Fall 2007 - Spring 2008

Right:
Bacheri Spruce

Brian Gentry and
Leo Gentry II

To our Valued Customers,

We thank you for choosing Leo Gentry Nursery as your source for high quality plants
and we appreciate everything you have done to make us who we are today. We hope
you have had a successful season and are gearing up for a fantastic Fall 2007 and Spring
2008.

In order for us to prepare for the upcoming season, we have made several changes at
the nursery. To begin with, we would like to officially welcome some new members to
the Leo Gentry Nursery team. Brenda Schellenberg has added her experience to our
customer service team; Aaron Romero has been busy printing tags in our custom tag
department; and Samantha Hodge handles the busy phones and reception area. We are
delighted to have all three of them on our team.

We have received feedback from many of you that you would like to see increased
availability in our #2 and #5 shrubs. So in response to this, we have focused on these
sizes and now have good depth and variety in our #2 and #5 shrub program. We also
now have a wide selection of premium named fruit trees to add to our already extensive
tree program. We are proud to offer additional Proven Winners varieties. Check out our
expanded Proven Winners Program on page 58.
We have decided to discontinue the rebate program that we have offered over the past
few years and have introduced our new discount program. This new program will
allow us to offer you a discount upfront when you order rather than waiting until June.
The full details of this program are explained on page 8.

Another change that we are offering to help you grow your business is our new custom
tag program. We can print custom price tags with your company name, retail price and
UPC code for you upon request and have them on your plants when the truck arrives.
This will allow you to begin selling the plants immediately! Please check on page 9 or
give us a call at the nursery for further information regarding this program.
Please remember that when you are coming to Oregon, please give us a call to set up a
time for a personalized tour to ensure you get the VIP treatment. We’d love to show
you around the nursery.

We truly value you as a customer and appreciate any feedback or suggestions that you
may have. If there is anything that we can be doing to better serve your needs, please
let us know.
Sincerely,

Leo Gentry II
General Manager
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Leo Gentry
From top:
Royal Burgundy Barberry
Bonanza Gold Barberry
Crimson Pygmy Barberry

Royal Burgundy™
Berberis t. ‘Gentry Cultivar’
Plant Patent No. 09461

Over 29 years ago, Leo Gentry Sr. founded Leo Gentry Wholesale Nursery. His

goal was to bring the highest quality plant material to the nursery industry through
hard work and the best possible customer service. We have grown quite a bit since
1977 but we are first and foremost, a family owned company that is constantly

striving to earn our customers trust and satisfaction. We are very proud of the tradition that Leo Sr. began and we work hard every day to make this goal a reality.
We constantly hear positive feedback from our customers regarding Royal

Burgundy Barberry. Leo Sr. introduced this vibrant barberry to the nursery indus-

try years ago and it has been a great success. Royal Burgundy has a rich burgundy
color that holds throughout the summer. It is free from wheat rust disease, and is

on the approved barberry list for shipping into Canada to certified growers. More

and more customers now prefer Royal Burgundy to Crimson Pygmy because of its
uniform growth habit and excellent color.

We know you will be excited with Royal Burgundy!

“Your customers will love the color!”

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The Gentry Nursery Team

Productio n Container/BB

Front Row, From left to right:
Alfredo Zaragosa- Sanchez; Jorge
Zamudio; Gloria Exelen- Inclan; Placida
DeJesus-Gonzalez; Rodolfo Lazaro-Perez

Back Row, From left to right:
Isidro Pasaye- Pacheco; Eliseo I.
Gonzalez; Javier Villanueva-Martinez;
Marcos Merino Garcia; Pedro Blas
Molina; Hermilo Garcia Cisneros; David
Olmos Montiel; Alejandro Ceja Lara; Jose
De Jesus Lara Lopez; Benito OrozcoRodriguez; Rosario Ubaldo Mendoza;
Felipe Moreno-Becerril; Catalina UribeArechiga; Jaime Espiritu; Victor Andrade
Cruz; Rodrigo Bramasco-Rojano; Vicente
Avalos Alvarado
From left to right:
Eutiquia Glafira-Martinez; Antonio F.
Juarez-Aquino

Inventory - BB

From left to right: Lazaro Sanchez, BB Inventory Manager;
Antonia Gonzales Sierra; Sergio Mejia Cruz; Ernesto Ruiz Gomez

Inventory - Container

From left to right: Mayra Barientos; Maria Simon-Epitacio; Gayle Frace; Imelda
DeJesus Velasco, Inventory Manager; Francisco Diaz-Ramos

Shade &
Flowering Tree
DepartmentCanby

Front Row, From left to right:
Francisco Baca; Mario Andrade Cruz;
Ruben Farias Andrade; Efran Huacuz
Cortez

Back Row, From left to right:
Melody Knock; Eugene Mejia;, Nico
Alejandra H.; Darrell Massung, Shade &
Flowering Tree Production Manager; Jon
Bierma; Diego Robledo; Bill Hill; Luis
Lopez Silva; Araceli Tellez Vazquez

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The Gentry Nursery Team

Accounting

Logistics

Customer Service

Shipping/Quality Control

From left to right: Melissa Graham, Accounts receivable/Collections;
Jackie Maharg, Controller; Briana Piazza-Woods, Accounts payable/Credit
Applications; Linda Burns, Accounting Team Leader

From left to right: Steve Karam, Assistant Logistics Manager; Aaron
Romero, Tag Production: Todd Jackman, Logistics Manager

From left to right: Back Row: Alfonso Nunez, Shipping Manager; Baldo
Nunez, Dock Manager; Ubaldo Orosco; Eduardo Ceja, Dock Manager;
Freddy Reyes, Dock Manager
From left to Right: Front Row: Jose Luis Garcia; Alfredo Zaragosa, Dock
Manager; Lucia Diaz; Claude Tapia; Librado Orosco

From left to right: Jennifer McMillion, Quality Control/Customer Service;
Brenda Schellenberg, Quality Control/Customer Service; Elyn Rackley,
Office Team Manager; Kathy Cline, Customer Service; Samantha Hodge,
Receptionist; Junell Avila, Customer Service Manager; Minette Reisinger,
Customer Service

Maintenance

From left to right:
John Weber, Maintenance/Construction
Supervisor; Elias Martinez Ruiz, delivery
driver; Daniel Diaz-Larez, Construction;
Dave Weber, mechanic and delivery
driver; Salvador Romero Sanchez,
mechanic; Rod Hoecker, delivery driver;
Eloy Miguel Angel Garcia, mechanic; Tim
Brown, head mechanic; Dave Britton,
delivery driver; Chris Mitchell, delivery
driver

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Sales Representatives

Independent Sales Representatives

National Nursery Products

James Burns

Doug Bielas
Ed Carroll
Dennis
Dobrowolski
David Faassen
Scott Ingram

NAME

PHONE

Quentin
Coleman
Roy & Barry
Freeman
Terri Gardner
George Godwin
Chris Hackler
Ken Kaiser
Craig Jenkins

770-639-0380

UT, NV,
South. CA
GA, AL

303-725-4043
724-228-6238
865-405-8510
888-229-2788
918-794-0355

CO
West PA, East OH
NC, SC, VA
IL
AR, OK

661-331-1696

215-493-8730

TERRITORY

NJ, MD, East PA

New Introductions

Azalea (11 exciting new varieties)
Buxus m. ‘Julia Jane’
Carpinus European Hornbeam - Coming Fall 2008
Cercis Canadensis Lavender Twist - Coming Fall 2008
Cercis texensis ‘Oklahoma’
Cornus sanguinea ‘Midwinter Fire’
Corylus avellana ‘Red Majestic’®
Festuca glauca ‘Boulder Blue’
Hydrangea paniculata Pinky Winky™
Hydrangea paniculata QUICK FIRE®
Hydrangea macrophylla CITYLINE™ PARIS
Hydrangea macrophylla CITYLINE™ VENICE
Hydrangea macrophylla CITYLINE™ VIENNA
Hydrangea macrophylla CITYLINE™ BERLIN
Kalmia Elf
Kalmia Galaxy

Trade Show Schedule

NAME

Bill Malouche
Kevin McGlinn
Mike Pastore
Bill Ruppert
Earl West
Dennis
Wentworth
Nancy Williams

PHONE

TERRITORY

425-558-0112
502-243-8778

WA, OR, ID
WV, KY, AL,
MS, TN
KS, MO, IA, NE
IL
MD, VA
South IL, East MO
Northern IL
MI

269-463-8625
502-243-4718
610-449-2143

913-362-0503
630-377-1284
804-364-2692
314-963-0253
630-377-1284
269-695-2386
800-640-6532

OH

Kalmia Heart of Fire
Kalmia Little Linda
Kalmia Minuet
Kalmia Nathan Hale
Kalmia Olympic Fire
Kalmia Snowdrift
Kalmia Tiddlywinks
Laburnum Weeping Goldenchain - Coming Fall 2008
Populus Swedish Columnar Aspen - Coming Fall 2008
Prunus Crimson Pointe- Coming Fall 2008
Prunus Snow Goose
Quercus Wandell - Coming Fall 2008
Rhododendron (21 exciting new varieties)
Sorbaria sorbifolia Ash Leaf Spiraea
Weigela MY MONET™
Weigela FINE WINE™

We look forward to seeing you at the following trade shows this year:

PANTS
SNA
Farwest Show
Garden Market Expo
Western Nursery and Landscape
MANTS
MID-AM
Green & Growin’
Utah Green
Pro Green Expo
NorCal
New England Grows

IN
National Accounts
NJ

July 24-26, 2007
August 9-11, 2007
August 23-25, 2007
September 19-20, 2007
January 6-8, 2008
January 9-11, 2008
January 16-18, 2008
January 18-19, 2008
January 29-30, 2008
January 23-25, 2008
January 24, 2008
February 6-8, 2008

Booth #1010, 1012
Booth #1303
Booth #14124, 1426
Booth #1346, 1347
Booth #1302C
Booth #210
Booth #2348, 2349
Booth #1825, 1827
Booth #336, 407
Booth #697
Booth #1327
Booth #562

Table Of Contents
General Information

8-9

I

10 - 13

Plant Listings

Japanese Maples

II Flowering and Shade Trees

III Evergreen Conifers and Grafted Specialties
IV Perennials and Ornamental Grasses

14 - 42

43 - 53

54 - 57

Proven Winners Program

58

VI Deciduous Fruit Trees

77 - 81

Common/Botanical Name Cross Reference

84 - 90

Order Forms

101 - 103

V Deciduous Shrubs and Broadleaf Evergreens
Patent, Trademark, and Registered Plant Fee Schedule
Maximizing Your Profits: Plants for the Right Season
Credit Application

(503) 658-5181

(503) 658-6324

Web Site:

leogentrynursery.com

Email:
Mail:

91 - 100

IBC

To order, or for inquiries
Fax:

82 - 83

104

Map

Phone:

59 - 76

sales@leogentrynursery.com
PO Box 645
Gresham, OR 97030

Visitors Welcome

Please call for an appointment.

Our office hours are 8:00 – 4:30 Monday – Friday

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General Information
Catalog Organization and Use

• Plants are grouped into one of five categories.
Sub-groups exist within some categories.

• Each category and sub-group is alphabetized by
Genus, species, and variety.
I

Japanese Maples

II

Shade & Flowering Trees

Acer (Japanese Maples)
Acer through Zelkova

III Conifers

Abies through Cupressus
Junipers
Shrubs

Ground Covers

Upright Forms

Cultured Forms

Larix through Tsuga

IV Perennials and Ornamental Grasses
Clematis through Sedum

V

Carex through Pennisetum

Deciduous Shrubs and Broadleaf Evergreens
Abelia through Weigela

VI Deciduous Fruit Trees
Apple through Pluot

MINIMUM QUANTITIES and PRICING
Note: Prices in this catalog are net prices, and are
intended for the Wholesale Trade Only. Prices are stat-

ed in U.S. funds, F.O.B. Gresham, Oregon, and cancel
all previous price offerings.

PRICES LISTED HEREIN ARE EFFECTIVE 7/1/07 –
6/30/08
Minimum quantities are not required, but we
do encourage you to consider purchase of
quantities in excess of the suggested minimums tabulated below. Unit costs are cheaper for
larger quantities!
Volume Quantity Rates apply per shipment only.
Minimum orders $1,000 - June 2 through
February 28 Minimum orders $2,000 - March 1
through June 1

NEW DISCOUNT PROGRAM
We are discontinuing our rebate program and are
offering a discount program instead. Effective July 1,
2007 we will offer our customers a discount on every
invoice and the discount is based on their total
purchases the previous year. Discounts are awarded
on those invoices paid within terms and are valid on
catalog priced material only. Invoices will be stamped
with the dollar amount of discount available. New
customers are entitled to the discount that corresponds
with the dollar amount of their first order. The chart
below shows the discount percentage associated with
annual purchases.
Dollar Amount
Previous Years Purchases
$5000
$8000
$15,000
$25,000
$40,000
$60,000
$80,000
$100,000
$120,000

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Discount
Percentage
1%
2%
4%
6%
8%
10%
12%
14%
15%

Terms of Sale

Our terms of sale are cash to customers we have not yet
established a relationship. Terms for customers with
established credit are net 30 days. All past due accounts
will be charged 1.5 % per month on the unpaid balance.

We will consider new accounts with established companies only after a written request that provides sufficient
credit information upon which the determination of credit worthiness can be made. A credit application blank
may be found in the appendix.

Inter-bank transfers can be arranged for those customers
wishing to do so. Simply instruct your bank to wire
funds to:
WEST COAST BANK
ABA Routing # 123200088
Gresham Branch
473 NW Burnside
Gresham, Oregon 97030
Credit to the account of:
Leo Gentry Wholesale Nursery, Inc.
Contact Leo Gentry Nursery for Account Number
*In addition to Inter-bank transfers, we are now accepting
Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. We will be
offering you the processing fees on the first $5000
charged in a given month free of charge. Any dollar
amount in excess of $5000 will be subject to the percentage of the processing fee at the time of the charge.
Example: $7000- Invoice being paid
$5000- Allowed in month
$2000- Subject to fee
x 2.5%- Current Processing Fee
$50- Processing Fee
Card would be run for $7050

PLANT HARDINESS ZONE RATINGS
Every item in the catalog lists a hardiness rating
expressed as the minimum temperature (°F) that the
plant can reasonably well be expected to endure based on
the USDA Cold Hardiness Rating. We choose to use the
minimum temperatures from the USDA Zone rating,
rather that the zone number itself on the assumption that
more people are familiar with the minimum temperatures in their location than are familiar with
the ZONE Numbers. The USDA average annual
minimum temperatures for each Zone are included below
for reference.
ZONE 2
-50° to -40° F
ZONE 3
-40° to -30° F
ZONE 4
-30° to -20° F
ZONE 5
-20° to -10° F
ZONE 6
-10° to 0° F
ZONE 7
0° to10° F
ZONE 8
10° to 20° F
ZONE 9
20° to 30° F
PATENT FEES
Patent fees are in addition to the catalog prices listed
herein. All patented plant material is clearly indicated in
the catalog and a list of patent fees is tabulated in the
Appendix.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT & CONFIRMATION
We will acknowledge receipt of your order within 10
business days. Confirmations will be sent to those customers whose accounts are current, and to new customers beginning August 1, for Fall 2007 orders and
beginning September 15, for Spring 2008 orders. All
Spring orders not picked up by the 15th of May will be
released into open inventory and made available for sale
on a first come basis. All orders will be confirmed once
the credit has been established or full payment has been
made for the amount of the order.

CANCELLATIONS:
All cancellations must be submitted in writing by January
1. Cancellations after January 1 are subject to a thirty percent (30%) restocking charge.
CUSTOM TAGGING
For your convenience and so you can begin selling your
nursery stock as soon as it’s unloaded off the truck we
can now print custom tags with your company name,
retail price and UPC code and have them placed directly
on your order. The cost for this service is $0.15 per tag.
If you would like this service, please request this at the
time you order.

SHIPMENTS
Our goal is to have high quality plants at your place of
business in the best condition possible. This process
begins with propagation and ends with loading your
plants on the truck. Our responsibility ends at this point.
We will do our best to locate trucks for you or we’ll be
glad to load the material on a truck furnished by you.
For the trucks that we arrange, all freight will be C.O.D.
and paid to the truck broker, unless otherwise noted. All
shipments will be by refrigerated truck, unless otherwise
specified.
PACKING CHARGES
Liners in 2-1/4” or 4” pots will be packaged in waxed
cartons and shipped UPS or Air Freight at your request.
There will be a packing charge of $5.00 per box in addition to the freight charge.

GUARANTEE
We give no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the variety or productivity of any plant that we sell. Should any
plant prove untrue to name as labeled, it is mutually
agreed that our total liability, upon satisfactory proof,
shall be limited to the purchase price only.
SUBSTITUTIONS
Plant growth depends on conditions beyond our control.
For this reason, we reserve the option of making substitutions in grade, up or down, without prior notification. If
this is not satisfactory, please let us know at the time you
order.

CLAIMS
Each order is counted carefully, and only the best plants
are picked to insure shipment of the highest possible
grade. Claims for errors must be made in writing within
5 days of receipt of goods, and all claims must be accompanied by a photograph of each plant for which a claim is

Japanese
Maples

Japanese maples are listed separately as
they simply are unlike most other maple
varieties and we feel their uniqueness
warrants special attention.

Inabe Shidare Maple
Coral Bark Maple

J A PA N E S E M A P L E S
JAPANESE MAPLES

ACER (Maple)

palmatum (Green Japanese Maple)

-20°F

HxS 20’x15’

Seedling grown upright Japanese maple. A wide variation in form and/or leaf color make this an
uncommonly beautiful tree. Fall color is usually red to orange. A good choice for the small landscape.
B&B
CONTAINER
7’
6’
5’
4’
3’
#1
108.15 62.20 48.00 37.50 30.30
1-49 6.40
50+
6.15

palmatum ‘Atropurpureum’ (Red Leaf )

-10°F HxS 20’x15’

A specially selected, seedling grown upright Japanese Maple that typically retains its red color from early
Spring throughout the growing season. ‘Atros’ need sun to develop and retain good red color, but will benefit
by protection from hot afternoon sun.
B&B
CONTAINER
SPECIMEN
7’
6’
5’
4’
3’
30”
#5
#2
#1
In 30” Cedar Planter Box
149.90 86.30 60.10 52.10 37.75 30.70
1-49 33.40 17.30
380.00
50+
32.90 16.90

palmatum cultivars

Available in the following sizes:
B&B
1-49
50+

6’
5’
128.85 95.40
90.65

4’
74.00
70.30

3’
63.00
59.85

‘Beni Schichihenge’

CONTAINER BB TO POT
#15
#10
#7
5-6’
4-5’
3-4’
113.70 85.70 71.75
108.00 81.40 68.20

#5
24-30”
47.40
46.90

#2
18-24”
26.75
26.35

SPECIMEN
#1
In 30” Cedar
12-15” Planter Box
13.40
509.00
13.15

-20°F

Ht to 8’

‘Bloodgood’

-20°F

Ht to 20’

‘Butterfly’

-20°F

Ht to 12’

‘Emperor 1’

-20°F

Ht to 12’

An upright form with a rather “twiggy” growth habit whose outstanding feature is its leaf coloration. Unlike
the other variegated leaf varieties, this one sports a distinctive orange coloration on a bluish-green leaf with
bold, white margins.
A vigorous upright grower with large, deep red to blackish-red leaves that hold their color better than most of
the other red-leafed palmatums, lasting late into the Summer. Fall colors are usually bright crimson. One of
the most popular red uprights.
A dainty but stiffly upright tree or twiggy shrub that has irregular blue to green leaves with a cream colored
variegation on the edge. New leaf growth in the Spring frequently has pink coloration bordering the white
markings.
A vigorous upright grower with large, red leaves that hold their color better than most red-leafed palmatums,
lasting late into summer. Fall colors are usually bright crimson.

