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Name Description Size Price
Abelia grandiflora (Glossy Abelia) Glossy green foliage with soft pink flowers from July until frost 3 gal $ 19.50
Abelia grandiflora (Edward Goucher) Glossy bright green foliage with dainty lilac-pink flowers all summer 3 gal $ 19.50
Abelia grandiflora (Ruby Anniversary) Green foliage that emerges with a red tint. White, fragrant, and trumpet shaped flowers 3 gal $ 19.50
Abelia grandiflora (Little Richard) Semi-evergreen dwarf version of Abelia xgrandiflora. White fragrant flowers 3 gal $ 19.50
Aronia arbitufolia ‘brilliantissma’ (Chokeberry) Deciduous red Chokeberry with waxy green leaves that turn red in fall. White flowers and red berries. 3 gal $ 19.50
Azalea (Bloom-A-Thon) Proven Winners. Pink Double – Reblooming Azalea
Azalea (Delaware Valley White) Medium-sized hardy plant, with large snow-white single blooms against light-green foliage 3 gal $ 18.50
Azalea (Gumpo Azalea) Compact growing dwarf Satsuki azaleas. Blooms in June, growing either white or pink. 3 gal $ 18.50
Azalea (Herbert) Medium spreading habit with warm rich red double-blooming flowers 3 gal $ 18.50
Azalea (Hino-Crimson) Low-growing dense habit with glossy deep-green foliage and dark crimson-red single blooms 3 gal $ 18.50
Azalea (Tradition) Tight growing habit with brilliant double pink flowers 3 gal $ 18.50
Azalea (Variegated) Green leaves with crisp white edges and large red blooms 3 gal $ 18.50
Azalea exbury (Gibralter Azalea) Orange to red flowers 3 gal $ 19.50
Azalea exbury (Klondyke Azalea) Azalea (Exbury hybrid) that features fragrant, trumpet-shaped, golden yellow flowers tinged with red. 3 gal $ 23.00
Berberis thunbergii ‘Atropurpurea Nana’ (Crimson Pygmy Barberry) Compact branches, tightly mounded, covered with deep crimson foliage 3 gal $ 19.50
Berberis thunbergii ‘Aurea’ (Golden Barberry) Bright yellow foliage with an erect, compact branching habit 3 gal $ 19.50
Berberis thunbergii ‘Rosy Glow’ (Rosy Glow Barberry) Medium growing shrub with striking pink new growth, turning rose red at maturity 3 gal $ 19.50
Berberis thunbergii ‘Royal Burgandy’ (Royal Burgandy Barberry) Burgundy velvety foliage, ‘Royal Burgundy’ holds its color all throughout the spring, summer and into fall 3 gal $ 19.50
Berberis thunbergii ‘Concorde’ (Concorde Barberry) Purpleleaf Japanese barberry ‘Concorde’ is a mounded shrub forming an almost perfect maroon- purple ball. 3 gal $ 19.50
Buddleia davidii ‘Lo and Behold’ (Lo and Behold Butterfly Bush) Blue Chip stays under 3 feet without any pruning in most climates, but may reach up to 6 feet in warmer areas. 3 gal $ 21.00
Buddleia davidii ‘Purple Haze’ (Purple Haze Butterfly Bush) Dwarf shrub has a horizontal, low spreading habit with deep green leaves and spikes of dark purple-blue flowers 3 gal $ 21.00
Buddleia davidii ‘Miss Ruby’ (Miss Ruby Butterfly Bush) Miss Ruby butterfly bushes bear pink flowers from early summer to well into fall 3 gal $ 21.00
Buddleia davidii ‘Miss Violet’ (Miss Violet Butterfly Bush) Miss Ruby butterfly bushes bear violet flowers from early summer to well into fall 3 gal $ 21.00
Buddleia davidii ‘Blue Haven’ (Blue Haven Butterfly Bush) This small growing, everblooming Butterfly Bush colors the garden with spikes of lavender-blue flowers 3 gal $ 19.00
Buxus ‘Green Mountain’ (Green Mountain Boxwood) Green Mountain Boxwood is an upright, evergreen shrub with an unusual pyramidal growth habit. 3 gal $ 21.50
Buxus ‘Green Velvet’ (Green Velvet Boxwood) Nice, small, bright green oval shaped leaves adorn this hardy little boxwood. Very dense, compact growth 3 gal $ 21.50
Buxus microphylla koreana Wintergreen (Green Gem Boxwood) Dense compact growth habit with dark green oval shaped leaves. 3 gal $ 21.50
