cylindrical, bright reddish purple, 3 - 6” cones are
borne on this plant in the spring. Matures at 50’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 8.
ash-gray bark, becoming scaly, with buff-white shoots. Four-sided, bluegreen ½ - ¾” leaves are spreading at the sides of the shoots, overlapping
above. Matures at 10 - 15’ high
by 3 - 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 3
-6
Picea Glauca Densata - Black Hills Spruce. Also known as White Spruce.
Narrowly or broadly conical, evergreen tree with ash-gray bark, becoming
scaly, and buff-white shoots. Four-sided, blue-green ½ - ¾” leaves are
spreading at the sides of the shoots, overlapping above. Matures at 20 - 40’
high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Likiangensis Purpurea - Purple Coned Lijannga Spruce. Broadly conical,
evergreen tree with fissured or scaly gray bark and thick, pale brown shoots.
Flattened, bluish green ½” leaves. Cylindrical, purple, 3 - 6” cones are borne on
this plant in the spring. Matures at 50’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Picea Glauca Gnome - Gnome Dwarf Alberta Spruce. A miniature column of
upright green foliage. Grows ½ - 1” per year. Evergreen plant matures at
3’ high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Mariana Aureo Variegata - Variegated Black Spruce. Sold as Picea Glauca
Aurea for years. Conical evergreen tree with lower shoots often layering to form a
skirt. Blunt, 4-sided, bluish green 1/4 - 3/4” leaves with gold variegation,
especially predominant on new growth. Matures at 30’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy
in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Glauca Pixie - Pixie Dwarf Alberta Spruce. A miniature conical, upright,
evergreen shrub with tight green congested foliage. Looks like a miniature
railroad tree.
Grows ¼ - ¾” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Glauca Rainbow’s End - Rainbow’s End Dwarf Alberta Spruce. A
miniature
conical, upright, evergreen shrub with tight green congested
foliage. The new growth comes out yellow. Looks like a miniature railroad
tree. Grows ¼ - ¾” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Glauca Sander’s Blue - Sander’s Blue Dwarf Alberta Spruce. Narrowly
or broadly neat, cone shaped evergreen tree with ash-gray bark, becoming
scaly, and buff-white shoots. Four-sided, powder blue-green ½ - ¾” leaves.
Matures at 10 - 15’ high by 3 - 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Glauca Sanders’s Fastigiata - Sander’s Columnar Dwarf Alberta
Spruce. A slow growing smooth sided form of Alberta Spruce. This
evergreen plant grows 1 - 2” per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Mariana Ericoides - Blue Bird’s Nest Spruce. Dense, rounded evergreen
mound of small almost heath-like stems, The 3/8” needles are dull bluish-gray.
Matures at 2’ high by 3 - 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Mariana Ericoidies Nana - Dwarf Blue Bird’s Nest Spruce. Dense, evergreen
mound of small almost heath-like stems. The 3/8” needles are dull bluish-gray.
Matures at 1 - 1 ½’ high by 2 ’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Mariana Nana - Dwarf Blue Nest Spruce. Dense, evergreen mound of small
almost heath-like stems. The needles are dull bluish-gray 3/8”. Matures at 1 - 1
½’ high by 2 ’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 6.
Picea Omorika - Serbian Spruce. Narrow, spire-like, evergreen tree with pendent
branches ascending at the tips. Flattened, dark to blue-green ½” leaves, that are
white beneath and lie flat at the sides of the shoots and are spreading below.
Matures at 50 - 60’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Picea Bicolor Howell’s Dwarf - Howell’s Dwarf Bicolor Spruce. A spreading
form of spruce that has ascending branches at the end. A two tone blue and
green foliage plant. Makes a flat top shrub and in winter there is a slight
yellow over the needles. Grows 3 - 6” a year. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Picea Omorika Fastigata - Columnar Serbian Spruce. Very narrow, spire-like,
evergreen tree with pendent branches ascending at the tips. Flattened, dark to
blue-green ½” leaves, that are white beneath and lie flat at the sides of the shoots
and are spreading below. Matures at 50 - 60’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 7.
Picea Likiangensis - Lijianga Spruce. Broadly conical tree with fissured or
scaly gray bark and thick, pale brown shoots. Flattened, bluish-green ½”
leaves, overlap above the shoots and spread below. Cylindrical, bright
reddish purple, later brown female 3 - 6” cones. Matures at 100’ high by 25’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Picea Omorika Nana - Dwarf Serbian Spruce. Compact and slow-growing,
evergreen shrub that is dense and spherical when young becoming pyramidal with
age. Flattened, dark to blue-green ½” leaves, that are white beneath and lie flat at
the sides of the shoots and are spreading below. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Picea Likiangensis Balfouriana - Balfouriana Lijianga Spruce. Broadly
Picea Omorika Pendula - Weeping Serbian Spruce. Slender evergreen tree with
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drooping slightly twisted branches that are ascending at the tips. Flattened,
dark to blue-green ½” leaves, that are white beneath and lie flat at the sides
of the shoots and are spreading below. Matures at 30 - 40’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Picea Omorika Pimoko - Pimoko Dwarf Serbian Spruce. A dwarf, flat topped
Omorika. Smaller than ‘Nana’ and nicer foliage. This evergreen plant grows
1 - 1 ½” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Picea Orientalis - Oriental Spruce. Broadly columnar, evergreen tree, conical
when young, with smooth, pink-gray bark, becoming cracked with age, and
hairy, gray-brown shoots. Very short, blunt, 4-sided, dark green 1/4 - 3/8”
needles arranged radially on the shoots. Matures at 60’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Picea Orientalis Aureo-Spicata - Aureo-Spicata Oriental Spruce. Slow
growing at first,
but becoming a large upright tree. Dark green leaves,
except in the spring when all
new foliage is bright yellow. This
evergreen plant grows at a rate of 6 - 12” per year.
Hardy in zones 5
- 7.
Picea Orientalis Barnes - Barnes Dwarf Oriental Spruce. A dwarf compact
form of oriental spruce. Almost a bird’s nest type with good green foliage.
This evergreen plant grows at a rate of 1 - 3” per year. Hardy in zones 5 7.
Picea Orientalis Bergman’s Gem - Bergman’s Gem Dwarf Oriental Spruce.
Dwarf horizontal compact spruce. Dark green small needles, very nice. This
evergreen plant grows at a rate of 1 - 3” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Picea Orientalis Nana - Dwarf Oriental Spruce. Dwarf upright spruce. Color
light green and compact. This evergreen plant grows between 3 - 6” per
year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Picea Orientalis Skyland - Skyland Golden Dwarf Oriental Spruce. Broadly
columnar, evergreen tree, conical when young, with smooth, pink-gray bark,
becoming cracked with age, and hairy, gray-brown shoots. Very short,
blunt, 4-sided, creamy yellow, ¼ - 3/8” needles arranged radially on the
shoots. Matures at 60’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Picea Pungens - Colorado Green Spruce. Conical to columnar evergreen tree
with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick,
sharp-pointed, 4-sided, bluish gray-green ½ - 1 ¼” needles arranged radially
on the shoots. The needles are covered in glaucous wax. Matures at 30’
high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Baby Blue Eyes - Baby Blue Eyes Spruce. Conical to columnar
evergreen tree with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown shoots.
Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, baby- blue ½ - 1 ¼” needles arranged radially
on the shoots. The needles are covered in glaucous wax. Matures at 30’ high by
15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Bakeri - Bakeri Blue Spruce. Conical to columnar evergreen tree with
scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharppointed, 4-sided, slivery- blue ½ - 1 ¼” needles arranged radially on the shoots.
The needles are covered in glaucous wax. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Blue Mist - Blue Mist Prostrate Blue Spruce. A blue prostrate form
of Colorado Spruce. Not as low as other forms but it has its place. This evergreen
plant grows at a rate of 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Picea Pungens Boyko Blue - Boyko Blue Spruce. Conical to columnar evergreen tree
with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharppointed, 4 - sided, blue-green ½ -1¼” needles arranged radically on the shoots.
The needles are covered in glaucous wax. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Bradley - Bradley Blue Spruce. Conical to columnar evergreen tree
with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharppointed, 4 - sided, blue-green ½ -1¼” needles are arranged radically on the shoots.
The needles are covered in glaucous wax. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Buckwheat - Buckwheat Silver-Green Spruce. Very tight broom with
a low, wide habit. Leaves are short, green with silver strips. This evergreen plant
grows at a rate of 1 - 2” per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Picea Pungens Charmer - Charmer Blue-Green Spruce. A very tight bun with bluegreen color. Grows 1 - 2” per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca - Colorado Blue Spruce. Conical to columnar evergreen tree
with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharppointed, 4-sided, blue-green ½ - 1 ¼” needles arranged radially on the shoots. The
needles are covered in glaucous wax. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Fastigata - Columnar Blue Spruce. Columnar evergreen tree
with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharppointed, 4-sided, blue-green ½ - 1 ¼” needles arranged radially on the shoots. The
needles are covered in glaucous wax. Matures at 30’ high by 8 - 10’ wide.
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Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Fat Albert - Fat Albert Colorado Blue Spruce. Dense,
upright, pyramidal form with good blue needle color. Evergreen tree with
scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharppointed, 4-sided, blue-green ½ - 1 ¼” needles arranged radially on the
shoots. The needles are covered in glaucous wax.
Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Pendula - Weeping Colorado Blue Spruce. Prostrate or
weeping evergreen shrub or tree that has scaly, purplish gray bark and thick
orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, blue-green ½” - 1¼”
needles arranged radially on the shoots. The needles are covered with glaucous
wax. Matures at 15 - 20’.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Foxtail - Foxtail Blue Spruce. Evergreen tree that has
bushy blue twisted new growth. Tree grows in a distinct tight upright
columnar habit. Appears more heat tolerant than other varieties. Matures at
20’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Picea Pungens Glauca Procumbens - Blue Mound Colorado Spruce. A blue
spreading Colorado spruce. As the name implies, the limbs go out, arch up and
then down, while curling around as well. Does not seem to throw leaders as bad as
‘Prostrata’. This is a very nice plant. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zone 3 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Globosa - Globe Blue Spruce. A compact, rounded, flat
topped evergreen shrub that at maturity is wider than high. The needles are
bluish white and more or less radially disposed. Matures at 5’ high by 6’
wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Procumbens Pendula - Weeping Colorado Blue Spruce
Prostrate. Evergreen shrub or tree that has scaly, purplish gray bark and thick
orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, blue-green ½” - 1¼”
needles arranged radially on the shoots. The needles are covered with glaucous
wax. Matures at 15 - 20’.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Globosa On Weeping Norway Spruce - Globe Blue
Spruce Grafted On A Weeping Norway Spruce.
Picea Pungens Glauca Hoopsii - Hoopsii Blue Spruce. Dense, evergreen tree,
that has a pyramidal form with spreading branches, foliage is extremely
glaucous (blue-white). This is perhaps the most glaucous form and the best
grower of all the blue spruce. Matures
at 30’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy
in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Iseli Fastigata - Columnar Colorado Blue Spruce.
Columnar evergreen tree with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orangebrown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, blue-green ½ - 1 ¼”
needles arranged radially on the shoots.
The needles are covered in
glaucous wax. Matures at 30’ high by 8 - 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Kosteri - Kosteri Blue Spruce. Conical to columnar
evergreen tree with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown
shoots. Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, glaucous, silvery blue ½ - 1 ¼”
needles arranged radially on the shoots. The needles are covered in glaucous
wax. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Moerheimii - Moerheim Blue Spruce. Conical, strong,
erect, columnar evergreen tree with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick,
orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, powder-blue 1 ½”
Picea Pungens Glauca Prostrata - Prostrate Blue Spruce. Prostrate evergreen shrub
or tree that has scaly, purplish gray bark and thick orange-brown shoots. Stiff,
thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, blue-green ½” - 1¼” needles arranged radially on
the shoots.
The needles are covered with glaucous wax. Matures at 5’
high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca R H Montgomery - Blue Globe Montgomery Spruce. A slowgrowing, dwarf, evergreen shrub that has silvery gray-blue leaves. Plant has a
broad, conical growth habit. Matures at 5’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Picea Pungens Glauca Select Blue - Select Colorado Blue Spruce. Conical to
columnar evergreen tree with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown
shoots. Stiff,
thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, silvery blue-green ½ - 1 ¼”
needles arranged radially on
the shoots. The needles are covered in glaucous
wax. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Thompsenii - Thompsen Blue Spruce. Conical to columnar,
densely branched evergreen tree with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orangebrown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, distinctively blue ½ - 1 ¼”
needles arranged radially on the shoots. The needles are covered in glaucous wax.
Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Glauca Wells Sky Blue - Wells Sky Blue Colorado Spruce.
Picea Pungens Globosa - Green Globe Spruce. A compact, rounded, flat topped
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evergreen shrub that at maturity is wider than high. The needles are bluishgreen and more or less radially disposed. Matures at 5’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Hunnewelliana - Hunnewelliana Silver-Blue Spruce. Dense
pyramidal dwarf, evergreen shrub that is slow-growing, and has silvery
gray-blue leaves. Matures at 15’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Jean Iseli - Jean Iseli Colorado Blue-Green Spruce. A flat
topped round miniature conifer with greenish-blue foliage that is smaller
than the species. Grows ¾ - 1 ½” a year. Ten year old plant will be 12”
across. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Picea Pungens Kosteri Pendula - Weeping Kosteri Blue Spruce. Pendulous
evergreen tree with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown
shoots. Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, glaucous, silvery blue ½ - 1 ¼”
needles arranged radially on the shoots. The needles are covered in glaucous
wax. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Mission Blue - Mission Blue Colorado Spruce. Compact,
conical, symmetrical grower with broad base, evergreen tree with scaly,
purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharppointed, 4-sided, intense blue ½ - 1 ¼” needles arranged radially on the
shoots. The needles are covered in glaucous wax. Matures at 30’ high by
15’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Mrs.. Cesarini - Mrs. Cesarini Dwarf Spruce. Dwarf in habit,
with blue green leaves. This evergreen plant grows 1 - 1 ½” per year.
Matures at 6’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Picea Pungens Prostrata - Spreading Colorado Spruce. Prostrate or weeping
evergreen shrub or tree that has scaly, purplish gray bark and thick orangebrown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, bluish-green ½” - 1¼”
needles arranged radially on the shoots. The needles are covered with
glaucous wax. Matures at 15 - 20’.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens St. Mary’s Broom - St. Mary’s Broom Colorado Spruce.
Dwarf evergreen, that is a compact blue globe. Smaller than ‘R. H.
Montgomery’ or ‘Globosa’. Grows at a rate of 1 - 2” per year. Hardy in
zones 3 - 7.
Picea Pungens Stanley’s Gold - Stanley’s Gold Colorado Spruce. Conical to
columnar evergreen tree with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orangebrown shoots. Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, yellow-green ½ - 1 ¼”
needles arranged radially on the shoots. The needles are covered in
Hardy in zones 2
Picea Pungens Taponus - Taponus Colorado Spruce. Needles are extra long and
blue-green in color. Very slow grower, very tight broom. This evergreen plant
grows at 1 - 2” per year. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Picea Pungens The Blues - The Blues Weeping Colorado Blue Spruce. A blue
Colorado Spruce that weeps like a weeping Norway. This evergreen plant must be
staked to make it grow upright. This is not ‘Glauca Procumbens” staked, plant was
found as a branch on a ‘glauca pendula’ that did not grow horizontal. Grows 8 16” per year in a fountain like shape. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Picea Pungens Thomsen - Thomsen Colorado Spruce. Conical to columnar, densely
branched evergreen tree with scaly, purplish gray bark and thick, orange-brown
shoots. Stiff, thick, sharp-pointed, 4-sided, distinctively blue ½ - 1 ¼” needles
arranged radially on the shoots. The needles are covered in glaucous wax.
Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Thume - Thume Colorado Spruce. A compact, rounded, flat topped
evergreen shrub that at maturity is wider than high. The needles are bluish white
and more or less radially disposed. Matures at 5’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Picea Pungens Walnut Glen - Walnut Glen Dwarf Spruce. A blue dwarf compact
evergreen, that is a conical grower with a frosting of yellow over the top of the
leaf. Grows at a rate of 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 3 -7.
Picea Purpurea - Purple Cone Spruce. Columnar or conical evergreen tree with
flaky, orange-brown bark and slender, densely hairy, buff-white shoots. Slightly
flattened, glossy, mid-green ¼ - ½” leaves, gray-white beneath. Leaves lie flat on
top of the shoots and are spreading below. Ovoid, purple, later purple-brown 1 - 1
½” female cones. Matures at 70’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Picea Sitchensis - Sitka Spruce. Narrowly conical tree with wide-spreading branches
when old, purple-brown bark becoming gray, and white shoots. Produces sharppointed, flattened, dark green ¾ - 1” leaves that are white underneath. The needles
overlap above the shoots, and spread below. Matures at 80’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Picea Sitchensis Aurea - Golden Sitka Spruce. Narrowly conical, evergreen tree with
wide-spreading branches when old, purple-brown bark becoming gray, and white
shoots. Produces sharp-pointed, flattened yellow-green ¾ - 1” needles that are
white beneath.
They overlap above the shoots, and spread below. Matures at 80’ high by 20’
wide.
Hardy in zone 7 - 8.
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evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy, dark green 3”
leaves. Dark red flower buds open to dark pink. Flowers are produced heavily in
pendent, terminal 6” panicles that are clustered at the tips of the shoots in late
winter and spring. Matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Picea Sitchensis Papoosa - Papoosa Dwarf Sitka Spruce. Compact, flat topped
evergreen shrub. Produces sharp-pointed, flattened, dark green ¾ - 1”
needles that are white beneath. Plant matures at 3 - 4’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Picea Sitchensis Tenas - Tenas Sitka Spruce. Very compact, flat topped
evergreen shrub. Produces sharp-pointed, flattened, silvery-green ¾ - 1”
needles that are white beneath. Plant matures at 2 - 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Picea Smithiana - Himalayan Spruce. Conical, then columnar, evergreen tree
with spreading branches, pendent branchlets, scaly gray bark, and pale
brown shoots. Sparse, incurved, 4-sided, dark green 1 ½” leaves that are
arranged radially. Cylindrical, green, later bright brown 4 - 8” female
cones. Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Pieris Japonica - Japanese White Pieris. Also known as Lily of the Valley
shrub. Compact, rounded evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic,
toothed, glossy, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. White flowers are produced in
pendent or semi-erect, terminal 6” panicles, clustered at the tips in late
winter and spring. Matures at 12’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Captain Blood - Captain Blood White Pieris. Compact
growing evergreen shrub with shiny, narrow, dark green leaves. New growth
is red.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Forest Flame - Forest Flame Pink Pieris. Compact, upright
evergreen shrub with slender, inversely lance-shaped, finely toothed, glossy, dark
green 5” leaves. The foliage is bright red when young, turning pink, then creamy
white, and finally green. White flowers, in erect then pendent, terminal 6”
panicles, are borne in mid to late spring. Matures at 12’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy
in zones 6 - 9.
Pieris Japonica Karenoma - Karenoma White Pieris. Compact, upright evergreen
shrub with slender, inversely lance-shaped, finely toothed, glossy, dark green 5”
leaves. White flowers, with upright panicle, rather than hanging. New growth is
light pink to green. This medium grower is more hardy than other Pieris varieties.
Matures at 3’. Hardy in zone 4 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Mountain Fire - Mountain Fire White Pieris. Dense, compact,
rounded evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy, dark
green 3” leaves that are red when young then turn glossy chestnut brown in
winter. White flowers are produced heavily in pendent, terminal 6” panicles that
are clustered at the tips of the shoots in late winter and spring. Matures at 8’
high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Prelude - Prelude White Pieris. Slow-growing, very compact dwarf
evergreen shrub with tiered branches. The new foliage is bright pink maturing to
lustrous dark green. White flowers are borne in dense racemose-panicles.
Matures at 2’ high by 2’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Cavatine - Cavatine White Pieris.
Pieris Japonica Compacta - Compact Japanese White Pieris. Dense, compact,
rounded evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy,
mid-green 2” leaves. White flowers are produced heavily in pendent,
terminal 6” panicles that are clustered at the tips of the shoots in late winter
and spring. Matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Dorothy Wycoff - Dorothy Wycoff Pink Pieris. Dense,
compact, rounded evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic,
toothed, glossy, dark green 3” leaves, that turn bronze in cold weather.
Dark red flower buds open to pale pink, later becoming white. Flowers are
produced heavily in pendent, terminal 6” panicles that are clustered at the
tips of the shoots in late winter and spring. Matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Flamingo - Flamingo Pink Pieris. Dense, compact, rounded
Pieris Japonica Scarlet O’Hara - Scarlet O’Hara White Pieris. Dense, compact,
tall, slender, evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy,
mid-green 3” leaves. White flowers are produced heavily in pendent, terminal 6”
panicles that are clustered at the tips of the shoots in late winter and spring.
Matures at 10’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Shojo - Shojo Red Pieris. Compact, rounded, evergreen shrub with
narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Black-red
flower buds open to red and are produced in pendent or semi-erect, terminal 6”
panicles that are clustered at the tips in late winter and spring. This is said to be the
darkest red flowers of any Pieris. Matures at 12’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Temple Bells - Temple Bells White Pieris. Slow-growing dwarf
evergreen shrub with tiered branches. The new foliage is bronze-apricot maturing
to lustrous dark green. Large ivory-white flowers are borne in dense racemose-
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spring. Plant matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
panicles. Matures at 6 - 8’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Valley Fire - Valley Fire White Pieris. Dense, compact,
rounded evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy,
mid-green 3” leaves. White flowers are produced heavily in pendent,
terminal 6” panicles that are clustered at the tips of the shoots in late winter
and spring. Plant matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Valley Rose - Valley Rose Pink Pieris. Dense, compact,
rounded evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy,
deep green 3” leaves. Pastel pink flowers that fade to white are produced
heavily in pendent, terminal 6” panicles that are clustered at the tips of the
shoots in late winter and spring. Matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Valley Valentine - Valley Valentine Red Pieris. Dense,
compact, rounded evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic,
toothed, glossy, dark green 3” leaves. Dark, dusky red flowers are produced
heavily in pendent, terminal 6” panicles that are clustered at the tips of the
shoots in late winter and spring. Matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica Variegata - Variegata White Pieris. Dense, compact, rounded
evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy, midgreen 2” leaves that are white margined. White flowers are produced
heavily in pendent, terminal 6” panicles that are clustered at the tips of the
shoots in late winter and spring. Matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica White - White Pieris. Dense, compact, rounded evergreen
shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy, mid-green 3”
leaves. White flowers are produced heavily in pendent, terminal 6” panicles
that are clustered at the tips of the shoots in late winter and spring.
Matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Japonica White Cascade - White Cascade Pieris. Compact, rounded,
evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy, midgreen 3 ½” leaves. Pure white flowers are produced in pendent or semierect, terminal 7” panicles, clustered at the tips in late winter and spring.
Matures at 12’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pieris Taiwanensis Snowdrift - Snowdrift White Pieris. Dense, compact,
upright evergreen shrub with narrowly obovate to elliptic, toothed, glossy,
mid-green 2” leaves. White flowers are produced heavily in pendent,
Pinus Aristata - Dwarf Bristlecone Pine. Slow growing, dense, conical, evergreen
tree with upturned branch tips. Bright green ¾ - 1 ½” needles that have flecks of
white resin on them and are borne in fives. Young needles have blue-white inner
sides. Leaves are retained for up to 20 years. Matures at 30’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Aristata Bashful - Bashful Dwarf Bristlecone Pine. Slow growing, dense,
very tight nice globe broom, evergreen shrub with upturned branch tips. Bright
green ¾” needles that have flecks of white resin on them and are borne in fives.
Young needles have blue-white inner sides. Leaves are retained for up to 20 years.
Grows at a rate of 2 - 4” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Aristata Doc - Doc Dwarf Bristlecone Pine. Slow growing, dense, very tight
nice
globe broom, evergreen shrub with upturned branch tips. Bright green ¾”
needles that have flecks of white resin on them and are borne in fives. Young
needles have blue-white inner sides. Leaves are retained for up to 20 years.
Grows at a rate of 2 - 4” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Aristata Dopey - Dopey Dwarf Bristlecone Pine. Slow growing, dense, very
tight nice globe broom, evergreen shrub with upturned branch tips. Bright green
¾” needles that have flecks of white resin on them and are borne in fives. Young
needles have blue-white inner sides. Leaves are retained for up to 20 years.
Grows at a rate of 2 - 4” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Aristata Grumpy - Grumpy Dwarf Bristlecone Pine. Slow growing, dense,
very tight nice globe broom, evergreen shrub with upturned branch tips. Bright
green ¾” needles that have flecks of white resin on them and are borne in fives.
Young needles have blue-white inner sides. Leaves are retained for up to 20 years.
Grows at a rate of 2 - 4” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Aristata Happy - Happy Dwarf Bristlecone Pine. Slow growing, dense, very
tight nice globe broom, evergreen shrub with upturned branch tips. Bright green
¾” needles that have flecks of white resin on them and are borne in fives. Young
needles have blue-white inner sides. Leaves are retained for up to 20 years.
Grows at a rate of 2 - 4” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Aristata Sherwood Compact - Sherwood Compact Dwarf Bristlecone Pine.
Beautiful compact form with white resin all over the leaves. Can be upright
pyramid or a global
ball, not even trimmed. This evergreen plant grows at a
rate of 1 - 3” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Aristata Sleepy - Sleepy Dwarf Bristlecone Pine. Slow growing, dense, very
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green ¾” needles that have flecks of white resin on them and are borne in
fives. Young needles have blue-white inner sides. Leaves are retained for up
to 20 years. Grows at a rate of 2 - 4” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Aristata Sneezy - Sneezy Dwarf Bristlecone Pine. Slow growing, dense,
very tight nice globe broom, evergreen shrub with upturned branch tips.
Bright green ¾” needles that have flecks of white resin on them and are
borne in fives. Young needles have blue-white inner sides. Leaves are
retained for up to 20 years. Grows at a rate of 2 - 4” per year.
Hardy
in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Banksiana Schoodic - Schoodic Jack Pine. A prostrate, dwarf,
evergreen mat of green foliage. Grows 2 - 4” per year. Hardy in zone 2 - 8.
Pinus Banksiana Uncle Fogy - Uncle Fogy Jack Pine. This is a weeping form
of a Northern Jack Pine. This evergreen plant offers rich green foliage.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Pinus Bungeana - Chinese Lace-Bark Pine. Columnar or bushy-crowned,
slow-growing, evergreen tree with smooth bark, which flakes with age into
small, rounded, irregular scales to reveal light green to cream patches that
darken to reddish brown and gray-green. Shoots are olive-green with ovoid
to ellipsoid buds, and bear hard, shiny, yellow-green
2 - 4” leaves.
Matures at 30 - 50’ high by 15 - 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Cembra - Swiss Stone Pine. Narrow, columnar evergreen tree with
smooth, dark gray bark, becoming fissured with age. Dark green 3 - 3 ½”
leaves, that are bluish white on the inner sides are borne in fives. Matures at
50’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Cembra Blue Mound - Blue Mound Dwarf Swiss Stone Pine. A
miniature blue form
of Swiss Stone Pine. This evergreen plant in 10
years will reach 2’. Grows 2 - 4” per
year. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Cembra Glauca - Blue Swiss Stone Pine. Uniformly conical, dense,
evergreen tree with smooth, dark gray bark, becoming fissured with age.
Blue- green 3 - 3 ½” leaves, that are bluish white on the inner sides are
borne in fives. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Cembra Glauca Compacta - Compact Blue Swiss Stone Pine.
Uniformly conical, dense, evergreen tree with smooth, dark gray bark,
becoming fissured with age. Blue- green 3 - 3 ½” leaves, that are bluish
white on the inner sides are borne in fives. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Cembra Nana - Dwarf Swiss Stone Pine. Uniformly conical, slow-growing
when young, and densely branched to the ground. Evergreen tree with smooth,
dark gray bark, becoming fissured with age. Dark green 3 - 3 ½” leaves, that are
bluish white on the inner sides are borne in fives. Matures at 30’ high by 15’
wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Contorta - Shore Pine. Broadly conical evergreen tree when young, becoming
domed with age. Dense, forward-pointing, deep green 1 ½ - 2” needles that are
bone in pairs. Matures at 60’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Pinus Contorta Latifolia - Lodgepole Pine. Broadly conical evergreen tree that has a
flaky bark. Dense, forward-pointing, spreading, bright green 2 ½ - 3 ½” needles
that are bone in pairs. Matures at 60’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Pinus Contorta Latifolia Murrayana - Murrayana Sierra Lodgepole Pine.
Irregular, open branched evergreen tree. Offers needles in 2’s that are 1 ½ - 3”
long and yellow green in color. Rather slow growing, upright tree. Matures at 80’
high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Contorta Shotgun Broom - Shotgun Broom Dwarf Shore Pine. This dwarf
pine is a tight upright bun with attractive spring and winter buds. This evergreen
plant grows at
a rate of 1 - 2” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Contorta Spaan’s Dwarf - Spaan’s Dwarf Shore Pine. Dwarf evergreen shrub
that has a sloping trunk and an open habit, with erect branches. Dense, forwardpointing, deep green ½” needles that are borne in pairs. Matures at 30” high by
30” wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Pinus Contorta Var Latifolia Chief Joseph - Lodgepole Pine. The plant is school
bus yellow in winter, turning green during summer. The habit is tight and upright
and will make a dwarf ball if sheared. Winter color starts by October and is gone
by March. This evergreen plant grows at a rate of 2 - 4” per year. Hardy in zones
5 - 8.
Pinus Densiflora - Japanese Red Pine. Broadly conical to rounded evergreen tree
that becomes flat-topped. Slender, bright green 3 - 5” leaves are borne in pairs.
Matures
at 50’ high by 30’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Densiflora Aurea - Golden Japanese Pine. A green tree in summer turning
gold in the winter. This evergreen plant grows at a rate of 12 - 16” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Densiflora Compacta - Compact Japanese Red Pine. Broadly conical to
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tree at maturity. Flowers are monoecious: male, rose colored, female more
purplish. Attractive cones are 3 -6” long by 1 ½” wide. Plant matures at 30’ high
by 15 - 20’ wide and is particularly well suited to the mid west climate.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
rounded evergreen tree that becomes flat-topped. Slender, bright green 3 5” leaves are borne in pairs. Matures at 20’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Densiflora Oculus-Draconis - Dragon Eye Pine. Broadly conical to
rounded large evergreen shrub or small tree that becomes flat-topped.
Slender, bright green 3 - 5” leaves that has two distinctive yellow bands on
each leaf. Needles are borne in pairs. Matures at 15 - 20’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Densiflora Pendula - Weeping Japanese Red Pine. A rather effective
weeping form of evergreen tree that has rich green needles. Needles are
bright green 3 - 5” long and are borne in pairs. Matures at 50’ high by 30’
wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Densiflora Umbraculifera - Table Top Pine. Dwarf, umbrella-like head,
to 9’ or more tall. Branches are densely borne, upright spreading, very
beautiful especially when the orange bark color is developed. A slow
growing, rounded to broadly spreading evergreen tree with a domed or
umbrella-shaped crown. Needles are bright green 3 - 5” long and are borne
in pairs. Matures at 12’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Densiflora Umbraculifera Tanyosho - Tanyosho Table Top Pine. A
slow growing, rounded to broadly spreading evergreen tree with a domed or
umbrella-shaped crown. Needles are bright green 3 - 5” long and are borne
in pairs. Matures at 12’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Densiflora Umbraculifera Tanyosho Compacta - Compact Tanyosho
Table Top Pine. A slow growing, rounded to broadly spreading, evergreen
tree with a domed or umbrella-shaped crown. Needles are bright green 3 5” long and are borne in pairs. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Densiflora Umbraculifera Tanyosho Nana - Tanyosho Dwarf Table
Top Pine. A slow growing, rounded to broadly spreading, evergreen tree
with a domed or umbrella-shaped crown. Needles are bright green 3 - 5”
long and are borne in pairs. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Flexilis Cessarini Blue - Cessarini Blue Limber Pine. The absolute best
of the limber pines that grows more compact than the Flexis Glauca. Leaves,
in fives, are slightly curved, 2 ½” - 3 ½” long with a decidedly blue tint.
Densely broad and pyramidal in youth, becoming a low, broad flat-topped
Pinus Flexilis Compacta - Compact Limber Pine. A dwarf compact upright limber
pine. Grayish green needles that are 3” long. Grows 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Flexilis Fastigiata - Columnar Limber Pine. Narrow, conical evergreen tree.