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JAPANESE MAPLES

palmatum cultivars

Available in the following sizes:
B&B
1-49
50+

6’
5’
128.85 95.40
90.65

4’
74.00
70.30

3’
63.00
59.85

* Except as noted for Shishigashira

‘Orido Nishiki’

CONTAINER BB TO POT
#15
#10
#7
#5
5-6’
4-5’
3-4’
24-30”
113.70 85.70 71.75 47.40
108.00 81.40 68.20 46.90

#2
18-24”
26.75
26.35

#1
12-15”
13.40
13.15

SPECIMEN

In 30” Cedar Planter Box
509.00

-20°F

Ht to 19’

‘Peaches & Cream’

-20ºF

Ht to 10-12’

‘Sango Kaku’ (Coral Bark)

-20°F

Ht to 20’

‘Shishigashira’ (Lion’s Head Maple)

-20°F

Ht to10’

‘Trompenburg’

-20°F

Ht to 15’

‘Ukigumo’

-10ºF

HxS: 6’x6’

Orido Nishiki is a vigorous, upright grower with a variegated leaf that is deeply lobed, and has a rich green
color that starts its spring growth with irregular splashes of pink, white, cream, or some combination of these.
The bark of new shoots is typically coral colored and sometimes streaked with purple.
Attractive variegated Japanese maple with spring foliage that emerge a cream color. Bright green veins run
through the middle of the leaf and help accent the cream color. The outside edge of the leaves have a soft
pink tinge. The leaves hold their cream color throughout most of the summer gradually fading to yellow and
finally to beige with darker tips.
This upright form offers something for every season. A red tint graces the margin of the new leaves in spring;
light green and somewhat soft and feathery leaves adorn the tree in the summer; fall leaves change to a
predominately apricot tone with hints of light red, and the winter bark of the tree, especially the bark on the
newer growth, is a brilliant coral color.
A truly unique upright with tightly compact and steeply ascending branches covered with a dense mass of
deep green foliage, that is darker than most of the other Japanese maples. Most of the leaf margins are
crinkled and shrubby tufts of growth typically occur at the branch tips. Note: Shishigashira is sold only as
B&B: (3’ - $71.20; 4’ - $94.90)
A strong, upright growing tree with a unique leaf form. The lobes radiate from a central point on the leaf and
each one curls or rolls under like a tube. It is a rich, deep purple-red and does not burn in full sun. Fall color
is crimson.
Unique, upright maple with a short multi-branching habit that more closely resembles a shrub than a tree.
The white, green mottled variegated leaf color often times resembles floating clouds. Leaves have soft pink
tips especially during early spring. Green flecks appear as the tree matures in amongst the white and green
color. Very interesting addition to any landscape!

palmatum ‘Dissectum cultivars (Laceleaf Varieties)
Available in the following sizes:
B&B
5’

MINI
SPECIMEN
“AA” “A”

CONTAINER BB TO POT
4’
3’
30” 24”
#25
#20
#15
#10 #7
#5
#2 #1
Super Junior 3-4’
30-36” 24-30” 18-24”
Jr. Spec Spec
1-49 162.25 135.20 99.30 78.10 55.90 313.65 216.30 281.20 200.00 118.00 86.10 73.50 47.40 26.75 13.40
50+ 154.15 128.45 94.30 74.20 53.10
46.90 26.35 13.15

SPECIMEN
In 30”
Cedar
Planter Box
710.00

SPREADER - A spreader is a grade we selected out of our dissectum varieties. The head is wider than the total height of the plant.
The size grade listed is actual spread width of the head. Spreader is graded by width instead of by height. These are older plants
with a nice caliper, great for an entry way planting or specimen in any landscape. Listed as SPRDR. When ordering, Spreader must
be specified.

Dissectum ‘Crimson Queen’

-20°F

Ht to 10-12’

Dissectum ‘Everred’

-20°F

Ht to 10-12’

Dissectum ‘Garnet’

-20°F

Ht to 10-12’

The foliage of this tree is a deep red, and the color persists throughout the growing season without fading or
burning. Fall coloration is scarlet. An outstanding small, weeping tree.
A mounding or cascading tree similar in size and appearance to ‘Crimson Queen, except that the new Spring
growth is covered with fine silvery hairs. Prominent bright red leaves in the Fall.
Garnet is a vigorously growing, mounding shrub with a deeper red color than either Crimson Queen or
Everred. It’s finely cut leaves hold their color well throughout the growing season.

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SUPER
SPECIMEN
In 24”
In 30”
Cedar
Cedar
Planter Box Planter Box
443.00
950.00

-20°F

Ht to 10’-12’

Dissectum ‘Red Select’

-20°F

Ht to 10-12’

Dissectum ‘Tamukeyama’

-20°F

Ht to 10-12’

Dissectum ‘Viridis’

-20°F

Ht to 10-12’

Dissectum ‘Red Dragon’ (Semi-Dwarf Laceleaf)

-20°F

Ht to 10-12’

Dissectum ‘Seiryu’

-20°F

Ht to 13-20’

An outstanding, mounding dissectum noted for its deeply serrated, large dark, purplish-red leaves in the
Summer. It retains the deep color throughout the growing season, and is considered by some to have the best
color of the red dissectums. Fall leaf color is a brilliant crimson. Inabe Shidare is one of the more vigorous
dissectums in its class.
One of our most vigorous laceleaf maples. This plant develops excellent form, has deeply dissected red leaves,
and a distinct weeping habit.
Beautiful weeping laceleaf maple with rich purplish-red, laceleaf foliage which becomes spectacular shades of
red in autumn. Wonderful accent to any landscape or mixed in small areas.
A dome-shaped, or round headed weeping dissectum with a nice bright green leaf. The leaves are deeply
lobed. Yellow and orange tones dominate the tree in Autumn. A small and graceful tree ideally suited for
container growing or for use in tight places.

Red Dragon is a new introduction from Duncan & Davies in New Zealand. The foliage is a beautiful deep red
that is similar in color to Purple Fountain Beech. Bark is a deep purple-red. Slower growing, but similar in
habit to Inabe Shidare, with weeping mounds of foliage that holds its color well into the Fall.
B&B
MINI SPECIMEN
CONTAINER BB TO POT
SPECIMEN
4’
3’
30”
24”
“AA” “A”
#15
#10 #7
#5
#2
#1
In 30” Cedar
3’-4’
30-36 24-30”18-24”
Planter Box
1-49 149.35 113.55 90.15 68.30 391.50 240.40
134.00 98.15 80.85 50.50 30.30 14.60 680.00
50+
102.20 85.60
127.30 93.25 76.80 50.00 29.90 14.35
This upright growing laceleaf makes a very unique accent piece in any landscape. It sports finely cut bright
green foliage displayed on upright arching branches to form a rounded crown with a light, delicate
appearance. Fall color is a spectacular gold to light yellow with tones of orange, and red or crimson
throughout the crown.
B&B
CONTAINER BB TO POT
SPECIMEN
5’
4’
3’
#10
#7
#5
#2
#1
In 30” Cedar Planter Box
1-49 95.40 71.70 59.55
106.60 77.00 47.40 26.75 13.40 509.85
50+
46.90 26.35 13.15

13

JAPANESE MAPLES

Dissectum ‘Inabe Shidare’

Flowering
and Shade
Trees

Fairview Norway Maple

TREE KEY
Flower ing and Shade Trees

W

Whip (W)

Light Branched (LB)

Branched (B)

Feather Branched (FB)

Serpentine and Shrub Forms

B

FB

SERP

Serpentine (SERP)

SF

Shrub Form (SF)

Top Gr afted Weeping Trees

#2 Grade (#2)

#1 Light Branched (#1LB)

#2

#1 Branched (#1)

#1 Heavy (#1HVY)

Base Grafted Weeping Trees

#2 Grade (#2)

#1 Light Branched (#1LB)

#1 Branched (#1)

15

#1 Heavy (#1HVY)

#2 Grade Trees are best
suited for lining out to grow
on to Landscape size.
Branching is often heavier on
one side and is not
symmetrical.
#1LB #1 Light Branched Trees
have fewer branches and are
symmetrical. Ideal for lining
out or potting up for future
promotion or to grow on.
#1
#1 Trees have a full and
balanced branching
structure. Ideal for landscape
settings or for strong
uniform container trees.
#1HVY #1 Heavy Trees are the top of
the line grade Landscape
ready and also ideal for
potting up, generally in
larger #15 containers.

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

LB

Whips are young trees which have a
central leader and little or no
branching. Uniform branching will
appear in the following years.
Excellent for lining out for growing
on to caliper trees.
Light Branched Trees are
characterized by a strong central
leader and either have fewer
branches or branches which are
shorter than Branched trees.
Branching will often be heavier on
one side. Ideal for lining out or
potting up for future promotion to
allow trees time to fill out.
Branched Trees are characterized by
a strong central leader and a full and
balanced branching structure. Ideal
for use in landscape settings or as
strong uniform container trees.
Feather Branched Trees have a
central leader with a balanced head.
Branching is lighter than (B)
Branched Trees. These trees make an
excellent choice for potting into a #5
container for a promotion tree.
Serpentine Trees have been trained
to develop a curving growth habit.
Caliper of trees is equal to Branched
trees.
Shrub Form Plants have multiple
stems emerging near ground level
and don’t rely on a single central
leader.

SHADE AND FLOWERING TREES
ACER (Maple)

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

NOTE: Any of the bare root shade tree varieties listed in the following section may also be ordered B&B for an
additional charge of $5.50 per item in all grades.

Acer circinatum (Vine Maple)

-30°F

HxS 20’x 20

Acer ginnala (Flame Maple)

-50°F

HxS 20’x20’

A small, seedling grown multi-stemmed or sometimes single-stemmed tree with green spring and summer
leaves, that turn shades of yellow, orange, and scarlet in late summer or early fall. Winged red seed add a
splash of color in late summer.
B&B
CONTAINER
6’-8’ 5’
4’
3’
6’
5’
4’
3’
42.60 32.55 26.70 19.60
50.60 39.70 33.85 26.75

Distinctive orange-red fall color. Grown both as a single-stemmed and multi-stemmed tree. Can be used as a
screen or hedge. Does well in containers. Very hardy.
TREE FORM
SHRUB FORM
QTY 1”B
6’B
5’B
4’B
7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
9’SF 8’SF 7’SF 6’SF 5’SF
5-49 23.40 20.90 15.40 13.20 13.50 11.90 10.30 7.90
20.30 18.90 17.40 15.50 14.00
50-99 21.20 19.00 13.90 12.00 12.20 10.80
9.40 7.20
18.50 17.10 15.80 14.00 12.80
100+ 19.10 17.20 12.60 10.90 11.00
9.70 8.50 6.50
16.70 15.40 14.30 12.70 11.50
CONTAINER 10-24 #20 — 74.00
25+
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

ACER PLATANOIDES (Norway Maples)

Note: We take the extra step to insure that you receive the highest quality tree possible. All Norway Maple
varieties except Crimson Sentry and Columnar Maple are shaped twice. First, they are topped in early spring;
then we go back to each tree in late June and uniformly shape the head for superb balance. The resulting plant is
ideal for use in containers.

‘Crimson King’

-30°F

HxS 40’x35’

Purple leaves grace this round-headed tree throughout the growing season. Slower growing than the species.
The most popular of all red-leafed Norways.
QTY 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B 1”LB 6’B
6’LB 6’FB 5’B
5’FB 8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W
4’W
5-49
34.10
29.00
28.30 24.10 25.00 21.30 14.40 21.00 12.90 15.20 13.50 12.50 10.80 9.40
50-99 31.00
26.40
25.70 21.90 22.70 19.30 13.10 19.10 11.70 13.80 12.20 11.30 9.80 8.50
100+ 27.90
23.70
23.20 19.70 20.50 17.40 11.80 17.20 10.50 12.50 11.00 10.20 8.80 7.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

‘Crimson Sentry’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

#5 — 21.50
20.45

-30°F

HxS 25’x15’

Crimson Sentry is a sport of Crimson King that was selected by A. McGill & Son Nursery. It was selected for
its bright foliage and closely spaced leaves. This tree is very columnar and dense in growth habit.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B 9’B
8’B
8’LB 7’B
7’LB 6’B
5’B
8’W
7’W
6’W
5’W 4’W ‚
5-49
34.10 28.30 35.50 30.80 26.20 27.80 23.70 25.00 21.00 17.30 15.60 14.00 12.10 9.40
50-99 31.00 25.70 32.30 28.00 23.80 25.30 21.50 22.70 19.10 15.70 14.10 12.80 11.00 8.50
100+ 27.90 23.20 29.10 25.30 21.50 22.80 19.40 20.50 17.20 14.10 12.80 11.50
8.80 7.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

‘Drummondii’ (Silver Variegated Maple)

#7 — 34.00
32.30

#5 — 21.50
20.45

-30°F

HxS 35’x25’

Light green leaves with white margins sets this tree apart from the other Norway Maples. A round-headed
tree with lots of character.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 23.20 21.90 18.70 20.90 17.80 17.00 12.90 12.00 10.20 9.00
50-99 21.00 19.90 16.90 19.00 16.20 15.40 11.70 10.90
9.30 8.10
100+ 19.00 17.90 15.30 17.20 14.60 13.90 10.50
9.80 8.40 7.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

#5 — 21.50
20.45

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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‘Pond‘ (Emerald Lustre™)

-30°F

HxS 45’x40’

-40°F

HxS 70’x40’

Emerald Luster is a very vigorous tree with a dense branching system and a rounded crown. Dark green
leaves turn to a brilliant yellow during the fall.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
8’W 7’W 6’W
5-49 28.30 24.50 21.90 18.10 11.40 10.90 10.80
50-99 25.70 22.30 19.90 16.50 10.30
9.90 9.80
100+ 23.20 20.10 17.90 14.80
9.30 9.00 8.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#10 — 45.30
43.00

Rapid growth and great form are advantages matched by few other shade trees.
foliage adds the third dimension needed to make this a good choice.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B 1”LB 6’B
6’FB 9’W
8’W
5-49 40.70 28.30 24.50 20.90
21.90 18.70 18.10 16.60 11.90 11.40
50-99 37.00 25.70 22.30 19.00
19.90 16.90 16.50 15.10 10.80 10.30
100+ 33.30 23.20 20.10 17.10
17.90 15.30 14.80 13.60
9.70
9.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Fairview™’

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

The dark, glossy green
7’W 6’W
10.90 10.80
9.90 9.80
9.00 8.80

#5 — 21.50
20.45

-30°F

5’W
9.50
8.60
7.80

HxS 45’x35’

Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.25
A straight-stemmed, fast growing maple. New leaves are a rich burgundy; mature foliage is dark green to
bronze. A strikingly beautiful and very symmetrical tree. More narrow and upright than ‘Deborah.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B 1”LB 6’B
6’FB 9’W
8’W
7’W 6’W
5-49 40.70 28.30 24.50 20.90
21.90 18.70 18.10 16.60 11.90 11.40 10.90 10.80
50-99 37.00 25.70 22.30 19.00
19.90 16.90 16.50 15.10 10.80 10.30
9.90 9.80
100+ 33.30 23.20 20.10 17.10
17.90 15.30 14.80 13.60
9.70
9.30
9.00 8.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

‘Princeton Gold’/Plant Patent #6727

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

#5 — 21.50
20.45

-30°F

HxS 35’x30’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.75
The foliage of Princeton Gold is an eye-catching bright yellow, holding the yellow color until leaf drop in the
fall. Selected by Princeton Nursery. Slightly smaller in growth habit to Crimson King, and produces an oval
shape as it matures.
QTY 2”B
1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 48.10 34.10 28.40 24.10 25.00 21.30 13.50 12.30 10.80 9.40
50-99 43.70 31.00 25.70 21.90 22.70 19.30 12.20 11.20
9.80 8.50
100+ 39.40 27.90 23.20 19.70 20.50 17.40 11.00 10.10
8.80 7.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Royal Red’

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

A red-leafed maple resembling Crimson King but thought to be hardier.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
8’W 7’W 6’W
5-49 34.10 28.40 24.10 25.00 22.20 21.00 15.20 13.50 12.30
50-99 31.00 25.70 21.90 22.70 19.30 19.10 13.80 12.20 11.20
100+ 27.90 23.20 19.70 20.50 18.20 17.20 12.50 11.00 10.10
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

5’W
10.80
9.80
8.80

#7 — 34.00
32.30

#5 — 21.50
20.45

-30°F

4’W
9.40
8.50
7.70

HxS 40’x30’

#5 — 21.50
20.45

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

17

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

‘Emerald Queen’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

ACER RUBRUM (Red Maples)
r. ‘Armstrong’

-40°F

HxS 45’x15’

A fast grower with a columnar habit, makes this a good choice for a narrow planting space. The gray bark
and dark green leaves make a pleasant contrast. Expect scarlet fall color with some variation, depending on
soil acidity.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B 1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 51.90 44.40 37.90 32.30 32.30 27.50 26.70 22.70 17.20 19.30 17.80 16.70 14.00 11.50

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

50-99 47.20
100+

42.50

40.30
36.30

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

34.50

31.10

29.40

26.40

#20 — 78.00
74.10

29.30 25.00 24.20
26.40 22.50 21.80

#15 — 57.00
54.20

r. ‘Autumn Flame’/Plant Patent 2377

20.60 15.60

18.60 14.10

#10 — 45.30
43.00

17.50 16.20 15.20

15.80 14.60 13.70

#7 — 36.00
34.20

-30°F

12.80

11.50

10.40

9.40

HxS 35’x35’

The leaves of Autumn Flame turn a brilliant scarlet color two weeks before other Red Maples, and hold the
color well into autumn. Autumn Flame branches readily at a young age, forming a shapely, dense, wellrounded crown.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 4’B
7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 44.40 37.90 32.30 27.50 26.70 22.70 17.20 14.70 14.70 17.80 16.70 14.00 11.50
50-99 40.30 34.50 29.30 25.00 24.20 20.60 15.60 13.30 13.30 16.20 15.20 12.80 10.40
100+ 36.30 31.10 26.40 22.50 21.80 18.60 14.10 12.00 12.00 14.60 13.70 11.50
9.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

r. ‘Bowhall’

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 22.00
20.45

-40°F

HxS 45’x20’

-30 F

HxS: 30x12’

-40 F

HxS 45’x20’

