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Ornamental shrubs and trees | New England

Visit Nutcracker Nursery & Tree Farm to buy ornamental shrubs and trees in New England!

Ornamental Shrubs for Landscape Decoration

Embellish your landscape or garden! Buy beautiful and colourful ornamental shrubs at Nutcracker Nursery & Tree Farm! We help narrow down your shrub selection process with our breathtaking ornamental shrubs of different flowers and textured foliage.

Our ornamental shrubs will give you the rich greenery you have been looking for. You can opt for the European mountain-ash (Sorbus aucuparia) if you live in the cool northern climate. Talk to our tree and plant experts for more information!

“A breathtaking selection of ornamental shrubs”

A Variety of Ornamental Shrubs

Nutcracker Nursery & Tree Farm has a large variety of ornamental shrubs that will seduce tree and plant lovers. These include:

Stop in every month or year to check our collection of new products!

“Our large collection of shrubs will seduce you”

A discount will be automatically calculated if at least 25 items are ordered regardless of the type:
25 to 50 = 5%
51 to 75 = 10%
76 to 150 = 15%
151 to 350 = 20%
351 and more = 25%
Discount from 30% to 40% for large quantities... request a quote by email
(Tetradium daniellii) (Tetradium daniellii)
(Tetradium daniellii)

Easily grown in consistently moist, moderately fertile, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light shade. May be grown from seed planted in the ground in fall. Plants exhibit rapid growth in early years. Tetradium daniellii, commonly called tetradium or bee bee tree, is native to Korea and southwestern... more

Easily grown in consistently moist, moderately fertile, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light... more

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Adam's needle Adam's needle
Adam's needle

Yucca filamentosa is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae native to the southeastern United States as far west as Louisiana, and along the East Coast from central Florida to southeast Virginia. They have become naturalized north along the East Coast to coastal Rhode Island and into parts of the... more

Yucca filamentosa is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae native to the southeastern... more

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American callicarp (Callicarpa americana)
American callicarp (Callicarpa americana)

The American callicarp is a species of deciduous shrub in the Verbenaceae family, remarkable for its production of bright purple berries in tight clusters along the stems. Callicarpa means 'pretty berry' in Greek. The berries, which persist into winter, are an important source of food for birds and other... more

The American callicarp is a species of deciduous shrub in the Verbenaceae family, remarkable for its... more

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American Elm  ''Morton Glossy Triumph'' American Elm  ''Morton Glossy Triumph''
American Elm ''Morton Glossy Triumph''

TRIUMPH™ elm zone 4b The TRIUMPH™ elm has very good resistance to Dutch elm disease (DED) and is resistant to elm yellows; it also has good resistance to elm leaf beetle. It is easily transplanted, quick to establish, and adaptable to most soil types. Large, lustrous, dark green summer foliage gives... more

TRIUMPH™ elm zone 4b The TRIUMPH™ elm has very good resistance to Dutch elm disease (DED) and... more

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American holly (Ilex opaca)
American holly (Ilex opaca)

A small tree native to the eastern United States, with dull-green evergreen foliage that is less thorny than common holly. Fruits are small spherical drupes, red, sometimes yellow or orange. They are reputed to be poisonous.

A small tree native to the eastern United States, with dull-green evergreen foliage that is less thorny than... more

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Anise magnolia (Magnolia saliciflora) Anise magnolia (Magnolia saliciflora)
Anise magnolia (Magnolia saliciflora)

Willow-leaved or Anise Magnolia, is from Japan. A small deciduous tree 25' tall, with narrow leaves with whitish undersides give this tree a fine texture. The 4" wide white scented flowers emerge in early spring before the leaves. The leaves are fragrant when crushed. The real deal, not x kewensis. Name... more

Willow-leaved or Anise Magnolia, is from Japan. A small deciduous tree 25' tall, with narrow leaves with... more

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Big leaf magnolia (Magnolia macrophylla) Big leaf magnolia (Magnolia macrophylla)
Big leaf magnolia (Magnolia macrophylla)

For minimal  protected zone 5b or 6a Bigleaf magnolia has huge leaves that are 12 to 36 inches long, and ivory-colored flowers that average 8 to 10 inches across. The tree's coarse appearance makes it difficult to use in residential areas. It can be used as a specimen tree or shade tree in parks or other... more

For minimal  protected zone 5b or 6a Bigleaf magnolia has huge leaves that are 12 to 36 inches long,... more

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Black locust  ''Purple robe'' robinia pseudoacacia Black locust  ''Purple robe'' robinia pseudoacacia
Black locust ''Purple robe'' robinia pseudoacacia

"Purple Robe" black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia "Purple Robe") can grow in some of the most difficult conditions and on a variety of sites. The tree reaches 30 to 50 feet tall at maturity, and its oval canopy spreads 20 to 35 feet wide. In spring, it blooms with fragrant and showy pinkish-purple... more

"Purple Robe" black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia "Purple Robe") can grow in some of the... more

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Black Spruce (Picea mariana) Black Spruce (Picea mariana)
Black Spruce (Picea mariana)

A small, slow-growing tree, up to 20 metres tall and 25 centimetres in diameter. It often has a characteristic cluster of branches at the top forming a club or crow's nest. Needles are blue-green, short, stiff, and four-sided. The needles are arranged in all directions along the twig or mostly pointing upwards.... more

A small, slow-growing tree, up to 20 metres tall and 25 centimetres in diameter. It often has a... more

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Blue baron rhododendron
Blue baron rhododendron