Blue-green 1 ½ - 3 ½” needles that are produced in tight bundles of five and
persist for 5 - 6 years. Matures at 30’ high by 8 - 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 7
Pinus Flexilis Glauca - Blue Limber Pine. Broadly conical evergreen tree, later
domed at the top. Blue-green 1 ½ - 3 ½” needles that are produced in tight
bundles of five and persist for 5 - 6 years. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7
Pinus Flexilis Glauca Reflexa - Blue Reflexa Limber Pine. A blue form of limber
pine. Open habit with red 6” cones. Some limbs have a tendency to weep. This
evergreen plant grows 8 - 16” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8
Pinus Flexilis J Michael - J Michael Limber Pine. It is bright green and very thick.
Has miniature cones on a young plant. Sometimes the buds are so thick in a line
they look
like a rattlesnake tail. This evergreen plant grows at a rate of 1 - 2”
per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Pinus Flexilis Pendula - Weeping Limber Pine. Prostrate, evergreen shrub that
produces blue-green 1 ½- 3 ½” needles that are in tight bundles of five and persist
for 5 - 6 years.
It scampers along the ground forming a wide-spreading rather
irregular shrub.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Flexilis Ririe - Ririe Limber Pine. So full of buds in spring can not see the
needles. Maybe the smallest and most miniature. Needles when seen have a fine
texture. This evergreen plant grows at a rate of ½ - 1” per year. Hardy in zones 4
- 8.
Pinus Flexilis Vanderwolf - Vanderwolf Pyramid Pine. Upright, conical, evergreen,
that is domed at the top, with smooth gray bark, later fissured very pliant, hairy
green shoots have broadly cylindrical to ovoid buds. Blue green 1½ - 3 ½”
needles are produced in tight bundles of five and persist for 5 - 6 years. Matures at
20 - 25’ high by 10 - 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Flexilis Vanderwolf’s Pyramid - Vanderwolf Pyramid Pine. Upright in habit,
and produces blue-green 1 ½ - 3 ½” needles that are produced in tight bundles of
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five and persist for 5 - 6 years. This evergreen plant matures at 20’ high by
10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Gerardiana - Gerald’s Nepal Nut Pine. A peeling bark pine from
Afghanistan. Light green, evergreen leaves with bark that is gray, green and
blue.
Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Pinus Griffithii - Griffith Pine. Same as Wallichiana. Conical tree when
young, developing a broad, domed crown. It has smooth gray bark, later
scaly an dark brown, and thick, olive-green shoots with cylindrical-conical
buds. Arching to pendent, gray-green to glaucous blue 4 ½ - 8” leaves that
are produced in fives. Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 9.
Pinus Heldreichii Leucodermis - Dwarf Bosnian Pine. Narrow, dense,
evergreen tree
that has dark, green-black 3 - 3 ½” needles. Matures at
8 - 12’ high by 3 - 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Pinus Jeffreyi - Jeffrey Pine. Broadly conical, evergreen tree with smooth,
deeply fissured black bark and thick, glaucous, gray-green shoots with long,
oblong-conical buds. Gray-green or bluish green 5 - 10” leaves borne in
threes. Matures at 80’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Pinus Koraiensis Glauca - Blue Korean Pine. Broadly conical, evergreen tree
with smooth, dark gray bark, becoming scaly with age, and green shoots
with dense, orange-brown hairs and ovoid to cylindrical buds. Shiny, deep
green 2½ - 5” leaves, with silvery white bands on the inner sides are borne
in fives. Plant matures at 70’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Koraiensis Nana - Dwarf Korean Pine. Evergreen shrub or small tree
that has light green needles that are 3” long. Plant only grows about 3 - 6”
per year.
Hardy in
zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Koraiensis Oculus Draconis - Oculus Draconis Korean Pine. Evergreen
having long, green needles with a twist. Have never seen it variegated. Plant
looks good.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Korainesis Silveray - Silveray Korean Pine. A blue upright form of
Korean Pine. Puts on cones that are bigger than a fist and look like a
pineapple. Grows more upright that out. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Monophylla Barb’s Best - Barb’s Best Singleleaf Pinyon Pine.
Evergreen plant has needles larger than the species and are a nice blue in
color. Compact dwarf upright globe. Matures at 3’ high by 2’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Monophylla Eeney Meeney Miney Moe - Eeney Meeney Miney Moe
Singleleaf Pinyon Pine. Evergreen plant has needles larger than the species and are
a nice blue in color. Compact dwarf upright globe. Matures at 3’ high by 2’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Monophylla Elegance - Elegance Singleleaf Pinyon Pine. Evergreen plant is
8’ high by 2’ wide. Leaves are blue. Looks like a tall vase that closes back at the
top. Grows 6 - 9” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Monophylla Kyle’s Blue - Kyle’s Blue Singleleaf Pinyon Pine. Evergreen plant
has needles larger than the species and a nice blue. Compact dwarf upright globe.
Matures at 3’ high by 2’ wide. Grows 2 - 4” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Monophylla Stanley’s Pyramid - Stanley’s Pyramid Singleleaf Pinyon Pine.
Upright evergreen plant with blue needles. A one needle pine. Grows at a rate of 3
- 6” per year. Matures at 8’ high by 30” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Mugo Aurea - Golden Mugo Pine. Shrub or rounded to broadly spreading
evergreen tree with thick, ascending or spreading branches, scaly gray bark, green
shoots becoming brown and very resinous, ovoid-oblong buds. Well-spaced,
yellowish-green 1 ¼ - 3” needles that are borne in pairs. Matures at 11’ high by
15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Mugo Gnom - Gnom Mugo Pine. Squat, evergreen shrub that becomes more
rounded to broadly spreading shrub with thick, ascending or spreading branches,
scaly gray bark, green shoots becoming brown and very resinous, ovoid-oblong
buds. Well-spaced, dark to bright-green 1 ¼ - 3” needles that are borne in pairs.
Matures at 6’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Mugo Jim’s Delight - Jim’s Delight Dwarf Mugo Pine. Evergreen shrub with
thick, ascending or spreading branches, scaly gray bark, green shoots becoming
brown and very resinous, ovoid-oblong buds. Well-spaced, dark to bright-green 1
¼ - 3” needles that are borne in pairs. Matures at 4’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Mugo Mops - Mops Swiss Mountain Mugo Pine. Evergreen shrub that is more
rounded with thick, ascending or spreading branches, scaly gray bark, green shoots
becoming brown and very resinous, ovoid-oblong buds. Well-spaced, green 2 ½”
needles that are borne in pairs. Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 7.
Pinus Mugo Mugo - Dwarf Mugo Pine. Evergreen shrub or rounded to broadly
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spreading tree with thick, ascending or spreading branches, scaly gray bark,
green shoots becoming brown and very resinous, ovoid-oblong buds. Wellspaced, dark to bright green 1 ¼ - 3” needles that are borne in pairs.
Matures at 8’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Mugo Oregon Jade - Oregon Jade Mugo Pine. Evergreen shrub or
rounded to broadly spreading tree with thick, ascending or spreading
branches, scaly gray bark, green shoots becoming brown and very resinous,
ovoid-oblong buds. Well-spaced, nice-green 1 ¼ - 3” needles that are borne
in pairs and create a puffy appearance. Matures at 6’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Mugo Prostrate Wells - Well’s Prostrate Dwarf Mugo Pine. Evergreen
spreading shrub with thick, spreading branches, scaly gray bark, green
shoots becoming brown and very resinous, ovoid-oblong buds. Wellspaced, dark to bright-green 1 ¼ - 3” needles that are borne in pairs.
Matures at 2’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Mugo Pumilio - Pumilio Dwarf Mugo Pine. Evergreen shrub or rounded
to broadly spreading tree with thick, ascending or spreading branches, scaly
gray bark, green shoots becoming brown and very resinous, ovoid-oblong
buds. Well-spaced, dark to bright-green 1 ¼ - 3” needles that are borne in
pairs. Matures at 6’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 7.
Pinus Mugo Pumilio Glauca - Pumilio Dwarf Blue Mugo Pine. Evergreen
shrub or rounded to broadly spreading tree with thick, ascending or
spreading branches, scaly gray bark, green shoots becoming brown and very
resinous, ovoid- oblong buds. Well-spaced, blue-gray green 1 ¼ - 3”
needles that are borne in pairs. Matures at 6’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Mugo Tyrolean - Tyrolean Dwarf Mugo Pine. Evergreen shrub or
rounded to broadly spreading tree with thick, ascending or spreading
branches, scaly gray bark, green shoots becoming brown and very resinous,
ovoid-oblong buds. Well-spaced, dark green 1 ¼ - 3” needles that are borne
in pairs. Matures at 8’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Mugo Valley Cushion - Valley Cushion Dwarf Mugo Pine. Extremely
slow growing evergreen shrub with thick, ascending or spreading branches,
scaly gray bark, green shoots becoming brown and very resinous, ovoidoblong buds. Well-spaced, dark-green ½ - 1 ½” needles that are borne in
pairs. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Nigra - Austrian Pine. Domed, evergreen tree with dense, spreading branches,
plate-like dark brown or black bark, brown shoots, and broadly ovoid, abruptly
sharp-pointed buds with papery scales. Dense, straight, rigid, dark green 3 - 6”
leaves that are borne in pairs. Matures at 60’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 7.
Pinus Nigra Arnold’s Sentinnel - Arnold’s Sentinnel Austrian Pine. Columnar
evergreen tree with dense, branches, plate-like dark brown or black bark, brown
shoots, and broadly ovoid, abruptly sharp-pointed buds with papery scales. Dense,
straight, rigid, dark green 3 - 6” leaves that are borne in pairs. Measures 1’
wide when plant is 6’ high.
Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 4
- 7.
Pinus Nigra Compacta - Compact Austrian Pine. Domed evergreen tree with dense,
spreading branches, plate-like dark brown or black bark, brown shoots, and
broadly
ovoid, abruptly sharp-pointed buds with papery scales. Dense,
straight, rigid, dark green 3 - 6” needles that are borne in pairs. Matures at 20’
high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Nigra Hornibrookii - Hornibrook Dwarf Austrian Pine. Very compact
evergreen shrub with dense, spreading branches, plate-like dark brown or black
bark, brown shoots, and broadly ovoid, abruptly sharp-pointed buds with papery
scales. Dense, straight, rigid, dark green 2 ½ ” needles that are borne in pairs.
Matures at 2’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Nigra Nishiki Tsucasa - Nishiki Tsucasa Austrian Pine. Evergreen tree with
dense, spreading branches, plate-like dark brown or black bark. This variety will
exhibit cork bark even at a young age. Making this plant ideal for bonsai and
other interesting shapes which allow the most bark to be exposed. Dense, straight,
rigid, dark green 3 - 6” leaves that are borne in pairs. Matures at 60’ high by 20’
wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Nigra Select Green - Select Green Austrian Pine. Domed, evergreen tree with
dense, spreading branches, plate-like dark brown or black bark, brown shoots and
broadly ovoid, abruptly sharp-pointed buds with papery scales. Dense, straight,
rigid, 3 - 6” leaves with exceptional dark green color are borne in pairs. Matures
at 60’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Adcock’s Dwarf - Adcock’s Dwarf Japanese White Pine. Dense
and slow growing evergreen with short, gray-green ½ - 1” needles borne in fives.
Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Beuvronensis - Beuvronensis Japanese Blue Pine. Small, slow
growing, upright evergreen tree with very short needles. The needles are
miniature as well as the branches. Good for Bonsai or patio plant. Grows 3 - 4”
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Grows 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Bergman - Bergman Japanese Blue Pine. Makes a wide,
spreading, rounded evergreen shrub with many main shoots. This parviflora
can be trained like a mugo. Beautiful blue-green bicolor foliage. Grows 4 8” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Brevifolia - Brevifolia Japanese Blue Pine. Semi-dwarf
upright, narrow evergreen tree with smaller needles than ‘Glauca’. Nice
blue layered plant. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Compacta Nana - Compact Japanese Blue Pine. Semi-dwarf
evergreen plant that grows upright. Needles are blue and plant stays
together well. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Fukuzumi - Fukuzumi Japanese Blue Pine. Needles are very
short with fine twisted leaves in widely spreading bundles. Plant is a
compact little evergreen shrub with a blue cast. Excellent for bonsai. Grows
2 - 4” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Gimborn’s Ideal - Gimborn’s Ideal Japanese Pine. Foliage
is typical
blue of the Parviflora. Plant forms a large, evergreen shrub
with upright branches.
Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 5
- 7.
Pinus Parviflora Glauca - Japanese Blue Pine . Conical or columnar
evergreen tree that offers ¾ - 2 ½” twisted, blue-green needles that have
whitish blue inner sides and are
borne in fives. Plant matures at 40’
high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Glauca Brevifolia - Brevifolia Japanese Blue Pine.
Narrowly, conical or columnar evergreen tree that offers 1” blue-green
needles that have whitish blue inner sides and are borne in fives. Plant
matures at 40’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Glauca Compact - Compact Japanese Blue Pine. Conical or
columnar evergreen tree that offers ¾ - 2 ½” twisted, blue-green needles that
have whitish blue inner sides and are borne in fives. Plant matures at 25’
high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Glauca Nana - Dwarf Japanese Blue Pine. Dwarf upright
growing Parviflora. The needles are miniature as well as the branches.
Good for bonsai or patio plant. Evergreen foliage is a nice blue color.
Pinus Parviflora Hagarumo - Hagarumo Japanese Blue Pine. Best miniature
Parviflora we have seen. Grows in the form of a miniature bun. Foliage is bluegreen needle type. This evergreen plant grows at a rate of ½ - 1” per year. Hardy
in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Ibo-Can - Ibo-Can Compact Japanese Blue Pine. Conical or
columnar evergreen tree that offers ¾ - 2 ½” twisted, blue-green needles that have
whitish blue inner sides and are borne in fives. Plant matures at 20’ high by 15’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Kwangtungensis - Kwangtungensis Japanese Blue Pine. A rare
Chinese tree, closely allied to the common Pinus Parviflora with much the same
growth habit. The short needles come in groups of five. Each needle has three
surfaces: one is emerald green in color, while the other two are blue. The
combination of colors is irresistible to customers who seek out the more interesting
plants. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Ogon Janome - Ogon Janome Variegated Dwarf Japanese Pine. A
dwarf variegated Japanese white pine. The green needles are banded with gold
like a dragons-eye pine. Clean cut variegated, not spotty. This evergreen plant
grows 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Pentaphylla Azuma - Azuma Japanese Blue Pine. Dense and slow
growing evergreen with short, gray-green ½ - 1” needles borne in fives. Matures
at 3’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Pentaphylla Kanrico - Kanrico Dwarf Japanese Blue Pine. Dwarf,
upright, evergreen; nice for Bonsai. Needles are very short with fine twisted
leaves in widely spreading bundles. Plant is a compact little evergreen shrub with
a blue cast. Buds come out on bare stems. Grows 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Pentaphylla Nasu - Nasu Japanese Blue Pine. An evergreen tree
that looks like it is self pruning. The plant sends out branches that are
procumbent. Plant looks as though it has been oriental styled already. Grows 6 12” per year. Hardy in zone 5 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Tani Mano Uki - Tani Mano Uki Japanese Snow Pine. Candles on
the evergreen plant in the spring are pink, then new green foliage is dusted pure
white for the summer. A must in every collection. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Parviflora Templehof - Templehof Japanese Blue Pine. Conical or columnar
evergreen tree that offers ¾ - 2 ½” straight, blue-green needles that have whitish
blue inner sides and are borne in fives. Plant matures at 40’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
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Pinus Parviflora Yatsubusa - Yatsubusa Japanese Blue Pine. Compact,
conical or columnar evergreen tree that offers ¾ - 2 ½” twisted, blue-green
needles that have whitish blue inner sides and are borne in fives. Plant looks
as though someone has pruned it. Plant matures at 20’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
10 - 15’ high by 10 - 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Pinus Strobus Contorta - Contorta White Pine. Slender, conical evergreen tree when
young, becoming irregular and flat-topped with age. It has twisted blue-green 3 5” needles on twisted branches. Matures at 25’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Ponderosa - Ponderosa Pine. Conical, evergreen tree, becoming
columnar, deeply fissured bark with smooth, broad plates, and thick greenbrown shoots with oblong-cylindrical buds. Dense, rigid, gray-green 4 - 10”
needles that are borne in threes. Matures at 80’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Strobus Curtis Dwarf - Curtis Dwarf Eastern White Pine. Compact, round
globose form. Dwarf evergreen that grows tight. This plant has a better form than
Strobus Nana. Foliage is needle like and gray-green in color. Matures at 5 - 6’
high by 5 - 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Ponderosa Dixie - Dixie Ponderosa Pine. A beautiful little dwarf
evergreen. The size of your fist in two years. Grows 1 - 2” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Strobus Fastigiata - Colunmar White Pine. Slender, conical evergreen tree.
Slender, gray-green 3 - 5 ½” needles that are borne in fives. Matures at 25’ high
by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Pumila - Japanese Stone Pine. Also known as Dwarf Siberian Pine.
Spreading, low, evergreen shrub with branches that are flexible and bend
down in cold weather. Dark green 1 ½ - 2 ½” needles with bright blue
inner sides, borne in fives. Matures at 6’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Strobus Glauca Nana - Dwarf Blue White Pine. Compact, rounded or
mounded, evergreen shrub. Needles are blue-green and about 3” long. Matures at
6 - 8’ high by 6 - 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Pumila Dwarf Blue - Japanese Prostrate Stone Pine. Also known as
Dwarf Blue Siberian Pine. Spreading, low, evergreen shrub with branches
that are flexible and bend down in cold weather. Blue-green 1 ½ - 2 ½”,
very fine needles with bright blue inner sides, borne in fives. Prune like a
mugo. Matures at 4’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Pinus Strobiformis Glauca - Blue Southwestern White Pine.
Pinus Strobiformis Loma Linda - Loma Linda Southwestern White Pine.
Very tight broom with blue foliage and often has cones. Grows 1 - 2” per
year. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Strobus - Eastern White Pine. Slender, conical, evergreen tree when
young, becoming irregular and flat-topped with age, often losing major
branches. It has smooth gray bark, which becomes black and cracked, and
slender, olive-brown shoots with ovoid-oblong buds. Slender, gray-green 3
- 5 ½” leaves borne in fives. Matures at 60’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 9.
Pinus Strobus Compacta - Compact White Pine. Dense, rounded, slow
growing evergreen shrub or small tree. It has smooth gray bark, which
becomes black and cracked, and slender, olive-brown shoots with ovoidoblong buds. Slender, gray-green 3 - 5 ½” leaves borne in fives. Matures at
Pinus Strobus Horsford Dwarf - Horsford Dwarf Eastern White Pine. Compact,
rounded or mounded, evergreen shrub. Needles are gray-green and about 1 ½ - 2”
long. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Strobus Merrimack - Merrimack White Pine. A witches broom with attractive
dark green needles. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Strobus Minuta - Minuta Dwarf White Pine. Very nice dwarf, flat, evergreen
bun. Green foliage. Grows 1 ½ - 3” a year. Even on the West Coast, pruning is
not necessary every year to make it a tight plant. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Strobus Nana - Dwarf White Pine. Compact, rounded or mounded, evergreen
shrub. Needles are gray - green and about 3” long. Matures at 6 - 8’ high by 6 - 8’
wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Strobus Nana Blue Shag - Blue Shag Dwarf White Pine. Compact, rounded or
mounded, evergreen shrub. Needles are blue-gray-green and about 2” long.
Matures at 4’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Stobus Nana Conical - Pyramidal Dwarf White Pine. Compact, pyramidal or
mounded, evergreen shrub. Needles are gray - green and about 3” long. Matures
at 6 - 8’ high by 4 - 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Strobus Pendula - Weeping White Pine. Weeping evergreen tree that has
twisted, hanging branches and long 3 - 5 ½” gray-green needles that are borne in
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fives. Matures at 6 - 8’ high unless a leader is trained when young.
Limbs will cascade to the ground.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Strobus Pygmaea - Pygmaea Dwarf Eastern White Pine. Compact,
rounded or mounded, evergreen shrub. Needles are gray - green and about
3” long. Matures at 4 - 5’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Strobus Sea Urchin - Sea Urchin Dwarf Eastern White Pine. Compact,
rounded or mounded, evergreen shrub. Needles are gray - green and about
3” long. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 3 - 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Strobus Torulosa - Contorted Needled White Pine. Same as Pinus
Strobus Contorta. Slender, conical evergreen tree when young, becoming
irregular and flat-topped with age. It has twisted blue-green 3 - 5” needles
on twisted branches. Matures at 25’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 8.
Pinus Strobus White Mountain - White Mountain White Pine. Slender,
conical, evergreen tree when young, becoming irregular and flat-topped
with age, often losing major branches. It has smooth gray bark, which
becomes black and cracked, and slender, olive-brown shoots with ovoidoblong buds. Slender, aqua-blue green 3 - 5 ½” leaves borne in fives.
Matures at 60’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Pinus Sylvestris - Scotch Pine. Conical to columnar-conical evergreen tree,
becoming domed, with flaky, red-brown or orange bark in the upper crown,
ridged, purple gray bark at the base. Twisted, blue-green or yellow-green 2
- 3” leaves are borne in pairs. Matures at 50’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in
zones 2 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Albyn - Albyn Dwarf Scotch Pine. A mat like evergreen
shrub. Matures at 18” high. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Sylvestris Beuvronensis - Beuvronensis Dwarf Scotch Pine. Dwarf,
rounded or mounded evergreen shrub. Needles are blue-green or yellowgreen and 2” long and are borne in pairs. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Fastigiata - Columnar Blue Scotch Pine. Narrow and upright
evergreen tree with flaky, red-brown or orange bark in the upper crown,
ridged, purple gray bark at the base. Twisted, blue-green or yellow-green 2
- 3” needles are borne in pairs. Matures at 30’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in
zones 2 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Glauca French Blue - French Blue Scotch Pine.
Pinus Sylvestris Glauca Nana - Dwarf Blue Scotch Pine. Slow growing, small
evergreen tree with a somewhat upright habit. Needles are blue-green and 2” long,
they are borne in pairs. Matures at 12’ high by 22’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Globosa Viridis - Dwarf Green Globe Scotch Pine. Dwarf, upright
globe shaped evergreen shrub that reminds you of an Alberta Spruce in shape.
Needles are mid-green and 2 - 3” long and borne in pairs. Matures at 6 - 9’ high
by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Greg’s Variegated - Greg’s Variegated Scotch Pine. An upright,
small growing, scotch pine with white variegation throughout. This evergreen
plant grows
6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Pinus Sylvestris Hillside Creeper - Hillside Creeper Scotch Pine. A bright green
variety that spreads horizontally on the ground. Also a good evergreen plant
when grafted on standards. Grows at 4 - 8” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Sylvestris Mitsch’s Weeper - Mitsch’s Weeping Dwarf Scotch Pine. A
weeping
form of scotch pine. This evergreen plant has twisted, congested
needles on curving descending branches. Needles are mid-green 2 - 3” long and
borne in pairs. Matures
at 6 - 8’ unless leader is trained when young. Limbs
grow to the ground.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Mount Vernon Blue - Mount Vernon Blue Scotch Pine. Conical to
columnar-conical evergreen tree, becoming domed, with flaky, red-brown or
orange bark in the upper crown, ridged, purple gray bark at the base. Twisted,
bright-blue 2 - 3” leaves are borne in pairs. Plant forms many buds when pruned
and is a very good choice for layering. Matures at 50’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Nana Topiary - Topiary Dwarf Scotch Pine. Slow growing, small
evergreen tree with a somewhat upright habit. Needles are blue-green and 2”
long,
they are borne in pairs. Matures at 12’ high by 22’ wide. Sculptured
into pompoms, hindu-pan or cloud pruned. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Repens - Repens Dwarf Scotch Pine. A dwarf creeping variety of
scotch pine. Looks like a juniper rug or mat. Nice green color and buds have
heavy pitch glossed on. This evergreen plant grows 3 - 6” per year.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Pinus Sylvestris Riverside Gem - Riverside Gem Dwarf Scotch Pine. Slow growing,
small evergreen shrub. Needles are silvery blue-green and 2” long, they are borne
in pairs. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Topiary - Topiary Scotch Pine. Conical to columnar-conical
evergreen
tree, becoming domed, with flaky, red-brown or orange bark in
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the upper crown, ridged, purple gray bark at the base. Twisted, blue-green
or yellow- green 2 -3” leaves are borne in pairs. Matures at 50’ high by
20’ wide. Sculptured into pompoms, hindu-pan or cloud pruned. Hardy
in zones 2 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Virdis Compacta - Compact Green Scotch Pine. Dwarf,
upright globe shaped evergreen shrub that reminds you of an Alberta
Spruce in shape. Needles are mid-green and 2 - 3” long and borne in pairs.
Matures at 6 - 9 high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Pinus Sylvestris Waterii - Waterii Dwarf Scotch Pine. Slow growing
evergreen, densely pyramidal to flat-topped form with steel-blue 2” needles.
Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Pinus Thunbergiana - Japanese Black Pine. Conical evergreen tree that
becomes more rounded with age. Offers thick, dark gray-green 3 - 6”
needles that are borne in pairs. Matures at 50’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Thunbergiana Banshoho - Banshoho Dwarf Japanese Black Pine. A
dwarf mounded evergreen shrub that has white buds that are surrounded
equally by great green foliage. The foliage is thick, dark green 3 - 6”
needles that are borne in pairs. Matures at 3 -4’ high by 5 - 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Thunbergiana Beni Kujaki - Beni Kujaki Variegated Japanese Black
Pine. A variegated dragon’s eye type of black pine. Variegation is yellow
but sometimes pink. This evergreen shrub grows 12 - 24” per year. Hardy
in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Thunbergiana Cork Bark - Cork Bark Japanese Black Pine. Conical
evergreen
tree that becomes more rounded with age. Offers thick,
dark gray-green 3 - 6” needles that are borne in pairs. Matures at 50’ high
by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Thunbergiana Kujaki - Kujaki Variegated Japanese Black Pine. An
Oculus Draconis type, but with pink variegation. Does not show well in
West. This evergreen shrub grows 12 - 24” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Thunbergiana Mt Hood - Mt Hood Prostrate Japanese Black Pine. A
flat
prostrate black pine discovered at Mt. Hood Community College.
Mother plant is 10’ across and 18” high. This evergreen shrub grows 6 - 9”
per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Thunbergiana Oculus-Draconis - Dragon Eye Japanese Black Pine.
Conical evergreen tree that becomes more rounded with age. Offers thick,
dark gray-green 3 - 6” needles which has a yellow center. Needles are borne in
pairs. Matures at 50’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Thunbergiana Shirome Janome - Shirome Janome Variegated Japanese
Black Pine. A new variegated black pine. Has a double variegation of yellow on
every needle. This evergreen shrub grows 12 - 24” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Thunbergiana Thunderhead - Thunderhead Dwarf Japanese Black Pine. A
compact evergreen shrub that offers distinctively white buds above dense, glossy,
dark green foliage. This plant has a broad habit. Matures at 6 - 8’ high by 8 - 10’
wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Thunbergiana Yatsubusa - Yatsubusa Dwarf Japanese Black Pine. A small
round shrub form that offers dark green needles and has a large bud set. The
evergreen foliage is thick, dark green 3 - 6” needles that are borne in pairs. The
growth is fairly columnar and the bark begins to get rough when the plant is
about 3 years old. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 5 - 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pinus Virginiana Wate’s Golden - Wate’s Golden Black Pine. The evergreen leaves
of
this plant are lemon-lime in summer. In the winter plant turns almost
electric yellow. Can spot in the winter garden for color very easily. Grows 12 24” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pinus Wallichiana Zebrina - Variegated Himalayan Pine. Conical evergreen tree
when young, developing a broad, domed crown. Arching to pendent, 6” needles
that are blue, green, white and yellow at the same time. Plant has a yellow cast to
it. Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Platanus Acerifolia Bloodgood - Bloodgood London Planetree. Vigorous, fastgrowing, broadly columnar, deciduous tree with flaking brown, gray and cream
bark and very variable but usually sharply 3 - 5 lobed, bright green 14” leaves.
Green, later brown 1” fruit clusters are borne in groups of up to 4, and persist
during the fall and winter. Matures at 100’ high by 70’ wide. Hardy in zones 5
- 8.
Platanus Acerifolia Yarwood - Yarwood London Planetree. Fast-growing, broadly
columnar, deciduous tree with flaking brown, gray and cream bark and very
variable
but usually sharply 3 - 5 lobed, bright green 14” leaves. The
foliage of this variety is mildew resistant. Green, later brown 1” fruit clusters are
borne in groups of up to 4,
and persist during the fall and winter. Matures
at 100’ high by 70’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Platycladus Orientalis Aurea Nana - Berkman Golden Arborvitae. Synonymous
with
Thuja Orientalis Aurea Nana. Conical or irregularly crowned
evergreen shrub with fibrous, red-brown bark. Offers flat, vertical, irregularly
arranged sprays of scale-like, blunt, triangular, unscented, yellow-green leaves.
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Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
toothed, dark green 3” leaves. Foliage is bronze when young, turning brilliant
yellow in the fall. Has gray-red male or green female 2 1/2” catkins in early
spring. Matures at 50’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
winter. Matures at 5’ high by 2’ wide.
Pleioblastus Argenteostratus - Dwarf Variegated Green and White Bamboo.
Upright, woody bamboo with hollow, pale green culms; the nodes have a
white, waxy bloom beneath, and each bears 1 or 2 branches. Linear 5 ½”
leaves are dark green with cream stripes, and have fine white hairs on both
sides. Matures at 30” high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 11.
Pleioblastus Pygmaeus - Pygmy Bamboo. Upright, woody bamboo with
usually solid, mid-green culms, flattened above and are purplish green at the
tips. There are 1 or 2 branches at each node. The leaves are linear,
checkered, downy, mid-green and 3” in length. Matures at 16” high by 3’
wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 11.
Pleioblastus Viridistriatus - Gold Variegated Dwarf Bamboo. Upright
bamboo with short-running rhizomes and hollow, purple green culms with
hairy nodes. The 7” leaves are linear, brilliant yellow with green stripes,
and margined with fine bristles. Matures
at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy
in zones 7 - 11.
Polystichum - Alaskan Fern. Terrestrial, evergreen fern producing a
shuttlecock of narrowly lance-shaped, pinnate, dark green 24” fronds.
Matures at 18” high by 36” wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Polystichum Munitum - Western Sword Fern. Terrestrial, evergreen fern with
narrowly lance-shaped, leathery, pinnate, dark green 36” fronds that form
shuttlecocks. Pinnae are linear and spiny-toothed. Matures at 36” high by
4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Populas Deltoides X Siouxland - Siouxland Eastern Cottonwood. Fastgrowing, short-lived, weak-wooded, spreading, deciduous tree bearing oval
to triangular, glossy, bright green 5” leaves. Foliage is strongly balsamscented when young. Matures at 80’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 9.
Populas Tremuloides - Quaking Aspen. Vigorous, spreading, deciduous tree
with flat-stalked, rounded to ovate, finely toothed, glossy, dark green 2 ½”
leaves. Foliage is bronze when young, turning brilliant yellow in the fall.
Light winds cause quivering and rattling of the leaves. Gray-red male or
green female 2 ½” catkins, are borne in early spring. Matures at 50’ high by
30’ wide. Hardy in zones 1 - 8.
Populus Tremuloides Erecta - Upright European Aspen. Vigorous, upright
growing deciduous tree bearing flat-stalked, rounded to ovate, coarsely
Potentilla Fruticosa Assorted - Assorted Potentilla. A selection will be made based
on the varieties that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Abbotswood - Abbotswood White Potentilla. Compact, bushy,
deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that are composed of
usually
5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped white 1 ½” flowers are
borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long period from late spring to mid autumn.
Matures at 30” high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Coronation Triumph - Coronation Triumph Yellow Potentilla.