This columnar tree is excellent for street plantings due to its uniform upright growth habit when young. The
spring foliage is a red-green turning to pure green in the summer. Fall color is a red-orange. Bowhall has
better foliage color in the summer and fall than the Armstrong Maple.
QTY 6’W 5’W 4’W 3’W
5-49 16.70 14.00 11.50 9.50
50-99 15.20 12.80 10.40 8.60
100+ 13.70 11.50
9.40 7.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

r. ‘Brandywine’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

Columnar form that does well in plantings along streets. Brandywine has an intense red fall color which
peaks as a brilliant purple-red before dropping its leaves. Peak is later than most rubrum varieties.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
5’B
6’W 5’W
5-49 44.40 37.90 32.30 26.70 17.20 16.70 14.00
50-99 40.30 34.50 29.30 24.20 15.60 15.20 12.80
100+ 36.30 31.10 26.40 21.80 14.10 13.70 11.50
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

r. ‘Burgundy Belle’/Plant Patent 7222

#10 — 45.30
43.00

Plant Patent Fee: $0.90
Dark green leaves turns to a vibrant burgundy red that hold its leaves well into autumn. Tree has a compact
and symmetrical crown that does well in street plantings.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 37.90 32.30 27.50 26.70 22.70 17.20 14.60 16.70 14.00 11.50
50-99 34.50 29.30 25.00 24.20 20.60 12.80 13.30 15.20 15.60 10.40
100+ 31.10 26.40 22.50 21.80 18.60 11.50 12.00 13.70 14.10
9.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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r. ‘Fairview Flame®’

-30°F

HxS 40’x35’

Registered Plant Fee: $0.55
A very vigorous grower with vibrant fall color and an excellent branching system which forms into a well
shaped crown. The deep scarlet color begins earlier than October Glory and lasts into autumn. Thank you to
A. McGill & Son for this impressive red maple.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
6’LB 5’B
7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 40.70 37.90 32.30 26.70 22.70 17.20 17.80 16.70 14.00 11.50
50-99 37.00 34.50 29.30 24.20 20.60 15.60 16.20 15.20 12.80 10.40
100+ 33.30 31.10 26.40 21.80 18.60 14.10 14.60 13.70 11.50
9.40

r. ‘Karpick’

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 22.00
20.45

-30 F

HxS: 45’ x 20’

-30°F

HxS 40’x35’

Columnar maple with a uniform dense form. Autumn color is yellow gradually changing to a brilliant red.
Dark green leaves contrast the bright red branch tips during spring and summer.
QTY 1”B
6’B
7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W 3’W
5-49 32.30 26.70 17.80 16.70 14.00 11.50 10.20
50-99 29.30 24.20 16.20 15.20 12.80 10.40
9.30
100+ 26.40 21.80 14.60 13.70 11.50
9.40 8.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

r. ‘October Glory’/Plant Patent 2116

#10 — 45.30
43.00

Plant Patent Fee: $0.50
October Glory is a preferred variety of Red Maple developed by Princeton Nurseries. The lustrous green
foliage, becoming crimson red in the fall, will hold on a few weeks longer than the genus. Thank you,
Princeton Nursery, for this outstanding tree.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 40.70 37.90 32.30 26.70 22.70 17.20 14.70 17.80 16.70 14.00 11.50
50-99 37.00 34.50 29.30 24.20 20.60 15.60 13.30 16.20 15.20 12.80 10.40
100+ 33.30 31.10 26.40 21.80 18.60 14.10 12.00 14.60 13.70 11.50
9.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

r. ‘Franksred’ (Red Sunset®)

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 22.00
20.45

-20°F

HxS 45’x35’

Registered Plant Fee: $0.65
Red Sunset is a vigorous grower, and occupies a place of prominence among the Red Maple cultivars. The
summer leaves are a distinct glossy green that has no equal , followed by a showy display of orange to red
fall color that makes this a truly outstanding selection. The crown is oval to rounded and uniformly branched
throughout. Hardy to winter conditions.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 40.70 37.90 32.30 27.50 26.70 22.70 17.20 14.70 17.80 16.70 14.00 11.50
50-99 37.00 34.50 29.30 25.00 24.20 20.60 15.60 13.30 16.20 15.20 12.80 10.40
100+ 33.30 31.10 26.40 22.50 21.80 18.60 14.10 12.00 14.60 13.70 11.50
9.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

‘Summers Red®’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 22.00
20.45

-30 F

HxS 35’ x 25’

Registered Plant Fee: $0.50
Exciting new variety with outstanding red-colored new growth during spring. During autumn older leaves
change to a yellow color while the new leaves change to orange-purple.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
5’B
4’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 38.50 32.30 26.70 17.20 14.70 16.70 14.00 11.50
50-99 35.00 29.30 24.20 15.60 13.30 15.20 12.80 10.40
100+ 31.50 26.40 21.80 14.10 12.00 13.70 11.50
9.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

19

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Sun Valley’

-30 F

HxS 30’x20’

-30°F

HxS 50’x40’

Disease resistant red maple with a brilliant red fall color that peaks late into autumn. Peak color lasts two to
three weeks. Symmetrical crown.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
4’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 38.50 32.30 27.40 26.70 22.70 17.20 14.70 16.70 14.00 11.50
50-99 35.00 29.30 24.90 24.20 20.60 15.60 13.30 15.20 12.80 10.40
100+ 31.50 26.40 22.50 21.80 18.60 14.10 12.00 13.70 11.50
9.40

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

ACER X FREEMANII (Hybrid Maple)
‘JeffersRed’ (Autumn Blaze®)/Plant Patent 4864

Plant Patent Fee: $1.00
A new cultivar from Jeffers Nursery. A cross between Red Maple and Silver Maple that provides a great
scarlet fall color, drought tolerance, and vigorous growth.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 51.90 44.40 37.90 32.30 27.50 26.70 22.70 17.20 14.70 18.90 17.80 16.70 14.00 11.50
50-99 47.20 40.30 34.50 29.30 25.00 24.20 20.60 15.60 13.30 17.10 16.20 15.20 12.80 10.40
100+ 42.50 36.30 31.10 26.40 22.50 21.80 18.60 14.10 12.00 15.40 14.60 13.70 11.50
9.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Marmo’

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 22.00
20.45

-40°F

HxS 55’x45’

Leaf color begins as light green with reddish tints during spring changing to a deep green with silver
undersides during summer, finally turning to an outstanding reddish orange during autumn. Color develops
early and lasts close to four weeks. Marmo has an upright oval shape with a strong central leader and strong
branching.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
5’B
7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
50-99 32.50 27.60 22.80 14.70 15.20 14.30 12.00 9.80
100+ 29.25 24.85 20.55 13.25 13.70 12.90 10.80 8.85
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

ACER GRISEUM (Paperbark Maple)
Paperbark Maple

#5 — 22.00
20.45

-20°F

HxS 30’x30’

-40°F

HxS 45’x40’

Attractive tree with cinnamon colored flaking bark. Bluish-green three leaflet leaves change to a beautiful
scarlet red color in fall. Tree is slow growing with a low branch structure and a rounded crown. Exciting tree
that is native to China.
B&B
CONTAINER
1.25" 1”
6’
5’
1.25” 1”
6’
5’
134.75 105.90 80.00 66.15
143.50 113.90 87.15 73.30

ACER SACCHARUM (Sugar Maples)
Sugar Maple

This maple is less vigorous than the Norway Maple, but matures at a greater age. It has one of the finest
autumn colorations of any tree in North America. The spectacular Autumn colors are orange, gold, scarlet,
and tints of apricot.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 36.40 30.30 25.80 24.90 21.10 19.40 17.80 15.30 13.20 10.60
50-99 33.10 27.60 23.40 22.60 19.20 17.60 16.20 13.90 12.00
9.60
100+ 29.80 24.90 21.10 20.30 17.30 15.90 14.60 12.50 10.80
8.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 57.00
54.10

#10 — 49.50
47.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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s. ‘Green Mountain’ /Plant Patent 2339

-40°F

HxS 45’x35’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.50
This sugar maple has a desirable oval crown of dark green leaves that turn orange to scarlet in the fall. The
thick leaves of this cultivar prevent damage from the hot winds that commonly burn the foliage on Sugar
Maple.
QTY 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 34.10 29.00 30.40 25.90 25.30 23.30 19.00 17.80 14.80 12.80
50-99 31.00 26.40 27.70 23.50 23.00 21.10 17.20 16.10 13.40 11.70
100+ 27.90 23.70 24.90 21.20 20.70 19.10 15.50 14.50 12.10 10.50
#20 — 81.00
77.00

s. ‘Legacy’/Plant Patent 4979

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 49.50
47.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 22.00
20.90

-40°F

HxS 50’x35’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.50
A fast growing Sugar Maple with heavy inner branching. Leaves are shiny and resistant to leaf tatter.
The fall color is a beautiful red with shades of orange, pink, and yellow.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 36.40 34.10 30.40 25.90 25.30 21.60 23.30 19.00 17.80 14.80 12.80
50-99 33.10 31.00 27.70 23.50 23.00 19.60 21.10 17.20 16.10 13.40 11.70
100+ 29.80 27.90 24.90 21.20 20.70 17.60 19.10 15.50 14.50 12.10 10.50
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

ACER TRUNCATUM

#10 — 49.50
47.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

x A. plat. ‘Keithsform’ (Norwegian Sunset®)
Plant Patent #7529
Plant Patent Fee: $1.00
Excellent fall color with light orange to red leaves.
uniform canopy structure.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’FB 8’W
5-49 53.70 46.50 39.90 33.90 24.00 22.60
50-99 48.80 42.20 36.20 30.80 21.80 20.50
100+ 43.90 38.00 32.60 27.70 19.60 18.50
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#5 — 22.00
20.90

-25°F

HxS 35’x25’

Similar in appearance to Acer platanoides ‘Norway’. Very
7’W
21.00
19.10
17.20

6’W
19.80
18.00
16.30

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

AMELANCHIER (Serviceberry)
grandiflora ‘Autumn Brilliance’/Plant Patent 5717

#5 — 22.00
20.90

-30°F

HxS 20’ x 15’ (TF)

-40°F

HxS 40’x30’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.75
Fast growing with impressive soft, white blossoms in Spring. Dark green disease resistant leaves, turn
brilliant red in fall.
QTY 4’CL 3’CL 2’CL 18”CL 12”CL
5-49 15.00 14.000 11.30 9.10 8.20
50-99 13.60 12.80 10.20 8.20 7.40
100+ 12.30 11.50
9.20 7.40 6.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

BETULA (Birch)

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#5 — 15.50
14.75

jacquemontii (Jacquemontii Birch)

The beautiful white bark that colors up at an early age is the whitest of all the Birches. The leaves are dark
green, thick, and leathery, and somewhat resistant to leaf miner.
QTY 2.25”B 2”B
1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
5’B
4’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 38.20 34.10 30.30 26.90 23.90 21.20 18.70 14.90 12.60 14.40 12.60 10.90
50-99 34.70 30.90 27.60 24.50 21.70 19.20 17.00 13.50 11.40 13.00 11.40
9.90
100+ 31.30 27.90 24.90 22.00 19.60 17.30 15.30 12.20 10.30 11.80 10.30
9.00

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 – 74.00
70.30

#15 – 52.50 #10 – 45.30
49.90
43.00

CLUMP #20 – 81.00 #15 – 62.00 #10 – 49.50 #7 – 34.00 #5 – 20.00
77.00
58.90
47.00
32.30
19.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

21

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

nigra (River Birch)

-30°F

HxS 40’x35’

-40°F

HxS 45’x35’

-30 F

HxS: 40’x25’

-50°F

HxS 45’x30’

A rapid grower to 40’, pyramidal in form and with medium green foliage. The tree is open at maturity which
exposes the exfoliating bark, ranging from shades of grey-brown to reddish-brown in color.
QTY 10’CL 9’CL 8’CL 7’CL 6’CL 5’CL 4’CL 3’CL
5-49 34.30 30.80 27.10 24.20 20.70 19.30 16.70 15.50
50-99 31.20 28.00 24.60 22.00 18.80 17.50 15.20 14.00
100+ 28.10 25.30 22.20 19.80 17.00 15.80 13.70 12.70

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 52.50
49.90

#10 — 41.20
39.15

nigra ‘Cully’ (Heritage® Birch)/Plant Patent 4409

Registered Plant Fee: $0.75
A very vigourous grower with beautiful bark that can pull off in sheets. The bark varies in color from tan to
more of a lighter softer shade of white. The foliage has a dark green color. An attractive addition or
centerpiece for any landscape.
QTY 10’CL 9’CL 8’CL 7’CL 6’CL 5’CL 4’CL
5-49 34.30 30.80 27.10 24.10 22.60 20.60 18.40
50-99 31.20 28.00 24.60 21.90 20.50 18.70 16.70
100+ 28.10 25.30 22.20 19.70 18.50 16.90 15.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 52.50
49.90

nigra ‘BNMTF’ (Dura Heat® Birch)

#10 — 45.30
43.00

Registered Plant Fee: $0.75
A vigorous grower with lustrous dark green leaves which fade to yellow during autumn. Exfoliating bark is a
creamy-white that ages to a pinkish-orange and then finally to a soft brown color.
QTY 10’CL 9’CL 8’CL 7’CL 6’CL 5’CL 4’CL 3’CL
5-49 34.30 27.10 25.90 24.10 22.60 20.60 18.40 15.50
50-99 31.20 24.60 23.50 21.90 20.50 18.70 16.70 14.00
100+ 28.10 22.20 21.10 19.70 18.50 16.90 15.00 12.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 52.50
49.90

pendula (European White Birch)

#10 — 45.30
43.00

Widely planted for its white bark that develops at an early age. The broadly pyramidal crown and bright
green leaves enhance the somewhat weeping habit of this tree.
(SINGLES)
(CLUMPS)
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
5’B
4’B
8’CL 7’CL 6’CL 5’CL 4’CL 3’CL
50-99 15.50 12.40 11.00 8.40 7.60
20.60 16.60 15.00 14.20 11.40 9.30
100+ 13.95 11.20
9.90 7.60 6.85
18.55 14.95 13.50 12.80 10.30 8.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 52.50
49.90

#10 — 45.30
43.00

pendula ‘Laciniata’ (Cutleaf Weeping Birch)

10-24
25+

#10 — 49.50
47.00

-50°F

HxS 40’x20’

Slower growing than the species, this tree is noted for it’s finely cut leaves and weeping branches. Very hardy.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
10’B 9’B
8’B
7’B
6’B
7’W 6’W 5’W
5-49 27.10 24.10 21.60 26.90 23.80 21.00 19.20 18.70 17.20 14.80 11.90
50-99 24.60 21.90 19.70 24.50 21.70 19.10 17.40 17.00 15.60 13.40 10.80
100+ 22..20 19.70 17.70 22.00 19.60 17.20 15.70 15.30 14.10 12.10
9.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 52.50
49.90

#10 — 45.30
43.00

pendula ‘Youngii’ (Young’s Weeping Birch)

-50°F HxS 15’x20’

This tree has a dome-shaped head with slender pendulous branches. Its twisted stem makes it a true
specimen for any landscape.
QTY 10’B 9’B
8’B
7’B
6’B
5’B
5-49 34.00 33.10 28.20 24.50 21.50 18.10
50-99 30.90 30.10 25.60 22.30 19.60 16.40
100+ 27.80 27.10 23.10 20.10 17.60 14.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

SERP #20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 62.00
58.90

#10 — 49.85
47.35

#7 — 42.00
39.90

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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platayphylla japonica (Whitespire Birch)

-30°F

HxS 40’x20’

This tree is similar in size and appearance to the European White Birch. The crown of mature trees is
pyramidal in shape and the tree is resistant to Bronze Birch Borer.
QTY 12’CL 10’CL 9’CL 8’CL 7’CL 6’CL 5’CL 4’CL
5-49 30.70 28.20 25.90 23.40 20.00 17.80 15.50 13.10
50-99 27.90 25.60 23.50 21.20 18.20 16.20 14.00 11.90
100+ 25.20 23.10 21.10 19.10 16.40 14.60 12.70 10.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 52.50
49.90

#10 — 45.30
43.00

CLUMP #10 — 49.50
47.00

arborescens ‘Pendula’ (Weeping Siberian Peashrub)

-50°F

HxS 20’x15’

-30°F

HxS 6’x6’

-30°F

HxS 35’x25’

-40°F

HxS 70’x40’

Fast growing deciduous tree with 3 inch long leaves that have yellow pea-like flowers during early summer.
Drought tolerant and very cold hardy. Makes an excellent windbreak or hedge.
4’ GRAFT
QTY #1H #1
#1L
#2
5-49 33.60 30.30 25.70 22.80
50-99 30.50 27.10 23.40 20.70
100+ 27.50 24.40 21.00 18.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

arborescens ‘Walker’

Unique, weeping specimen with beautiful bright yellow flowers during early summer. Thing grass-like
foliage is bright green. Very attractive to any landscape.
4’ GRAFT
QTY #1
#1L
#2
5-49 32.00 28.60 24.90
50-99 29.00 26.00 22.60
100+ 26.20 23.40 20.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#10 — 45.30
43.00

CARPINUS (Hornbeam)

betulus ‘Fastigiata’ (Columnar Hornbeam)

A small-leafed, dense, upright tree with a formal appearance. Young trees form a narrow upright crown,
becoming more pyramidal with age. Heat and drought resistant, and considered to be relatively free of
disease and insect pests. Makes an excellent street tree. Nice yellow fall color.
QTY
5-49
50-99
100+

1”B
44.40
40.30
36.30

7’B
40.30
36.60
33.00

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

6’B
36.20
32.90
29.60

5’B
31.50
28.70
25.80

#10 — 52.00
49.40

4’B
27.00
24.50
22.10

6’W
26.30
23.90
21.60

5’W
22.20
20.20
18.20

4’W
19.30
17.50
15.70

CELTIS (Hackberry)

occidentalis (Common Hackberry)

3’W
16.10
14.60
13.10

A large rapidly growing shade tree that has an upright oval growth habit at youth maturing to a round habit.
Hackberry has green summer foliage color changing to yellow color in fall. Resistant to many environmental
conditions including drought, heat and wind.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
5’B
8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 32.60 29.60 26.80 24.30 22.00 19.90 16.90 15.10 13.50 11.90 11.10
50-99 29.70 26.90 24.30 22.00 20.00 18.10 15.40 13.70 12.20 10.80 10.10
100+ 26.70 22.80 21.90 19.90 18.00 14.20 13.90 12.40 11.00
9.70 9.10
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CARAGANA (Siberian Peashrub)

CERCIS (Redbud)
canadensis ‘Avondale’

-30°F

HxS 15’x10’

canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’

-30°F

HxS 20’x15’

canadensis ‘Eastern Redbud’

-30°F

HxS 30’x15’

-10°F

HxS: 20’ x 20’

florida (White Flowering Dogwood)

-20°F

HxS 30’x30’

florida ‘Cherokee Chief’ (Red Flowering Dogwood)

-30°F

HxS 20’x20’

florida ‘Rubra’ (Pink Flowering Dogwood)

-30°F

HxS 20’x20’

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

Compact redbud with abundant dark purple-pink flowers.
CONTAINER
#7
#5
10-24
47.00 38.00
25+
44.65 36.10

