Abelia ‘Edward Goucher’Zone 6-9 Pink Abelia Pink flowers June-frost, semi-evergreen shrub to 5’x5’ Abelia grandiflora ‘Kaleidoscope’Zone 6-9 Kaleidoscope Abelia White flowers late summer into fall, foliage is yellow with green centers, leaves turn yellow, orange & red in fall. 2.5’h x 3’w Abelia x grandifloraZone 6-9 Glossy Abelia White-pink flowers June-Sept. Glossy green semi-evergreen foliage, 3-6’ h x w Acer griseumZone 5-8
Paperbark Maple Green leaves turn red in fall. Exfoliating bark reveals cinnamon color stem. Oval to rounded head. Small tree 20-30’h Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’ Zone 6-8 Bloodgood Japanese Maple Best deep red-purple color, non-dissected leaf. Slow-growing rounded head. Purple-red flowers in spring, deep reddish-purple summer foliage, red samaras in late summer into fall and good crimson-red fall color. 15-20’h Acer palmatum var dissectum’Crimson Queen’Zone 6-8 Crimson queen Maple Dwarf mounding habit with cascading branches covered with bright crimson red finely dissected foliage. 6-10’ h x w Acer palmatum var dissectum ‘Inaba Shidare’Zone 6-8 Inaba Shidare Maple More upright grower than most dissectums, but has a cascading habit. The large 6” dissected deep purple-red leaves retain their color better than most cultivars in summer. Fall color is crimson red. 8-10’h x w Acer palmatum var dissectum ‘Red Dragon’Zone 5-8 Red Dragon Maple This deep purple red dissectum keeps its color well in sun and shade. Cascading habit. Spring foliage is bright scarlet turning dark burgundy in summer. Fall color is bright scarlet. Red Dragon is smaller than Crimson Queen. Requires protection from wind and summer drought but makes an excellent landscape or container specimen. 7’h x w Acer palmatum var dissectum ‘Tamukeyama’Zone 5-8 Tamukeyama Maple Purple dissected leaves, retains color in heat & humidity of summer. Generally considered to be the most heat tolerant of the red laceleaf dissectums The new foliage is a deep crimson red changing to dark purple-red. Bright scarlet fall color. A very hardy plant. Cascading habit, 6-10’ head at maturity. Acer palmatum var dissectum ‘Waterfall’Zone 5-8 Waterfall Maple One of the best green leaf dissectums. Bright green dissected leaves.Cascading branches form a beautiful waterfall effect. Fall color is gold & crimson. Weeping and graceful. 10' h x w Acer palmatum ‘Fireglow’Zone 6-8 Fireglow Maple Small tree with a graceful habit. Similar toBloodgood with deeper red color. Holds its red color in the heat & humidity of summer. Fall color is crimson. 8-10’ h x w Acer palmatum ‘Red Emperor’Zone 5-8 Red Emperor Maple Compact, brilliant purple-leafed variety. Vase-like habit. Holds its purple color in hot humid climates. Fall color is wine red. Perfect for the patio, front yard specimen or focal point in the perennial bed. 15’h x w Acer palmatum ‘Tropmenberg’Zone 5-8 New growth is a fairly bright red and becomes a glossy black or purple-red in summer. Tends to hold color well in the heat of summer. Interesting rolled leaf lobes, form long, narrow half-cylinders. Fall color is crimson. Also known as Dragon’s Paw Maple. Acer platanoides ‘Crimson King’-Zone 4-7 Crimson King Norway Maple- Dark maroon leaves throughout the growing season. Slow growing. 40’-50’h Acer platanoides ‘Emerald Queen’-Zone 4-7 Emerald Queen Norway Maple- Dark green leaves turn yellow in fall. Oval to rounded head. Good for urban plantings. 50’h x 40’w Acer rubrum ‘Armstrong’Zone 3-9 Armstrong Red Maple Fastigiate, upright habit, silver-gray bark. 50-70’h x 15’w Acer rubrum October Glory, ‘Red Sunset’Zone 3-9 Red Maple varieties Oval to rounded habit, dark green leaves turn orange to red in fall. Tolerates wet soil. 40-50’h Acer saccharum ‘Green Mountain’, ‘Legacy’Zone 4-8 Sugar Maple varieties Green leaves change to yellow and red in the fall. Good heat & drought tolerance. These cultivars have oval to rounded habits, 60’+ h Aesculus x carnea ‘Briotii’Zone 4-7 Red Horse Chestnut Broad rounded head, red flowers in May. 30-40’h x w. Aesculus x carnea ‘O’ Neill Red’Zone 5-9 O’Neill Red Horse Chestnut Beautiful, round-headed tree. Well-suited for use in smaller yards. Long, dense clusters of single, bright red flowers are very attractive. Deciduous.Slow grower to 35’h x 25’w. Amelanchier arborea ‘Robin Hill’Zone 4-9 Shadblow or Serviceberry Pink buds open to white flowers. Yellow and red fall color. 20-30’h and up to 15’w. Amelanchier canadensisZone 3-7 Shadblow or Serviceberry Upright, multi-stemmed shrub can reach 20’+h, yellow gold fall color. White flowers in early spring. Aucuba japonicaZone 7-10 Japanese Aucuba ‘Mr. Goldstrike’, ‘Serratifolia’, ‘Variegata’‘Gold Dust’ green leaves with gold splashes & flecks. ‘Serratifolia’ is a green variety with serrated edges. Needs to be planted in shaded area. Height up to 6’ Encore AzaleasZone 7-10 Azaleas that bloom three times a year, Spring, Summer and Fall in an assortment of colors and sizes. Some of the varieties we offer: Azalea Encore ‘Autumn Amethyst’- Dark lavender single blooms, green leaves have purple winter color. A more cold hardy variety of Encore. 4’h x w. 2” Azalea Encore ‘Autumn Angel’- Lovely 3” single white blooms. Plant grows to 3’h x w Azalea Encore ‘Autumn Debutante’-Light pink flowers are single and 3” across. 4’h x w. Azalea Encore ‘Autumn Rouge’-Semi-double blooms of deep rose pink. 4’h x 4.5’w. Azalea Encore ‘Autumn Sangria’-Huge 3.5” single blooms of dark pink. 4.5’h x 4’w. Azalea Delaware Valley WhiteZone 5-8 Large 2" single to semi-double white flowers in late May. Evergreen, spreading grower with large medium green leaves and will grow to 4' h x w. Yellow fall color. Azalea ‘Girard Pleasant White’Zone 5-8 Single, rounded white flowers up to 3" across on this Girard hybrid Azalea. Large, spreading habit makes it very useful in the landscape. 2-3’ h x w. Azalea ‘Gumpo Pink’Zone 7-10 Evergreen Azalea to 2’h x 3’w. Pink 3” flowers May-early June. Azalea ‘Gumpo White’Zone 7-10 Evergreen Azalea to 2’h x 3’w. White 3” flowers May-early June. Azalea ‘Hino Crimson’Zone 5-8 A low-growing, compact plant with single crimson colored flowers in May. The glossy, dark green leaves are small and turn bronze in winter. 2-3’ h x w Berberis thunbergii ‘Concord’Zone 4-8 Concord Barberry Compact habit, slow-growing 2’h x 3’w. Holds deep purple color in the heat of summer. Berberis thunbergii ‘Bonanza Gold’Zone 4-8 Bonanza Gold Japanese Barberry Dwarf, dense mound, golden foliage.18”h x 36”w Berberis thunbergii ‘Crimson Pygmy’Zone 4-8 Crimson Pygmy Japanese Barberry Reddish-purple foliage, compact, dense rounded habit 2’h x 3’w. Berberis thunbergii ‘Rose Glow’Zone 4-8 Rose Glow Barberry Foliage is rose-pink mottled with red-purple. Small shrub to 5’h Betula nigraZone 4-7 River Birch Oval habit rounds with maturity. Tolerates wet soil and heat. Bark is exfoliating exposing cinnamon brown inner bark. Up to 50’h Betula nigra ‘Dura Heat’Zone 3-7 Dura Heat River Birch Glossy, dark green leaves adorn this birch. Exfoliating bark is whitish with shades of orangey-brown. 40’h x 25’w Betula nigra ‘Heritage’Zone 4-9 Fast-growing tree can be grown either single of multi-stemmed. Exfoliating bark in shades of cinnamon, salmon and brown reveals a creamy white inner bark. Good yellow fall color, and good disease and pest resistance. 