Buxus sempervirens (American Boxwood) Common or American boxwood is a wide-spreading shrub or small tree with dense, evergreen foliage 3 gal $ 29.00
Buxus ‘variegata’ (Dwarf Variegated Boxwood) Extremely slow growing plant, variegated with yellow and green colors on its leaves. 3 gal $ 29.00
Calluna vulgaris (Heather Plant) Heather is a compact, shrubby, evergreen ground cover plant with bell shaped light flowers 3 gal $ 20.00
Caryopteris clandonen ‘Dark Knight’ (Dark Knight Spirea) One of the best Blue Mist Spirea varieties, “Dark Knight” has the deepest blue color of them all. 3 gal $ 18.00
Caryopteris clandonensis ‘Blue Mist’ (Blue Mist Spirea) A compact shrub with silvery gray foliage. Blooms powder blue flowers throughout the summer 3 gal $ 18.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera (Gold Thread Cypress) Has long, weeping thread-like branches which are bright yellow in color all year round 3 gal $ 21.00
Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Fernspray Gold’ (Fernspray Gold Cypress) Falsecypress with an irregular habit and bearing gold to yellow tips and handsome fern-like foliage. 3 gal $ 19.50
Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Fernspray Green’ (Compact Fernspray Cypress) Compact Fernspray is a compact, broad, low growing, bushy cultivar 3 gal $ 19.50
Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Crippsii’ (Crippsii Cypress) Upright pyramidal shape with spreading branches; loose and open 3 gal $ 19.50
Chamaecyparis obtusa (Dwarf Hinoki Cypress) A compact, slow-growing, upright, soft-needled green evergreen with a loose pyramidal form 3 gal $ 23.00
Clethra alnifolia (Summersweet Clethra) Fragrant small white spiked flowers bloom in July. Foliage turns a bright yellow in fall. 3 gal $ 19.00
Clethra alnifolia ‘Hummingbird’ (Hummingbird Clethra) A beautiful, versatile, compact shrub, with three-season interest. 3 gal $ 19.00
Clethra alnifolia ‘Ruby Spice’ (Ruby Spice Clethra) Lustrous dark green foliage with fragrant deep reddish pink flowers which holds the color throughout. 3 gal $ 19.00
Clethra alnifolia ‘Sixteen Candles’ (Sixteen Candles Clethra) ‘Sixteen Candles’ holds the flowers upright like candles on a birthday cake 3 gal $ 19.00
Clethra alnifolia ‘Summersweet’ (Summersweet Clethra) Summersweet plant is an ornamental shrub with spikes of spicy-smelling white flowers 3 gal $ 19.00
Cornus alba ‘Argenteo-marginata’ (Variegated Dogwood) Variegated foliage is green – cream colored edges – bright red stems in winter 3 gal $ 19.50
Cornus alba ‘Bud’s Yellow’ (Bud’s Yellow Twig Dogwood) Medium green leaves which turn to yellow in fall. Branches are bright, brilliant yellow in winter. 3 gal $ 19.50
Cornus baileyii (Red Twig Dogwood) Dark green leaves with small creamy white flower clusters that appear in spring. Foliage turns purplish red in fall. Bright red branches in winter. 3 gal $ 19.50
Cupressocyparis leylandii (Leyland Cypress) Rapid growing pyramid cypress with rich green foliage 3 gal $ 19.00
Cytisus praecox ‘Moonlight’ (Moonlight Broom) Upright habit with abundant sprays of bright yellow blooms along its graceful branches 2 gal $ 18.00
Cytisus scoparius ‘Burkwoodi’ (Burkwood’s Broom) Graceful branches have deep crimson flowers with yellow edges that bloom in May 2 gal $ 18.00
Deutzia gracilis ‘Nikko’ (Nikko Slender Deutzia) Low growing, spreading growth habit with arching branches. Mounds of double white flowers. 3 gal $ 19.50
Deutzia gracilis ‘Yuki Cherry Blossom’ (Yuki Cherry Blossom Deutzia) Rich pink flowers on a Deutzia and they are fantastic! 3 gal $ 19.50
Deutzia gracilis ‘Snowflake’ (Yuki Cherry Snowflake) A mass of snowy color creates a magnificent effect! 3 gal $ 19.50
