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Note: Other varieties or sizes may be available, please call. Prices listed are for no. 1 quality material. Premium and no. 2 grades are available in some varieties and sizes; and will carry a different price. Ask about quantity discounts.Azalea, Mandarin Lights (Rhododendron)
Blooms in early spring with bright mandarin orange blossoms before it leafs out in the spring.
Azalea, Orchid Lights (Rhododendron)
This dwarf, compact Azalea, is the earliest flowering in the Lights series. Soft lilac colored blooms are about 1"-1 1/4" across and flower buds are hardy to -45 degrees F. Plant is sterile so no seed pods are formed.
Azalea, Rosy Lights (Rhododendron)
A spectacular display of fragrant, dark rosy pink, flowers are produced in late May to early June. Flower buds are hardy to -45 degrees F.
Barberry, Emerald Carousel
Glossy green leaves turn to brilliant reds and oranges, which persist well into late fall. Beautiful.
Barberry, Golden Carousel
Bright golden yellow leaves through summer turn a hint of red and orange in the late fall. Upright habit lends well to many applications in the landscape
Lime green version of Rosy Glow Barberry. Attractive all season long. Excellent fall color
Barberry, Rosy Glow (Berberis thunbergii)
Attractive variegated foliage with yellow flowers and red fruit. The new growth is a pale creamy maroon flecked with deep maroon and as it matures it turns a deep maroon throughout. Place in full sun for best color.
Burning Bush, Winged (/Euonymus alatus)
Known for its winged, corky bark and excellent long lasting brilliant crimson fall color. Has small yellow flowers in May-June. Likes full sun or shade. Good plant for borders and screens.
Cherry, Nanking (Prunus tomentosa)
Very hardy variety with attractive soft green foliage and showy white flowers with a pink blush. Blooms are produced in early spring before the leaves appear and are followed by tasty red fruits 1/3" that ripen June-July. Wildlife also love the fruit.
Cranberry, Dwarf Highbush (Viburnum trilobum 'Bailey Compact')
Dwarf form of the American Highbush Cranberry. Hardy shrub with beautiful foliage that offers a slight red edge when new, then turns a deep red in fall.
Cranberry, Highbush (Viburnum trilobum)
Handsome, hardy shrub with lobed leaves and white flowers in late May. It has deep red foliage in fall and scarlet berries that last well into winter and attract birds. Native to Wisconsin and does well in sun or partial shade.
Currant, Alpine (Ribes alpinum)
An excellent dense, glossy leafed, dwarf shrub suitable for hedges in open or shady areas. Very responsive to shearing. One of the first bushes to leaf out in the spring and the last to lose its leaves in the fall. Suggested 2'-2 1/2' spacing.
Dogwood, Alleman's Compact (Cornus sericea)
Compact plant noted for tight branching, dark red stems and improved disease resistance.
Dogwood, Cardinal Red Osier (Cornus sericea 'Cardinal')
Noted for its bright red winter twig color, which is a yellowish green in the summer. Leaves are dark green turning to reddish-purple in the fall.
Dogwood, Ivory Halo® (Cornus alba 'Bailhalo')
A compact Variegated Dogwood that provides beautiful variegated foliage in summer and attractive red twigs in winter. Great for smaller areas.
Dogwood, Pagoda (Cornus alternifolia)
Pale yellow flowers in May turn into blue-black fruits that attract the birds. Branches grow in irregular tiers forming a somewhat horizontal plant with the leaves turning red in the fall. Requires sun or light shade.
Dogwood, Red Twigged (Cornus baileyi)
Excellent red stem Dogwood, that provides beautiful color in winter. It has porcelain-blue fruit that attracts the birds and the leaves turn reddish-purple in fall. It is very adaptable and shade tolerant.
Dogwood, Variegated (Cornus alba 'Argento-marginata')
A quite vigorous grower with cream and green variegated foliage on bright red branches. Stems provide an attractive color in winter. Sun or light shade.
Forsythia, Northern Gold
Golden yellow flowers with outstanding bud hardiness. They flower every spring. The plants are upright with gray-yellow branches. Plant in full sun for maximum flower set.
Hydrangea, Annabelle (Hydrangea arborescens )
Large, round, white flowers blooming throughout the summer. A low, erect growing shrub with rich green foliage that prefers full or partial shade. Sold in clump form.
Hydrangea, Limelight (Hydrangea Paniculata 'Limelight')
Very hardy, heavy blooming, lime-green flowers are held upright on strong stems. An incredible combination of green, pink and burgandy blooms in autumn.
Hydrangea, Little Lamb (Hydrangea Paniculata 'Little Lamb')
A special Hydrangea with showy, tightly packed flowers. A very nice compact plant.
Hydrangea, PeeGee (Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora')
Blooms in July and August with very showy, large conical double white flowers which change to pink-bronzed toward autumn. Flowers are useful for dried arrangements. Requires sun or partial shade.