40’h x 25’w Buddleia davidiiZone 5-9 Butterfly Bush Multi-stem shrub, blooms in many colors. Attracts butterflies. ‘Black Knight’-Deep violet flowers 8-10’h ‘Nanho Blue’-Mauve-blue flowers to 8’h ‘Nanho Purple’-Magenta-purple flowers spreading habit to 5’h ‘Petite Indigo’-Lilac-blue flowers, to 6’h ‘Pink Delight’-Pink fragrant flowers to 8’h ‘Royal Red’-purple red flowers, 10’+h ‘Tri-Color’-combination of pink, purple & white flowers 5-10’h ‘White Profusion’-white flowers with yellow eyes, 6-10’h Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruiticosa’Zone 5-8 Dwarf English Boxwood Dense, compact habit, slow-growing, good for edging and small hedges. 3’h x w Buxus x ‘Green Mountain’Zone 4-9 Green Mountain Boxwood Dark green foliage, forms a wide pyramid, upright habit 5’h x 3’w. Good hedge. Buxus x ‘Green Velvet’Zone 4-9 Green Velvet Boxwood Dark green foliage, forms a mound. 3-4’ h x w. Good low hedge. Buxus microphylla ‘Wintergreen’Zone 6-9 Wintergreen Boxwood Smaller light green leaves, does well in colder climates. Good for low hedges. 3-4’h x w. Callicarpa dichotoma ‘Early Amethyst’Zone 5-8 Beautyberry Small pink-purple flowers in summer. Produces lots of light purple fruits after it is done flowering. Spreading habit with graceful arching branches. 3-4’h x w. Camellia Camellias are evergreen and grow best in partial shade with good drainage. Be careful not to plant deeper than the soil level in the container.Once established they have good drought tolerance. Bloom time, depending on species is either in fall, winter or early spring. Careful siting in the landscape is beneficial; a little protection goes a long way. Camellia ‘Ack Scent’Zone 7-10 Pink medium to large peony-shaped flower.Blooms early spring. Japonica hybrid, medium upright habit. 15’h x 8’w Camellia ‘Pink Icicle’ Zone 6-9 Shell pink peony-type blooms Feb-March, upright 5-7’h April Series Camellia -Japonica hybridsZone 6-10 Spring-blooming camellias that are cold hardy. Upright habit, 6-8’h. ‘April Kiss’-Rose-red double flower, early bloomer. ‘April Remembered’- Semi-double flowers, cream to pink, early-late bloom. ‘April Snow’-White double flowers, late-season bloom. ‘April Tryst’-Red anemone type flowers, mid-season bloom. Winter Series CamelliaZone 6-10 Fall-blooming camellias ‘Winter’s Snowman’-White 3” anemone-type blooms in fall, 12’h x 5’w ‘Winter’s Star’-Pink single blooms Oct-Dec, 4’h ‘Winter’s Sunset’-Lavender-purple single blooms fall, dark green leaves have a light green margin. Camellia japonica ‘Classic Pink’Zone 6-10 Light pink 4” double flowers on a compact plant. Spring bloom. ‘Kramers Supreme’Zone 7-10 Dark red peony-type flowers, fragrant. Mid-spring bloom. Upright habit. 6-8’ h x w ‘Professor Sargent’Zone 7-10 Dark red bloom mid to late spring, 15’h x 10’w ‘White by the Gate’Zone 7-9 White double flowers in spring, upright habit, to 8’h x 4’w Camellia sasanqua ‘Kanjiro’Zone 7-10 Pink semi-double blooms edged in red, fall blooming, semi-weeping upright habit 6-8’h x w ‘Setsugekka’Zone 7-10 White semi-double flowers in fall. Semi-weeping upright habit 10-12’h x 6-8’w Carpinus betulus ‘Fastigiata’Zone 5-7 Pyramidal European Hornbeam Habit is upright but tends to have an oval-vase shape. Smooth, steel gray bark. Green leaves turn yellow in fall. Good for screens & hedges. 30-40’h x 20-30’w. Caryopteris x clandonensisZone 5-9 Blue Spirea or Blue Mist Shrub This plant makes it’s show in the garden in late summer with blue flowers. Foliage is a soft gray-green color. Plants do well if cut back in late winter. New growth will produce flowers. ‘Longwood Blue’- bluish-violet flowers, 4’h x4’w ‘Dark Knight’-deep blue-purple flowers, 3’h x 3’w Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca’Zone 6-9 Blue Atlas Cedar Evergreen. Should be used as a specimen. Blue-green to silvery–blue foliage. Pyramidal habit, becoming more striking with maturity. 40-60’ Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca Pendula’Zone 6-9 Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar Unique, weeping, specimen plant, bluish foliage. Use as a specimen in the landscape. Cedrus deodaraZone 7-8 Deodar Cedar This graceful plant makes an excellent specimen in the landscape. Broad pyramidal habit. Foliage is bluish, grayish-green with silver overtones. 40-70’h Cephalotaxus harringtonia var drupaceaZone 6-9 Japanese Plum Yew -Spreading evergreen shrub, variable sizes,5-10’h x 10+’w. Slow growth rate, tolerates heat & drought. Cercis canadensisZone 4-9 Eastern Redbud Small flowering tree with rose-pink flowers. Leaves are almost heart-shaped. Redbud is very pretty in the spring garden. 20-25’h Cercis canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’Zone 5-9 Forest Pansy Redbud Foliage is red-purple in early spring. Rosy-pink flowers. 20-25’ h. Chaenomeles speciosaZone 5-9 Flowering Quince This shrub is best used for flower effect. ‘Cameo’- Double peach-pink flowers, 4-5’h ‘Jet Trails’- White flowers 3’h ‘Texas Scarlet’- Red flowers, 2-3’h Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Gracillis’Zone 5-8 Hinoki Cypress Evergreen, dark green foliage whorled on branches. Tall pyramidal habit with spreading branches. Excellent specimen 40-60’h Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Gracillis Compacta’Zone 4-8 Compact Hinoki Cypress Evergreen, dark green foliage, pyramidal habit, compact version of Hinoki Cypress. 10-20’ h. Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Nana’Zone 5-8 Dwarf Hinoki Cypress Dwarf evergreen with dark green foliage, slow growing. 3-4’ h. Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘Gold Mop’Zone 4 Gold Mop Cypress Golden-yellow weeping foliage. Mounding habit. 3’h. Chionanthus virginicusZone 4-9 Fringetree Small tree or large shrub with spreading habit. White flowers. Use as a specimen or in a group.Tolerates city conditions. 10-20’ Clethra alnifoliaZone 4-9 Summersweet Fragrant flowers in July-Aug. Compact deciduous shrub, dense rounded habit. Grows well in shady and wet areas. ‘Hummingbird’- fragrant white flowers, 3-4’h ‘Ruby Spice’-Rich rose-pink flowers, green foliage, 6’+ h Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’Zone 2-8 Red Twig Dogwood Red branches highlight this plant, best color on current year’s growth. 6-9’h x 5-6’w Cornus florida ‘Cherokee ChiefZone 6-9 Cherokee Chief Dogwood Rounded crown. Red flowers in spring. Leaves turn a bronze color in the fall. 20-25’h x 12-15’w Cornus florida ‘Cherokee Daybreak’Zone 6-9 Cherokee Daybreak Dogwood Green leaves have a white margin. Fall color turns pink to a deep red. Flowers are white. Upright habit. 15’h x w Cornus florida ‘Cherokee Sunset’Zone 6-9 Cherokee Sunset Dogwood Red-flowers, variegated foliage, green with a yellow margin, new growth has pinkish tips. Good disease resistance. 25’h Cornus florida ‘Cloud 9’Zone 6-9 Cloud 9 Dogwood Showy white overlapping bracts, heavy bloomer that starts producing as a young plant. Shows good cold hardiness. Purple- red foliage in the fall. 15’h x 10’w. Cornus kousaZone 5-8 Kousa Dogwood White flowers above green foliage last about a month. As the tree matures the branches become more horizontal and the head becomes wider. Large red fruit. Fall color red-maroon. 