Euonymous alatus ‘Compacta’ (Burning Bush) Hardy, flat-topped mound with dark green foliage turns brilliant scarlet red in the fall 3 gal $ 22.00
Euonymous alatus ‘Compacta’ (Burning Bush) Hardy, flat-topped mound with dark green foliage turns brilliant scarlet red in the fall 5 gal $ 23.00
Euonymus fortunei (Blondy) Bright yellow stems hold variegated leaves with big bright yellow centers trimmed in rich green. 3 gal $ 23.00
Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gaiety’ (Emerald Gaiety) Mounding shrub with rich green foliage trimmed with white edges. 3 gal $ 19.50
Euonymus fortunei ‘Silver King’ (Silver King Euonymus) A fast growing evergreen. It will add unique color and texture to your landscape. 3 gal $ 23.00
Euonymus japonica ‘Albo-marginata’ (Albo Marginata Euonymus) Upright growth habit, with large leaves variegated in colors of bright green and white 3 gal $ 21.00
Euonymus japonica ‘Aurea-marginata’ (Gold Edge Euonymus) Upright growth habit with bold green leaves which have a showy golden margin 3 gal $ 23.00
Euonymus kiautschovicus (Manhattan Euonymus) Dark green glossy leaves. Excellent hedging plant. 3 gal $ 21.00
Forsythia intermedia ‘Lynwood Gold’ (Lynwood Gold Forsythia) Brilliant yellow spring flowers adorn this fast growing, upright hardy shrub. 3 gal $ 14.00
Forsythia intermedia ‘Showoff’ (Lynwood Gold Forsythia) Perfect for a tight hedge or a specimen in a border 3 gal $ 23.00
Fothergilla ‘Mount Airy’ (Mount Airy Bottlebrush) Dark green foliage which turns yellow, orange, and red in fall. Has an abundance of fragrant flowers in spring. 3 gal $ 19.00
Hydrangea aborescens ‘Invincible Spirit’ (Invincible Spirit Hydrangea) Invincibelle Spirit is a type of smooth hydrangea, and easy-to-grow 3 gal $ 21.00
Hydrangea macrophilia (Nikko Blue Hydrangea) Large deep green foliage covered with large blue flower balls 3 gal $ 19.00
Hydrangea macrophilia ‘Endless Summer (Endless Summer Big Leaf Hydrangea) Commonly called big leaf hydrangea, is a deciduous shrub with a rounded habit 3 gal $ 24.00
Hydrangea macrophilia ‘Twist n Shout’ (Twist n Shout Hydrangea) This exceptional hydrangea has sturdy red stems that support pink or periwinkle blooms 3 gal $ 24.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Lime’ (Little Lime Hydrangea) Grows 3-5′ tall and produces large, tightly packed, green blossoms that turn shades of vintage pink 3 gal $ 21.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ (Limelight Hydrangea) Large white flowers beginning in July. 6 ft tall at maturity 3 gal $ 21.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Pinky Winky’ (Pinky Winky Hydrangea) Pink white two-toned pink and white flowers 3 gal $ 20.00
Hydrangea quercifolia (Oakleaf Hydrangea) Oak-leaf-like foliage – turns wine-red in fall. White flowers fade to pink. 3 gal $ 23.00
Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Ruby Slippers’ (Ruby Slippers Hydrangea) A new compact form of oakleaf hydrangea, which is a must-have for smaller spaces 3 gal $ 19.00
Hypericum patulum ‘Hidcote’ (Hidcote St. John’s Wort ) Summer blooming shrub – large lemon yellow flowers. Slightly fragrant. 3 gal $ 18.00
Ilex x aquipernyi ‘Dragon Lady’ (Dragon lady Holly) Habit is narrow, upright-pyramidal with very spiny, glossy dark green leaves and bright red berries