Compact, bushy, deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that
are composed of usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped, bright
yellow 1 ½” flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long period from
late spring to mid-autumn. Matures at 30” high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Day Dawn - Day Dawn Peach-Pink Potentilla. Compact,
bushy, deciduous shrub with pinnate, medium green 1 ½” leaves that are
composed of usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped peach-pink,
suffused with cream 1 ½” flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long
period from late spring to mid autumn. Matures at 30” high by 4’ wide. Hardy
in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Floppy Disk - Floppy Disk Pink Potentilla. Compact, bushy,
spreading, deciduous shrub with pinnate, medium green 1 ½” leaves that are
composed of usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped true pink 1
½” flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long period from late spring
to mid autumn. Matures at 12” high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Gold Drop - Gold Drop Golden-Yellow Potentilla. Compact,
bushy, upright, deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that are
composed of usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped golden-yellow
1” flowers are profusely borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long period from
late
spring to mid autumn. Matures at 4’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Gold Star - Gold Star Golden-Yellow Potentilla. Compact,
bushy, deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that are
composed of
usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped
golden-yellow 1 ½” flowers
are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long
period from late spring to mid autumn. Matures at 30” high by 4’ wide. Hardy
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composed of usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped soft yellow
1 ¼” flowers are borne singly or in cymes
of 3 over a long period from late
spring to mid autumn. Matures at 4’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Goldfinger - Goldfinger Yellow Potentilla. Compact,
bushy,
deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that
are composed of
usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucershaped 2” rich yellow flowers are
borne singly or in cymes of 3 over
a long period from late spring to mid autumn.
Matures at 30” high
by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Hollandia Gold - Hollandia Gold Potentilla. Compact,
low mounded, bushy, deciduous shrub with large, saucer-shaped, dark
yellow flowers. Flowers are borne from late-spring to mid autumn.
Medium, 1 ½” green leaves with a medium texture. Matures at 30” high by
4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Mount Everest - Mount Everest White Potentilla. Upright,
bushy, deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that are
composed of usually
5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped white 1
½” flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long period from late spring to
mid autumn. Matures at 4’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Pink Whisper - Pink Whisper Potentilla. Compact, bushy,
deciduous shrub with pinnate, light-green 1 ½” leaves that are composed of
usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped unusual pale pink 1”
flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long period from late spring to
mid-autumn. Matures at 2’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Jackmannii - Jackmannii Yellow Potentilla. Compact,
bushy,
deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that
are composed of
usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucershaped bright yellow 1 ½” flowers
are borne singly or in cymes of 3
over a long period from late spring to mid autumn. Matures at 30” high by
4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Princess - Princess Pink Potentilla. Compact, bushy, deciduous
shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that are composed of usually 5 or
7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped pale pink 1” flowers are borne singly
or in cymes of 3 over a long period from late spring to mid-autumn. Matures at
30” high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Katherine Dykes - Katherine Dykes Yellow Potentilla.
Compact, bushy, deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½”
leaves that are composed
of usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets.
Saucer-shaped canary yellow 1 ½” flowers
are borne singly or in
cymes of 3 over a long period from late spring to mid autumn.
Matures at 30” high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Primrose Beauty - Primrose Beauty Yellow Potentilla.
Compact, bushy, deciduous shrub with pinnate, gray- green 1 ½” leaves that are
composed of usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped pale
primrose yellow 1 ½” flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long
period from late spring to mid autumn. Matures at 30” high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Klondike - Klondike Yellow Potentilla. Compact, bushy,
deciduous
shrub with pinnate, bright green 1 ½” leaves that are
composed of usually 5 or 7
narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucershaped bright yellow 1 ½” flowers are borne singly
or in cymes of 3
over a long period from late spring to mid autumn. Matures at 30”
high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Kobold - Kobold Yellow Potentilla. Compact, bushy,
deciduous shrub with pinnate, green 1 ½” leaves that are composed of
usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped yellow 1” flowers
are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long period from late spring to mid
autumn. Matures at 24” high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3
- 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Moonlight - Moonlight Yellow Potentilla. Compact,
bushy, deciduous shrub with pinnate, gray green 1 ½” leaves that are
Potentilla Fruticosa Red Ace - Red Ace Red Potentilla. Compact, bushy, deciduous
shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that are composed of usually 5 or
7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped bright vermilion 1 ½” flowers with
yellow on
the backs of the petals. Vermilion flowers are borne singly or in
cymes of 3 over a long period from late spring to mid-autumn. Matures at 30”
high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Red Star - Red Star Red Potentilla. Compact, bushy, deciduous
shrub with pinnate, medium green 1 ½” leaves that are composed of usually 5 or 7
narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped red 1 ½” flowers with yellow undersides
are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long period from late spring to mid
autumn.
The flowers fade to yellow during the summer’s heat. Matures at
30” high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
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Potentilla Fruticosa Red Sunset - Red Sunset Orange Potentilla. Compact,
bushy, deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that are
composed of
usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped,
dark orange 1 ¼” flowers.
Flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over
a long period from late spring to mid autumn. Matures at 30” high by 3’
wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Scarlet - Scarlet Red Potentilla. Compact, bushy,
deciduous shrub
with pinnate, medium green 1 ½” leaves that are
composed of usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped
brilliant scarlet red 1 ½” flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a
long period from late spring to mid autumn. Matures at 30” high by 4’
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Snowbird - Snowbird White Potentilla. Compact, bushy,
deciduous shrub with pinnate, medium green 1 ½” leaves that are composed
of usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped, double, white 1
½” flowers are borne singly
or in cymes of 3 over a long period from
late spring to mid autumn. Matures at 30”
high by 4’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Sundance - Sundance Yellow Potentilla. Compact, bushy,
deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that are
composed of usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped yellow
1 ½” flowers. Flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long
period from late spring to mid autumn. Matures at 30” high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Sutter’s Gold - Sutter’s Gold Yellow Potentilla.
Compact, bushy, deciduous shrub with pinnate, silvery-green 1 ½” leaves
that are composed of usually
5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucershaped bright gold 1 ½” flowers. Flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3
over a long period from late spring to mid autumn.
Matures at 30”
high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Tangerine - Tangerine Yellow Potentilla. Compact,
bushy,
deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that
are composed of
usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucershaped yellow 1 ¼” flowers flushed
pale orange-red. Flowers are
borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long period from
late spring to
mid autumn. Matures at 30” high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Veitchii - Veitchii White Potentilla. Compact, bushy,
deciduous shrub with pinnate, dark blue green 1 ½” leaves that are composed of
usually 5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped white 1” flowers. Flowers
are borne singly or in cymes
of 3 over a long period from late spring to mid
autumn. Matures at 30” high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Fruticosa Yellow Gem - Yellow Gem Yellow Potentilla. Compact, bushy,
deciduous shrub with pinnate, gray green 1 ½” leaves that are composed of usually
5 or 7 narrowly oblong leaflets. Saucer-shaped ruffled, bright yellow 1 ½” flowers.
Flowers are borne singly or in cymes of 3 over a long period from late spring to
mid autumn. Matures at 24” high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Potentilla Nepalensis Miss Willmott - Miss Willmott Pink Potentilla. Loose, clumpforming perennial with numerous branching, red-tinged, wiry stems bearing 5palmate, mid-green 3 - 4” leaves. In summer, bears loose cymes of saucer-shaped,
cherry-pink flowers suffused yellow, with darker pink centers. Flowers are borne
from late spring to mid autumn. Matures at 12 - 18” high by 24” wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Prunus Caroliniana Compacta - Compact Carolina Cherry Laurel. Large,
pyramidal-ovoid evergreen shrub or small tree with oblong to lance-shaped, shiny,
dark green 2 - 3” leaves. In spring, bowl-shaped, 5-petaled, fragrant white ¼”
flowers, produced in dense 1 ½ - 3” clusters. Flowers are followed by ovoid to
spherical, cherry like, lustrous black ½” fruit. Matures at 8 - 12’ high by 6 - 8’.
Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Prunus Cerasifera Krauter Vesuvius - Krauter Vesuvius Purpleleaf Flowering
Plum. Upright oval-rounded, deciduous tree with ovate to obovate, dark purple 2
½” leaves. Solitary, bowl shaped light-pink 1” flowers, are borne along bare
shoots in early spring. Flowers are sometimes followed by spherical, plum like,
edible, red 1 ¼” fruit. Matures at 20’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Prunus Cerasifera Mt. St. Helens - Mt. St. Helens Purpleleaf Flowering Plum. A
branch sport of ‘Newport’ with a straighter, stronger trunk, faster growing with a
round head. Leafs out earlier in the spring and has longer and wider leaves than
the parent plant. Richer purple color holds later in the summer, flowers are light
pink. Matures at 20’
high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Prunus Cerasifera Newport - Newport Purpleleaf Flowering Plum. Rounded,
deciduous tree with ovate to obovate, dark purple 2 ½” leaves that are light
bronze-purple when young. Solitary, pale pink to white 1” flowers are borne
along bare shoots in early spring with the leaves. Matures at 20’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Prunus Cerasifera Thundercloud - Thundercloud Flowering Purpleleaf Plum.
Rounded, deciduous tree with ovate to obovate, dark purple 2 ½” leaves. Solitary,
bowl shaped pink 1” flowers, are borne along bare shoots in early spring. Flowers
are sometimes followed by spherical, plum like, edible, red 1 ¼” fruit. Matures at
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30’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Prunus Glandulosa Rosea Plena - Pink Flowering Almond. Rounded,
deciduous shrub bearing narrowly ovate or elliptic, finely toothed, pale to
mid-green 4” leaves. In mid spring, bowl-shaped, double pink ½” flowers
are borne singly or in pairs. Blooms are densely clustered along the
branches and are followed by spherical, dark red ½” fruit. Matures at 5’
high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Prunus Laurocerasus - Cherry or English Laurel. Dense, bushy, evergreen
shrub that becomes spreading and tree-like with age. Foliage is 6” long,
oblong, glossy dark green above and pale green beneath. In mid and late
spring, cup-shaped, fragrant white 3/8” flowers are produced in upright 2 5” racemes. The flowers are followed by conical, cherry-like red ½” fruit
that ripens to black. Matures at 25’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Prunus Laurocerasus Nana - Dwarf Cherry or English Laurel. Dense, bushy,
evergreen shrub. Foliage is 6” long, oblong, glossy dark green above and
pale green beneath. In mid and late spring, cup-shaped, fragrant white
3/8” flowers are produced in upright 2 - 5” racemes. The flowers are
followed by conical, cherry-like red ½” fruit that ripens to black. Matures
at 6 - 8’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Prunus Laurocerasus Otto Luyken - Otto Luyken Laurel. Dense, bushy,
evergreen shrub. Foliage is 4 ½” long, narrow, pointed and glossy dark
green above and pale green beneath. In mid and late spring and often again
in the fall, cup-shaped, fragrant white 3/8” flowers are produced in upright 2
- 5” racemes. Plant matures at 25’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
fragrant ½” white flowers produced in slender, ascending, spreading, or pendent
10” racemes in early summer. Flowers are followed by ovoid, cherry like red ½”
fruit that ripens to black. Matures at 70’ high by 70’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Prunus Maackii - Amur Chokecherry. Conical, deciduous tree or shrub with peeling,
yellow-brown bark and ovate, dark green 3” leaves that turn yellow in the fall. In
mid spring, produces dense 2 - 3” racemes each with 6 - 10 bowl-shaped, fragrant
white ½” flowers. Flowers are followed by spherical, cherry-like, glossy black
¼” fruit. Matures at 30’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Prunus Mume - Japanese Apricot. Spreading, deciduous tree producing green
shoots and rounded, tapered, dark green 4” leaves. Bears bowl-shaped, fragrant,
white to dark pink 1” flowers borne singly or in pairs on bare shoots. The flowers
are borne in late winter and early spring and are followed by spherical, softly
hairy, apricot-like, sour to bitter, edible yellow 1 ¼” fruit. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus Mume Chinese - Chinese Apricot. Deciduous tree producing green shoots
and rounded, tapered, dark green 4” leaves. Bears bowl-shaped, fragrant, white to
dark pink 1” flowers borne singly or in pairs on bare shoots. The flowers are
borne later and are followed by spherical, softly hairy, apricots that have orange
skin with a red blush. 1 ¼” fruit ripens late June - early July. Good for eating.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Prunus Mume Moorpark - Moorpark Apricot. Deciduous tree producing green
shoots and rounded, tapered, dark green 4” leaves. Bears bowl-shaped, fragrant,
white to dark pink 1” flowers borne singly or in pairs on bare shoots. The flowers
are borne later and are followed by spherical, softly hairy, apricots that have an
uneven orange. 1 ¼” fruit ripens late June - early July. Good for eating and
drying, but not canning.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Prunus Laurocerasus Schipkaensis - Skip Laurel. Dense, bushy, evergreen
shrub. Foliage is 4 ½” long, narrow, pointed and glossy dark green above
and pale green beneath. In mid and late spring, cup-shaped, fragrant white
3/8” flowers are produced in upright 2 - 5” racemes. Matures at 6’ high by
10’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Prunus Mume Perfection - Perfection Apricot. Deciduous tree producing green
shoots and rounded, tapered, dark green 4” leaves. Bears bowl-shaped, fragrant,
white to dark pink 1” flowers borne singly or in pairs on bare shoots. The flowers
are borne in late spring and are followed by spherical, softly hairy, apricots that
have orange skin. 1 ¼” fruit ripens late June - early July. Good for eating.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus Laurocerasus Zabeliana - Zabel Laurel. Dense, bushy, evergreen
shrub. Foliage is 4 ½” long, very narrow, pointed and glossy dark green
above and pale green beneath. In mid and late spring and often again in the
fall, cup-shaped, fragrant white 3/8” flowers are produced in upright 2 - 5”
racemes. Matures at 3’ high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Prunus Mume Tilton - Tilton Apricot. Deciduous tree producing green shoots and
rounded, tapered, dark green 4” leaves. Bears bowl-shaped, fragrant, white to dark
pink 1” flowers borne singly or in pairs on bare shoots. The flowers are borne
later and are followed by spherical, softly hairy, apricots that have golden yellow
skin with a red blush. 1 ¼” fruit ripens mid - late June. Good for canning, eating
and drying. A good pollenizer and heavy producer. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus Lusitanica - Portugal Laurel. Dense, bushy, evergreen shrub or tree
with red-stalked, ovate to elliptic, glossy, dark green 5” leaves. Cup-shaped,
Prunus Royal Burgundy - Royal Burgundy Flowering Cherry. Upright, deciduous
tree, vase shaped when young, spreading wider with age, has ovate, dark burgundy
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spherical, edible, scarlet ½” fruit. Matures at 6 - 10’ high by 15’ wide.
in zones 2 - 7.
red 5” leaves. Double, deep pink 2” flowers, that are profusely borne in
clusters of 2 - 5 in mid and late spring before and after the leaves emerge.
Matures at 30’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus Serrulata Amanogawa - Amanogawa Pink Flowering Cherry.
Upright, deciduous tree bearing obovate 5” leaves that are yellowish bronze
in the spring while still folded. Fall color is often, red yellow and green at
the same time on the same tree. In mid spring, produces dense clusters of
saucer-shaped or semi double, fragrant, pale pink 1 ½ flowers that are held
vertically on thick stalks. Matures at 25’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus Serrulata Kwanzan - Kwanzan Flowering Cherry ( Own Root ).
Upright, deciduous tree, vase shaped when young, spreading wider with age,
has ovate, dark green 5” leaves. Double, deep pink 2” flowers, that are
profusely borne in clusters of 2 - 5 in mid and late spring before and after the
leaves emerge. Matures at 30’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus Serrulata Shirotae - Mount Fuji Flowering Cherry. Spreading,
deciduous tree with slightly arching branches and elliptic, dark green 5”
leaves. Foliage is pale green when young, orange and red in the fall. In mid
spring, bears cup-shaped or semi-double, fragrant 2” white flowers, in
pendent clusters of 2 or 3. Matures at 20’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus Shirofugen - Shirofugen Flowering Cherry. Spreading, deciduous tree
bearing oblong, dark green 5” leaves. Foliage is bronze-red when young,
turning orange-red in the fall. Clusters of 3 - 5 double, fragrant white 2”
flowers open from pink buds in mid spring, they turn pink before they fall.
Matures at 25’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus Subhirtella Pendula - Weeping Higan Pink Flowering Cherry. Also
known as Rosebud Weeping Flowering Cherry. Spreading, weeping
deciduous tree with broadly elliptic or ovate, sometimes 3 lobed, sharply
toothed, dark green 3” leaves. Leaves are pale bronze when young, turning
yellow in the fall. Bowl-shaped, 3/4” pink flowers are borne in clusters of 2
- 5 in the spring, either before or with the leaves. Matures at 25’ high by 25’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus Tomentosa - Nanking Cherry. Also known as Manchu Cherry.
Spreading, dense, deciduous shrub, opening with age, producing peeling,
shiny, reddish brown bark. Obovate to elliptic, pointed, toothed, softly
hairy, dull dark green ¾ - 1 ½” leaves. In early spring, bears bowl shaped,
fragrant white ¾” flowers that are pinkish white in bud, followed by
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Prunus Virginiana Canada - Canada Red Choke Cherry. Conical, often suckering
deciduous tree or shrub with broadly obovate to broadly elliptic, glossy, bright
green 4” leaves in the spring and turn deep purple in the summer and fall. In late
spring, bears cup-shaped white ½” flowers in dense 4” racemes. Flowers are
followed by spherical, red to purple 3/8” fruit. Matures at 30’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Prunus Virginiana Schubert - Schubert Select Choke Cherry. Conical, often
suckering deciduous tree or shrub with broadly obovate to broadly elliptic, glossy,
mid-green 4” leaves that turn dark red-purple in the summer. In late spring, bears
cup shaped white ½” flowers in dense 4” racemes, followed by spherical, red to
purple 3/8” fruit. Matures at 30’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Prunus X Blireana - Blireana Flowering Plum. Spreading, deciduous shrub or small
tree bearing ovate, red-purple 2 ½” leaves, that turn dark green in the summer.
Solitary, double pink 1 ¼” flowers are produced before the leaves in early and mid
spring. Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus X Cistena - Dwarf Purpleleaf Sand Cherry. Slow-growing, upright,
deciduous shrub with oval, red-purple 2 ½” leaves that are red when young.
Solitary, bowl-shaped white ½” flowers are produced in mid spring. Flowers are
sometimes followed by spherical, cherry-like, dark purple ¾” fruit. Matures at 5’
high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Prunus X CV Snofozam - Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry. White weeping cherry
on mazzard standard. Spreading, weeping, deciduous tree with broadly elliptic or
ovate, sometimes 3 lobed, sharply toothed, dark green 3” leaves. Foliage is pale
bronze when young, turning yellow in fall. Bowl shaped, single, white ¾” flowers
are borne in clusters of 2 - 5 in the spring. Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Prunus X Subhirtella Double Sub Mazzard - Double Sub Weeping Cherry on
Mazzard Standard. Spreading, weeping, deciduous tree with broadly elliptic or
ovate, sometimes 3 lobed, sharply toothed, dark green 3” leaves. Foliage is pale
bronze when young, turning yellow in fall. Bowl shaped, double rose-pink ¾”
flowers are borne in clusters of 2 - 5 in the spring. Matures at 25’ high by 25’
wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Prunus X Subhirtella Double Sub Serrula - Double Sub Weeping Cherry on
Serrula Standard. Spreading, weeping, deciduous tree with broadly elliptic or
ovate, sometimes 3 lobed, sharply toothed, dark green 3” leaves. Foliage is pale
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bronze when young, turning yellow in fall. Bowl shaped, double rose-pink
¾” flowers are borne in clusters of 2 - 5 in the spring. Matures at 25’ high
by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Prunus X Yedoensis Akebono - Akebono Japanese Flowering Cherry.
Rounded, spreading, deciduous tree bearing arching branches and elliptic,
dark green, 4 ½” leaves. In early spring, before the leaves, produces a
profusion of racemes of 5 or 6 bowl-shaped, double, soft pink 1 ½” flowers.
Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Prunus X Yedoensis Yoshino - Yoshino White Flowering Cherry. Spreading,
deciduous tree bearing arching branches and elliptic, dark green 4 ½” leaves.
In early spring, before the leaves, produces a profusion of racemes of 5 or 6
bowl-shaped, pale pink 1 ½” flowers that fade to nearly white. Matures at
50’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Pseudolarix Amabilis - Amabilis Golden Larch. Broadly conical or flattened,
open-crowned, deciduous-evergreen tree with spreading branches, gray bark
furrowed with raised, plate-like pieces, and purple later grayish purple
shoots with ovoid buds. Linear, soft, fresh green ¾ - 2” leaves, that turn
golden-orange in the fall. Matures at 50’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones
5 - 9.
Pseudolarix Kaempferi - Kaempferi Golden Larch. Same as Pseudolarix
Amabilis. Broadly conical or flattened, open-crowned, deciduous-evergreen
tree with spreading branches, gray bark furrowed with raised, plate-like
pieces, and purple later grayish purple shoots with ovoid buds. Linear, soft,
fresh green ¾ - 2” leaves, that turn golden-orange in the fall. Matures at 50’
high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Pseudotsuga Menziesii - Douglas Fir. Broadly conical, evergreen tree when
young, becoming columnar with spreading branches. The bark is smooth
and gray at first, then thick, corky, deeply ridged, and red brown. Ovoid,
sharp pointed, red-brown buds open to linear, soft, dark green ½ - 1 ¼”
leaves. Leaves are loosely parted on the shoots, each with 2 white bands
beneath. Matures at 80’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pseudotsuga Menziesii Fletcheri - Fletcheri Douglas Fir. Spreading, flattopped, dwarf evergreen cultivar, producing ½ - 1¼” blue-green leaves. The
foliage is loosely parted
on the shoots, each with 2 white bands beneath.
Matures at high by 6 - 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pseudotsuga Menziesii Glauca - Blue Douglas Fir. Broadly conical evergreen
tree when young, becoming columnar with spreading branches. Blueglaucous foliage is ½ - 1 ¼” long, loosely parted on the shoots, each with 2
white bands beneath. Matures at 40’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pseudotsuga Menziesii Glauca Fastigiata - Columnar Blue Douglas Fir. Columnar
evergreen tree. Blue-glaucous foliage is ½ - 1 ¼” long, loosely parted on the
shoots, each with 2 white bands beneath. When the plant is 10’ tall it is only 16”
wide at the largest spot.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pseudotsuga Menziesii Glauca Pendula - Weeping Blue Douglas Fir. Weeping,
slow growing, evergreen tree. Blue-glaucous foliage is ½ - 1 ¼” long, loosely
parted on the shoots, each with 2 white bands beneath. Fills in as it grows.
Growing at a rate of 8 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pseudotsuga Menziesii Graceful Grace - Graceful Grace Weeping Douglas Fir.
The nicest weeping douglas fir on the market. Its evergreen leaves twist slightly
giving this tree
a light green-gray appearance. All branches curve down.
Grows 6 - 12” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pseudotsuga Menziesii Hornecker - Hornecker Douglas Fir. Green upright
evergreen pyramid of sheared like appearance. The perfect 6’ Christmas tree in
15 years without pruning. Grows 4 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pseudotsuga Menziesii Pendula - Weeping Douglas Fir. Weeping, slow growing,
evergreen tree. Dark green foliage is ½ - 1 ¼” long, loosely parted on the shoots,
each with 2 white bands beneath. Fills in as it grows. Growing at a rate of 8 12” per
year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pseudotsuga Menziesii Skyline - Skyline Blue Douglas Fir. A blue snakelike
evergreen plant. Single branches going every which way. Grows 12 - 24” per
year. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Pyracantha Coccinea Government Red - Government Red Firethorn. Dense, bushy
evergreen shrub with ovate-lance shaped dark green ¾ - 1 ½” leaves. Bears small,
creamy white flowers in corymbs in early summer, followed by bright scarlet ¼”
berries. Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Pyracantha Coccinea Graberi - Graberi Red Firethorn. Spreading, upright,
evergreen, growing to 15’ tall by 10’ wide. Limber branches make it a good
espalier plant. Huge clusters of dark red fruit that color in mid- fall, last through
winter. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Pyracantha Coccinea Harlequin - Harlequin Red Firethorn. Spreading, evergreen
shrub with oblong, dark green 2” leaves, strikingly marked creamy white, flushed
pink when young. Small white flowers are produced in corymbs in early summer
followed by 1/4” red berries. Matures at 5’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 9.
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Pyracantha Coccinea Kasan - Kasan Orange-Red Firethorn. Dense, bushy
evergreen shrub with ovate-lance shaped dark green ¾ - 1 ½” leaves. Bears
small, creamy white flowers in corymbs in early summer, followed by
orange red ¼” berries. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. One of the hardier
forms. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Pyracantha Coccinea Lalandei - Lalandei Orange Firethorn. Dense, upright,
evergreen shrub with ovate-lance shaped dark green ¾ - 1 ½” leaves. Bears
small, creamy white flowers in corymbs in early summer, followed by bright
orange red ¼” berries. Matures at 20’ high by 10-12’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
Pyracantha Coccinea Lowboy - Lowboy Orange Firethorn. Low growing,
dense, evergreen shrub with ovate-lance shaped dark green ¾ - 1 ½” leaves.
Bears small, creamy white flowers in corymbs in early summer, followed by
orange ¼” berries. Matures at 3’ high by 3 - 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 9.
Pyracantha Coccinea Wyattii - Wyattii Orange-Red Firethorn. This evergreen
shrub is more cold hardy than ‘Lalandei’. Orange-Red fruits prolifically
produced. This plant is tolerant of poor soil. Matures at 9 - 12’. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Pyracantha Coccinea Yukon Belle - Yukon Belle Orange Firethorn. Dense,
semi-evergreen, shrub with ovate-lance shaped dark green ¾ - 1 ½” leaves.
Bears small, creamy white flowers in corymbs in early summer, followed by
bright orange-red ¼” berries. Matures at 6 - 10’ high by 6 - 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9
Pyracantha Hybrid Mohave - Mohave Red Pyracantha. Vigorous, bushy
evergreen shrub with oval, dark green 2 ½” leaves. In early summer, small
white flowers are produced in corymbs, followed by long-lasting 3/8” red
berries. Matures at 12’ tall by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Pyracantha Santa Cruz - Santa Cruz Red Pyracantha. Low, compact, spreading
evergreen
shrub with oblong, dark green 3” leaves. Small white flowers are
produced in corymbs
in early summer, followed by small ¼” red berries.
Matures at 3’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Pyracantha Teton - Teton Yellow Pyracantha. Vigorous, upright evergreen shrub
with oblong, wavy-margined, glossy, bright green 2” leaves. Small white flowers
are produced in corymbs in early summer, followed by an abundance of yelloworange ¼” berries. Matures at 15’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Pyrus Calleryana Aristocrat - Aristocrat Flowering Pear. Broadly conical,
deciduous tree with more horizontal branches that are often very thorny. Foliage
is ovate to broadly ovate, finely scalloped or toothed, glossy, dark green 3”
leaves that turn red in late fall. White ¾” flowers are borne in umbel-like racemes
up to 12, in early spring, followed in the fall by spherical ½” brown fruit.
Matures at 50’ high by 50’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pyrus Calleryana Autumn Blaze - Autumn Blaze Flowering Pear. Broadly conical,
deciduous tree with branches that are often very thorny. Foliage is ovate to
broadly ovate, finely scalloped or toothed, glossy, dark green 3” leaves that turns
red-purple in late fall. White ¾” flowers are borne in umbel-like racemes up to 12,
in early spring, followed in the fall by spherical ½” brown fruit. Matures at 50’
high by 50’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pyrus Calleryana Capital - Capital Flowering Pear. Narrowly conical, deciduous
tree with branches that are often very thorny. Foliage is ovate to broadly ovate,
finely scalloped or toothed, glossy, dark green 3” leaves that turn copper in late
fall. White ¾” flowers are borne in umbel-like racemes up to 12, in early spring,
followed in the fall by spherical ½” brown fruit. Matures at 40’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pyracantha Hybrid Navajo - Navajo Orange Pyracantha. Low-growing
evergreen shrub that is mounded, and has dense branching. In early
summer, masses of small white flowers are borne which later produce rich
orange-red fruits that are resistant to scab and are highly tolerant to fire
blight. Matures at 6’ high by 7 ½’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Pyrus Calleryana Chanticleer - Chanticleer Flowering Pear. Narrowly conical,
deciduous tree with branches that are often very thorny. Foliage is ovate to
broadly ovate, finely scalloped or toothed, glossy, dark green 3” leaves that turn
red in late fall. White ¾” flowers are borne in umbel-like racemes up to 12, in
early spring, followed in the fall by spherical ½” brown fruit. Matures at 50’ high
by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pyracantha Orange Glow - Orange Glow Pyracantha. Upright, later
spreading, loosely branched shrub with broadly elliptic to obovate, glossy,,
dark green ¾ - 1 ½” leaves. Small white flowers are produced in corymbs
in late spring, followed by a profusion of persistent, orange-red to dark
orange ¼ - 3/8” berries. Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in
zones 7 - 9.
Pyrus Calleryana Dancer - Dancer Flowering Pear. Pyramidal, deciduous tree with
strong, well placed branches that are often very thorny. Foliage is borne on long
petioles allowing them to literally “dance” in the breeze, quite similar to and
Aspen. Ovate to broadly ovate, finely scalloped or toothed, glossy, silver / gray 3”
leaves that mature to shiny light green and then they turn red in late fall. Prolific
white ¾” flowers are borne in umbel-like racemes up to 12, in early spring,
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followed in the fall by spherical ½” brown fruit. Matures at 30’ high by 25’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pyrus Calleryana New Bradford - New Bradford Flowering Pear.
Pyrus Calleryana Redspire - Redspire Flowering Pear. Pyramidal, deciduous
tree with branches that are often very thorny. Foliage is ovate to broadly
ovate, finely scalloped or toothed, glossy, dark green 3” leaves that turn
yellow in late fall. White ¾” flowers are borne in umbel-like racemes up to
12, in early spring, followed in the fall by spherical ½” brown fruit. Matures
at 40’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Pyrus Fauriei Korean Sun - Korean Sun Flowering Pear.
Quercus Bicolor - Swamp White Oak. Spreading, deciduous tree with peeling,
fissured, gray-brown bark, produces oblong-obovate to obovate, prominently
toothed and veined, glossy, bright green 6” leaves. The foliage is whitehairy beneath when young, orange to bright red in the fall. Bears long
stalked, oblong-ovoid acorns.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Quercus Borealis - Northern Red Oak. Syn. with Quercus Rubra. Fast
growing, spreading, deciduous tree with smooth, grayish brown or dark gray
bark. Elliptic, matte, dark green 8” leaves that are cut into bristle-tipped
lobes, turn yellow to red-brown in the fall. Acorns are hemispherical.
Matures at 80’ high by 70’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Quercus Coccinea - Scarlet Oak. Rounded, deciduous tree with pale graybrown bark in scaly plates. Glossy, dark green 6” leaves are elliptic, with
deep lobes ending in bristle-tipped teeth, and tufts of hairs in the vein axils
beneath. The leaves turn bright
red in the fall. Acorns are ovoid to
nearly spherical. Matures at 70’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Quercus Gambellii - Gambel Oak. Deciduous shrub or small tree with deeply
grooved,
often red-brown-tinted, dark gray bark. Obovate, hairless, midgreen 3 - 5” leaves that have 6 - 12 deep, irregular lobes. Ovoid, woolly,
round-tipped acorns have spherical to top-shaped tops. Matures at 25’ high
by 10 - 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Quercus Macrocarpa - Bur Oak. Slow-growing, spreading, deciduous tree
with ridged, dark brown bark and corky, hairy shoots. Glossy, obovate to
oblong-obovate, dark green 10” leaves, white-hairy beneath with deep and
irregular lobes. Solitary, ovoid 2” acorns are borne in large, fringed cups.
Matures at 50’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 9.
Quercus Palustris - Pin Oak. Fast-growing, broadly conical, deciduous tree with
pendent lower branches and smooth gray bark. Elliptic, deeply lobed, glossy, midgreen 6” leaves that are broadly tapered at the bases, they have large tufts of hairs
in the leaf vein axils beneath, and turn scarlet to red-brown in the fall. Acorns are
nearly spherical. Matures at 70’ high by 40’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Quercus Robur Skyrocket - Skyrocket English Oak. Rugged, uniform, narrow,
deciduous tree with fissured, gray-brown bark. Dark green, very short-stalked 5
½” leaves that
turns yellow-brown in the fall. Foliage is ovate-oblong, with
rounded lobes, each base with two small, ear-like lobes. Ovoid acorns are borne
singly or in clusters of 2 or 3. Matures at 45’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Quercus Rubra - Northern Red Oak. Syn. with Quercus Borealis. Fast growing,
spreading, deciduous tree with smooth, grayish brown or dark gray bark. Elliptic,
matte, dark green 8” leaves that are cut into bristle-tipped lobes, turn yellow to
red-brown in the fall.