15-20’h x w Cornus kousa ‘Satomi’Zone 5-8 Large showy pink-colored flowers followed by pinkish-red fruit. Reddish-purple fall foliage. 20’ h x 15’w. Cornus serica ‘Flaviramea’Zone 3-8 Yellow Twig Dogwood Medium green foliage, white flowers in May-June.Yellow stems add garden interest in winter. Fall color is purplish-red. 6-7’h x w CotoneasterZone 5-7 adpressus ‘Tom Thumb’--12-18”h & 4-6’w, green foliage pink flowers, red berries. dammeri ‘Coral Beauty’--18-30”h x 3-6’w, green foliage, white flowers, red berries. horizontalis‘Perpusillus’--12” x 5-7’w, green foliage, pink flowers, red berries. Crataegus crusgalli var inermis ‘Crusader’Zone 4-7 Cockspur Hawthorne Thornless type. Broad low-branched spreading habit. Dark foliage turns purple-red in fall. 20-30’h Crataegus viridis ‘Winter King’Zone 4-7 Green Hawthorne Roundedspreading, dense tree. Sharp thorns. White flowers and bright red fruits. 20-25’ h x w Cryptomeria japonica ‘Black Dragon’Zone 5-8 Black Dragon Cryptomeria Compact, irregular-pyramidal habit. Dark green needles. 4-5’h Cryptomeria japonica ‘Globosa Nana’Zone 5-8 Globosa Nana Cryptomeria Growth habit is a dense dome shape. Blue-green needles. 3’h x3.5’w Cryptomeria japonica ‘Gyokuryu’Zone 5-8 Gyokruyu Cryptomeria- Dark green, dense broad pyramidal habit. 8-10’h x 5-6’w. Cryptomeria japonica ‘Sekkan Sugi’Zone 5-8 Sekkan Sugi Cryptomeria Pyramidal, conical habit. New growth is yellow-green and fades to green in summer. 20’h Cryptomeria japonica ‘Yoshino’Zone 5-8 Yoshino Cryptomeria Evergreen, blue-green summer foliage turns bronzy in the fall. Grows quickly with a nice pyramidal habit. 30-40’h x Cupressocyparis leylandiiZone 6-10 Leyland Cypress Fast-growing pyramidal evergreen.Feathery blue-green foliage. Can grow up to 3’ per year with good growing conditions.Shows good salt tolerance. Used extensively as a hedge and windbreak. 60-70’h Cupressus arizonica ‘Blue Ice’Zone 7-9 Evergreen with conical-pyramidal habit. Foliage is icy blue. 30’h x 8-12’w Cytisus scopariusZone 5-8 Scotch Broom Deciduous shrub with arching slender grassy stems. Flowers in May-June. Does well in poor soils. 5-6’h. Deutzia gracilisZone 5-8 Slender Deutzia ‘Chardonnay Pearls’-compact shrub 2-3’, white fragrant flowers, foliage is lime-colored. ‘Nikko’-low compact shrub 2’h x 3’w, double white flowers in the spring. Elaeagnus x ebbingeiZone 6-9 Elaeagnus or Silverberry Evergreen to semi-deciduous shrub. Produces red fruit in the spring. Small scented flowers in the fall. Upright habit 5-10’ h x w. ‘Gilt Edge’ Golden-yellow leaf margins. Euonymus alatus ‘Compactus’Zone 4-9 Dwarf Winged Euonymus Known as Burning Bush due to its bright red fall leaf color. Makes a good hedge or screen. 6-8’h Euonymus fortunei ‘Canadale Gold’Zone 5-9 Canadale Gold Euonymus Compact plant, green leaves with yellow margins. 3’h x 3-4’w Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald & Gold’Zone 5-9 Emerald & Gold Euonymus Evergreen shrub has deep green foliage with a wide gold margin. Leaves turn pink-red in fall.Habit is low and mounding. 2’h X 5’w Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gaiety’Zone 5-9 Emerald Gaiety Euonymus Small shrub with dense, erect branching habit. Leaves have green centers and irregular white margins. Will climb if planted next to a structure. 4-5’ h x 3’w Euonymus japonicus ‘Green Spire’Zone 6-9 Green Spire Euonymus This narrow evergreen is good for small spaces. Its columnar habit makes it good for a narrow or trimmed hedge. 6’h x 1-2’w Euonymus japonicus‘Aureo-Marginatus’Zone 6-9 Golden Euonymus Shiny green foliage has wide, irregular gold margins. Habit is compact, dense and upright. 6’h x 3’w Euonymus japonicus ‘Aureovariegatus’Zone 6-9 Gold Spot Euonymus This evergreen shrub has green leaves with yellow centers. Fast grower to 6’.6-10’h x 3-6’w Euonymus japonicus‘Silver King’Zone 6-9 Silver King Euonymus Fast growing evergreen, upright habit. Green leaves have silvery-white margins. 6’h x 3’w Euonymus kiautschovicus ‘Manhattan’Zone 5-8 Manhattan Euonymus Semi-evergreen shrub with a rounded habit.Good for hedges. Fast grower. 4-6’h Forsythia x intermediaZone 6-9 ‘Lynwood Gold’ &‘Spring Glory’Forsythia Masses of yellow flowers let us know spring has arrived. May be used as a hedge, in groupings and on bank plantings. 8’ h
Fothergilla gardenii ‘Mt Airy’Zone 5-9 Dwarf Fothergilla Fragrant white bottlebrush blooms in the spring. Foliage is dark green with a blue tint.Fall color is yellow-orange-red. 5-6’ h x w Fraxinus pennsylvanicaZone 3-9 Green Ash This versatile tree may be used as a street tree, in commercial plantings, golf courses and residential areas. It tolerates a multitude of conditionssuch as hot, dry winds and wet or dry soils. Upright pyramidal habit.Dark green leaves turn yellow in fall. 60-70’ ‘Marshall’s Seedless’-50’h X 40’w ‘Summit’-upright, pyramidal habit ‘Urbanite’-broad pyramidal habit, 50’h X 40’w Gardenia jasminoides ‘Kleim’s Hardy’Zone 7-11 Kleim’s Hardy Gardenia Fragrant 2” ivory flowers highlight this Gardenia. Foliage is a deep green.More cold hardy than other gardenias. 3’ h x w Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermisZone 4-9 ‘Shademaster’, ‘Skyline’, ‘Sunburst’ Thornless Honeylocust Open spreading graceful habit, the small leaves provide filtered shade. Fast growing shade tree. Good drought and salt tolerance. 50-70’h. Hamamelis vernalisZone 4-8 Vernal Witchhazel Dense, rounded, multi-stemmed shrub, fragrant yellow-orange-red flowers Feb-March. Can be used as a hedge, screen or in group plantings. 10-12’ h. Hibiscus syriacusZone 5-8 Althea-Rose of Sharon A tough, large, multi-stemmed shrub or small tree that can tolerate summer heat & drought. Blooms July-Sept on new growth. Trim in late winter to produce more flowers. Many colors available. 8-12’ h x 6-10’w. ‘Amplissimus’-double red ‘Aphrodite’-single pink ‘Diana’-single white Hydrangea- Large group of deciduous flowering shrubs. Flowers are mostly set on last year’s wood, so pruning should be done right after flowering. Some newer varieties bloom on the current year’s growth. pH can affect the color of the blooms.The more acidic the pH the bluer the flower. More alkaline soils produce pink flowers. Hydrangeas are divided into two groups the Hortensias or Mopheads and the Lacecaps. The hortensias have sterile flowers that are large globose corymbs, often forming such a solid mass as to bend the stems. The lacecaps have a center of non-showy flowers and an outer ring of showy flowers creating a pinwheel effect. Withstands salt spray and is a good plant for the seashore garden. Hydrangea anomala petiolarisZone 4-7 Climbing Hydrangea Vigorous climbing vine requiring ample support, produces white Lacecap fragrant blooms in June-July. Truly a beautiful clinging vine providing interest in all four seasons. Can reach 60-80’ Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’Zone 4-9 Annabelle Hydrangea, Smooth Hydrangea This Hydrangea does well in shade, producing large white flowers on new wood which can be dried beautifully. 3-5’. Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Blue Billows’Zone 5-9 Blue Billows Hydrangea Blue Billows is a more cold hardy variety.This Lacecap produces rich blue flowers. 3-4’h Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Blushing Bride’Zone 5-9 Blushing Bride Hydrangea Beautiful white Mophead blooms slowly mature to a pink blush color. The dark green foliage sets off the blooms when planted in a preferred shady location. Re-blooms on both old and new wood.Use in containers or to brighten the shady garden. 3-6’ h x w Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Endless Summer’Zone 5-9 Endless Summer Hydrangea Lovely Mophead flowers bloom pink in alkaline soils and blue in acidic soils.Starts blooming in spring and repeats into fall on old and new wood. 3-5’ h x w Hydrangea macrophylla‘Glowing Embers’Zone 5-9 Glowing Embers Hydrangea Glossy dark green foliage is the perfect complement for the dark pink Mophead blooms. Does not turn blue. Nice compact flowering shrub. 3’ h x w Hydrangea macrophylla‘Lady in Red’Zone 6-9 Lady in Red Hydrangea Pink-white Lacecap flowers mature to a deep rose color. The red stems & veins add interest throughout the growing season. Foliage turns a reddish-purple in the fall. 3-5’ h Hydrangea macrophylla‘Nikko Blue’Zone 5-9 Nikko Blue Hydrangea This shade-tolerant Hydrangea produces large Mophead flowers that are blue in acid soil and pink in acidic soil. 3-5’ Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Pia’Zone 5-9 Pia Hydrangea This hortensia produces pink flowers, nice compact habit for containers and patio gardens. 2’h x w Hydrangea macrophylla‘Mariesii Variegata’Zone 5-9 Silver Blue Variegated Hydrangea Green leaves are variegated with creamy white margins.Blue Lacecap flowers through Sept. 4-5’h Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’Zone 3-8 Limelight Hydrangea Produces lime-colored flowers mid to late summer. 6-8’ h x w Hydrangea paniculata‘Grandiflora’Zone 3-8 PeeGee Hydrangea Large white flowers that turn purplish-pink then brown with age. Masses of these flowers can weigh down the branches. May trimmed into a small tree.Grows 8-10’ h x w. Hydrangea paniculata‘Pink Diamond’Zone 3-8 Pink Diamond Hydrangea Pink buds open to a white bloom that turns a deep pink with age. This large Hydrangea is suitable as a background plant or may be trained as a tree form. Very cold hardy variety. 6’h x w Hydrangea paniculata‘Tardiva’Zone 3-8 Tardiva Hydrangea Similar to PeeGee this hydrangea flowers late summer. The white flowers are a bit smaller and not as numerous. Flowers turn a pale pink with age. Can be trained into a small tree.6-10’h x w. Hydrangea paniculata‘Unique’Zone 3-8 Unique Hydrangea Starts blooming mid-July with white blossoms which get a touch of pink as they mature.This Hydrangea can also be trimmed into a small tree. Grows to 10’h Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Alice’Zone 5-9 Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea This hydrangea is best suited for a border or mass planting. Large creamy white flowers fade to a rose pink with age. Dark green foliage turns burgundy red in fall. to 12’ h x w Hypericum- St John’s WortZone 5-9 androsaemum ‘Albury Purple’- Small yellow flowers May-July. Reddish purple foliage on this rounded bushy shrub to 3’h. frondosum ‘Sunburst’Zone 5-9 Sunburst St Johnswort Blue-green leaves, large yellow flowers mid-summer. Good shrub for mass planting. 3-4’ h x w Hypericum patulum ‘Hidcote’- Hidcote St Johnswort 3”yellow flowers in May and June. Green foliage to 2-3’h, makes this a bit taller than calycinum. Flowers are produced on new growth so treat this as a herbaceous perennial and cut it back in the winter. Ilex x attenuata FosteriZone 6-9 Foster’s Holly Small tree with glossy green spiny foliage. Red fruit persists into winter adding winter interest to the landscape. 20’ h x 12’ w Ilex cornuta ‘Dwarf Burford’Zone 7-9 Dwarf Burford Holly Slow-growing evergreen, producing bright red berries with or without a pollinator. Useful in the landscape as a hedge, border or specimen. 4-6’ h x w Ilex cornuta ‘Fineline’Zone 7-9 Fineline Holly Evergreen with an upright pyramidal habit. Produces small red berries. 12’h x 5’w Ilex crenata ‘Chesapeake’Zone 6-8 Chesapeake Japanese Holly Dense pyramidal evergreen with small leaves. Produces black berry-like fruit. 6-8’ h x 4-5’ w Ilex crenata ‘Compacta’Zone 6-9 Compact Japanese Holly Evergreen with an oval globular habit.Produces black fruit (female plants). 4- 6’ h x w Ilex crenata ‘Green Lustre’Zone 6-9 Green Lustre Japanese Holly Dark evergreen foliage. Habit is a dense mound that grows to 4’ high and is usually wider than high. Produces black berries in the fall. Slow growth rate. 4’ h x w Ilex crenata ‘Helleri’Zone 6-9 Heller’s Japanese Holly Evergreen with a dense mounding habit and erect branches. Slow growth rate, good substitute for boxwood. 4’ x 5’w Ilex crenata ‘Hetzii’Zone 6-9 Hetzi Japanese Holly Dark evergreen leaves, dense habit. 6-8’ h x w Ilex crenata ‘Hoogendorn’Zone 6-9 Hoogendorn Japanese Holly Evergreen with a low dense habit. Good cold hardiness. 2’h x 3’w Ilex crenata ‘Sky Pencil’Zone 5-9 Sky Pencil Japanese Holly Slow-growing evergreen with a narrow columnar habit. Good container plant. 6-8’ h x 2’w Ilex crenata ‘Soft Touch’Zone 5-9 Soft Touch Japanese Holly Soft textured evergreen with a rounded habit. Produces black berries. 2-3’ h x w Ilex crenata ‘Steeds’Zone 5-9 Steeds Holly Densely branched evergreen with a pyramidal habit. Produces black berries on female plants. 6’ w x 5’w Ilex glabra ‘Compacta’Zone 4-9 Compact Inkberry Holly Evergreen with an oval rounded habit. Slow growth rate.Black fruits into winter. 4-6’ h x w Ilex glabra ‘Densa’Zone 5-9 Densa Inkberry Holly Evergreen shrub with an oval, rounded habit. Produces dark berries fall through spring. Moist soil. Tolerates shade. 8-10’ h x w Ilex glabra ‘Shamrock’Zone 4-9 Shamrock Inkberry Holly Small, compact evergreen shrub. New growth is bright green. Bottom of this plant retains its lower leaves better than other Inkberry varieties. Prefers moist acidic soil. 3-5’ h x w Ilex opacaZone 5-9 American Holly Evergreen leaves are typically a dull olive or yellow green. In Oct produces a dull red berry. Dense, pyramidal habit in youth becoming more open with age. Slow growth rate. 15-30’h x w Ilex opaca ‘Greenleaf’Zone 6 Greenleaf American Holly Evergreen, pyramidal growth habit. Spiny green leaves with red berries from fall into spring. Needs to be pollinated by a male holly. Sun to Partial shade. 25’ h x 10’ w Ilex verticillata ‘Sparkleberry’Zone 4-8 Sparkleberry Winterberry Deciduous shrub with an oval to rounded habit. Bright red berries are produced from summer into fall. Prefers moist, acidic, well-drained soil. Will tolerate wet soil. 8-10’ h x w Ilex x meserveae ‘Blue Prince’Zone 5-9 Blue Prince Holly Evergreen with dark blue-green foliage. Produces abundant pollen. Dense, broad pyramidal habit, easily pruned into any shape. 6-8’ h x 3-6’w Ilex x meserveae ‘Blue Princess’Zone 5-9 Blue Princess Holly Evergreen with dense blue-green foliage. Use Blue Prince as a pollinator and Blue Princess will produce abundant red berries fall through winter. 