Ilex crenata ‘Green Lustre’ (Green Luster Holly) Rounded glossy green foliage adorns this dense shrub. A very hardy Japanese holly. 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex crenata ‘Helleri’ (Heller Holly) Small dark green oval leaves with a tight branching habit form a compact growth habit. 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex crenata ‘Sky Pencil’ (Sky Pencil Holly) Lustrous dark green leaves adorn this tight columnar shaped plant. 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex crenata ‘Steeds’ (Steeds Holly) Densely branched evergreen shrub with an interesting pyramidal form lustrous dark green foliage 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex glabra (Shamrock) A small leafed holly with a broad, upright growth and glossy green foliage. 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex glabra ‘Compacta’ (Inkberry) Very hardy small leafed holly – compact growth habit and shiny green foliage. 3 gal $ 22.00
Ilex meserveae ‘Blue Prince’ (Blue Prince Holly) Male holly with lustrous leathery dark green foliage. 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex meserveae ‘Blue Princess’ (Blue Princess Holly) Female holly with lustrous bluish green foliage and an abundant display of dark red berries. 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex meserveae ‘Blue Maid’ (Blue Maid Holly) Female holly with bluish green foliage and an abundant display of dark red berries. 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex meserveae ‘Castle Spire’ (Castle Spire Holly) Castle Spire will produce bright red berries for fall and winter enjoyment 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex meserveae ‘China Boy’ (China Boy Holly) 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex meserveae ‘China Girl’ (China Girl Holly) Dark green glossy foliage, making a nice hedge. Pollinator for China Girl Holly 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex x ‘Rutzan’ (Red Beauty Holly) Compact evergreen holly that grows into a tight pyramid with little or no pruning. 3 gal $ 19.50
Ilex verticillata ‘Spriber’ (Winterberry Holly) Produces copious amounts of dark red berries when a male is planted nearby 3 gal $ 21.00
Itea virginica ‘Henry’s Garnet’ (Henry’s Garnet Virginia Sweetspire) Narrow upright growth habit with white spiked flowers in June and beautifully extended scarlet red fall foliage 3 gal $ 19.50
Itea virginica ‘Little Henry’ (Little Henry’s Sweetspire) A new compact sweetspire with white flowers and a fiery red fall color. 3 gal $ 21.00
Juniperus chinensis ‘Old Gold’ (Old Gold Juniper) Rich golden foliage amidst arching branches. Retains its color throughout the winter. 3 gal $ 19.50
Juniperus conferta ‘shore juniper’ (Blue Pacific Juniper) Ground cover to 1 ft tall with distinct blue-green needle like foliage. 3 gal $ 19.50
Juniperus horizontalis ‘Wiltoni’ (Blue Rug Juniper) Excellent ground cover which forms a dense mat of silvery blue color 3 gal $ 18.50
Juniperus horizontalis ‘Youngstown’ (Youngstown Andorra Juniper) Flat topped, low growing, vase-shaped juniper. Green grey foliage turns a plum color in winter. 3 gal $ 19.50
Juniperus scopulorum ‘Moonglow’ (Moonglow Juniper) Silvery blue foliage and broad pyramidal form makes a most attractive landscape accent 3 gal $ 19.50
Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’ (Blue Star Juniper) Slow grower has short branches which form a star-like appearance with bright blue foliage 3 gal $ 21.50
Kalmia latifolia (Elf Mountain Laurel) Compact dwarf form with light pink buds opening to white. 3 gal $ 21.00
Kalmia latifolia ‘Minuet’ (Minuet Mountain Laurel) Pink buds open to gorgeous white flowers with a striking maroon-red band around the inside edge 3 gal $ 21.00
Kalmia latifolia (Olympic Fire Mountain Laurel ) Rich green foliage adorned with large deep red buds opening to pink flowers. 3 gal $ 21.00
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Pocomoke’ (Pocomoke Crepe Myrtle) Dwarf-size, multistemmed shrub with panicles of dark rosy pink flowers that bloom throughout the summer 3 gal $ 19.50