Acorns are hemispherical. Matures at 80’ high by 70’
wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Quercus X Crimschmidt - Crimson Spire Oak. A columnar, tightly fastigiate,
deciduous tree that has dark green, mildew resistant foliage that gives a reddish
fall color. Matures at 45’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Rhododendron A Bedford - A Bedford Lavender-Blue Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Growth habit is large, upright, and vigorous, with a tolerance for full sun
exposure. Evergreen foliage is large, to 6 ½” long, dark glossy green. Open
funnel-form 3 ¼” flowers that are pale mauve to lavender blue with a distinctive
dark blotch, held in compact dome-shaped trusses with up to 16 flowers. Petal
edges are slightly ruffled. Matures at 6’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Aglo - Aglo Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ). Evergreen shrub with small,
glossy, bright green leaves, that turn a coppery bronze in the winter. Early in the
season, bears small trusses of open funnel-shaped, bright pink 1 ½” flowers with
rust-red throats.
Will grow in full sun. Matures at 4’ high by 4’ wide.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Album Elegans - Album Elegans White Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ).
Habit is rather open, with good evergreen foliage and a strong growth character.
Lovely, mauve - tinged, white flowers have greenish yellow throats, spotted dark
on upper petal and set in rounded trusses. Matures at 6’. Blooms from June 1st June 15th.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Alice - Alice Pink Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). Upright and healthy, easy
to grow, with plentiful foliage, tough and sun-tolerant. Foliage is large up to 6”.
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Flowers are pink opening two-toned with darker edges and developing
into a clear solid pink later carried in large upright trusses. Matures at 6’.
Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Aloha - Aloha Pink Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ). Dark buds open
to medium pink, fading lighter. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms
from April 1st - April 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron America - America Red Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ). Medium
sized foliage, to 4” long. Foliage is matte green, heavily veined. Flowers
are small, the color a bright rather blue-toned red, appearing in tightly
compact ball-shaped trusses. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms
from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Anah Kruschke - Anah Kruschke Purple Rhododendron. ( H 2 ) . Compact habit, grows well in full sun. Foliage is dense and lush, with
dark green 5” leaves. Flowers, from pale lavender-blue to reddish purple,
are carried in tight, conical-shaped, medium-sized trusses. This evergreen
plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May 15th June 1st. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Anna H. Hall - Anna H. Hall Pink Dwarf Rhododendron ( H 1 ). Semi-dwarf plant with medium-sized 3 ½” leaves. Flowers are 2 ¼”
and intense pink
in the bud, opening white in trusses of 15 flowers.
This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Anna Rose Whitney - Anna Rose Whitney Pink
Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). Growth habit is vigorous and upright, tall, with
dense foliage, quickly growing to a very large, well-shaped plant. Large 8”
leaves, are matte olive green. Funnel-form flowers, to as much as 4” wide,
are a lovely deep rose-pink, held in large, somewhat open trusses to 12
blossoms. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May 15th June 1st.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Antoon Van Welie - Antoon Van Welie Pink Rhododendron. (
H - 3 ).
The flowers are deep pure pink making big trusses. Broad
leaves are waxy and attractive. Habit is very vigorous, sturdy and
handsome. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May 15th June 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Apricot Azor - Apricot Azor Salmon Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Habit is upright, slightly open and spreading, with large medium green
leaves. Flowers are a soft apricot or salmon pink, mid-sized, carried in loose
trusses. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from June 1st - June
15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron April Rose - April Rose Pink Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ). An early
spring shower of bright, double, rose-pink flowers set against a background of
dark mahogany red foliage. Grows upright. Great candidate for a low hedge.
This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to
-25 F.
Rhododendron Arctic Pearl - Arctic Pearl White Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ). Leaves
on this plant are typical of the species, small and somewhat glossy. Flowers, to 2”
across, are white, carried in trusses to 5 flowers. This evergreen plant matures at
4’. Blooms from March 15th - April 15th. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Augustinii Towercourt - Augustinii Towercourt Lavender-Blue
Rhododendron ( H -3 ). Compact, upright evergreen shrub with long narrow
leaves, smooth dark green in color. A strong plant and will tolerate the sun. 2”
bell shaped flowers are held in clusters of 2 - 6. Blooms are pale to deep blue or
lavender blue. Color can vary from year on the same plant. Plant matures at 6’.
Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Autumn Gold - Autumn Gold Orange Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Luscious salmon orange trusses invite attention to this late season bloomer. A
deep orange eye glows at the center of the flower. This large growing hybrid has
dense medium toned green foliage and tolerates heat well. This evergreen plant
matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Baden Baden - Baden Baden Red Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Some of the best growing reds have come from Germany, and Baden Baden is
one of the best. This low growing evergreen is laden with bright forest green
foliage, the flowers a clear, glowing red with darker centers. Plant matures at 2’.
Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to - 15 F.
Rhododendron Bali - Bali Pink Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Soft pink with creamy
center. This evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms from May 1st -May 15th.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Balta - Balta Pink Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Small, glossy,
partly convex evergreen foliage. Plant is compact and slow in rate of growth. Pale
pink to almost white blooms are borne from March 15th - April 15th. Plant
matures at 3 -4’.
Hardy to - 25 F.
Rhododendron Bambino - Bambino Cameo Double Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Multitudes
of fully ruffled hose in hose pink flowers on a very compact plant.
Blooms from
May 1st - May 15th. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Besse Howells - Besse Howells Red Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Leaves
are medium in size on this compact growing plant. Frilled flowers, to 1 ½”
across, are rosy red, blotched darker, in globe-shaped, plentiful trusses. This
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Hardy to -20 F.
glossy green. It’s vigorous, cold hardy, heat and sun resistant. This evergreen
plant matures at 4 - 5’. Blooms May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -15.
at 3’. Blooms from April 16th - May 1st.
Rhododendron Betty Wormald - Betty Wormald Pink Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
A fast grower with an upright spreading habit and medium-large leaves.
Flowers are very large, opening almost flat, and carried in huge, showy,
dome-shaped trusses. Color is pastel pink, paler in the center, and heavily
spotted light purple on upper petal. This evergreen plant matures at 6’.
Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Black Satin - Black Satin Purple Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
Reddish purple, mahogany foliage. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Blaney’s Blue - Blaney’s Blue Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Evergreen shrub with leaves that are forest green in the summer, changing to
a bronze tone in the winter. Flowers are misty blue, covering plant with
masses of blooms which at their peak glow and sparkle with an almost
electric quality. Matures at 4 - 5’ high. Blooms April 15th - May 1st.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Blue Bird - Blue Bird Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). The dense
small leaves of ‘Blue Bird’ create a finely textured plant in the garden. The
plant offers numerous electric blue flowers. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 5 - 6’
wide. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Blue Boy - Blue Boy Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). Upright, open
growing, well shaped, evergreen shrub. Leaves are rather long and narrow,
and dark green in color. The plant is a profuse bloomer of funnel-form 2
1/2”, vibrant violet flowers that have wavy edges and has an almost black
blotch. Flowers are held in a tight rounded truss of up to 20 flowers.
Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Blue Diamond - Blue Diamond Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Small flowers all along the stems. Dense, finely branched stems grow
vertically. A sunny location is best for this well shaped plant. Many times
it is used as a border. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms from
April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Blue Jay - Blue Jay Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Vigorous plant
with bright green foliage. Lavender blue flowers with distinctive brown
dorsal blotch. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th June 1st. Hardy to -10 F.
Rhododendron Blue Peter - Blue Peter Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Frilled trusses
are light lavender blue with a prominent purple flare and lush leaves that are
Rhododendron Boule De Neige - Boule De Neige White Rhododendron ( H - 1).
Bright green leathery leaves and flowers looking like snowballs abound on this
medium size rounded rhododendron. It is known for its heat and sun tolerance and
is extremely cold hardy. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 1st
- May 15th.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Bow Bells - Bow Bells Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). A perfect mound of
luscious light pink flowers appearing first as deep pink buds, contrasting with the
opened flowers giving a two-toned effect. The flowers are followed by shiny,
copper, new leaves appearing at every stem tip, a display in itself. Matures at 3
- 4’. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Bravo - Bravo Pink Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ). Flowers are a light
purplish pink, shading to lighter in center, with sparse dorsal brown spotting.
Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to - 15 F.
Rhododendron Brigg’s Red Star - Brigg’s Red Star Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). This
rhododendron has brilliant red flowers. A magnificent plant that holds the large
resilient blossoms upright on strong stems. The plant is covered with thick,
healthy, deep emerald green foliage. Matures at 4 - 5’. Blooms mid season, late
April to early May with 12 - 14 florets per truss. Hardy to - 5 F.
Rhododendron Brown Eyes - Brown Eyes Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Dark Pink
blossoms with a brown throat. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from
May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Bruce Brechtbill - Bruce Brechtbill Pink Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
For shape of bloom and time of flowering it is also identical to ‘Unique’ except it
is pink with a touch of yellow in the throat. This evergreen plant matures at 4’.
Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Butterfly - Butterfly Yellow Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Habit is
rounded and compact, with medium sized leaves. Flowers are pale yellow, faintly
spotted darker, in round, tight truss. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms
from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Calsap - Calsap White Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Blooms are white
with purple eyes. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May 1st - May
15th.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Canary Island - Canary Island Yellow Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ).
One of the hardiest deep yellow rhododendrons. Deeply veined rounded leaves
draw attention to this compact growing plant. Plant matures at 3’. Blooms from
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in locations often considered too exposed for a rhododendron. A broad dense
cushion measuring 5 - 6’. White dome trusses are bright and numerous. This
evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms from
May 15th - June 1st. Hardy
to -10 F.
April 15th - May 1st.
Hardy to -10 F.
Rhododendron Carol Jean - Carol Jean Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Blooms
of light red with darker red throat appear mid season. Attractive leaves are
medium to large size, lighter yellow color and show yellow veins. This plant
matures at 5’ and looks like the Sun. Blooms from May 1st -May 15th.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Cary Ann - Cary Ann Red Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Cheery coral red flowers flare like a trumpet bell. Beautiful foliage
throughout the year singles out this plant. Its mature habit is a compact,
broad, evergreen plant 3 - 4’ tall. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy
to -5 F.
Rhododendron Catawbiense Albums - Cat. Albums White Rhododendron ( H
- 1 ). A plant of extreme hardiness and vigor. The pure white flowers with
greenish- yellow spotting burst from buds that are blushed with lilac. The
dark green leaves are slightly convex. This evergreen plant matures at 6’.
Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Catawbiense Boursalt - Cat. Boursalt Lilac Rhododendron ( H
- 1 ). A plant of extreme hardiness and vigor. Offers rose lilac flowers. The
dark green leaves are slightly convex. This evergreen plant matures at 6’.
Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Catawbiense Grandiflora - Cat. Grandiflora Lilac
Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). A good select form with distinctive lilac flowers
that are very long lasting. The truss is very rounded and full. Hardy and
showy. An excellent background plant for any garden. This evergreen plant
matures at 6’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Catawbiense Rubrum - Cat. Rubrum Purple Rhododendron (
H - 1 ). A good select form with distinctive rose-purple flowers that are
very long lasting. The truss is very rounded and full. Hardy and showy.
An excellent background plant for any garden. This evergreen plant matures
at 6’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -25F.
Rhododendron Cheer - Cheer Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Pink trusses
signal the coming of spring and lighten the heart. Plenty of glossy leaves
dress the plant. Grows compactly, forming a dense, round, evergreen mound
reaching 5 - 6’. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -10 F.
Rhododendron Chinoides - Chinoides White Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Tolerant
of the sun and cold, this compact growing hybrid grows beautifully planted
Rhododendron Christmas Cheer - Christmas Cheer Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Extremely early blooming, light pink trusses. Tough medium size leaves are dense
upon this well-shaped plant. This evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms during
March. Hardy to -10 F.
Rhododendron Christmas White - Christmas White Rhododendron.
Rhododendron Cilpenence - Cilpenence Pink Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). What an
attractive hybrid this is for both foliage and flower. The leaves are small to
medium sized and are deep forest green. The flowers sparkle in the sunlight like
big apple blossoms, a blush pink touched with deeper pink. This evergreen plant
matures at 3’. Blooms from March 15th - April 15th. Hardy to 5 F.
Rhododendron Colonel Coen - Colonel Coen Purple Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ). It is
a fine deep purple with good foliage. If you are a purple fan, you are sure to prize
this fine hybrid. A good, hardy grower that buds young. Matures at 5’. Blooms
from May 1st - June 1st. Hardy to - 10 F.
Rhododendron Coral Velvet - Coral Velvet Salmon Yak Dwarf Rhododendron ( H 2 ). Small leaves and stems are thick with a velvety indumentum, the 2” wide
flowers opening a lovely coral pink and fading to light salmon. Its blooming is
extended through the spring because just a few trusses open at a time and the
flowers often last longer than three weeks. This evergreen plant matures at 30”.
Blooms from April 15 - May 1st. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Cosmopolitan - Cosmopolitan Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Pink
with a deep red blotch. Foliage is glossy and attractive. A good hardy plant. This
evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -10
F.
Rhododendron Cream Crest - Cream Crest Yellow Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
A plant that is compact in habit, likes the sun, has good foliage, is hardy and
vigorous, and has alluring bright creamy yellow flowers. This evergreen plant
matures at 3’. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Crest - Crest White Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Bright, sunny yellow
trusses are quite large. It grows to be wide and taller than 8’, the heavy limbs of
the plant become exposed as the plant gains height. This plant is slow to set
flower buds as a young plant, but once it becomes established it will bud heavily.
This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 5 F.
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Rhododendron Crete - Crete White Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Low
mounding habit. Silvery indumentum on new growth, with beige
indumentum on undersides of leaves. Buds are purplish-pink at first,
opening white. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms from April 1st April 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Crimson Pippin - Crimson Pippin Red Rhododendron. ( H - 2
). Silvery indumentum, bright red flowers, compact habit. Matures at 2’.
Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to - 15 F.
Rhododendron Cunningham Blush - Cunningham Blush Pink Rhododendron
( H - 1 ). An attractive compact plant with small pink flowers enhanced by a
blush hue. These lovely and numerous flowers open from buds which are
pink. It will tolerate sunny locations but partial shade is best. This evergreen
plant matures at 4’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Cunningham White - Cunningham White Rhododendron ( H 1 ). An attractive compact plant with small white flowers enhanced by a
greenish yellow blotch. These lovely and numerous flowers open from buds
which are flushed with pink. It will tolerate sunny locations but partial shade
is best. This evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms from May 15th - June
1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Curlew Dwarf - Curlew Dwarf Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Large, beautiful, bright yellow flowers bounce amid tiny shamrock green
leaves. Matures at 18”. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Daphnoides - Daphnoides Purple Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Foliage unlike any other rhody. Rolled, glossy leaves are tightly spaced on
the stems of this dense mound. Prolific pompom trusses are purple. This
evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy
to -15 F.
Rhododendron Dexter’s Spice - Dexter’s Spice White Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Foliage is medium to large. 5” flowers are fragrant, 7 - lobed, white in color
with pale yellowish green spotting in the throat. Flower is held in a 7 flower lax truss. Matures at 6’. Blooms from June 1st - June 15th. Hardy
to 0 F.
Rhododendron Donna Totten - Donna Totten Pink Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Evergreen shrub with an upright growth habit that stays low. Flowers are
pink with cream. Matures at 3 - 4’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Dora Amateis - Dora Amateis White Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Pure white flowers cling to this low growing bushy plant which is becoming a
favorite of many people. Its deep green, dense foliage is highlighted with bronze
tones and is prettiest when grown in full sun. This spicy scented hybrid is being
planted as a low border and as a small mass planting to bring attention to its pretty
foliage. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Edith Bosley - Edith Bosley Purple Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Like
‘Purple Splendour’, but with a larger bloom and more hardy. This evergreen plant
matures at 6’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron El Camino - El Camino Pink Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). Foliage is
huge and thick. The plant has heavy stems. The terrific trusses are a dark pink
with darker blotch and spotting. One word describes this hybrid “magnificent”.
Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to - 5 F.
Rhododendron Elizabeth Hobbie - Elizabeth Hobbie Red Dwarf Rhododendron ( H
- 3 ). Like a small mountain trailing down to the earth. Blends into the garden
niche. Deep green, elongated, round leaves prevent one from seeing the woody
structure of the plant. Scarlet red flowers. This evergreen plant matures at 30”.
Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron English Roseum - English Roseum Lavender-Pink Rhododendron (
H - 1 ). Vigorous hybrid that is tolerant of extremes in cold, heat and humidity.
Plentiful, smooth, glossy leaves roll slightly at the leaf margin. Flowers are
colored soft rosy lavender. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May
15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Evening Glow - Evening Glow Yellow Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Flowers are a bright yellow with a prominent calyx and carried in lax trusses. The
foliage is a light green. Matures at 5 - 6’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Everestianum - Everestianum Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Versatile plant that flowers heavily, in either sun or light shade. Vigorous, with a
full, rounded form. Leaves oval-oblong, medium large and dark green. Flowers
are 2” wide, rosy lilac in color, spotted in the throat and with frilled edges in a full
rounded truss, about 15 flowers per truss. This evergreen plant matures at 6’.
Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Fastuosum Flore Pleno - Fastuosum Flore Pleno Lavender
Rhododendron
( H - 2 ). Growth habit somewhat open and rounded on this
hardy, sun-tolerant hybrid, with double flowers to add interest. Color is lavender
blue, with darker spotting; truss is rather loose. This evergreen plant matures at 6’.
Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -15 F.
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Rhododendron Fireman Jeff - Fireman Jeff Red Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
The brightest blood red you will find. This is not a blue-red or an orangered but a hot red. It has a huge calyx which is nearly as large as the
flowers and is bright red also. The foliage is a medium green and has a
slight amount of tomentum when it is new. Matures at 3’. Blooms from
May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Firestorm - Firestorm Red Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Mounded
evergreen shrub with large, elliptic leaves. In mid season, bears large
trusses of broadly funnel- shaped, red 3” flowers. This evergreen plant
matures at 6’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Frank Galsworthy - Frank Galsworthy Purple Rhododendron
( H - 2 ).
Purple / gold flower color. Something different in full color
and blooms late in the season. Slow growing. This plant is sensitive to
fertilizer and sun. Matures at 4’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to - 15 F.
Rhododendron Fred Peste - Fred Peste Red Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). A bright
red flowered seedling with heavily indumented foliage. Very floriferous and
has dark green attractive foliage. It will bud well as a young plant. Matures
at 4’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Friday Surprise - Friday Surprise Red Rhododendron. ( H - 3
). A medium growing evergreen shrub that offers watermelon red flowers.
Matures at 4 - 5’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Furnivall’s Daughter - Furnivall’s Daughter Pink
Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). Beautifully shaped, tall trusses look informal
because the pink color of the flowers is so young and bright. A cherry pink
blotch in each flower gaily brightens the plant. Lively large leaves and a
pretty growth habit both show unbounded vigor. Matures at 5’. Blooms
from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to - 5 F.
Rhododendron Gigantuem - Gigantuem Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Hardy
plant, not to be confused with the much larger species of the same name.
Medium sized leaves, dark green, light crimson flowers in nicely shaped
medium size truss. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from April
15th - May 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Ginnie Gee - Ginnie Gee Pink Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Leaves are quite small. Flowers are only an inch across, they are pink, and
dappled white inside and outside, blooming at branch ends in groups of up to
11 buds, with 4 or 5 flowers each. This evergreen plant matures at 2’.
Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Golden Gala - Golden Gala Orange-Red Dwarf Rhododendron ( H 1 ). Blossoms are orange edged magenta. This evergreen plant matures at 3’.
Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -25.
Rhododendron Golden Gate - Golden Gate Orange Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Compact habit. The flower color is extremely attractive. One of good orange
colors. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy t o-5 F.
Rhododendron Golden Torch - Golden Torch Salmon Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Compact,
upright, evergreen shrub with medium-sized leaves. In late-midseason, salmon-pink buds open to rounded trusses of funnel-shaped, soft yellow
2 ½ - 3” flowers that fade to pale yellow or cream. This evergreen plant matures
at 5’. Blooms from May 15th June 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Goldflimmer - Goldflimmer Lavender Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Broadleaf evergreen shrub. Offering flowers that are lavender with pink. Plant
matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -10 F.
Rhododendron Gomer Waterer - Gomer Waterer White Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
One of the best whites. Flower buds are a delicate pink which open white.
Large deep green leaves make a really outstanding foliage plant. Very sun
tolerant. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -15.
Rhododendron Grace Seabrook - Grace Seabrook Red Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Early blooming bright blood red. Superb foliage, with light indumentum on the
underside of the leaf. This evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms from March
1st - April 1st.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Graf Zepplin - Graf Zepplin Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Good
looking, vigorous, and hardy, with glossy dark foliage that stands out even at a
distance. Color
is a bright clear pink, blushing darker to edges, held in tight,
rounded trusses to 10.
This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May
15th - June 1st. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Hachmans Charmant - Hachmann’s Charmant Rhododendron. ( H
- 2 ). Conical trusses of 17 - 19 pure white flowers with an exciting band of
purplish pink at the edge of the wavy lobes. Rounded, slightly convex leaves of
dark green with fawn-colored indumentum underneath. Hardy to - 15 F.
Rhododendron Hachmans Feverschein - Hachmans Feverschein Red
Rhododendron
( H - 2 ). Scarlet flowers bear white-tipped anthers. The
foliage is superior to Nova Zembla. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms
May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -15F.
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Rhododendron Halfdan Lem - Halfdan Lem Red Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Huge, tight, bright red trusses and broad thick deep green leaves. Very
vigorous, lax, evergreen shrub with large leaves. In mid season, bears
tight trusses of broadly funnel-shaped red 3 ½” flowers, spotted dark red,
fading to pink with age. This evergreen plant matures at 8’. Blooms from
May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Hallelujah - Hallelujah Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). For
foliage and plant, there are few rhododendrons that can come near its beauty.
The foliage is deep woodland green, extremely heavy textured, and have a
downward bend in the middle of the leaf that creates a most attractive effect.
Flower is a nice rose red. The flower has a large, tight truss and extremely
heavy substance. Matures at 4’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Hindustan - Hindustan Pink Rhododendron ( H -2 ). Broadleaf
evergreen shrub that offers orange with pink flowers. Plant matures at 6’.
Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy in to - 20 F.
Rhododendron Hippophaeoides - Hippophaeoides Lavender Dwarf Rhododendron (
H - 1 ). Lovely lavender blue. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms from
March 16th - April 16th. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Holden - Holden Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Lustrous dark green
foliage. It grows into a compact plant which is graced with rose red flowers that
are marked with a small red spot. This evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms
from April 15th - May 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Hong Kong - Hong Kong Yellow Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Pale
Yellow.
Rhododendron Hardizer Beauty - Hardizer Beauty Pink Dwarf
Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). A dwarf evergreen azaleodendron. This spriter
plant is vigorous and sun tolerant. When in flower, clear pink blossoms
open all along the stems. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms from
April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Horizon Monarch - Horizon Monarch Yellow Rhododendron ( H - 3
).
An exceptional plant, large leafed, vigorous grower. Large flowers in
trusses of 15 have heavy substance. Red buds open pale yellow with a small,
vivid red flare. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May 1st - May
15th. Hardy to -5.
Rhododendron Harvest Moon - Harvest Moon Yellow Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
An upright habit with interesting, glossy, yellowish-green, heavily textured
foliage. Flowers are creamy yellow with a reddish flare, that is held in a
tight rounded truss to 12 flowers. This evergreen plant matures at 4’.
Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Hotei - Hotei Yellow Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Growth habit is
compact and pleasing. Leaves are medium sized, the flowers, to 2 ½” wide, with
a all-defined calyx, are a terrific canary yellow, set in ball shaped truss to 12
flowers.
This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms from May 1st - May
15th.
Hardy to 5 F.
Rhododendron Hello Dolly - Hello Dolly Orange Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ).
Rounded, well-branched, evergreen shrub with medium-sized, narrowly
elliptic, mid-green
leaves, beige-woolly beneath. In early mid
season, bears loose trusses of open funnelshaped 2 ½” flowers.
Flowers are blends of pale-orange to yellow, with large calyces. Matures at
3’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy to -20 F.
Rhododendron Hurricane - Hurricane Pink Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Flowers are a
beautiful shade of pink with markings of deep pink. It is a vigorous growing plant,
yet compact. This plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy
to 5 F.
Rhododendron Henrietta Sargent - Henrietta Sargent Pink Rhododendron ( H
- 1 ).
Dark rose-pink flowers are borne in large dome-shaped trusses.
A smaller, more
compact, and slower grower than ‘Mrs. C. S.
Sargent’, although similar. This
evergreen plant matures at 5’.
Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Henry’s Red - Henry’s Red Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Broad,
evergreen, shrub with large, elliptic, dark green leaves. In mid season,
bears dense trusses of broadly funnel-shaped, deep red 2” flowers. This
evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to
-25 F.
Rhododendron Ice Cube - Ice Cube White Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Flowers are a
delightful ivory white with a kiss of lemon at the base of the upper petal, held in
cone-shaped trusses. The leaves are olive pine green with a slight white coloration
on the underside. A superior rhody for cold climates. This plant matures at 4 - 5’.
Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -20 F.
Rhododendron Ilam Violet - Ilam Violet Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). One of the best
flowering clear violets. The growth habit and foliage make an excellent landscape
subject. Matures at 3 - 4’. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Impeditum - Impeditum Purple Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
Compact, dwarf, evergreen shrub with tiny, elliptic-ovate, aromatic, scaly, graygreen 1/8 - 1/2” leaves. In early mid season, bears abundant, broadly funnelshaped, purplish blue 3/4” flowers, singly or in pairs. This evergreen plant
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matures at 24”. Blooms from April
- June 1st. Hardy to -20 F.
15th - May 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Ignatius Sargent - Ignatius Sargent Rose Rhododendron ( H 1 ). The large deep rose flowers are slightly scented. Habit of growth is
open. Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Kiwi Magic - Kiwi Magic Pink Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). Flowers
open light pink with brilliant yellow center fading to pale yellow towards edges.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Ingrid Melquist - Ingrid Melquist Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ).
Exceptionally attractive deep green foliage, convex with light indumentum.
Plant habit is compact and well branched, under 3’ in 10 years. Large pink
buds on every terminal open pure white. Very floriferous at a young age.
Hardy to - 25 F.
Rhododendron Janet Blair - Janet Blair Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Frilled,
light pink flowers have a distinctive green flare on the upper petal. It is a
vigorous, good-looking plant. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms
from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Kokardia - Kokardia Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Ruby - Pink
with striking dark blotch. This evergreen plant matures at 4 - 5’. Hardy to -15
F.
Rhododendron Jean Marie de Montague - Jean Marie de Montague Red
Rhododendron
( H - 3 ). Bright red flowers and buds when young. The
thick, heavy foliage is sun tolerant, a deep emerald green color that is
unmatched by many plants. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms
from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Jock - Jock Pink Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Rosy pink flowers
are everywhere upon this rolling mound of greenery. Plant gives best results
in full sun. Matures at 3’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -5
F.
Rhododendron Joe Paterno - Joe Paterno White Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
White with a yellow blotch. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms
from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to - 25.
Rhododendron Jonathan Shaw - Jonathan Shaw Purple Rhododendron ( H - 1
). Vivid purple flowers, shading to strong purplish-red in the center,
prominent black flare on upper lobes. Buds heavily and consistently
when young. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Ken Janek - Ken Janek Pink Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
One of the best forms for its appealing, heavily indumented foliage and
its highly colored pink flowers. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms
from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron King Tut - King Tut Pink Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ). For
hardiness this plant is super. The flowers are rose pink with yellowish cast
in the center that has brown spotting overlaid on the upper lobes. Yew green
leaves with yellow green leaf stems. Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th
Rhododendron Lamplighter - Lamplighter Light Red Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Evergreen plant has a compact and rounded habit. Foliage is large and rather
narrow. Flowers are borne in tall, 12 flower trusses of brilliant light red and have
a luminous salmon-pink glow. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Blooms May 1st May 15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Lavender Princess - Lavender Princess Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). An
excellent rhody with light lavender-pink blossoms that appear in large trusses.
Plants
are compact growing with deep, dark green foliage. A dependable and
vigorous grower. This evergreen plant matures at 4 - 5’. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Lavender Queen - Lavender Queen Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Excellent growth habit, sturdy and bushy, with glossy, dark green foliage.
Flowers are small, slightly frilled, light bluish lavender touched with a dim brown
blotch. This evergreen
plant matures at 5’. Blooms from April 15th - May 15th.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Lavendula - Lavendula Lavender Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Lavender rose, large flowers on dwarf plant. This evergreen plant matures at 3’.
Blooms from April 1st - April 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Lee’s Dark Purple - Lee’s Dark Purple Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
This hybrid is noted for its excellent foliage, smooth, dark, and glossy. Flowers
are deep purple. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from June 1st - June
15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Lem’s Monarch - Lem’s Monarch Pink Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Huge showy trusses are pink and are of utmost perfection. The foliage is large
and attractive. Grows into a strong stemmed full plant of kingly proportions. This
evergreen plant
matures at 6’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Lemon Ice - Lemon Ice Yellow Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
White flowers. Blooms mid season with many small flowered trusses. Leaves
are but a nice compact plant. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Hardy to -15 F.
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Rhododendron Lilian Peste - Lilian Peste Pink Yak Dwarf Rhododendron ( H
- 3 ). A medium growing plant of dense habit with very attractive pink,
yellow and orange combinations of flowers. This evergreen plant matures at
2’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Linda - Linda Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ). Beautiful compact
plant that
bears 7 - 8 rosy red flowers in each truss. Oval leaf shape
reflects some of its parent ‘Williamsianum’. Matures at 3’. Blooms from
May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Loderi Game Chick - Loderi Game Chick Rhododendron. ( H
- 3 ). Pale pink with a faint blotch. Fragrant. Matures at 6’. Blooms from
May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Loderi King George - Loderi King George Rhododendron. (
H - 3 ). Known as the best white form of the ‘Loderi’ group. The huge
flowers open pale pink and then become white. Deliciously fragrant. A
magnificent plant that will some day approach proportions and size of a tree.
Matures at 6’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Loders White - Loders White Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). A
large upright truss opening from a tall candelabra bud. It first opens white
with a slight yellow in the throat and a pink picotee edge. This evergreen
plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Lodestar - Lodestar White Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Leaves are
medium large. Flowers, most often white are 3 ¼” across, will vary to an
extremely pale lilac, with a strongly spotted dorsal blotch of dark
greenish yellow, held in a 15 flower truss. This evergreen plant matures at
5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Looking Glass - Looking Glass Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Pink truss, frilled, indumented. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Lord Roberts - Lord Roberts Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). A
vigorous rounded, upright plant. The foliage is glossy green and crinkled.
In flower it is deep
red with a black blotch. The truss is tight and ballshaped. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th June 1st. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Lori Eichelser - Lori Eichelser Cherry-Pink Rhododendron (
H - 3 ). A tight, dense growing evergreen with deep jade green leaves that
are a most attractive round shape. This plant excels in both flower and overall plant appearance. The flowers are cherry-pink bells and cover the little
plant. Matures at 2’. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Madame Masson - Madame Masson White Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
This hybrid, is large-growing, with a well-shaped, rounded, fairly dense habit, and
many blooms. Foliage is shiny dark green and snow-white flowers have a
golden-yellow
blotch. Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Manda Sue - Manda Sue Pink Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). A compact
evergreen habit with deep green leaves that it gets from its parent ‘Vulcan’. This
is a beautiful hybrid which is shell pink with a picotee edge of red and a yellow
throat. Matures at 3’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Manderlay - Manderlay Red Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). Good,
compact evergreen plant. New foliage is reddish. Blooms are cardinal red spotted
darker inside the flower. Matures at 4’. Blooms from May 1st - June 1st.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Manitou - Manitou Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ). A tough sun-tolerant,
compact evergreen hybrid with nice foliage. Foliage turns bronze in the winter.
Offers blooms that are a good clear pink. Matures at 5 - 6’. Blooms from May 1st
- May 15th.
Hardy to -20 F.
Rhododendron Mardis Gras - Mardis Gras Pink Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Leaves
are large; 3” wide, pink, blushed white flowers have no spotting. This
evergreen plant matures at 2 ½’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Marlene Peste - Marlene Peste Red Yak Dwarf Rhododendron ( H 3 ). Compact growing, evergreen shrub that bears red flowers. This is a yak
variety. Matures at 3’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Mary Fleming - Mary Fleming Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ). A most
interesting new, small-leafed variety which is shapely and free flowering. The
blooms are pale yellow with salmon streaks outside the corolla. Matures at 2 - 3’.
Blooms from April 15th - May 15th. Hardy to -15.
