— (30°F, USDA Zone 10-11)
Agapetes serpens ‘Nepal Cream’
— (30°F, USDA Zones
10-11) Unusual flowering shrub from the Himalayas, it has a long blooming
period. Flowers are ivory with a greenish cast and pendant borne along the
stems. Very small lanceolate leaves cover the long slender stems year round
on this 6’ bush. 6-12" $11.95
var atropurpurea —
(-20°F, USDA Zones 4-8)
70804 Berberis thunbergii
var atropurpurea ‘Aurea’ — A great looking deciduous barberry
with vivid yellow leaves that do not scorch in the sun. Leaves may be
affected by shade, becoming more yellow-green. A very dense, slow grower
that will reach 3-4' in height. 1-2' $23.95
73971 Berberis thunbergii
var atropurpurea Gold Pillar™ PP#18,082 — Syn. Sunjoy®. The
colors on this upright, to 3', growing Berberis are fetching, new growth is
strong red and matures to a golden yellow. It is more sun tolerant than
other yellow-leaved barberrys and brings in fall with brilliant orange-red
foliage. Lovely! 1-2' $23.95
70048 Berberis thunbergii
var atropurpurea ‘Helmond Pllar’— This striking plant has dark,
pink-burgundy leaves and forms a narrow, pencil-straight column only 1'
wide. The spires of foliage will reach 6'. Every garden has a spot that
needs a ‘Helmond Pillar’. 1-2' $19.95
70930 Berberis thunbergii
var atropurpurea ‘Rose Glow’ — This is an especially nice
selection of barberry with rose-pink new foliage mottled with deeper
red-purple and sometimes lighter blotches. The leaves turn to deep claret in
summer and finally scarlet in the fall. Its a smaller form and usually only
reaches 3 to 4'. 6-12" $9.95
71023 Berberis thunbergii
var atropurpurea ‘Royal Cloak’ — A smaller selection, about 4' at
a maturity, with deep red leaves that sparkle in the sunshine.
73497 Berberis thunbergii
var atropurpurea ‘Welch’s Purple’ —
73949 Betula ‘Royal Frost’
— (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-7) (‘Crimson Frost’ x populifolia ‘Whitespire’) ‘Royal
Frost’ is an improvement upon the parent ‘Crimson Frost’, it is a strong grower
to 40'x20'. Mature bark is creamy white and peeling, a terrific contrast to the
burgundy red foliage. Fall foliage is yellow to orange which shines beautifully
in the full sun where this birch grows best!
71136 Buddleia davidii
‘Harlequin’ — (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-9) A variegated form; the new leaves
appear yellow and mature green, accented with cream colored variegation. The
flowers are a long lasting reddish purple. 6-12"
— (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-7)
73321 Calluna vulgaris
‘Arina’ — Glowing salmon-pink foliage in spring changing throughout
the season to cream, red and bronze as it ages. Soft pale mauve flowers in
late summer on one of the tallest of this group of Callunas to about
18". 6-12" $4.95
73919 Calluna vulgaris
‘Darkness’ — Crimson flowers with dark green foliage on a compact
plant. 1-2' $11.95
73565 Calluna vulgaris
‘Moon Glow’ — Light lavender flowers dance over this plants deep green
foliage. I love the cream to light pink branch tips during the growing
season! 6-12" $4.95
- BLUE SPIRAEA or BLUEBEARD
72259 Caryopteris x
clandonensis ‘First Choice’ — (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9)This compact hybrid
has a more dense, compact habit to 4' wide and 2-3' tall. Very dark green
foliage makes a nice backdrop for the multitude of tiny, dark blue buds that
open to dark lavender-blue flowers throughout the summer.
70847 Caryopteris x
Petit Bleu pp#14,674
— Syn. C. x c. ‘Minibleu.’ A beautiful compact form with dark green
glossy foliage. Expect no larger than 2'x2½', blooms will start in ugust and
continue heavily into October in some climates. Great for extending your
butterfly season. We are happy to offer you this true beauty.
70848 Caryopteris incana
Sunshine Blue® ppaf — Syn. C. i. ‘Jason.’ A vigorous growing
variety, this Caryopteris can reach 3'x2'. Name appropriate, the foliage
is a strong glowing gold color and the deep blue flowers are a wonderful
contrast. A great option to mix up colors in the late summer garden!
73961 Ceanothus ‘Dark Star’
— (0°F, USDA Zones 7-10) This shrub is wider than tall, 6x10 at maturity. As
suggested by name the flowers are dark blue-dark purple. A great form for medium
to large gardens. 6-12" $4.95
71781 Ceanothus gloriosus -
Point Reyes Ceanothus — (0°F, USDA Zones 7-9) This prostrate 12" evergreen
shrub will spread as much as 10' when fully established. The leaves are dark
green, up to 1½'' in length, similar to holly with strongly toothed margins.