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Whit IV’ (Red Rocket Crepe Myrtle) Clusters of ruby red, crepe papery flowers nearly cover the multi-stemmed shrub all summer long 3 gal $ 19.50
Nandina domestica ‘Fire Power’ (Fire Power Heavenly Bamboo) Brilliant red foliage, fall through winter 3 gal $ 19.50
Nandina domestica ‘Nana Purpurea’ (Dwarf Purple Heavenly Bamboo) Yellowish green and red foliage in summer turning to reddish purple in fall 3 gal $ 19.50
Osmanthus heterophyllus ‘Goshiki’ (Goshiki False Holly) The green leaves are daubed with spots of creamy white, gray-green, and yellow-green 3 gal $ 23.00
Physocarpus opulifolious ‘Mindia’ (Coppertina Ninebark) Copper-flushed spring foliage turns to rich burgundy red in summer. Soft pink flowers 3 gal $ 21.50
Physocarpus opulifolious ‘Seaward’ (Summer Wine Ninebark) Season long purple foliage is covered with soft pink flowers in late summer 3 gal $ 21.50
Physocarpus opulifolious ‘SMPTOW’ (Tiny Wine Ninebark) Bronze-maroon foliage is colorful all season and contrasts beautifully with soft pink and white flowers 3 gal $ 21.50
Pieris japonica ‘Dorothy Wyckoff’ (Dorthoy Wyckoff Pieris) Reddish new growth matures to lustrous, dark green 3 gal $ 21.00
Pieris japonica ‘Mountian Fire’ (Mountain Fire Pieris) Dark green foliage with spectacular fire red new growth. White flowers bloom in early spring. 3 gal $ 21.00
Pieris japonica ‘Redhead’ (Mountain Fire Pieris) Glossy, dark green. Weeping clusters of slightly fragrant white flowers in spring 3 gal $ 21.00
Photinia x fraseri (Red Tip Photinia) Photinia plants start out red and turn into dark green throughout the season 3 gal $ 19.50
Potentilla fruticosa (Abbotswood Potentillia) Dwarf shrub providing brilliant summer color. Masses of bright white blooms 3 gal $ 19.00
Potentilla fruticosa (Gold Finger Potentilla) Small shrub producing large rich yellow buttercup-like flowers. Fine textured foliage on a mounding form. 3 gal $ 19.00
Rhamnus frangula ‘Ron Williams’ (Fine Line Fern Leaf Buckthorn) Lacy fern-like foliage combined with a narrow columnar habit
Rhododendron cataw. ‘Nova Zembla’ (Nova Zembla) Medium growing shrub – dark green foliage adorned by dark red blooms 3 gal $ 19.50
Rhododendron ‘English Roseum’ (English Roseum Rhododendron) Large elegant trusses of brilliant flowers stand out in beautiful contrast to the dark green leaves 3 gal $ 19.50
Rhododendron ‘Starry Nite’ (Starry Nite Rhododendron) Slow growing rhododendron displaying stunning dark purple flowers in mid-Apri 3 gal $ 19.50
Rhododendron catawbiense (Roseum Elegans Rhododendron ) Notably hardy, known for its ability to withstand temperature extremes. Soft lilac-purple blossoms appear late to midseason. 3 gal $ 19.50
Rhododendron Mezit (PJM) Lavender-pink blossoms cover this plant in mid-late April. Compact grower with small dark green leaves that turn a mahogany color in fall. 3 gal $ 23.00
Rhododendron ponticum ‘Chionides’ (Chionoides Rhododendron) One of the best late-flowering whites, distinguished by its narrow glossy green foliage with an excellent compact growth habit 3 gal $ 19.50
Rosa radraz ‘Knockout’ (Knockout Roses) Features single, lightly fragrant, cherry-red roses to 3.5″ diameter that bloom from May to frost. 3 gal $ 21.00
Salix intregra ‘Alba Maculata’ (Hakuro Nishiki Willow) Spectacular new growth is salmon-pink in color changing to green and white leaf variegation. 3 gal $ 19.00
Spiraea bumalda ‘Anthony Waterer’ (Anthony Waterer Spirea) Foliage is green with a tinge of maroon which blooms bright carmine flowers 3 gal $ 19.00
Spiraea bumalda ‘Goldmound’ (Goldmound Spirea ) Bronzy gold foliage changing to soft yellow which blooms crimson flowers in summer. 3 gal $ 19.00