This evergreen rhododendron produces bright purple flower buds that open into flowers that are dark purple on the outside and pale purple on the inside. An adorable little rhododendron with small green leaves in summer, turning bronze in winter. An addition of acidophilic potting soil is essential for planting. A... more

This evergreen rhododendron produces bright purple flower buds that open into flowers that are dark purple... more

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Blue spruce 'BABY BLUE' Blue spruce 'BABY BLUE'
Blue spruce 'BABY BLUE'

Baby Blue Spruce Trees are a selection that will give you the bluest of the Blue Spruce Color. It stays slightly smaller than its cousin the Colorado Blue Spruce but will be much bluer. Baby Blue Spruce Trees are an improved strain of the Colorado Blue Spruce Tree. They are comparable to the best blue clones of... more

Baby Blue Spruce Trees are a selection that will give you the bluest of the Blue Spruce Color. It stays... more

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Boxwood  (Buxus sinica insul.) Boxwood  (Buxus sinica insul.)
Boxwood (Buxus sinica insul.)

Boxwood is renowned for its ease of pruning, which means it can be given almost any desired shape. Thanks to its small leaves and compact shape, boxwood is ideal for sculpting. For some of us, carving is a real passion and a true art. Its hard wood and tough leaves mean that it lasts a very long time, sometimes for... more

Boxwood is renowned for its ease of pruning, which means it can be given almost any desired shape. Thanks to... more

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Boxwood Wintergreen (Buxus sinica insul.) Boxwood Wintergreen (Buxus sinica insul.)
Boxwood Wintergreen (Buxus sinica insul.)

Greenish yellow flowers (separate male and female flowers on the same plant) appear in early spring. Flowers are insignificant but quite fragrant. Small, obovate, medium green leaves 

Greenish yellow flowers (separate male and female flowers on the same plant) appear in early spring. Flowers... more

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Catalpa bignonioides
Catalpa bignonioides

Zone 4 Catalpa bignonioides, the common catalpa, is a medium-sized deciduous tree in the Bignoniaceae family. It is native to the southeastern United States. Its large, slightly exotic leaves and rounded silhouette, combined with rapid growth, have made this species a valuable addition to parks and gardens.... more

Zone 4 Catalpa bignonioides, the common catalpa, is a medium-sized deciduous tree in the Bignoniaceae... more

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Chaenomeles  'Toyo-Nishiki' Chaenomeles  'Toyo-Nishiki'
Chaenomeles 'Toyo-Nishiki'

Z one 4a Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Best flowering occurs in full sun. Adapts to a wide range of soil conditions, but prefers well-drained loams. Established plants will tolerate dryish soils. Plants bloom on old growth. Avoid heavy pruning. Prune to... more

Z one 4a Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Best... more

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Chaenomeles X superba  ''Texas Scarlet'' Chaenomeles X superba  ''Texas Scarlet''
Chaenomeles X superba ''Texas Scarlet''

One look at ‘Texas Scarlet’ flowering quince in bloom and most gardeners are instantly sold. Though the display only lasts a week or two in early spring, the sight of the tomato-red flowers is unforgettable. During the rest of the season, ‘Texas Scarlet’ remains a wave of glossy green leaves... more

One look at ‘Texas Scarlet’ flowering quince in bloom and most gardeners are instantly sold.... more

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Chaenomeles X superba ''Jet trail''
Chaenomeles X superba ''Jet trail''

A spreading, yet compact, deciduous shrub excellent for mass plantings and borders. A beautiful early blooming white flower that can be use for cutting or to attract butterflies. Small quince fruit attracts birds. Deciduous.

A spreading, yet compact, deciduous shrub excellent for mass plantings and borders. A beautiful early... more

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Chaenomeles x superba ''Pink lady'' Chaenomeles x superba ''Pink lady''
Chaenomeles x superba ''Pink lady''

Zone 4a Chaenomeles are deciduous, usually spiny shrubs with simple leaves and cup-shaped, 5-petalled flowers, solitary or clustered, in spring, followed by edible often fragrant green or yellow fruits Details 'Pink Lady' is a small deciduous shrub of spreading habit, with glossy, obovate leaves to... more

Zone 4a Chaenomeles are deciduous, usually spiny shrubs with simple leaves and cup-shaped, 5-petalled... more

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Chinese elm (ulmus parviflora) Chinese elm (ulmus parviflora)
Chinese elm (ulmus parviflora)

for zone 3b with dutch elm disease resistant A small to medium, deciduous/semi deciduous tree with a wide spreading, vase-shaped to broadly rounded, canopy. The slender trunk has highly ornamental bark that, in older trees, will flake in irregular patches to reveal brownish-orange to green and grey mottled... more

for zone 3b with dutch elm disease resistant A small to medium, deciduous/semi deciduous tree with a... more

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Chionoides Rhododendron
Chionoides Rhododendron

A late to mid-season bloomer with large, rounded trusses, each holding a dozen or more clear white bell-shaped flowers with yellow dorsal blotches. The compact, dense form is wider than tall, with an excellent even growth habit. Exhibits good sun tolerance.  Hardiness zone: 5 Exposure: part shade

A late to mid-season bloomer with large, rounded trusses, each holding a dozen or more clear white... more

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Cold hardy Mimosa 'Albizia Julibrissin E-H Wilson' Cold hardy Mimosa 'Albizia Julibrissin E-H Wilson'
Cold hardy Mimosa 'Albizia Julibrissin E-H Wilson'

Zone protected 5b but more zone 6a-6b Bring a tropical vibe to your front yard landscaping, patio, or deck area with a beautiful E.H. Wilson Mimosa tree (a.k.a. E.H. Wilson Silk Tree).  This exotic, fast-growing tree quickly forms an arching canopy of tiny, delicate green leaves to shade a cozy sitting... more