Rhododendron Maximum Roseum - Maximum Roseum Pink Rhododendron ( H - 1
). Open, evergreen rhododendron with large, elliptic, dark green 4 - 8” leaves.
Trusses
of 14 - 25, bell-shaped, rose to purplish pink 1 ½ - 2” flowers,
spotted with olive-green
to orange, are borne very late in the season. This
evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from June 15th - August 1st. Hardy to -25
F.
Rhododendron Micheal Waterer - Micheal Waterer Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Very good, compact growth habit. Leaves are medium green in color. Flowers
are small, magenta red, in a rounded truss. Easily rooted. This evergreen plant
matures at 6’. Blooms from June 1st - June 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
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Rhododendron Minas Maid - Minas Maid Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Broadleaf
evergreen shrub with leaves that are of medium size. Offers pink flowers
that are 2 ¼” wide and have rube scent dorsal flecks. Flowers are carried
in a rounded, 15 flower truss. Matures at 3’. Blooms from June 1st - June
15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Mrs. Furnival - Mrs. Furnival Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Light
pink with striking blotch. Excellent plant with highest ratings. This evergreen
plant matures at 4’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Minnetonka - Minnetonka Lavender Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
Lavender- Pink Blooms. This evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms from
May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Mrs. G W Leak - Mrs.. G W Leak Pink Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Tall, vigorous growing evergreen shrub with olive green leaves. Offers clear light
pink flowers that have a dark blotch in an upright compact truss. Plant will grow
in sun or shade. Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Blooms from April 15 - May 1st.
Hardy to 0F.
Rhododendron Mission Bells - Mission Bells Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). A suntolerant, compact grower with leaves that are shiny and medium sized.
Offers pale pink campanulate flowers that are 2 ½” across in a lax truss of
6 - 8 flowers, and are slightly fragrant. Matures at 4 ½’. Blooms from
April 15th - May 15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Mrs. T H Lowinsky - Mrs. T H Lowinsky White Rhododendron ( H 2 ). Medium compact plant with very dark green glossy leaves. Vigorous
growing. White flowers with extremely striking orange brown blotch. Flowers
well. This evergreen
plant matures at 5’. Blooms from June 1st - June 15th.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Mist Maiden - Mist Maiden Pink Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 1
). Compact plant has relatively large leaves covered with fawn indumentum.
New growth is silvery. Flowers are suffused throughout with shades of
pink, soft as a morning mist. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Hardy to
-25 F.
Rhododendron Myrtifolium - Myrtifolium Pink Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
Beautiful deep bronze red foliage all winter. It flowers very late in the season
with small medium pink flowers. The plant is dense and well clothed in leathery
little leaves that are a rich matte green in summer. This evergreen plant matures at
3’. Blooms from June 1st June 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Molly Fordham - Molly Fordham White Rhododendron. ( H 1 ). White, beautiful dainty flowers. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Nancy Evans - Nancy Evans Yellow Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Floriferous, evergreen shrub with large, elliptic leaves. In mid season, bears full,
rounded trusses of open funnel-shaped, orange-flushed, golden 2 ½” flowers, that
open from orange-red buds. This evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms from May
1st - May 15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Moonstone - Moonstone Yellow Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). A
compact, evergreen mound covered with oval smooth green leaves. The
flowers are cream yellow and are borne in profusion. one of the best yellow
flowered semi-dwarfs. Matures at 3’. Blooms April 15th - May 1st. Hardy
to -5 F.
Rhododendron Mother Greer - Mother Greer Blue Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ).
The foliage of this evergreen plant resemble R. Hippophaeoides only much
more compact. Brilliant blue flowers appear after all the other blues are
done. Matures at 18”. Blooms from May 1st - June 1st. Hardy to -10 F.
Rhododendron Mrs. Betty Robertson - Mrs. Betty Robertson Yellow
Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Creamy yellow flowers with red blotch. Compact
growth. Interesting rough textured foliage with pointed slightly twisting
tips. This evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms from May 1st - May
15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Mrs. Charles Pearson - Mrs. Charles Pearson Pink
Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Light pink with brown spots. Super vigorous
with lush large deep green foliage. Sun and heat tolerant. This evergreen
plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Nova Zembla - Nova Zembla Red Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ). True
hardiness in a red. Vigorous grower with good foliage. This hybrid exhibits
some outstanding characteristics. Extremely showy red flowers make a real
display in the spring. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 1st May 15th.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Oceanlake - Oceanlake Lavender Dwarf Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Deep violet blue flowers make a charming display on this small leafed hybrid.
The foliage turns interesting tones in winter. Will grow in the sun. This evergreen
plant matures at 30”. Blooms April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Odee Wright - Odee Wright Yellow Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ).
Compact growing evergreen with waxy green leaves. Deep clear yellow trusses
are large and exceptionally beautiful. Matures at 4’. Blooms from May 1st - May
15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Olga Mezitt - Olga Mezitt Pink Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Vigorous,
upright evergreen shrub with small, elliptic, dark green leaves, turning light red in
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autumn and winter. Early in the season, produces small trusses of open
funnel-shaped, bright peach-pink 1 ½” flowers. This evergreen plant
matures at 4’. Blooms from March 15th - April 15th. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Phyllis Korn - Phyllis Korn White Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ). Upright
habit, well branched, evergreen shrub that offers white flowers with currant red
blotches. Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Olympic Lady - Olympic Lady Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Evergreen shrub that is a low to medium grower. Flowers are blush fading
to white. Matures at 3 - 4’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 0
F.
Rhododendron Pillow Party - Pillow Party White Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
Broadleaf evergreen shrub that offers white flowers. Matures at 6’. Blooms from
May 15th June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Parsons Gloriosum - Parsons Gloriosum Lavender
Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Hardy and vigorous grower. Compact but upright
and has deep green leaves. The cone shaped trusses are orchid lavender
with a shading of pink. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from
May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Party Pink - Party Pink Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Leaves are
medium size; 3” flowers are purple-pink, shading paler to throat, with
distinctive yellow spotting, held in a rounded truss up to 18. This evergreen
plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -20 F.
Rhododendron Patty Bee - Patty Bee Yellow Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Evergreen leaves are quite small. Offers clear yellow 2” flowers that are
carried in a 6-flower truss. Matures at 1 ½’. Blooms from April 15th May 1st. Hardy to 15 F.
Rhododendron Peeping Tom - Peeping Tom White Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Leaves are about 3” long and narrow. Flowers are white, with a deep
purple blotch, they are 2 ½” across in a compact truss of up to 12. Matures
at 4 ½’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Percy Wiseman - Percy Wiseman Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2
). Low-growing, compact, evergreen shrub with medium-sized leaves. In
mid season, bears rounded trusses of funnel-shaped, peach-pink and cream
2 ½” flowers that fade to creamy-white, with green markings in the throats.
This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to
-15 F.
Rhododendron Persia - Persia Pink Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Light pink with
gold blotch. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May 1st May 15th.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Peter Alan - Peter Alan Lavender Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
Orchid florets sporting purplish black eye, vigorous, rich foliage.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Pink Cameo - Pink Cameo Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Hardiness is an
outstanding attribute of this good foliage plant. The flowers are a lovely flesh pink
with a deeper pinkish blotch. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from
April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -20 F.
Rhododendron Pink Flourish - Pink Flourish Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
Leaves are medium to large; pale pink flowers, to 3 ½” wide, are colored deeper
pink on outside
and edges, with smallish yellow brown blotch, carried in a 15
flower truss. This
evergreen plant matures at 3’. Blooms from May 1st - May
15th. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Pink Pearl - Pink Pearl Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). This tall growing
evergreen plant is the standard to which all pinks must be judged. Flowers are
light
pink and in large trusses. Matures at 6’. Blooms from May 1st - May
15th.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Pink Twins - Pink Twins Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Emerald green
leaves
are accented by yellow stems and leaf petioles. Offers unique shrimp
pink hose-in-hose flowers. Matures at 4’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron PJM - PJM Lavender Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Cold hardy as well as
tolerant of heat and sun. Its small, rounded leaves are green during the summer
and mahogany colored in winter. Early bright lavender pink flowers are beautiful
against its dark colored winter foliage. This evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms
from March 15th - April 15th. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron PJM Compacta - PJM Compacta Lavender Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
Cold hardy as well as tolerant of heat and sun. Its small, rounded leaves are green
during the summer and mahogany colored in winter. Early bright lavender pink
flowers are beautiful against its dark colored winter foliage. This evergreen plant
matures at 3-4’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Blooms from March 15th - April 15th.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron PJM Elite - PJM Elite Lavender Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Pinklavender flowers are produced in small trusses. Elite is the latest to bloom and
tends to be the most vigorous and upright growing of the PJM clones. Very cold
hardy and heat tolerant. This evergreen plant matures at 6’ high by 4’ wide.
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Still the darkest purple. Black blotch makes it look even darker. The king of the
royal purples. Deep green foliage. Should be planted where it has good drainage.
This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to 5 F.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron PJM Northern Starburst - PJM Northern Starburst Pink
Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). This evergreen plant has a larger and more
substantial blossom, thicker stems, heavier foliage and is generally a more
robust plant than PJM Compact. An early bloomer with tight red buds that
open to intense pink. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide. Blooms from March
15th - April 15th. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron PJM Regal - PJM Regal Lavender Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
Floriferous and has strong lavender-pink blossoms that appear in early April.
Very hardy plants are slightly smaller than ‘PJM Elite’. This evergreen
plant matures at 5’ high by 4’ wide. Blooms from April 1st - April 15th.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron President Lincoln - President Lincoln Lavender
Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Hardy, adaptable plant. Lilac-lavender-pink
flowers with bronzy blotch in a tight dome shaped truss. This evergreen
plant matures at 6’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron President Roosevelt - President Roosevelt Red Rhododendron
( H - 3 ). Variegation is the most descriptive word for ‘President Roosevelt’.
Both foliage and flower are variously colored. The frilly truss is red, fading
to white in the center. This evergreen plant matures at 4’. Blooms from
April 15th - May 1st.
Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Princess Anne - Princess Anne Yellow Rhododendron. ( H - 2
). Evergreen shrub which has foliage that turns various shades of bronze
depending on the weather. A compact plant. Offers beautiful yellow
flowers with a slight greenish cast. Matures at 2’. Blooms from April 15th May 1st. Hardy to -10 F.
Rhododendron Purple Gem - Purple Gem Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). A
sister to ‘Ramapo’ which is much like it in foliage. The leaves are slightly
more rust colored and the flowers are deeper purple violet than ‘Ramapo’.
Beautiful blue new foliage. This evergreen plant matures at 2’. Blooms
from April 15th - May 1st.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Purple Lace - Purple Lace Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Lacy
purple with glossy green foliage. Looks like a real rival for ‘Purple
Splendour’. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th June 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Purple Splendour - Purple Splendour Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Rhododendron Purpureum Elegans - Purpureum Elegans Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
This plant is very hardy and is adaptable to some terrible climatic conditions.
The flowers are a blue purple and it is a good plant with nice foliage. This
evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Queen Alice - Queen Alice Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Flowers
open
from cherry red buds into bright rose-pink flowers. Blooms appear in
large trusses on a compact rounded plant. Outstanding, evergreen foliage is
silvery when young and matures as green leaves with light indumentum.
Matures at 4’ high by 4’ wide. Blooms from April 1st - April 15th. Hardy to -15
F.
Rhododendron Queen Mary - Queen Mary Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). A sturdy,
evergreen shrub with fine glossy foliage having the look of leather. Flowers are a
lovely rose-pink. Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -15
F.
Rhododendron Ramapo - Ramapo Lavender Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Hardy,
dwarf evergreen that grows well in sun or partial shade, although it will maintain a
more compact form in full sun. In shade it will be quite a bit taller. It is wellsuited for use in a low border or rock garden, and is notable for the pleasing
foliage color changes throughout the year, especially the dusty blue new leaves.
Color of tiny 1” flowers is a lively pinkish violet, and plant blooms abundantly.
Matures at 2’. Blooms from
April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -20 F.
Rhododendron Ria Hardijzer - Ria Hardijzer Pink Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Evergreen shrub with red stems that bear shiny small leaves. Vibrant pink
flowers are borne young and heavily making a bright show. Matures at 30”.
Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Rocket - Rocket Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Evergreen foliage is
medium sized, thick and heavily veined, giving plant a full-bodied appearance.
Flowers are frilled, about 2 ½” wide, the color a vibrant coral pink, blotched
scarlet, set in cone-shaped truss. Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Rose Elf - Rose Elf Pink Rhododendron. ( H - 3 ). Great little
evergreen shrub that offers numerous jade green leaves on its multiple stems.
Often there are six or eight flower buds per stem which open to a delightful pastel
orchid pink. In full sun exposure the leaves become bronze cast. Matures at 18”.
Blooms from March 15th - April 15th. Hardy to 5 F.
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Rhododendron Roseum Elegans - Roseum Elegans Lilac Rhododendron ( H 1 ). A hybrid evergreen that you can depend on in any subzero climate. The
rosy lilac flowers are beautiful, but are rated down because of their smaller
size, however they are still delightful. A successful hybrid to use in hot
climates. The foliage is medium olive
green and is produced in
abundance on this vigorous plant. Matures at 6’. Blooms from May 15th June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Roseum Pink - Roseum Pink Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). A select
hybrid evergreen form of ‘Roseum Elegans’ that you can depend on in any
subzero climate. The rosy lilac flowers are beautiful, but are rated down
because of their smaller size, however they are still delightful. A successful
hybrid to use in hot climates. The foliage is medium olive green and is
produced in abundance on this vigorous plant. Matures at 6’. Blooms from
May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Roseum Superbum - Roseum Superbum Rose-Lilac
Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ). This evergreen plant is very much like Roseum
Elegans. Vigorous, upright growing as a young plant, then becoming more
spreading, with good foliage. Flowers are small, in a dome-shaped truss and
Rose-Lilac in color. Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Blooms from May 15th
- June 1st. Hardy to -20 F.
Rhododendron Roseum Two - Roseum Two Pink Rhododendron. ( H - 1).
Evergreen shrub that is a strong grower with excellent bud set potential, a
plant that you can depend on. Offers rosy-lilac color in dome shaped
trusses. Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Royal Pink - Royal Pink Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). The
foliage is round and dense. This evergreen plant is round and tight
making a perfect semi-dwarf shrub. Plant offers terrific clear pink flowers
that are in a tight ball truss. Offers good foliage and showy trusses,
vigorous growth and heavy budding. Matures at 3’. Blooms from May 1st May 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Royal Purple - Royal Purple Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). A tough
hybrid evergreen with deep shiny green leaves that makes an attractive plant.
The flowers are showy with their deep purple, which is lit with a bright
yellow eye. Matures at 4 - 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Rubenstein - Rubenstein Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). This
evergreen offers large light green leaves with a semi-open growth habit.
Large pink flowers bloom mid-season. Plant matures at 6’. Blooms April
15th - May 1st.
Rhododendron Ruby Hart - Ruby Hart Red Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). A compact,
well clothed dwarf evergreen plant, that is deepest and most glossy green foliage
possible. Offers dark red flowers. Matures at 2’. Blooms from April 15th May 1st.
Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Sapphire - Sapphire Blue Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). A bushy dwarf
evergreen hybrid that has pert dusty green leaves. Plant forms a round shape that
is created by numerous short stems clad with small leaves whose margins are
rolled downward. Light blue flowers are in scale with the plant’s size. Matures at
30”. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Sappho - Sappho White Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ). Evergreen with a
open growing habit, sturdy, yet has a tendency to be leggy. Leaves are medium
sized, somewhat narrow, and olive green in color. Flowers are white with a
conspicuous, very dark purplish-black blotch. Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide.
Blooms form May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -15F.
Rhododendron Scarlet Wonder - Scarlet Wonder Red Dwarf Rhododendron ( H - 2
). Low, exceptionally compact, evergreen plant with dense glossy green leaves
that have a delightful texture. The plant will stand more sun and exposure than
most. This will be a plant you will enjoy 11 months of the year. Then in the 12th
month it will explode into a mass of brilliant scarlet red. Matures at 2’. Blooms
from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Scintillation - Scintillation Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). The
evergreen foliage is a deep shiny green. It curls interestingly and has a heavy,
waxy texture. The plant has large stems and is strong growing, having the
strength to support its large flowers. The flowers are a beautiful pastel pink with a
flared marking in the throat which starts out as a pink and becomes a light
brownish tone after the flower has been out for some time. Matures at 5’. Blooms
from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron September Song - September Song Orange Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
An exceptional plant with large, nearly pure orange flowers. Very floriferous, the
plants are smothered in orange. Compact growing plants, 4 - 5’ tall, with great
olive green foliage. The plants set flower buds dependably and heavily. Easy to
grow. This evergreen plant matures at 4 - 5’. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Sham’s Candy - Sham’s Candy Pink Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
Leaves are medium size and narrow; deep pink 2 ¾” flowers have yellow green
blotch held in a conical truss. This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from
May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -20 F.
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Rhododendron Shaazam - Shaazam Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Evergreen
foliage is medium size. Seven-lobed 3 ¾” flowers are neon rose in color,
shading lighter to edges, and sport a yellow blotch. Truss is ball shaped, up
to 10 flowers. Matures at 4 ½’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -10 F.
Rhododendron Shamrock - Shamrock Yellow-Green Rhododendron ( H - 3 ).
Extremely compact evergreen shrub that is wider than high. The flower
color is chartreuse, and blooms around St. Patrick’s Day. Matures at 1’
high. Blooms from March 15th April 15th. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Shanghai - Shanghai Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Leaves are
medium sized and narrow. Pale-pink 3 ¾” flowers are edged darker pink,
with strong spots of orange-yellow to greenish-yellow on dorsal lobe.
Flowers are held in a ball truss of up to 18. Matures at 6’. Blooms from
May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -10 F.
Rhododendron Silver Edge - Silver Edge Rhododendron.
Rhododendron Skookum - Skookum Red Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). A Native
American word meaning “ little and strong ”, appropriate for this exciting
bright red and very hardy rhody. Attractive dark green leaves form a
compact 4’ evergreen mound. Buds freely. Bright red flowers with white
filaments follow in early May. Matures at 4’.
Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Small Gem - Small Gem White Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). This
dwarf evergreen shrub is a real cutie. It buds heavily and very young. The
buds peek out showing a touch of pink, open white, while still retaining a
kiss of soft pink. A bonus
is the deep brown anthers contrasting the
white. Matures at 18”. Blooms from
March 15th - April 15th.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Snow Lady - Snow Lady White Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). In
flower it might remind you of new fallen snow. Its soft fuzzy green leaves
dress it like a real lady. Flowers will in deep shade. Much appreciated
because it buds easily and blooms early. Matures at 30”. Blooms from
March 15th - April 15th.
Hardy to 0 F.
Rhododendron Spring Dawn - Spring Dawn Pink Rhododendron ( H - 1 ).
The strong rosy pink flowers glow with a warm golden yellow blotch
that puts life into the flower. Known to do well in the more adverse nonrhody growing areas. A vigorous growing evergreen plant with attractive
foliage. Matures at 5’. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -20
F.
Rhododendron Springtime - Springtime Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Pink flowers
with
a dark blotch; blooms mid season with mid size truss. Leaves are
medium green in color and medium in size, long and narrow. This evergreen
grows compactly to a height of 4 - 5’ and likes the full sun. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Starry Night - Starry Night Violet Rhododendron ( H -2 ). A dwarf
shrub with small bronzy green leaves. Violet flowers appear in mid-April. It is
also known as Gletschernacht. Hardy to - 15 F.
Rhododendron Sumatra - Sumatra Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). A semi-dwarf
shrub that bears red flowers very heavily. Plant matures at 4’. Blooms from May
1st - May 15th.
Hardy to - 15 F.
Rhododendron Swansdown - Swansdown White Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Leaves are
medium large. Flowers are 3” wide and held in a large pyramidal truss of up to
20. Color is white, which may vary now and then to very pale pink, with a
distinctive dorsal blotch of strong yellow spots. This evergreen plant matures at 5’.
Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -20 F.
Rhododendron Taurus - Taurus Red Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). A magnificent,
evergreen shrub that is vigorous and full in shape. Deep green pointed leaves are
held on the plant for three years giving it a richly clothed appearance. In winter
deep red buds adorn the branches. Globular trusses are made up of glowing red
campanulate flowers with black speckling on the upper petal. Matures at 6’.
Blooms from April 15th - May 1st.
Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Teddy Bear - Teddy Bear Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Large, but
delicate pink flowers appear in tall conical trusses atop this exceptional hybrid.
The compact plant is covered with glossy deep green foliage and the underside of
each leaf is covered with a teddy bear brown indumentum. Matures at 5’. Blooms
from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron The General - The General Red Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Leaves are
dark green; flowers are crimson, with a darkish red blotch, in an upright truss.
This evergreen plant matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to 20 F.
Rhododendron Thunder - Thunder Purple Rhododendron. ( H - 1 ). Purplish-Red
flowers, are borne during the mid season. Leaves are dark mahogany, winter and
spring. PJM group. Matures at 4 - 5’. Blooms from April 1st - May 1st. Hardy
to -25 F.
Rhododendron Tony - Tony Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Glowing cherry red
flowers and somewhat crinkled foliage decorate this handsome low growing,
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leaves. The flower is a color combination unseen in many flowers. A must plant.
Matures at 4’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to 0 F.
evergreen rhododendron. Matures at 4’. Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Tow Head - Tow Head Yellow Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Leaves
are quite small and almost round, scaly on both surfaces. Small 1 ¼”
flowers are a brilliant greenish yellow, with orange dots on the dorsal
lobe, held in a truss of up to 5. Matures
at 1’. Blooms from April 15th May 1st. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Trilby - Trilby Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Beautiful trusses
of deep crimson with black markings. Matte green leaves are set off against
red stems to beautify the plant even when not in flower. A sun tolerant
evergreen variety. Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Trude Webster - Trude Webster Pink Rhododendron ( H - 2 ).
This plant
in flower is an awe inspiring sight. The trusses are absolutely
gigantic in a clear shade
of pink that is beyond description. The foliage
is large, wide and slightly twisted making a perfect combination with the
trusses. A super plant and flower. This evergreen plant matures at 5’.
Blooms from May 1st - May 15th.
Hardy to -10 F.
Rhododendron Unique - Unique Cream Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). Smooth,
oblong leaves, so thick and dense on this rounded evergreen plant that it
becomes a thick mound of clover green. Then, in the spring the buds burst
forth a bright pink, opening to beautiful buttery cream. Older plants become
so covered with flowers that every leaf is hidden. Matures
at 4’. Blooms
from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Unknown Warrior - Unknown Warrior Red Rhododendron (
H - 3 ). An evergreen plant that should be considered because it is one of
the first reds to start out the flowering season each spring. The flowers are a
light but bright, dazzling red. Matures at 4’. Blooms from March 15th April 15th.
Hardy to 5 F.
Rhododendron Van - Van Pink Rhododendron ( H - 3 ). A deep pink with
deeper center which is very distinctive. The plant is similar to ‘Anna Rose
Whitney’ but more compact and has smaller and more veined foliage. The
plant flowers profusely. This evergreen plant matures at 6’. Blooms from
May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -5 F.
Rhododendron Virginia Richards - Virginia Richards Pink Rhododendron ( H
- 3 ). A good healthy grower with flowers that open pink, turning to Chinese
yellow with crimson blotch. Compact, evergreen habit with dark, glossy
Rhododendron Vivacious - Vivacious Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Evergreen shrub
that is a low grower. Offers medium cardinal red flowers. Matures at 3 - 4.
Blooms from May 1st - May 15th. Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Vulcan - Vulcan Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). This plant grows into
a magnificent mound of green. The flowers are bright fire red. An excellent
hybrid evergreen. Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Vulcan Flame - Vulcan Flame Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). This
plant is very much like ‘Vulcan’ and you probably would not see the differences.
However, it has bright red flowers that glow like a warm fire. Evergreen foliage is
deep yew green with red stems. Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June
1st.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron War Dance - War Dance Red Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Broadleaf
evergreen shrub that bears currant red flowers with a dark blotch. Foliage is a dark
green. Matures at 6’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Windbeam - Windbeam Pink Rhododendron ( H - 1 ). Very hardy
apricot pink which changes to light pink. Small round evergreen foliage. Matures
at 4’. Blooms from April 15th - May 1st. Hardy to -25 F.
Rhododendron Wissahickon - Wissahickon Red Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). This bright
rose variety does well in the sun. Vigorous growth. This evergreen has a very
good reputation in the east. Matures at 5’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Winterset White - Winterset White Rhododendron ( H - 2 ). Leaves
are typical of the species; 2” flowers are pink with flesh-colored undertone, held in
a smallish truss of 5. This evergreen plant at 6’. Blooms from January - March.
Hardy to -15 F.
Rhododendron Yaku Prince - Yaku Prince Pink Dwarf Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ).
Evergreen leaves are medium large; flowers, to 2 ¼” wide, are pink, blotched
paler pink, with reddish orange spotting fading lighter, carried in a 14-flower
rounded truss. Matures
at 3’. Blooms from May 15th - June 1st. Hardy to
-10 F.
Rhododendron Yaku Princess - Yaku Princess Pink Dwarf Rhododendron. ( H - 2 ).
Evergreen foliage is medium in size; 2 ½” flowers, are held in a ball-shaped truss
of
up to 15. Color is apple blossom pink, blotched blush color, with
greenish spots
fading lighter. Matures at 3’. Blooms from May 15th -
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spherical, dark red ¼” fruit on the females. Matures at 24” high by 36” wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
June 1st.
Hardy to -10 F.
Rhus Aromatic Gro-Low - Gro Low Fragrant Sumac. Vigorous, spreading
and low- growing, deciduous shrub with dense, glossy green 3-palmate,
aromatic 4” foliage that turns red-orange in the fall. Tiny yellow flowers
are borne in small, erect ovoid ¾” panicles in the mid spring, followed by
spherical red fruit. Matures at 2 - 2 ½’ high
by 6 - 8’ wide. Hardy
in zones 4 - 9.
Rhus Glabra - Smooth Sumac. Bushy, suckering, deciduous shrub producing
smooth, hairless shoots and pinnate 18” leaves. Foliage has 15 - 31
oblong-lance-shaped,
toothed, glossy, bluish green leaflets that turns
red in the fall. In summer, bears yellow-green flowers in upright, conical
10” panicles that are followed on female
plants by spherical red
fruit. Matures at 8’ high by 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Rhus Glabra Laciniata - Cutleaf Smooth Sumac. Spreading, suckering,
deciduous shrub with smooth shoots and pinnate 20” leaves. Foliage is
composed of 11 - 13 oblong-lance-shaped, rich green leaflets, turning orange
to red-purple in the fall. Yellow-green flowers are borne in erect, conical 8”
panicles in summer, followed by spherical, bristly red fruit. Matures at 10’
high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 8.
Rhus Typhina - Staghorn Sumac. Upright, suckering, deciduous shrub or tree
with
densely velvety red shoots, resembling a stag’s horns. Pinnate
24” leaves, have
11 - 31 oblong-lance-shaped, dark green
leaflets, turning brilliant orange-red in the
fall. Yellow-green flowers
are produced in erect, conical 8” panicles in summer.
Flowers are
followed on female plants by dense clusters of spherical, hairy, deep
crimson-red fruit. Matures at 15’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Ribes Alpinum - Alpine Currant. Compact, mound-forming, heavily branched,
deciduous shrub with spineless shoots and broadly ovate, 3 - 5 lobed, midgreen 2” leaves. In spring, bears bell-shaped, greenish yellow flowers in
erect 1 ½” racemes. The flowers are followed by spherical, dark red ¼” fruit
on the females. Matures at 24” high by 36” wide.
Hardy in zones 2 6.
Ribes Alpinum Aureum - Golden Currant. Compact, mound-forming, heavily
branched, deciduous shrub with spineless shoots and broadly ovate, 3 - 5
lobed, bright yellow 2” leaves. In spring, bears bell-shaped, greenish
yellow flowers in erect 1 ½” racemes. The flowers are followed by
Ribes Sanguineum King Edward VII - King Edward VII Dark Red Flowering
Current. Compact, upright, spineless, deciduous shrub with rounded, 3 - 5 lobed,
toothed, aromatic dark green 2 - 4” leaves. Leaves are heart-shaped at the bases,
and slightly hairy above, white-hairy beneath. Tubular dark red flowers are borne
in pendent racemes that are 2 - 4” long in the spring. Flowers are followed by
spherical, glaucous, blue-black 1/4” fruit. Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy
in zones 6 - 8.
Robinia Pseudoacacia Frisia - Frisia Black Locust. Fast-growing, suckering,
broadly columnar, deciduous tree that has spiny shoots. Pinnate, 12” golden
yellow foliage, that has up to 23 lance shaped or elliptic to ovate, blunt leaves that
turn yellow-green during the summer then becoming orange-yellow in the fall. In
late spring and early summer fragrant white 3/4” flowers are borne in pendent 8”
racemes that are followed by 4” smooth brown seed pods. Matures at 50’ high by
25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Robinia Pseudoacacia Purple Robe - Purple Robe Black Locust. Fast-growing,
compact rounded deciduous tree that will never exceed 30 - 40’ tall. One of the
prettiest forms of Black Locust, with dark rose-pink flowers. Matures at 40’ high
by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Rosa Rugosa - Ramanas Rose. Vigorous, dense species rose with very prickly stems
and wrinkled, leathery, dark green leaves, each composed of 7 - 9, rarely up to 11,
narrowly oblong 1 - 2” leaflets. Cupped, single, fragrant, violet-carmine-red 3”
flowers, showing yellow stamens, are borne singly or in small clusters from spring
to autumn, followed by tomato-shaped, red to orange-red hips. This deciduous
plant matures at 3’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 9.
Rosa Rugosa Hansa - Hansa Purple Red Romanas Rose.
Rosa Rugosa Snow Carpet - Snow Carpet Ramanas Rose. Prostrate, creeping
miniature groundcover rose with bright green leaves. In early summer, bears
pompon, fully
double, creamy white 1 ¼” flowers. Attractive as a
groundcover. Matures at 6” high by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Rubus Calycinoides - Bramble. Prostrate, evergreen shrub with sparsely prickly
shoots
that root as they creep along the ground. The rounded, shallowly 3 5 lobed, glossy,
dark green 2” leaves that are heart-shaped at the bases, with
deeply impressed veins
and wrinkled margins. In summer, bears solitary,
saucer-shaped white ¾” flowers. Flowers are sometimes followed by spherical
½” red fruit. Matures at 4” high by indefinite width. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
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Rudbeckia Fulgida Goldlace - Goldlace Black-eyed Susan. Perennial.
Rhizomatous perennial with branched stems, broadly ovate to narrowly
ovate-lance-shaped, less
hairy, coarsely toothed, dark green basal
leaves, which become progressively smaller
up the stem. Flower
heads are 3 - 3 ½” with golden-yellow ray florets and conical, blackish
brown disk florets, borne in late summer to mid autumn. Matures at 24”
high
by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Rudbeckia Fulgida Var Sullivantii - Goldstrum Black-eyed Susan. Perennial.
Rhizomatous perennial with branched stems, broadly ovate to narrowly
ovate-lance-shaped, less hairy, coarsely toothed, dark green basal leaves,
which become progressively smaller up the stem. Flower heads are 3 - 3 ½”
with golden-yellow ray florets and conical, blackish brown disk florets,
borne in late summer to mid autumn. Matures at 24” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Rudbeckia Hirta - Black-Eyed Susan Perennial. Erect, thick stemmed,
branching, bristly biennial or short-lived perennial, often grown as an
annual, with mid-green leaves.
The 4” basal leaves are ovate to
diamond-shaped, sometimes slightly toothed, strongly 3-veined. Stem
leaves are usually narrower and ovate to lance-shaped. Daisy-like 3”
flowerheads, have pale to golden yellow ray florets and prominent, conical
centers of deep brown-purple disk florets, and are borne from summer to
early autumn. Matures at 12 - 36” high by 12 - 18” wide. Hardy in zones
3 - 7.
Salix Alba Vitellina - Golden Weeping Willow. Very fast-growing, spreading
tree with bright yellow to orange winter shoots. Foliage is lance-shaped,
saw-toothed, slender-pointed, dull green 4” leaves that are silky-hairy when
young, blue-green
beneath. Yellow male 2” catkins or stalkless,
yellow-green female 1 ¼” catkins are produced in spring, with the leaves.