Spiraea japonica ‘Little Princess’ (Little Princess Spirea) A compact mounding shrub with small mint-green leaves. Light pink flower clusters throughout the summer. 3 gal $ 19.00
Spiraea japonica ‘Tracy’ (Double Play Spirea) Emerging spring foliage glows orange, transitions to deep yellow all summer long, returning to rich golden orange in autumn. Massive pinkor rec flowers are the largest we’ve ever seen on a Spiraea 3 gal $ 21.50
Spiraea japonica ‘Walbuma’ (Magic Carpet Spirea) Clusters of small pink flowers contrast with bright gold mature foliage that turns rich russet-red in fall 3 gal $ 19.00
Spiraea nipponica (Snowmound Spirea) Small dark blue-green leaves form a dense rounded shrub with asses of white flowers in spring. 3 gal $ 19.00
Syringa meyeri ‘Palibin’ (Pablin Lilac) Pale pink, sweetly-fragrant single flowers arranged in dense, terminal clusters 3 gal $ 21.50
Syringa patula (Miss Kim Lilac) Small slow-growing Korean lilac with dark green foliage and slightly fragrant pale lavender flowers 3 gal $ 21.50
Syringa x ‘Penda’  (Bloomerang Lilac) Compact, mounded shape fits easily into any landscape, and is ideal as a hedge or foundation planting 3 gal $ 21.50
Syringa presoniae ‘James Macfarlane’ (James McFarlane Lilac) An elegant, hardy shrub which will make a colorful informal hedge, or can be grown as a specimen 4 gal $ 23.50
Syringa vulgaris ‘Sensation’ (Sensation Lilac) An outstanding lilac noted for its large trusses of purplish-red florets edged in white 4 gal $ 23.50
Viburnum carlesii ‘Cayuga’ (Cayuga Koreanspice Viburnum) Compact upright habit with pink buds turning to white flowers. Very fragrant. 3 gal $ 19.50
Viburnum dentatum ‘Synnestvedt’ (Chicago Lustre Arrowood Viburnum) Produces clusters of tiny white flowers followed by blue-black fruit 3 gal $ 20.00
Viburnum nudum ‘Bulk’ (Brandywine Viburnum) Loads of breathtaking berries that transform from green to shades of vivid pink and blue 3 gal $ 21.50
Viburnum ‘Pragense’ (Prague Viburnum) Flat cymes of slightly fragrant, creamy white flowers in spring gives way to berries in early fall 3 gal $ 19.50
Viburnum rhytidophylloides ‘Allegheny’ (Allegheney Viburnum) Large clusters of fragrant white flowers followed by showy red fruit that matures to black 3 gal $ 20.00
Viburnum rhytidophyllum (Leather Leaf Viburnum) Produces flat cymes of creamy white flowers in the spring and berries in early fall 3 gal $ 20.00
Weigela florida ‘Bramwell’ (Fine Wine Weigela) Rich, dark foliage color is similar in color to that of fine burgundy wine 3 gal $ 22.50
Weigela florida ‘Dark Horse’  (Dark Horse Weigela) Dark bronze foliage with lime-green venation combines with purplish-pink tubular flowers 3 gal $ 19.50
Weigela florida ‘Elvera’  (Midnight Wine Weigela) Dark burgundy-purple leaves on thornless stems can be used as an accent plant or a dramatic planting. 3 gal $ 21.50
Weigela florida ‘Pink Princess’ (Pink Princess Weigela) It features funnel-shaped, rose-pink flowers in spring 3 gal $ 19.50
Weigela florida ‘Red Prince’ (Red Prince Weigela) Compact, mounding shrub displays rich-red flowers featured against dark green leaves 3 gal $ 19.50
Weigela florida ‘Verweil4’ (Sonic Bloom Weigela) This must-have shrub will burst into bloom in spring, followed by waves of rebloom until frost 3 gal $ 21.50
Weigela florida ‘Wine and Roses’ (Wine & Roses Weigela) Strikingly pink rose-colored flowers with dark burgundy purple foliage. Leaf color deepens in fall. 3 gal $ 21.50
Yucca filamentosa Color Guard (Color Guard Yucca) Drought resistant plant with bright gold centers and distinct green edging. 3 gal $ 21.50
Name Description Size Price
Artemisia (Silver Mound Angel’s Hair) Feathery silvery gray foliage forms a beautiful compact dome. 2 gal $ 9.00