Zone protected 5b but more zone 6a-6b Bring a tropical vibe to your front yard landscaping, patio,... more

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Colorado blue spruce, Picea pungens Glauca Colorado blue spruce, Picea pungens Glauca
Colorado blue spruce, Picea pungens Glauca

The blue spruce, green spruce, white spruce, Colorado spruce or Colorado blue spruce, with the scientific name Picea pungens, is a species of spruce tree. It is native to the Rocky Mountains of the United States. Its natural range extends from Colorado to Wyoming but it has been widely introduced elsewhere and is... more

The blue spruce, green spruce, white spruce, Colorado spruce or Colorado blue spruce, with the scientific... more

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Common Buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis) Common Buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis)
Common Buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis)

Common buttonbush is a multi-stemmed shrub which grows 6-12 ft. or occasionally taller. Leaves in pairs or in threes, petiolate; blade up to 8 inches long, ovate to narrower, sometimes 1/3 or less as wide as long, with a pointed tip and rounded to tapered base, smooth margins and glossy upper surface, lower surface... more

Common buttonbush is a multi-stemmed shrub which grows 6-12 ft. or occasionally taller. Leaves in pairs or... more

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Common lilac (Syringa vulgaris)
Common lilac (Syringa vulgaris)

White or purple flowers undetermined for zone 3

White or purple flowers undetermined for zone 3

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Common Ninebark (physocarpus opulifolius)
Common Ninebark (physocarpus opulifolius)

Until the late 1990s, common ninebark was a medium to large, multi-stemmed, green- or yellow-foliaged shrub with arching stems that had little appeal as a landscape plant. Newer cultivars now offer unique foliage color and smaller plant size. These ornamental traits in combination with the species' cold hardiness... more

Until the late 1990s, common ninebark was a medium to large, multi-stemmed, green- or yellow-foliaged shrub... more

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Crabapple  'Prairifire' Crabapple  'Prairifire'
Crabapple 'Prairifire'

Zone 3b An outstanding flowering tree with an upright form that becomes rounded with age. Reddish new foliage matures to a dark green. Lovely deep pink spring flowers produce persistent, small, dark red-purple fruit. A colorful accent for smaller landscapes. Deciduous.

Zone 3b An outstanding flowering tree with an upright form that becomes rounded with age. Reddish new... more

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Crabapple  'Profusion' Crabapple  'Profusion'
Crabapple 'Profusion'

Zone 3b Crabapple 'Profusion', Crab Apple 'Profusion', Malus 'Profusion' Noted for its abundance of colorful flowers, Malus 'Profusion' is an upright deciduous tree of spreading, rounded habit that is very showy in bloom. Opening from red buds, masses of fragrant, deep rose-pink... more

Zone 3b Crabapple 'Profusion', Crab Apple 'Profusion', Malus 'Profusion' Noted... more

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Crabapple  'Robinson' Crabapple  'Robinson'
Crabapple 'Robinson'

here are a few trees that could really be considered amazing spring bloomers - the kind that photographers search out for photoshoots and romantic comedies show lovers picnicking under. Robinson Crabapple Tree (Malus 'Robinson') sits at the top of that list. You'll be hard-pressed to find someone who... more

here are a few trees that could really be considered amazing spring bloomers - the kind that photographers... more

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Crabapple 'Adirondack'  (Malus Spp) Crabapple 'Adirondack'  (Malus Spp)
Crabapple 'Adirondack' (Malus Spp)

Adirondack crabapple is a small, disease-resistant, flowering tree with upright branches outlined by dark green foliage ideal for zone 3a-3b and very cold resistant. 'Adirondack' is consistently rated high across the country as being a superior crabapple. In spring, red buds open to white blossoms... more

Adirondack crabapple is a small, disease-resistant, flowering tree with upright branches outlined by dark... more

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Crabapple 'Harvest Gold'
Crabapple 'Harvest Gold'

Crabapple for zone 3 A lovely flowering garden tree with an upright form and a nicely rounded, oval crown. The showy, white blooms in spring produce bright gold crabapples in the fall. Wonderful for use as a landscape accent or grouped as a privacy screen. The crisp, attractive, dark green foliage turns yellow in... more

Crabapple for zone 3 A lovely flowering garden tree with an upright form and a nicely rounded, oval... more

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Crabapple 'Makamik'  (malus Spp) Crabapple 'Makamik'  (malus Spp)
Crabapple 'Makamik' (malus Spp)

The bright crimson buds open to single pale purple red flowers. Its striking, shiny purple foliage in the spring turns bronze-green in summer. Very tidy, well proportioned small tree well suited for small garden areas. Disease resistant. Hardy to zone 2b.

The bright crimson buds open to single pale purple red flowers. Its striking, shiny purple foliage in the... more

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Crabapple 'Rinki' Crabapple 'Rinki'
Crabapple 'Rinki'

Zone 3 Beautiful densely branched and columnar tree habit with sharply ascending branches. Produce pink buds open to fragrant, single, pale pink flowers before the leaves emerge. Flowers are followed by small, red crabapples very decorative. Leaves are medium green in the summer, turning yellow in the fall  

Zone 3 Beautiful densely branched and columnar tree habit with sharply ascending branches. Produce pink... more

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Crabapple 'Royal Raindrops' Crabapple 'Royal Raindrops'
Crabapple 'Royal Raindrops'

Zone 4 Crabapple featuring a very special purple foliage. Superior disease resistance plus heat and drought tolerance make this unique crabapple a crown jewel among trees Its red berries are persistent. Red rose blooming in the spring.

