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$18.95, 3 for $53.00
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A slow-growing evergreen with a low, mounding form and glossy dark-green needles. When Abies 'Cis' matures it can form purple cones adding a stunning accent above the foliage. Grow as an accent for a small bed, in a rock garden, or add to a conifer collection.

$39.95, 3 for $108.00
PARTIAL SHADEFULL SUN
Ruby red new leaves in spring, and then later in the season come ruby red winged seeds, called samaras, to accent this attractive small, low-branched, multi-stemmed Hedge Maple. Attractive 3 or 5 lobed leaves turn shades of yellow in fall. Use Acer 'Royal Ruby' as a specimen small tree, pruned to form a hedge, or as part of a mixed screen.

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Hard to find smaller growing Maple with lovely fall color. Acer cissifolium, commonly called Ivy-Leaved Maple, is native to mountainous areas of Japan. A small to medium, deciduous tree that is upright oval when young, then develops a wide-spreading, rounded form at it matures, reaching 20-30' tall and wide. As the common name suggests, this Maple is noted for its compound trifoliate leaves. Smooth gray bark. Glowing fall color ranges from yellow to orange to red. Prefers part shade, particularly in the hotter zones in its range. Grow in moderately moisture retentive, well drained soils.
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Cinnamon colored bark flaking in slender vertical strips, beautiful red fall color, and hybrid vigor. Attractive year-round. Hybrid of the Paperbark and Nikko Maple, faster growing than these species. Acer GingerbreadTM forms a small to mid-sized tree with an oval to rounded habit.
Memorable name for this appealing plant! Acer japonicum 'Emmett's Pumpkin', turns a rich pumpkin orange in fall. Early season leaves are green with a reddish-orange blush. A slow-growing Japanese Maple with an open but bushy form. Prefers well-drained soil.
Grace, fall color, and hardiness! The refined character of a Japanese Maple can now be enjoyed to a zone 4 hardiness range! This hybrid selection, developed in Madison, Wisconsin, by Professor Emeritus Ed Hasselkus, originated from seed of the tough and cold-hardy Korean maple, but most resembles its A. palmatum parent. Graceful, deeply incised leaves emerge bronze, are green in summer, then glow with bright orange-red to deep red color in fall. Upright when young, spreading when mature, will eventually grow to approximately 20 feet tall by 24 feet wide. A choice tree for courtyards and gardens where the desire for a Japanese Maple has been thwarted by zone 4 conditions. Grown on own roots.

 
 
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Leafy interest all through the season. This ornamental Siebold's Maple has variegated leaves have a generous amount of creamy white patterning on a fresh green background. Fall color is vivid hues of orange to red. Acer sieboldianum 'Kumoi nishiki' is an upright deciduous tree with a full canopy. Prefers well-drained soil.

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PARTIAL SHADEFULL SUN
Outstanding bark on this small tree. A handsome selection of the Manchu Striped Maple whose bark, especially on the younger branches, is completely white during the winter months which is truly a stunning sight in the landscape. Shapely large leaves turn a striking pale yellow in fall. An upright to rounded small tree, displaying excellent disease resistance. Acer 'Joe Witt' is best suited to partial shade with a well drained, moisture retentive soil.

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Our own selection of the small, rounded tree known as Shantung Maple. Green, 5-lobed leaves turn a luminous golden yellow to yellow-orange in fall. Excellent choice for a shade tree in smaller landscapes, where it won't overpower the setting at a mature height of approximately 30'. Tolerates drought when established.
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Green leaves turn an outstanding orange-red color in fall. This vigorous hybrid Maple has leaves similar to Acer griseum, except larger, and the Acer pseudoplatanus influence is noticeable with purple undersides to the foliage. Acer x 'Purple Haze' is a small tree for for accent, shade, or screening.

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Curling bark and great red fall color! Acer x Shaved ChocolateTM is our second generation selection from Acer griseum x A. nikoense with outstanding glossy chocolate colored bark that peels off in curled flakes for year round interest. More intense than A. Gingerbread. Clean summer foliage and vibrant red fall leaf colors add to its desirability. The original tree is about 16' tall and 6' wide. Grown on their own roots.
Extremely long, 24" panicles of densely packed white flowers in mid to late summer. Attracts butterflies. Known as Horsechestnut or Bottlebrush Buckeye this large grower forms an airy, wide spreading, suckering, mound shaped specimen ideal for planting along a shady edge or massed on banks or slopes. Bright yellow fall color.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Dwarf selection of the stunning native Bottlebrush Buckeye. Midsummer blooms with beautiful upright panicles of tubular white flowers that have red anthers and pinkish filaments. Striking palmate green leaves turn yellow in fall. From Dawes Arboretum. Since it is still under evaluation, it is currently known by its provisional name, (noted by the brackets), it will most likely be assigned a cultivar name in the future. Original plant at Dawes is 5' tall after approximately 30 years. A very desirable plant for its smaller size and for providing its striking blooms when few other shrubs do.
A lovely selection with smooth cinnamon colored exfoliating bark. Birch are one of the loveliest plants when the new leaves emerge along the graceful stems in spring. Yellow fall color and white stems that shine in the winter are especially attractive with an evergreen background. Betula Cinnamon Flakes TM is a Klehm introduction.
Stunning white bark looks beautiful with the golden yellow fall color on this mid sized tree. Selected by Dr. Edward R. Hasselkus from the collections at Longenecker Horticultural Gardens of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Its attractive characteristics include good borer resistance, a uniform upright pyramidal habit, beautiful satin-white bark, attractive foliage, and golden-yellow fall color. The parent plant originated from seed planted in the mid-1970s, it out-survived all the other seedlings from the population, which were lost to bronze birch borers. The parent tree measures approximately 40' in height with a 30' spread at the base. A Chicagoland Grows@ selection.

 
 

 
 

 
 

$26.95, 3 for $75.00
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A yellow-green flowered form of our native Sweetshrub. In early to midsummer the flowers emit a sweet strawberry-banana-pineapple fragrance. Handsome dark green leaves turn golden yellow in fall. An upright to spreading shrub with age. Calycanthus 'Athens' is an adaptable shrub for sunny or shaded locations.
Beautiful, rare form of our native Sweetshrub with pleasing dense, rounded form and shiny, dark green, heavily crinkled foliage which turns golden yellow in fall. Dark red flowers emit a fruity fragrance in early summer.
Exceptionally deep red flowers with a pleasing fruity fragrance that is most obvious on a warm evening. Blooms in early summer. Lustrous, healthy, dark green foliage is handsome throughout the season. Can produce an effective yellow foliage display in fall. Easily grown, dense bushy shrub. A Roy Klehm F2 seedling selection of our native Sweetshrub that has proved to be an outstanding performer in the upper Midwest. Grow Calycanthus Roy's Dark RedTM in a shrub border, at the edge of a wooded area, or near a patio where the fragrance can be enjoyed. Deer resistant.

 
 

 
 

 
 

$28.95, 3 for $80.00
PARTIAL SHADEFULL SUN
Large 3", unique flowers are ivory white with purple and yellow central markings, they open from yellow buds in early summer and sporadically thereafter. Fragrant blooms have a pleasing melon-strawberry scent. Healthy, glossy mid-green foliage turns a buttery yellow in fall. Calycanthus 'Venus' is a bushy, rounded, trouble-free shrub that is wonderful near a patio where the fragrance can be enjoyed.
A spectacular hybrid of Carolina Allspice and Chinese Sweetshrub noted for its outstanding flowers and foliage. In early summer, the vigorous, upright shrub displays numerous large 3", slightly fragrant wine-red blossoms. Glossy, deep green foliage turns an attractive yellow in fall.
Rich maroon-red, 2-1/2" blooms with bright yellow centers. Flowers in mid to late spring. This cultivar has a fruity fragrance similar to our native Sweetshrub. Nice yellow fall color. From the well known breeder, Dennis Ledvina, Calycanthus 'Solar Flare' has the same parentage as C. 'Hartlage Wine'. Use in shrub borders, woodland edges, and as a specimen.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Unique variegation plus colorful spring blooms. Heart-shaped green leaves have a distinctive scattering of white markings. Magenta-purple blooms that Redbuds are known and loved for emerge in early to mid spring. Cercis 'Alley Cat' was discovered by plantsman Allen Bush growing in an alley near his garden. The leaf variegation is noted to be stable even during stress. Resists burning even in full sun. Matures to 25-35' tall. Lovely form and flowers plus interesting foliage make this a perfect focal point near a patio or other seating area.
A captivating small tree. Abundant white blooms emerge from the cascading bare branches in early spring to stunning effect. Charming heart-shaped leaves fill the tree as blooms fade and remain light green throughout the summer then turn gold in fall. Artistic weeping form provides winter interest. Cultivar of a North American native. A hardy hybrid developed by Tim Broztman. Matures to approximately 12' tall and 8' wide. May need some staking as it grows to help it gain height. Attracts butterflies. Superb focal point for the landscape.
A miniature evergreen conifer with a dense flattened-globe form. This Hinoki Cypress has unusual foliage that gives the appearance of it glowing from the inside. Chamaecyparis '22 Karat' prefers morning sun and afternoon shade in an area with well-drained soil, also suitable for trugs and other containers.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Fresh emerald green, fern-like foliage on an appealing, small, upright tree. Each branch tapers to a fine point. Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Filicoides Compacta', also known as Fernleaf Hinoki Cypress, is excellent as a focal point or as part of an evergreen screen. If desired, pruning results in a denser habit. Grow in moist, well-drained soil in full sun or light shade.
Lovely and intricate foliage. Golden Pillar Hinoki Cypress is a dwarf, upright evergreen with sprays of rich yellow foliage. Growth habit is dense, compact, and very narrow. Plant in an area with well drained soil, also suitable for trugs and other containers.
Appealing texture, form, and color. Chamaecyparis 'Just Dandy' has a dense compact, rounded habit and fine textured dark, green foliage. Selection of the Hinoki Cypress exhibiting the finest characteristics of this superb classic dwarf conifer. Grow as part of a dwarf conifer collection, in a rock garden, or as a specimen garden plant.
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A petite evergreen with fascinating texture. The foliage on this dwarf Hinoki Cypress is a combination of typical fan-like leaves plus occasional slender wands extending out in a wavy, casual fashion adding visual interest. Grow Chamaecyparis 'Little Charmer' in containers, near a patio area, or in a conifer collection or railroad garden. Prefers well drained soil in sun to light shade.
Appealing color, texture, and size. Golden foliage is finely cut with a lacy appearance on this Hinoki Cypress. A dwarf, upright evergreen with a dense, pyramidal form, Chamaecyparis 'Spirited' grows large enough to make a statement, yet still fits into a smaller garden site. Prefers morning sun and afternoon shade in an area with well-drained soil.

$36.00, 3 for $96.00
FULL SUN
Very appealing texture on this slow growing dwarf Japanese Hinoki Cypress. Layered branches create a softly undulating surface. Dense, rounded habit with petite dark green leaves. Discovered in an English nursery, Chamaecyparis 'Stoneham' is a diminutive choice to provide year round interest in troughs or other containers and is a great addition to a rock garden or miniature railroad setting.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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FULL SUN
Bold texture and colorful foliage distinguish this dwarf, upright tree. Stiff, contorted branches with mahogany red bark contrast dramatically with the twisting, threadlike foliage, which displays shades that vary from yellow to gold and even chartreuse toward the interior. Unusual cockscombs occasionally develop at the tips and add to the striking texture. Chamaecyparis 'Sunny Swirl' makes an interesting small accent with wonderful form, texture, and color.
The Golden Dwarf Moss Cypress forms an extremely tight, flat, low, slow growing velvety bun. Exposed upper surface foliage is a dusted gold where it receives exposure to the sun. In warmer southern conditions, light shade will prevent surface burning. Chamaecyparis 'Golden Pin Cushion' is a much prized and treasured dwarf specimen.