Late in the spring to early summer, deep blue to purple flowers appear in
rounded terminal clusters covering the shrub with blue glory. Can tolerate more
shade than most. 1-2' $29.95
71782 Ceanothus impressus
— (0°F, USDA Zones 7-10) This shrub is temperamental about heat, but will give
marine-influence gardeners a plant requiring little care. A large evergreen
shrub to 5' with an 8' spread. Small, round, dark green leaves are covered with
wonderful dark blue flowers in late spring. 1-2'
73252 Ceanothus thyrsiflorus
‘Zanzibar’ — (10°F, USDA Zones 8-10) Introduced to garden centers in England
in 1997 this plant has captured a wide following with its blue flowers on a
plant of sunny yellow leaves with dark green centers. Truly and fine plant.
- KATSURA TREE
73528 Cercidiphyllum magnificum
— A magnificent species of Cercidiphyllum.This tree grows larger than C.
japonicum, to as much as 70' with 30' and white mottled foliage. At the JC
Raulston Arboretum it grows side by side with an older variegated redbud,
‘Silver Cloud’. Director Dennis Werner says, "‘Floating Cloud’ shows more
pronounced variegation, better resistance to leaf burn, superior plant habit,
and the variegation persists later into the growing season. A truly superior
form." 4-5' $59.95
73924 Cercis canadensis
‘Floating Cloud’ — A new cultivar with green and white mottled foliage. At
the JC Raulston Arboretum it grows side by side with an older variegated redbud,
‘Silver Cloud’. Director Dennis Werner says, "‘Floating Cloud’ shows more
pronounced variegation, better resistance to leaf burn, superior plant habit,
and the variegation persists later into the growing season. A truly superior
‘Hearts of Gold’
— Imagine a 20' to 25' tree clothed in golden heart
shaped leaves and the newer foliage blushed with orange-red. Then add
lavender red flowers. Now you have a picture of this aptly named tree! Plant
in full sun for the best color. 3-4' $42.95
- Chinese Redbud — (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9)
70022 Cercis chinensis
‘Avondale’ — A superior selection of the Chinese redbud, distinguished
from the species by its more dwarf growth habit and ability to flower
abundantly at a very early age. Growing only 8-10' in height, ‘Avondale’
makes a small, well branched, sturdy tree, well suited to the modern garden.
The deep cerise-pink flowers crowd the naked branches in springtime making a
spectacular sight. Later, heart-shaped leaves clothe this redbud in a rich
summer green. ‘Avondale’ makes an excellent large tub plant for garden
terrace or courtyard as well as a lovely specimen in the landscape. 4-5'
73953 Cercis chinensis
‘Shirobana’ — The flowers on this cultivar are so densely packed parts
of the branches are obscured when it is in bloom! An outstanding 10 to 12'
shrub. 3-4' $39.95
USDA Zones 5-9) This deciduous native of China is considered the most beautiful
of the entire genus, blanketing itself with long, drooping racemes of light pink
flowers in the spring and then covering itself in lovely green foliage. It can
easily stand alone and reach up to 36' at maturity.
- FRINGE TREE
70026 Chionanthus virginicus
- Old Man’s Beard or White Fringe Tree — (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-9) This tree
makes a splendid ornamental specimen, slowly growing and spreading to 20' in
cultivation. The fluffy, white flowers are borne in early June on loose panicles
6" long or even longer. The leaves turn a bright yellow late in the fall,
staying on the tree well after other trees have lost their leaves. One of the
last shrubs to produce leaves in the spring, but well worth it when the soft
green appears and then the feathery flowers on a rounded crown. 3-4' $39.95
70171 Choisya Aztec Pearl’ — (0°F,USDA Zones7-9)This Choisya
is a compact, evergreen shrub with dark green 3'' leaves. The flowers are white
tinged with pink, about 1'' across, and arrive in late spring and again in late
summer. Grows to 8' x 8'. 6-12" $10.95
- ROCK ROSE
corbariensis - White Rockrose — Syn.
Cistus hybridus. Frequently grown in the United States. White flowers have a
pale yellow glow around the golden stamen cluster. The plant has a mature height
and spread of 2-5'. The 2'' long, narrow leaves are a soft gray-green.
Cistus ladanifer var.
maculatus - Crimson-Spot Rockrose — A
wonderful form that carries fragrant 4" leaves, dark green on top and lighter
green beneath. White flowers with a red spot accenting each petal at the base
appear on this compact rockrose, 3 to 5', blooming June-July.
Cistus x pulverulentus ‘Sunset’ —
(0°F, USDA Zones 7-9) This is a dense low growing shrub with silvery gray
foliage. The flowers are a deep rose pink color and about 2'' across. Will grow
to about 2' x 2'. 1-2' $14.95
71447 Clerodendrum trichotomum
var. fargesii ‘Purple Blaze’ — A great form with purple new
growth and lovely fragrant purple flowers. Just outstanding!
‘June Snow’ — (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-8)Ohh, I
can’t wait to see this one! A terrific variety, this tree will be 30'x40'. The
flower clusters are flat topped, and as the name suggests, blanket the branches
densely. Temperature here in Oregon starts to get on the hot side in June, so
the refreshment of snow is appreciated! 6-7' $129.95
Cornus florida ‘Little
Princess’ — A terrific, dense, dwarf form of
the eastern dogwood. Its upright growth and royally lush, large foliage will
delight you. White bracts are followed by the red fruit we love. The fall
foliage is red to deep wine color. This little princess will eventually reach
8'. 1-2' $33.95
Cornus kousa ‘Summer Fun’ — (-30°F, USDA
Zones 4-9) Long leaves of a rich green margined with a wide irregular white edge
that holds throughout the growing season and then turns a fiery pink in fall in
the white zones. 8' wide and 4' wide. An outstanding addition to any garden.