8-10’ h x 6-8’w Ilex x meserveae ‘China Boy’Zone 4-9 China Boy Holly Evergreen male holly, compact mounded form, fast growing, easily sheared. 10’ x8’ w Ilex x meserveae ‘China Girl’Zone 4-9 China Girl Holly Evergreen female holly, must have a male pollinator for berry set. Fast growing, dense, upright, rounded habit. Excellent heat tolerance. 10’ h x w Ilex x meserveae ‘Dragon Lady’Zone 6-9 Dragon Lady Holly Evergreen with a pyramidal columnar habit.Dark green spiny leaves with large red fruits. 15-20’ h x 4-6’ w Ilex x ‘Dr Kassab’Zone 7-9 Dr Kassab Holly Dark green spiny leaves. Upright, pyramidal habit habit. Produces bright red fruit in fall-winter. 15-20’ h x w Ilex x ‘Nellie R. Stevens’Zone 6-9 Nellie R Stevens Holly Large evergreen shrub or small pyramidal tree.Bears large orange red fruit. Vigorous, fairly rapid growth. 15-20’ h x 10’ w Itea virginica ‘Henry’s Garnet’Zone 5-9 Henry’s Garnet Sweetspire Compact rounded deciduous shrub. Fragrant flowers in early summer. Maroon-purple fall color lasts into winter. 4-5’ h x w Itea virginica ‘Little Henry’Zone 5-9 Little Henry Dwarf Sweetspire Low, mounded, compact deciduous shrub. Fragrant flowers in early summer. Maroon-purple fall color lasts into winter. 3-h x w Jasminum nudiflorumZone 6-9 Winter Jasmine Broad, spreading mounded habit with trailing vines. Bright yellow flowers late winter, early spring.Good cover for steep slopes, banks, and areas with poor soils. May be trellised. Full sun or shade, less flowers in shade. 3-4’ h x 4-7’ w Juniper chinensis ‘Hetzii Columnaris’Zone 4-9 Green Columnar Juniper Bright green evergreen with an upright pyramidal habit. Useful as a hedge or background plant. 15’ h x 5’w Juniper chinensis ‘Hetzii Glauca’Zone 4-9 Hetz Blue Juniper Evergreen with silver blue-green foliage.Semi-erect branching, fountain-shaped habit. 5-7’ h x 8-10’ w Juniper chinensispfitzeriana ‘Compacta’Zone 5 Pfitzer Compacta Juniper12-18” h x 6’w Juniper chinensis ‘Robusta’Zone 5-9 Robusta Green Juniper Upright evergreen with an irregular habit. Bright green tufted foliage with abundant cones. Useful as a hedge or windbreak. It’s unusual form lends itself as an accent plant. 15’h x 5-7’w Juniper chinensis sargentiiZone 5-8 Sargent’s Juniper Low maintenance ground-covering Juniper.Good for stabilizing slopes. 2’h x 6-8’w Juniper chinensis ‘Sea Green’Zone 4-8 Sea Green Juniper Upright, compact, spreading habit with mint green foliage. 4-6’h x 6-8’w Juniper chinensis ‘Torulosa’Zone 5-9 Hollywood Juniper15’h x 10’w Fast-growing upright evergreen with an unusual artistic habit. Does well in coastal areas. Juniper conferta ‘Blue Pacific’Zone 5-9 Blue Pacific Juniper Low trailing habit with blue-green foliage. Useful as a ground cover with good heat tolerance. 1’h x 6’w Juniper horizontalis ‘Blue Rug’Zone 4-9 Blue Rug Juniper Popular flat-growing ground cover Juniper with trailing branches. The silver blue foliage gets a slight purple tint in the winter. Good heat tolerance. 6”h x 6-8’w Juniper horizontalis ‘Youngstown’Zone 3-9 Youngstown Andorra Juniper Dense tightly-branched form which makes a good groundcover. Green foliage gets a purple cast in the winter. 1’h x 6’w Juniper procumbens ‘Nana’Zone 4-9 Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper Blue-green foliage forms a mounding mat. Foliage gets a purple tint in the winter. 1’h x 6’w Juniper scopulorum ‘Skyrocket’Zone 4-7 Skyrocket Juniper Narrow columnar habit. Blue green foliage. 15’h x 2-3’w Juniper scopulorum ‘Wichita Blue’Zone4-7 Wichita Blue Juniper Broad pyramidal evergreen with silver-blue foliage. Retains color throughout the winter. 18’h x 5-8’w Juniper squamata ‘Blue Star’Zone 4-7 Blue Star Juniper Slow-growing, low, rounded habit. Silver blue foliage. 3’h – 3-4’w Juniper virginianaZone 4-9 Eastern Red Cedar Dense pyramidal habit spreading with age. Good for screens and windbreaks. 40’h x 15’w Kalmia latifoliaZone 5-9 Mountain Laurel7-15’ ‘Bullseye’-Deep purple blossoms open to a creamy white with a purple band around the inside. ‘Olympic Fire’-Large red buds open to pink flowers ‘Snowdrift’-Pure white flowers, dark green leaves, compact form. Koelreuteria paniculataZone 5-8 Golden Raintree Rounded habit with spreading and ascending branches. Yellow flowers in July. As a small tree it is useful in the lawn and patio areas. 30-40’h x w Lagerstroemia indicaZone 7-9 Crapemyrtle- Wide assortment of flower colors, habit and sizes. Long bloom time up to 120 days starting in July. Many varieties have unusual exfoliating bark. Crapes come in a wide range of plant sizes (from miniatures to 30’h +. Growth habits can be broad, upright, spreading, weeping, etc. ‘Acoma’-White flowers, green leaves turn dark purple red in fall. Low spreading semi-pendulous habit. Branches are gray-brown as bark exfoliates exposes light gray braches. Semi-dwarf 10’ h x w ‘Biloxi’-Pink flowers July-Sept. New bronze leaves turn green with age, turning yellow-orange-red in fall. Gray-brown barks exfoliates to a dark brown. Mildew-resistant. Upright small tree 20’h x 12’w. ‘Carolina Beauty’-Red flowers. Fall color is orange. Poor mildew resistance, but one of the best red flowers. Gray-brown bark. Upright habit to 20’. ‘Catawba’-Dark purple flowers. Rounded head to 15’ h xw. Foliage is bronzy to green in summer orange-red in fall. Mildew-resistant. ‘Dynamite’-Cherry red flowers. New leaves are red turning green with age. Mildew-resistant. Grows to 20’ ‘Miami’-Dark pink flowers. Burgundy leaves in spring, turn green than orange. Upright small tree to 16’h x 8’w. ‘Muskogee’-Light lavander pink flowers, leaves turn red in fall. Bark is a shiny light gray-tan color. Mildew resistant. Large shrub or small tree growing to 21’h x 15’w. ‘Natchez’-White flowers, glossy green leaves turn orange and red in fall. Beautiful dark cinnamon brown exfoliating bark that is attractive year-round. Large shrub or small tree growing to 21’h x 21’w. ‘Pink Velour’-Vibrant pink blooms. Upright habit growing 10’h x w ‘Potomac’-Medium pink flowers July-Oct. Upright growth habit 10’ x 8’. ‘Raspberry Sundae’-Pink-red flowers with white edges. New leaves are red turning green with orange fall color. Upright habit to 15’. ‘Sioux’-Dark pink flowers July-Sept. New foliage bronze turning green with maroon-red fall color. Mildew-resistant. One of the best for summer foliage. Upright large shrub or small tree to 15’. ‘Tonto’-Fushia red flowers July-Sept. New leaves bronze turning green with maroon fall color. Creamy gray-brown bark at maturity. Semi-dwarf multi-stemmed shrub to 10’ x 8’. ‘Tuscarora’-Dark coral pink flowers July –Sept. Large shrub, small tree to 15’ h x w.New leaves are tinged red turning green with an orange-red color in fall. Mildew-resistant. ‘Victor’- Dark red flowers July-Sept. Dwarf compact, 3-5’h x w. Leucothoe fontanesiana ‘Girard’s Rainbow’Zone 5-9 Drooping Leucothoe Graceful evergreen shrub with arching branches. New growth emerges in white pink and coppery combinations. Partial to full shade. Does not tolerate drought. 3-6’ h x w Ligustrum japonicum ‘Recurvifolium’Zone 7-11 Japanese Privet Dense evergreen shrub with an upright habit. Leaves are dark green, thick and wavy with a curled tip. Can be used in many soil types. 