$26.95, 3 for $75.00
PARTIAL SHADEFULL SUN
Sweetly fragrant creamy-white flowers that resemble white candles! These dense upright spires are 5-6" tall and cover the plant for several weeks in midsummer. Sturdy, upright selection of our native Summersweet displaying lustrous dark green foliage which turns a striking golden yellow in fall. A semi-formal, compact habit makes it an ideal specimen for border and formal plantings. Thrives in partial shade or full sun, in organic rich, moist acid soils. Beloved by bees. A Michael Dirr selection.

 
 

 
 

 
 

$29.95, 3 for $83.00
SHADEPARTIAL SHADE
Handsome, eye-catching yellow leaved selection of our native Pagoda Dogwood, discovered as a seedling by noted Chicago plantsman Kris Bachtell. The horizontally tiered habit is dramatically emphasized by the golden yellow foliage well into summer, it will gradually turn a chartreuse yellow during the warmest summers. Clusters of small ivory blooms accent the layered branches in late spring. Cornus Gold BullionTM is a superb, vigorous small tree for light shade and a well drained, moisture retentive soil.
Beautiful form and foliage! The outstanding horizontally tiered habit on this variegated Pagoda Dogwood is enhanced by leaves that have chartreuse green centers surrounded by a well-defined, iridescent golden-yellow margin. Late spring brings ivory flower clusters which are followed by small dark blue fruit that is appreciated by the birds. Plant in well-drained, moisture retentive soil. Cornus Golden Shadows® is a wonderful, low-branched, small ornamental tree that provides a long season of interest.
Beloved white Dogwood blooms on a tree with superior mildew resistance. The showy flower is about 3 to 3-1/2" across. The white "petals" are actually bracts. Cornus 'Appalachian Joy' is supernumerary bracted (can have more than four and up to eight bracts). The supernumerary bracts, when present, give a slightly fuller look to the bloom, they are on average about one-half the size of the primary bracts and there can be one to four present on a bloom. Beautiful as a single specimen or in groups.

Cornus florida, a beautiful and beloved native tree has striking, iconic spring blooms, red fruit for birds approximately 1/2" in size, and foliage that turns shades of red in fall. Will grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade, but is ideally grown in moist, organically rich, acidic soils in part shade. Benefits from 2-4" of organic mulch. This ornamental tree can reach 15-30' in height and width.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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Excellent pure white bracts create a beautiful spring floral display. Released by the Tennessee Agriculturist Experimental Station, this is the only selection of our native Eastern Dogwood that is resistant to the devastating anthracnose disease. Cornus florida 'Appalachian Spring' is beautiful as a single specimen or in groups.
Pink blossoms in spring prior followed by green leaves highlighted with creamy white margins and hints of rose pink. The foliage maintains its variegation through the growing season then adds an overlay of rose-red in fall. Plants are slower growing than the species but show good resistance to foliage diseases. Moderately slow growing Dogwood with a rounded habit, forms a small tree that can eventually reach approximately 20' in height. Grow Cornus FirebirdTM as a specimen offering a long season of interest.
Very large fresh white blooms in spring have good substance and overlapping bracts. Flowers at a young age. Excellent resistance to powdery mildew. Good red fall color. A lovely and very ornamental selection of the eastern U.S. native Dogwood. Matures to 15-30' and 12-25' wide. Will grow in full sun, but prefers part shade. Plant in organically rich soil and mulch to conserve moisture. Grow Cornus 'Jean's Appalachian Snow' as a specimen or along a woodland edge.

Cornus florida, a beautiful and beloved native tree has striking, iconic spring blooms, red fruit for birds approximately 1/2" in size, and foliage that turns shades of red in fall. Will grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade, but is ideally grown in moist, organically rich, acidic soils in part shade. Benefits from 2-4" of organic mulch. This ornamental tree can reach 15-30' in height and width.
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Creamy white bracts develop a pink blush along the edges. Cooler weather is best for color development, the warmer the temperatures, the less rose tint. This cultivar demonstrates outstanding resistance to powdery mildew. Beautiful as a single specimen or in groups.

Cornus florida, a beautiful and beloved native tree has striking, iconic spring blooms, red fruit for birds approximately 1/2" in size, and foliage that turns shades of red in fall. Will grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade, but is ideally grown in moist, organically rich, acidic soils in part shade. Benefits from 2-4" of organic mulch. This ornamental tree can reach 15-30' in height and width.
Stunning, upright tree from Japan. Cornus 'Akatsuki' has green leaves are variegated with white and light pink. The white flowers in June age to pink and have striking patches of rosy red. Fall color is rich purple. An outstanding focal point for the garden.

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Alluring blooms in late spring to early summer are composed of four petal-like ivory bracts surrounding a center cluster of small yellow-green true flowers. Summer brings rosy colored berry-like fruits that linger into fall; they are very enjoyable to birds. Cornus kousa 'Little Poncho' is a small selection of the Kousa Dogwood, reaching only 8-10' tall.
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Dramatic deep pink to fuchsia bracts glow even from a distance. Blooms heavily at a young age. Blooms late spring to early summer. Leaves are an attractive dark green with purple tinges in new growth, especially on young plants. Red fruit in fall is approximately 1" in size. A landmark introduction from Rutgers' distinguished breeding program. A small tree that should reach approximately 15-30' tall when mature. Stunning focal point for the landscape.
Profuse white blooms in late spring to early summer mature to fruits that begin yellow then turn a distinctive pumpkin-yellow. Clean, light green foliage turns yellow-orange in fall. Something different for fruit color in a Kousa Dogwood, not the typical red. Matures to a small tree approximately approximately 20–25' tall and 15–20' wide.

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Strong, and wide growing with a very graceful habit, this small tree is strikingly beautiful. Selected as the widest growing seedling from a large block of 'Redstone' Cornus mas. The parent tree is 12-15' wide and 8' tall, blooms heavily in early spring with small yellow flowers and has a good set of colorful red fruit in fall.
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Bright yellow blooms in early spring! This Cornelian Cherry Dogwood cultivar is a multi-stemmed, low-branching, round to oval, deciduous shrub which typically grows to approximately 20' tall, and is more upright, vigorous, and floriferous than the species. Lower branches can be allowed to grow if a more shrub-like appearance is desired, or trim up to train as a small tree. Star-shaped, yellow flowers appear in late winter to early spring before the foliage. Flowers are followed by tiny red fruit which mature in the summer. Attractive grayish brown bark exfoliates on mature branches. Use as part of a tall shrub border or a small specimen tree.

$28.95, 3 for $80.00
PARTIAL SHADEFULL SUN
Green leaves are variegated with yellow and flushed with pink on this Cornelian Cherry. Small starry, yellow flowers on bare branches are followed by red fruit, which is loved by birds. Cornus 'Tricolor' grows as a dense shrub or small tree.

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Small bright yellow flowers bloom in clusters along the bare branches in early spring, adding welcome color before most other trees or shrubs are in bloom. Shiny, red, edible fruits form in early fall. Cornus officinalis CheerTM was selected by Roy Klehm for good flowering habits, nice fall color, upright growth, and clean healthy foliage.

For extra early blooms, cut a few branches in very late winter, (a few weeks before normal bloom time), and put the stems in a vase with water. Change the water regularly. Buds will soon open for a wonderful start to spring.

Japanese Cornel Dogwoods are noted for their attractive exfoliating, rich brown-orange bark that develops with age. Matures to a small, multi-stemmed tree with a broad habit, 15-25' tall and wide. Excellent for cutting and enjoying indoors. Grow as a specimen or as part of a shrub and ornamental tree border. Fruit is attractive to birds.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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Bright color in spring and fall! Yellow blooms open in clusters on bare branches in early spring, adding welcome color when gardeners need it most! Shiny, red, edible fruits form in early fall. Cornus JoyTM was selected by Roy Klehm for good flowers and fall color, upright growth, and clean healthy foliage.

For extra early blooms, cut a few branches in very late winter, (a few weeks before normal bloom time), and put the stems in a vase with water. Change the water regularly. Buds will soon open for a wonderful start to spring.

Japanese Cornel Dogwoods are noted for their attractive exfoliating, rich brown-orange bark that develops with age. Matures to a small, multi-stemmed tree with a broad habit, 15-25' tall and wide. Excellent for cutting and enjoying indoors. Grow as a specimen or as part of a shrub and ornamental tree border. Fruit is attractive to birds.
This blonde is a redhead in winter! Nice golden yellow spring and summer foliage with bright red stems in winter. Additional interest comes from the clusters of ivory blooms in late spring to early summer and attractive plum-red foliage in fall. Use this colorful Red Twig Dogwood in mixed borders, as a screen, and with other winter interest plants such as ornamental grasses and evergreens.
A sunny start to the spring with nice yellow leaves that hold their color for much of summer. Same vigor as the species. Large, upright bush habit.

Corylus americana, commonly called American Filbert or Hazelnut, is a North American native shrub. Monoecious (separate male and female flowers on the same plant). In spring, male flowers appear in showy, 2-3" long, yellow-brown catkins and female flowers are inconspicuous. Female flowers give way to 1/2", edible nuts which are covered in interesting looking husk-like, leafy, ragged-edged bracts. Nuts may be eaten, but are often left for wildlife to enjoy. Variable fall color, sometimes develops shades of red, orange, purple to yellow-green. Selected by Roy G. Klehm. Grow Corylus SundropsTM in shrub borders or as a focal point.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Striking, deep red leaves, and a moderately contorted, spreading growth habit. This ornamental Hazelnut shows a better red leaf color even in late summer. Mid-sized leaves allow the interesting contorted growth to be visible in the summer months, and then when winter comes, the branches can really be appreciated against a backdrop of snow. We grow Corylus 'Red Dragon' on its own roots. Shipped in a 5L container.

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PARTIAL SHADEFULL SUN
Outstanding deep purplish red leaves retain the stunning color during summer. Profuse "smoke like" plumes of beige-pink flowers during midsummer are a striking contrast to the foliage. Foliage turns a brighter shade of red in fall. Upright to spreading easily grown drought tolerant shrub. Discovered in Iowa and selected for good cold hardiness.

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PARTIAL SHADEFULL SUN
Persistent rich purple-red foliage enhances this variety of the beloved Smokebush. In midsummer the small flowers mature and expand into feathery pink plumes that create the "smoke" effect. Foliage turns a scarlet red in fall. Forms a rounded, multi-stemmed shrub. Adaptable as to soil, as long as it is well drained. Once established, needs only occasional watering. An excellent choice as a specimen or part of a mixed planting. Cotinus 'Royal Purple'provides a long season of interest.
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Great foliage on a very compact Smokebush! In spring, round leaves emerge rich purple, summer brings a deep near-black tone, and then when fall comes they light up with colorful reds and oranges. In early summer, large, soft, dark pink panicles of bloom appear and create a misty smoke effect. Cotinus Winecraft BlackTM has season long interest in a small and beautiful package. Grow in borders, beds, and as an accent plant. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
Perfectly pretty pink flowers! Prolific bloomer; pink striped, bell-like flowers cover the plant in spring. Burgundy-purple fall color. Elegant blooms on a tough, adaptable plant. Pruning is seldom needed, but it may be trimmed immediately after flowering. Neat, mounded shrub with an arching, spreading habit. Deutzia Yuki Cherry BlossomTM is wonderful on a sunny slope, in a perennial bed, along a path, or use in mass for an outstanding groundcover. Deer resistant. Attracts hummingbirds. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.