70920 Cornus Steller Aurora®
— (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-8)An exceptionally beautiful tree--this variety has
uniform white bracts from top to bottom. It is often so dense that very little
foliage shows through. The flower bracts are large and overlapping with rounded
edges. 5-6' $79.95, 7-8' $129.95
70438 Corokia cotoneaster
— (10°F, USDA Zones 8-10) A most interesting plant for the garden with its
tracers of twiggy branches. It has tiny leaves, tiny yellow flowers and tiny
orange fruit. A great plant for bonsai or for a container on your deck as well
as in the landscape where it can grow into a medium sized specimen shrub.
- Lantern Tree — (20°F, USDA Zones 9-10) Syn.
Tricuspidaria lanceolata. This shrub is native to the forests of Chile
and likes humus-rich, well drained, acidic soil in partial shade. It will
tolerate full sun if the roots are kept moist and cool. The upright shoots bear
toothed, oblong dark green leaves to 4'' long. Lantern-shaped, fleshy petaled,
dark pink to scarlet flowers burst forth in late spring. Grows 20' tall and 15'
wide. 2-3' $36.95
71143 Daphne x burkwoodii
‘Briggs Moonlight’ — Creamy yellow leaves trimmed with dark green on the
outer edges. It has exceptional foliage, and in spring, bears terminal
clusters of fragrant white to pink flowers. It is a hardy 4 x 4' shrub.
Definitely protect from hot afternoon sun. One grower here prunes it fairly
heavily each year to encourage multiple new growth stems from the base.
‘Crimson Spring’ — We are excited to have this
variety. It is everything we love about Davidia involucrata with the
added bonus of burgundy to crimson new growth. Hurray for spring!
‘Copper’ — (-30°F, USDA Zones 3-7) The new
gardeners of the world! A member of the maple family, indeed, the only other
besides Acer, it has beautiful foliage and different fruit. The winged
seedpods are borne in large, pale red clusters. Quite possibly hardier than
listed above; it thrives in good soil in a somewhat protected location. Grown
both in shrub and tree form, reaching 20'. 1-2'
$9.95, 2-3' $19.95
72347 Enkianthus campanulatus
‘Kisoji no haru’ — You truly can be the first on your block to show off this
new selection of Enkianthus, brought to our grower by a 92 year "old wise
man" from Japan. He was an intrepid plantsman, always observing and selecting
the unique among a species. Still too new to give much definite information, but
we can assure you that it is a special selection. The buds suggest it may have
darker, heavier flower clusters, and a broader growth pattern.
71621 Enkianthus campanulatus
‘Showy Lantern’ — This Enkianthus has lovely flowers, pink with red to
burgundy streaks, that hang in full clusters. When planted in full sun it has
flaming red fall foliage. 2-3' $39.95
‘Compactus’ — (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-9)This dwarf
growing form reaches 4-6' tall. 2-3' $39.95
‘Emerald ‘n Gold’ — (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-9)This
glistening gem bears bright green leaves with broad bright yellow margins that
turn pink in the winter. This is a 3' shrub with an equal spread. 6-12"
— (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9)
‘Microphyllus Variegatus’ — Similar to
‘Microphyllus’ except the ¾'' waxy, petite deep green leaves have white
margins. 6-12" $16.95
‘Rokujo’ — This is a new, slow-growing
miniature Euonymus with tiny red-green leaves that have a slight
white variegation. Reaching only 1' tall and 8' wide at maturity, this would
make a great little trough or rock garden plant. 6-12" $19.95
- European Beech — (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-7)
73485 Fagus sylvatica
‘Mercedes’ — A densely branched, very slow growing shrub, with green
willowlike foliage that turns bronze-purple in fall and holds til spring. It
will reach 4-5' by 4' in 15 years. Put this where you can see it as it is
truly a treasure. 1-2' $75.95
‘Purpurea Nana’ — This dwarf Beech can
reach 10' x 6'. With all the great attributes of the larger F. s.
‘Purpurea’ now postage stamp gardeners can enjoy this amazing tree! 6-12"
‘Quercifolia’ — An interesting form similar
to F. s. ‘Laciniata’ but as the name suggests the leaves are more
oakleaf-shaped. 5-6' $119.95
‘Rotundifolia’ — A terrific variation in
the family of beeches! These deep green leaves are rounded at the tip
creating a full canopy with different texture of the other green beech
forms. A lovely shade tree to 50' with rounded crown. Absolutely a must
have! 2-3' $39.95
intermedia ‘Little Renee’ — (-30°F, USDA
Zones 4-8) An adorable low growing Forsythia form spreading as much as 4' wide
while staying only 2' tall. As with other forsythias ,early spring brings
flowers to Little Renee of light yellow. A terrific option for the perennial
garden and foundation plantings. 6-12" $14.95
73486 Fothergilla gardenii
‘Harold Epstein’ — (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-8) Very small form of Fothergilla,
15'’ x 18'’, will fill out very quickly. Leaves are small, young ones are wine
red maturing through a medium green to a deep green. Fall colors are rich
oranges and reds. Before the leaves in spring your garden will be graced with
spikes of white honey-scented flowers. 1-2'
Fothergilla major ‘Blue
Shadow’ — (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9) A vigorous
Fothergilla—excellent for the novice as well as advanced gardener. Our
favorite trait is the powdery blue foliage. We love this new option for a 3-4'
shrub. So lovely! 2-3' $25.95
‘Veitchii’ — (15°F, USDA Zones 8-11) This
lovely evergreen is very heat tolerant and well suited for the southern states.