Blooms open up to dark red-purple leaves. Very striking tree with heart shaped leaves which turn to yellow
in the fall.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 63.50 57.80 49.20 52.50 44.70 46.70 36.20 32.70 28.00
50-99 57.80 52.50 44.70 47.70 40.60 42.40 32.90 29.70 25.50
100+ 52.00 47.30 40.20 43.00 36.60 38.20 29.60 26.80 22.90
CONTAINER 10-24 #15 — 80.00 #10 — 65.00
25+
76.00
61.75
Stunning tree with an open habit. Blooms begin with a purplish-red tint and open to a purplish-pink brilliant
color. One of the earliest bloomers. Has heart shaped leaves and yellow autumn colored leaves.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
5’B
7’W 6’W 5’W
5-49 29.70 26.70 24.00 21.10 17.40 14.60 12.90 12.30
50-99 27.00 24.30 21.80 19.20 15.80 13.30 11.70 11.20
100+ 24.40 21.90 19.60 17.30 14.30 12.00 10.50 10.10
CONTAINER 10-24 #15 — 57.00
#7 — 47.00
#5 — 38.00
25+
54.20
44.65
36.10

texensis ‘Oklahoma’

Compact tree perfect for landscapes with reddish purple flowers that bloom in masses followed by thick
glossy heart shaped leaves. Flowers are brilliant when blooming. Leaves turn a gorgeous yellow-green color
during fall.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 63.50 57.80 49.20 52.50 44.70 46.70 36.20 32.70 28.00
50-99 57.80 52.50 44.70 47.70 40.60 42.40 32.90 29.70 25.50
100+ 52.00 47.30 40.20 43.00 36.60 38.20 29.60 26.80 22.90
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#15 — 80.00
76.00

#10 — 65.00
61.75

CORNUS (Dogwood)

A small tree with a short trunk that breaks up into several large wide-spreading limbs a short distance from
the ground resulting in a low dense crown. White petal-like floral bracts make for a striking display when in
full bloom in the early spring. Red to purple fall leaf color.
B&B
CONTAINER
5’
4’
3’
30”
5’
4’
3’
30”
43.05 36.25 28.85 20.50
50.20 43.40 36.00 27.15
Spring and fall foliage is scarlet red, green in summer. The ruby red flower bracts make this the deepest red
of any of the red Dogwoods. A small tree with an upright central leader and uniform branching habit.
B&B
CONTAINER
6’
5’
4’
3’
30”
6’
5’
4’
3’
30”
62.30 54.30 45.50 36.40 29.15
70.30 61.45 52.65 43.55 36.30
Pink flower bracts adorn the irregular and somewhat open crown of this showy ornamental. The berries are
bright red and the leaves a medium green during the summer. Spring foliage is red; red-wine fall coloration.
B&B
CONTAINER
5’
4’
3’
30”
5’
4’
3’
30”
50.00 41.10 33.70 27.90
57.15 48.25 40.85 35.05

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kousa ‘Chinensis’ (Chinese Dogwood)-Tree Form

-20°F

HxS 20’x20’

kousa ‘Satomi’

-20°F

HxS 20’x20’

-30°F

HxS 25’x30’

-30°F

HxS 25’x18’

-30°F

HxS 20’x20’

-30°F

HxS 25’x20’

White flower bracts cover this small tree later in the season than the other Dogwoods. Its dense horizontal
limb structure forms a rounded crown as the tree ages. Green summer leaves turn red to purple in the fall.
Resistant to Anthracnose.
B&B
CONTAINER
5’
4’
3’
5’
4’
3’
49.15 40.30 33.00
56.30 47.45 40.15

CRATAEGUS (Hawthorn)

crus-galli ‘Inermis’ Thornless Cockspur Hawthorn

Dense round headed Hawthorn with horizontal spreading branches. The leaves are glossy and dark green
during spring which turn from orange to a deep scarlet red in autumn. Small red fruit hold on into winter.
QTY 1”B
6’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 20.50 16.60 11.00 10.00 9.10
50-99 18.60 15.10 10.00
9.10 8.20
100+ 16.70 13.60
9.10 8.20 7.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 52.50
49.90

laevigata ‘Crimson Cloud’

#10 — 45.30
43.00

Crimson Cloud is a vigorous tree with red flowers in the Spring. It has a glossy red fruit in the Fall that holds
on well into the Winter. This tree is resistant to leaf spot disease.
QTY 1”B
6’B
6’W 5’W
5-49 20.50 16.60 11.00 10.00
50-99 18.60 15.10 10.00
9.10
100+ 16.70 13.60
9.10 8.20
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

laevigata ‘Pauls Scarlet’

#15 — 52.50
49.90

#10 — 45.30
43.00

A round-headed tree covered with deeply lobed leaves. Scarlet double flowers bring this tree to life in early
Spring. Small red fruit holds on well into the Winter.
QTY 1”B
6’B
7’W 6’W
5-49 20.50 16.60 12.10 11.00
50-99 18.60 15.10 11.00 10.00
100+ 16.70 13.60
9.90 9.10
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 52.50
49.90

#10 — 45.30
43.00

phaenopyrum (Washington Hawthorn)

A small round-headed tree. The leaves are glossy-green and 2-3” long, turning orange to red in the fall of the
year. A small white flower in broad clusters is followed by a shiny red fruit that hangs on well into fall.
Washington is the least susceptible to fire blight.
QTY 1”B
6’B
7’W 6’W
5-49 20.50 16.60 12.10 11.00
50-99 18.60 15.10 11.00 10.00
100+ 16.70 13.60
9.90 9.10

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SOLD OUT

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 52.50
49.90

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

Upright, small tree which has long lasting salmon colored flowers that lighten into a pinkish-red color as it
matures. Autumn foliage red to purple.
B&B
CONTAINER
7’
6’
5’
4’
3’
30”
24”
6’
5’
4’
3’
30”
24”
120.00 73.45 62.50 51.40 42.15 34.90 28.35
81.45 69.65 58.55 49.30 42.05 35.50

viridis ‘Winter King’

-30°F

HxS 20’x25’

sylvatica ‘Dawyck Purple’

-30°F

HxS 40’x15’

sylvatica ‘Purple Fountain’

-30°F

HxS 30’x6’

sylvatica ‘Purpurea Pendula’ (Weeping Purple)

-30°F

HxS 15’x15’

sylvatica ‘Riversii’ (Rivers Purple Beech)

-30°F

HxS 50’x40’

sylvatica ‘Rohanni’

-30°F

HxS 50’x40’

sylvatica ‘Spaethii’ (Spaeth’s Purple Beech)

-20°F

HxS 45’x35’

sylvatica ‘Roseo-Marginata’ (Tri Color Beech)

-30°F

HxS 40’x25’

A silver-barked tree with white flowers in the Spring followed by large red fruit that hangs on well into the
winter.
QTY 1”B
6’B
7’W 6’W
5-49 20.50 16.60 12.10 11.00
50-99 18.60 15.10 11.00 10.00
100+ 16.70 13.60
9.90 9.10

SOLD OUT
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SOLD OUT

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

FAGUS (Beech)

#15 — 52.50
49.90

#10 — 45.30
43.00

Note: All Beech varieties are sold B&B only

A broad pyramidal shaped tree with deep purple leaves. Trunk is relatively short with the branching
beginning close to the ground. This variety holds its color well during summer.

A striking tree with both purple branches and purple leaves. Forms a central leader and continues to grow
upward in a narrow habit with cascading branches. Makes a superb specimen tree, and it grows fairly quickly.
Much slower growing than ‘Purple Fountain, and it does not develop a central leader, but rather forms a
broadly spreading umbrella of deep purple foliage. Makes and excellent container plant.

A nice symmetrical tree with a very dense and compact form. Develops a deep purple leaf and holds its color
well into the summer, gradually shading to a purple-bronze. A very popular tree and it makes a magnificent
specimen.
B&B
CONTAINER
#20
#15
#10
#7
#7
2”
1.75” 1.5” 1.25’’ 1”
6’
5’
4’
1.25” 1”
6’
5’
4’
211.70 158.20 138.75 102.60 77.45 63.15 50.70 43.50
114.30 86.20 71.15 57.85 50.65
Deep purple to dark green summer foliage shines all summer on this upright to rounded, deciduous tree.
Highly ornamental, providing shade to any landscape setting.

A fantastic tree for color. Spaeth’s Beech is the deepest purple-black of all the copper beech varieties. It holds
its color well, and does not fade during the summer.
B&B
CONTAINER
#20
#15
#10
#7
#7
2”
1.75” 1.5” 1.25’’ 1”
6’
5’
4’
1.25” 1”
6’
5’
4’
211.70 158.20 138.75 102.60 77.45 63.15 50.70 43.50
114.30 86.20 71.15 57.85 50.65
A purple leafed upright form with an irregular rose and pinkish-white margin on the leaf. This graceful, slow
growing tree forms a broadly oval crown at maturity. Develops it’s best color in partial shade.
B&B
CONTAINER
#20
#15
#10
#7
#7
1.25” 1”
6’
5’
4’
Cedar Planter Box
1.25” 1”
6’
5’
4’
161.20 127.80 96.00 79.40 66.70
310.00
172.90 136.55 104.00 86.55 73.85

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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FRAXINUS (Ash)

americana ‘Autumn Purple®’

-30°F

HxS 45’x40’

Registered Plant Fee: $0.50
Autumn purple is noted for its outstanding reddish to deep purple fall color. It is a seedless variety with
heavily-textured green summer foliage and a rounded crown.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B
1”LB 6’B
8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W
5-49 35.40
32.60
28.30
28.80 24.50 24.30 16.70 14.60 13.40 11.50
50-99 32.20
29.60
25.70
26.10 22.30 22.10 15.20 13.30 12.10 10.40
100+ 29.00
26.70
23.20
23.50 20.00 19.90 13.70 12.00 11.00
9.40
#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

#5 — 20.00
19.00

pennsylvanica ‘Cimmzam’ (Cimmaron Ash)/Plant Patent 8077

-40°F HxS 50’x30’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.95
Upright tree with a narrow oval canopy. Summer foliage is a dark, glossy green that transforms to a brilliant
deep red during fall.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
8’W 7’W 6’W
5-49 35.40 33.20 28.80 16.70 14.60 13.40
50-99 32.20 30.20 26.10 15.20 13.30 12.10
100+ 29.00 27.20 23.50 13.70 12.00 11.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

pennsylvanica (Green Ash)

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-50°F

HxS 50’x40’

-50°F

HxS 45’x35’

-40°F

HxS 45’x25’

A fast growing tree to 35’. Oval-headed with bright green leaves that turn yellow in the Fall. Will tolerate
wet soil and cold conditions as well as hot, dry regions.
QTY 1”B
6’B
8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W
50-99 11.80 9.30 7.80 6.80 5.80 4.50
100+ 10.65 8.40 7.05 6.15 5.25 4.05
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

pennsylvanica ‘Patmore’/Plant Patent 4684

Patmore Ash is extremely hardy and tolerant of adverse growing conditions. The glossy-green leaflets are
deeply serrated; growth habit is erect and it maintains a good growth rate. Patmore ash is seedless.
QTY 8’W 7’W 6’W
5-49 16.70 14.60 13.40
50-99 15.20 13.30 12.10
100+ 13.70 12.00 11.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

pennsylvanica ‘Summit’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

A strong growing, upright ash. The foliage is less glossy than Marshall Seedless and it defoliates a few weeks
earlier.
QTY 9’W 8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W
5-49 19.10 16.70 14.60 13.40 11.50
50-99 17.30 15.20 13.30 12.10 10.40
100+ 15.60 13.70 12.00 11.00
9.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 34.00
32.30

#5 — 20.00
19.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

27

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

GINKGO (Maidenhair Tree)
biloba ‘Autumn Gold’

-20ºF

HxS 35’x25’

biloba ‘Saratoga’

-20ºF

HxS 20’x15’

-30°F

HxS 40’x40’

A straight, clean-limbed tree with a somewhat rounded crown. Soft, green summer foliage becomes brilliant golden
yellow for a long period during autumn before leaf fall. A superior selected male clone. Does not produce fruit.

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

A neatly rounded tree, with a unique deep green leaf that is deeply notched at the end and is borne in a pendulous
manner, which gives the tree a graceful weeping appearance. Autumn foliage is a soft yellow. A choice form that is
somewhat smaller than Autumn Gold. A superior selected male clone. Does not produce fruit.

BB

6’
75.00

5’
50.00

4’
41.10

3’
33.70

GLEDITSIA (Honeylocust)

triacanthos inermis ‘Christie’ (Halka™)/Plant Patent 3096

Plant Patent Fee: $0.75
Halka is noted for its vigorous growth, heavy caliper, and symmetrical full crown. The branching is more
horizontal than pendulous.
QTY 8’W 7’W 6’W
5-49 17.50 16.10 14.40
50-99 15.90 14.60 13.10
100+ 14.40 13.10 11.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 86.00
82.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

triacanthos inermis ‘Shademaster®’/Plant Patent 1515

#5 — 22.00
20.90

-30°F

HxS 45’x35’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.40
Asymmetrical form with ascending branches and a strong trunk make this an above average tree. Dark green
foliage holds on longer than many Honeylocust cultivars.
QTY 1.5”B 1”B
6’B
8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W
5-49 36.50 28.20 24.00 17.50 16.10 14.40 12.00
50-99 33.10 25.60 21.80 15.90 14.60 13.10 10.90
100+ 29.80 23.10 19.60 14.40 13.10 11.80
9.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 86.00
82.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

triacanthos inermis ‘Skycole’ (Skyline®)/Plant Patent 1619

#5 — 22.00
20.90

-30°F

HxS 45’x35’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.75
This pyramidal form of Honeylocust is especially popular because of its strong trunk and its dark, densely set
leaves.
QTY 1.5”B 1.5”LB 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
9’W 8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W
5-49 36.50 31.10 32.40 28.20 24.00 24.00 19.20 17.50 16.10 14.40 12.00
50-99 33.10 28.20 29.40 25.60 21.80 21.80 17.40 15.90 14.60 13.10 10.90
100+ 29.80 25.30 26.50 23.10 19.60 19.60 15.70 14.40 13.10 11.80
9.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 86.00
82.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

triacanthos inermis ‘Suncole’ (Sunburst®)/Plant Patent 1313

#5 — 22.00
20.90

-30°F

HxS 40’x35’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.75
Golden foliage and a creative branching habit make this tree a focal point in any landscape. Outstanding
color.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W
5-49 36.50 32.40 28.20 24.00 17.50 16.10 14.40 12.00
50-99 33.10 29.40 25.60 21.80 15.90 14.60 13.10 10.90
100+ 29.80 26.50 23.10 19.60 14.40 13.10 11.80
9.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 86.00
82.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 22.00
20.90

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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LABURNUM (Goldenchain tree)

anagyroides ‘Columnaris’ (Columnar Goldenchain Tree)

-20°F

HxS 20’x10’

A narrow, upright tree with dark green foliage and beautiful bright yellow hanging clusters of flowers in
summer. An excellent addition for your landscape.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 6’W 5’W
5-49 31.20 28.30 24.10 23.60 20.10 13.70 12.20
50-99 28.40 25.70 21.90 21.50 18.30 12.50 11.10
100+ 25.50 23.20 19.70 19.30 16.50 11.20 10.00
#20 — 74.00
70.30

x watereri ‘Vossii’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 22.00
20.90

-20°F

HxS 25’x20’

-30°F

HxS 60’x45’

A small, graceful tree with very showy, yellow, pea-like flower clusters in early summer make this a very
effective accent piece for any landscape.
QTY 1”B
7’FB 6’B
6’FB
5-49 28.30 21.80 23.60 20.00
50-99 25.70 19.80 21.50 18.10
100+ 23.20 17.90 19.30 16.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

LIQUIDAMBAR (Sweetgum)
styraciflua (American Sweetgum)

A wonderful shade tree specimen for all the right reasons. This tree has a nice pyramidal crown, large maplelike leaves that are dark green in summer, then display brilliant yellow/red/orange fall foliage long after the
leaves of most other species have fallen. In addition, it’s fast growing, has interesting corky bark, and no
significant disease or insect pests.
BB
CONTAINER
1”
6’
5’
1” #15 6’ #10 5’ #7
46.25 33.80 29.15
55.00 41.80 36.30

LIRIODENDRON (Tulip Tree/Tulip Poplar)
tulipifera

-30°F

HxS 80’x40’

A fast growing shade tree. It has a straight trunk with pyramidal crown of bright yellow-green leaves that
turn brilliant yellow in the fall. Produces yellow/orange tulip shaped flowers, but they are largely hidden by
the leaves.
QTY 2”B
1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
5’B
4’B
4’W
5-49 41.90 36.50 32.50 29.10 26.00 22.20 16.60 13.10 9.20
50-99 37.10 33.10 29.50 26.40 23.60 20.20 15.10 11.90 8.30
100+ 33.40 29.80 26.60 23.80 21.20 18.20 13.60 10.80 7.50
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

MALUS (Crabapple)

#10 — 45.30
43.00

‘Branzam’ (Brandywine®)

-30°F

HxS 20’x20’

Registered Plant Fee: $0.50
A vigorous growing tree that is symmetrical in habit and covered with dark green leaves overcast with red.
The double, deep rose bloom is fragrant. The fall color is a striking reddish-purple.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
7’B
5-49 20.30 17.20 15.10
50-99 18.50 15.60 13.70
100+ 16.60 14.10 12.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Cardinal’/Plant Patent 7147

-30°F

HxS 16’x22’

-30°F

HxS 20’x 15’

-40°F

HxS 8’x 8’

-30°F

HxS 18’x25’

-30°F

HxS 20’x15’

-30°F

HxS 15’x15’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.75
Excellent disease resistant crabapple. Dark purple glossy leaves in a broadly spreading growth habit. Bright
pinkish-red flowers.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B 1”LB 7’B
7’LB
5-49 20.30 17.20 14.70 15.10 12.90
50-99 18.50 15.60 13.30 13.70 11.70
100+ 16.60 14.10 12.00 12.40 11.40

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#15 — 54.75
52.00

‘Centzam’ (Centurion®)

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

Registered Plant Fee: $0.50
Centurion is a narrow, upright tree. It has glossy green leaves about 3 inches long by 1.5” wide, rose-red
blossoms, and bright red fruit. This cultivar offers good disease resistance to scab.
QTY 1”B
7’B
6’B
5-49 17.20 15.10 13.40
50-99 15.60 13.70 12.10
100+ 14.10 12.40 11.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

‘Coralcole’ (Coralburst™)/Plant Patent 2983

#5 — 20.00
19.00

Plant Patent Fee: $0.75
Coralburst is a unique crabapple with dainty coral pink buds opening into double rose pink flowers. Closely
spaced, tiny, dark green leaves almost hides the twigs. This tree is produced by grafting on 36 inch standards
and is oval in form.
QTY #1H #1
#1LT #2
5-49 19.90 18.10 15.70 14.80
50-99 18.10 16.40 14.30 13.40
100+ 16.30 14.80 12.90 12.10
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Floribunda’

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

A splendid crabapple that requires low maintenance once established. It produces dark pink buds, opening to
white, and small yellow to red fruit. Disease resistant.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
7’B
6’B
5’B
5-49 20.30 17.20 15.10 13.40 12.20
50-99 18.50 15.60 13.70 12.10 11.10
100+ 16.60 14.10 12.40 11.00 10.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

‘Hargozam’ (Harvest Gold®)