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Lovely, tailored version of this season spanning favorite. Lightly fragrant creamy white bottle-brush shaped blooms in mid spring, deep green summer foliage of good substance, then outstanding fall color of reds, coppery oranges, and golds. Fothergilla 'Julia' has a pleasing, widely rounded, uniform habit.
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Distinctive selection of our native Large Fothergilla with spectacular red fall color. Dense bottlebrush like clusters of sweetly fragrant creamy white flowers appear in late spring. Very handsome green summer foliage. Forms a dense, upright multi-stemmed shrub whose stems are clothed in closely spaced leaves. Fothergilla Red MonarchTM provides a long season of appeal for a border, woodland edge, or hedge. Prefers organically rich, well drained soil.

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This dwarf, dense growing, male selection is one of the most compact of all Ginkgo varieties. Ginkgo 'Mariken' has an extremely slow growth rate that qualifies it as an outstanding bonsai subject. A treasure and very popular!
Outstanding pyramidal form, fan-shaped green leave,s and beautiful golden yellow fall color. Ginkgo Samurai™ is a male selection of Ginkgo; it matures to a medium to large tree. Our own selection.
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A dense, upright, slow growing Ginkgo. Fan-shaped rich green leaves turn a golden yellow in fall. Ginkgo Sky TowerTM is a small to medium tree that will eventually reach approximately 15-20' tall and 6-10' wide.

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Abundant grape-purple blossoms on this early spring blooming Witch Hazel. Full bodied and bushy habit. Handsome foliage develops an appealing golden yellow fall color. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots; no untrue sprouting from the base.
A selection of our native spring blooming Witch Hazel with pleasingly fragrant orange-yellow flowers and handsome green foliage that turns an outstanding burgundy-red in fall. Hamamelis vernalis Autumn EmbersTM has an upright to rounded habit and makes an excellent screen or informal hedge. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots; no untrue sprouting from the base.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Large, fragrant, early spring blooms that are a pleasing light rose. The handsome green summer foliage on this Witch Hazel turns attractive shades of red in fall. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots; no untrue sprouting from the base.
Selected by Roy Klehm for outstanding spectacular golden fall color. Full habit, wide growing, and very hardy. Hamamelis Harvest GoldTM is one of the nicest Witch Hazel with golden fall foliage. Fragrant orange blooms in early spring. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots.

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Colorful and fragrant. Curly petals form vivid red blooms. We have maintained stock of this beautiful, early spring bloomer from the old Kohankie Nursery in Perry, Ohio. Vigorous, healthy grower. Attractive green foliage turns golden-orange to red tones in fall. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Intriguing fringed flowers in a very pretty shade of lavender. Attractive leaves with good substance turn golden orange in fall. A cultivar of our native, very early spring-blooming Witch Hazel shrub with a more compact habit than typical. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots. Another excellent Hamamelis variety from Roy Klehm.
Attractive deep rosy lavender blossoms in early spring. The handsome green foliage develops nice fall colors of orange and red. Hamamelis Purple PrinceTM is an upright vigorous grower. When it blooms, most of the previous season's leaves have fallen off, the better to show off its colorful fringed blooms. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots.

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Fragrant, lavender-purple flowers are freely produced in very early spring. These beautiful blooms of wavy ribbon-like petals are held over an extended period of time. Pleasing yellow-orange leaf color in fall. Selection of our native Witch Hazel by Roy Klehm for its outstanding ornamental qualities. Hamamelis 'Purple Ribbons' has a rounded to upright form and tough, attractive foliage. Reliable even in the upper Midwest. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots.
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Attractive deep lavender-rose, small, delicately formed blooms. Hamamelis Rose LyricTM is a smaller, more compact selection of our native Witch Hazel that blooms early, but just late enough to open when most of its winter leaves have dropped. Yellow-gold fall color. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots.
Fragrant, rich brick red, fringed blossoms in very early spring when color is more than welcome! A cultivar of our native Witch Hazel shrub with a more compact habit than typical. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots. Another excellent Hamamelis variety from Roy Klehm.

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Season spanning interest! Fragrant, soft yellow blooms in early spring. Excellent summer foliage is a sturdy, leathery green with the new growth tinted reddish purple. Then in fall the leaves turn a colorful orange and drop. Hamamelis 'Sandra' is a lovely selection of Witch Hazel from Hillier Gardens in England. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Bountiful, large blooms in toasted yellow with accents of burnt orange. Later blooming for a Witch Hazel, but flowers still open in early spring. Old leaves are retained, and when wet winter days soak the leaves they turn an attractive warm brick red adding welcome color to the winter landscape. Upright grower. Very attractive leathery green foliage in summer. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots.
Deep, rust red-orange blooms in early spring. The foliage from the previous year will fall more readily than typical, leaving no remaining leaves when it blooms. The fall color of Hamamelis Woodland JoyTM is a good golden yellow with hints of coppery-orange. Silvery trunks, vigorous grower, tall, our most upright selection of Witch Hazel. Very attractive leathery green foliage in summer. We grow our Hamamelis on their own roots.
Sweet and petite! A new hybrid Rose of Sharon that grows just 3-4' tall and wide without pruning. Abundant lavender-pink blooms that glow against the handsome dark blue-green foliage. Long blooming from mid to late summer into early fall. Nearly seedless. Deer resistant.

A versatile small woody shrub to grow in mixed borders, as an accent, or as a beautiful, no-trimming-needed compact hedge. Hibiscus Pollypetite® is a Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Growing tall and narrow comes naturally to this Rose of Sharon. Matures to 10-16' tall, but stays just 2-3' wide. Blooms are violet-purple with rose-red centers; single to double with the first flush of bloom and single on later blooms, flowers appear late summer to early fall. Sterile. This woody shrub is excellent as a focal point, screen, or at the back of a mixed border. Hibiscus Purple Pillar® is a great choice when you would like privacy and color in a narrow space. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection
Rich color in a ruffled bloom! Looking more like a tropical Hibiscus than a temperate plant, this hardy Rose of Sharon boasts rich pink, ruffled flowers accented by an intense burgundy-red eye. Large and showy, the overlapping flower petals form an intriguing cup-like shape. Hibiscus Ruffled Satin® is long blooming from early, mid, to late summer. Glossy green leaves and short internodes make for a very nice, full, bushy shrub. Sets few to no seeds. Glossy green foliage. Good garden performance. Grow this woody shrub as a focal point or part of a shrub border. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
Extra-large pure white lace cap blooms, up to 14" across. Although the blooms are sizable, this Hydrangea creates an elegant and understated effect. Deep blue-green, glossy leaves provide a handsome backdrop for the flowers. This beautiful selection of our native Smooth Hydrangea forms an upright, full plant, with a display of truly incredible blooms on stout and sturdy stems. Flowers dry on the plants and last for up to six months. Grow Hydrangea 'Haas' Halo' at the edge of a wooded area, in a shrub border, or in a cutting garden.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Incrediball® Blush Hydrangea adds a a beautiful silvery-pink to the series. Features the reliability, improved stem strength, and enormous flowers of the Incrediball® series. Long continuous bloom, new flowers are produced from summer through fall. Deadheading is not necessary. Blooms on new wood; so even cold areas can depend on having flowers. In early spring, just as the new growth begins to emerge on the stems, cut the plant back by about one-third its height. Some afternoon shade is ideal in the warmer zones of its range. A selection of Smooth Hydrangea, a native to North America. Grow Hydrangea Incrediball® Blush in shrub borders, as a focal point, or for cut flowers both fresh and dried. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
Refreshing green blooms. In early summer, spheres of lime green flowers appear. They lighten to a soft green-white before turning jade green for the rest of the season. Blooms last until frost. Great for both fresh and dried cut flowers. Hydrangea Invincibelle® Limetta is a very reliable performer with strong stems that hold the blooms upright all season, and a dwarf, rounded habit that makes it easy to fit into the garden. Grow in mixed borders,foundation plantings, and flower gardens. Blooms on new wood. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
Red flowered Smooth Hydrangea! The dark burgundy red flower buds of Invincibelle® Ruby open to a two-toned combination of bright ruby red and silvery pink. Dark green foliage highlights the mop-head blooms. Strong stems for good presence in the landscape. It flowers on new growth for reliable blooms even in the North, plus it is a rebloomer, for continuous blooms in summer. Grow Hydrangea Invincibelle® Ruby in shrub borders, mixed beds, as a focal point, or as a low hedge. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.

 
 

 
 
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Richer color and stronger stems! This second generation of Invincibelle® Spirit Hydrangea delivers on all accounts: it has darker foliage, stiffer stems, and larger flowers that are a richer pink then age to an attractive green. This selection of our native Smooth Hydrangea is hardy and adaptable, with long lasting blooms every year from mid-summer to frost. It is a strong rebloomer, and will deliver plenty of rich pink flowers. Blooms on new wood, prune in late winter to early spring.

Grow Hydrangea Invincibelle® Spirit II in mixed borders, cottage and cutting gardens, and as a focal point. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
The first dwarf 'Annabelle' type Hydrangea. This little charmer ensures that any size garden can enjoy the reliability, low-maintenance, and season-long beauty of Hydrangeas. It reaches just 12-30" tall and wide and naturally grows as a tidy, rounded mound. Each ivory white flower is held on a strong, supportive stem. Blooms on new wood, beginning in early summer and continuing through frost, with new flowers appearing the whole time. Versatile and floriferous. Some afternoon shade is ideal in the warmer zones of its range. A selection of Smooth Hydrangea, a native to North America. Grow Hydrangea Invincibelle® Wee White in mixed borders, cutting gardens, and as a low hedge. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
This dwarf hydrangea is engulfed by a bountiful crop of large blooms from summer on into fall. The flowers are held upright on strong stems; they begin ivory with green tints, then turn creamy white to light pink as the blooms mature. Wonderful for a big splash of blooms in even a small space. Good choice for a mixed border, low hedge, or cottage garden. A Proven Winners® plant selection.

 
 
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Refined small shrub with creamy white blooms maturing to pink. A stunning Japanese selection noted for its dwarf, compact habit and early flowering. Numerous white flowerheads are in proportion to the size of the plant, appearing in early midsummer, 4-5 weeks earlier than other selections of the species. Blooms become a pleasing pink in late summer into fall. Attractive, healthy somewhat leathery mid to dark green foliage. An ideal choice for smaller home landscapes, near a patio, or in a mixed border.
Great color on abundant, long lasting flowers that start out white and then progress to pink, raspberry red, and finally wine red. Flowers start blooming in midsummer and take on red coloration earlier in the season than other Hydrangea paniculatas. Strong stems. Nice compact size makes this easy to place in the garden. Grow Hydrangea Diamond RougeTM in mixed beds and borders, as a focal point, cutting gardens, or as a medium to low hedge.
Pure white blooms mature to a rich pomegranate-pink. Upright panicles are packed with florets and held on thick, sturdy stems that display the blooms well for a long season of interest. Vigorous, hardy, and easy to grow. Use in shrub borders, cottage gardens, and for cut flowers. A Proven Winners® plant selection.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Compact size! Summer flowers open soft green and turn shades of pink and burgundy in the fall just like the full size LimelightTM Hydrangea. Use the wonderfully full blooms for fresh cut or dried floral arrangements. Fits easily into smaller landscapes, mixed borders, or in foundation plantings. A Proven Winners® plant selection.
Billowy summer blooms in soft colors. Large, full panicles progress from soft green to white to pink. Strong and sturdy stems hold the blooms well; freely flowering. Upright and somewhat outwardly spreading plant habit. Grow this medium-large shrub in borders and screens, as a focal point, or for cutting the abundant blooms.
Abundant, impressively large flowers. Full panicles of pure white blooms are held upright above the foliage. Flowers transition to a light pink as fall approaches. Handsome, bold, deeply lobed foliage is green in summer then turns wine-red in fall. Hydrangea Gatsby GalTM is a selection of our native Oakleaf Hydrangea chosen for its vigorous growth habit, strong and sturdy stems, and early flowering habit.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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Summer blooms plus fall color! Tightly packed, pure white double florets create very full, conical panicles. As the bloom ages, it turns a nice shade of green that lasts through most of the summer. Hydrangea Gatsby MoonTM is a distinctive, showy take on our handsome native Oakleaf Hydrangea. Blooms have good weather-resistance. Burgundy fall foliage.