Likes full to part sun. Of course the real reason to have this plant are its
showy white, double blooms and fragrance. Delicious for the senses! 6-12"
70758 Gaultheria mucronata
red — (0°F, USDA Zones 7-10)Light to strong yellow flowers with narrow
petals that appear as fringe when in full bloom. Foliage is dark green and
heavily textured. Ruby red berries. 1-2' $15.95
Genista lydia - Lydia
Woodwaxen —(-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9) Excellent
for difficult dry areas. This deciduous plant will grow to 30" with greater
spread. Profuse, bright yellow flowers bloom in May and June and completely
cover the gray-green branches. In garden sites, be sure to provide well drained
soil and full sun. 1-2' $9.95
‘Variegata’ — This form of Gordonia has creamy
irregular variegation on the edge of the leaves. It grows as the species grows,
30' high in a narrowly conical shape. Sometimes this plant can be more dense in
its growth habit. It is a nice alternative to other evergreen, variegated trees
on the market. 6-12" $19.95
- WITCH HAZEL
x intermedia —
(-20°F, USDA Zones 5-9)
Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Arnold Promise’
— Has yellow flowers with a light scent of lemon.
Orange, yellow and red foliage in the fall. 2-3' $39.95
intermedia ‘Gimborn’s Perfume’ — The
dense flower clusters on this variety cause it to positively glow in
January! Brilliant yellow petals are straplike and curled or twisted, and
sometimes with an orange shading at the calyx. Upright growing and quite
fragrant this is a great variety for patio ornament in winter.
var. flavopurpurescens —The yellow
petals on this variety are suffused with red, and they are further accented
by the purple calyx cup. In fall the leaves echo the color of the early
spring flowers, becoming yellow, highlighted with shades of red. It is a
rather wide spreading shrub. 6-7' $119.95
‘Zuccariniana’ — This large shrub is erect
at first, developing an open spreading shape as it matures, creating a
handsome specimen. Flowers have narrow, yellow petals with a crinkled
texture, which appear in late February. Fall foliage is a rich yellow.
— (10°F, USDA Zones 8-9) Blue flowers form on 2" spikes during summer months to
cover this 8-12" mound. Provide it with full to filtered sun. Growth habit is
somewhat open, and loose. 6-12" $16.95
73943 Hibiscus syriacus
‘Miss Jilene’ — (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-9)Syn. Hillis Variegated. This
variegated form of Hibiscus is lovely in its patterned foliage. The
flowers are also a delight in there soft pink to white color and single to semi
double in form. While she may not be able to make up her mind we have made up
ours, she is a special beauty for any garden!
THE HORTENSIA GROUP (Mopheads)
71097 Hydrangea macrophylla
‘Ayesha’ — A mophead with trusses of light mauve. The florets have
upturned sepals forming little cups on a loose flattened head. Unusual,
appealing, and with mild lilac scent. Recommended! 2-3' $24.95
‘Fugi Waterfall’ — 6-12" $11.95
‘Merritt’s Pride’ — Worthy of Merritt’s
pride these pink blooms over dark green foliage are sooo nice! If the plant
is given lime the flowers will turn blue. 1-2' $19.95
‘Parzifal’ — The showy bracts are
toothed, this results in mop heads with a lacy texture. Flowers from deep
pink to deep blue can be found on this shrub depending on the pH. At pH 6 it
will produce varying shades of these colors all at once. With strong stems
to 5', and bright green small foliage this is a delightful plant for the
garden. 1-2' $19.95
72272 Hydrangea macrophylla
‘Todi’ — Very hardy, dwarf variety with vivid pink flowers. Best
choice for pink flowers if you have alkaline soil. 1-2' $19.95
73836 Hydrangea macrophylla
‘Shamrock’ PPAF — The double pink flowers on this variety are
copious. Flowers open in July and as they age the bracts turn deeper shades
of magenta to red, lovely. Soil acidity affects the color of these flowers,
with acidity they are violet blue. This plant is named in honor of France’s
"Friends of the Shamrock Hydrangea Collection" of Varengeville-sur-Merand,
Normandy. The collection was established in 1984 and given French National
Collection status in 1999. A worldwide recognized collection, it is home to
more than 1200 species and varieties. A portion of the royalties from the
sales of ‘Shamrock’ are used for conservation and maintenance of this vast
collection. 2-3' $24.95, 3-4' $44.95
— (-40°F, USDA Zones 3-8)
73945 Hydrangea paniculata
‘Phantom’ — Hardly a ghostly presence in the garden this shrub when
pruned is very full and produces numerous large dense flowerheads. Lovely
dark green foliage. A must have for the night themed garden and anyone else
who is looking for a white, heavily flowering mid-large size shrub! 1-2'
- ST. JOHN’S WORT
‘Summer Gold’ — (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-9) New
growth is golden yellow-green, fading to emerald green. Mature height of
24-36''. Full sun to partial shade. 1-2' $19.95, 3-4' $29.95
HOLLY — See additional listings in Bonsai
Ilex cornuta x
aquifolium ‘Nellie R. Stevens’ — (0°F, USDA
Zones 7-9) An irregular rounded, dioecious female, vigorous up to 10'. Bears an
abundant of bright red berries. Dark green leaves turn red-purple in the fall.