8’h x 6’w Ligustrum ovalifoliumZone 5-7 California Privet Deciduous to semi-evergreen shrub depending on low winter temperatures. Good screen or hedge. 10-15’ h Liquidambar styracifluaZone 5-9 Sweet Gum Large, lawn or park tree with glossy deep green leaves. Fall color is yellow-purple-red tones. Grows best in moist soil.When transplanted it can take a year or more for the fibrous root system to re-establish. 60-75’h x 40-50’w Liriodendron tulipiferaZone 4-9 Tuliptree Large tree requiring a large area. Fully grown this is a beautiful tree. Habit is an oval rounded head. Yellow fall color. 70-90’h x 35-50’w Loropetalum chinenseZone 7-9 Chinese Fringe Flower Reddish-purple leaves, with pink to white flowers depending on cultivar.May be used in a border, screen or foundation planting. 6-10’ h x w Magnolia grandiflora ‘Bracken’s Brown Beauty’Zone 5-9 Bracken’s Brown Beauty Magnolia Dark green foliage with cinnamon-brown underside adorn this compact flowering tree. In late spring produces 5-6” fragrant flowers. Habit is denser than most and this cultivar tends to be one of the most cold hardy. 30-50’h x 15-30’w Magnolia grandiflora ‘D.D. Blanchard’Zone 7-9 D.D. Blanchard Southern Magnolia Dark green foliage with orange-brown underside. Pyramidal habit. Branching becomes more open with age. 50’h x 30’w Magnolia grandiflora ‘Alta’Zone 6-9 Alta Southern Magnolia Slow-growing upright columnar evergreen.Fragrant white flowers in summer. 40’hh x 20’w Magnolia grandiflora ‘Edith Bogue’Zone 5-9 Edith Bogue Magnolia Evergreen, dark green narrow leaves. Cold hardy. 30’h x 15’w Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’Zone 7-9 Dwarf Southern Magnolia Compact narrow habit tends to grow more likea shrub rather than a tree. Foliage is small, dark green with a brownish underside. White flowers in spring and again in late summer. 20’h x 10’w Magnolia liliiflora ‘Jane’Zone 6 Jane Magnolia From the Little Girl hybrids, erect shrubby habit. Reddish purple flowers with white inside. 10-15’h Magnolia stellata ‘Royal Star’Zone 5-9 Royal Star Magnolia This deciduous Magnolia produces large, fragrant double white flowers before leafing out in the spring. Habit is upright with dense branching. 10-15’h x 10-12’w Magnolia virginianaZone 5-9 Sweetbay Magnolia Small, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub. Dark green leaves with a silvery color underneath. Fragrant creamy white flowers in May- June. Lovely patio tree or specimen. Does well in wet, acidic soil. 10-20’ h x w Mahonia bealeiZone 5-8 Leatherleaf Mahonia6-10’h x 5’w Evergreen shrub with an upright, course habit. Leaves are spiny and a dull green to blue green color, Fragrant yellow flowers March-April, bluish grape like fruit. MalusZone 4-7 Crabapple Small flowering trees with various habits, flower color and berry color depending on cultivar. Grows best in well drained acid soils. ‘Floribunda’-pink-red buds open fading to white flowers. Dark green leaves. Broad round habit 15-25’h. Metasequoia glyptostroboidesZone 5-8 Dawn Redwood Deciduous, with a pyramidal, conical habit. Young plants have a reddish brown bark that darkens and exfoliates with maturity. Grows best in moist well-drained soils.Due to its size, best use is in open areas or as a screen planting. 70’h x 25’w Microbiota decussateZone 2-7 Russian Arborvitae Groundcover evergreen with a low spreading habit. The green foliage turns a coppery color in the winter. 18”h x 6’w Myrica ceriferaZone 7-9 Southern Waxmyrtle Broadleaf evergreen with olive green leaves. Foliage has a bayberry scent. May be used as a screen. Tolerates salt spray and infertile soils. 10-15’ h x w Myrica pensylvanicaZone 3-7 Northern Bayberry Upright to rounded dense habit with leathery green leaves. Deciduous to semi evergreen shrub. Grows well in poor sandy soil. Tolerant of salt. 9’h x w Nandina domesticaZone 6-9 Heavenly Bamboo Upright habit with cane-like stems that turn red in fall.Evergreen, green foliage has a fine to medium texture, may get a red tint in the fall. Produces small white flowers and red berries. 6-8’h x 3’w Nandina domestica ‘Compacta’Zone 6-9 Dwarf Heavenly Bamboo Compact, evergreen shrub with white flowers and red berries. Red foliage in fall and winter. 4-5’h x 3’w Nandina domestica ‘Firepower’Zone 6-9 Firepower Heavenly Bamboo Evergreen shrub turns bright red in fall-winter. Dense compact habit make this a good border or container plant. 2’ h x w Nandina domestica ‘Gulf Stream’Zone 6-9 Gulf Stream Nandina Evergreen shrub with a dense habit. Turns red fall through winter. 3’ h x w Nandina domestica ‘Harbor Belle’Zone 6-9 Harbor Belle Heavenly Bamboo Evergreen with a spreading habit. New growth is pink turning green with age. Produces small white flowers and red berries. 18-24” h x w Nandina domestica ‘Sienna Sunrise’Zone 6-9 Sienna Sunrise Heavenly Bamboo Evergreen, new foliage is red turning green with age.In fall and winter the leaves get a red tint. 3-4’h x 2-3’w Nandina domestica ‘Sun Ray’Zone 6-9 Sunray Heavenly Bamboo Evergreen with compact habit. New growth has copper, bronze and red highlights, as foliage matures turns green. 36-40” h Nyssa sylvaticaZone 4-9 Black Gum Native tree which has a pyramidal form in youth, becomes rounded and spreading with age. Outstanding fall color is yellow, orange to purple. Good specimen tree. Prefers moist well-drained soil. 30-50’h x 20-30’w Osmanthus heterophyllus ‘Goshiki’Zone 6-9 Goshiki False Holly Evergreen, new foliage is pink, orange maturing to green gold and cream. 5-10’ h x w Photinia x fraseriZone 7-9 Fraser Photinia Upright open habit, pruning of young plants will help fill in plants. New growth emerges red hence the name ‘red tip’ which then turns green. 10-15’h x 5-8’w Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Diablo’Zone 2-7 Diablo Ninebark Diablo has an upright habit with reddish-purple foliage. White flowers in summer. A good hedge or screen. 8-10’ h x w Picea abiesZone 4-7 Norway Spruce Evergreen with a pyramidal habit. Grows moderately fast. Does well in fairly moist sandy soils. Will grow just about anywhere with adequate moisture.Often used as a windbreak. 40-60’ h x 25-30’w Picea abies ‘Pendula’Zone 4-7 Weeping Norway Spruce Evergreen with weeping pendulous branches. Slow growing, best used as an accent in the garden. Picea pungensZone 3-7 Colorado Spruce Evergreen with a dense pyramidal habit. Usually gray-green to blue-green. Prefers rich moist soil but is more drought tolerant than other Picea. 30-60’h x 10-12’w Picea pungens ‘Fat Albert’Zone 3-7 Fat Albert Spruce Evergreen with a broad, dense pyramidal habit. Needles have a good blue color. Slow growth rate. 15’h x 10’w Picea pungens ‘Globosa’Zone 3-7 Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce Slow-growing globe shaped evergreen. Habit is flat-topped growing wider than high. Bluish needle color. 3’h x 5’w Picea pungens ‘Hoopsii’Zone 3-7 Hoop’s Blue Spruce Dense pyramidal habit with spreading branches.Fast growing conifer with blue-white needles. 30-45’h x 10-20’w Pieris japonica ‘Compacta’Zone 5-7 Compact Pieris Dense compact habit, flowers heavily in March-April. Grows best in moist acidic soils. 