Excellent in shrub borders or edge of a woodsy area. Prefers moist, well drained soil. Plant in a protected area in the northern edge of its hardiness zones. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.

Hydrangea Gatsby Pink® has large, showy blooms that quickly transform from pure white to a glorious pink, providing months of color. Strong and sturdy stems. Handsome, dark green foliage turns burgundy-red in autumn. Blooms on old wood from mid to late summer. Benefits from a sheltered site in its northernmost range. Loosely upright and outwardly spreading plant habit. Relatively small leaves (4-1/2 to 7-1/2" long) for an Oakleaf Hydrangea. Freely flowering habit. This North American native is perfect for woodland gardens and informal plantings.
Double blooms have petals that come to a point to create a beautiful, lacy panicle with a starry effect. The blooms are noticeably different and very appealing even from a distance. Handsome foliage turns burgundy red in fall. Hydrangea Gatsby StarTM has an upright and outwardly spreading plant habit, vigorous growth, strong and sturdy stems, and large inflorescences. Oakleaf Hydrangea blooms on old wood; benefits from a sheltered site at its northernmost range. Grow this North American native in woodland and other informal gardens.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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Small statured plant creates a big impact in the garden from its abundant, long lasting, 6-1/2" long blooms that held upright above the foliage beginning in early summer. Hydrangea 'Munchkin' is a selection of our native Oakleaf Hydrangea. Flowers open white and gradually turn medium pink. Striking foliage is dark green in summer; mahogany-red in fall. Compact form and dense plant habit make it ideally suited for use in smaller landscapes.
Large, upright blooms open white and then transition to a deep pink color. In early summer, Hydrangea 'Queen of Hearts' is covered with 9-inch-long inflorescences held upright above the foliage. It flowers approximately 7 to 10 days later than the typical Oakleaf hydrangea, and the inflorescences remain attractive after those of other cultivars have faded. Rounded habit, heavy flowering. Bold, dark green foliage turns mahogany-red in fall.
Large, 9" long blooms are held upright above the bold, dark green foliage. Long lasting flowers open white in early summer, quickly turn pale pink, and then deepen to rose. Foliage turns mahogany red in fall. Hydrangea 'Ruby Slippers' is a compact growing selection of our native Oakleaf Hydrangea. Good choice for shrub borders, as an accent, or planted in mass.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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A very unusual and rare form, this plant sports leaves irregularly mottled and marked with yellow. The variegated leaves are complemented by red drupes on this female clone.
A ground-hugging dwarf evergreen with bright lemon-yellow foliage. Juniperus 'Golden Wiltonii' is a wonderful low growing addition to the garden or let it add character to a container planting. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil.

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Discovered in Chiba, Japan, this handsome shrub is distinguished by its golden yellow foliage and numerous large single buttercup-yellow spring flowers. Forming a spreading to rounded open shrub ideal for both open and shaded locations. Its brilliantly colored foliage lights any setting. Bright green stems create interesting winter ornamental appeal which can be maintained by regularly removing older branches thus encouraging the development of young vigorous branches.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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Double yellow 1-1/2 to 2" flowers like bright pom-poms along slender, arching stems. Blooms abundantly in mid to late spring. Yellow-green stems remain a fresh looking green in winter. Bright green leaves turn yellow in fall. Kerria 'Pleniflora' typically grows taller and more upright than the species. Grow in a partly shaded shrub border or an open woodland area. Versatile and tough, it tolerates heavy shade, wet soils, and, when established, drought. Deer resistant.

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Delightfully fragrant flowers. Plum colored buds open to slender trumpet-shaped blooms of soft cream to lemon yellow. A Honeysuckle with a small, shrubby, slightly vining habit. Blooms in summer, and it has a tendency to rebloom, deadhead to encourage more flowers. Can be trimmed to a small shrub, or allow a few vining branches to cascade out for a more informal look. Lonicera Honey Baby® is excellent in a garden or as a pot plant.
Super-compact, carefree Honeysuckle vine blooms non-stop from spring through late summer! Vibrant pink buds mature to creamy ivory and peach blooms that provide beautiful color and exceptional fragrance. A hummingbird favorite! Easy care once established. Mildew resistant. The perfect vine for dressing up a fence, lamp post, arbor or trellis, requiring only mild support.

 
 
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Sweetly fragrant light yellow, pink, and white flowers bloom from early to midsummer. Unique, tropical-looking blooms on a cold-hardy plant. Whorls of tubular flowers emerge white with purple to dark pink markings and turn creamy yellow as they mature. Columnar plant habit with upright stems; suitable for smaller gardens and patio containers. Drought and heat tolerant when established in the garden. Resistant to powdery mildew and black spot. Very appealing to hummingbirds and butterflies. Grow Lonicera Sweet TeaTM in mixed beds and borders, butterfly gardens, and in containers.

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Maclura 'White Shield' has branches that are distinctly upright with glossy, dark green leaves. An exceptionally fast-growing form once established. Does not bear fruit and is the most thornless of the Osage Orange cultivars, this heat and drought tolerant Midwest native is a good choice for a tough urban tree. Once established, it tolerates drought, wet sites, pollution, wind, salt spray, clay soils, and hot sites. It can also handle a wide range of pH, including highly alkaline soils. It matures at approximately 25-40' tall and wide.
Unusual color blend! Spring blooms have a creamy ivory base with prominent red-lavender flaring and streaking with some green tints. Parentage of Magnolia 'Arctic Star' is thought to be M. 'Woodsman' x M. 'Toro'. Strong and hardy. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 
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Large blossoms are a deep pink-red to purple with soft pink to cream inside, they open shortly before the foliage begins to appear. Magnolia 'Betty' was hybridized at the U.S. National Arboretum as one of the 'Little Girls' magnolia series. It has Magnolia stellata in its parentage so it blooms heavily at a young age and is hardy. Midseason blooming, slightly later than M. stellata and M. x soulangiana, which helps reduce the risk of damage to flowers if there is a late spring frost. Magnolia 'Betty' is a cross between M. liliiflora 'Nigra' and M. stellata 'Rosea'. Our Magnolia are all grown on their own roots.
Glowing magenta blooms have lightest pink interiors. A Dennis Ledvina or Phil Savage selection made available with permission of the curator of the National Arboretum in San Francisco. Magnolia 'Blazing Beauty' is thought to be of hybrid origin and labeled as M. liliflora x M. 'Diva'. Reaches to approximately 25' tall by 15' wide after 15 years. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Fragrant blooms have a burgundy exterior and a creamy yellow interior. Has an upright growth habit, the form is approximately half as wide as it is tall. Vigorous grower. Mid-spring bloom of waxy, colorful flowers. Parentage of Magnolia 'Burgundy Spire' is M.'Yellow Bird' x M. 'Apollo'. Matures to approximately 15 to 20' tall and 7-10' wide. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
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Fragrant and showy light yellow blooms. In cool weather the color will intensify, warm days bring lighter blooms. A consistently heavy bloomer each year. In northern areas it will begin flowering in mid to late April and will continue well into May. Flower buds withstand very cold temperatures very well. Parentage of Magnolia 'Canary Charm' is M. acuminata x M. White Rose.
Huge flowers with colors of red, purple and pink on the outside and palest pink to white within. Magnolia 'Charming Lady' is a cross of M. 'Lennei' and M. 'Toro'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Very fragrant pink, purple and white goblet-shaped blooms. Floriferous, with flowers comprised of 6 tepals creating a generous display in mid-spring of blooms that resemble small hot air balloons perched along the branches. Very cold hardy. Magnolia 'Cosmic Gem' is a complex hybrid cross of M. liliflora x M. acuminata x M. 'Norman Gould' x M. 'White Rose'. Will grow to be a 20' tall by 10' wide at approximately 25 years of age. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Uniquely and alluringly twisted tepals. Abundant bloomer. Hardy, attractive, and unusual. Magnolia Crazy LadyTM is an open pollinated seedling from Magnolia stellata 'Jane Platt'. We grow our Magnolia on their own roots.
A crescendo of huge, deep pink flowers forms in spring, starting from tiny flower buds that unfurl, open, then fully expand for a fabulous show. Inner sides of tepals are glistening white. Magnolia 'Crescendo' is a seedling of 'Yellow Lantern'; 'Big Dude' is believed to be the pollen parent. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Fragrant lily-like blooms are white with a touch of rose-pink at the base; they open in spring before the leaves emerge. The flowers, comprised of 9 tepals and up to 3" in size, are followed by cylindrical fruits up to 4" long that mature in fall to a bright pink-red as they split open to reveal red seeds. Magnolia cylindrica has dark green foliage that emerges with bronze tints in spring; it turns yellow in fall. Smooth gray bark. This Magnolia species is native to southeastern China; it is sometimes called Huangshan Magnolia because its original territory includes the area around Mt. Haungshan. Matures to 20-30' tall and 10-16' wide.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Palest pink blooms can have more than 40 tepals showing good, thick substance. Magnolia 'Dawn' also has fall interest with leaves changing to yellow and orange tones. Graceful appearance. Grown on own roots.
Stylish, elegant ivory blossoms with inner hints of soft pink. Very appealing classic, fragrant flowers with 24 tepals. Parent plant bloomed very well at 5-6' with about 50 flowers. Parentage of Magnolia 'Elegant Spring' is M. 'Leonard Messel' x M. 'White Rose'. Grown on own roots.
One of the most fragrant of all Magnolias! Strongly scented 6" wide, early spring flowers consist of 9-11 tepals displaying on delicate pale lavender-pink on outer surface and pinkish-white within. Forms a small, tree with young growth initially upright, eventually becoming more spreading and rounded. Magnolia 'Emma Cook' is a Dr. Frank Galyon hybrid (M. denudata x M. stellata 'Waterlily'). Grown on own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Rosy purple blooms with ivory interiors on nicely compact, upright growing plants. Magnolia 'First Love' is similar to Magnolia liliflora, but with greater hardiness. Maturing to approximately 12-15' tall and 8-10' wide with a pyramidal habit. Parentage is M. liliflora x M. 'Woodsman'.
Sweetly fragrant, pure white, large, upright blossoms in spring. Large, bold summer foliage. Magnolia 'Fragrant Angel' was selected, preserved, and propagated from the work of the renowned American plantsman, Professor Joe McDaniel. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Large flowers of soft and deeper pink shades over a cream base in spring. Magnolia 'Gorgeous' has unusual parentage of M. acuminata 'Fertile Myrtle' x M. sargentiana 'Robusta'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Large, stately flowers with a creamy yellow interior and a blush pink exterior grace this Magnolia. Nine tepals per bloom. A vigorous, hardy tree with a narrower, upright growth habit. From Dennis Ledvina. Grown on own roots.
Abundant pink and ivory starbursts! Magnolia Jazzy JaneTM blooms in early spring with a very plentiful show of unusual starfish-like blossoms of bright rose pink. The 14 to 18 tepals have an inner color of light pink to ivory. Blooms at a young age. An alluring Magnolia whose seed parent was Magnolia 'Jane Platt'. Excellent hardiness through zone 4 and the warmer half of zone 3 (3b). Grown on own roots.
Beautiful cream blooms are tinted with spring green and suffused with pink shades that deepen at the base. Light lavender streaks provide an additional accent. Among the many highly rated Magnolias we grow, Magnolia Jean LouiseTM is especially outstanding. Roy named this lovely tree in honor of his mother-in-law. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Pleasing, elegant long upright blooms of greenish cream with lavender-pink and ivory blends. Very hardy. Slightly fragrant. About 80 blooms on parent tree when it was 8' tall, each with 6-8 tepals. Parentage of Magnolia 'Lady Woodsman' is M. 'Woodsman' x M. 'Pink Surprise'. Our Magnolia are grown on their own roots.
Very fragrant, vivid lavender pink blooms with contrasting white interior. Comprised of 6 tepals, the flowers resemble a star when fully open. Consistant and generous displays of spring blooms. Emergent foliage is tinted burgundy; it matures to green in early summer. Parentage of Magnolia Magnolia 'Lavender Star' is M. liliflora 'O'Neill' x M. 'Woodsman' x M. 'Gorgeous'. Dense, compact growth habit. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Unusual and attractive blend of desert colors. The outer color of the blooms is a warm biscuit to gold accented with lavender streaking. The inner color is a pleasant light cream-yellow. Magnolia Painted DesertTM is a vigorous and healthy grower. The parent plant is growing hardiness zone 5a, where it has never experienced winter damage. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Rich, royal purple, petite, refined blossoms in spring. Magnolia 'Petite Royal Whisper' has flowers 4-5" wide with six tepals. The inner side of the tepals is a light lavender purple darkening at the base with inner purple veining. Slightly fragrant. Upright, well presented jewel-tone blossoms create a beautiful effect in spring. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Lovely and appealing blooms. Magnolia 'Pink Perfection' has lilac-pink flowers with 42-48 tepals; more pink coloration in cooler weather. A slow growing, bushy, floriferous tree. A seedling of Magnolia 'Encore' (M. x loebneri 'Encore', self-pollinated). We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Numerous, cheerful, colorful blooms of rich purple with ivory interiors. About 150 nice blossoms on the parent tree when it was 7' tall, each with 6 to 8 tepals. Slightly fragrant. Good bloom coverage from the top of the plant, down the sides, and almost to the ground. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Fragrant, glowing raspberry rose-pink goblet-shaped blooms open wide for a beautiful display. The inner tepals are white with a soft pink blush. Vibrant blossoms shine all the more in cloudy weather. Roy rates this selection very high on his list of favorites. Very hardy. Blooms have 8-9 tepals. Parentage is M. 'Toro' x M. 'Daybreak'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Beautifully fragrant and Midwest cold hardy. Large blossoms of rich rose-red with white interiors. Strong growing upright clone. Magnolia 'Red Baron' is an introduction hybridized in Wisconsin by Dennis Ledvina. Grown on own roots.
Abundant, fragrant, cup-shaped spring blossoms are fuchsia with pink overtones. Very hardy, as one of its parents is Magnolia stellata. This smaller, upright Magnolia makes a beautiful focal point in the garden.