Pollinated by ‘Edward J Stevens’. 2-3' $24.95
Ilex crenata ‘Lemon
Gem’ — (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-9)This is a
wonderful dwarf holly, growing 1' x 2'. The foliage is bright yellow and will
keep it’s color if afternoon shade is given. 6-12" $15.95
Ilex dimorphophylla -
Okinawan Holly — (10°F, USDA Zones 8-10)
A compact growing holly to 4'. This is a terrific specimen for bonsai if you can
get past the small spiny leaves. Friut is also diminutive and red when mature.
Not a large amount of info on this species we do know it is not freeze hardy but
not sure how cold hardy it actually is. 3-6" $9.95
Ilex verticillata -
Winterberry — (-30°F,
USDA Zone 4-9)
‘Golden Verboom —
Developed in Holland, this is the only true yellow fruited Winterberry!
71089 Ilex verticillata
Winter Red® — Pollinated by ‘Southern Gentleman’. A deciduous,
multistemmed and rounded Ilex with lustrous dark green leaves. Intense
bright red berries stay on the bush all through winter. 6-12" $8.95
73461 Kalmia latifolia
‘Tinkerbell’ — Similar to ‘Tiddlywinks’ in its compact habit, this selection
is larger growing. The deep pink buds open to medium pink flowers accented with
one light pink line at the petal, cup, margin and two narrow maroon bands; one
at the base center of the corolla the other where the petals turn up to form the
cup. Striking in any light against the deep green foliage. 6-12" $13.95
Kalopanax septemlobus -
Castor Aralia — (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-9)
Native to eastern Asia, this tree is noted for its tropical looking, large,
lobed leaves to 10'' across. The trunk is spiny when young, but the spines
disappear as the tree matures. Develops into an attractive, rounded tree growing
30-40' tall with equal width. Tiny white flowers appear in flat clusters in
summer followed by tiny black fruit, quickly consumed by birds. Grow in fertile,
moist soil and full sun. 9.95
Laburnum x watereri
‘Vossii’ — Grows to 30' with even longer (24'')
free-flowering racemes of deep yellow flowers .
- CREPE MYRTLE (0°F, USDA Zones 7-9)
Dynamite® PP#10,296 — MW. Syn. ‘Whit
II’. The cherry red blooms set this small tree afire in summer. Foliage is a
deep green turning molten oranges and reds in fall. It is a large shrub to
20'. 3-4' $34.95, 4-5' $49.95
Royal Delight’ — MW. Small garden owners,
here is the Crape Myrtle for you! Growing 4-5' this plant is a perfect focal
plant. Upright growing and multi stemmed. This shrub has deep green foliage
that is complemented summer through early fall with magenta flowers. Fall
foliage is orange and crimson. It has shown to be hardy to -18°F!
72377 Leptodermis oblonga
— (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-10) In full bloom the lovely lilac flowers
along with the lovely fragrance will attract attention. The flowers are
trumpet-shaped and shade from deep violet at the edges to white. The very center
is again deep violet. This 15 x 15'' upright shrublet will remind you of a dwarf
lilac except it doesn’t stop blooming. In warm summer areas it blooms from
summer into fall. There are taller varieties under the same name, but ours is
supposed to stay small. 6-12" $14.95
— (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-8)
— Syn. L. f. ‘Catesbaei’A compact,
dense, yet still graceful shrub that will be 2' high and 6' wide. It has
gleaming dark green foliage and white flowers. 1-2' $12.95
— The foliage is tricolor variegated, and becomes a rich bronze-purple in
winter. Grows to 5' tall and wide.2-3' $41.95
Lindera megaphylla — (20°F, USDA Zones
8-10) A native to southern China, it will grow to about 25’ and, if seed is
wanted, one must have both a male and a female plant. Our plants are seedlings.
Lindera obtusiloba -
Japanese Spicebush — (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9) A
deciduous multistemmed shrub of spreading habit to over 10' and similar width.