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

Registerd Plant Fee: $0.75
This crab produces large, white single blossoms in the Spring, and a golden fruit that remains late into the
fall. Very disease resistant.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
7’B
6’B
6’W 5’W 4’W 3’W
50-99 17.40 14.70 12.90 11.40 8.60 8.30 7.00 6.40
100+ 15.65 13.25 11.65 10.30 7.75 7.50 6.30 5.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Indian Magic’

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

A small, round-headed, moderately growing tree. The red buds mature into a single pink flower. Glossy red
fruit appears from August to November and then turns golden orange, holding on through the Winter. This
showy tree is resistant to all disease except scab. Thank you, Robert Simpson, for this spectacular selection.
QTY 6’B
5’B
6’W 5’W
5-49 13.40 12.20 10.10 9.70
50-99 12.10 11.10
9.20 8.80
100+ 11.00 10.00
8.30 8.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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‘Indian Summer’

-30°F

HxS 18’x20’

One of the smaller crabapples similar in size to ‘Indian Magic, but with a somewhat more rounded crown.
Rose-red flowers, bronze green leaves, and bright red fruit that persists well into the fall make this an
attractive tree throughout the season.
QTY 1”B
7’B
6’B
5’B
6’W 5’W
5-49 17.20 15.10 13.40 12.20 10.10 9.70
50-99 15.60 13.70 12.10 11.10
9.20 8.80
100+ 14.10 12.40 11.00 10.00
8.30 8.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-30°F

HxS 20’x20’

-30°F

HxS 20’x20’

-30°F

HxS 10’x15’

-30°F

HxS 25’x25’

-30°F

HxS 15’x15’

This round headed flowering crabapple has deep red purple foliage turning to green. The blossoms are a deep
dark red. The fruits are small reddish purple and don’t drop.
QTY 1”B
1”LB 7’B
7’LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 4’B
6’W 5’W 4’W 3’W
5-49 17.20 14.60 15.10 12.90 13.40 11.40 12.20 10.40 10.50 10.10 9.70 8.20 7.50
50-99 15.60 13.30 13.70 11.70 12.10 10.30 11.10
9.40 9.60 9.20 8.80 7.50 6.80
100+ 14.10 12.00 12.40 11.40 11.00
9.30 10.00
8.50 8.60 8.30 8.00 6.70 6.20
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Profusion’

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

This spreading upright crabapple has a shrubby habit. Foliage is deep purple, changing to bronzy green in
Summer. The flower is purple-red, fading to pink with white in the center. The persistent fruit is a glossy,
rich red, 1/2” diameter.
QTY 1”B
1”LB 6’B
5’B
6’W
5-49 17.20 14.70 13.40 12.20 10.10
50-99 15.60 13.30 12.10 11.10
9.20
100+ 14.10 12.00 11.00 10.00
8.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Red Jade’

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

The graceful weeping habit of this tree, coupled with profuse white blooms makes it a perfect choice in any
landscape. The pleasant green foliage contrasts with the bright egg-shaped fruit that holds on into the winter.
QTY #1H #1
#1LB
5-49 19.00 17.20 15.00
50-99 17.20 15.60 13.60
100+ 15.50 14.10 12.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Robinson’

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 21.00
19.00

We are happy to be growing Robinson crabapple for its disease resistance and impressive double pink
blossoms. A vigorous grower to 25’; the new foliage is purple, changing to dark green in the summer,
followed by an orange fall color that persists for an extended period.
QTY 1”B
1”LB 7’B
6’B
5’B
6’W 5’W
5-49 17.20 14.70 15.10 13.40 12.20 10.10 9.70
50-99 15.60 13.30 13.70 12.10 11.10
9.20 8.80
100+ 14.10 12.00 12.40 11.00 10.00
8.30 8.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Royalty’

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

Dark purple foliage holds its color well throughout the Summer. Crimson red flowers almost the same color
as the foliage are followed by dark red fruit. This is a very hardy crabapple.
QTY 1”B
7’B
6’B
5’B
4’B
4’W
5-49 14.40 15.10 13.40 12.50 11.30 8.20
50-99 13.10 13.70 12.10 11.30 10.20 7.50
100+ 11.80 12.40 11.00 10.20
9.20 6.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

31

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

‘Prairifire’

#20 — 74.00
70.30

‘Sargent’

-20°F

HxS 10’x14’

-30°F

HxS 5’x5’

-30°F

HxS 20’x20’

-30°F

HxS 25’x22’

Sargent Crab is a dwarf tree to about 10 feet with a spread of up to 14 feet. Spring brings a breathtaking
display of fragrant, pure white flowers in clusters, followed by dark red fruit that persists well into the fall.
QTY 1”B
3/4”B 5’B
4’B
5-49 16.20 14.70 13.40 12.20
50-99 14.70 13.30 12.10 11.10
100+ 13.30 12.00 11.00 10.00

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

Sargentii ‘Tina’ (Sargent Tina)

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

A dwarf selection of Sargent Crab. Dense branching habit similar to Coral Burst Crab, but matures to a
smaller size. Makes a nice patio tree with its showy, bright red buds followed by pure white single flowers.
QTY #1H #1
#1LB #2
5-49 19.00 17.20 15.00 14.20
50-99 19.20 15.60 13.60 12.90
100+ 15.50 14.10 12.30 11.60
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Snowdrift’

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

A dependable grower with a dense, rounded crown. Snowdrift is perfectly suited for residential planting.
Disease resistant foliage is dark green and the flowers are pure white. The fruit is orange-red and 1/2" in
diameter, persisting until after leaf drop.
QTY 1”B
7’B
6’B
5’B
6’W 5’W
5-49 17.20 15.10 13.40 12.30 10.10 9.70
50-99 15.60 13.70 12.10 11.20
9.20 8.80
100+ 14.10 12.40 11.00 10.10
8.30 8.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

‘Spring Snow’

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

This sterile crabapple produces a rounded crown covered with a profusion of snow white flowers, but it does
not produce any fruit. An ideal tree for those landscape situations that demand a clean tree.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
7’B
6’B
5’B
4’B
4’W 3’W
5-49 19.50 17.80 16.40 15.10 13.40 11.00 8.20 7.50
50-99 17.70 16.20 14.90 13.70 12.10 10.00 7.50 6.80
100+ 16.00 14.60 13.40 12.40 11.00
9.10 6.70 6.20
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

‘Sutyzam’ (Sugar Tyme®)/Plant Patent 7062

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-20°F

HxS 18’x15’

-30°F

HxS 15’x 15’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.80
One of the newer crabapples noted for its crisp green foliage and vigorous growth. The flower is pale pink to
snowy white completely covering the tree. Masses of small red fruit remain on the tree through January. The
tree is disease resistant.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
7’B
6’B
5-49 19.60 17.20 15.10 13.40
50-99 17.80 15.60 13.70 12.10
100+ 16.00 14.10 12.40 11.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

‘Weepcanzam’ (Weeping Candied Apple®)
Plant Patent 4038

#5 — 20.00
19.00

Plant Patent Fee: $0.50

The foliage is a dark green with a red overcoat. Pink flowers cover this tree in the spring, and the showy, fall
fruit lasts well into December.
QTY #1H #1
#1LT
5-49 19.00 17.20 15.00
50-99 17.20 15.60 13.60
100+ 15.50 14.10 12.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 21.00
19.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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x zumi ‘Calocarpa’ (Zumi Calocarpa)

-30°F

HxS 20’x24’

A good choice for disease resistance. Zumi is a moderate growing tree. Pink buds open to a fragrant white
flower. Red fruit in the Fall follows the pleasant green summer foliage.
QTY 1”B
7’B
6’B
5-49 17.20 15.10 13.40
50-99 15.60 13.70 12.10
100+ 14.10 12.40 11.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 54.75
52.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

alba ‘Chaparral’ (Weeping Mulberry)

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-30°F

HxS 7’x10’

-20°F

HxS 20’x30’

-20°F

HxS 30’x20’

-20°F

HxS 50’x40’

This fruitless variety has slender cascading branches that spread to 10‘, and dense, glossy dark green foliage.
It is noted for its vigorous growth and pollution tolerance. Grown from tissue culture liners.
QTY #1HS #1H #1
#1LB #2
5-49 26.10 23.70 21.60 19.20 17.60
50-99 23.60 21.60 19.70 17.40 16.10
100+ 21.40 19.40 17.70 15.70 14.50
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

OXYDENDRUM

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

arboreum (Sourwood)

Small tree with dark green foliage that turns a magnificent orange with a reddish tint during autumn. During
summer, long, creamy white flowers adorn the branches.
B&B ONLY
QTY 1.25” 1”
6’
5’
4’
102.60 77.45 63.15 50.70 43.50
CONTAINER

PARROTIA

persica (Persian Parrotia)

Excellent tree for its unique foliage, exfoliating bark, unusual flowers, and eye catching fall color. Fall foliage
turns from bright yellow to orange and finally scarlet red.
B&B ONLY
QTY 1.25” 1”
6’
5’
4’
102.60 77.45 63.15 50.70 43.50
CONTAINER

PLATANUS (Planetree)
acerifolia ‘Bloodgood’

A very vigorous tree with a wide spreading crown.
Bloodgood is resistant to Anthracnose.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
6’LB
5-49 32.50 28.40 24.70 21.20 17.30 14.70
50-99 29.50 25.80 22.40 19.20 15.70 13.40
100+ 26.60 212.90 20.20 17.30 14.20 12.10
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

The bark exfoliates and is an olive to creamy color.

5’B
15.60
14.10
12.80

8’W
16.90
15.30
13.80

#10 — 45.30
43.00

7’W
14.60
13.30
12.00

6’W
12.50
11.30
10.20

#7 — 38.10
36.20

5’W
11.10
10.10
9.10

4’W
9.60
8.70
7.90

#5 — 20.00
19.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

33

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

MORUS (Mulberry)

#10 — 45.30
43.00

PO PULUS (Aspen)

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

tremuloides (Quaking Aspen)

-50°F

HxS 40’x20’

A fast growing tree native to interior regions of the Western United States and readily adaptable to cold
winter climates (it really needs cold winter). Bark is pale grey green to whitish. Pale green leaves have a flat
petiole that causes them to flutter in the slightest breeze. Fall leaves are a brilliant golden yellow that offers a
spectacular show, particularly in contrast with adjacent evergreen foliage and the white bark of the aspen
itself.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B 1”LB 6’B 6’LB 5’B
5’LB 8’W 7’W 6’W
5’W 4’W
5-49 28.90 24.90 22.00 18.70 17.80 15.20 15.00 12.80 12.00 10.30 12.70 12.00 11.30 9.70 8.10
50-99 26.20 22.60 20.00 17.00 16.20 13.80 13.60 11.60 10.90 9.30 11.60 10.90 10.20 8.80 7.40
100+ 23.40 20.40 18.00 15.30 14.60 12.40 12.30 10.50 9.90 8.40 10.40 9.80 9.20 8.00 6.70

CONTAINER 10-24 #15 – 57.00 #10 – 45.30 #7 – 31.50 #5 — 24.00 CLUMPS #20 – 90.00 #15 – 65.00 #10 – 52.00 #7 – 47.50 #5 – 36.00
25+
54.20
43.00
30.00
22.80
85.50
61.75
49.40
45.10
34.20

PRUNUS (Flowering Cherry)
padus ‘Summer Glow®’

-40°F

HxS 25’x25’

A medium sized flowering cherry with fragrant white flowers and a well rounded crown. Leaves begin as
dark green followed by reddish-purple in fall. Similiar to Canada Red choke cherry. Very good street tree.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
7’LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
6’W 5’W
5-49 23.10 21.60 17.80 16.70 14.30 14.80 11.40 10.50
50-99 21.00 19.70 16.10 15.20 13.00 13.40 10.30
9.60
100+ 18.90 17.70 14.50 13.70 11.70 12.10
9.30 8.60
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

sargenti ‘Columnaris’ (Columnar Sargent Cherry)

#5 — 22.00
20.90

-30°F

HxS 35’x15’

-20°F

HxS 25’x20’

Upright cherry tree with beautiful pink flowers that form in clusters. Narrow habit make this perfect as a
street tree. Foliage is dark green during the summer changing to an orange-red color during autumn.
QTY 1”B
7’B
6’B
5’B
5’W 4’W
5-49 13.60 11.00 18.40 10.00 25.90 23.90
50-99 12.30 10.00 16.70
9.10 23.50 21.80
100+ 11.10
9.10 15.00
8.20 20.40 19.60

SOLD OUT H SOLD OUT

serrulata ‘Kwanzan’

The most popular of the flowering cherries, Kwanzan grows to about 25’ with strong vase-shaped branching.
Double-pink flowers appear in mid-spring along with bronze-red foliage.
GROUND BUD
4’ GRAFT
QTY 5’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
#1H #1
#1L
#2
5-49 18.40 13.60 11.00 10.00
25.90 23.90 22.00 20.30
50-99 16.70 12.30 10.00
9.10
23.50 21.80 20.00 18.50
100+ 15.00 11.10
9.10 8.20
20.40 19.60 18.00 16.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

serrulata ‘Mt. Fuji’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-20°F

Strong horizontal branching to 20’ in width. Pale pink buds turn to pure white blooms.
GROUND BUD
4’ GRAFT
QTY 1”B
1”LB 7’B
7’LB 5’B
#1H #1LB #2
5-49 23.30 19.80 20.60 17.50 18.40
25.90 22.00 20.30
50-99 21.10 18.00 18.70 15.90 16.70
23.50 20.00 18.50
100+ 19.10 16.20 16.90 14.40 15.00
20.40 18.00 16.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

serrulata ‘Royal Burgundy’/Plant Patent 6520

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-20°F

HxS 15’x20’

HxS 20’x15’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.85
This slower growing and somewhat smaller variety of Kwanzan Cherry has stiffly upright branches that
resemble the form of the Kwanzan. But it flowers profusely with deep magenta pink to purplish pink double
blossoms, and is bathed in a crown of burgundy colored leaves that bronze in the fall of the year. Truly an
outstanding addition to our growing stock. Specify Ground Bud (GB) or 4’ Graft when ordering.
4’ GRAFT
QTY #1H #1
#1L
#2
5-49 28.40 26.20 24.00 22.20
50-99 25.80 23.80 21.80 20.20
100+ 23.30 21.50 19.60 18.20
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 22.00
20.90

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

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subhirtella ‘Autumnalis’

-30°F

HxS 25’x20’

-20°F

HxS: 25’ x 20’

-20°F

HxS 25’x25’

An oval-headed tree with a light covering of pinkish-white blooms in November, and a spectacular show
again in March.
QTY 1.25B 1”B
7’B
7’LB 6’B
5-49 23.20 21.60 20.20 17.20 19.00
50-99 21.00 19.70 18.40 15.60 17.20
100+ 19.00 17.70 16.60 14.10 15.50
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#7 — 36.00
34.20

Small tree with bright green foliage and stunning pure white single flowers. Very showy tree. Upright
during youth becoming wider with age. Orange fall color.
QTY #1XHS #1HS #1H #1
#1L
#2
5-49 41.10 34.40 28.50 25.60 20.60 17.80
50-99 37.30 31.30 25.90 23.30 18.70 16.20
100+ 33.60 28.20 23.40 21.00 16.90 14.60
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 46.40
44.10

subhirtella ‘Pendula’ (Double Weeping)

#7 — 38.10
36.20

A small tree with graceful weeping branches. Double rose-pink flowers in mid-Spring. Very effective as a
patio tree.
QTY
5-49
50-99
100+

4’ GRAFT
#1XHS #1HS
41.10 34.40
37.30 31.30
33.60 28.20

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#1H
28.50
25.90
23.40

#1
25.60
23.30
21.00

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#1L
20.60
18.70
16.90

#2
17.80
16.20
14.60

#15 — 58.00
55.20

6’ GRAFT
#1XHS
41.10
37.30
33.60
#10 — 46.40
44.10

virginiana ‘Canada Red’ (Choke Cherry)

#1HS
34.40
31.30
28.20

#1H
28.50
25.90
23.40

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#1
25.60
23.30
21.00

#1L
20.60
18.70
16.90

-50°F

#2
17.80
16.20
14.60

HxS 25’x20’

A small tree forming a rounded pyramidal crown. The leaves come out light green, then turn to reddishpurple later in the Summer. The flowers are white and bloom in April; fruits are dark purple. Easily grown
and very cold hardy.
QTY
5-49
50-99
100+

TREE FORM
1.75”B 1.5”B
38.70 34.60
35.10 31.20
31.60 28.10

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

1.25”B
31.60
28.80
25.90

1”B
21.60
19.70
17.70

#20 — 74.00
70.30

7’B
18.50
16.80
15.20

6’B
16.70
15.20
13.70

#15 — 57.00
54.20

5’B
14.80
13.40
12.10

5’FB
13.10
11.90
10.80

#10 — 45.30
43.00

x cv. ‘Snofozam’ (Snowfountains Cherry)®

SHRUB FORM
7’CL 6’CL 5’CL
26.80 22.20 17.90
24.40 20.10 16.30
21.90 18.20 14.70

#7 — 36.00
34.20

4’CL
14.00
12.80
11.50

SHRUB FORM #10 — 45.30
43.00

-20°F

HxS 12’x12’

Registered Plant Fee: $0.75
The cascading branches of this weeping variety are covered with snow white flowers that make this an
excellent selection for small yards or Japanese gardens.
QTY
5-49
50-99
100+

GROUND BUD, 4’ GRAFT, 6’ GRAFT
#1XHS #1HS #1H #1
#1L
#2
44.60 37.30 30.70 27.60 22.50 19.70
40.50 33.90 27.90 25.10 20.40 17.50
36.40 30.50 25.20 22.60 18.40 15.80

SERPENTINE
#1HS #1H #1
37.20 33.80 30.40
33.81 30.70 27.60
30.50 27.70 24.90

#1L
24.70
22.50
20.20

#2
21.20
19.30
17.40

CONTAINER 10-24 #20 – 78.00 #15 – 58.00 #10 – 46.40 SERP #15 – 62.00 #10 – 49.85 #7 – 42.00 #5 – 22.50
25+
74.10
55.20
44.10
58.90
47.35
39.90
21.40

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

35

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

subhirtella ‘Snow Goose’

#10 — 45.30
43.00

x yedoensis ‘Yoshino’

-20°F

HxS 40’x35’

A fast growing tree with graceful, open branching. An abundance of fragrant, single white flowers make this
a particularly showy tree. Adaptable to a wide variety of soils.
GROUND BUD
4’ GRAFT
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B 7’B
6’B
5’B
5’W
#1H #1
#1L
#2
5-49 29.20 26.20 22.40
23.30 20.60 19.40 18.90 11.90
24.50 22.80 20.90 19.40
50-99 26.50 23.80 20.30
21.10 18.70 17.60 17.10 10.80
22.30 20.70 19.00 17.60
100+ 23.90 21.50 18.30
19.10 16.90 15.90 15.40
9.70
20.10 18.70 17.20 15.90

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

FLOWERING CHERRY ON RED BARK STANDARD

The red bark varieties listed below are all double grafted plants. First, the redbark inner-stock standard (Prunus
serrula - Birch Bark Cherry) is grafted onto the rootstock, and allowed to grow for two seasons; then the
flowering cherry variety is top grafted the following season. What results is a lovely specimen with peeling bark
similar in nature to that of an Acer griseum (paperbark maple) but much brighter red in appearance. The result
takes an extra year to produce, but it’s worth the wait.