One of the 'Little Girl' series of Magnolia, 'Ricki' blooms 2-4 weeks later than M. stellata and M. soulangiana, greatly reducing the risk of damage to flowers from late spring frosts. Flowers bloom shortly before the foliage begins to appear. It is a slow-growing small tree with a compact, shrubby habit that eventually matures to 8-12’ tall and wide. Magnolia 'Ricki' is a cross between M. liliiflora 'Nigra' and M. stellata 'Rosea'. Excellent hardiness through zone 4 and the warmer half of zone 3 (3b). We grow our Magnolia on their own roots.

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Large, vivid rose pink spring blooms have an interior of solid medium pink. Blooms are comprised of nine broad tepals for excellent presence in the garden. Long bloomer, for up to six weeks; quite floriferous; blooms later in the Magnolia season. The later bloom period helps reduce the risk of damage to flowers from spring frosts. The parentage of Magnolia 'Rose Marie' is M. 'Pink Surprise x M. 'Daybreak'. Hybridized by Wisconsin plantsman Dennis Ledvina. Grown on own roots. Matures to approximately 12-18' tall and 8-10'wide. The lovely blooms remind us of waterlilies.
Magnolia 'Royal Tapestry' has large buds which open to an unusual, beautiful tapestry blend of reddish purple and greenish purple blooms with light pink to white interiors. Slightly scented blooms have 6 tepals. Upright form. Very hardy. Blooms late in season. Parentage M.'Woodsman' x M. 'Pink Surprise'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
A stunning combination of pure white tepals surround the prominent rose pink stamens on this semi-double, fragrant Magnolia. Michiko-renge is the Japanese name for this lovely blossom form. Blooms quite a bit later than most Magnolia, in early summer, well past the danger of normal frosts. Grown on own roots.
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Enticing lemon fragrance on luminous blossoms of soft green, ivory, cream with touches of light lavender pink streaking. Healthy and hardy with strong, upright growth. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Light lavender-pink buds with deeper lavender-red stripes and veining. Fragrant blossoms cover the entire tree. Unique, attractive, and happy selection will bring you spring cheer! Grown on own roots.
Classy and gracefully elegant, ivory blossoms with soft pink undersides and inner rose flares. Parent tree bloomed well at 5-6' tall. Slightly scented with 28 tepals. Upright, well branched plants. Parentage is M. 'Leonard Messel' x M. 'White Rose'. Grown on own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Strongly fragrant flowers of deep royal purple-red with an ivory-white interior emerge before the foliage. Blooms at a young age with gracefully elongated flowers consisting of 6 tepals. Spring blooms are well distributed over the entire upright specimen. A Dennis Ledvina selection (M. 'Holland Red' x M. 'White Rose'). Grown on own roots.
Beautiful Star Magnolia whose flowers resemble Chrysanthemums. They consist of 40+ slender tepals which lighten from a rich pink to white, and emerge prior to mid-green foliage, which turns an attractive yellow-brown in fall. Heavily blooming at young age. Magnolia 'Chrysanthemiflora' forms a neat, rounded specimen, ideal for smaller landscapes. We grow our Magnolia on their own roots.
Beautiful pearl white flowers form up and down the graceful stems. Even the white buds stand out nicely all along the stems. Excellent parentage of M. denudata x M. cylindrica. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Deep yellow flowers, appearing before the leaves, are about 6-7" in diameter. Flowers late after all danger of frost. This hybrid is extremely upright growing, making it ideally suitable for small gardens and street trees. Highly recommended. Parentage is M. 'Woodsman' x M. 'Elizabeth'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Sweetly fragrant, large white flowers with a hint of pink are comprised of up to twelve broad tepals. Blooms in late spring, after foliage emerges. Bold, tropical looking, 10-12" leaves add season-long drama. Parentage of Magnolia 'Sweet Love' is M. sieboldii x M. 'Oriental Charm' (a complex big leaf Magnolia hybrid). Very cold hardy. Can grow to approximately 20-25' tall. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Sweetly fragrant, elegant blossoms are a deep, rich red-purple outside; inside they are ivory with a blush of royal purple-red at their base. Bloomed well when the plant was 5-6' tall, a 7' plant had about 60 buds including some nicely placed low on the plant. Flowers have 6 tepals. Parentage is M. 'Holland Red' x M. 'White Rose'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
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Large and fragrant beautiful blossoms of light cream pink with prominent rose-red streaking. Strong growing larger specimen tree which is very hardy. Half its parentage is M. acuminata. A Phil Savage hybrid. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
White blooms followed by interesting pink fruit. Blooms late in the Magnolia season, which helps it avoid frosts. Striking leaves are thick and can reach up to 24" in length. Cultivar of a North American native. Original tree was from a Pennsylvania seed source, raised by Philip Savage, Jr. in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and registered by J. C. McDaniel. Magnolia tripetala 'Bloomfield' can reach up to 20-30' tall and wide. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Refined and graceful large ivory-white blossoms with a hint of fresh lime green at the base of the tepals. Upright, narrower plant habit. Parentage is M. 'Woodsman' x M. 'Big Dude'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
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An exceptionally hardy Joe McDaniel hybrid producing most unusually colored, beautiful blossoms in late spring after damage from late frosts has passed. Each erect, fragrant flower reveals complementary hues of yellow, green, purple and rose. A rarely encountered specimen tree. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Breathtaking, dark purple to almost black vase-shaped blooms have contrasting creamy white interiors and a subtle fragrance. Blooms in late spring into early summer, so many damaging frosts are avoided. Magnolia'Black Beauty' forms a vigorous upright small tree for an open or lightly shaded location. Exceptional hardiness. A thrilling introduction from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden breeding program.
Lovely and hardy Magnolia hybrid from Phil Savage produces an abundance of yellow spring blossoms that perch like butterflies on its branches. These blooms appear before the leaves and are one of the thrills of spring. Magnolia 'Butterflies' matures up to 15-20' tall and 10-15' wide. Grown on own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
One of the truly outstanding hybrid Magnolias of all times; raised at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. A strong growing, globe shaped extremely hardy small tree which, in mid spring before the leaves emerge, is clothed in strongly fragrant, creamy yellow flowers, each sporting a central cluster of red stamens. M. acuminata x M. denudata. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Flowering at an early age, this extremely hardy grower displays its light yellow blossoms just as the new leaves unfurl in early to mid spring. Magnolia x 'Goldfinch' has a tall, upright, pyramidal to oval habit. Grown on own roots.
Exceptionally large, 6", fragrant pure white blossoms cover this tree in spring before the leaves emerge. A mature tree in full bloom resembles a glistening white pyramid. Magnolia 'Wada's Memory' is an introduction from the University of Washington. It forms a compact, pyramidal tree. Begins to flower at an early age. Leaves emerge a mahogany red before turning green and assume bronze tones in fall. Requires a sunny sheltered site and a moisture retentive soil. Matures to approximately 20-30' tall and 15-20' wide.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Large, fragrant white flowers blushed with pink. Vigorous cultivar known for its floriferous bloom. Fragrant, star-like white flowers, up to 3-1/2" wide, bloom in spring. Each flower has 15 or more petals that are blushed with faint pink at the base. Narrow green leaves up to 5" long. Developed at the Arnold Arboretum and named for its past director, Elmer Drew Merrill, in 1952. Magnolia 'Merrill' matures to 20-30' tall and wide. We grow our Magnolia on their own roots.
Neatly tailored, fragrant, pure white spring blooms have multiple tepals for a look reminiscent of small gardenias or roses. Magnolia 'White Rose' is an upright grower with bronze fall foliage. Grown on own roots and known to bloom as a young plant. In southern Wisconsin, blooms will appear between the first and second week of May. A seedling selection of M. 'Ballerina'. We grow our Magnolia on their own roots.
When these soft pink to white blooms open, they resemble pompom chrysanthemums. Flowers are 4-5" wide and have 52 tepals. A seedling selected by Larry Langford of Gibson, Tennessee, from a batch of seed of Magnolia kobus var. borealis sent by William Seidl of Wisconsin. Magnolia 'Wildcat' begins to flower before the leaves emerge, from early to mid spring, over a six-week period.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Sweetly fragrant blooms are rich lavender pink with a soft pink inner color. The 6-8 tepals are broad and remain upright. Semi-glossy foliage with rugose texture. Parentage is M. 'O'Neill' x M. 'Norman Gold'. Grown on own roots.
Blooms at a young age with light lavender-pink, cup shaped, slightly fragrant flowers. Magnolia 'Simple Pleasures' is a mid-season bloomer and is extremely flower bud hardy. From Wisconsin plantsman Dennis Ledvina. Rounded habit. Grown on own roots.
Gorgeous flowers highlight this easily grown hardy hybrid Magnolia from the late renowned American plantsman Professor Joe McDaniel. Extremely fragrant, large 5-6" cupped shaped, strong textured white flowers are further enhanced by a subtle interior pink base. Flowers are freely produced from mid to late spring. Magnolia 'Barrington Belle' has an upright habit that becomes more spreading with age. Grown on own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Large, 8", goblet-shaped, fragrant blooms in a beautiful shade of rich pink with white interiors. Very floriferous; blooms on young plants. Flowers open in mid-spring, approximately one week later than typical Magnolia x soulangiana. Magnolia 'Big Pink' is easily grown and tolerant of a wide range of conditions. Upright habit, matures up to 15-20' tall and 10-15' wide. Originally introduced from Japan as Magnolia 'Alexandrina'. We grow our Magnolia on their own roots.
Ideal for the small garden! Found as a witch's broom this is an unusually compact Magnolia, with proportionately smaller pink and white blooms in spring. In the first 10 years, the original 'Kiki's Broom' grew to approximately 2' tall by 5' wide, then it gradually matured into a slightly taller, more rounded shape. Grown on own roots.
Large, fragrant, tulip-shaped, creamy yellow flowers are up to 6-8" across and have light pink tints at the base. Blooms in spring as the new leaves emerge. Parentage of Magnolia 'Yellow Lantern' is M. acuminata var. subcordata x M. x soulangiana 'Alexandrina' (also known as 'Big Pink'). Pyramidal to oval habit. Matures over time to 20-25' tall and 12-18' wide. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Abundant, large, sweetly fragrant flowers. Magnolia 'Pink Parchment' is among the earliest of the Magnolia to bloom, in February in Athens, Georgia, in March when growing in its more northern range. Purple-pink buds open to white blooms. Tepals have narrow center stripes of pink that flare out and shade into deep purple-pink at the outside base of the blooms. Blooms are approximately 4" across, which is about 50% larger than the species’ average. Extremely sweet scent.