The large leaves are three lobed at the tip, turning in autumn from bright
summer green to a glorious butter yellow, with rich pink tints. In early spring,
mustard colored flowers appear. Prized in Japan, it deserves more recognition in
gardens of other countries. 3-4' $39.95
73243 Liquidambar styraciflua
‘Variegata’ — Syn. ‘Aurea’. Leaves are beautifully splashed and striped a
buttery yellow. 6-12" $14.95
73973 Loropetalum chinense
var. rubrum ‘Razzle Dazzle’ — Deep pink fringy blooms dazzle the eyes
in contrast to the purple bronze leaves. A terrific shrub to 8' grows in a
rounded shape and slightly untidily. Responds well to pruning, likes light
shade, and is great behind a bed of perennials! 1-2' $15.95
Mahonia x media
‘Underway’ — Bushy plant to 10’ or more. It has
the bright yellow flowers of the genus and flowers earlier in the fall than
others. 1-2' $8.95
- CRABAPPLE — (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-9)
73534 Malus sargentii
‘Candymint’ — A small tree (10' X 15' at maturity) with horizontal
branching. The prolific litht pink show off the branches and then one sees the
purple blushed green leaves. Truly a unique flowering tree.
— (0°F, USDA Zones 7-10) A large growing deciduous tree, reaching 35-50' over
time. A majestic single trunk is clothed with dark gray bark and supports a
dense canopy of rectangular foliage. For added interest white flowers appear in
April-May, maturing to 1-3" egg-shaped fruit, visible July through October.
— (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-9)
Morus alba ‘Paper
Dolls’ — (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9)
This mulberry is lovely with it’s dark green foliage edged in yellow. The
shrub grows eventually to 10' and is not as hardy as the species.
Morus alba ‘Ho-o’ -
Royal White Mulberry — (-10°F, USDA
Zones 6-9) Listed on the JC Raulston Arboretum’s Connoisseur Plants List
2004, and further described by them as "...the weirdest plant we grow..." We
too are fond of this unusual form it has heavily textured and warped leaves
it is said to appear as the mountain ranges on a topographic map. It will
grow in sun to part shade. Doesn’t your garden need some topography?
- HEAVENLY BAMBOO
— (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9)
‘Gulf Stream’ — (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9)
What a great little shrub! This dwarf grows to 3’x3'. A great moderate size.
Very nice! 6-12" $14.95
‘Lemon Hill’ — A true dwarf form, creating
a mounded plant of only 1'. Foliage is slightly smaller and is accented with
glorious yellow fruits after the blooming season.
- Tree Peony — (-40°F, USDA Zones 3-9) .
72153 Paeonia suffruticosa
‘Kinkaku’ (Golden Temple of Nara) — These flowers are awesome! Huge,
fully double yellow flowers with red, orange and buff ruffles. Quite
fragrant. 2 GAL $35.95
70926 Paeonia suffruticosa
‘Kinshi’ (Golden Bird) — The very double, golden-yellow flowers
resemble huge carnations and will add an area of sunny brightness in your
garden. 2 GAL $35.95
‘Renkaku’ — A large double form opening
creamy, deepening in color towards the center and becoming eventually fully
white. Blooms May and June. 2 GAL $35.95
‘Rimpoh’ — Flowers of very large size
and very deep red color form on this fine plant. The double petals open to
surround a cluster of golden yellow stamens. Exceptional!
2 GAL $35.95
‘Shimanishiki’ — Rare, two-tone
coloration on enormous double flowers make this flower the one to buy if you
have room for only one! The petals are bright crimson with white
variegation. Very showy! 2 GAL $35.95
‘Persian Spire’ — (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-9)This
Parrotia has a very narrow habit to 25' high. 4-5' $139.95
‘Coppertina’ PP#16,371 — This French hybrid is
a feast for the eyes with its coppery orange spring growth. As the season
progresses, the foliage deepens to red. This variety has the typical ninebark
habit, including its white blooms midseason that shine bright against the warm
colored foliage and are followed by red seed capsules. In winter the shredded
copper bark is a lovely sight on older stems; this is a year round performer!
6-12" $16.95, 2-3' $39.95
Beauty’ — (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-8) This dense,
erect, evergreen shrub has dark green glossy leaves to 3" long. In spring,
purplish red buds open to white flowers in semierect to pendent, terminal
panicles, 2-5" long. This shrub will reach about 10' tall and 6' wide. 1-2'
$42.95, 2-3' $49.95
— (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-8) (Lily of the Valley Bush)
73263 Pieris japonica
‘Cavatine’ — This crazy little plant looks like a dwarf rhododendron
with pointed leaves. ‘Cavatine’ is one of the best dwarf forms available
with its cold hardy, long lasting white flowers that completely cover the
plant late in the season. 1-2' $16.95
71862 Pieris japonica
var. yakushimanum ‘Prelude’ — This small growing,
compact variety has very dark green leaves and abundant amounts of creamy
colored flowers. In ten years time ‘Prelude’ will be a dome shaped shrub to
only 2'x2'. 6-12" $16.95
73967 Pistacia sinensis
‘Keith Davey’ — (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9) A sterile selection of Pistachio
from California that has been chosen for its tidier habit. Folks growing this
plant have commented that the already beautiful fall colors of pistachio are
even earlier and better in this form! 3-6"
Pittosporum tobira ‘Shiina’ — (20 F,
USDA Zones 9-10) A terrific small statured evergreen with lovely small light
green leaves with creamy edges. Shiina welcomes spring with fragrant creamy
white flowers. 2'x2'. 6-12" $16.95
‘Rhodoptera’ — (-5°F, USDA Zones 6-8) A lovely
form of this rock garden gem. Deep orchid pink flowers with yellow accent cover
the deep green, evergreen foliage. Grows to 5'' x 12''.