6’h Pinus mugo ‘Mops’Zone 3-7 Mops Mugo Pine Dwarf form of Mugo Pine. Dark green color, grows as wide as high. Globe habit, may be used in foundation plantings. 3’h x w Pinus mugo ‘Slowmound’Zone 3-7 Slowmound Mugo Pine Dark green color, useful in rock gardens and smaller landscapes. 3-5’ h x w Pinus nigraZone 4-7 Austrian Pine Dense, pyramidal habit becoming a broad flat-topped tree with age. A tough tree that can withstand many conditions such as city, seaside, heat & drought.Good screen or windbreak. 50-60’h x 20-40’w Pinus strobusZone 3-7 Eastern White Pine Fast-growing landscape pine with a soft pyramidal habit. Mature plants also have horizontal, ascending branches. Prefers moist well-drained soils. 50-80’h x 20-40’w Pinus taedaZone 6-9 Loblolly Pine Fast-growing evergreen adaptable to many growing conditions. When young, habit is pyramidal becoming more open with age. Branching becomes more horizontal with age and loses lower branches. 60’h x 40’w Pinus thunbergiiZone 6-8 Japanese Black Pine This evergreen is very salt-tolerant; therefore it is useful for beach planting and stabilizing sand dunes. Good heat and drought tolerance. Habit is irregular and pyramidal. 15-25’h x w variable Pinus thunbergii ‘Thunderhead’Zone 6-8 Thunderhead Black Pine Dense dark green needles, compact, broad, upright habit. White candle-like buds contrast nicely with the green foliage color. 5-10’ h xw Platanus x acerifoliaZone 5-8 London Planetree Large shade tree that is pyramidal becoming open and spreading with age. Outstanding exfoliating bark in shades of cream, olive and light brown.Due to size best for open areas. 70-100’h x 65-80’w Prunus cerasifera ‘Krauter’s Vesuvius’Zone 5-8 Krauter Vesuvius Purple Leaf Plum Pretty ornamental tree with an upright, oval-rounded head. Light pink flowers followed by dark purple foliage. 25’h x 15’w Prunus cerasifera ‘Thundercloud’Zone 5-8 Thundercloud Purple Leaf Plum Pretty ornamental tree with an upright, rounded head. Light pink flowers followed by dark purple foliage. 20’h x 20w Prunus laurocerasus ‘Otto Luyken’Zone 6-8 Otto Luyken English Laurel Compact habit, wide-spreading evergreen. White flowers in April-May. Grows best with some shade. 3’h 6’w Prunuslaurocerasus‘Schipkaensis’Zone 6-8 Schipkaensis Cherry Laurel Evergreen with dark green narrow leaves. Wide-spreading habit. 5-10’ h x w Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’Zone 5 Kwanzan Flowering Cherry The most popular of the double flowering cherries, also the hardiest. Profuse, pink double blooms in May. Upright, vase-shaped habit. to 40’ h x w Prunus subhirtella PendulaZone 5 Weeping Cherry Graceful, weeping habit, single pink flowers. 20-40’h x 15-30’w Prunus virginiana ‘Canada Red’Zone 2 Canada Red Chokecherry Prunus x cistenaZone 4-7 Purple Leaf Sand Cherry Purple foliage keeps its color throughout the summer. Lots of pink flowers in April-May flowed by small black fruits. 6-10’h x 6-8’w Prunus x OkameZone 4 Okame Cherry Pink flowers early spring, bark has a nice red-brown color. 15-25’h Prunus x yedoensisZone 5-8 Yoshino Cherry Rounded spreading habit with a flat top. Produces pink to white flowers in March-April. Produces most flowers in full sun, fast growing. 20-30’h Pseudotsuga menziesiiZone 4 Douglas Fir Foliage is green to blue-green, habit is pyramidal. Needs adequate moisture, will not do well in dry, poor soils.Makes a nice specimen plant in the landscape. 40-80’h x 12-20’w Pyracantha coccinea ‘Rutgers’Zone 6-9 Rutgers Firethorn Evergreen shrub with dark green leaves, thorny branches and orange red fruits. Habit is sprawling & spreading. Rutgers has good disease resistance and is a hardy cultivar.Used as a barrier plant, espalier, or trellis. 3’h x 9’w Pyrus calleryana Zone 5-8 ‘Aristocrat’, ‘Cleveland Select’, ‘Redspire’ Flowering Pear Improved flowering pear varieties. Lots of white blooms in spring. Dark green glossy foliage turns purple-red in fall. 40’h x 20’w Quercus acutissimaZone 6-9 Sawtooth Oak As this tree matures it grows into a dense, broad, rounded habit. Fast-growing shade or lawn tree. 40-60’ h x w Quercus bicolorZone 4-8 Swamp White Oak Broad, open rounded head with a short trunk.Leaves are dark green with gray green on the underside.Fall color is yellow. Good for wet sites. 50-60’ h x w Quercus borealisZone 4-8 Northern Red Oak Habit of the tree is broad and rounded as it matures. Dark green foliage in summer turns red in fall. 60-75’ h x w Quercus palustrisZone 4-8 Pin Oak Distinctive growth habit, pyramidal as a young tree the lower branches are pendulous and the middle horizontal. Green leaves turn a bronzy-red in the fall. This native is one of the faster growing oaks.Can tolerate wet soils. 60-70’h x 25-’w Quercus phellosZone 5-9 Willow Oak Habit is pyramidal in youth, becoming oval to rounded as it matures. Fall color is yellow-orange-red. Tolerates heat, drought and stress. Good street tree. 40-60’h x 30-40’w Rhaphiolepis umbellateZone 7b-10 Indian Hawthorne ‘Snow White’- Evergreen, dwarf, spreading habit, white flowers early spring to early summer. Rhododendron maximumZone 3 Maxi Rhododendron This Rhododendron grows well in shade. The habit is open and loose. Excellent cold hardiness. Best used for naturalizing. Blooms sporadically in shades of pink or white. 8-15’h Rhodoendron ‘Chionoides’Zone 4 White semi dwarf White flowers cover the narrow green leaves in spring. Dense, spreading, compact habit. 4-5’h Rhododendron ‘Nova ZemblaZone 4 Red flowers Red flowers adorn this Rhododendron in spring. 6-8’h
Rhododendron ‘PJM’Zone 4-7 Lavender flowers Foliage is evergreen and dark green which turns a plum color in fall. Lavender pink flowers in April.Dense rounded habit. 3-6’h Rhododendron ‘Roseum Elegans’Zone 4 Rose-Purple Flowers Rosy-purple flowers cover the green foliage in late spring. Withstands temperature extremes better than most varieties. 8-10’h Rhus aromaticaZone 3-9 Fragrant Sumac Fragrant yellow flowers in early spring over glossy green leaves. Orange-red fall color. Low, spreading habit, good for banks and stabilizing sloping areas. 2’h x 6-8’w Rosa x ‘Knockout’Zone 4-9 Knockout Shrub Rose Very popular rose producing red blooms from spring through fall. The foliage is black spot-resistant making this an easy care Rose bringing lots of color to the garden. 3-4’ h x w Rosa ‘Knockout Pink’Zone 4-9 Pink Knockout Rose Pink version of the Knockout Rose. Very popular Rose producing pink blooms from spring through fall. The foliage is black spot-resistant making this an easy care Rose bringing lots of color to the garden. 3-4’h x w Rosa ‘Knockout Rainbow’Zone 4-9 Rainbow Knockout Rose Coral pink flowers with a yellow center produced spring through fall. Rainbow is resistant to rust, mildew and black spot. Easy care rose for the garden. 3’h x w Salix alba ‘Niobe’Zone 2 Gold Weeping Willow Weeping Willow with golden bark color. Leaves are narrow & green turning a golden yellow in the fall. Prefers full sun and a moist location. 50’h x w Sophora japonicaZone 4-7 Japanese Pagodatree Upright spreading habit with a rounded crown. Leaves are medium green and turn yellow in fall. Produces creamy white flowers in July. Interesting green pods in October turn yellow than brown. 