Zone 4 Crabapple featuring a very special purple foliage. Superior disease resistance plus heat and... more

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Crabapple 'Royalty' (malus Spp)
Crabapple 'Royalty' (malus Spp)

The Royalty Crabapple is an ornamental tree with brilliant color and fruit. One would look impressive as a shade or street tree in your yard. This is one of the best small trees  ( 4.5 m or 15' at maturity) there is for outstanding color. It’s simply one of the most beautiful trees you’ll ever... more

The Royalty Crabapple is an ornamental tree with brilliant color and fruit. One would look impressive as a... more

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Crabapple 'Scarlett'  (malus spp) Crabapple 'Scarlett'  (malus spp)
Crabapple 'Scarlett' (malus spp)

For zone 3a- 3b Attractive purple foliage, turning dark green later on, and finally scarlet and purple in the autumn. Rich pink blossoms and rich purple fruit. Height: 3 m Spread: 3 m Foliage: Purple Fall Colour: Copper Flower: Colour Pink

For zone 3a- 3b Attractive purple foliage, turning dark green later on, and finally scarlet and purple in... more

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Crabapple 'Selkirk' Crabapple 'Selkirk'
Crabapple 'Selkirk'

Zone 2 Selkirk Flowering Crab is blanketed in stunning clusters of fragrant rose flowers along the branches in mid spring before the leaves. It has attractive red green foliage throughout the season. The pointy leaves are ornamentally significant and turn yellow in fall. The fruits are showy bright red pomes... more

Zone 2 Selkirk Flowering Crab is blanketed in stunning clusters of fragrant rose flowers along the... more

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Crabapple 'Snowdrift'
Crabapple 'Snowdrift'

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Crabapple siberian Rosthern' Crabapple siberian Rosthern'
Crabapple siberian Rosthern'

Zone 2 Rosthern Siberian Crab Apple is covered in stunning clusters of fragrant white flowers along the branches in mid spring before the leaves. The fruits are showy red pomes carried in abundance from early fall to early winter. It has dark green foliage throughout the season. The pointy leaves turn yellow in... more

Zone 2 Rosthern Siberian Crab Apple is covered in stunning clusters of fragrant white flowers along the... more

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Eastern red-cedar, Juniperus virginiana Eastern red-cedar, Juniperus virginiana
Eastern red-cedar, Juniperus virginiana

Suitable for protected zone 3a Juniperus virginiana, its common names include red cedar, eastern red-cedar, eastern juniper, red juniper, aromatic cedar — is a species of juniper native to eastern North America from southeastern Canada to the Gulf of Mexico and east of the Great Plains. Further west it is... more

Suitable for protected zone 3a Juniperus virginiana, its common names include red cedar, eastern... more

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empress tree or princess tree (Paulownia tomentosa)
empress tree or princess tree (Paulownia tomentosa)

for zone 6 and over for flowers... but can be grown differently in zone 4 and 5 for leaves mass density Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Prefers sandy humusy loams with good drainage. Tolerates a wide range of soils including poor, dry ones, but dislikes unamended heavy clay soils... more

for zone 6 and over for flowers... but can be grown differently in zone 4 and 5 for leaves mass density ... more

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English Roseum
English Roseum

Evergreen Rhododendron. Its broad leaves are dark green above and pale green below. It has a compact habit and can withstand the heat of our summers. Creamy-white flowers. An addition of acidophilic potting soil is essential for planting. A spring application of acidifying fertilizer is recommended. Moist,... more

Evergreen Rhododendron. Its broad leaves are dark green above and pale green below. It has a compact habit... more

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Forsythia 'Northern Gold' Forsythia 'Northern Gold'
Forsythia 'Northern Gold'

Forsythia is a very fast blooming shrub that introduces early spring with beautiful yellow bell-shaped flowers. Forsythia will make a great addition to any landscape! Looking for a fast growing hedge? This is the flowering shrub you have. With beautiful yellow flowers every spring Height: 8 feet Width: 7 feet... more

Forsythia is a very fast blooming shrub that introduces early spring with beautiful yellow bell-shaped... more

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Fragrant Winterhazel (Corylopsis glabrescens) Fragrant Winterhazel (Corylopsis glabrescens)
Fragrant Winterhazel (Corylopsis glabrescens)

Corylopsis is a genus of nearly 30 species of shrubs in the witch hazel family, Hamamelidaceae, native to eastern Asia with the majority of species endemic in China but with some also in Japan, Korea, and the Himalayas. This genus is also known from the extinct specie  Corylopsis readae described from Eocene... more

Corylopsis is a genus of nearly 30 species of shrubs in the witch hazel family, Hamamelidaceae, native to... more

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Haaga rhododendron
Haaga rhododendron

An upright cultivar whose beauty is enhanced by the abundant production of deep pink flowers in spring and remains decorative all season long with its large, dark green evergreen foliage. Hardiness zone: 3 Exposure: part shade

An upright cultivar whose beauty is enhanced by the abundant production of deep pink flowers in spring and... more

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Hawthorn Crataegus x mordenensis Hawthorn Crataegus x mordenensis
Hawthorn Crataegus x mordenensis "Toba"

Zone 3 Beautiful flowering tree with interesting twisted trunk. Fragrant double flower clusters open white and darken to pink with age. Small red fruit in fall. Glossy green lobed leaves turn yellow in fall. Developed by Agriculture Canada at the Morden Research station.