Populus trichocarpa —
Black Cottonwood — The largest growing of
the Balsam Poplars to 95' or larger in the wild. Early to emerge the buds are
are large and sticky. Leaves are papery and strongly scented of Balsam. In
maturity the bark is grey and ridged, young bark is silvery yellow and peeling.
Fall color is a bright yellow. 4-5' $29.95
- English Laurel — (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9)
‘Mt. Vernon’ — A slow growing, dwarf
variety, reaching a height of 2-3'. It is a useful accent or ground cover in
the rock garden. The bright and cheery evergreen foliage is accented with
fragrant white flowers in the spring and dark berries in the summer.
‘Otto Luyken’ — This is a very compact form
with narrower, shorter leaves to 4" long. The height should not exceed 3-4'
and the width will be 5-6'. 1-2' $9.95
Prunus lusitanica -
Portugal Laurel — (0°F, USDA Zones 7-9) A large
bushy evergreen shrub native to Spain and Portugal that can be used as a
splendid hedging plant. Slender, white, fragrant flower racemes up to 8" in
length appear in spring and early summer, which are replaced by red, turning to
dark purple, small round fruits. Slower growing than English laurel.
Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’ — One of the
most popular and hardiest of the flowering cherries. Even when young it blooms
quite heavily with a display of deep pink pendulous double flowers. The new
foliage appears with the flowers creating an illusion of bronze halos.
— (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9)
‘Government Red’ — A good selection with
berries abundant in the fall. This one has red berries instead of the usual
orange. 1-2' $10.95
‘Lalandei’ — (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9) A vigorous
P. coccinea cultivar with growth up to 10-15'. This selection is one of
the most widely grown and also one of the hardiest. Dark green leaves with
orange-red fruit. 1-2' $10.95
— (20°F, USDA Zones 9-10 ) An interesting
species in the Styrax family, this grows to be a small tree around 20'. It’s
habit is more broad than upright. The elliptic leaves can be up to 4'’ long and
have serrated edges. The May blooming, lightly fragrant, flowers are white,
cup-shaped and pendulous. The red fruits that follow are oblong and have 8-10
ridges. This species likes moist, neutral to acidic soils. Hillier’s Manual of
Trees and Shrubs expresses great appreciation for this plant: It is "equal to
the best Styrax. 3-4' $49.95
— (10°F, USDA Zones 8-10 ).
73522 Rhaphiolepis indica
‘Clara’ — A compact variety with white, 5 petalled, flowers with showy red
stamen. New growth has a red tone to the deep green. A great cultivar which we
are happy to present to you. 1-2' $16.95
73976 Rhus typhina
‘Bailtiger’ — Syn. Tiger Eye Sumac. This is it for great color in the
garden. Evan a small garden as it is more compact (6-8’
rounded bush) than the species. The new foliage is chartreuse with red veins
turning to yellow for summer and then a peachey red in fall! 4-5'
- CURRANT — See additional Listings in Fruiting
- Winter Currant — (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-9)
71766 Ribes sanguineum
‘Brocklebankii’ — Golden leaved form of currant prefers more shade in
hot summer days. Is slow growing to 4'x4', rose colored flowers mature into
red fruits. 2-3' $39.95
70433 Ribes sanguineum
‘Elk River Red’ — Produces masses of rich red flowers in early
spring. 1-2' $23.95
70434 Ribes sanguineum
‘King Edward VII’ — A compact form with dark red flowers. 1-2'
$23.95, 2-3' $39.95,
71651 Ribes sanguineum
‘Pulborough Scarlet’ — This variety flowers earlier than the species,
it has large red flowers with white centers. Strong grower. 1-2' $23.95
— (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-9)
70729 Robinia pseudoacacia
‘Frisia’ - Gold Locust — (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-9) This
artfully-shaped, smaller growing selection, stays slender in habit as it
develops graceful curves. Best pruned very little to achieve most artistic
form. The leaves of soft yellow-green retain a golden brilliance throughout
the heat of summer. In spring 4-7" racemes of creamy flowers open, offering
a mild but lovely fragrance to the morning air. An incredibly pleasing tree
when planted so the morning sunlight can backlight its leaves!
‘Twisty Baby’™ — What a great silhouette
this has in winter, it is a single to multistemmed small tree. Branches zig
and zag angularly for a full spreading crown. Mature size of the plant is
10'. The dark green leaves flutter in the lightest breeze for a fantastic
shimmering effect all season long. 1-2' $17.95, 2-3' $32.95,
Rosa glauca - Redleaf
Rose — (-40°F, USDA Zones 2-7) This "designer"
species rose has coppery new leaves opening to the most beautiful
gray-blue-green, with a tinge of pink. They are the perfect foil for the
classic, single flowers in shades of pink to darker rose. Large, globose red
fruit decorate this rose into winter. It grows 5-7' with graceful, arching
canes, and is fantastic as a single display element or mixed in the border. At
planting time, under plant with snow drops, crocus and small daffodils to add
interest until this simple lady unfolds her sophisticated beauty. Can tolerate
some shade. 6-12" $10.95
‘Emerald Carpet’ — (0°F, USDA Zones 7-9) Syn
R. calycinoides. An evergreen ground cover with leathery, leaves somewhat
crinkly on top and gray-felted beneath. Each leaf is three to five lobed and
about 1" long. The flowers are white. It is vigorous, yet not demanding, and
stays right on the ground. Can be used under other plants. Planted 24-30" apart,
it will make good coverage, and one plant can spread to 6'. An excellent ground
cover which should be used much more, as it can be planted in sun or shade.