50-75’h x w Spiraea japonica ‘Goldmound’Zone 4-8 Goldmound Spiraea Golden leaves turn a yellow-green in summer. Pink flowers May-June. Leaves hold yellow tone in summer with no leaf burn. Full sun for best color. 3’h x 4’w Spiraea japonica ‘Little Princess’Zone 4-9 Little Princess Spiraea Dwarf, mounding shrub with pink flowers. Foliage is a mint green color. 3’h x 6’w Spiraea japonica ‘Neon Flash’Zone 4-9 Neon Flash Spiraea Dense mounding shrub producing rich red flowers from late spring to early fall. New growth is tinted red and turns green as matures. Fall color is dark burgundy. 3’h x w Spiraea japonica ‘Magic Carpet’Zone 4-9 Magic Carpet Spiraea This low-spreading shrub has gold foliage with red tips. Purple-pink flowers in spring. 18”h x 2’w Spiraea x bumalda ‘Anthony Waterer’Zone 4-9 Anthony Waterer Spirea Small shrub with pink flowers and bright green foliage. 3-5’h x w Spiraea x bumalda ‘Goldflame’Zone 4-9 Goldflame Spirea Leaves emerge orange-red in spring fading to a soft yellow-green. Pink flowers. 3-4’h 4+’w Stewartia pseudocamelliaZone 5-8 Japanese Stewartia Outstanding small to medium tree, habit is pyramidal. In July produces white flowers with yellow centers. Exfoliating bark provides winter interest. 40’h Styrax japonicusZone 5-8 Japanese Snowbell Lovely, small, low branched tree with a rounded head. Produces white bell-shaped flowers May-June, dark green leaves. Useful in patio, border or lawn planting. 20-30’h x w Syringa patula ‘Miss Kim’Zone 3 Miss Kim Lilac Dwarf lilac with purple blooms covering green foliage in May. 3-5’h Taxodium distichumZone 4-11 Baldcypress Deciduous conifer with a pyramidal habit. Featherlike branches have dark green foliage. Grows best in wet areas. A stately tree for large areas. 50-70’h x 20-30’w Taxus baccata ‘Repandens’Zone 6-7 English Yew Dwarf, spreading evergreen, pendulous branches. Hardy form of English Yew. 4-6’h x 12’w Taxus x media ‘Densiformis’Zone 4-7 Dense Yew Dense shrub that is twice as wide as high. Bright green needles. 3-4’h x 4-6’w Taxus x media ‘Hicksii’Zone 4-7 Hick’s Yew Evergreen shrub with a columnar habit. Slow growing. 12’h x 4’w Thuja occidentalis ‘Emerald Green’Zone 4-7 Emerald Arborvitae Narrow, compact pyramidal habit.Keeps rich emerald color, even in winter. Good heat tolerance.Useful as a hedge or screen. 10-15’h x 3-4’w Thuja occidentalis ‘Nigra’Zone 4-7 Dark American Arborvitae Pyramidal form with dark green foliage.Useful as a hedge or screen. 20-30’h x 5+’w Thuja orientalis ‘Aurea Nana’Zone 6-11 Berckman’s Golden Arborvitae Dense, globular habit. Golden yellow foliage. 5’h x w Thuja plicata ‘Green Giant’Zone 5-7 Giant Arborvitae Evergreen with a broad pyramidal habit, fast-growing. Good green color in summer and winter. 40’h Tilia cordata ‘Greenspire’Zone 4-7 Greenspire Littleleaf Linden Upright, oval rounded head with age. Nice branching habit with a single leader. Dark green foliage. Good shade tree for lawns and open areas. Often planted as a street tree. 60’h x 40’w Tilia tomentosa ‘Green Mountain’Zone 4-7 Green Mountain Silver Linden Rapid growing form with a dense head. The dark green leaves have a silver underside.Heat & drought tolerant. Nice ornamental shade tree. 50-70’ x 40’w Tsuga CanadensisZone 4-7 Canadian Hemlock One of the best evergreens, hemlock makes a lovely, graceful hedge, accent or group planting. Sensitive to drought and insect damage. 40-70’h x 25-35’w Ulmus parvifolia ‘Allee’Zone 5-9 Allee Chinese Elm Upright, spreading habit. Medium-fine textured leaves are dark green, turning yellowish in fall. Trunk is fluted and interesting bark exfoliates in a puzzle-like pattern exposing gray, orange, green and brown. Tough tree suitable for many situations. 70’h x 60’w Vaccinium corymbosumZone 3-7 Highbush Blueberry Multi-stemmed shrub with a rounded habit. Green leaves have a nice orange-red fall color. Produces berries July-Aug. Works nicely in the shrub border or small garden. 6-8’h x w ViburnumZone 5-8 A diverse group of plants that can be used anywhere in the landscape. Flowers are white to shades of pink. Berries are yellow-black. Several varieties have a wonderful fragrance. dentatum-Arrowwood Viburnum-Non-showy flowers in May-June. Blue to Blue-black fruit in fall is favorite food of birds. Good hedge or screen. Useful at the seashore, good salt tolerance.6-8’h dilatatum-Linden Viburnum-Non-showy flowers in spring. Cherry red fruit in Sept-Oct lasting into winter. One of the best fruiting shrubs. 8-10’h opulus-European Cranberrybush-White flowers appear as a pinwheel. The yellow fruits turn bright red and last into winter. Does well in wet areas, grows8-12’h x w. rhytidophyllum-Leatherleaf-Evergreen leaves, interesting texture. White flowers in May.Fruit is yellow, red then black and produced in large quantities. Rounded habit 10-15’h. Use as a background or screening shrub. tomentosum-‘Mariesii’ & ‘Shasta’-Doublefile Viburnum-Graceful, horizontally branched shrub. The white flowers are raised above the foliage giving it a flowing effect. The red fruits turn black in the fall and are a favorite food of birds. Grows best with adequate moisture . Flowers as well in sun or shade. 8-10’h Fragrant ViburnumsZone 5-8 x burkwoodii-Pink buds open to 2-3” white flowers. Full sun produces most flowers. Oval-rounded shrub 8-10’h x carlcephalum-Pink buds open to 5-6” white flowers in April-May. 6-10’h carlesii-Pink buds open to 2-3” white flowers with a spicy-sweet fragrance. 4-8’h x w ‘Cayuga’-Pink buds open to 4-5” white flowers x juddi-Pink buds open to 2.5-3” white flowers in April-May. 6-8’h x pragense-Prague Viburnum-Dark green evergreen leaves. Pink buds open to white fragrant flowers. Fast growing to 10’h x w. Vitex agnus-castusZone 6-8 Chaste Tree Large muti-stemmed shrub or small tree. 12-18” long fragrant lilac colored flowers mid-summer. Leaves are a silver green color. 8-10’h Weigela florida ‘Wine & Roses’Zone 5-8 Wine & Roses Weigela Compact shrub with dark burgundy-purple leaves and hot pink flowers. Leaves hold color in summer. 4-5’h x w Weigela florida ‘Dark Horse’Zone 5-8 Dark Horse Weigela Nice, compact habit with dark bronze foliage and bright pink flowers.Useful in the shrub border and on banks. 2’h x 3’w Wisteria frutescens ‘Amethyst Falls’Zone 5-9 Amethyst Falls Wisteria Trailing, slightly fragrant lavender-blue flowers June-Aug. Can be trained to a trellis, arbor, fence, in containers, etc. Yucca filamentosaZone 4-9 Adam’s Needle Dark blue-green leaves, evergreen sword-like leaves. Fragrant white flower spikes to 5’h in summer. 3’h x 4’w Yucca filamentosa ‘Golden Sword’Zone 4-9 Golden Sword Yucca Yellow-centered, evergreen sword-like leaves. Fragrant white flower spikes to 5-6’h in summer. 4’h x 5’w Zelkova serrata ‘Green Vase’Zone 5-8 Green Vase Zelkova Vase-shaped habit with upright arching branches. Dark green foliage turns orange-brown to bronze-red color in Fall. Vigorous tree. 60-70’h x 40-50’w Zelkova serrata ‘Village Green’Zone 5-8 Village Green Zelkova Broad, broom-shaped head.Medium-textured foliage turns a red in fall. This tree is pest-free and quick-growing. 50-60’h
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