serrulata ‘Kwanzan’ on Redbark

-20°F

HxS 25’x20’

-20°F

HxS 12’x12’

-30°F

HxS 15’x15’

The most popular of the flowering cherries, Kwanzan grows to about 25’ with strong vase-shaped branching.
Double-pink flowers appear in mid-spring along with bronze-red foliage.
4’ STANDARD
QTY #1H #1
#1LT #2
5-49 31.70 27.70 26.60 25.90
50-99 28.80 25.20 24.20 23.50
100+ 25.90 22.70 21.80 21.20

SOLD OUT H SOLD OUT

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

x cv. ‘Snofozam’ (Snowfountains Cherry)® on Redbark

The cascading branches of this weeping variety are covered with snow white flowers that make this an
excellent selection for small yards or Japanese gardens.
QTY #1H 6’G
#1 6’G
#1L 6’G
#2 6’G
5-49 40.20
35.80
30.20
26.50
50-99 36.50
32.50
27.40
24.10
100+ 32.90
29.30
24.70
21.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#10 — 57.70
54.60

#7 — 47.40
45.00

PRUNUS (Flowering Plum)
cerasifera ‘Krauters Vesuvius’

Krauters Vesuvius is similar to Thundercloud, except that the growth habit is narrower and smaller. It
develops an oval upright head, covered with the darkest purple leaves of the flowering plums. Leaf color is
maintained until the leaves drop. Flowers are small and pale pink.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
7’B
6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 4’B
7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 24.60 20.30 17.50 14.90 13.60 11.60 10.90 9.30 10.00 12.10 10.90 9.60 9.00
50-99 22.40 18.50 15.90 13.50 12.30 10.50
9.90 8.40
9.10 11.00
9.90 8.70 8.10
100+ 20.20 16.70 14.40 12.20 11.10
9.50 9.00 7.60
8.20 10.00
9.00 7.90 7.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

cerasifera ‘Newport’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-40°F

HxS 20’x20’

The dark purple foliage of this tree holds its color well in full sun. This tree is more tolerant of changing
temperatures than Thundercloud. It has a single pink flower and will bear some fruit.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
7’B
7’LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 6’W 4’W
5-49 24.60 20.30 17.50 14.90 12.70 13.60 11.60 10.90 9.30 10.90 9.00
50-99 22.40 18.50 15.90 13.50 11.50 12.30 10.50
9.90 8.40
9.90 8.10
100+ 20.20 16.70 14.40 12.20 10.40 11.10
9.50 9.00 7.60
9.00 7.30
CONTAINER 100-24 #20 — 74.00
25+
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

36

cerasifera ‘Thundercloud’

-30°F

HxS 20’x20’

We find this the most popular of the plum varieties. Deep purple foliage holds its rich color throughout the
growing season. The flowers are pale pink and will fade to white as they mature. A broad headed tree with a
spread of up to 20’.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 7’B
6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 4’B
7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 24.60 20.30 17.50 14.90 14.90 13.60 11.60 10.90 9.30 10.00 12.10 10.90 9.60 9.00
50-99 22.40 18.50 15.90 13.60 13.50 12.30 10.50
9.90 8.40
9.10 11.00
9.90 8.70 8.10
100+ 20.20 16.70 14.40 12.20 12.20 11.10
9.50 9.00 7.60
8.20 10.00
9.00 7.90 7.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-20°F

HxS 8’x8’

-30°F

HxS 40’x30’

Used in hedges or by itself, this purple leafed, multi-stemmed shrub is useful in all landscape situations. It
has pale pink flowers in early Spring and dark purple fruit in July.
SHRUB FORM
QTY 3’SF 2’SF
5-49 9.60 8.80
50-99 8.70 8.00
100+ 7.90 7.20

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

18”SF
7.00
6.40
5.80

#7 — 17.50
16.65

#5 — 13.75
13.25

PYRUS (Flowering Pear)
calleryana ‘Aristocrat’/Plant Patent 3193

Plant Patent Fee: $0.35
Vigorous and broadly pyramidal in early years then maturing into an oval crown with a strong central leader.
Masses of white blossoms in Spring. The waxy green foliage changes from brilliant purple-red to orange in
the Fall. Aristocrat is insect and storm resistant and is tolerant of wet or dry soils.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
6’LB 5’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 33.10 28.30 23.60 20.10 20.10 14.90 12.20 10.40
50-99 30.00 25.70 21.50 18.30 18.30 13.50 11.10
9.50
100+ 27.10 23.20 19.30 16.50 16.50 12.20 10.00
8.60
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

calleryana ‘Capital’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-30°F

HxS 30’x10’

Capital Pear has a very narrow, upright form. Beautiful white blooms with glossy green summer foliage. Fall
color is purple-orange.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’W 4’W
5-49 33.10 28.30 24.10 23.60 20.10 20.10 12.20 10.40
50-99 30.00 25.70 21.90 21.50 18.30 18.30 11.10
9.50
100+ 27.10 23.20 19.70 19.30 16.50 16.50 10.00
8.60
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

calleryana ‘Chanticleer’/Plant Patent 2489

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-30°F

HxS 40’x15’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.65
This tree forms a narrow, upright, somewhat pyramidal crown with crisp, glossy green foliage that turns
reddish in the Fall. The flowers are white and form in clusters.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B 1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
4’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 44.10 38.30 33.10 28.10
28.30 24.10 23.60 20.10 20.10 16.90 14.90 12.20 10.40
50-99 40.10 34.80 30.00 25.50
25.70 21.90 21.50 18.30 18.30 15.30 13.50 11.10
9.50
100+ 36.10 31.40 27.10 23.10
23.20 19.70 19.30 16.50 16.50 13.80 12.20 10.00
8.60
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

37

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

cistena-Shrub (Sandcherry)

#10 — 45.30
43.00

calleryana ‘Redspire’

-20°F

HxS 35’x25’

A rapidly growing tree covered with glossy green, leathery leaves. The form is upright like Bradford, but
more narrow. Abundant white flowers. The fall colors are shades of crimson and purple, with colors
developing a few weeks before Bradford.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
5’B 4’B 5’W 4’W
5-49 38.30 33.10 28.30
23.60 20.10 16.90 12.20 10.40
50-99 34.80 30.00 25.70
21.50 18.30 15.30 11.10 9.50
100+ 31.40 27.10 23.20
19.30 16.50 13.80 10.00 8.60

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

QUERCUS (Oak)

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 36.00
34.20

borealis (Northern Red Oak)

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-40°F

HxS 75’x55’

Red Oak grows very fast, maturing into a round-headed tree. The Fall color is dark red with the leaves
persistent during the winter months. This tree is known to be resistant to pollution, making it a good
selection for industrial sites.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
8’W
7’W
6’W
5’W
5-49 33.70 31.60 29.70 25.20 27.90 23.70 23.40 19.90 20.70 18.00 16.60 15.20 13.80
50-99 30.60 28.70 27.00 22.90 25.40 21.60 21.20 18.10 18.80 16.40 15.10 13.80 12.60
100+ 27.60 26.90 24.30 20.70 22.90 19.50 19.10 16.30 17.00 14.80 13.60 12.50 11.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

coccinea (Scarlet Oak)

#15 — 59.00
56.00

#10 — 46.40
44.10

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 22.50
21.40

4’W
10.20
9.30
8.40

-30°F

HxS 50’x40’

-40°F

HxS 55’x45’

This oak has the most brilliant Fall color of any oak. Its branching habit is open, forming a rounded crown
with age.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B
1”LB 6’B 6’LB 5’B
9’W 8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 42.60 37.90 33.70 28.60 29.80 25.30 23.40 19.90 20.70 19.60 18.00 16.60 15.20 13.80 10.20
50-99 38.70 34.40 30.60 26.00 27.10 23.10 21.20 18.10 18.80 17.80 16.40 15.10 13.80 12.60 9.30
100+ 34.80 31.00 27.60 23.40 24.40 20.70 19.10 16.30 17.00 16.10 14.80 13.60 12.50 11.30 8.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

macrocarpa (Bur Oak)

#15 — 59.00
56.00

#10 — 46.40
44.10

#7 — 38.10
36.20

An impressive tree that has an open branch structure and characteristic sturdy appearance. The long leaves
are glossy-green on the top and have a whitish tint on the bottom. Yellow to yellowish-brown vibrant fall
color. Faster growing and more tolerant than many other Quercus species.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B 1”LB 6’B
9’W
5-49 38.50 33.00 28.00
27.90 23.70 23.40 19.60
50-99 35.00 29.90 25.50
25.40 21.60 21.20 17.80
100+ 31.50 27.00 22.90
22.90 19.50 19.10 16.00
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

palustris (Pin Oak)

#15 — 59.00
56.00

#10 — 46.40
44.10

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 22.50
21.40

-30°F

Pin Oak grows with a broad pyramidal head, and does well in wet, poorly drained soils.
glossy leaves are similar in size to those of Scarlet Oak. Red fall color holds well.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B 9’B
8’B
8’LB 7’B 6’B 5’B 8’W 7’W
5-49 33.50 29.50 25.80 20.10 25.30 23.10 19.60 21.60 18.50 15.10 16.30 14.80
50-99 30.50 26.80 23.40 18.30 22.90 20.90 17.80 19.70 16.80 13.70 14.80 13.40
100+ 27.50 24.10 21.10 16.50 20.70 18.90 16.10 17.70 15.20 12.40 13.30 12.10
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 59.00
56.00

#10 — 46.40
44.10

#7 — 38.10
36.20

HxS 55’x40’

The bright green
6’W 5’W
12.90 11.70
11.70 10.60
10.50 9.60

#5 — 22.50
21.40

4’W
9.40
8.50
7.70

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

38

phellos (Willow Oak)

-20°F

HxS 70’x35’

Phellos Oak is rapidly growing with a dense rounded crown and brilliant yellowish brown during fall.
Popular as a street tree because it is tolerant of heat, drought, pollution and standing water.
QTY
5-49
50-99
100+

6’B
23.40
21.20
19.10

6’LB
19.90
18.10
16.30

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

7’W
16.60
15.10
13.60

6’W
15.20
13.80
12.50

#20 — 81.00
77.00

5’W
13.80
12.60
11.30

#15 — 59.00
56.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 22.50
21.40

-20°F

HxS 50’x40’

Shumard Oak has a brilliant yellow to red fall color with an open, broadly oval branching habit. Shape is
similar to Scarlet Oak.
QTY
5-49
50-99
100+

1.5”B
38.50
35.00
31.50

1.25”B
33.00
29.90
27.00

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

1.25”LB
28.00
25.50
22.90

1”B
27.90
25.40
22.90

#20 — 81.00
77.00

1”LB
23.70
21.60
19.50

6’B
23.40
21.20
19.10

#15 — 59.00
56.00

bicolor (Swamp White Oak)

6’LB
19.90
18.10
16.30

5’B
20.70
18.80
17.00

#10 — 46.40
44.10

7’W
16.60
15.10
13.60

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 22.50
21.40

-30°F

HxS 45’x45’

Relatively slow growing oak with shiny dark green leaves giving way to yellowish brown/red fall color.
Canopy structure is open with a rounded habit.
QTY
5-49
50-99
100+

1.5”B
38.50
35.00
31.50

1.25”B
33.00
29.90
27.00

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

1.25”LB
28.00
25.50
22.90

1”B
27.90
25.40
22.90

#20 — 81.00
77.00

1”LB
23.70
21.60
19.50

6’B
23.40
21.20
19.10

#15 — 59.00
56.00

robur fastigiata (English Oak)

6’LB
19.90
18.10
16.30

5’B
20.70
18.80
17.00

#10 — 46.40
44.10

7’W
16.60
15.10
13.60

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 22.50
21.40

-20°F

HxS 50’x15’

English Oak is a columnar tree that matures to more of a pyramidal form with age. Foliage is dark green that
holds until fall. This is a great tree if there is limited planting space.
QTY
5-49
50-99
100+

2”B
51.60
46.80
39.90

1.75”B
44.70
40.60
36.60

CONTAINER 10-24
25+

1.5”B
38.50
35.00
29.80

1.25”B
32.90
29.90
27.00

#20 — 81.00
77.00

SALIX (Willow)

1”B
28.70
25.00
22.30

6’B
25.00
21.50
19.30

#15 — 59.00
56.00

9’W
20.20
18.40
16.60

8’W
18.40
16.70
15.00

#10 — 46.40
44.10

7’W
16.70
15.20
13.70

6’W
15.20
13.80
12.50

caprea ‘Curly Locks’

5’W
13.80
12.60
11.30

4’W
10.20
9.30
8.40

-20ºF

HxS 6’x4’

-20°F

HxS 8’x8’

Contorted weeping pussy willow, will first grow upward, then branches will begin to weep downward.
Catkins open white, mature to yellow. Red-Orange characteristic branching.
4’ GRAFT
QTY #1HS #1H #1
#1LT
5-49 25.30 23.70 21.60 20.50
50-99 22.90 21.60 19.70 18.60
100+ 20.70 19.40 17.70 16.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#10 — 48.40
46.00

caprea ‘Pendula’ (Weeping Pussy Willow)

Graceful arching branches weep all the way to the ground on this small deciduous tree. Early spring
branches are covered with wooly gray catkins before the leaves appear.
4’ GRAFT
6’ GRAFT
SERPENTINE
QTY #1H #1
#1LT
#1HS #1H #1
#1LT #2
#1HS #1H #1
#1LT
5-49 23.70 21.60 20.50
25.20 23.70 21.60 20.50 18.70
27.80 26.10 23.80 22.50
50-99 21.60 19.70 18.60
22.90 21.60 19.70 18.60 17.00
25.20 23.70 21.60 20.50
100+ 19.40 17.70 16.70
20.70 19.40 17.70 16.70 15.30
22.70 21.40 19.50 18.40
CONTAINER 10-24 #20 – 78.00 #15 – 57.00 #10 – 46.40
25+
74.10
54.20
44.10

SERP #15 – 62.00
58.90

#10 – 49.85 #7 – 42.00
47.35
39.90

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

39

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

shumardii (Shumard Oak)

#10 — 46.40
44.10

integra ‘Hakuro Nishiki’ (Variegated Willow)

-20°F

HxS unknown*

-40°F

HxS 8’x5’

-50°F

HxS 35’x20’

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

An exciting new willow with variegated foliage that opens with a combination of pink, white, and green.
Foliage fades to green as it matures. May be trimmed three times during the growing season to flush the new
variegated foliage again.
3’ GRAFT
4’ GRAFT
QTY #1HS #1H #1
#1LT #2
#1HS #1H #1
#1L
#2
5-49 25.30 23.70 21.60 20.50 18.70
25.30 23.70 21.60 20.50 18.70
50-99 22.90 21.60 19.70 18.60 17.00
22.90 21.60 19.70 18.60 17.00
100+ 20.70 19.40 17.70 16.70 15.30
20.70 19.40 17.70 16.70 15.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#10 — 48.40
46.00

#7 — 41.50
39.40

#5 — 33.60
31.95

purpurea ‘Pendula’ (Weeping Blue Arctic Willow)

A very slender, weeping form with bluish-green foliage and purple branches. Will leaf out very early in the
spring and hold leaves well into the fall.
QTY #1HS #1H #1
#1LT
5-49 25.30 23.70 21.60 20.50
50-99 22.90 21.60 19.70 18.60
100+ 20.70 19.40 17.70 16.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 78.00
74.10

#15 — 57.00
54.20

SORBUS (Mt Ash)

#10 — 46.40
44.10

aucuparia ‘Michred’ (Cardinal Royal)/Plant Patent 3114

Plant Patent Fee: $0.75
A very narrow upright Mt. Ash. Its branches are symmetrical with rich dark green leaves that are silver on the
underside. The clusters of berries are a brilliant red.
QTY 1.75”B 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
9’W 8’W 7’W 6’W
5-49 36.20 31.40 27.00 23.10 19.70 17.20 15.00 12.30
50-99 32.90 28.50 24.50 20.90 17.90 15.60 13.60 11.20
100+ 29.60 25.70 22.10 18.90 16.10 14.10 12.30 10.10
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

STEWARTIA

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

pseudocamellia (Japanese Stewartia)

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-20°F

HxS 40’x25’

-20°F

HxS 25’x25’

-40°F

HxS 20’x15’

Large slow growing tree with pink to reddish brown peeling bark. Dark green leaves turn yellow and then
change from orange to red during fall. Single white flowers with yellow stamens appear mid summer. A great
tree for all of the seasons.
B&B
CONTAINER
6’BB 5’BB 4’BB
6’
5’
4’
82.40 68.15 57.20
90.40 75.30 64.35

STYRAX

‘japonica’ (Japanese Snowbell Tree)

A slow growing tree with a rounded crown. The horizontal branching habit with its upward pointing leaves
and pendulous, bell-shaped white flowers give this tree a striking appearance when flowering. Very graceful
in appearance.
B&B
CONTAINER
1”
6’
5’
4’
1” #15 6’ #10 5’ #7 4’ #7
60.00 53.05 39.45 28.95
68.75 61.05 46.60 36.10

SYRINGA (Lilac)

reticulata (Japanese Tree Lilac)

Upright lilac tree with unique reddish-brown bark with very showy, fragrant blossoms.
TREE FORM
CONTAINER
#10
#7
10-24
49.90
25+
47.40

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

40

TILIA (Linden)
americana ‘Redmond’

-50°F

HxS 70’x40’

This fast growing tree develops a straight trunk, strong pyramidal branching, and dark green foliage. The
enormous glossy green leaves provide for an interesting texture.
QTY 2”B
2”LB 1.75”B 1.75”LB 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
8’W
7’W
6’W
5’W
4’W
5-49 45.00 38.30 39.60 33.70 34.80 30.30 26.30 23.10 14.80 13.70 12.80 10.90 8.80
50-99 40.90 34.80 36.00 30.60 31.60 27.60 23.90 21.00 13.40 12.50 11.70
9.90 8.00
100+ 36.90 31.40 32.40 27.60 28.50 24.90 21.50 18.90 12.10 11.20 10.50
8.90 7.20
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 22.00
21.00

-40°F

HxS 40’x35’

-30°F

HxS 50’x35’

This hardy tree is at home in a wide range of temperature and soil conditions. The round to pyramidal habit
supports dark green leaves with lighter undersides. A good landscape tree in urban areas. Creamy white
flower clusters in July are quite fragrant.
QTY 1.25”B 6’B
5’B
6’W
5-49 26.20 23.10 20.10 13.80
50-99 23.80 21.00 18.30 12.60
100+ 21.50 18.90 16.50 11.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 81.00
77.00

cordata ‘Glenleven’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

Glenleven is a vigorous grower and has a pyramidal shape. Its leaves are slightly larger than Greenspire
Linden. Foliage is medium green, turning to a yellow color in the fall.
QTY 1.5”B 1.5”LB 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 7’W
6’W
5’W
4’W
5-49 37.30 31.70 33.40 28.40 30.60 26.00 26.00 22.10 15.70 15.20 13.50 12.00
50-99 33.90 28.80 30.40 25.80 27.80 23.60 23.60 20.10 14.30 13.80 12.30 10.90
100+ 30.50 26.00 27.30 23.30 25.00 21.30 21.20 18.10 12.90 12.50 11.10
9.80
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 86.00
82.00

#15 — 59.00
56.00

cordata ‘Greenspire’/Plant Patent 2086

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 22.00
21.00

-40°F

HxS 45’x35’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.50
A fast grower with a tight, upright habit. The leaves are leathery textured and dark green. A good straighttrunked tree for the landscape.
QTY 6’B
5’B
5’LB 4’B
6’W 5’W 4’W 3’W
5-49 26.00 21.20 18.00 17.50 15.20 13.50 12.00 11.40
50-99 23.40 19.20 16.40 15.90 13.80 12.30 10.90 10.30
100+ 21.20 17.30 14.70 14.40 12.50 11.10
9.80 9.30
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 86.00
82.00

#15 — 59.00
56.00

tomentosa ‘Sterling’/Plant Patent 6511

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 22.00
21.00

-40°F

HxS 45’x35’

-20°F

HxS 55’x45’

A fast grower with a broad pyramidal shape. Vibrant green leaves gradually change to a beautiful
yellow color in the fall.
QTY 8’W 7’W 6’W 5’W
5-49 16.40 15.70 15.20 13.60
50-99 14.90 14.30 13.80 12.30
100+ 13.50 12.90 12.50 11.10
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

ULMUS

#20 — 81.00
77.00

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

morton ‘Glossy’ (Triumph™ Elm)

Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.60
Triumph™ has an oval shaped canopy with large, dark glossy green leaves and a strong upright branching
system. Has been shown to be resistant to Dutch Elm Disease. Leaves change to a yellow color during fall.
Great for use as a street tree.
QTY 6’B
5’B
4’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 21.00 17.00 12.70 14.60 14.00 13.20
50-99 19.10 15.40 11.50 13.30 12.70 12.00
100+ 17.20 13.90 10.40 12.00 11.50 10.90
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

For container quantities of 1-9 the price will be 10% higher than the listed 10-24 rate.