Hydrangea, Pink Diamond (Hydrangea Paniculata 'Pink Diamond')
Large conical lacy blooms, white florets transform to a rich pink. Flowers are held distinctly upright.
Hydrangea, Pinky Winky
Very large flowers held up by sturdy stems. Excellent plant for the landscape.
Hydrangea, Quick Fire
Early blooming hydrangea. Flowers start out white and turn deep pink. Great landscape plant.
Hydrangea, Unique (Hydrangea Paniculata 'Unique')
Large cone shaped white flowers in late summer. Flowers will fade to shades of pink.
Hydrangea, Vanilla Strawberry
Very large flowers that start out a creamy white in mid-summer and change to pink and finally strawberry red. Flower are held on red stems.
Lilac, Donald Wyman (Syringa x prestoniae)
Blooms early to mid-June on large pyramidal spikes with purple buds opening to single, reddish purple flowers. Blooms two weeks later than common lilac and is an excellent specimen or hedge plant.
Lilac, Dwarf Korean (Syringa meyeri 'Palibin')
Hardy, compact, low spreading lilac with reddish-purple buds opening to single, pale lilac, fragrant flowers which almost cover the entire plant.
Lilac, James MacFarlane (Syringa x prestoniae)
Vigorous, non-suckering lilac with single, true pink flowers blooming in June. This plant is extremely hardy and adaptable.
Lilac, Japanese Tree (Syringa reticulata)
Handsome foliage with creamy white flowers blooming in large panicles in June and July. Useful as a small specimen tree or large shrub. Requires full sun.
Lilac, Minuet (Syringa)
This lilac has a growth rate that is about half as fast as most of the late blooming lilacs. Flower buds are a light purple opening to a single, soft whitish pink in June. The leaves are large and dark green and this plant does not sucker to any extent.
Lilac, Miss Kim (Syringa patula)
Hardy dwarf lilac from Korea with a compact growth habit. Dark glossy green foliage turns burgundy red in fall and purple buds open to single, fragrant, pale lilac flowers when other lilacs have finished. Prefers full sun.
Lilac, Royalty (Syringa)
Extremely hardy, Canadian hybrid that has upright growth with heavy oblong leaves. Blooms early with single purple to violet flowers that have a pronounced fragrance.
Lilac, Sensation (Syringa vulgaris)
Has blue green leaves and single purple flowers that have a distinctive pure white border. An outstanding and unique lilac.
Maple, Amur (Acer ginnala)
A graceful shrub with an oval, irregular head and spreading, slender branches. It has small, fragrant yellow flowers and the leaves turn a beautiful orange to scarlet in the fall. This plant is extremely hardy and requires sun or part shade.
Ninebark, Diabolo® (Physocarpus opulifolius 'Monlo')
Blooms in spring with creamy-white flowers that contrast nicely against beautiful reddish-purple foliage on long arching canes. This plant can be trimmed at anytime to keep its shape and for best foliage color, it should be planted in full sun.
Ninebark, Dwarf (Physocarpus opulifolius 'Nanus')
Dense, bushy form with small green leaves and beautiful white flowers in May and June that are followed by numerous red seed pods. Does well in shaded areas and is excellent for hedges. Suggested 2 1/2' for hedge spacing.
Ninebark, Dwarf Golden (Physocarpus opulifolius)
A more refined compact growing form of Golden Ninebark with excellent yellow foliage, white flowers and red fruit. A hardy, attractive plant for color contrast in foundation or border plantings.
Ninebark, Summer Wine (Physocorpus Opulifolius 'Seward')
A compact shrub with fine deeply cut dark crimson red leaves. Pinkish white button-like flowers in mid-summer. Very hardy, very showy.
Potentilla, Abbotswood (Potentilla fruticosa)
Large pure white flowers bloom from early spring to late fall. The plant grows to a medium height with a dense spreading habit and the leaves are blue-green with medium texture. It's a good plant for foundation plantings or low hedges.
Potentilla, Dakota Sunspot
A compact spreading plant with vivid yellow flowers. Fine bright green foliage. One of the best yellow flowering potentillas.
Potentilla, Gold Star (Potentilla fruticosa)
Profuse bloomer with large, up to 2" across, deep yellow flowers on gray-green foliage. This plant is deer resistant.
Potentilla, Goldfinger (Potentilla fruticosa)
Very showy golden flowers, up to 1 1/2" in diameter, blooms all summer. Compact habit, dark green leaves and showy display make this an outstanding Potentilla.
Potentilla, McKay White (Potentilla fruticosa)
A very hardy plant that is one of the longest flowering of the white Potentillas. It blooms all summer with large creamy white flowers.
Potentilla, Pink Beauty
A beautiful pink flowered potentilla. It has dark green leaves and grows globe shaped. Extremely hardy and deer resistent.
Potentilla, Snowbird (Potentilla fruticosa)
Very hardy plant that grows compact and upright, and has attractive glossy green foliage. Approximately 80% of the white flowers are double with two rows of petals. This double flowering may not be expressed when first planted.