Aster (Purple Dome) Tight compact growth habit with heavy blooming deep purple flowers. Blooms August to October. 2 gal $ 9.00
Astilbe (Fanal) Reddish green foliage with brilliant carmine-red flower spikes. Blooms in June. 2 gal $ 9.00
Astilbe (Peach Blossom) Low compact habit with short rose pink flower spikes. Blooms July to September. 2 gal $ 9.00
Campanula (Blue Clips Bellflower) Low compact habit with light green foliage and large sky-blue flowers. Blooms June to September. 2 gal $ 9.00
Campanula (White Clips Bellflower) Low growing mound with light green leaves. Large white flowers which bloom June to September. 2 gal $ 9.00
Coreopsis (Moonbeam Tickseed) Cutleaf foliage with soft lemon-yellow flowers. Blooms Summer to Fall. 2 gal $ 9.00
Coreopsis (Rosea Tickseed) Cutleaf foliage with rosy-pink flowers and yellow centers. Blooms July to August. 2 gal $ 9.00
Coreopsis (Zagreb Tickseed) Cutleaf foliage with compact growth habit and deep gold flowers. Blooms June to Sept. 2 gal $ 9.00
Dianthus (Zing Rose Maiden Pink) Narrow grass like leaves are covered with masses of large deep red flowers. Blooms early summer. 2 gal $ 9.00
Dicentra (Luxuriant Bleeding Heart) Ferny dark green foliage with cherry-red flowers. Blooms April to October. 2 gal $ 9.00
Echinacea (Purple Magnus Coneflower) Brilliant rosy-pink daisy-like flowers which bloom in the summer. 2 gal $ 9.00
Gaillardia (Goblin Blanket Flower) Large deep red daisy-like flowers with yellow borders. Blooms all summer. 2 gal $ 9.00
Hemerocallis (Happy Returns Daylily) Everblooming variety with canary yellow flowers. Blooms May til Frost. 2 gal $ 9.00
Hemerocallis (Stella de Oro Daylily) Everblooming variety with golden yellow flowers. Blooms June ’til frost. 2 gal $ 9.00
Heuchera (Palace Purple Coral Bells) Deep mahogany foliage with sprays of white flowers. Blooms in June. 2 gal $ 9.00
Hosta (Albo-Marginata) Large green leaves trimmed with large white bands. Lavender blooms in summer. 2 gal $ 9.00
Hosta (Aureo-Marginata) Deep green leaves trimmed with bands of golden yellow. Lilac blooms in mid summer. 2 gal $ 9.00
Hosta (Frances Williams) Blue-green round leaves with wide yellow margins. White flowers in July. 2 gal $ 9.00
Hosta (Patriot) A stunning variegated hosta with green leaves edged with bright white margins. 2 gal $ 9.00
Lavandula (Hidcote Blue Lavender) Gray foliage with rich purple flower spikes. Blooms in summer. 2 gal $ 9.00
Liatris (Floristan Violet Blazing Star) Multiple spikes of lilac-mauve flowers which bloom June until September. 2 gal $ 9.00
Liriope (Big Blue Lily Turf) Evergreen grass like foliage with violet blooms in August. Showy dark berries in fall. 2 gal $ 9.00
Liriope (Variegata Lily Turf) Beautiful yellow and green variegated foliage with lavender flowers. 2 gal $ 9.00
Rudbeckia (Goldsturm Black Eyed Susan) Compact plant covered with golden yellow daisy-like flowers with black centers. Blooms July to October. 2 gal $ 9.00
Salvia (Blue Hill Sage) Rough green foliage with spikes of sky-blue flowers. Blooms June until September. 2 gal $ 9.00
Sedum (Autumn Joy Stonecrop) Gray-green foliage with flat clusters of bronze flowers. Blooms August through September. 2 gal $ 9.00
Stachy (Silver Carpet Lamb’s Ear) Soft, woolly, silver-gray foliage with the feel and shape of a lamb’s ear. 2 gal $ 9.00
Veronica (Red Fox Speedwell) Compact foliage with rosy pink flower spikes. Blooms June ’til August. 2 gal $ 9.00
Name Description Size Price
Carex Morrowii (Ice Ballet Japanese Sedge) Has a broader, more distinctive variegation than Ice Dance’ with the same great arching habit 2 gal $ 12.50
Carex Morrowii (Ice Dance Japanese Sedge) Strong creamy-white leaf margins add brightness to shady and woodland gardens and borders 2 gal $ 12.50