Zone 3 Beautiful flowering tree with interesting twisted trunk. Fragrant double flower clusters open... more

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Hibiscus syriacus Hibiscus syriacus
Hibiscus syriacus

Hibiscus syriacus is a species of flowering plant in the family Malvaceae, native to much of Asia (though not, as Linnaeus thought, Syria, in spite of the name he gave it).Common names include rose of Sharon (especially in North America). Hibiscus syriacus is a hardy deciduous shrub. It is upright and vase-shaped,... more

Hibiscus syriacus is a species of flowering plant in the family Malvaceae, native to much of Asia (though... more

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Hibiscus syriacus 'red Heart' Hibiscus syriacus 'red Heart'
Hibiscus syriacus 'red Heart'

zone 5a A wonderfully distinctive variety of this old-fashioned favorite featuring ostentatious pure white flowers with the most prominent rich ruby-red blotch at the base of each petal surrounding a white stamen cone; commands attention in the garden Ornamental Features Red Heart Rose Of Sharon features bold... more

zone 5a A wonderfully distinctive variety of this old-fashioned favorite featuring ostentatious pure... more

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Honey-locust, Gleditsia tricanthos Honey-locust, Gleditsia tricanthos
Honey-locust, Gleditsia tricanthos

The honey locust, Gleditsia triacanthos , also known as the thorny locust, is a deciduous tree native to central North America where it is mostly found in the moist soil of river valleys ranging from southeastern South Dakota to New Orleans and central Texas, and as far east as eastern Massachusetts. The... more

The honey locust, Gleditsia triacanthos , also known as the thorny locust, is a deciduous tree native to... more

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Hybiscus syriacus 'lucy'
Hybiscus syriacus 'lucy'

zone 5a A somewhat smaller version of this rigidly upright shrub featuring very showy double magenta-pink flowers over a long period; ideal for the mixed garden border or in mass plantings Ornamental Features Lucy Rose Of Sharon features bold fuchsia round flowers with pink overtones along the branches from mid... more

zone 5a A somewhat smaller version of this rigidly upright shrub featuring very showy double magenta-pink... more

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Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringa reticulata) Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringa reticulata)
Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringa reticulata)

A first rate accent tree adorned with frothy upright panicles of creamy white flowers in early summer; interesting steel-gray bark and a dense, upright habit, an ideal choice for small home landscapes; needs full sun and well-drained soil. Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac features showy plumes of fragrant creamy white... more

A first rate accent tree adorned with frothy upright panicles of creamy white flowers in early summer;... more

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Japanese Cherry (prunus serrulata) Japanese Cherry (prunus serrulata)
Japanese Cherry (prunus serrulata)

The tree of small size seems to mature to the crabapple in term of size. It should be planted in zone 5a or 5b in a protected location. In spring, it has fragrant, semi-double pink flowers, which are sometimes followed by small black fruits that look like cherries. The young yellowish-green leaves turn green in... more

The tree of small size seems to mature to the crabapple in term of size. It should be planted in zone 5a or... more

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Japanese maple 'Atropurpureum' (Acer palmatum) Japanese maple 'Atropurpureum' (Acer palmatum)
Japanese maple 'Atropurpureum' (Acer palmatum)

This red leaf Japanese maple has finely-divided, lacy leaves of a deep red in the spring but foliage color fades to light green in early summer. Leaves take on a beautiful golden, orange or red color in fall. A small, deciduous tree with delicate, upright branches, 'Atropurpureum' Japanese maple reaches a... more

This red leaf Japanese maple has finely-divided, lacy leaves of a deep red in the spring but foliage color... more

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Katsura tree, (Cerciciphyllum japonicum) Katsura tree, (Cerciciphyllum japonicum)
Katsura tree, (Cerciciphyllum japonicum)

Cercidiphyllum is a genus containing two species of plants, both commonly called katsura. They are the sole members of the monotypic family Cercidiphyllaceae. The genus is native to Japan and China and unrelated to Cercis (redbuds). The type specie, Cercidiphyllum japonicum , can reach 45 m (148 ft) in... more

Cercidiphyllum is a genus containing two species of plants, both commonly called katsura. They are the sole... more

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Kobushi Magnolia, Magnolia Kobus Kobushi Magnolia, Magnolia Kobus
Kobushi Magnolia, Magnolia Kobus

Magnolia kobus, known as the Kobushi magnolia or Kobus magnolia, is a species of Magnolia native to Japan and occasionally cultivated in temperate areas. It is a deciduous, small to tall tree which has a slow rate of growth but can reach 8–15 m (25–75 ft) in height and up to 10 m (35 ft) in... more

Magnolia kobus, known as the Kobushi magnolia or Kobus magnolia, is a species of Magnolia native to Japan... more

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Lewis Mockorange (Philadelphus lewisii) Lewis Mockorange (Philadelphus lewisii)
Lewis Mockorange (Philadelphus lewisii)

Philadelphus lewisii (Lewis' mock-orange) is a deciduous shrub native to western North America, from northwestern California in the Sierra Nevada, north to southern British Columbia, and east to Idaho and Montana. It is widespread but not very common, usually appearing as an individual plant amongst other... more

Philadelphus lewisii (Lewis' mock-orange) is a deciduous shrub native to western North America, from... more

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Magnolia 'Ann' Magnolia liliiflora Magnolia 'Ann' Magnolia liliiflora
Magnolia 'Ann' Magnolia liliiflora