This selection was remarkably heat and drought tolerant during its evaluation period in Athens, doing well during several much dryer than typical years without supplemental water. Conical-pyramidal growth habit, forms a medium sized tree. Blooms well as a young plant.

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A profusion of single pink to rose red flowers open from orange-red buds. Round, red, 1/3" persistent fruits provide good fall color. From Father John L. Fiala, Malus 'Cardinal's Robe' is a small, rounded to spreading Crabapple tree with unique stippled cherry-like bark, especially attractive in winter. Dark red-green healthy foliage.

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Abundant deep pink buds open to pink flowers. The semidouble to double blooms are three tiers deep, and create the full and fluffy appearance of cotton candy. Malus 'Cotton Candy' is one of the most attractive Crabapples from noted Ohio plantsman Henry Ross. A small rounded tree reaching approximately 12' in height at maturity. Dark green leaves exhibit excellent disease resistance. Non-persistent, deep yellow fruit is 1/2" diameter.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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Abundant red buds open to single white blooms that develop into bright red fruits. Compact, spreading small tree whose leathery dark green foliage turns a pleasing yellow in fall. The plentiful, small, 1/4", bright red fruit persists into December for a long and colorful season.

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The graceful, weeping branches of this Flowering Crabapple are covered in spring with abundant, semi-double, soft pink blossoms. From Father John L. Fiala, Malus 'Lullaby' has attractive golden-orange fruit in fall and a pleasing garden form for year round beauty.

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Graceful spreading variety with clean green foliage. In spring, pink buds open to softer pink blooms. A good display of small, bright red fruit provides welcome fall color and provides winter food for birds.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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Graceful cascades of deep pink buds, then pristine white blooms, flow down the branches of this weeping Flowering Crabapple in spring. From Father John L. Fiala, Malus 'Red Swan' has abundant lovely red fruits in fall that are approximately 1/3" in diameter.

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Large semi-double pure white flowers from pale rose-pink buds. Showy, persistent orange-red (1/3") fruits add fall color. Upright to rounded tree from Father Fiala displays healthy dark green foliage. Named in honor of Sarah Klehm.

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Deep red buds open to pink flowers with rose-red edges. Profuse blooms. Dark burgundy 1/2" fruits that persist into winter and attract birds. Its leaves emerge deep purple with maroon veins that remain reddish as the leaves mature to dark green. Malus 'Candymint' matures to a small tree with a low spreading habit that creates an appealing horizontal form.
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Sweetly fragrant spring blossoms that are soft pink in bud and open snow-white. Abundant, small (3/8") persistent, ruby-red fruits in fall. Malus Firebird® has a compact habit.

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Lush spring blooms and abundant fruit to warm up the fall garden! Large, deep rose buds open to white blossoms with a hint of delicate soft pink. Plentiful fruit in shades of gold blushed with a colorful orange. Malus 'Serenade' has a graceful, semi-weeping and moderately spreading habit reaching 12-14' at 15 years of age. Foliage emerges mint green, and is clean and disease-free all season long.

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Deep carmine buds open to single, large, 1", rose-red flowers followed by dark red fruits in early fall. From Father John L. Fiala, Malus 'Sinai Sunset' is an upright to spreading Crabapple tree with somewhat pendulous branches. Disease free red-green foliage.
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Same superior habit and attractive deep gray-green foliage that the female Silver Sprite™ displays. This non-fruiting male Bayberry shrub has a dense, broad-oval habit. Leaves are leathery and aromatic when crushed. The semi-evergreen foliage on this selection has a purple-toned color during the winter.

Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Best in slightly acidic, moist soil. Does well on dry, sandy, infertile soils once established. Tolerant of wet soil and salt spray. Use in shrub borders, naturalized plantings, and herb gardens.

This is an excellent selection to use as a pollinator for Myrica Silver SpriteTM. Plant within 10' of each other for good fruit production, one male plant can pollinate multiple female plants.


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This female Bayberry shrub has a dense, broad-oval habit with attractive, shiny, gray-green foliage. Leaves are leathery and aromatic when crushed.

Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Best in slightly acidic, moist soil. Does well on dry, sandy, infertile soils once established. Tolerant of wet soil and salt spray. Use Myrica Silver SpriteTM in low shrub borders, naturalized plantings, and herb gardens.

If a pollinator such as Myrica 'Morton Male' is planted nearby, waxy blue-gray fruit will develop and persist into winter. Plant within 10' of each other for good fruit production, one male plant can pollinate multiple female plants. The fruits are used to make bayberry candles and are also attractive to birds.


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Large, rich green, very glossy leaves add light and sparkle to the garden. Very good compact shrub for shady situations. Grow Orixa japonica in a mixed border, at the edge of a wooded area, or as an accent plant.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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Polished, glossy leaves add highlights in a shady garden. Highly aromatic leaves emerge lime-yellow early in spring and turn green in summer then soft yellow in fall. A mounded, spreading shrub, wider than high at maturity, will take shade nicely.
Distinctly upright habit with excellent foliage. In the spring, the leaves emerge with a strong purple cast that fades into a purple haloed margin. The summer foliage is dark emerald green. Fall brings an elaborate and long lasting color display in phases. Yellow, orange, burgundy, and red. The leaves are finer and more narrow than typical for Parrotia persica. The branching habit is dense and full, forms a small to mid-sized tree. Parrotia Persian SpireTM is highly versatile as both a narrow growing tree, or as a hedge or screen.

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An elegant, spectacular form of the Persian Ironwood with a narrow, upright habit. Young purple tinged leaves become a dark green in summer before a fiery fall show of scarlets, oranges, and yellows. Clusters of small flowers with prominent red stamens are visible prior to emerging spring foliage. Maturity brings handsome, variably mottled bark in colors of gray, brown, and green. A trouble free, mid-sized tree of year-round ornamental interest.

 
 
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Yellow foliage and clusters of small white to light pink flowers in late spring to early summer. Foliage is especially bright in spring. Rounded habit. Use this colorful member of the Ninebark family in a shrub border, hedge, or as an accent. Beautiful combined with foliage and flowers in shades of purple and violet. Attracts butterflies. Selected by Roy Klehm.
Spring foliage emerges a sunny orange color and matures to shining burgundy. Clusters of white flowers cover the plant in late spring to early summer, and these mature and form attractive red seed heads. The seed heads show up beautifully against the dark foliage. With their naturally graceful, arching habit, Ninebarks are best left unpruned. Grow Physocarpus Ginger WineTM in a shrub border, as a screen, or focal point. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.

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A tidy, choice selection of Norway Spruce. Forms a miniature evergreen bun with a dense, low habit and tiny green needles. Picea abies 'Hasin' prefers an area with well-drained soil, also suitable for trugs and other containers.

 
 
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Smallest of the small! An extremely miniature Spruce with bright green new growth maturing to a deep green. Picea abies 'Jana' has very short needles and grows slightly wider than tall. One of the most dwarf in habit of all evergreens. Plant in an area with well drained soil, also suitable for trugs and other containers.

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Plump and cute little evergreen. This dwarf Norway Spruce has short needles that emerge bright emerald and mature to dark green. Picea abies 'Tompa' is a charming addition to a small garden setting or patio area. Plant in well drained soil, also suitable for troughs and other containers.
Short lemon-yellow needles highlight this choice dwarf Norway Spruce. An evergreen with bright yellow color in full sun, or a wonderful yellow-green in part shade. Picea 'Vermont Gold' is a colorful addition to rock gardens, containers, conifer collections, and smaller garden settings. Prefers well drained soil.

 
 

 
 
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A slow-growing upright evergreen with rich emerald-green color on the top side of needles; underside is silvery-blue. Picea 'Emerald Midget' has branches that ascend to form a broad, dense pyramid. Excellent choice when a classic pyramidal evergreen is desired, but in a more compact size.
Neat and petite! The smallest of needles accent this miniature bun-shaped evergreen. Tiny light-colored buds dot the blue-green foliage for added charm. Plant in an area with good drainage. Grow Picea 'Blue Planet' in a trough or other container, rock garden, or railroad garden.

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This petite Alberta Spruce gem grows extremely slowly and forms a dense globe with short, fine needles that emerge blue-green in spring. Ideal for rock gardens, troughs or miniature railroads. A witch's broom found on P. glauca 'Conica'.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Silvery blue color highlights the low, spreading form of this Colorado Spruce. Matures to create a dense blue cloak fanning out across the garden. Grow Picea 'Dietz Prostrate' as a specimen, as an anchor for a group of evergreens, or allow to cascade at the edge of a wall.

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Attractive blue-green evergreen accented with handsome, 8-12" pendulous, resinous cones. Forms a stocky, compact, drought tolerant tree. An excellent substitute for White Pines especially farther south. Here on the Illinois-Wisconsin border we find it to be slower growing, with a tighter form and less winter browning than Eastern White Pine. Matures up to 30-50' tall and 15-20' wide. Hardy to zone 4b (the warmer half of zone 4). Dense, upright evergreen. Grow Pinus 'Forest Sky' as a specimen in the landscape or in spacious areas as part of an evergreen group or screen.
A wonderful blue selection. Pinus 'Anna' is an especially distinctive Korean Pine that has long twisted (5-6") needles that are dark green above and silvery blue on the underside creating a bi-color effect up close, and an overall blue color when viewed from a distance. A very beautiful tree. Use this large growing Pine as a specimen in the landscape, or in spacious areas as part of an evergreen group or screen.
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Genuinely dwarf Mugo Pine grows into a low, dense dome that stays compact without shearing. The mounding plant has a smooth appearance that comes from many evenly spaced needles growing at a uniform rate on abundant branchlets. Slow growing with 1-2" long needles. Use Pinus 'Mops' in containers, patio settings, evergreen collections, and rock gardens.