Matures at 80’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Salix Caprea Pendula - Weeping Pussy Willow. Weeping, deciduous tree,
almost always grown as a grafted standard, with a dense head of thick,
yellow-brown shoots and
broadly elliptic, toothed 4” dark green above,
gray-green beneath leaves. Gray,
male 1 ¼” catkins studded with
yellow anthers, are produced on the bare shoots in
mid and late
spring. Matures at 5 - 6’ high (depending on graft) by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Salix Exigua - Coyote Willow. Upright, thicket-forming, suckering shrub with
slender shoots and narrowly lance-shaped tapered, gray green 4” leaves
covered in silky, silvery gray hairs when young. Gray-yellow catkins, the
males are 2” long, the females are 2 ½” long are borne in the spring, with
the leaves. Matures at 12’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 6.
Salix Hakuro Nishiki - Variegated Hakuro Nishiki Willow. A gracefully arching
deciduous shrub. The slender leaves emerge as glossy pink, than mature into a
white, green, and pink variegation. Matures at 8’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 8.
Salix Matsudana Navajo - Navajo Hankow Willow. Also known as Umbraculifera.
A large 20’ high round-topped deciduous tree that is usually with out a central
leader. This is a tough and hardy tree. Matures at 25’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 9.
Salix Melanostachys - Black Pussy Willow. Upright, deciduous shrub with arching
shoots, milky hairy when young and oval, entire to finely toothed, silky-hairy,
gray-green 4” leaves turning glossy green. Bears Black catkins with brick-red
anthers are produced in early and mid spring, before the leaves. Matures at 10’
high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Salix Nehalem Pacifica - Nehalem Pacific Willow.
Salix Purpurea Nana - Dwarf Blue Arctic Willow. Spreading, deciduous shrub with
arching, frequently red-tinged shoots and often opposite, oblong, almost entire,
gray green 2” leaves. Slender, silvery green 1 ¼” catkins produced in early and
mid spring, before the leaves, male catkins have purple anthers that turn yellow.
Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Salix Purpurea Pendula - Weeping Blue Arctic Willow. Wide spreading, weeping
deciduous shrub with arching, frequently red-tinged shoots and often opposite,
oblong, almost entire, gray green 2” leaves. Slender, silvery green 1 ¼” catkins
produced in early and mid spring, before the leaves, male catkins have purple
anthers that turn yellow. Matures at 12 - 15’ high by 10 - 12’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Salix Scarlet Curls - Scarlet Curls Willow. The stems are scarlet red in the winter
and the older branches are golden brown. The leaves are curled somewhat like
those of ‘Golden Curls’. Matures at 30’ high by 15 - 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5
- 8.
Salix Vitellina Britzensis - Britzensis Red Bark Willow. Very fast-growing,
spreading tree with bright orange-red winter shoots. Foliage is lance-shaped, sawtoothed, slender-pointed, dull green 4” leaves that are silky-hairy when young,
blue-green beneath. Yellow male 2” catkins or stalkless, yellow-green female 1
¼” catkins are produced in spring, with the leaves. Matures at 80’ high by 30’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Salvia X Sylvestris Blue Queen - Blue Queen Salvia (Perennial). Clump-forming,
erect, branched perennial bearing oblong-lance-shaped, scalloped, wrinkled, softly
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hairy, mid-green 3” leaves. Bears rich blue-violet ½” flowers are born in
dense, terminal racemes in early and midsummer. Matures at 32” high by
12” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Salvia Superba East Friesland - East Friesland Salvia (Perennial). Clumpforming, erect, branched perennial with lance-shaped to oblong, scalloped,
mid-green 4” leaves which are slightly hairy beneath, the basal leaves are
stalked, the stem leaves stalkless and sometimes stem-clasping. From
midsummer to early fall, bears slender, terminal racemes of bright violet or
purple ½” flowers. Matures at 26 - 36” high by 18 - 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Saponaria Ocymoides Rosea - Rock Soapwort. Spreading, mat-forming,
sometimes weakly climbing perennial wit ovate-lance-shaped, hairy, bright
green ½” leaves. A profusion of pink ½” flowers open in loose, panicle-like
cymes in summer may swamp smaller plants. Matures at 3” high by 18”
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Sarcococca Confusa - Confusa Sweet Box. Dense, rounded, bushy shrub with
elliptic, tapered, glossy, dark green 2 ½” leaves. Clusters of about 5 very
fragrant white flowers are borne in early spring, followed by spherical,
glossy black ¼” fruit. Matures at 6’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Sarcococca Hookerana Humulis - Himalayan Sweet Box. Dwarf, clumpforming evergreen shrub, spreading by suckers, with erect shoots and
oblong, glossy dark green 3” leaves. In early spring, bears clusters of
fragrant, pink-tinged white flowers that are followed by spherical, dark blueblack ¼” fruit. Matures at 18” high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Sarcococca Ruscifolia - Fragrant Sweetbox. Dense, bushy evergreen shrub
with arching shoots and ovate, tapered, glossy, dark green 2 ½” leaves.
Clusters of fragrant, creamy white flowers are produced in early spring and
are followed by spherical, dark red ¼” fruit. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Sasa Masumuneana Albostriata - White Variegated Dwarf Bamboo. Lowgrowing, moderately spreading bamboo with very slender, green or brown
culms, producing a single branch at each node. The narrowly elliptic,
mid-green 4 - 7” leaves are conspicuously white-striped when young,
becoming yellow shaded as they mature
in the fall. Matures at 5’
high by indefinite width. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Scabiosa Caucasica Alba - White Pincushion Flower (Perennial). Clumpforming perennial with lance-shaped, entire, gray-green 6” basal leaves with
partly winged stalks, and usually unbranched stems bearing pinnatifid
leaves. Solitary, white 3” flowerheads borne in mid and late summer.
Matures at 24” high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Scabiosa Caucasica Butterfly Blue - Butterfly Blue Pincushion Flower (Perennial).
Branched, hairy perennial with long stalked, ovate to lance-shaped, simple or
pinnatifid 2 - 6” gray-green basil leaves. Bears solitary lavender-blue 1 ½”
flowerheads from mid to late summer. Matures at 16” high by 16” wide. Hardy
in zones 3 - 8.
Scabiosa Caucasica Fama - Fama Pincushion Flower (Perennial). Clump-forming
perennial with lance-shaped, entire, gray-green 6” basal leaves with partly winged
stalks, and usually unbranched stems bearing pinnatifid leaves. Solitary, sky-blue
3” flowerheads borne in mid and late summer. Matures at 24” high by 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Scabiosa Columbaria Pink Mist - Pink Mist (Perennial). Branched, hairy perennial
with long stalked, ovate to lance-shaped, simple or pinnatifid 2 - 6” gray-green
basil leaves. Bears solitary deep pink to lavender-pink 1 ½” flowerheads from mid
to late summer. Matures at 16” high by 16” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Sciadopitys Verticillata - Japanese Umbrella Pine. Conical or columnar-conical,
evergreen tree with red-brown bark, peeling in ribbons, and brown shoots. Linear,
grooved, glossy, dark green 2 - 5” leaves. The foliage is olive-green beneath, and
borne in terminal whorls of 15 - 25 and persist for 3 - 4 years. Matures at 30’
high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Sciadopitys Verticillata Ossorio’s Gold - Ossorio’s Gold Japanese Umbrella Pine.
Conical or columnar-conical, evergreen tree with red-brown bark, peeling in
ribbons, and brown shoots. Linear, grooved, glossy, golden to yellow-green 2 5” leaves. The foliage is borne in terminal whorls of 15 - 25 and persist for 3 - 4
years. Largest known plant is 4 - 5’ high. Very rare. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Sciadopitys Verticillata Variegata - Variegated Japanese Umbrella Pine. Conical
or columnar-conical, evergreen tree with red-brown bark, peeling in ribbons, and
brown shoots. Linear, grooved, glossy, 2 - 5” leaves that are sometimes split right
down the middle, one side is yellow the other is green or entire leaves can be green
while other leaves are yellow. The foliage is borne in terminal whorls of 15 - 25
and persist for 3 - 4 years. Matures at 30’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9
Sciadopitys Verticillata Wintergreen - Wintergreen Japanese Umbrella Pine.
Conical or columnar-conical, evergreen tree with red-brown bark, peeling in
ribbons, and brown shoots. Linear, grooved, glossy, dark green 2 - 5” leaves that
hold their color well in the winter. The foliage is olive-green beneath, and borne
in terminal whorls of 15 - 25 and persist
for 3 - 4 years. Matures at 30’ high by
20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
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Sedum Spectabile Autumn Joy - Autumn Joy Showy Stonecrop (Perennial).
Clump- forming, deciduous perennial. Upright, unbranched green stems
bear opposite or
whorled, ovate to elliptic or obovate, slightly
scalloped, toothed, gray-green 3” leaves.
In late summer, star-shaped
pink ½” flowers are borne in dense, flat 6” cymes.
Matures at 18”
high by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Sedum Spectabile Brilliant - Brilliant Showy Stonecrop (Perennial). Clumpforming, deciduous perennial. Upright, unbranched green stems bear
opposite or whorled, ovate
to elliptic or obovate, slightly scalloped,
toothed, gray-green 3” leaves. In late summer, star-shaped pink ½” flowers
that have bright pink petals and darker pink carpels and anthers and are
borne in dense, flat 6” cymes. Matures at 18” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Sedum Spurium Dragon’s Blood - Dragon’s Blood Sedum (Perennial).
Vigorous, mat-forming evergreen perennial with branching red stems
bearing opposite,
obovate, toothed, green 1” leaves that are purpletinted when mature. Star-shaped,
deep pink ¾” flowers are
produced in rounded 1 ½” corymbs in late summer. Matures
at 4” high
by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Sedum Vera Jameson - Vera Jameson Stonecrop Sedum (Perennial).
Deciduous
perennial with spreading purple stems and opposite,
ovate, toothed, glaucous,
purple-pink 4” leaves appearing almost
pink at flowering time. In late summer and
early autumn, bears
rounded 2 ½” cymes of star-shaped, soft rose-pink ¼ - ½” flowers.
Matures at 8 - 12” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Semiarundinaria Okuboi - Columnar Bamboo. Tall, erect, tree-like bamboo
with spreading rhizomes. The shining, mid-green culms are striped purplebrown, markedly so when young, culm sheaths open to reveal polished, deep
red-purple interiors. Bears lance shaped, glossy, mid-green 5 - 6” leaves
mainly on the upper part of the plant. Matures
at 20’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Sempervivum Tectorum - Hen and Chicken (Perennial). Mat-forming
succulent with
open 4” rosettes of thick, obovate to narrowly oblong,
bristle-tipped, blue-green 1 ½” leaves. In summer bears 2 - 4” cymes of redpurple flowers on upright, hairy stems. Matures at 6” high by 20” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Sequoia Sempervirens - Coast Redwood. Columnar-conical, evergreen tree
with horizontal or down curved branches, thick, fissured, soft, red-brown
bark, and mid-green, later red-brown shoots with decurrent leaf bases. The
hard, linear, sharp-pointed, deep
green ¾” leaves that are silvery
white beneath and are 2 ranked. On very strong shoots,
like. Matures at 70 - 100’ high by 20 - 28’ wide.
zones 7 - 9.
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Sequoia Sempervirens Albo-Spica - White Variegated Coast Redwood. Columnarconical evergreen tree with horizontal or down curved branches, thick, fissured,
soft, red-brown bark, and mid-green, later red-brown shoots with decurrent leaf
bases. The hard, linear, sharp-pointed, deep green ¾” leaves that are silvery white
beneath and are 2 ranked. On very strong shoots, the leaves are scale-like and are
white tipped. Matures at 50 - 70’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Sequoia Sempervirens Glauca - Blue Coast Redwood. Columnar-conical tree
evergreen with horizontal or down curved branches, thick, fissured, soft, redbrown bark, and mid-green, later red-brown shoots with decurrent leaf bases. The
hard, linear, sharp-pointed, blue-green ¾” leaves that are silvery white beneath and
are 2 ranked. On very strong shoots, the leaves are scale-like. Matures at 70 100’ high by 20 - 28’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Sequoia Sempervirens Nana Pendula - Weeping Dwarf Coast Redwood. A blue
weeping dwarf coastal redwood. Sometimes called ‘Prostrata’. This evergreen
plant gets about 16” high. Must cut out some strong leaders that form. Hardy in
zones 7 - 9.
Sequoia Sempervirens Santa Cruz - Santa Cruz Coast Redwood. Sharply-conical,
evergreen tree with horizontal branches, thick, fissured, soft, red-brown bark, and
mid-green, later red-brown shoots with decurrent leaf bases. The soft, pale-green
¾” leaves that are silvery white beneath and are 2 ranked. On very strong shoots,
the leaves are scale-like. Matures at 70 - 100’ high by 20 - 28’ wide. Hardy in
zones 7 - 9.
Sequoia Sempervirend Soquel - Soques Coast Redwood. Pyramidal, evergreen tree
with horizontal or down curved branches, thick, fissured, soft, red-brown bark, and
mid-green, later red-brown shoots with decurrent leaf bases. The hard, linear,
sharp-pointed, dark-green ¾” leaves that are bluish-green beneath and are 2
ranked. On very strong shoots, the leaves are scale-like. Matures at 70 - 100’ high
by 20 - 28’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Sequoiadendron Giganteum - Giant Sierra Redwood. Conical evergreen tree,
becoming flat-topped or columnar, with down curved branches. Awl-shaped, gray
green ¼” leaves are arranged radially and point forward on the shoots. Matures at
80’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Sequoiadendron Giganteum Glauca - Blue Giant Sierra Redwood. Conical
evergreen tree, becoming flat-topped or columnar, with down curved branches.
Awl-shaped, blue-green ¼” leaves are arranged radially and point forward on the
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shoots. Matures at 80’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Sequoiadendron Giganteum Hazel Smith - Hazel Smith Giant Sierra
Redwood. Conical evergreen tree, becoming flat-topped or columnar, with
down curved branches. Awl-shaped, bluish ¼” leaves that are arranged
radially and point forward on the shoots. Matures at 80’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Sequoiadendron Giganteum Pendula - Weeping Giant Sierra Redwood.
Conical evergreen tree, becoming flat-topped or columnar, with branches
that are truly pendent and give a curtain like effect. Awl-shaped, gray green
¼” leaves are arranged radially and point forward on the shoots. Matures at
60 - 80’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Sequoiadendron Giganteum Variegated - Variegated Giant Sierra Redwood.
Conical evergreen tree, becoming flat-topped or columnar, with down
curved branches. Awl-shaped, green or yellow ¼” leaves of equal amounts
of both colors and are arranged radially pointing forward on the shoots.
Matures at 80’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Sesleria Caerulea - Blue Moor Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Vigorous, densely
tufted, mound-forming, evergreen perennial with round-tipped, flat or
channeled, linear, pale blue-gray 12” leaves that are glossy, dark green
beneath. Bears bluish purple, rarely greenish white spikelets in dense, ovoid
½ - 1 ¼” panicles in mid-spring to early
summer. Matures at 12” high
by 10” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Skimmia Reevesiana - Reeves Skimmia. Hermaphrodite, with narrowly elliptic,
tapered leaves and ovoid red fruit. The ½” flowers borne in 2 - 3” terminal
panicles are white, fragrant and bisexual. Matures at 18 - 24” high by 34 - 36”
wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Sophora Japonica Halka - Halka Japanese Pagoda Tree. Spreading, deciduous tree
with pinnate 10” leaves, each with up to 17 ovate to lance-shaped glossy, dark
green leaflets that turn yellow in the fall. Bears abundant, small, fragrant, pea-like
creamy white 1/2” flowers in terminal panicles up to 12” long during the summer.
Matures at 100’ high by 70’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Sophora Japonica Princeton Upright - Princeton Upright Japanese Pagoda Tree.
Fast growing deciduous tree that has compact upright branching. 10” pinnate
leaves, each with up to 17 ovate to lance-shaped glossy, dark green leaflets that
offers a yellow color in autumn. Small, fragrant, 1/2” creamy white pea-like
flowers are borne in 12” terminal panicles during the summer. Matures at 50’ high
by 35’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Sorbaria Sorbifolia - Ural false Spirea. Upright, thicket-forming deciduous shrub
with erect branches and pinnate 10” leaves, each with up to 25 lance-shaped or
oblong, tapered, dark green leaflets. Small 3/8” white flowers are borne in mid
and late summer, in erect, terminal, conical 10” panicles. Matures at 6’ high by
10’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 9.
Shibataea Kumasasa - Dwarf Bamboo. Evergreen, clump-forming bamboo
with
short-jointed, greenish brown culms and abundant, long-stalked,
broadly
lance-shaped, taper-pointed, rich dark green 2 - 4 ½” leaves.
New shoots
appear in late spring. Matures at 2 - 5’ high by
24” wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 10.
Sorbus Aucuparia - European Mountain Ash. Broadly conical to rounded tree with
mid to dark green leaves, turning red or yellow in the fall. Leaves are oblonglance-shaped to elliptic and are 8” long, with 1 or 2 pairs of separate leaflets at the
bases, or pinnate,
with up to 12 oblong-lance-shaped, sharply toothed
leaflets. In late spring, bears white flowers in 5” corymbs. Flowers are followed
by spherical, orange-red 3/8” berries. Matures at 50’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Skimmia Japonica Nana Female - Female Dwarf Skimmia Japonica. Domeshaped to
erect or creeping evergreen shrub with oval to obovate or
inversely lance-shaped,
slightly aromatic, dark green 4” leaves. Fragrant
white ¼” flowers sometimes tinged
pink or red, often opening from red
buds and are borne in dense 3” panicles in mid and late spring. The
flowers are followed by 3/8” red fruit. Matures at 20” high by 20”
wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Sorbus Aucuparia Cardinal Royal - Cardinal Royal Mountain Ash. Broadly
conical, upright deciduous tree with mid to dark green leaves, that turn red or
yellow in the fall. 8” leaves are oblong-lance-shaped to elliptic with 1 or 2
pairs of serrate leaflets at the base, or pinnate, with up to 12 oblong-lance-shaped,
sharply toothed leaflets. In late spring, bears white flowers in 5” corymbs,
followed by spherical, orange-red 3/8”
berries. Matures at 50’ high by
22’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Skimmia Japonica Nana Male - Male Dwarf Skimmia Japonica. Dome-shaped
to erect
or creeping evergreen shrub with oval to obovate or
inversely lance-shaped, slightly aromatic, dark green 4” leaves. Fragrant
white ¼” flowers sometimes tinged pink or red, often opening from red buds
and are borne in dense 3” panicles in mid and late spring. Matures at 20”
Spirea Assorted - Assorted Spirea. A selection will be made from the varieties that
will
do best in your area. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Anthony Waterer - Anthony Waterer Dark Pink Spirea. Clumpforming, deciduous shrub with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply
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yellow 2” leaves that age to yellow-green. In late spring and early summer, bears
pink flowers in terminal 6” corymbs. Matures at 30 - 42” high by 3 - 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
toothed, dark green 5” leaves that are bronze-red when young. In mid and
late summer, bears bowl-shaped dark pink flowers in terminal 8” corymbs.
Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Coccinea - Coccinea Deep Red Spirea. Clump-forming,
deciduous shrub with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply toothed,
dark green 5” leaves that are bronze-red when young. In mid and late
summer, bears bowl-shaped deep carmine-red flowers in terminal 8”
corymbs. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Crispa - Crisp Leaf Pink Spirea. Slow growing and compact,
deciduous shrub. The plant has small, very dark green, 1” leaves that are
puckered. The flowers are deep pink and in 3” corymbs. Matures at 16”
high by 20” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Dart’s Red - Dart’s Red Spirea. Clump-forming, deciduous
shrub with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply toothed, dark green
5” leaves that are bronze-red when young. In mid and late summer, bears
bowl-shaped deep carmine-red flowers in terminal 8” corymbs. Matures at
3’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Dolchica - Dolchica Pink Spirea. Slow growing and
compact, deciduous shrub. The plant has small, very dark green, 1” leaves
that are puckered and have deep purple-red new growth color. The flowers
are deep pink and in 3” corymbs. Matures at 1 ½ - 2 ½’ high by 2 - 4’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Douglasii - Douglas Rose Pink Spirea. Erect growing
deciduous shrub. Foliage is elliptic to oblong, obtuse to roundish at apex
and serrate above the middle and 1 - 3 ½” long. Flowers are rose pink in
elongated panicles. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Froebelii - Froebelii Pink Spirea. Clump-forming,
deciduous shrub
with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply
toothed, dark green 5” leaves that are bronze-red when young. In mid and
late summer, bears bowl-shaped deep pink flowers in terminal 8”
corymbs. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Goldflame - Goldflame Pink Spirea. Clump-forming,
deciduous shrub with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply
toothed, 2” leaves that are bronze-red when young turning bright yellow
then mid green. The fall foliage color is orange, red, and yellow. In mid
and late summer, bears bowl-shaped dark pink flowers in terminal 8”
corymbs. Matures at 30” high by 30” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Goldmound - Goldmound Pink Spirea. Clump-forming,
deciduous shrub with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply toothed,
Spiraea Bumalda Gumball - Gumball Pink Spirea. Clump-forming, deciduous shrub
with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply toothed, dark green 3” leaves
that are bronze-red when young. In mid and late summer, bears deep pink flowers
in terminal 6” corymbs. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Lemon Princess - Lemon Princess Pink Spirea. Dense, mounded
form of deciduous shrub. Ovate to lance-shaped, toothed, gold 1” leaves. In mid
and late summer, bears pink flowers in terminal 1” corymbs. Matures at 20” high
by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Limemound - Limemound Pink Spirea. Clump-forming,
deciduous shrub with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply toothed, limegreen 3” leaves that turn orange-red in fall. In mid and late summer, bears pink
flowers in terminal 4” corymbs. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Bumalda Monub - Monub Pink Spirea. Foliage opens a lemon yellow and
matures
a lime green mound. In mid and late summer, bears light pink
flowers. This deciduous plant matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 9.
Spiraea Daphne Neon Flash - Neon Flash Red Spirea. Dense, mounded deciduous
shrub. This plant bears vivid red flowers. New foliage is purple becoming a
medium green. Plant matures at 3’. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Japonica Albiflora - Japanese White Spirea. Clump-forming, deciduous
shrub
with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply toothed, pale-green 5”
leaves. In mid and late summer, bears bowl shaped, white flowers in 4” corymbs.
Matures at 24” high by 36” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Japonica Alpina - Alpina Pink Spirea. Low-growing and spreading,
deciduous shrub. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply toothed, light blue-green ½ - 1”
leaves. Bears bowl-shaped pink flowers in late spring. Matures at 16 - 30” high by
6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Japonica Little Princess - Little Princess Pink Spirea. Dense, mounded
form of deciduous shrub. Ovate to lance-shaped, toothed, green 1” leaves. In mid
and late summer, bears pink flowers in terminal 1” corymbs. Matures at 20” high
by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Japonica Magic Carpet - Magic Carpet Spirea. Clump-forming, deciduous
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shrub with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply toothed, pale-green
5” leaves that are bronze-red when juvenile. In mid and late summer, bears
bowl shaped, deep pink flowers in 4” corymbs. Matures at 24” high by 24”
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Spiraea Japonica Shirobana - Shirobana Pink / White Spirea. Clumpforming deciduous shrub with erect shoots. Ovate to lance-shaped, sharply
toothed, dark green 3” leaves
that are bronze-red when young. In mid
and late summer, bears both pink and white flowers in terminal 4” corymbs
. Matures at 24” high by 24” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 9.
Spiraea Nipponica Snowmound - Snowmound White Spirea. Spreading
deciduous shrub with arching branches and ovate to rounded, dark green ½
- 1 ¼” leaves. There are teeth on the entire leaf or just a few at the tip and
it is bluish green underneath. In midsummer, bowl-shaped white flowers
open in 1 ½” terminal corymbs. Matures at 3’ high by 3 - 5’ wide. Hardy
in zones 4 - 8.
Spiraea Thunbergii - Thunbergii White Spirea. Dense, bushy, deciduous or
semi-evergreen shrub with arching branches and slender, lance-shaped,
sparsely toothed, light green 1 ½” leaves. In spring and early summer, bears
bowl or saucer shaped white flowers in stalkless 2” corymbs on short laterals
along the shoots. Matures at 5’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Spiraea Vanhouttei - Vanhouttei White Spirea. Compact, bushy, deciduous
shrub with slender, arching shoots. Diamond shaped to obovate 1 ¾” leaves
are scalloped or coarsely toothed. The leaves are dark green above and
blue-green beneath. Bowl-shaped white flowers are borne in dense 2”
corymbs on short laterals along the shoots in early summer. Matures at 6’
high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Spodiopogon Sibericus - Frost Grass. (Ornamental Grass) Broad, purpletinted leaves along wiry stems resemble clumps of well-mannered
bamboo. Dark purple flower panicles are held high above the foliage.
Fall color is rich and dramatic. Matures
at 2 - 3’ high by 2 - 3’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Stephanandra Tanakee - Tanakee Stephandra. Thicket-forming shrub with
arching, orange-brown shoots and broadly ovate, 3 - 5 lobed, sharply
toothed, mid-green 5” leaves. Foliage offers orange-yellow fall color. In
early and midsummer, yellow-green flowers are borne in 4” panicles.
Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Stewartia Monadelpha - Tall Stewartia. Broadly columnar to conical, deciduous tree
or shrub with peeling, gray and red-brown bark. Ovate, elliptic, or lance-shaped,
toothed, glossy, dark green 4” leaves that turn orange and red in the fall. In
midsummer, cup-shaped white 1 ½” flowers with creamy filaments and violet
anthers, are borne singly or in pairs along the shoots. Matures at 80’ high by 25’
wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Stewartia Pseudocamellia - Japanese Stewartia. Broadly, columnar, deciduous tree
with peeling, pink to red-brown and gray bark. Ovate to elliptic, finely toothed,
dark green 4” leaves that turn yellow to orange and red in the fall. Rose-like, cupshaped white 2 ½” flowers that have yellow stamens are borne singly or in pairs
during mid summer. Matures at 70’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Stewartia Sinensis - Chinese Stewartia. Broadly conical, deciduous tree with
peeling, red-brown bark and ovate or elliptic, toothed, dark green 4” leaves.
Foliage turns brilliant red in the fall. Rose-like, cup-shaped , fragrant white 2”
flowers are borne singly along the shoots in midsummer. Matures at 70’ high by
22’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Stipa Gigantea - Giant Feather Grass. ( Ornamental Grass) Densely tufted,
evergreen or semi-evergreen perennial forming lax clumps of linear, inrolled, midgreen 28” leaves. Bristled, silvery purplish green spikelets, turning gold when
ripe, are borne in long- stemmed, oat-like 20” panicles in summer. Matures at 8’
high by 4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 10.
Styrax Japonica - Japanese Snowdrop Tree. Graceful, spreading, deciduous tree
bearing elliptic-oblong, minutely toothed, mid to dark green 3” leaves. Foliage
rarely turning yellow or red in the fall. Bell-shaped, white, sometimes pink-tinged
½” flowers are produced singly or in clusters of 2 - 6 along the undersides of the
branches, in late spring. Matures at 30’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Styrax Obassia - Fragrant Snowbell. Broadly columnar, deciduous tree bearing
elliptic to rounded, dark green 3 - 6” leaves. Foliage is distinctly toothed except
toward the bases, and blue-gray beneath, turning yellow in the fall. Bell-shaped
white 1” flowers, produced in pendent, terminal 8” racemes, borne in early
summer. Matures at 40’ high by 22’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Symphoricarpos Albus Snowberry - Common Snowberry. Thicket-forming
deciduous shrub with upright, arching shoots and oval to oval-oblong, rarely
lobed, dark green 2” leaves. Tiny, bell-shaped pink flowers are produced in pairs
on spike-like racemes in summer, followed by spherical, pure white ½” fruit.
Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Symphoricarpos Orbiculatus - Indian Currant Coralberry. Dense, bushy shrub with
broadly elliptic to ovate, dark green 1 ¼” leaves. In late summer and early fall,
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double lilac flowers are borne in dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles in late spring and
early summer. Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
bears dense clusters of tiny, bell-shaped, white, sometimes pink-tinged
flowers. The flowers are followed by ovoid-spherical, dark purple-red
¼” fruit. Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Symphoricarpos Rubra - Red Coralberry.
Syringa Assorted - Assorted Lilac. A selection will be made from the varieties
that will be best for your area. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Syringa Hyacinthiflora Pocahontas - Pocahontas Purple Lilac. Spreading,
deciduous shrub, that is upright when young. Foliage is broadly heartshaped, medium green during summer, bronze when young, and sometimes
turning purple in the fall. Fragrant, purple flowers are borne in 5” panicles
during mid and late spring. Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Syringa Meyeri Palibin - Dwarf Korean Lilac. Compact, rounded deciduous
shrub
with oval ½ - 1 ¼” leaves. Bears fragrant, lavender-pink
flowers in dense 4” panicles
in late spring and early summer. Matures
at 4’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Syringa Patula Miss Kim - Miss Kim Manchurian Lilac. Mound-forming
deciduous
shrub with erect panicles of pale lilac-blue flowers.
Leaves may turn purple in fall. Matures at 8’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 8.
Syringa Persica - Persian Lilac. Compact, bushy deciduous shrub with lanceshaped,
rarely 3-lobed, dark green 2 ½” leaves. In late spring, bears
profusely fragrant purple flowers in small, dense 2” panicles. Matures at 6’
high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Syringa Reticulata Ivory Silk - Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac. Compact,
upright shrub
or small, broadly conical deciduous tree with an oval
crown and reddish brown, shining bark when young. Leaves are lanceshaped to ovate, sharp-pointed, and 6” long. Bears fragrant, creamy white
flowers, profusely in large, showy 8” panicles in early and midsummer.
Matures 10 - 12’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Syringa Villosa - Late Lilac. Compact, rounded deciduous shrub with upright
shoots and ovate to oblong 8” leaves. Fragrant pink flowers, in large 8”
conical panicles are borne in late spring and early summer. Matures at 12’
high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Syringa Vulgaris - Common Lilac. Suckering, spreading deciduous shrub or
small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves. Very fragrant, single or
Syringa Vulgaris Adelaide Dunbar - Adelaide Dunbar Purple Lilac. Suckering,
spreading deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves.
Very fragrant, double purple flowers are borne in dense, conical 4 - 8” panicles
during late spring and early summer. Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Belle De Nancy - Belle De Nancy Pink Lilac. Suckering, spreading
deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves. Very fragrant,
double pink flowers are borne in dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles in late spring and
early summer. Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Charles Joly - Charles Joly Purple Lilac. Suckering, spreading
deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves. Very fragrant,
dark purple, double lilac flowers are borne in dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles in late
spring and early summer. Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Congo - Congo Purple Lilac. Suckering, spreading deciduous
shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves. Very fragrant, single,
dark lilac-purple lilac flowers are borne from purple-red buds in dense, 4 - 8”
conical panicles in late spring and early summer. Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Edward J. Gardner - Edward J. Gardner Lilac. Suckering,
spreading deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves.
Very fragrant, double pale pink flowers are borne in dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles
in late spring and early summer. Matures at 15’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Katherine Havemeyer - Katherine Havemeyer Lavender-Blue
Lilac. Suckering, spreading deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to
ovate 4” leaves. Very fragrant, double, lavender-blue lilac flowers are borne from
purple buds in dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles in late spring and early summer.
Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Krasavitsa Moskvy - Krasavitsa Moskvy White Lilac. Suckering,
spreading deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves.
Very fragrant, double white flowers are borne in dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles in
late spring and early summer. Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Ludwig Spaeth - Ludwig Spaeth Single Purple Lilac. Suckering,
deciduous spreading shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves.
Very fragrant, single, purple flowers are borne in dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles in
late spring and early summer. Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide. Hardy in zones
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Syringa Vulgaris Madame Lemoine - Madame Lemoine White Lilac.
Suckering, spreading deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to
ovate 4” leaves. Very fragrant, double white lilac flowers are borne from
creamy buds in dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles in late spring and early
summer. Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Michael Buchner - Michael Buchner Lilac. Suckering,
spreading deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4”
leaves. Very fragrant,
single or double lilac flowers are borne in
dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles in late spring
and early summer. Matures
at 22’ high by 22’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Monge - Monge Purple-Red Lilac. Suckering, spreading
deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves. Very
fragrant, single, dark purple-red lilac flowers are borne in large, dense, 8”
conical panicles in late spring and early summer. Matures at 22’ high by 22’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Mrs. Edward Harding - Mrs. Edward Harding Purple-Red
Lilac. Suckering, spreading deciduous shrub or small tree, with heartshaped to ovate 4” leaves. Very fragrant, double purple-red lilac flowers are
borne in dense, 10” conical panicles
in late spring and early summer.
Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Mrs. Klager - Mrs. Klager Double Purple Lilac. Suckering,
spreading shrub or small deciduous tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4”
leaves. Very fragrant, double, purple flowers are borne in dense, 4 - 8”
conical panicles in late spring and early summer. Matures at 22’ high by 22’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris My Favorite - My Favorite Dark Purple Lilac. Suckering,
spreading deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4”
leaves. Very fragrant,
single dark purple flowers are borne in dense,
4 - 8” conical panicles in late spring
and early summer. Matures at
20’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris President Grevy - President Grevy Double Blue Lilac.
Suckering, spreading shrub or small deciduous tree, with heart-shaped to
ovate 4” leaves. Very fragrant, double lilac-blue flowers are borne in dense,
10” conical panicles in late
spring and early summer. Matures at 22’
high by 22’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Royal Purple - Royal Purple Lilac. Suckering, spreading
deciduous shrub or small tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves. Very
fragrant, deep purple flowers are borne in dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles in late
spring and early summer.
Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones
4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris Sensation - Sensation Single Purple with White Lilac. Suckering,
spreading shrub or small deciduous tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves.
Very fragrant, single, purple flowers with distinct white edges are borne in dense,
4 - 8” conical panicles in late spring and early summer. Matures at 22’ high by
22’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa Vulgaris White Angel - White Angel Lilac. Suckering, spreading shrub or
small deciduous tree, with heart-shaped to ovate 4” leaves. Very fragrant, white
lilac
flowers are borne in dense, 4 - 8” conical panicles in late spring and
early summer.
Matures at 22’ high by 22’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Syringa X Hyacinthiflora Asessippi - Asessippi Pale Lavender Lilac. Spreading
shrub, upright when young, with broadly heart-shaped leaves, bronze when young,
sometimes purple in the fall. In mid and late spring, produces fragrant, pale
lavender flowers in 5” panicles. Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Taxodium Ascendens Nutans - Pond Cypress. Conical tree, columnar and often
ragged
with age ,with pale brown, shallowly fissured bark. On deciduous,
erect, shoots
¾” leaves are 2 ranked, narrowly lance-shaped, and bright
green, turning rust-brown
in the fall. On persistent pendent shoots,
leaves are small and scale-like.
Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zone 5 - 10.
Taxodium Distichum - Bald Cypress. A deciduous-conifer that has great fall color.
Conical tree, columnar and often ragged with age, with pale brown, shallowly
fissured bark. On deciduous shoots, ¾” leaves are 2 ranked, narrowly lanceshaped, and bright green, turning rust-brown in the fall. On persistent shoots,
leaves are small and scale-like.
This plant is best known for its distinctive
knees. Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zone 5 - 10.
Taxodium Distichum Fastigiata - Columnar Bald Cypress. A deciduous-conifer
that has great fall color. Columnar tree that often becomes ragged with age, with
pale brown, shallowly fissured bark. On deciduous shoots, ¾” leaves are 2 ranked,
narrowly lance-shaped, and bright green, turning rust-brown in the fall. On
persistent shoots, leaves are small and scale-like. This plant is best known for its
distinctive knees. Matures at 70’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zone 5 - 10.
Taxodium Distichum Pendens - Weeping Bald Cypress. Deciduous-conifer tree
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with conical habit, branches nearly horizontal. The ends of the branches and
shoots all tip down to distinguish this cultivar. Also known for great fall
color. Tree grows 2 - 4” per year. Hardy in zones 5 - 10.
Taxodium Distichum Seacrest - Seacrest Bald Cypress. Witch’s broom of the
Bald Cypress that was found in the Seacrest Arboretum. Plant is a
deciduous - conifer that offers a golden fall color. Grows at a rate of 3 - 6”
per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 10.
Taxus Baccata - English Yew. Broadly conical evergreen tree with spreading,
horizontal branches, scaly, purple-brown bark, and shoots that remain green
for several years. Linear, glossy or matte, dark green ¾ - 1 ¼” leaves, that
are paler beneath, and are 2-ranked and parted on either side of the shoots.
Yellow male cones are borne in spring. Fruit consists of single green seeds
with juicy, sweet, usually red ½” arils. Matures at 30’ high by 25’
wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Taxus Baccata Aurea - Gold English Yew. Small, female evergreen tree with
spreading, branches, pendent branchlets, and scaly, purple-brown bark, with
shoots that remain yellow-green for several years. Linear, glossy or matte,
yellow margined ¾ - 1 ¼” leaves, that are pale green beneath, and are 2ranked and parted on either side of the shoots. Matures at 10 - 15’ high by
6’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Taxus Baccata Dovastoniana - Dovastoniana English Yew. Small, evergreen
tree with spreading branches, and pendent branchlets. Linear, glossy or
matte, dark green ¾ - 1 ¼” leaves are 2-ranked and parted on either side of
the shoots. Fruit consist of single green seeds with juicy, sweet, usually red
½” arils. Matures at 10 - 15’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Taxus Baccata Erecta - Erecta English Yew. Evergreen tree with erect
branches and branchlets. Linear, glossy or matte, dark green ¾ - 1 ¼”
leaves are 2-ranked and
parted on either side of the shoots. Fruit
consist of single green seeds with juicy, sweet, usually red ½” arils. Matures
at 20’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Taxus Baccata Erecta Aurea - Golden Erect Yew. Evergreen tree with erect
branches and branchlets. Linear, glossy or matte, yellow-green ¾ - 1 ¼”
leaves are 2-ranked and parted on either side of the shoots. Fruit consist of
single green seeds with juicy, sweet, usually red ½” arils. Matures at 20’
high 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Taxus Baccata Fastigiata - Columnar Irish Yew. Columnar growing, female,
evergreen tree. Linear, glossy or matte, dark green ¾ - 1 ¼” leaves are 2ranked and radially set. Fruit consist of single green seeds with juicy, sweet,
usually red ½” arils. Matures at 10 - 15’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones
6 - 8.
Taxus Baccata Fastigiata Aurea - Columnar Golden Irish Yew. Columnar
growing, female, evergreen tree. Linear, glossy or matte, yellow-green ¾ - 1 ¼”
leaves are 2-ranked and radially set. Fruit consist of single green seeds with juicy,
sweet, usually red ½” arils. Matures at 10 - 15’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones
6 - 8.
Taxus Baccata Fowles Dwarf - Fowles Dwarf Irish Yew. Handsome, compact form.
A rather stiffly branched evergreen shrub clothed in short, heavy textured,
lustrous black-green needles. Matures at 7 ½’ high by 16’ wide. Hardy in zones
6 - 8.
Taxus Baccata Repandens - Repandens Yew. Spreading evergreen shrub that forms
a mound. Linear, glossy or matte, dark green ¾ - 1 ¼” leaves are 2 ranked and
radially set. Fruit consist of single green seeds with juicy, sweet, usually red ½”
arils. Matures at 24” high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Taxus Baccata Repandens Summergold - Summergold Repandens Yew. Spreading
evergreen shrub that forms a mound. Linear, glossy or matte, yellow-green ¾ - 1
¼” leaves are 2 ranked and radially set. Fruit consist of single green seeds with
juicy, sweet, usually red ½” arils. Matures at 24” high by 15’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 8.
Taxus Cuspidata - Japanese Yew. Broadly columnar, evergreen shrub or small tree
with linear, spiny-tipped, dark green ½ - 1” leaves. The foliage is tawny or
yellow-green beneath, turning red-green over winter, and narrowly parted on
either side of the shoots. Scarlet ¼ - ½” arils are produced on this shrub. Matures
at 30’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Taxus Cuspidata Capitata - Capitata Japanese Yew. Pyramidal, columnar evergreen
shrub or small tree with linear, spiny-tipped, dark green ½ - 1” leaves. Tawny or
yellow-green beneath, turning red-green over winter, and narrowly parted on
either side of the shoots. Scarlet ¼ - ½” arils. Matures at 40’ high by 10 - 15’
wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Taxus Cuspidata Densa - Dense Spreading Yew. Low-growing, broad, flattened,
evergreen shrub with linear, spiny-tipped, dark green ½ - 1” leaves. The foliage is
tawny or yellow-green beneath, turning red-green over winter. Matures at 4’ high
by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Taxus Cuspidata Nana - Dwarf Japanese Yew. Broad evergreen shrub with linear,
spiny-tipped, dark green ½ - 1” leaves. The foliage is tawny or yellow-green
beneath, turning red-green over winter, and narrowly parted on either side of the
shoots. Scarlet ¼ - ½” arils are produced on this shrub. Matures at 6 - 12’ high by
20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
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Taxus Media Bonny Green Mound - Bonny Green Mound Canadian Yew.
Rounded, mound shaped evergreen shrub that offers distinctly 2-ranked,
oblong to needle-like, pointed, flat, olive to dark green ½ - 1 ¼” leaves. The
leaves have prominent white midribs and are slightly red-flushed in winter.
Offers scarlet ¼ - ½” arils. Matures at 4’ high by 4 - 6’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Taxus Media Tauntonii - Tauntonii Spreading Yew. Spherical, slow growing,
spreading, evergreen shrub. Distinctly 2-ranked, oblong to needle-like, pointed,
flat, olive to dark green ½ - 1 ¼” needles with prominent white midribs and are
slightly red-flushed in winter. Scarlet ¼ - ½” arils. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Taxus Media Brownii - Brown’s Spreading Yew. Female, evergreen shrub,
dense, and spherical, with short, parted, widely spaced, dark green ½ - ¾”
leaves. Matures at 8’
high by 11’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Taxus Media Wardii - Wardii Spreading Yew. Wide-spreading and flat-topped, with
dark green leaves. Offering distinctly 2-ranked, oblong to needle-like, pointed,
flat, dark green ½ - ¾” leaves. Matures at 6’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones
5 - 7.
Taxus Media Densiformis - Dense Spreading Yew. Rounded bushy and dense
evergreen shrub. Distinctly 2-ranked, oblong to needle-like, pointed, flat,
olive to dark green ½ - 1 ¼” needles with prominent white midribs and are
slightly red-flushed in winter. Scarlet ¼ - ½” arils. Matures at 3 - 4’ high
by 4 - 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Taxus Media Green Spreader - Dark Green Spreading Yew. Mound forming
and spreading, evergreen shrub with arching branches. Distinctly 2-ranked,
oblong to needle-like, pointed, flat, olive to dark green ½ - 1 ¼” needles
with prominent white midribs and are slightly red-flushed in winter. Scarlet
¼ - ½” arils. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4 - 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 7.
Taxus Media Hicksii - Hicksii Columnar Yew. Columnar in habit, evergreen
shrub with more radially set, dark green ½ - 1 ¼” leaves. Matures at 20’
high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Taxus Media Hillii - Hills Yew. A broadly conical evergreen plant, but often
somewhat rounded. Densely arranged upright twigs with short lateral
shoots. Needles are distinctly two ranked, and glossy green above, grassgreen on the underside. Matures at 10’ high
by 6’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 7.
Taxus Media Kelseyi - Kelseyi Canadian Upright Yew. Upright form,
evergreen shrub. Distinctly 2-ranked, oblong to needle-like, pointed, flat,
dark green ½ - 1 ¼” needles
with prominent white midribs that are
slightly red-flushed in winter. Scarlet ¼ - ½” arils. Matures at 12’ high by
9’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Taxus Media Runyani - Runyani Yew. Rounded to upright evergreen tree,
usually grown
as a shrub. Distinctly 2 ranked , oblong to needle-like,
pointed, flat, olive to dark
green ½ - 1 ¼” leaves that have prominent
white midribs and are slightly red flushed in winter. Scarlet ¼ - ½” arils.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Berkmanii - Berkman’s Arborvitae. Dwarf, dense, globular to
ovoid shaped evergreen shrub. Offers flat, vertical, irregularly arranged sprays of
scale-like, blunt, triangular, unscented leaves. Foliage is golden yellow in spring
becoming light yellow-green in the summer then turning brownish-yellow in
winter. Matures at 5’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Thuja Occidentalis Danica - Danica Dwarf Globe Arborvitae. Small evergreen
with a rounded, globose form that is broader than high. Offers dense branchlets
and flattened shoots. Scale-like, ovate, yellowish green leaves, pale or grayish
green beneath.
Matures at 3’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Degroot Spire - Emerald Degroot Spire Dwarf Arborvitae .
Slow growing, columnar evergreen shrub that has foliage similar to Spiralis.
Offers dense fern like branchlets and flattened shoots. Scale-like, ovate, bluegreen leaves, pale or grayish green beneath. Matures at 8 - 10’ high by 2’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Elegatisima - Elegatisima Columnar Arborvitae. Narrowly
pyramidal evergreen tree with billowing branches and shredding, orange-brown
bark. Scale-like, ovate, yellow-tipped dark green leaves, pale or grayish green
beneath each with a prominent, raised dorsal gland. Foliage turns bronze in
winter. Matures at 10 - 15’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 -7.
Thuja Occidentalis George Washington - George Washington Arborvitea. Narrow,
pyramidal, fast-growing evergreen tree that has a formal outline while offering a
wide base. Soft-textured, bright green scale-like foliage that is pale or grayish
green underneath with bright yellowish tips. Matures at 30’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Greenspire - Greenspire Arborvitae. Same as the Degroot Spire.
Slow growing, columnar evergreen shrub that has foliage similar to Spiralis.
Offers dense fern like branchlets and flattened shoots. Scale-like, ovate, bluegreen leaves, pale or grayish green beneath. Matures at 8 - 10’ high by 2’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
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Thuja Occidentalis Hetz Midget - Hetz Midget Arborvitae. Small, spherical,
evergreen shrub with billowing branches and shredding, orange-brown
bark. Scale-like, ovate, yellowish-green leaves, pale or grayish green
beneath, each with a prominent, raised dorsal gland. Matures at 30” high
by 30” wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Holmstrup - Holmstrup Arborvitea. Dense, slow growing
conical evergreen shrub with bright green, tight, bunchy, vertical sprays of
mid-green leaves. Great for use as a low hedge. Matures at 12’ high by 3-4’
wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Little Gem - Little Gem Dwarf Arborvitae. Dwarf,
spherical evergreen shrub with billowing branches and shredding, orangebrown bark. Scale like, ovate, dark green leaves that are pale or grayish
green beneath. Foliage browns slightly in winter. Matures at 3’ high by 4 ½
- 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Little Giant - Little Giant Arborvitae. Slow-growing
spherical globe-shaped evergreen shrub that has dense billowing branches
and shredding, orange-brown bark. Scale like, ovate, rich green leaves that
are pale or graying green beneath. Matures at 3 - 4’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy
in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Nigra - Dark Green American Arborvitae. Pyramidal,
evergreen shrub with billowing branches and shredding, orange-brown bark.
Scale-like, ovate, dark green leaves, pale or grayish green beneath, each
with a prominent, raised dorsal gland, are distinctively scented. Matures at
20 - 30’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Pendula - Weeping Arborvitae. An attractive, small
evergreen, that
has a pyramidal form with rather open ascendingarching branches and pendulous branchlets. Plant has a main leader that
takes its time trying to find up. Scale like, ovate, rich green leaves that are
pale or grayish green beneath. Matures at 15’ high by 10 - 12’ wide. Hardy
in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Pyramidalis - Pyramid Arborvitae. Narrow, pyramidal,
evergreen
tree that has a formal outline. Soft-textured, bright green
scale-like foliage that is
pale or grayish green underneath. Matures at
20 - 30’ high by 5 - 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Recurva Nana - Recurva Compact Arborvitae. An
evergreen, that is a dwarf compact arborvitae with a green leaf having a
slight twist to the end. Grows at a rate of 2 - 4” per year. Hardy in zones 4
- 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Rheingold - Rheingold Arborvitae. Conical, evergreen shrub
that has soft juvenile golden yellow leaves that are pink tinted when young.
Foliage turns copper to brownish yellow in winter. Matures at 4 - 5’ high by 3 - 4’
wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Sherwood Forest - Sherwood Forest Variegated Arborvitae.
Vigorous, fast growing, pyramidal, evergreen tree that has a formal outline. Softtextured, bright green scale-like foliage that is pale or grayish green underneath
with some variegation throughout. Matures at 20 - 30’ high by 5 - 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Sherwood Frost - Sherwood Frost Arborvitae. A compact,
rounded upright shrub with cream colored variegation on dark green foliage.
Matures at 10’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Sherwood Moss - Sherwood Moss Dwarf Arborvitae. A grayishgreen dwarf conifer, most of the foliage being juvenile. Grafted on standards most
of the time. Grows about 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Smaragd - Emerald Green Arborvitae. Narrow, compact,
pyramidal evergreen tree that has bright lustrous emerald green foliage and does
not discolor in the winter. The leaves are in more or less vertical sprays. Matures
at 10 - 15’ high by 3 - 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Spiralis - Spiralis Arborvitae. Narrow, pyramidal evergreen tree
that has short branches with branchlets arranged spirally twisted. Foliage is
somewhat fern leaf shaped and dark green in color. Matures at 30 - 45’ high by
6 - 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Sunkist - Sunkist Gold Arborvitae. Erect, broad cone shaped
evergreen tree with billowing branches and shredding, orange-brown bark. Scalelike, ovate, yellow-green leaves with a prominent, raised dorsal gland. Foliage
color is the
best of all yellow varieties. Matures at 6 - 8’ high by 4 - 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 -7.
Thuja Occidentalis Techny - Techny Dark Green Arborvitae. A slow-growing,
broadly pyramidal, evergreen shrub with leaves that remain dark green all year.
Matures
at 10 - 15’ high by 6 - 8’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Occidentalis Tom Thumb - Tom Thumb Arborvitae. Small evergreen, with a
rounded, globose form. Offers dense branchlets and flattened shoots. Scale-like,
ovate, yellowish green leaves, pale or grayish green beneath. Matures at 2-3’ high
by 3-4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
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Thuja Occidentalis Woodwardii - Woodwardii Globe Arborvitae. Dense,
pyramidal evergreen shrub that is broader than high at maturity. Offers
scale-like, ovate, dark
green leaves with a prominent, raised dorsal
gland. Matures at 8’ high by 15’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thuja Orientalis Aurea Nana - Berckman’s Golden Dwarf Arborvitae. Dwarf,
dense, globular to ovoid shaped evergreen shrub. Offers flat, vertical,
irregularly arranged sprays of scale-like, blunt, triangular, unscented,
leaves. Foliage is golden yellow in spring becoming light yellow-green in
the summer turning brownish-yellow in the winter. Matures at 5’ high by
3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Thuja Orientalis Golden Globe - Golden Globe Arborvitae. Small evergreen,
with a rounded, globose form. Offers dense branchlets and flattened
shoots. Scale-like, ovate, golden-yellow leaves that turn copperish in the
winter. Matures at 3’ high by 3-4’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Thuja Orientalis Minima Glauca - Oriental Blue-Green Arborvitae. Narrow
evergreen, with a pyramidal form, becoming 3 - 4’ high and nearly as
wide at maturity. Blue-green foliage on flat sprays on vertical branches.
Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Thuja Plicata - Western Red Cedar. Tall, columnar-conical evergreen tree,
developing billowing lower branches with fissured, red-brown bark and flat,
horizontal or hanging sprays of foliage. Scale-like, ovate, mid to dark green
leaves that are whitish green beneath. Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Thuja Plicata Atrovirens - Columnar Red Cedar. Tall, columnar-conical
evergreen tree, developing billowing lower branches with fissured, redbrown bark and flat, horizontal
or hanging sprays of foliage. Scalelike, ovate, very dark green leaves that are whitish green beneath. Good
plant for hedging. Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy
in zones 6 - 8.
Thuja Plicata Cuprea - Dwarf Western Red Cedar. A slow-growing, broadly
pyramidal, dwarf evergreen shrub of threadlike foliage that has golden
yellow-tips on bronze-green leaves. Matures at 3’ high by 3’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Thuja Plicata Exelsa - Exelsa Western Red Cedar. Tall, pyramidal evergreen
tree, developing billowing lower branches with fissured, red-brown bark
and flat, horizontal sprays of foliage. Scale-like, ovate, dark green leaves
that are whitish green beneath. Matures at 70’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 8.
Thuja Plicata Hogan Fastigiata - Hogan Columnar Western Red Cedar. Tall,
columnar clone with a straight slender outline and dense evergreen foliage.
Scale-like, ovate, dark green leaves that are whitish green beneath. Matures at 40’
high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Thuja Plicata Stoneham Gold - Stoneham Gold Western Red Cedar. Conical, slow
growing upright evergreen with bright gold new leaves, foliage is tipped yellow
for 3”
and has twisted flat sprays aging to dark green. Matures at 6’ high by
2’ wide
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Thuja Pyramidalis Lori - Lori Pyramid Arborvitae. Narrow, pyramidal, evergreen
tree that has a formal outline. Soft-textured, bright green scale-like foliage that is
pale or grayish green underneath. Does not bronze in winter. Matures at 20 - 30’
high by 5 - 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Thujopsis Dolobrata - Hiba Arborvitae. Conical to cylindrical evergreen tree with
brown bark, shredding in gray strips, and 4-ranked, thick, scale-like, shiny
margined, glossy, dark green leaves, silvery white beneath. Spreading side leaves
are hatchet or boat-shaped. Matures at 70’ high by 20 - 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Thujopsis Dolobrata Nana - Hiba Dwarf Arborvitae. Dwarf, evergreen shrub with
brown bark, shredding in gray strips, and 4 ranked, thick, scale-like, shinymargined, glossy green leaves, silvery white beneath, spreading side leaves are
hatchet or boat-shaped. Matures at 3’ high by 32” wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 7.
Thymus Serphyllum Coccineaus - Creeping Thyme. Mat-forming subshrub with
finely hairy, trailing stems and linear to elliptic or elliptic-ovate, aromatic midgreen 1/8 - 3/8” leaves. Crimson-pink flowers are borne in congested whorls in
summer. Matures at 10” high by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Thymus Serpyllum Lanuginosus - Wolly Thyme. Perennial. Mat-forming subshrub
with finely hairy, trailing stems and linear to elliptic or elliptic-ovate, aromatic,
mid-green 1/8 - 3/8” leaves. Purple flowers are borne in congested whorls during
the summer. Matures at 10” high by 18” wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Thymus Serphyllum Reiter’s Red - Reiter’s Red Mother Of Thyme. Mat-forming
sub
shrub with finely hairy, trailing stems and linear to elliptic or ellipticovate, aromatic mid-green 1/8 - 3/8” leaves. Red flowers are borne in congested
whorls in summer. Matures at 10” high by 18” wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Thymus Vulgaris Argenteus - Silver Thyme. Bushy, cushion-forming, spreading
subshrub with linear to elliptic, finely hairy, aromatic, silvery gray-green ¼ - ½”
leaves. In late spring and early summer, bright purple to white flowers are
produced in whorled racemes. Matures at 6 - 12” high by 16” wide. Hardy in
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smooth beneath except for tufts of brown hairs in the leaf axils. Foliage turns
yellow in fall. Produces cymes
of up to 10 pale yellow ¾” flowers in
midsummer. Matures at 50’ high by 22’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
zones 4 - 9.
Thymus X Citriodorus - Lemon-Scented Thyme. Bushy, rounded shrub with
branching stems and narrow, oval-diamond-shaped to lance-shaped, more
or less hairless, lemon scented, mid-green ½” leaves. In summer, pale
lavender-pink flowers with leaf-like
bracts are borne in irregular,
oblong heads. Matures at 12” high by 10” wide.
Hardy in
zones 6 - 9.
Tilia Americana Redmond - Redmond American Linden. Dense and broadly
pyramidal deciduous tree with broadly ovate to rounded, dark green 8”
leaves that are matte above and glossy beneath. Pendent cymes of 10 - 15
yellow ½” flowers are produced in midsummer. Matures at 45’ high by 20’
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Tilia Cordata - Littleleaf Linden. Broadly, pyramidal, deciduous tree with
rounded,
lustrous dark green 3” leaves. Foliage is blue green and
smooth beneath except for
tufts of brown hairs in the leaf axils.
Foliage turns yellow in fall. Produces cymes of
up to 10 pale yellow
¾” flowers in midsummer. Matures at 50’ high by 22’ wide.
Hardy
in zones 4 - 8.
Tilia Cordata Chancellor - Chancellor Littleleaf Linden. Fast growing,
broadly, pyramidal, deciduous tree with rounded, lustrous dark green 3”
leaves. Plant is fastigiate in youth becoming pyramidal with age and has
good crotch development. Foliage is blue green and smooth beneath except
for tufts of brown hairs in the leaf axils. Foliage turns yellow in fall.
Produces cymes of up to 10 pale yellow ¾” flowers in midsummer. Matures
at 50’ high by 22’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tilia Cordata Degroot - Degroot Littleleaf Linden. Sturdy, upright deciduous
tree with a compact head, with lustrous dark green 3” leaves. Foliage is blue
green and smooth beneath except for tufts of brown hairs in the leaf axils.
Foliage turns yellow in fall. Produces cymes of up to 10 pale yellow ¾”
flowers in midsummer. Matures at 40’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 8.
Tilia Cordata Glenleven - Glenleven Littleleaf Linden. Vigorous, open
growing deciduous tree with rounded, lustrous dark green 4” leaves. Foliage
is blue green and smooth beneath except for tufts of brown hairs in the leaf
axils. Foliage turns yellow in fall. Produces cymes of up to 10 pale yellow
¾” flowers in midsummer. Matures at 50’ high by 35’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Tilia Cordata Greenspire - Greenspire Linden. Vigorous, conical deciduous
tree with rounded, lustrous dark green 3” leaves. Foliage is blue green and
Tilia Tomentosa Sterling - Sterling Silver Linden. Broadly pyramidal crowned tree
with rounded to broadly ovate, sometimes lobed, silver-green young 4” leaves that
age to dark green and are densely white-hairy beneath. In summer, bears cymes of
up to 10 very fragrant white ½” flowers. Matures at 50’ high by 25’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tilia X Euchlora - Crimean Linden. Rounded tree with branches that become
slightly pendent with age. The rounded to broadly ovate, toothed 2 - 4” leaves,
are heart-shaped at the bases, glossy, dark green above and pale green with tufts
of hairs in the axils of the veins beneath. Cymes of 3 - 7 yellowish white ½”
flowers are borne in midsummer. Matures at 70’ high by 50’ wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 7.
Trachelospermum Jasminoides - Star Jasmine. Woody, evergreen, twining climber
with oval, glossy, dark green 4” leaves that turn bronze-red in the winter. In
summer, fragrant, pure white 1” flowers are produced in terminal and axillary
cymes. Matures at 25’.
Hardy in zones 9 - 10.
Tsuga Canadensis - Canadian Hemlock. Broadly conical evergreen tree, often
having several trunks, with deeply furrowed, purplish gray bark and smallbudded, slender, gray-hairy shoots. Linear finely toothed, mid-green ¾” leaves
that taper from the bases and are 2-ranked. Matures at 80’ high by 30’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Albospica - Albospica Variegated Canadian Hemlock. A slowgrowing, upright evergreen plant with almost white needles. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Beehive - Beehive Hemlock. Compact, beehive, globe shaped,
evergreen shrub. Feathery light green leaves that have light brown buds. Matures
at 3 - 4’ high by
4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Bennett - Bennett Dwarf Hemlock. Dwarf, vase-shaped,
evergreen
shrub forming a central depression. Feathery light green leaves that
have light brown buds. Matures at 5’ high by 5 - 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Betty Rose - Betty Rose Dwarf Hemlock. Miniature little globe
shaped evergreen plant with white foliage on its new growth. Grows about ½ 1” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Cloud Prune - Cloud Prune Dwarf Hemlock. Shape of a
‘Bennett’ but very dwarf. Evergreen plant looks like a pair of bird wings no more
than 3” off the ground. Grows about ½ - 1” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
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Tsuga Canadensis Coles - Coles Prostrate Dwarf Hemlock. Slow, low
growing evergreen shrub that is suitable as a groundcover. Small leaves and
gray branches show through like a bonsai. Matures at 12” high by 3’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Curley - Curley Canadian Hemlock. An elegant semiweeping, small evergreen tree with very short, slightly twisted needles.
Irregular shape that spreads in a contorted way rather than upright. Grows
about 3 - 6” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Dwarf Upright - Upright Columnar Dwarf Canadian
Hemlock.
Rare plant, forms a columnar evergreen tree with irregular
congested foliage like a ‘Hussi’ or ‘Jervis’ but all branches angling upward
at the same angle.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Elm City - Elm City Semi Weeping Hemlock. An
evergreen plant that grows irregular and semi-weeping. Grows broader
than high with branches going upward and outward. Cones are sometimes
in cluster. Grows 4 - 8” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Frosty - Frosty Hemlock. A medium sized evergreen tree
with silvery white foliage in the summer. Leaves are almost entirely white.
Small plant due to lack of chlorophyll. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Geneva - Geneva Dwarf Hemlock. A medium sized
evergreen tree,
that has very strong ascending branches. The foliage
is dark green and in flat sprays.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Gentsch White - Gentsch White Variegated Weeping
Hemlock. A mounding globe, almost nest-shaped evergreen shrub with all
new foliage that is white. Slow growing with silver-tipped, mid-green
leaves that turn green as the foliage matures. This plant needs to be grown
in a shade type setting. Matures at 4’ high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 4
- 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Golden Splendor - Golden Splendor Hemlock. A robust
growing golden hemlock. An upright conical grower that if sheared makes a
nicer plant. Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Hussii - Hussii Dwarf Hemlock. A graceful shrub with a feathery
outline, having dark green needle-like foliage. This variety is more erect than the
other dwarfs. This evergreen plant has a densely branched habit covered with
needles. Very slow growing and informal. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Jacqueli Verkade - Jacqueli Verkade Hemlock. A broadly
conical, slow growing evergreen form with very small needles.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Jeddeloh - Jeddeloh Dwarf Weeping Hemlock. A dwarf
spreading evergreen mound that looks just like a bird nest in the top of the plant. It
is hemispherical, and similar to ‘Bennett’ with bright green leaves. Matures at 5’
high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Jervis - Jervis Dwarf Hemlock. A dwarf irregular congested
evergreen plant, slow-growing, densely branched, and irregular in habit, with dark
green leaves arranged closely together. Plant looks impenetrable and is very dark
green. Plants
grow 1 - 3” per year. Matures at 14” by 14” wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Lewisii - Lewisii Dwarf Hemlock. A small, dwarf, upright
growing evergreen plant. Thick branches and crowded foliage. Very rare and
choice!
Grows 1 - 3” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Minuta - Minuta Dwarf Hemlock. Dwarf and slow-growing,
conifer with soft chartreuse new leaves, turning dark green. Plant grows ¼ - ½”
per year. Plant could be only 2’ high in fifty years. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis New Gold - New Gold Hemlock. Upright, evergreen hemlock.
New foliage is gold turning back to green in the winter. Nice spring foliage.
Grows 6 - 12” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Palomino - Palomino Dwarf Hemlock. Very dwarf compact
evergreen plant with irregular congested foliage. One of the cinnamon tipped
forms. Matures
at 2 - 3’ high by 3’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Gracilis Nana - Dwarf Weeping Hemlock. A dwarf
spreading evergreen mound with pendulous tips. Branches look like plates
over each other. Matures at 2 - 3’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Pendula - Sargent’s Weeping Hemlock. Slow-growing,
spreading, mound-forming evergreen shrub, with pendent branches. Looks very
attractive hanging over a bank or wall. Must be staked for upright growth.
Matures at 12’ high by 20’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Horsford Contorted - Horsford Contorted Hemlock. A
cinnamon type hemlock. A dense, congested small dwarf evergreen. All
branches are twisted and contorted. Grows 4 - 6” per year.
Tsuga Canadensis Rugg’s Washington Dwarf - Rugg’s Washington Dwarf
Hemlock. A small, globose, upright, dwarfish, evergreen shrublet. Looks a lot
like a heather. Light green leaves and brown buds put this plant in the cinnamon-
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indefinite width. Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
grow 2 - 4” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Sherwood Compacta - Sherwood Compact Hemlock. A
slow growing evergreen with a heavy branching habit; very tight growing,
upright to spreading.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Stewart’s Pygmy - Stewart’s Pygmy Compact Hemlock. A
very compact tight cinnamon-tip evergreen plant. Great for rock gardens.
Plants grow 1 - 2” per year. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Stockman’s Dwarf - Stockman’s Dwarf Hemlock. Very
tiny leaves on branchlets that are in layers. Looks like a natural bonsai.