Magnolia liliiflora (variously known by many names, including Mulan magnolia, purple magnolia, red magnolia, lily magnolia, tulip magnolia, Jane magnolia and woody-orchid) is a small tree native to southwest China (in Sichuan and Yunnan), but cultivated for centuries elsewhere in China and also Japan. It was first... more

Magnolia liliiflora (variously known by many names, including Mulan magnolia, purple magnolia, red magnolia,... more

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Magnolia Accuminata Yellow Bird Magnolia Accuminata Yellow Bird
Magnolia Accuminata Yellow Bird

Zone 4b 'Yellow Bird' is an artificial hybrid cultivar introduced from the Brooklyn Botanical Garden in the Magnoliaceae (magnolia) family.  This deciduous tree reaches a height of 40 feet and a width of 25 feet with a pyramidal habit when young, maturing to a more rounded crown. Unlike... more

Zone 4b 'Yellow Bird' is an artificial hybrid cultivar introduced from the Brooklyn Botanical... more

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Magnolia acuminata Magnolia acuminata
Magnolia acuminata

Zone 5 Considered one of the most beautiful yellow-flowered magnolias! Its intense yellow flowers appear before foliage sets. Choose a location protected from strong winter winds. Use as an isolated plant. Winter protection strongly recommended for the first few years.

Zone 5 Considered one of the most beautiful yellow-flowered magnolias! Its intense yellow flowers... more

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Magnolia BUTTERFLIES Yellow Flowering grafted  Magnolia BUTTERFLIES Yellow Flowering grafted
Magnolia BUTTERFLIES Yellow Flowering grafted

zone 5 Culture Best grown in organically rich, neutral to slightly acidic, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Appreciates a root-zone mulch to help retain soil moisture. Also appreciates a location protected from strong winds, but avoid warm southern exposures which may promote... more

zone 5 Culture Best grown in organically rich, neutral to slightly acidic, medium moisture, well-drained... more

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Magnolia Delavayi
Magnolia Delavayi

Magnolia delavayi is a superb, medium-sized ornamental tree with large, grey-green leaves and large, deliciously fragrant cream flowers from midsummer to autumn. Moderately hardy (up to -12°C) , it requires a location sheltered from cold winter winds, a sunny or semi-shady exposure, and neutral to acidic,... more

Magnolia delavayi is a superb, medium-sized ornamental tree with large, grey-green leaves and large,... more

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Magnolia Galaxy grafted Magnolia Galaxy grafted
Magnolia Galaxy grafted

NEW  / Zone 5 Magnolia 'Galaxy' is an interesting American variety for its very regular habit, its rapid growth, and its wonderful flowering, which is early, abundant, prolonged and original. From the end of winter, before the leaves appear, its branches are covered with erect flowers which resemble... more

NEW  / Zone 5 Magnolia 'Galaxy' is an interesting American variety for its very regular... more

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Magnolia Susan Magnolia Susan
Magnolia Susan

Large, elongated, fragrant purple flowers 10 to 15 cm in diameter. Pruning: Not necessary. If necessary, prune soon after flowering.   Hardiness zone: 5 Exposure: Sun

Large, elongated, fragrant purple flowers 10 to 15 cm in diameter. Pruning: Not necessary. If necessary,... more

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Magnolia x loebneri Magnolia x loebneri
Magnolia x loebneri "Dr Merrill"

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Oyama Magnolia, Magnolia Sieboldii Oyama Magnolia, Magnolia Sieboldii
Oyama Magnolia, Magnolia Sieboldii

Magnolia sieboldii, Siebold's Magnolia, also known as Oyama Magnolia, is a species of Magnolia native to east Asia in China, Japan, and Korea. Magnolia sieboldii is a large shrub or small tree 5–10 m tall (16-32 feet). The stalks, young leaves, young twigs and young buds are downy. The leaves are elliptical... more

Magnolia sieboldii, Siebold's Magnolia, also known as Oyama Magnolia, is a species of Magnolia native to... more

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PJM Rhododendron PJM Rhododendron
PJM Rhododendron

Best grown in acidic, humusy, organically rich, moisture-retentive but well-drained soils in part shade to full shade. Prefers a sun dappled shade. Foliage may scorch in full sun. Acidify soils prior to planting and thereafter as needed. Plant in a location protected from strong winter winds. Good soil drainage is... more

Best grown in acidic, humusy, organically rich, moisture-retentive but well-drained soils in part shade to... more

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Rhododendron ‘Capistrano’
Rhododendron ‘Capistrano’

A large-leafed evergreen variety that bears umbels of pale yellow flowers in spring. Of all the rhododendrons, this one is a late bloomer. It's also a tall variety, which needs to be protected from strong winds. Like all rhododendrons, this one likes very acid soils. Hardiness zone: 5 Exposure: part shade... more

A large-leafed evergreen variety that bears umbels of pale yellow flowers in spring. Of all the... more

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Rhododendron cunningham white
Rhododendron cunningham white

A compact Rhododendron with pretty, slightly pinkish-white flowers in May, produced from mauve-pink buds. Glossy green evergreen foliage. An addition of acidophilic potting soil is essential for planting. A spring application of acidifying fertilizer is recommended. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended. ... more

A compact Rhododendron with pretty, slightly pinkish-white flowers in May, produced from mauve-pink buds.... more

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Rigorous rose (Rosa Rugosa Alba) Rigorous rose (Rosa Rugosa Alba)
Rigorous rose (Rosa Rugosa Alba)

This lovely rose is much under-rated as a garden and landscape plant. Its spiny stems and large rough-textured leaves quickly form a dense barrier, making it a good informal hedge which only needs pruning once a year in early spring. The large, bowl-shaped flowers with their mass of golden stamens are heavily scented... more