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A tiny, quintessential alpine conifer. This extremely slow-growing selection stands out among other Mugo Pines for its unusually tiny needles that cover very short branches. Many visible buds punctuate the foliage and contribute to the dynamic presence of this dense, slightly irregular, miniature bun. Pinus mugo 'Short Needle' is a reliable, very hardy selection for rock gardens, troughs, and evergreen collections.
In spring, the carmine-red pollen cones provide a dramatic contrast to the long, twisted, blue-green needles of this rare Japanese White Pine. Pinus 'Bergman' matures to form a compact, rounded shrub to small tree with a wide, irregular, upright habit that makes a nice architectural accent.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Soft, blue-green needles on this slow-growing, compact Japanese White Pine with a broad pyramidal shape. Branches are not uniform, creating a more interesting form in a smaller plant, more like that of an older tree. From the Von Gimborn Arboretum in Holland, which has one of the largest conifer collections in Western Europe. Grow Pinus 'Gimborn's Pyramid' as a focal point, as part of an conifer collection, or near a seating area where its unique form can be appreciated at close range.
Strikingly narrow! Pinus 'Stowe Column' is a columnar Eastern White Pine with dense blue-green foliage and a very narrow, upright habit. Found by Greg Williams in Vermont, near Stowe Mountain. Excellent choice in restricted spaces. Adapts to snow loads better than the type. Makes an outstanding focal point.
Loads of long, super-fine, two-color needles produce an airy, delicate quality, while a profusion of handsome, resinous cones adds to the presence of this graceful pine. Pinus 'Wiethorst' was discovered in Germany as a Witch's broom on P. x schwerinii, a pine hybrid combining P. strobus and P. wallichiana, it gets hardiness from the Eastern White Pine and grace and extremely long needles from the Himalayan White Pine. This tree will add a superb accent to the landscape.
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Bright white, double flowers adorn this small, rounded shrub in summer. Soft looking, dark green foliage highlights the flowers. Tidy upright mound habit. This friendly little shrub is a great companion to both perennials and other shrubs. The compact size of Potentilla Creme BruleeTM makes it a perfect choice to plant near patios and along walkways.
Light yellow double flowers like small roses scattered across a small, tidy plant with soft, ferny foliage. Blooms all summer. Forms a round, compact ball with little pruning required. Bred on the cold Canadian plains at the Morden Research Centre in Canada it is tough and hardy to zone 2. Grow Potentilla Lemon MeringueTM in mixed borders and beds, in mass, or as a low growing hedge.
Vigorous, sturdy branches drape uniformly from each whorl of this compact, weeping Douglas Fir. Its long, dark-green needles, highlighted with an interesting, glaucous cast, radiate outward around the stems and create a lush, full appearance. This dependable, hardy plant, found by Albert Ziegler in York County, Pennsylvania, was named for his wife Grace. Stake in early years to develop a leader and trunk strength.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Very easy and very beautiful! Rosa Oso Easy® Italian Ice has lovely blooms of light lemon yellow shaded with a pink blush. Flowers are semi-double and self-cleaning. Continuous blooms from early to late summer. No need to spray or deadhead. This Rose has excellent disease resistance, abundant rebloom, and a good mounded habit. When they began blooming here at the nursery, we were pleased to find that they have a sweet fragrance.
A truly red landscape Rose that blooms all season long. Bright red double flowers with contrasting yellow stamens. Dark, glossy green foliage and a dense, rounded-upright habit. Developed in the UK by Chris Warner. Exceptionally disease resistant, it has been a real standout in no-spray rose trials. Prolific blooms on a low-maintenance shrub, thrives in any well-drained soil, prune back to large, plump buds in early spring. Blooms early summer through fall. Grow Rosa Oso Easy® Urban Legend® in mixed borders, as an accent, or as a low and colorful hedge. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
Wonderful shade of pink, with a touch of coral to add warmth. Flowers show up well against the glossy leaves. Green foliage has reddish new growth. Blooms blooms from early to late summer without deadheading. Up to 20 petals on each 2-1/2" bloom. Developed in the UK by Chris Warner. No spraying is needed. Disease-resistant, floriferous, vigorous grower with a freely branching habit. Sweet, moderate fragrance. Grow Rosa Oso Easy® Pink Cupcake in mixed borders, as an accent, or as a low and colorful hedge. Prefers moist, well-drained soils. Pruning is generally not needed, but may be shaped in spring. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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A cloud of soft color and fine texture. Slender blue-gray foliage. Yellow fall color. Also known as Rosemary Willow, this is a large growing shrub or small tree. Can reach 15-20' in height, tolerates vigorous pruning, if desired it may be pruned to 10' or so. Like a typical Willow, this will also tolerate wet spots.
Bright golden cutleaf foliage. Sambucus Lemony LaceTM forms a colorful, shaggy mound of gold threads with colorful reddish new growth. Extremely fine texture. White flowers in spring produce red fruit in fall. Compact habit. Benefits from hard pruning as a young plant to develop a nice full form. Older plants can be trimmed after flowering. This plant blooms on old wood, so spring pruning will reduce flower production. Tolerates full sun in the North, but prefers light shade in the South. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® shrub.
Japanese Umbrella Pine with a compact, well branched habit. Rounded in shape when young, developing slowly into a small, broad, pyramidal tree with glossy deep green foliage year-round. Sciadopitys 'Gruene Kugel' is an outstanding new selection from Germany. Very desirable evergreen for smaller scale settings, conifer collections, and as part of a mixed border.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Fern-like foliage has pink to orange tips on the new growth. Summer brings white flowers in dense panicles and the healthy foliage turns all green. More compact in habit than the species. Normally Sorbaria sorbifolia spreads by suckers, but there are no signs of invasiveness/suckering on this selection during the last five years it has been growing in a garden setting. Good drought resistance when established. Also known as Ural False Spirea. Grow Sorbaria 'Emerald Charm' in foundation plantings, shrub groupings, and mixed borders.
Showy and unique pink fruit! Symphoricarpos Proud Berry® has bell-shaped pink flowers in late summer followed by dark pink berries in fall. The color intensifies with cold weather. Rounded, blue-green leaves look handsome all season. Coralberry is a North American native and is amazingly tough, shrugging off deer, cold weather, and problem soils. Excellent to cut for fall bouquets. For the very best fruit set plant in full sun. Grow in natural areas, mixed beds and borders, and cutting gardens. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
Summer blooms, fall and winter fruit! Plump pink berries form in early autumn from small pink flowers that bloom in mid to late summer. Each arching stem of Symphoricarpos CandyTM is adorned with decorative berries that remain through winter. A rare color for fall and winter, the pink berries will add a bright accent to evergreens or a mixed border. Very pretty with a dusting of snow. Good for cutting. Deer resistant. Compact habit. Also known as Snowberry. A First Editions® selection.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Pink reblooming Lilac! This latest addition to the Bloomerang® series has the same multi-season flower show, only this time in pink. The fragrant blooms will delight gardeners in spring, then again from midsummer to fall. Nice smaller size Lilac. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.

Grow Lilacs as a specimen or as part of a shrub border. They are a classic choice for cottage gardens. Enjoy their wonderful fragrance in the garden or as a cut flower in bouquets.

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Delightful reblooming Lilac with fragrant pink flowers from spring to fall. A compact habit makes Syringa 'Colby's Wishing Star' ideal for the smaller home landscape or any spot where a smaller than typical Lilac is preferred. Good disease resistance.

Grow Lilacs as a specimen or as part of a shrub border. They are a classic choice for cottage gardens. Enjoy their wonderful fragrance in the garden or as a cut flower in bouquets.

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This very rare, excellent, medium to small tree was selected for its pendulous growth habit. Syringa pekinensis 'Pendula' has creamy white blooms in large, cascading trusses in early summer. The leaves turn yellow-green to russet in autumn. Raised by F. L. Temple, whose original plant originated from the seed lot received by the Arnold Arboretum in 1882. Interesting as a focal point, as part of a Lilac collection, or in an heirloom garden.

 
 

 
 
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First comes colorful foliage, then trusses of blooms! This Japanese Tree Lilac has yellow new foliage; it turns green as the season progresses. Creamy-white, lightly fragrant flowers open in mid to late June. Smooth, cherry-like bark. Syringa 'China Gold' matures to an 18-25' tree with an upright, rounded to oval habit. Good street tree or lawn specimen. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Will grow in partial sun, but best blooms occur in full sun.

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Golden leaves in the spring that create a glowing backdrop for its light violet-purple blooms. The leaves green up in summer. Spicy fragrance. Syringa 'Kum-Bum' blooms later than typical Lilacs, Father Fiala grouped this Syringa tomentella seedling with the Villosae (late) group of Lilacs. Named after a monastery in China. Grow as a specimen plant or as part of a mixed tapestry-type hedge.
Distinctive light pink, semi-double, well-scented flowers in trusses filled with star-shaped florets. Named for a nurseryman from Horicon, Wisconsin. In Father Fiala's Lilac book it is described as an outstanding beauty, excellent. Plant Syringa 'Edward J. Gardner' as part of a shrub border or screen, or near a patio to enjoy the fragrance.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Large, highly fragrant fully double creamy white flowers develop from yellow buds in large panicles. One of Father John L. Fiala's most spectacular creations! An upright growing Lilac with extremely healthy foliage. Superb for cutting. Use Syringa 'Fiala's Remembrance' as part of a shrub border or near a patio to enjoy its fragrance.

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Fragrant, deep reddish-purple single flowers that bloom in showy panicles, each to 9" long. This spring blooming classic was introduced by Lemoine in 1913. Grow Lilacs as a specimen or as part of a shrub border. They are a classic choice for cottage gardens. Enjoy their wonderful fragrance in the garden or as a cut flower in bouquets.

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Large panicles of very fragrant, double, lilac-blue flowers from rose-purple buds in late spring. Stunning blossoms have very large florets. Syringa 'Nadezhda' is a profuse bloomer, in flower for a good length of time. Its Russian name translates to "Hope". Grow Lilacs as a specimen or as part of a shrub border. They are a classic choice for cottage gardens. Enjoy their wonderful fragrance in the garden or as a cut flower in bouquets.

 
 

 
 
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Huge panicles are packed with sweetly fragrant, fully double, starry lilac-blue florets in late spring. A vigorous, upright grower with healthy mid-green foliage. Syringa 'President Grevy' is one of the finest double blue lilacs in existence! Grow Lilacs as a specimen or as part of a shrub border. They are a classic choice for cottage gardens. Enjoy their wonderful fragrance in the garden or as a cut flower in bouquets.

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This beautiful Lilac produces exceptionally long 15" panicles of tightly packed, extremely fragrant dark reddish-purple single flowers. Attractive upright habit with healthy foliage. Syringa 'Declaration' was developed at the U.S. National Arboretum. Grow Lilacs as a specimen plaknt or as part of a shrub border. They are a classic choice for cottage gardens. Enjoy the wonderful fragrance of Lilacs in the garden or as a cut flower in bouquets.
Get a head start on Lilac time! Enjoy lovely light pink blooms approximately 10 days before the typical Syringa vulgaris varieties begin. Fragrant blooms open from maroon buds. Syringa 'Sweetheart' is a hybrid with hyacinthiflora heritage for early blooms and better heat and humidity tolerance. Grow Lilacs as a specimen or as part of a shrub border. They are a classic choice for cottage gardens. Enjoy their wonderful fragrance in the garden or as a cut flower in bouquets.

 
 

 
 

 
 

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Huge, arching clusters of fragrant pink flowers in late spring to early summer. Blooms about two weeks later than Syringa vulgaris varieties. Extends the Lilac season. Spicy scent. Grow Lilacs as a specimen or as part of a shrub border. They are a classic choice for cottage gardens. Enjoy their wonderful fragrance in the garden or as a cut flower in bouquets.

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Reblooming compact Lilac. This choice and unusual small leaved, semi-dwarf lilac is distinguished by its propensity for reblooming. Fragrant lavender-pink flowers. Syringa 'Josee' blooms heavily in spring, and then intermittently throughout summer and fall. Grow Lilacs as a specimen or as part of a shrub border. They are a classic choice for cottage gardens. Enjoy their wonderful fragrance in the garden or as a cut flower in bouquets.
A petite exclamation point for the garden! This dwarf Yew has a narrow pillar-like form and glossy, deep green needles. New growth is bright lime green. Taxus 'Minute Westons' is perfect for a rock garden, miniature railroad setting, or conifer collection. Suitable for containers. Prefers sun to partial shade in well-drained soil.