Grows 1 - 2” per year.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Tsuga Canadensis Tualatin - Tualatin Dwarf Hemlock. Miniature selection,
looks like a miniature ‘Cole’s Prostrate’, but with more foliage. Grows ½ 1” per year.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Tsuga Diversifolia - Northern Japanese Hemlock. Broadly conical, later
domed evergreen tree, usually having several stems, with orange-brown bark
and orange shoots with short, fine hairs. Linear leaves are very glossy, dark
green, ¼ - ½”, 2-ranked, broader and more densely packed toward the
rounded, notched shoot tips. Matures at 50’ high by 25’ wide. Hardy in
zones 6 - 8.
Tsuga Heterophylla - Western Hemlock. Narrowly conical, evergreen tree with
cracked, purple-brown bark, horizontal branches with pendent tips, and
brownish gray shoots with long brown hairs. Blunt, round-tipped, narrowly
elliptic-oblong, finely toothed, very glossy, dark green ¼ - ¾” leaves.
Foliage is 2-ranked with a wide parting beneath. Matures at 70’ high by 20’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Tsuga Mertensiana - Mountain Hemlock. Columnar-conical tree with scaly,
purple to red-brown bark and hairy, red-brown shoots. Thick, blunt-tipped,
linear, entire, glaucous blue or gray-green ½ - 1” leaves. Leaves are convex
on both sides and radially arranged. Matures at 50’ high by 20’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Typha Angustifolia - Narrow-leaved cattail. (Aquatic Perennial) Aquatic
perennial with linear 5’ leaves that are sheathed at the base. Brown 3 - 8”
flower spikes are borne in midsummer. Matures at 5’ high by indefinite
width. Hardy in zones 2 - 11.
Typha Latifolia Variegata - Variegated Cattail. (Aquatic Perennial) Aquatic
perennial with linear 3 - 4’ leaves that has longitudinal cream stripes. Gold
3 - 8” flower spikes are borne in midsummer. Matures at 4’ high by
Typha Minima - Miniature Cattail. (Aquatic Perennial) Slender, aquatic perennial
with narrowly linear 8 - 30” gray-green leaves. Dark brown flowers are produced
in cylindrical ½ - 2” spikes. Matures at 30” high by 12 - 18” wide. Hardy in
zones 3 - 11.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Assorted - Assorted Blueberry. A selection will be made
of the varieties that do best in your area. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Berkeley - Berkeley Blueberry. Upright, dense, manybranched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to elliptic, entire
or toothed, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns yellow or red in autumn. In late
spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal 2” racemes of cylindrical,
white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the flowers are edible, sweet,
spherical, blue-black ½” fruit. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Bluecrop - Bluecrop Blueberry. Upright, dense manybranched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to elliptic, entire
or toothed, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns yellow or red in autumn. In late
spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal 2” racemes of cylindrical,
white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the flowers are edible, sweet,
spherical, blue-black ½” fruit that ripens in mid season. Matures at 5’ high by 5’
wide.
Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Blueray - Blueray Blueberry. Upright, dense, manybranched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to elliptic, entire
or toothed, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns yellow or red in autumn. In late
spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal 2” racemes of cylindrical,
white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the flowers are edible, sweet,
spherical, blue-black ½” fruit. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3
- 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Collins - Collins Blueberry. Upright, dense, manybranched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to elliptic, entire
or toothed, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns yellow or red in autumn. In
spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal 2” racemes of cylindrical,
white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the flowers are edible, sweet,
spherical, blue-black ½” fruit that ripens early to
mid season. Fruit is borne in small clusters of large, very tasteful fruit. Matures at
5’
high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Duke - Duke Blueberry.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Earliblue - Earliblue Blueberry. Upright, dense, many-
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branched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to elliptic,
entire or toothed, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns yellow or red in
autumn. In late spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal 2”
racemes of cylindrical, white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the
flowers are edible, sweet, spherical, blue-black ½” fruit that ripens early.
Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Elliot - Elliot Blueberry. Upright, dense, manybranched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to elliptic,
entire or toothed, blue-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns orange-red in
autumn. In late spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal 2”
racemes of cylindrical, white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the
flowers are edible, sweet, spherical, blue-black ½” fruit. Matures at 6’ high
by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Hardiblue - Hardiblue Blueberry. Upright, dense,
many-branched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to
elliptic, entire or toothed, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns yellow or
red in autumn. In late spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal
2” racemes of cylindrical, white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the
flowers are edible, sweet, spherical, blue-black ½” fruit. Matures at 5’ high
by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Jersey - Jersey Blueberry. Upright, dense, manybranched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to elliptic,
entire or toothed, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns yellow or red in
autumn. In late spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal 2”
racemes of cylindrical, white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the
flowers are edible, sweet, spherical, light blue, late ripening ½” fruit.
Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Ligon Berry - Ligon Berry Red Berry.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Northblue - Northblue Blueberry. Upright, dense,
many-branched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to
elliptic, entire or toothed, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns yellow or
red in autumn. In late spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal
2” racemes of cylindrical, white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the
flowers are edible, sweet, spherical, blue-black ½” fruit. Matures at 5’ high
by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Northsky - Northsky Blueberry. Upright, dense,
many-branched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to
elliptic, entire or toothed, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns yellow or
red in autumn. In late spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal
2” racemes of cylindrical, white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the
flowers are edible, sweet, spherical, blue-black ½” fruit. Matures at 5’ high by 5’
wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Vaccinium Corymbosum Patriot - Patriot Blueberry. Upright, dense, manybranched, deciduous shrub with arching shoots and lance-shaped to elliptic, entire
or toothed, mid-green 3 ½” leaves. Foliage turns yellow or red in autumn. In late
spring and early summer, produces pendent, terminal 2” racemes of cylindrical,
white sometimes pink ½” flowers. Following the flowers are edible, sweet,
spherical, blue-black ½” fruit. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 7.
Vaccinium Crassifolium Well’s Delight - Well’s Delight Creeping Blueberry.
Vigorous, procumbent, mat-forming, evergreen shrub with oval-elliptic to
rounded, finely toothed, thick, leathery, dark green 3/8 - 1/2” leaves. This variety
prefers partial shade. In late spring and early summer, bears pendent, urn shaped,
white to pink or rose-red 1/8” flowers in loose, terminal and axillary 2” racemes.
Flowers are followed by edible, spherical, purple-black ½” fruit. Matures at 8”
high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Vaccinium Ovatum - Box Blueberry. Upright, bushy, evergreen shrub with arching
shoots and densely arranged, ovate, finely toothed, leathery glossy, dark green 1
1/4” leaves. Foliage is bronze when young. In late spring urn-shaped, pinkflushed, white 1/4” flowers are borne in dense, nodding 1” racemes. Flowers are
followed by edible, spherical, glossy black 1/4” berries. Matures at 12’ high by
10’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Vaccinium Vitis-Idaea Koralle - Koralle Blueberry. Creeping, evergreen shrub,
spreading by means of underground rhizomes, and bearing obovate, glossy, dark
green 1” leaves that are often shallowly notched at the tips. In late spring and
early summer, produces bell-shaped, white to deep pink ¼” flowers, in dense
nodding, terminal 1” racemes. The flowers are followed by edible but acidic,
spherical, bright red ¼” berries. Matures at 10” high by an indefinite width.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Vaccinium Vitis-Idaea Minus - Lingonberry. Creeping, evergreen shrub, spreading
by means of underground rhizomes, and bearing obovate, glossy, dark green ½”
leaves. Leaves are often shallowly notched at the tips. In late spring and early
summer, produces bell-shaped, deep pink 1/4” flowers in dense, nodding, terminal
1” racemes. Flowers are followed by acidic, spherical, bright red ¼” berries.
Matures at 8” high by indefinite width.
Hardy in zones 2 - 6.
Veronica Spicata Blue Fox - Blue Fox Speedwell (Perennial). Mat-forming perennial
with decumbent, simple, rooting stems, and ascending to erect, flowering stems
bearing oblong-lance-shaped to linear, toothed, hairy 3” leaves. Star shaped,
bright blue flowers, with long purple stamens, open in erect, dense, pyramidal,
terminal 12” racemes, from early to late summer. Matures at 12 - 24” high by
18” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
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Veronica Spicata Red Fox - Red Fox Speedwell (Perennial). Mat-forming
perennial with decumbent, simple, rooting stems, and ascending to erect,
flowering stems bearing oblong-lance-shaped to linear, toothed, hairy 3”
leaves. Star shaped, very deep pink flowers, with long stamens, open in
erect, dense, pyramidal, terminal 12” racemes, from early to late summer.
Matures at 12” high by 12” wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 8.
Veronica Spicata Sunny Border Blue - Speedwell (Perennial). Clump forming
perennial with lance-shaped, crinkled, toothed, glossy, dark green 2 - 3”
leaves. Bears erect sturdy 7” spikes, of tubular, dark violet-blue flowers
from early summer to late autumn. Matures
at 18 - 20” high by 12”
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Viburnum Bodnantense Dawn - Dawn Viburnum. Upright, deciduous shrub
with ovate to oblong, toothed dark green 4” leaves that are bronze when
young. Heavily scented, tubular, dark pink ½” flowers that age to white
strongly flushed pink. Flowers are borne in dense, terminal and axillary 3”
clusters on bare wood in late winter and early spring. Matures at 10’ high by
6’ wide. Hardy in zones 7 - 8.
Viburnum Burkwoodi - Burkwoodi Viburnum. Open, rounded, bushy,
evergreen to deciduous shrub producing ovate, sparsely toothed, glossy, dark
green 4” leaves. Tubular, fragrant white ½” flowers, in domed, terminal 3
½” corymbs, open from pink buds in mid and late spring, they are followed
by flattened, ellipsoid red ½” fruit that ripens to black in the fall. Matures at
8’ high by 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Viburnum X Carlcephalum - Fragrant Snowball Viburnum. Rounded, bushy,
deciduous shrub with broadly heart-shaped, irregularly toothed, dark green
5” leaves that turn red in the fall. Tubular-trumpet-shaped, fragrant white ½”
flowers in domed, terminal 6” corymbs open from pink buds in late spring.
Matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Viburnum Carlesii - Koreanspice Viburnum. Dense, bushy, deciduous shrub
with ovate, irregularly toothed, dark green 4” leaves, often turning red in the
fall. In mid and late spring, pink buds open to tubular, very fragrant, white
or pink-flushed white ½” flowers are produced in domed, terminal 3”
corymbs. Flowers are followed by ¼” ellipsoid red fruit that ripens to black.
Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Viburnum Carlesii Compactum - Compact Koreanspice Viburnum. Compact,
dense, bushy, deciduous shrub with ovate, irregularly toothed, dark green 4”
leaves, often turning red in the fall. In mid and late spring, pink buds open
to tubular, very fragrant, white or pink-flushed white ½” flowers are
produced in domed, terminal 3” corymbs. Flowers are followed by ¼”
ellipsoid red fruit that ripens to black. Matures at 3 ½’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy
in zones 5 - 8.
Viburnum Davidii - Davidii Viburnum. Dome-shaped, compact, evergreen shrub
with oval, indistinctly toothed, 3-veined, dark green 6” leaves. Tiny, tubular white
1/8” flowers borne in flattened, terminal 3” cymes in late spring. Flowers are
followed by ovoid, metallic-blue ¼” fruit. Matures at 3 - 5’ high by 3 - 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 9.
Viburnum Eskimo - Eskimo Viburnum. Mound-forming, compact, semi-evergreen
shrub producing ovate, leathery, glossy, dark green 4” leaves. In mid and late
spring, pink-tinged cream buds open to tubular, pure white ½” flowers, borne in
dense, terminal, almost spherical 4” corymbs. Matures at 5’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Viburnum Juddi - Juddi X Viburnum. Rounded, bushy, deciduous shrub with oval,
dark green 2 ½” leaves, sometimes turning red in the fall. Small, salverform,
fragrant, pink-tinged white ¼” flowers, in almost spherical 3 ½” corymbs open
from pink buds in mid and late spring. Matures at 4’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 9.
Viburnum Opulus Compactum - European Cranberry Bush. Vigorous, bushy,
deciduous shrub with maple-like, usually 3-lobed, dark green 4” leaves that turn
red in the fall. In late spring and early summer, bears flat, lacecap-like, terminal
3” cymes, composed of tubular, white fertile central ¾” flowers, surrounded by
showy, flat, white, sterile ray ¾” florets. Flowers are followed by spherical,
fleshy, bright red 3/8” fruit. Matures at 15’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 8.
Viburnum Opulus Nanum - Dwarf European Cranberry Bush. Dwarf, bushy,
deciduous shrub with maple-like, usually 3-lobed, dark green 4” leaves that turn
red in the fall. In late spring and early summer, bears flat, lacecap-like, terminal
3” cymes, composed of tubular, white fertile central ¾” flowers, surrounded by
showy, flat, white, sterile ray ¾” florets. Flowers are followed by spherical,
fleshy, bright red 3/8” fruit. Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Viburnum Opulus Roseum - European Snowball Viburnum. Vigorous, bushy,
deciduous rounded habit. Leaves become purple-tinted in the fall. Bears large,
white or green-tinted white ½” sterile flowers in spherical 2 - 2 ½” cymes, they
sometimes turn pink. Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Viburnum Opulus Sterile - Common Snowball. Vigorous, bushy, deciduous rounded
habit. Leaves become purple-tinted in the fall. Bears large, white or green-tinted
white ½” sterile flowers in spherical 2 - 2 ½” cymes, they sometimes turn pink.
Matures at 12’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
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Viburnum Plicatum Summer Snowflake - Summer Snowflake Viburnum.
Spreading, bushy, deciduous shrub with heart-shaped, tapered, toothed,
deeply veined, dark green 4” leaves, that turn red-purple in the fall. In late
spring, bears saucer-shaped, sterile white 1 ¼” flowers in dense, spherical,
terminal 3” cymes. Does not produce fruit. Matures at 10’ high by 12’
wide. Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Viburnum Plicatum Var Tomentosum - Mariesii Doublefile Viburnum.
Horizontally branched, deciduous shrub with broadly ovate to oblong-ovate,
toothed, dark green 2 - 4” leaves that are softly hairy beneath. In mid spring,
produces double rows of flattened, lacecap-like 4” cymes with tiny, fertile
central flowers and larger, sterile outer 1 ¼” florets. Ovoid red 3/8” fruit
that ripens to black. Matures at 10’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
Viburnum Plicatum Var. Tomentosum Newport - Newport Dwarf Doublefile
Vibrunum. Dense, mounded, deciduous shrub that is horizontally branched
with broadly ovate to oblong-ovate, toothed, dark green 2” leaves that are
softly hairy beneath. Foliage turns burgundy in the fall. In mid-spring
double rows of flattened, lacecap like cymes that are 3” across with tiny,
fertile central flowers and larger, sterile outer 1” florets are borne. Ovoid
3/8” red fruit follows flowers and then ripens to black. Matures at 5’ high
by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Viburnum Plicatum Var. Tomentosum Shasta - Shasta Doublefile Viburnum.
A lower-growing deciduous shrub that has wide-spreading, horizontal
branches and bears many large 4 - 6” inflorescences of white 2” flowers in
late spring and early summer. Matures at 6’ high by 10’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 8.
dark green throughout the year. Matures at 5 - 6’ high by 5 - 6’ wide. Hardy in
zones 8 - 10.
Viburnum Tinus Compactum - Compact Viburnum. Compact, bushy, evergreen
shrub
with narrowly ovate to oblong, dark green 4” leaves. Bears small,
salverform white ¼” flowers in flattened, terminal 4” cymes. Flowers are borne in
late winter and spring followed by ovoid, dark blue-black ¼” fruit. Matures at 10’
high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Viburnum Tinus Robustum - Round Leaf Viburnum. Compact, bushy, evergreen
shrub with narrowly ovate to oblong, dark green 4” leaves. Bears small,
salverform ¼” white flowers, in flattened, terminal 4” cymes, over a long period in
late winter and spring. Flowers are followed by ovoid dark blue-black ¼” fruit.
Matures at 15’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Viburnum Trilobum - American Cranberry Bush. Dense, rounded, deciduous shrub
producing maple-like, 3-lobed, dark green 5” leaves that are bronze when young,
turning yellow to red in the fall. In late spring, bears flattened, lacecap-like,
terminal 4” cymes, of tiny, tubular, white, fertile central ¾” flowers surrounded by
showy, flat, white, sterile ¾” florets. The flowers are followed by edible, spherical
red 3/8” fruit. Matures at 15’ high by 12’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Viburnum Trilobum Alfredo - Alfredo American Cranberry Bush. Dense, broad,
deciduous shrub producing maple-like, 3-lobed, dark green 5” leaves that are
bronze when young, turning red in the fall. In late spring, bears flattened,
lacecap-like,
terminal 4” cymes, of tiny, tubular, white, fertile central ¾”
flowers surrounded by
showy, flat, white, sterile ¾” florets. The flowers are
followed by edible, spherical
red 3/8” fruit. Matures at 15’ high by 12’
wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Viburnum Trilobum Bailey - Bailey American Cranberry Bush.
Viburnum Pragense - Prague White Viburnum. Rounded, bushy, evergreen
shrub with elliptic, deeply veined, wrinkled, wavy-margined, glossy, dark
green 4” leaves. Tubular white 1/4 - 3/8” flowers opening from pink buds
are produced in dome, terminal, 4” umbel-like cymes during late spring.
Plant matures at 10’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 6 - 8.
Viburnum Sargentii Onondaga - Onondaga Sargent’s Viburnum. Upright,
deciduous shrub with dark bronze-purple foliage aging to dark green during
the summer and then turning red-purple in the fall. Fertile flowers are dark
red in bud, opening pink-flushed white. Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Viburnum Tinus Spring Bouquet - Spring Bouquet Viburnum. Evergreen
shrub that has dark red flower buds that open to white. Foliage is lustrous
Viburnum Trilobum Compactum - Compact American Cranberry Bush. Dense,
compact rounded, deciduous shrub producing maple-like, 3-lobed, dark green 5”
leaves that are bronze when young, turning yellow to red in the fall. In late spring,
bears flattened, lacecap-like, terminal 4” cymes, of tiny, tubular, white, fertile
central ¾” flowers surrounded by showy, flat, white, sterile ¾” florets. The
flowers are followed by edible, spherical red 3/8” fruit. Matures at 6 - 8’ high by 6
- 8’ wide. Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Viburnum Trilobum Wentworth - Wentworth Viburnum. Dense, rounded,
deciduous
shrub producing maple-like, 3-lobed, dark green 5” leaves that
are bronze when young, turning a rich-red in the fall. In late spring, bears
flattened, lacecap-like, terminal
4” cymes, of tiny, tubular, white, fertile
central ¾” flowers surrounded by showy, flat, white, sterile ¾” florets. The
flowers are followed by spherical yellow 3/8” fruit that turns bright red as it
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ripens. Matures at 15’ high by 12’ wide.
Hardy in zones 2 - 7.
Vinca Minor - Common Periwinkle. Prostrate, mat-forming, evergreen
subshrub with long, trailing shoots and elliptic or lance-shaped, sometimes
ovate, dark green 2” leaves. Over a long period from mid spring to autumn,
bears usually blue-violet 1 - 1 ¼” flowers. Matures at 4 - 8” high. Hardy in
zones 4 - 9.
Vinca Minor Alba - White Periwinkle. Prostrate, mat-forming, evergreen
subshrub with long, trailing shoots and elliptic or lance-shaped,
sometimes ovate, dark green 2” leaves. Bears 1 - 1 ¼” white flowers from
mid spring to autumn. Matures at 4 - 8” high by indefinite width. Hardy in
zones 4 - 9.
Vinca Minor Atropurpurea - Wine Periwinkle. Prostrate, mat-forming,
evergreen sub
shrub with long, trailing shoots and elliptic or lanceshaped, sometimes ovate, dark
green 2” leaves. Bears 1 - 1 ¼” dark
plum-purple flowers from mid spring to autumn. Matures at 4 - 8” high by
indefinite width.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Vinca Minor Bowles - Bowles Blue Periwinkle. Prostrate, mat-forming,
evergreen subshrub with long, trailing shoots and elliptic or lance-shaped,
sometimes ovate, dark green 2” leaves. Bears 1 ¼” lavender-blue flowers
from mid spring to autumn. Matures at 4 - 8” high by indefinite width.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Vinca Minor Gertrude Jekyll’s - Gertrude Jekyll’s Dwarf White Periwinkle.
Prostrate, mat-forming, evergreen subshrub with long, trailing shoots and
elliptic or lance-shaped, sometimes ovate, dark green 2” leaves. Over a long
period from mid spring to autumn, bears white 1 - 1 ¼” flowers. Matures
at 4 - 8” high. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Vinca Minor Purpurea - Common Purple Periwinkle. Prostrate, mat-forming,
evergreen subshrub with long, trailing shoots and elliptic or lance-shaped,
sometimes ovate, dark green 2” leaves. Bears 1 - 1 ¼” dark plum-purple
flowers from mid spring to autumn. Matures at 4 - 8” high by indefinite
width. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Vinca Minor Rosea - Common Pink Periwinkle. Prostrate, mat-forming,
evergreen subshrub with long, trailing shoots and elliptic or lance-shaped,
sometimes ovate, dark green 2” leaves. Bears 1 - 1 ¼” pink flowers from
mid spring to autumn. Matures at 4 - 8” high by indefinite width. Hardy in
zones 4 - 9.
Viola Cornuta Viola Alpine Summer - Alpine Summer Horned Violet (Perennial).
Spreading, rhizomatous, evergreen perennial with ascending stems and ovate,
toothed leaves, ¾ - 2”, truncate at the bases. From spring to summer, produces
abundant slightly scented 1 ½” flowers. Flowers have widely separated, usually
violet to lilac-blue petals, the lower ones with white markings, and slender ½”
spurs. Matures at 6” high by 16” wide.
Hardy in zones 7 - 9.
Weigela Assorted - Assorted Weigela. A selection will be made from the varieties
that will do best in your area. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Weigela Bristol Ruby - Bristol Ruby Red Weigela. Vigorous, upright deciduous
shrub with oval, dark green leaves. Bell-shaped, dark red 1½” flowers, opening
from very dark red buds in late spring and early summer. Matures at 8’ high by 6’
wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Weigela Florida Bristol Snowflake - Bristol Snowflake White Weigela. Spreading
deciduous shrub with ovate, dark green leaves and bell-shaped pure white flowers
that are borne profusely in late spring and summer. Matures at 4’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Weigela Florida Centennial - Centennial Red Weigela. Robust deciduous shrub with
erythrite red flowers that are borne to the tips of the branches. Flowers are
produced in late spring and summer. Matures at 9’ high by 5’ wide. Hardy in
zones 4 - 9.
Weigela Florida Java Red - Java Red Weigela. Vigorous, deciduous shrub with
oval, bronze green leaves. Bell-shaped, dark red 1 ½” flowers, opening from very
dark red buds in late spring and early summer. Matures at 3’ high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Weigela Florida Red Prince - Red Prince Weigela. Upright, deciduous shrub with
oblong- ovate to obovate, mid-green 2 - 4 ½” leaves. Bell shaped, red flowers,
which do not fade, are borne in early summer and again in late summer. Matures
at 5 - 6’ high by 4 - 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 7.
Weigela Floriada Tango - Tango Red Weigela. Compact deciduous shrub with 2 1/2”
- 5” leaves that are purple on the upper surface, dark green on the underside. The
purple leaf color is predominant and maintained throughout the growing season.
1” wide funnel shaped flowers are red on the outside, with yellow in the throat.
Matures at 6’ high by 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
Weigela Florida Variegata - Variegated Deep Rose Weigela. Vigorous, upright
deciduous shrub with oval, yellow to creamy white-edged, gray-green leaves.
Bell-shaped, deep rose 1 ½” flowers, opening in late spring and early summer.
Matures at 4 - 6’ high by
4 - 6’ wide. Hardy in zones 4 - 9.
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Weigela Minuet - Minuet Pink Weigela. Compact, spreading, deciduous shrub
with oval, bronze-green 3” leaves. Bell-shaped, slightly fragrant, dark pink
flowers, with yellow throats, are produced in late spring and early
summer. Matures at 30” high by 4’ wide. Hardy in zones 3 - 7.
Weigela Pink Princess - Pink Princess Weigela. Spreading, open, deciduous
shrub with oblong-ovate to obovate, mid-green 2 - 4 ½” leaves. Bears bellshaped, lavender-pink flowers in late spring and early summer. Matures at
5 - 6’ high by 4 - 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Wisteria Assorted - Assorted Wisteria. A selection will be made based on the
variety that will do best in your area. Hardy in zone 5 - 8.
Wisteria Floribunda Alba - Japanese White Wisteria. Vigorous, twining
deciduous climber with pinnate leaves, each composed of 13 ovate to lanceshaped leaflets. In late spring, pea-like, fragrant, white, sometimes double
flowers with yellow marking are borne. Flowers are produced in pendent
racemes that are 11” in length. Matures at 30’ plus.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Wisteria Floribunda Lawrence - Lawrence Blue Japanese Wisteria.
Vigorous, twining deciduous climber with pinnate leaves, each composed of
13 ovate to lance-shaped leaflets. In late spring, pea-like, fragrant, pale blue,
flowers with white marking are borne. Flowers are produced in pendent
racemes that are 11” in length. Matures at 30’ plus.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Wisteria Floribunda Pink Ice - Pink Ice Japanese Wisteria. Vigorous,
twining deciduous climber with pinnate leaves, each composed of 13 ovate
to lance-shaped leaflets. In late spring, pea-like, fragrant, pink, flowers are
borne. Flowers are produced in pendent racemes that are 11” in length.
Matures at 30’ plus.
Hardy in zones 5 - 9.
Wisteria Frutescena - American Purple Wisteria. Twining climber with
pinnate leaves composed of 9 - 15 leaflets. Bears pea like, fragrant, yellowmarked, lilac-purple flowers in dense, pendulous to spreading 6” racemes
in summer, followed by pendent, bean like, smooth green 4” seed pods.
Matures at 25’. Hardy in zones 6 - 9.
Wisteria Sinensis - Chinese Blue Wisteria. Vigorous, twining, deciduous
climber with pinnate leaves, each composed of 7 - 13 elliptic or ovate
leaflets. In late spring, bears pea-like, fragrant, lilac-blue flowers in dense,
pendent 12” racemes. Flowers open more or less simultaneously, and with
the leaves and are followed by bean-like, velvety green 6” seed pods.
Matures at 28’ high. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Wisteria Sinensis Alba - Chinese White Wisteria. Vigorous, twining, deciduous
climber with pinnate leaves, each composed of 7 - 13 elliptic or ovate leaflets. In
late spring, bears pea-like, fragrant, white flowers in dense, pendent 12” racemes.
Flowers open more or less simultaneously, and with the leaves and are followed by
bean-like, velvety green 6” seed pods. Matures at 28’ high. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Wisteria Sinensis Amethyst - Chinese Purple Wisteria. Vigorous, twining,
deciduous climber with pinnate leaves, each composed of 7 - 13 elliptic or ovate
leaflets. In late spring, bears pea-like, fragrant, lavender-purple flowers in dense,
pendent 12” racemes. Flowers open more or less simultaneously, and with the
leaves and are followed by bean-like, velvety green 6” seed pods. Matures at 28’
high.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Wisteria Floribunda Black Dragon - Black Dragon Wisteria. Vigorous, twining,
deciduous climber with pinnate leaves, each composed of 7 - 13 elliptic or ovate
leaflets. In late spring, bears pea-like, fragrant, purple-violet flowers in dense,
pendent 12 - 20” racemes. Flowers open more or less simultaneously, and with
the leaves and are followed by bean-like, velvety green 6” seed pods. Matures at
28’ high.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Wisteria Floribunda Violacea Plena - Violacea Violet Wisteria. Same as Double
Black Dragon Wisteria. Vigorous, twining, deciduous climber with pinnate
leaves, each composed of 7 - 13 elliptic or ovate leaflets. In late spring, bears pealike, fragrant, double, violet-blue flowers in dense, pendent 12” racemes. Flowers
open more or less simultaneously, and with the leaves and are followed by beanlike, velvety green 6” seed pods. Matures at 28’ high. Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Xanthoceras Sorbifolium - Yellowhorn. Upright, deciduous shrub with thick shoots
and pinnate 12” leaves, composed of up to 17 narrowly elliptic to lance-shaped,
toothed, glossy, dark green leaflets. As the young leaves emerge in late spring,
star-shaped, basal yellow-green-flushed white 1 ¼” flowers are borne in upright,
terminal 6 - 8” panicles. Yellow-green marks at the petal bases mature to redbrown. Matures at 12’ high by 10’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 8.
Yucca Elephantipes Variegata - White Edge Variegated Yucca. Large, upright shrub
or usually small tree with several to many sparsely branched trunks arising near
ground level. Narrowly lance-shaped, light to mid-green 24 - 39” leaves, that have
creamy-white margins and are stiffly leathery, with toothed margins. On matures
plants, pendent, hemispherical, white to cream 1 ¼ - 1 ½” flowers, are borne in
dense, erect 3’ panicles from summer to fall. Matures at 30’ high by 15’ wide.
Hardy to 50 degrees F.
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Yucca Filamentosa - Adams Needle Yucca. Clump-forming, evergreen shrub,
stem less or almost so, with basal rosettes of inversely lance-shaped, rigid,
dark green 30” leaves that are margined with curly white threads. Nodding,
bell-shaped white 2” flowers tinged green or cream, are borne in upright 6’
panicles in mid and late summer. Matures at 30” high by 5’ wide. Hardy in
zones 5 - 10.
Yucca Filamentosa Gold Edge - Gold Edge Yucca. Clump-forming, evergreen
shrub, stem less or almost so, with basal rosettes of inversely lance-shaped,
rigid, dark green 30” leaves that have gold margins. Nodding, bell-shaped
white 2” flowers tinged green or cream, are borne in upright 6’ panicles in
mid and late summer. Matures at 30” high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 10.
Yucca Filamentosa Golden Sword - Golden Sword Yucca. Clump-forming,
evergreen shrub, stem less or almost so, with basal rosettes of inversely
lance-shaped, rigid, dark green, yellow centered 30” leaves that are
margined with curly white threads. Nodding, bell-shaped white 2” flowers
tinged green or cream, are borne in upright 6’ panicles
in mid and
late summer. Matures at 30” high by 5’ wide.
Hardy in zones 5 - 10.
Zantedeschia Rehmannii - Pink Calla Lily. Rhizomatous perennial with semi-erect,
lance-shaped, dark green, basal leaves. In summer, bears slender, white to pink or
dark purple 5” spathes, with yellow spadices. Matures at 16” high by 11” wide.
Hardy to 50 degrees F.
Zelkova Serrata Green Vase - Green Vase Japanese Zelkova. Vase-shaped, fastgrowing, deciduous tree. Graceful, upright tree with arching branches. Thin,
narrowly ovate, tapered 5”, dark green leaves with up to 16 teeth on either side.
Foliage turns orange-brown to bronze-red in the fall. Matures at 60’ high by 40’
wide.
Hardy in zone 5 - 8.
....To Be Continued !
(Revised November 21, 2001)
Yucca Filamentosa Ivory Towers - Ivory Towers Yucca. Clump-forming,
evergreen
shrub, stem less or almost so, with basal rosettes of
inversely lance-shaped, rigid, dark green 30” leaves that are margined with
curly white threads. Bears a profusion of nodding, bell-shaped green tinged,
ivory-white 2” flowers that are borne in upright 6’ panicles in mid and late
summer. Matures at 30” high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 10.
Yucca Smalliana Variegata - Variegated Bear Grass. Clump-forming,
evergreen shrub, stem less or almost so, with basal rosettes of inversely
lance-shaped, rigid, narrow green 30” leaves that have white variegated
margins with curly white threads. Nodding, bell-shaped white 2” flowers
tinged green or cream, are borne in upright 6’ panicles
in mid and
late summer. Matures at 30” high by 5’ wide. Hardy in zones 5 - 10.
Zantedeschia Aethiopica - White Calla Lily. Clump-forming, rhizomatous
perennial, evergreen in mild areas, with semi-erect, arrow-shaped, glossy,
bright green 16” leaves. From late spring to midsummer, produces a
succession of large, pure white 10” spathes, with creamy yellow spadices.
Matures at 36” high by 24” wide. Hardy in zones 8 - 10.
Zantedeschia Elliottiana - Yellow Calla Lily. Rhizomatous perennial with
erect, heart- shaped, dark green, basal 18” leaves, covered with translucent
white spots. In summer, bears golden yellow 6” spathes, with golden yellow
spadices. Matures at 24 - 36” high by 8” wide. Hardy to 50 degrees F.
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