This lovely rose is much under-rated as a garden and landscape plant. Its spiny stems and large... more

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Rosa Blanda Rosa Blanda
Rosa Blanda

Rosa blanda, commonly known as the smooth rose,[1][2] meadow/wild rose, or prairie rose, is a species of rose native to North America. Among roses, it is closest to come to a "thornless" rose, with just a few thorns at the base. The meadow rose occurs as a colony-forming shrub growing to 1 m... more

Rosa blanda, commonly known as the smooth rose,[1][2] meadow/wild rose, or prairie rose, is a species of... more

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Rough Rose (Rosa rugosa rubra) Rough Rose (Rosa rugosa rubra)
Rough Rose (Rosa rugosa rubra)

This lovely rose is much under-rated as a garden and landscape plant. Its spiny stems and large rough-textured leaves quickly form a dense barrier, making it a good informal hedge which only needs pruning once a year in early spring. The large, bowl-shaped flowers with their mass of golden stamens are heavily scented... more

This lovely rose is much under-rated as a garden and landscape plant. Its spiny stems and large... more

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Russian Olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia) Russian Olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia)
Russian Olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia)

Elaeagnus angustifolia, commonly called Russian olive, silver berry,oleaster, Persian olive, or wild olive, is a species of Elaeagnus, native to western and central Asia, Afghanistan, from southern Russia and Kazakhstan to Turkey and Iran. It is now also widely established in North America as an introduced species. ... more

Elaeagnus angustifolia, commonly called Russian olive, silver berry,oleaster, Persian olive, or wild olive,... more

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Sargentii crabapple (malus spp)
Sargentii crabapple (malus spp)

Culture Best grown in medium moisture, well-drained, acidic loams in full sun. Adapts to a wide range of soils. Established trees have some drought tolerance. Although some flowers may be lost, it is best to prune this tree as needed in late winter. Spring pruning should be avoided as it produces fresh, open cuts... more

Culture Best grown in medium moisture, well-drained, acidic loams in full sun. Adapts to a wide range of... more

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Saucer magnolia,  Magnolia soulangeana Saucer magnolia,  Magnolia soulangeana
Saucer magnolia, Magnolia soulangeana

For hardiness zone 5 and over. Possible to try this specimen in wind protected area in 4b Best grown in moist, acidic, organically rich, well-drained loams in full sun to part shade. Generally intolerant of soil extremes (dry or wet). Site in locations protected from strong winds, but avoid southern exposures... more

For hardiness zone 5 and over. Possible to try this specimen in wind protected area in 4b Best grown in... more

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Slippery Elm, (Ulmus rubra) Slippery Elm, (Ulmus rubra)
Slippery Elm, (Ulmus rubra)

Grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerant of light shade. Prefers rich, moist loams. Adapts to both wet and dry sites. Generally tolerant of urban conditions. Less susceptible to Dutch elm disease. hardy to zone 3b Noteworthy Characteristics Slippery elm is a medium sized,... more

Grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerant of light shade. Prefers rich,... more

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small soapweed (Yucca glauca) small soapweed (Yucca glauca)
small soapweed (Yucca glauca)

Yucca glauca (syn. Yucca angustifolia) is a species of perennial evergreen plant, adapted to xeric (dry) growth conditions. It is also known as small soapweed, soapweed yucca, Great Plains yucca and beargrass. Yucca glauca forms colonies of rosettes. Leaves are long and narrow, up to 60 cm long bur rarely more... more

Yucca glauca (syn. Yucca angustifolia) is a species of perennial evergreen plant, adapted to xeric (dry)... more

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Snowball tree (Viburnum opulus) Snowball tree (Viburnum opulus)
Snowball tree (Viburnum opulus)

Viburnum opulus is a deciduous Shrub growing to 5 m (16ft) by 5 m (16ft) at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 3 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from Jun to July, and the seeds ripen from Sep to October. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects,... more

Viburnum opulus is a deciduous Shrub growing to 5 m (16ft) by 5 m (16ft) at a medium rate. It is hardy to... more

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Star Magnolia, Magnolia stellata Star Magnolia, Magnolia stellata
Star Magnolia, Magnolia stellata

Magnolia stellata , sometimes called the star magnolia, is a slow-growing shrub or small tree native to Japan. It bears large, showy white or pink flowers in early spring, before its leaves open. This specie is closely related to the Kobushi magnolia ( Magnolia kobus ), and is treated by many botanists as a... more

Magnolia stellata , sometimes called the star magnolia, is a slow-growing shrub or small tree native to... more

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Stewartia Pseudocamellia Stewartia Pseudocamellia
Stewartia Pseudocamellia

Zone 5b One of the most beautiful small trees for the landscape, Japanese stewartia has delightful, saucer-shaped, white flowers that sparkle on the branches in early summer. Its dark green leaves become a riot of saturated oranges and flaming brilliant reds in the autumn. As the tree matures, a beautiful... more

Zone 5b One of the most beautiful small trees for the landscape, Japanese stewartia has delightful,... more

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swamp rose-mallow (hibiscus moscheutos) swamp rose-mallow (hibiscus moscheutos)
swamp rose-mallow (hibiscus moscheutos)

Hibiscus moscheutos, also commonly known as swamp rose mallow, is a beautiful perennial plant with attractive pink or white flowers that bloom from July to September. It is native from southern to eastern North America. The swamp rose mallow is grown in conditions that have moist to wet soil and primarily full sun.... more

Hibiscus moscheutos, also commonly known as swamp rose mallow, is a beautiful perennial plant with... more