Rhododendron, P.J.M. (Rhododendron)
Bushy evergreen plant with small, glossy, dark green foliage turning to a rich mahogany during winter months. Masses of lavender flowers in early May. Does best in a protected, partial shade location with an acid, moist, well-drained soil.
Rose Tree of China (Prunus triloba)
Very hardy, large, vigorous shrub with 1" double pink flowers that bloom in April and May. Prefers sun and rich well-drained soils.
Spirea Ash Leaf "Sem"
Beautiful pinkish-red, fern-like foliage with deep pink stems. In July and August the shrub is covered with creamy white flowers. Makes and excellent low hedge.
Spirea, Ash Leaf
Large plumes of creamy white flowers in June. Pretty fern-like foliage. Great plant for naturalizing and erosion control.
Compact, dense rounded shrub with creamy white flowers in early spring. Nice maroon purple fall color.
Spirea, Bridalwreath (Spiraea x vanhouttei)
Arching, pure white blooms in May that are profuse on a vase shaped shrub. This plant has a graceful habit of growth and does well in full sun to partial shade.
Spirea, Fairy Queen (Spiraea trilobata)
Covered with masses of white, flat topped flowers in May and June. A profuse blooming shrub good for foundation planting or limited space. Likes full sun.
Spirea, Flowering Choice
A small compact spirea. Purple-pink flowers that persist for up to 15 weeks. Green foliage turns purple-red in the fall.
Spirea, Goldflame (Spiraea x bumalda)
A compact plant with brilliant red new growth changing to golden yellow in spring, then green in summer and copper orange in fall. The plant is covered in summer with crimson flowers.
Spirea, Goldmound (Spiraea)
Bushy plant with creamy yellow leaves all season and pink flowers in June-July. Outstanding small colorful foliage plant for accent or contrast in the foundation planting or shrub border. Likes full sun.
A dense shrub with a cascade of white flowers in early May. A very hardy spirea.
A pink flowereinig spirea with green foliage that has purple tips in the spring. A compact growing spirea.
Spirea, Little Princess
A beautiful small spirea with a low-mounded growing habit. Foliage is mint green that turns deep red in the fall. The plant is covered with bright pink flowers in the summer.
Spirea, Neon Flash
Vigoroous growing shrub covered with bright cherry red flowers throughout growing season. New growth has a tinge of purple before turning green.
An attractive spirea with green leaves and pink flowers. The leaves in the fall turn to a raspberry purple.
An improved version of Bridlewreath Spirea. More disease resistent and grows slightly smaller. Beautiful showy white flowers in early spring.
Stephanandra, Cutleaf (Stephanandra incisa 'Crispa')
A dense, graceful shrub with slender, arching branches that have fine textured foliage. Can be used as a bank cover or ground cover and does well in sun or light shade.
Sumac, Cutleaf Smooth (Rhus glabra 'Laciniata')
Smooth branches with finely divided leaves that turn a beautiful bright red in autumn. This plant has green fruit that turns scarlet in fall and it does well on poor, dry soil.
Viburnum, Arrowwood (Viburnum dentatum)
A large, upright shrub, dense and compact. White, flat topped flowers in June, followed by blue-black berries craved by birds. It has red-purple foliage in the fall and is an excellent shrub for wet soils, hedges, or mass planting. Sun to partial shade.
Viburnum, Autumn Jazz
A very hardy viburnum with white flowers in the spring followed by blue-black berries. The fall color ranges from yellow-orange-red.
Viburnum, Blue Muffin
A compact versioin of Autumn Jazz. Glossy leaves and intense blue fruit. A very nice shrub for the birds.
Viburnum, Emerald Triumph (Viburnum)
Compact, rounded habit with thick leather-like leaves and creamy white flowers in spring. Fruit clusters turn from dark red to black and attract the birds.
Viburnum, Mohican (Viburnum lantana)
Compact growth with thick leather-like leaves that turn purple-bronze in the fall. Creamy white, flat topped flowers in spring are followed by orange-red fruit in July that turn black and attract the birds. Makes a nice hedge.
Viburnum, Nannyberry (Viburnum lentago)
Very hardy with upright growth and shiny foliage that turns purplish-red in fall. White, flat topped flowers in May turn to blue-black berrys that attract the birds. Native to Wisconsin, this plant does well in shade or sun and moist or dry soils.
A fast growing shrub that has white flowers in the spring that produce cardinal red fruit. Good bird food.
Weigela, Red Prince (Weigela florida)
Bright red flowers in early summer hold their color as they age rather than taking on a purplish tint. Blooms continue sporadically on current years growth for the rest of the season.
Weigela, Wine & RosesTM (Weigela florida 'Alexandra')
Incredibly dark burgundy-purple foliage which really sets off the rosy-pink colored flowers. This is a very attractive plant for the landscape.
A lovely small shrub with pink stems and green,pink and white leaves. Stems are graceful and spreading. Very fast grower.
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