Carex Oshimensis (Evergold Japanese Sedge) Creamy yellow leaves with dark green edges 2 gal $ 12.50
Miscanthus Sinensis (Adagio Grass) Fine-textured, narrow leaves and grows in a stylish, compact, rounded shape 3 gal $ 16.00
Miscanthus Sinensis (Maiden Grass) Narrow silver midribbed leaves with copper-colored flowers in September turning to silver in winter. 3 gal $ 16.00
Miscanthus Sinensis (Zebra Grass) Upright green foliage with bright yellow horizontal variegation. Copper blooms in September. 3 gal $ 16.00
Miscanthus Sinensis (Little Zebra Grass) Large arching foliage with yellowish white bands across the foliage. Pinkish copper flowers in September. 3 gal $ 16.00
Miscanthus Sinensis (Variegated Japanese Silver Grass) Loose arching green-and-white-striped foliage. Blooms in August and September. 3 gal $ 16.00
Pennisetum Alopecuroides (Hamelin Dwarf Fountain Grass) Dark green fine-textured foliage with compact whitish flowers. Blooms in August. 3 gal $ 16.00
Pennisetum Alopecuroides (Piglet Fountain Grass) An ornamental dwarf fountain grass that typically grows in a spreading clump to 18″ tall and 24″ wide 3 gal $ 16.00
Pennisetum Orientale (Karley Rose Oriental Fountain Grass) Smoky rose-purple flower spikes that nearly glow when backlit by the sun 3 gal $ 16.00
Name Description Size Price
Acer Platanoides (Crimson King Maple) A red-leaved cultivar which is noted for its rich maroon leaves $ 110.00
Betula Jacquemontii (Himalayan Birch) Whitest bark available. Some insect resistance. 40′. 15 gal $ 110.00
Betula Nigra (River Birch) The most trouble-free birch. Heat tolerant. Survives wet springs and dry summers and falls. 40’+. 15 gal $ 110.00
Cercis Canadensis (Eastern Redbud) Small purplish-pink flowers cover stems in early spring. Good as a single specimen, in groups, and in woodlands. 30′. $ 110.00
Cornus f. Var. Rubra (Pink Flowering Dogwood) Brilliant pink flowers with excellent fall color. 20′. $ 110.00
Cornus Kousa (Clump Kousa Dogwood) June blooming specimen tree perfect for the corner of a house. Also great for large buildings and blank walls. 30′. $ 110.00
Cornus Kousa (Kousa Dogwood) Star-shaped flowers. Raspberry-like fruit and exfoliating bark. 30′. $ 110.00
Magnolia Grandiflora (Edith Bogue Magnolia) A broad-spreading, vigorous clone of southern magnolia that is noted for its exceptional hardiness $ 90.00
Prunus c. (Thundercloud Plum) Fragrant pink flowers early spring. Vase-shaped tree with dark purple leaves that don’t fade. 20′ $ 110.00
Name Description Size Price
Buxus (Green Mountain Boxwood) Green Mountain Boxwood is an upright, evergreen shrub with an unusual pyramidal growth habit. $ 36.00
Buxus (Green Velvet Boxwood) Nice, small, bright green oval shaped leaves adorn this hardy little boxwood. Very dense, compact growth $ 36.00
Buxus Microphylla Koreana Wintergreen (Green Gem Boxwood) Dense compact growth habit with dark green oval shaped leaves. $ 36.00
Magnolia x (Magnolia Jane) Specimen tree with nostalgic large flowers in pinkish purple. Smooth silver bark adds winter interest. 20′. $ 21.00
Taxus m. (Spreading Yew) Adaptable spreader. Good for foundations, islands, or wherever your imagination leads. 4′. $ 21.00
Taxus m. (Hatfield Yew) Adaptable spreader. Good for foundations, islands, or wherever your imagination leads. 4′. $ 22.00
Name Description Size Price
Cupressocyparis Leylandii (Leyland Cypress) Rapid growing pyramid cypress with rich green foliage 3 gal $ 18.00
Thuja Occidentalis (Emerald Green) Tight pyramidal form with rich green foliage $ 38.00
Thuja Occidentalis (Nigra) Pyramidal evergreen covered with dark green foliage. Available both field-grown and container-grown. $ 46.00

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