41

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

cordata (Little Leaf Linden)

#10 — 45.30
43.00

morton ‘Accolade®’ (Accolade Elm)

-30°F

HxS 70’ x 60’

SHADE AND
FLOWERING TREES

Registered Plant Fee: $0.60
Allee® Elm is noted for its upright arching habit that resembles a vase shape. It has been shown to be resistant
to Dutch Elm Disease. Bright green leaves gradually change to a yellowish-red color during fall. Exfoliating
bark exposes different shades of orange, brown and gray.
QTY 1”B
6’B
5’B
4’B
6’W 5’W 4’W
5-49 26.30 21.00 17.00 12.70 14.60 14.00 13.20
50-99 23.90 19.10 15.40 11.50 13.30 12.70 12.00
100+ 21.50 17.20 13.90 10.40 12.00 11.50 10.90
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

parviflora ‘Emer II’/Plant Patent 7552 (Allee® Elm)

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-20°F

HxS 50’x35’

Allee® Elm is noted for its upright arching habit that resembles a vase shape. It has been shown to be resistant
to Dutch Elm Disease. Bright green leaves gradually change to a yellowish-red color during fall. Exfoliating
bark exposes different shades of orange, brown and gray.
QTY 1”B
6’B
5’B
4’B
5’W 4’W
5-49 26.30 21.00 17.00 12.70 14.00 13.20
50-99 23.90 19.10 15.40 11.50 12.70 12.00
100+ 21.00 17.20 13.90 10.40 11.50 10.90
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

ZELKOVA (Japanese Zelkova)

#7 — 38.10
36.20

serrata (Japanese Zelkova)

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-20°F

Relatively low branched zelkova with reddish-purple fall color that makes a good street tree.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
5-49 28.80 25.30 22.10 19.20
50-99 26.20 23.00 20.10 17.40
100+ 23.60 20.70 18.10 15.70
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

serrata ‘Green Vase’/Plant Patent 5080

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-30°F

HxS 50’x40’

HxS 50’x40’

Green Vase is a more vigorous selection of Zelkova, producing a taller, more graceful tree than ‘Village Green.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1.25”LB 1”B
1”LB 6’B
6’LB 5’B
5’LB 4’B
8’W
7’W
6’W
5’W
5-49 38.40 33.80 28.70
29.60 25.20 25.60 21.80 21.40 18.20 20.00 19.60 17.80 16.20 13.90
50-99 34.90 30.70 26.10
26.90 22.80 23.30 19.80 19.40 16.50 18.10 17.80 16.20 14.70 12.70
100+ 31.50 27.70 23.50
24.20 20.60 21.00 17.90 17.50 14.90 16.30 16.10 14.60 13.20 11.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

serrata ‘Musashino’

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-30°F

HxS 45’x20’

Attractive tree with a narrow upright growth habit which resembles a vase shape. Deep green foliage. Will
accent any landscape setting.
QTY 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
6’LB 5’B
7’W 6’W 5’W
5-49 33.80 29.60 25.60 21.80 21.40 17.80 16.20 13.90
50-99 30.70 26.90 23.30 19.80 19.40 16.20 14.70 12.70
100+ 27.70 24.20 21.00 17.90 17.50 14.60 13.20 11.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

serrata ‘Village Green’/Plant Patent 2337

#7 — 38.10
36.20

#5 — 20.00
19.00

-30°F

HxS 45’x45’

This is a very graceful, vase-shaped tree, with a straight trunk. Its large green leaves, like the American
Elm, turn to an attractive rusty red in the fall. It is highly resistant to Dutch Elm Disease, and to leaf-eating
and bark beetles.
QTY 1.5”B 1.25”B 1”B
6’B
6’LB 5’B
7’W 6’W 5’W
5-49 38.40 33.80 29.60 25.60 21.80 21.40 17.80 16.20 13.90
50-99 34.90 30.70 26.90 23.30 19.80 19.40 16.20 14.70 12.70
100+ 31.50 27.70 24.20 21.00 17.90 17.50 14.60 13.20 11.40
CONTAINER 10-24
25+

#20 — 74.00
70.30

#15 — 57.00
54.20

#10 — 45.30
43.00

#7 — 38.10
36.20

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#5 — 20.00
19.00

Evergreen
Conifers and
Grafted
Specialties

Colorado Spruce

CONIFERS
Note: All B&B items can be containerized for the following additional charge.
5'-6'
4'-5'
3'-4'
30"-36"
24"-30"
18.30
11.70
8.75
8.00
7.15

ABIES (Fir)

concolor (White Fir)

-30°F

HxS 80’x20’

concolor ‘Candicans’ (Candicans White Fir)

-30°F

HxS 50’x20’

-10°F

HxS 60’x40’

CONIFERS

A beautiful fir native to the mountains of the west. The seedling grown variety varies in color from light gray green to bright silvery-blue
with needles curving upward. Very symmetrical in form.
B&B
5-6’
4-5’
3-4’
30-36”
95.00 68.00 55.00 42.00
A strikingly beautiful tree with 2” long silvery-white needles. This tree will be a showpiece in any landscape. Develops into a nice
specimen with uniform branching and a pyramidal habit.
B&B
4-5’
3-4’
30-36”
75.00 62.00 48.00

CE DRUS (Cedar)

atlantica ‘Glauca’ (Blue Atlas Cedar)

Tufts of frosty blue needles about 1” long on rigid upright curving branches make this an excellent accent plant in any season. Small
upright cones develop near the branch ends in the fall of the year. This tree can be a very imposing specimen, so give it room to grow.
4’BB and larger grades include wire star.
B&B
CONTAINERIZED B&B
7-8’
6-7’
5-6’
4-5’
7-8’
6-7’
5-6’
4-5’
94.55 77.00 63.65 53.35
105.85 88.30 74.95 58.05

atlantica ‘Glauca Pendula’ (Weeping Blue Atlas) Serpentine

-10°F

20’ x Prune to shape

A grafted form of Blue Atlas Cedar with frosty blue needles on long, spreading branches and pendulous branchlets that can be trained in
a number of forms, including espalier, that allow the branchlets to cascade in a variety of interesting forms. A real eye-catcher.
4’BB and larger grades include wire star.
B&B
CONTAINERIZED B&B
7’
6’
5’
4’
3’
7’
6’
5’
4’
3’
133.70 103.20 75.10 61.60 46.35
144.50 114.50 86.40 73.30 55.10 Serpentine or Straight form available. Specify when ordering.

deodara (Deodara Cedar)

0°F

HxS 40’x25’

A seedling grown variety with somewhat drooping branches and silvery-gray needles. Rapid juvenile growth develops into a pyramid
shaped mature tree with long spreading branches.
4’BB and larger grades include wire star.
B&B
CONTAINERIZED B&B
10’
8’
7’
6’
5’
4’
3’
5’
4’
3’
213.00 155.30 115.15 84.25 63.65 47.80 35.60
74.95 59.50 44.35

CHAMAECYPARIS (False Cypress)

nootkatensis ‘Glauca Pendula’ (Weeping Blue Alaska Cedar)

-20°F

obtusa (Hinoki Cypress) Compact Form

HxS 15’x6’

HxS 40’x10’

This beauty, grafted onto a Thuja understock, produces rapid growth and a dense, lustrous, deep blue-green foliage that weeps from long
pendulous branches. Easy to grow and adaptable to a wide variety of growing conditions.
4’BB and larger grades include wire star.
B&B
CONTAINERIZED B&B
8’
7’
6’
5’
4’
8’
7’
6’
5’
4’
134.30 104.50 74.70 68.50 60.25
145.60 115.80 86.00 79.80 65.40

-20°F

An excellent accent plant with dark green foliage and an pyramidal spreading form. We graft the parent material onto Thuja understock
for ease of transplanting and a better developed root system.
B&B
CONTAINER
5’
4’
3’
30-36”
5’
4’
3’
30”
#1
81.70 60.00 40.20 34.00
100.00 71.70 48.95 42.00
1-24 9.20
25+
8.95

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obtusa ‘Nana Gracilis’ (Dwarf Hinoki Cypress)

-20°F

HxS 6’x2’

obtusa ‘Verdoni’ (Verdoni Hinoki Cypress)

-20°F

HxS 6’x2’

pisifera ‘Boulevard’ (Boulevard Cypress)

-30°F

HxS 8’x4’

pisifera ‘Filifera Aurea Nana’ (Gold Threadbranch)

-20ºF

HxS 4’x3’

-20°F

HxS 3’x3’

This is without a doubt the most commonly planted of the many varieties of Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. An incredibly beautiful specimen
with small, deep green cupped foliage that forms a dense crown with many branchlets. An ideal choice to accent any Japanese garden or
rock garden. Container plants are grown from rooted cuttings. B&B are grafted to a Thuja standard.
B&B
CONTAINER
24-30” 18-24” 15-18”
on Standard
#1
52.35 41.30 34.10
47.00
1-24 9.65
25+
9.40
Deep green foliage lies beneath a golden yellow foliage which does not burn in full sun. Has a distinct pear-shaped appearance and
grows approximately 4-6" a year. A striking addition to your landscape.
B&B
CONTAINER
3-4’
30-36” 24-30” 18-24”
#5 on Std.
67.00 59.75 52.30 41.30
47.00

Weeping, thread-like branches form a compact mound of gold colored foliage on this dwarf variety. Good yellow color.

pisifera ‘Filifera Sungold’ (Sungold Threadbranch)

A dwarf form with gold tipped, thread -like branches that does well in full sun. This plant has a good yellow color and does not burn.
CONTAINER
#5
#2
#1
1-49 18.00 11.40 5.05
50+
17.50 11.00 4.80

JUNIPERUS (Juniper)

The Junipers offer a wide variety of plants that include innumerable sizes, shapes and colors. Most members of the Genus are hardy and
adapt to a variety of planting sites and soil conditions, but poorly drained sites should be avoided. Growth is usually best in full sun. For
descriptive purposes in this catalog, the Junipers are itemized in three categories: SHRUBS, GROUND COVERS, AND UPRIGHT FORMS. A
fourth category, CULTURED JUNIPERS, is also included. All Junipers are container grown, unless otherwise indicated.

SHRUBS

chinensis ‘Old Gold’ (Old Gold Juniper)

An upright spreading juniper with a flattened top. Good gold color.

chinensis ‘Pfitzeriana Aurea’ (Gold Pfitzer)

A fast growing, upright spreader with gray green foliage tipped with gold.

chinensis ‘Pfitzeriana Glauca’ (Blue Pfitzer)
Arching branches with silvery-blue foliage.

chinensis ‘Sea Green’

Vase shaped plant with graceful arching branches and bright green foliage.
CONTAINER
#5
#2
#1
1-49 13.40 8.80 4.25
50+
12.90 8.40 4.00

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-30°F

HxS 4’x4’

-30°F

HxS 3’x8’

-30°F

HxS 6’x10’

-30°F

HxS 3’x6’

CONIFERS

Feathery soft-textured plumes of silvery-blue foliage cover the dense cone shaped crown. A great plant for contrast of texture and color
with your other evergreens. This plant is well suited to growing in its natural form, or for heavy pruning into pom-pom forms.
CONTAINER
POM POM & SPIRAL
#5
#1
#20
#15
#10
#7
#5
SUPER SPECIMEN BOX
1-49 21.90 4.55
120.00 85.00 75.00 65.00 48.00
550.00
50+
21.40 4.30

squamata ‘Blue Star’

-30°F

HxS 2’x3’

squamata ‘Holger’

-30°F

HxS 4’X4’

procumbens ‘Nana’ (Dwarf Japanese Garden)

-20°F

HxS 12”x4-5’

horizontalis ‘Bar Harbor’

-30°F

HxS 12”x8-10’

-30°F

HxS 10”x8-10’

-30°F

HxS 15”x5-6’

-40°F

HxS 2’x5-6”

-30°F

HxS 6”x6-8’

-40°F

HxS 12”x10’

-30°F

HxS 2’x10’

A densely growing mound of steel-blue foliage that retains its color year-round. Branch ends appear as little star bursts. An attractive
center piece for any landscape.
CONTAINER
#5
#2
#1
#5 Braided
1-49 16.50 10.00 4.75
90.00
50+
16.00
9.60 4.50
Long stiffly upright branches tipped with lemon yellow new growth from early spring to mid summer. Annual growth matures to a
steel-blue similar to the other squamatas. Very showy.
CONTAINER
#5
#2
#1
1-49 16.50 10.00 4.50
50+
16.00
9.60 4.25

CONIFERS

GROUND COVERS

Great rock garden plant. Its downward curving branches radiate out from the center of the plant in all directions. A slow growing plant
with rich green foliage.
CONTAINER
#2
#1
1-49
10.00 4.50
50+
9.60 4.25
Fast growing , soft, blue-gray foliage forms a ground hugging mat in the summertime. Winter color is silvery-plum.

horizontalis ‘Blue Chip’

A prostrate Juniper that grows slowly and maintains its silver-blue color year round. Blue color intensifies in Winter.

horizontalis ‘Plumosa Youngstown’ (Andorra)

A densly-branched, compact Juniper with a low spreading habit. Gray-green foliage in summer, plum colored in winter.

horizontalis ‘Starburst’

A prostrate, low-growing Juniper that forms a dense mat of medium green foliage radiating from a central stem. Silvery winter color.

horizontalis ‘Wiltonii’ (Blue Rug)

This prostrate form spreads out almost flat on the ground. Good silver-blue color that holds throughout the winter.

sabina ‘Broadmoor’

Semi-prostrate form with soft, bright green foliage that forms a low mound.

squamata ‘Blue Carpet’

Low growing, wide spreading form with deep blue-gray foliage on arching branches. Intense winter color.
CONTAINER
#5
#2
#1
1-49 13.40 9.00 4.25
50+
12.90 8.60 4.00

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UPRIGHT FORMS

chinensis ‘Blue Point’

-30°F

HxS 10’x 4’

-30°F

HxS 12’x3’

-30°F

HxS 15’x2’

-40°F

HxS 15’x5’

An upright evergreen with a broad pyramidal habit and attractive blue-green foliage.

scopulorum ‘Moonglow’

A densly branched symmetrical column with intense silvery-blue foliage. Color darkens during winter months.

scopulorum ‘Skyrocket’

Similar in growth characteristics to ‘Moonglow, except that ‘Skyrocket is more blue-green in color, and develops a narrower column.

scopulorum ‘Wichita Blue’

Dense pyramidal upright form with brilliant bright blue foliage that holds its color year-around
B&B
CONTAINERIZED B&B
CONTAINER
6’
5’
4’
3’
6'
5'
4'
3'
#5
#2
#1
59.50 43.30 33.55 28.15
78.70 62.50 45.85 37.35
1-49 22.70 11.00 5.05
50+
22.20 10.60 4.80

CULTURED JUNIPER FORMS
Tufts of Pom Pom seemingly floating on bare branches make these plants a unique accent piece in the landscape. Available only in the
following varieties and sizes: Blue Pfitzer, Gold Pfitzer, and Sea Green and San Jose.
#7
#5 “A”
71.50 49.00

Grafted on Standard

Each of these showpieces develops a unique character depending on the juniper variety that is grafted to the Thuja standard. Available in
the following varieties and sizes: Blue Carpet, Blue Chip, Blue Star, Old Gold, and Wiltonii.
CONTAINER
Single Graft
Double Graft (3’ & 5’)
#7
#5
#10
#5
57.75 47.25
147.00 69.85

Spirals

chinensis ‘Blue Point’

-30°F

HxS 10’x 4’

-30°F

HxS 12’x3’

-30°F

HxS 15’x2’

-40°F

HxS 15’x5’

-40°F

HxS 8’x12’

An upright evergreen with a broad pyramidal habit and attractive blue-green foliage. Tightly sheared into an attractive spiral.

scopulorum ‘Moonglow’

A densly branched symmetrical column with intense silvery-blue foliage. Color darkens during winter months.

scopulorum ‘Skyrocket’

Similar in growth characteristics to ‘Moonglow, except that ‘Skyrocket is more blue-green in color, and develops a narrower column.

scopulorum ‘Wichita Blue’

Dense pyramidal upright form with brilliant bright blue foliage that holds its color year-around
CONTAINER
#20
#10
#7
#5
Cedar Planter Box
95.00 86.00 65.00 55.00
135.00

LARIX (Larch)

decidua ‘Pendula’ (Weeping European Larch)

A deciduous conifer with tufts of soft green foliage in the Summer and brilliant golden Fall coloration. The long pendulous branches
droop down to form a dense weeping specimen. Best when staked to form, but it can be left to develop into a matted pile. Excellent
container plant.
4’BB and larger grades include wire star.
B&B
CONTAINER
SERPENTINE BB
6’
5’
4’
6’
5’
4’
4'
3'
90.00 75.15 63.80
101.30 86.45 68.50
75.15 56.80

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CONIFERS

Pom Pom

METASEQUOIA

glyptostroboides ‘Gold Rush’

-20ºF

HxS 50’x20’

-40ºF

HxS 18”x6’

abies (Norway Spruce)

-40°F

HxS 90’x40’

abies ‘Nidiformis’ (Nest Spruce)

-50°F

HxS 3’x5’

abies ‘Pendula’ (Weeping Norway Spruce)

-40°F

HxS (See description)

abies ‘Pumila’ (Pumila Spruce)

-40°F

HxS 3’x4’

abies ‘Pumila Nigra’

-40°F

HxS 4’x4’