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Sweet mock orange Philadelphus 'Bouquet Blanc' Sweet mock orange Philadelphus 'Bouquet Blanc'
Sweet mock orange Philadelphus 'Bouquet Blanc'

Fountain-like, deciduous shrub with fragrant, white, late spring or early summer flowers. An old fashioned favorite, at home in the shrub border. Allow ample room for arching branches. Remove oldest branches (back to ground) right after plant has finished flowering. ‘Bouquet Blanc’ has semi-double to... more

Fountain-like, deciduous shrub with fragrant, white, late spring or early summer flowers. An old fashioned... more

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Sweet mock-orange Philadelphus coronarius Sweet mock-orange Philadelphus coronarius
Sweet mock-orange Philadelphus coronarius

Philadelphus coronarius (sweet mock-orange, English dogwood) is a species of flowering plant in the family Hydrangaceae, native to Southern Europe. It is a deciduous shrub growing to 3 m (10 ft) tall by 2.5 m (8 ft) wide, with toothed leaves and bowl-shaped white flowers with prominent stamens. In... more

Philadelphus coronarius (sweet mock-orange, English dogwood) is a species of flowering plant in the family... more

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Sweetbay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana) Sweetbay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana)
Sweetbay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana)

Magnolia virginiana Sweetbay magnolia is a late-blooming tree native to the eastern United States. It has fragrant, creamy-white flowers and glossy, dark green leaves with silvery undersides. This small tree is an excellent choice near patios, wood edges, and shrub borders. It is also tolerant of wet sites, such... more

Magnolia virginiana Sweetbay magnolia is a late-blooming tree native to the eastern United States. It... more

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Threadleaf Falsecypress 'Filifera Nana Aurea' (Chamaecyparis pisifera) Threadleaf Falsecypress 'Filifera Nana Aurea' (Chamaecyparis pisifera)
Threadleaf Falsecypress 'Filifera Nana Aurea' (Chamaecyparis pisifera)

Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Best in part shade. Prefers moist, fertile soils. Avoid wet, poorly-drained soils. Shelter from strong winds. Pruning is rarely needed. Noteworthy Characteristics Chamaecyparis pisifera, commonly known as Sawara cypress, is a... more

Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Best in part shade.... more

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Tri-lights Azalea
Tri-lights Azalea

Deep rose buds that open to wavy edged flowers that are soft pink with white overtones and a yellow blotch.  Hardiness zone: 5 Exposure: Semi-shade

Deep rose buds that open to wavy edged flowers that are soft pink with white overtones and a yellow... more

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Umbrella Catalpa
Umbrella Catalpa

A deciduous shrub with a globular, flat-topped habit and a rounded, dense, regular crown. Straight trunk with light-brown bark. Fast-growing, hardy in zone 5b. Requires full sun exposure.

A deciduous shrub with a globular, flat-topped habit and a rounded, dense, regular crown. Straight trunk... more

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Viburnum lantana mohican Viburnum lantana mohican
Viburnum lantana mohican

Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Better drought tolerance than most other viburnums. Prune immediately after flowering since flower buds form in summer for the following year. Noteworthy Characteristics This wayfaring tree cultivar is a compact, dense, upright,... more

Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Better drought... more

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White cedar for hedge White cedar for hedge
White cedar for hedge

The ideal cedar for hedges. Unlike other decorative cedars, which remain pyramidal.

The ideal cedar for hedges. Unlike other decorative cedars, which remain pyramidal.

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White spruce, Picea glauca White spruce, Picea glauca
White spruce, Picea glauca

Best grown in moist, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light shade. Best performance is in cold winter climates with cool summers. Site in areas with good air circulation to help rid the dense foliage of moisture. Somewhat intolerant of urban stresses such as air pollutants and salt spray. Plants will... more

Best grown in moist, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light shade. Best performance is in cold... more

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Wild rose (Rosa rubrifolia) Wild rose (Rosa rubrifolia)
Wild rose (Rosa rubrifolia)

(R. rubrifolia) is a species of rose native to the mountains of central and southern Europe, from Spanish Pyrenees east to Bulgaria, and north to Germany and Poland. It is also found as an introduced species as far north as Scandinavia and Finland. Description Rosa glauca is a deciduous arching shrub of... more

(R. rubrifolia) is a species of rose native to the mountains of central and southern Europe, from... more

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Winged Euonymus, Burning bush Winged Euonymus, Burning bush
Winged Euonymus, Burning bush

Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerates close to full shade, but usually at the expense of diminished fall color quality. This is an adaptable shrub that tolerates a wide range of soils except for wet, poorly-drained ones. Plants appreciate consistent moisture,... more

Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerates close to... more

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Wisteria
Wisteria

A woody climber straight from Japan, Wisteria is a specimen known for its vigor and hardiness (it can withstand -20°C), and much appreciated for its magnificent clusters of fragrant flowers and thick foliage. Deciduous, its leaves can reach 20 to 40cm in length and are divided into fifteen light-green leaflets. ... more

A woody climber straight from Japan, Wisteria is a specimen known for its vigor and hardiness (it can... more

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Yew Taunton (Taxus 'Tauntoni')
Yew Taunton (Taxus 'Tauntoni')

Dense spreading habit. Dark green foliage shows good resistance to winter burn and good heat tolerance. Sun or shade Height: 3-4 ft Width: 4-6 ft Soil Conditions: Moist/Well Drained Hardiness Zone: 4 TO 8

Dense spreading habit. Dark green foliage shows good resistance to winter burn and good heat tolerance. Sun... more

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