 
 

 
 
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Great color, interesting form. A dwarf evergreen with an irregular upright habit. New growth is butter-yellow. Taxus 'Rezek's Gold' prefers morning sun and afternoon shade in an area with well-drained soil. Grow near a patio to enjoy the color and form at close range or in a rock garden to brighten the setting.
Bright gold color in a desirable compact size. This colorful Arborvitae is perfect for flanking formal entryways, either in the ground or in large containers, or in the garden as an upright focal point. Thuja 'Filip's Magic Moment' is a sport of Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd', slower growing than its parent. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
Slender and beautiful. Thuja North Pole® is an elegant, narrow columnar selection of Arborvitae with dark green winter foliage, good resistance to winter burn, and a fast growth rate. Strongly pyramidal tree with a narrow habit. Use this vertical accent to add height to a setting or plant a row as a screen where space is at a premium. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
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Dwarf, rounded evergreen with rich yellow-green foliage that darkens in winter. A Western Arborvitae from the famous Trompenburg Arboretum in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Use Thuja 'Trompenburg' in rock gardens, small garden settings, and as a specimen in dwarf evergreen collections. Prefers well-drained soil.
Standout texture on this dwarf evergreen! Pretty foliage is thread-like and golden; wonderful in winter when it turns to bronze-orange. Broad upright form. Grow Thuja 'Franky Boy' as a focal point, as part of an conifer collection or border, or near a seating area where this appealing evergreen can be enjoyed at close range.

$20.95, 3 for $58.00
PARTIAL SHADE JUNIOR
Dark green foliage is highlighted by white tips of new growth. This miniature evergreen has a flattened, rounded form when young, eventually growing more tall than wide. Prefers morning sun and afternoon shade. Stunning small specimen for rock garden or trough planting.

 
 
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$39.95, 3 for $108.00
PARTIAL SHADEFULL SUN
A slow growing, dwarf conical specimen of the Canadian Hemlock exhibiting a distinct erect and extremely stiff appearance. Tsuga 'Jervis' has dark green pointed leaves that are packed densely along the short, twiggy branches. Irregular growth with prominent terminal buds. This dwarf tree is ideal for a bonsai specimen. Forms a small broad pyramid.
Interesting cascading form on a small tree. Weeping Chinese Elm has small to medium sized, glossy green leaves that remain on the branches very late into the year. Abundant round, papery seed capsules add additional interest and are not fertile. Stake to develop height. Good resistance to Dutch elm disease. The scion tree has been growing and thriving in Wisconsin in a zone 5 area for 30 years and is about 16' tall and 10' wide. This tree should not be confused with the much inferior Siberian elm, Ulmus pumila, which is often referred to as Chinese elm. Semi-evergreen depending on zone. Bark is mottled and develops textured bumpy areas.

$24.95, 3 for $69.00
PARTIAL SHADEFULL SUN
Wonderfully fragrant white flowers which open from pink-red buds. Dense, compact, selection produces abundant blooms in spring. Viburnum 'Compactum' has extremely healthy dark green foliage that has beautiful fall color in shades of golden orange to wine red.

 
 
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Outstanding flowers with a spicy-sweet fragrance. Clusters of white flowers open in spring from reddish-pink buds. Viburnum Spice IslandTM is a selection of the Koreanspice Viburnum with a low, uniform, compact globe habit and dark green satiny leaves which turn wine red in fall. Wonderful choice for a specimen plant near entryways, patios, or windows where the Daphne-like fragrance can be enjoyed. Selected by Mike Yanny in Wisconsin.
Beautiful selection of the Koreanspice Viburnum with dark rose-pink buds that open to fragrant, soft pink flowers in spring. The leaves turn lovely shades of red in fall. Compact growth with good foliage density on this excellent shrub from Mike Yanny in Wisconsin. Plant Viburnum Spiced BouquetTM near the patio where the luxurious flower scent can be fully enjoyed.
Abundant flowers! This Koreanspice Viburnum is noted for its exceptionally heavy flower production. In spring, spicy fragrant flowers develop from pink buds. Forms a dense, rounded deciduous shrub. Healthy dark green leaves turn an attractive wine red color in fall. Outstanding specimen with a plethora of superbly fragrant blossoms. Selected by Mike Yanny in Wisconsin.

 
 

 
 

 
 
An exceptional new dwarf Viburnum that is covered in creamy white, lightly fragrant flowers in late spring to early summer. Very adaptable and easy to grow. Mounded habit. Good container and garden performance. Grow Viburnum Lil' Ditty® in a mixed bed or border, along a walkway, or as a low hedge.

This selection is a the result of a cross between two Viburnum nudum L. var. cassinoides, a North American native. Generally does not develop fruit, but can if a Viburnum cassinoides is growing nearby to pollinate it. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
Czechmark Sunny Side UpTM is distinctive for its white flowers, each with a cheery yellow spot in the center. Lush apple-green leaves add to the fresh look of the blooms. Czechmark® Weigela is a new series selected especially for their pure, true colors and bountiful blooms. Glossy green foliage looks handsome all season. Very nice medium-small size. Attracts hummingbirds. Resists deer. Developed in the Czech Republic. Grow in mixed beds and borders, as a focal point, or as a lower growing hedge. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.
Flower power times three! Blooms of white, pink, and red, all at the same time, for a sparkling effect in the garden. Blooms from late spring to early summer. Czechmark® Weigela is a new series selected especially for their pure, true colors and bountiful blooms. Glossy green foliage looks handsome all season. Very nice smaller size. Attracts hummingbirds. Resists deer. Developed in the Czech Republic. Grow Czechmark TrilogyTM in mixed beds and borders, as a focal point, or as a lower growing hedge. A Proven Winners/Color Choice® selection.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Outstanding selection of our native Wisteria with compact, 6" flower trusses that are tightly packed with deep lavender-blue flowers. Blooms in early summer, then reblooms throughout summer. This vine climbs by twining and is a strong grower but less aggressive than its Asiatic counterparts. Blooms at a young age. Wisteria 'Amethyst Falls' is ideal for covering walls, fences and pergolas. Attracts butterflies, light sweet scent.

$24.95, 3 for $69.00
FULL SUN
Outstanding, vigorous, extremely free flowering, and sweetly fragrant. Wisteria 'Blue Moon' is a selection of a North American native Wisteria that was selected in Minnesota for cold hardiness to -40°F. Freely produces magnificently long (12") racemes of packed with lilac-blue flowers in early summer with repeat blooming throughout the summer. This substantial woody vine requires considerable support. Prune tips after flowering.

$24.95, 3 for $69.00
FULL SUN
A handsome architectural plant of year round interest. Whorled, ascending sword-like evergreen leaves display a prominent creamy-yellow center enclosed by a glaucous-green margin. Each leaf is different and will often display three or more colors. After several years, a 3-6' spire of fragrant creamy-yellow bell-shaped flowers arise above the foliage in summer. Drought resistant. Ideal for containers or as a specimen plant.

 
 

 
 

 
 

$36.00, 3 for $96.00
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Shade tree with an attractive vase-shaped habit. Zelkova 'Paul's Select' has smooth gray bark in youth that exfoliates with age to reveal orange-brown inner bark. Appealing green serrated foliage. Selected for nice gold to red color in fall. Tolerates urban conditions and when established, moderate drought. Matures to approximately 50-80' tall and 50-75' wide. Has proved hardy in Roy's zone 5 garden for the last 10 years.

 
 

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Shrubs, trees, and conifers form the backbone of a landscape, creating the feeling of permanence and advancing maturity. Their flowers, leaves, berries, and bark herald the changing seasons.

  • See individual listings of the woody plants we offer for sale for the suggested sun, shade, soil requirements, and the recommended USDA Hardiness Zones.

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    Ginkgo (Maidenhair Tree)

    A picturesque deciduous tree, closely related to the conifers, with an ancient history that can be traced back in the fossil record. Ginkgos are easily grown and tolerant of a wide range of conditions, including air pollution. Ginkgos are instantly recognizable by their thick, leathery unique fan-shaped leaves that turn a beautiful yellow in fall. Our selections are desirable male forms with an amazing number of distinct selections that display variable sizes, form, and growth habit with various shaped and colored leaves. Many of the smaller selections are ideal for small home landscapes. Ginkgos are immune from insect and disease predation.

    >Ginkgo Varieties

    Hydrangea (Hydrangea)

    Few groups of shrubs create such a floral impact in the landscape from mid to late summer, as do Hydrangeas. They are reliable, easily grown, and tolerant of sun or light shade and can be grown as individual specimens or massed in formal or informal groups. The large bold flowerheads can also be enjoyed indoors in cut arrangements. Bold attractive foliage frequently enhances the floral display and extends seasonal ornamental interest. Two North American native species, the Oakleaf Hydrangea (H. quercifolia) and the Smooth Hydrangea (H. arborescens) are represented by several outstanding selections with the strikingly shaped foliage of the Oakleaf Hydrangea assuming beautiful fall colorations.

    >Hydrangea Varieties

    Magnolia (Magnolia)

    Spectacular, breathtaking spring blooms qualify Magnolias as aristocrats of the landscape. We offer the finest new introductions, including many from North American hybridizers, plus a choice selection of time proven classics. In addition to their beautiful flower forms and colors, many varieties are also fragrant. Our Magnolia are grown on their own roots. Plant a Magnolia and watch the gorgeous floral display unfold each spring!

    >Magnolia Varieties

    Malus (Flowering Crabapple)

    Flowering Crabapples have beautiful spring blooms and small, colorful fall fruit. These ornamental trees in the apple family (Malus) are highly valued for their two outstanding seasons of interest. In full bloom, few trees can surpass the beauty of a Flowering Crabapple. Their fruits attract a range of birds and wildlife into the landscapes. Many have compact habits that are ideal for smaller gardens. Our Flowering Crabapples are hardy, disease resistant, and easy to grow.

    >Malus Varieties

    Syringa (Lilac)

    Lilacs are among the most beloved of all flowering shrubs for their wonderfully fragrant spring blooms. Our selection includes both choice classics and the outstanding recent advances in Lilac breeding. Lilacs create sumptuous bouquets and are wonderfully nostalgic, evoking lovely memories of time spent in a garden.

    >Syringa Varieties

    Dennis Ledvina

    We offer a superb selection of hybrids from the late Dennis Ledvina. Well known internationally for his work with Magnolias, he specialized in introducing cold-hardy cultivars from his extensive hybridizing work in Green Bay, Wisconsin. We are fortunate to have grown and introduced many of his selections. His Magnolias are sure to be enjoyed each spring, now and in the future!

    >Dennis Ledvina Varieties

    Father John L. Fiala

    For over 40 years Father John L. Fiala (1924-1990) worked as a scholar and plant breeder to enrich the horticultural world. His two great interests were Lilacs and Flowering Crabapples. Working in Ohio, Father Fiala developed Lilac hybrids that set new standards with their improved disease resistant foliage, superb floral features, and outstanding form. His Flowering Crabapple introductions are among the finest choices for the garden, with outstanding flowers and fruit, excellent disease resistance, and pleasing growth habits.

    All of Father Fiala's remarkable horticultural achievements were accomplished in addition to his professional life as a Parish Priest, High School Principal, and College Professor. In his later years, he wrote two internationally acclaimed books: Lilacs-The Genus Syringa and Flowering Crabapples-The Genus Malus.

    >Father John L. Fiala Varieties

    Deer Resistant

    Deer generally avoid scented, fuzzy, and tough to chew plants, but there are also many other plants that they pass by. Although deer can be unpredictable, we have compiled this list of plants that they usually ignore. For a region specific list, check with your local university extension service, they often provide information about deer resistant plants.

    >Deer Resistant Varieties

    New Listings-Winter

    Plants recently added to our offerings. We add plants through the year, some are brand new, some are returning favorites.

    >New Listing--Winter Varieties

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