— (0°F, USDA Zones 6-9)
72402 Skimmia japonica
Female — Has large, fire-engine-red berries! These remain through
winter. 1-2' $18.95
Male — Is slightly larger in size than the
female. 2-3' $18.95
japonica - Japanese Spiraea — (-30°F,
USDA Zones 4-9)
‘Genpei’ — Syn. ‘Shirobana’. This mounding
dwarf to 2' x 2' produces flowers of dark pink, rose, and white all on the
same plant. A sweet peppermint colored spirea for the border. 1-2' $24.95
‘Neon Flash’— Growing to 3-4' tall, 4-5'
wide. Bright, rosy pink flowers and purplish-tinted foliage.
Stewartia x henryae
‘Skyrocket’ — (S. monadelpha x S.
pseudocamellia) Another selection from Polly Hill Arboretum, this form is
strongly upright, flowers young and is a terrific option for smaller gardens.
73935 Stewartia pseudocamellia
‘Ballet’ — A slelction from the Polly Hill Arboretum, MA. These large, to
4'', blooms dance along lovely strong branches. The bark is the same patchy
multicolored bark we love but the growth habit is more spreading than the
species! 2-3' $49.95
73933 Sycoparrotia semidecidua
— (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-9) This rare plant is a hybrid of Sycopsis and
Parrotia. It is a semievergreen plant that takes on the best qualities of
both of its parents. The flowers consist of brightly colored yellow stamens with
red anther tips, most unusual. It’s fast growing and makes a very pretty small
tree. 1-2' $24.95
— Hungarian lilac. This central Europe, very
fragrant lilac, will make a strong bush from 6 to 10' tall. Its pink flowers
appear in early summer and as with most lilacs does not require much
maintenance. Just enjoy. 3-4' $35.95, 5-6' $49.95
Syringa pubescens ssp.
julianae ‘Her’s’ — A unusual lilac
in which the weeping habit begins while the tree is still young. Flowers are
deeper purple than the ssp. 4-5' in 10 years. 3-4' $19.95
- French Lilacs — (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-8)
‘Belle de Nancy’ — This old cultivar
provides a feast for the eyes as the variable pink flowers change from deep
purplish pink buds to lilac double flowers to mauve on the mature bloom.
Clustered panicles are narrow and long. One of the best!
— (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-8)
73498 Tilia cordata
‘Girard’s Pendula Nana’ — (-40°F, USDA Zones 3-8) This semipendulous
dwarf has a very slow growth rate but will eventually reach 9' x 7'. It has
very dense habit and only the tips of the branches droop. These small leaves
rarely exceed 1 ½’’. This exquisite plant would make a fantastic bonsai.
— (-20°F, USDA Zones 5-11)
72014 Toona sinensis‘Flamingo’
— Fabulous, STUNNING PINK new foliage is the highlight of this variety. In
the spring when it puts on its new growth you can see the plant from clear
across the garden, appearing as though covered with clouds of pink flowers.
Very showy and unusual, it grows in an upright column to 30' or more.
1-2' $44.95, 2-3' $54.95
Ulmus parviflora ‘Corticosa’— A gorgeous
smaller elm to 20x20. The foliage and branching are are even more beautiful
against the thickened corky bark. You’ll love this one!
Ulmus procera ‘Aurea’ — As the name implies
this is a yellow leaved variety. 2-3 $25.95
— See additional listings in Fruiting Section.
— (20°F, USDA Zones 9-10) Heavily textured blue-green leaves above and blue-gray
beneath. A mound forming, spreading evergreen shrub to 3' high and wide. It
produces pink-tinged white flowers in late spring with dark blue edible fruit.
If your winters don’t get too cold too often, this is one of the most beautiful
small shrubs in the nursery. The local shoppers all moan when we tell them its
hardiness. 1-2' $14.95
73551 Viburnum opulus
‘Leonard’s Dwarf’ — (-40°F, USDA Zones 3-8)Similar to ‘Compactum’, but a
little less dense, and larger than "Nanum’, but with the same rounded plant
habit. Nice fall color. 1-2' $14.95
— (-30°F, USDA Zones 4-9)
975 Weigela florida
‘Eyecatcher’ — This will truly catch your eye with its very bright
yellow foliage and rose red blooms. It is only 2' x 2', so it can be tucked
in anywhere you want to say "look here!"
70954 Weigela florida
‘My Moppet’ ppaf — Syn. ‘Verweig.’ A miniature form this variety will
only reach 18'’ in the best conditions. The foliage has green centers and
pink turning white edges. Spring flowers are light pink inside and darker
pink outside. 1-2' $27.95
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