Fast growing pyramidal shaped tree with golden needles. Needles turn an orange brown color and then drop during fall. New spring
needles emerge as light green and will not burn in summer sun. Stunning addition to your landscape!
CONTAINER
#10
#5
95.00 65.00

MI CROBIOTA

decussate Russian Cypress on Standard

Vigorous growing evergreen with bright green spreading branches, changing to coppery-brown in colder climates. Very cold hardy.
CONTAINER
#5 on Standard
45.00

CONIFERS

PICEA (Spruce)

Young trees have stiff horizontal branching, while older specimens can become quite tall and are readily identified by their dark yellowgreen foliage that is usually drooping. A good specimen tree for the landscape, but give it room to grow.
B&B
CONTAINER
5’
4’
3’
30”
4'
3'
78.30 49.50 37.00 27.80
61.20 45.75
A low spreading dwarf that develops many short horizontal branches and forms a dense flat-topped shrub. New growth in the Spring is
soft and light colored followed by a darker green color for the remainder of the year. Makes an excellent accent plant.
CONTAINER
#5
#2
#1
1-49 15.45 9.50 4.25
50+
14.95 9.10 4.00
A superb specimen plant whose form and size depends largely on the staking and training done at a young age. If left unstaked it will
form a prostrate mound on the ground; staked, it will grow quite rapidly and produce long pendulous branches and form a full skirt.
Good deep green color. Makes a superb accent plant.
B&B
CONTAINER
5’
4’
3’
30”
24”
5'
4'
3'
30"
90.15 72.50 55.15 45.60 34.80
108.45 84.20 63.90 53.60
A very dense and tightly knit dwarf globe shaped spruce with stiff, dark green branches. Makes a good accent plant and fits in well with
small gardens. Does well in full sun.
CONTAINER
#5
#2
#1
1-49 17.00 10.80 5.50
50+
16.50 10.40 5.25
Dwarf globe shaped spruce perfect for rock gardens or along borders. Pumila Nigra is similar to Pumila but has a darker green color and
is slightly taller. Does well in full sun.
CONTAINER
#5
#2
#1
1-49 17.00 10.80 5.50
50+
16.50 10.40 5.25

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glauca ‘Conica’ (Dwarf Alberta Spruce)

-40°F

HxS 7’x3’

omorika ‘Nana’ (Dwarf Serbian Spruce) on Standard

-30°F

HxS 3’x3’

pungens (Colorado Green)

-50°F

HxS 60’x20’

pungens ‘Glauca’ (Colorado Blue)

-50°F

HxS 60’x20’

A slow growing, compact pyramid with soft green new foliage maturing to a darker gray green. A good choice for a container grown
specimen, or for use in the rock garden. Extremely cold hardy.
CONTAINER
SPIRALS & TIERED
Single Spiral Double Spiral
# 20 #10
#7
#5
#2
#1
Cedar
Cedar Planter Box
6’+
Spec 42-48”
#20
#10
#5
#2
#1
Planter Box #20
#10
Octagon Shaped
1-49 104.00 72.00 48.30 23.50 10.90 4.65 180.00 120.00 57.00 23.70 11.10 175.00
195.00 130.00 275.00
50+
23.00 10.50 4.40
23.30 10.85
A very popular slow-growing dwarf with a dense irregular branch habit and broadly conical form. Bands of white stomata line the
underside of the yellowish-green needles. Grafted to a 30” standard.
B&B
15-18” 12-15”
48.30 40.90

A blue needle form of Colorado Spruce grown from a selected seed source known for its gray blue color. Probably the best known of all
the spruces. Its broadly conical crown typically extends all the way to the ground on open-grown trees. Highly prized as an ornamental.
4’, 5’ and 6’ BB grades are machine dug and include a wire basket.
B&B
CONTAINER
QTY 7’
6’
5’
4’
3’
30”
5'
4'
3'
30"
24"
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-24 130.00 115.10 98.90 58.60 34.50 26.80
1-24 105.20 65.30 43.25 34.80 30.05
1-49 22.00 13.30 11.00 4.45
25+
123.50 103.60 89.00 52.75
25+
96.80 60.10
50+ 21.50 12.90 10.60 4.20

PICEA PUNGENS GRAFTED CULTIVARS
p ‘Bacheri’ (Bacheri Spruce)

-40°F

HxS 15’x6’

p ‘Fastigiata’ (Columnar Blue Spruce)

-40°F

HxS 40’x10’

p ‘Fat Albert’

-40°F

HxS 15’x8’

A broadly conical spruce with excellent blue color and long, dark blue needles. Best known for its rapid, symmetrical growth.
4’, 5’ and 6’ BB grades are machine dug and include a wire basket.
B&B
CONTAINER
5’
4’
3’
30”
24”
4'
3'
30"
1-24 125.30 72.50 55.15 46.10 37.40
84.20 63.90 54.10
25+
52.40 43.80 35.50
60.70 51.40
A densely formed columnar crown with great blue color make this tree a showpiece for the small landscape or to fill in a tight corner.
B&B
4’
3’
30”
24”
72.50 55.15 46.10 37.40
Pyramidal form with a spread at the base that is nearly equal to the height of the tree. The crown is made up of dense branches that are
ascending at the tips, and it has good blue color. Maintains its fullness without pruning.
5’ and 6’ BB grades are machine dug and include a wire basket.
B&B
CONTAINER
5’
4’
3’
30”
24”
5’
4'
3'
30"
24"
1-24 125.30 72.50 55.15 46.10 37.40
131.60 84.20 63.90 54.10 44.55
25+
52.40 43.80 35.50
60.70 51.40 42.35

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CONIFERS

A very symmetrical and broadly conical tree with a horizontal branch structure. Our trees have been tightly sheared and form a dense
limb structure covered with stiff, green needles. Seedling grown trees, so there is some color variation. Popular as a “live” Christmas
tree.
4’, 5’ and 6’ BB grades are machine dug and include a wire basket.
B&B
CONTAINER
QTY 7’
6’
5’
4’
3’
30”
5'
4'
3'
30"
24"
#3
#2
#1
1-24 120.00 91.80 81.60 48.90 27.60 21.40
1-24 87.90 55.60 36.35 29.40 24.95 1-49 12.00 9.00 4.30
25+
114.00
73.45 44.00
25+
80.90 51.15
50+
8.60 3.95

p ‘Globosa’ (Dwarf Globe Spruce)

-40°F

HxS 3’x3’

Blue-green foliage forms a dense flat-topped globe that is approximately as wide as it is tall. Holds it’s color well all year. Makes a great
accent plant for a small space.

NOTE: On Standard or Low Graft
B&B
24-30" 18-24” 15-18” 12-15” 10-12”
1-24 76.20 60.70 50.60 42.85 36.15
25+
48.10 40.70 34.35

p ‘Hoopsii’

CONTAINER
24-30” 18”
15”
83.35 67.85 57.75
54.90

12”
50.00
47.50

10”
43.30
41.15

-40°F

HxS 40’x15’

-20°F

HxS 2’x2’

aristata (Bristlecone Pine)

-20°F

HxS 15’x5’

densiflora ‘Umbraculifera’ (Tanyosho Pine)

-30°F

HxS 12’x12’

-40°F

HxS 25’x10’

mugo (Tyrolean)

-50°F

HxS 4’x4’

nigra (Austrian Black Pine)

-20°F

HxS 50+’x35’

Hoopsii has been described as “the bluest of the blues”. Its bright silvery-blue foliage makes this tree a real showpiece in any landscape.
A rapidly growing pyramidal form with stiff horizontal branches. It can develop into a rather large specimen, so give it room to grow.
B&B
4’
3’
30”
24”
72.50 55.15 46.10 37.40

sitchensis ‘Tenas Papoose’ on Standard

CONIFERS

Tightly spaced and very sharp silvery-blue needles make this an extremely attractive dwarf conifer. Grafted to a 24” Standard.
B&B
15”-18”
12-15”
45.95
38.90

PINUS (Pine)

An attractive and sturdy upright growing pine with horizontal branching and an extremely slow growth rate. The dark green needles
are in bundles of 5, and are covered with white resin drops which add to the unique character of this tree. Normally develops into an
irregular, and somewhat distorted tree. Grown from seed.
B&B
CONTAINER
30-36” 24-30” 18-24” 15-18” 12-15”
3'
30"
24"
18"
60.80 45.30 34.70 26.60 21.10
87.00 68.80 52.45 41.85
A slow growing multi-stemmed, flat umbrella form of Japanese Red Pine, top grafted to a standard. Attractive bright green foliage.
Prune to maintain desired size.
CONTAINER
Note: On Standard or Low Graft.
#15/30-36”
#10/24-30”
#10/18-24”
#5/15-18”
50.40
45.00
38.00
25.80

flexilis ‘Vanderwolf’s Pyramid’

#5/12-15”
20.90

A fast growing grafted cultivar of Limber Pine that is columnar in form and has soft attractive blue-green needles arranged in bundles of
5’s.
4’BB and larger grades include wire star.
B&B
CONTAINER
5’
4’
3’
30”
5’
4’
3’
30”
100.50 85.00 58.00 42.30
118.80 96.70 66.75 50.30
A low growing prostrate shrub with many twisted upright stems. Because it is seedling grown there are many variations in needle
length and color. All of ours are heavily sheared into rounded “pin cushions”. Easy to plant and maintain, and they will grow almost
anywhere. Excellent container plant.
CONTAINER
#10/30-36”
#7/24-30”
#5/18-24”
#5/15-18”
#2
#1
1-49 40.00
28.50
20.80
16.00
9.40
4.35
50+
20.30
15.50
9.00
4.10
A rapidly growing pine with long, dark green needles in bundles of 2’s. Young trees are broadly pyramidal in form, but as the tree
matures it develops a more broad and flat-topped crown. One of the most popular of the larger pines, and widely planted throughout
the U.S. Hand sheared and root pruned. Seedling grown.
4’, 5’ and 6’ BB grades include wire basket.
B&B
CONTAINER
QTY 6’
5’
4’
3’
30”
24”
5'
4'
3'
30"
24"
#2
#1
1-24 99.90 78.30 49.50 32.90 25.15 19.70
1-24 84.60 57.10 41.65 33.15 26.85
9.50 4.25
25+
31.25 23.90
25+
39.60 31.50
9.10 4.00

50

nigra ‘Oregon Green’

-30°F

HxS 10’x6-8’

parviflora ‘Glauca’ (Japanese White Pine)

-20°F

HxS 30’x10’

Ponderosa var. (Ponderosa Pine)

-40°F

HxS 60’x30’

strobus (Eastern White Pine)

-40°F

HxS 80’x30’

strobus ‘Fastigiata’ (Columnar White Pine)

-40°F

HxS 60’x20’

strobus ‘Nana’ (Dwarf White Pine)

-40°F

HxS 5’x7’

strobus ‘Pendula’ (Weeping White Pine)

-40°F

HxS 20’x20’

sylvestris (Scotch Pine)

-40°F

HxS 50’x40’

sylvestris ‘Fastigiata’ (Columnar Scotch Pine)

-40°F

HxS 30’x3’

Deep green, stiff needles are tightly packed on this dense evergreen. Prized for its restrained growth and fullness. Makes a lovely
addition to woodland borders. Choice plant for specimen plantings.
4’BB and larger grades include wire star.
B&B
5’
4’
3’
30”
100.50 75.00 54.40 42.30
This cultivar is generally conical in form, grows quite slowly, and the juvenile trees are sparsely branched. Distinct twisted bluish-gray
needles and cones at an early age make this a particularly attractive tree in any landscape.
B&B
5’
4’
3’
81.60 61.20 43.50

A large rapidly growing tree with light green to bluish green needles and a white stripe underneath. Great addition to any landscape.
B&B
5’
4’
3’
81.60 61.20 43.50
A rapidly growing columnar form of White Pine with a nice blue-green color, and the soft textured needles typical of the White pines.
Terrific plant for a tight location.
4’BB and larger grades include wire star.
B&B
5’
4’
3’
88.60 68.20 43.50
A slow growing dwarf grafted to a standard. Generally globose in form, it tends to grow more in spread than in height. Soft, blue-green
needles enhance the appearance of this plant in almost any setting. Particularly attractive as a container plant.
CONTAINER
24”
18”
15”
45.00 38.00 29.00
Note: On Standard or Low Graft.
A grafted cultivar of Eastern White Pine with pendulous branches that can weep all the way to the ground in older specimens. Must be
staked when young. Distinct blue-green needles make this tree great for special effects.
4’BB and larger grades include wire star.
B&B
CONTAINER
5’
4’
3’
5’
4’
84.90 65.40 41.50
103.20 77.10
Young plants have a narrow pyramidal form that opens up exposing the cinnamon red bark of the limbs as the tree matures. Short stiff
blue-green needles contrasted with the bark, give this tree a good deal of charm. Grown from seed.
5’ and 6’ BB grades are machine dug and include a wire basket.
B&B ONLY
POM-POM (4-7’)
6’
5’
4’
3’
30”
Cedar Planter Box
Specimen #20 #15
#10
99.55 77.90 45.40 32.90 25.15
200.00
125.00
90.00 75.00
A grafted cultivar of Scotch Pine that develops into a dense narrow columnar tree that will seldom exceed 3’ in spread at maturity. An
elegant tree with bright blue-green, twisted needles. The perfect accent specimen for a small space.
B&B
CONTAINER
3’
30”
#5
43.50 31.40
23.65

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CONIFERS

Tall, moderately growing pine native to North America that has un upright open crown. Needles are dark green in bunches of three and
the bark is thick with a dark brown color. Very popular!
B&B 4’
3’
30”
CONTAINER 4’
3’
30”
1-24 49.50 32.90 25.15
57.10 41.65 33.15
25+
47.00 31.25 23.90
54.25 39.60 31.50

sylvestris ‘Glauca Nana’ (Dwarf Scotch)

-40°F

HxS 5’x5’

0°F

HxS 40’x5’

baccata ‘Repandens’ (Spreading English Yew)

-20°F

HxS 2’x6’

cuspidata ‘Nana’ (Dwarf Japanese Yew)

-30°F

HxS 3’x8’

-30°F

HxS 6’x9’

-30°F

HxS 4’x6’

x media ‘Densiformis’ (Dense Yew)

-30°F

HxS 3’x7’

x media ‘Hicksii’ (Hicks Yew)

-30°F

HxS 10’x3’

-30°F

HxS 10’x6’

-30°F

HxS 20”x24”

This dwarf form grafted on a standard develops a crown that is flattened and is about as wide as the plant is tall. Branching is
horizontal, from which nearly vertical twigs arise. Very dense and bright blue-green foliage.
CONTAINER
#10/24-30”
#10/18-24”
#5/15-18”
#5/12-15”
45.00
38.00
27.10
21.90

SEQUOIA

Sequoia giganteum Pendula ‘Weeping Sequoia’

Beautiful, upright columnar tree with green pendulous branches. A fantastic addition to any landscape that will be noticed by all.
Virtually maintenance free.
CONTAINER
5’
4’
73.30 63.00

CONIFERS

TAXUS (Yew)

A low spreading shrub with the major branches horizontal. Lateral shoots are drooping and somewhat stiff. Needles are a glossy dark
green.
A low spreading shrub with an irregular habit. Wide spreading branches with short, stiff shoots. Dull, deep green needles.

x media ‘Brownii’ (Brown’s Yew)

A compact, globe-shaped spreading yew somewhat broader than high. Deep green needles.

x media ‘Dark Green Spreader’

The name pretty well describes this plant. Dark green color, the needles are distinctly 2-ranked, spreads horizontally to about 6’. A slow
growing variety and it does not burn in winter.
Somewhat rounded plant with very dense growth, usually about twice as wide as high. Nice bright green foliage during growing
season; greenish-brown in winter.
A fast growing columnar form with olive-green upright branches, often reddish above.

x media ‘Hillii’ (Hills Yew)

A broadly conical plant, but often somewhat rounded. Densely arranged upright twigs with short lateral shoots. Needles are distinctly
two ranked, and glossy green above, grass-green on the underside.
CONTAINER
#3
#2
1-49 16.00 11.00
50+
15.60 10.60

THUJA (Arborvitae)

occidentalis (American Arborvitae)
‘Danica’

Dwarf globe form of American Arborvitae that is somewhat broader than high. Foliage is bright green, like an emerald, turning bluishgreen in winter. All branches are arranged in vertical sprays.
CONTAINER
#2
#1
1-49
9.00 4.15
50+
8.60 3.90

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‘Fastigiata’ (Pyramid Arborvitae)

-30°F

HxS 25’x5’

‘Little Giant’ (Dwarf Arborvitae)

-40°F

HxS 4’x4’

‘Smaragd’ (Emerald Green Arborvitae)

-40°F

HxS 15’x3’

‘Woodwardii’ (Woodward Arborvitae)

-40°F

HxS 6’x8’

canadensis ‘Pendula’ (Sargent’s Weeping Hemlock)

-30°F

HxS 3’x6’

heterophylla (Western Hemlock)

-10ºF

HxS 70’x30’

Fast growing columnar form with gray-green scale-like foliage during the growing season, darkens somewhat during the winter months.
Produces a tall hedge row or wind screen rather quickly. Grown from cuttings.
B&B
5’
4’
3’
16.50 12.40 10.80
A slow growing rounded dwarf form with a deep rich color, somewhat darker than ‘Woodwardii, and with shorter needles. Grown from
cuttings.
B&B
CONTAINER
18-24”
#2
#1
16.80
1-49 8.65 3.90
50+
8.25 3.65

A dwarf arborvitae with a nice rounded form that is about as broad as it is tall. Does not require shearing to maintain its form. Bronzes
slightly at the tips during winter, but otherwise retains its color well. Grown from cuttings.
B&B
CONTAINER
24-30” 18-24”
#2
#1
1-49 15.90 13.10
8.65 3.90
50+
8.25 3.65

TSUGA (Hemlock)

A spectacular accent plant in almost any setting. Left unstaked it will form a dense mound of weeping branches covered with short dark
green needles. May be grown from cuttings or grafted.
B&B
CEDAR PLANTER
4’
3’
30”
24”
BOX
111.25 76.00 55.65 48.25
145.00
Fast growing hemlock with semi-drooping branches that have silvery blue-green needles which grow all around the stems. Narrow,
pyramidal habit on this specimen tree make it an excellent choice for large yards or parks.
B&B

4’
63.40

3’
49.40

30”
43.30

53

CONIFERS

Good emerald green color that holds well throughout the winter. A densely compact columnar form with twigs arranged in vertical
planes. Growth is fairly rapid, but it does not get as large as the Pyramid Arborvitae. Grown from cuttings.
B&B
SPIRAL
FIELD POT
CONTAINER GROWN
QTY
6’
5’
4’
3’
4’
6'/#15 5'/#10 4'/#7 3'/#5
4’/#6 #3
#2
#1
1-99
36.75 24.15 18.90 15.75
45.00
1-99
44.00 28.00 23.00 16.75
1-49 19.50 9.50 7.50 4.15
100+
28.00 19.50 16.05 13.75
100+
39.60 25.20 20.70 15.75
50+ 17.55
3.90

Perennials and
Ornamental
Grasses

Oriental Fountain Grass

P E R E N N I A L S & O R N A M E N TA L G R A S S E S
PERENNIALS
Clematis

Climbing plant which does well on a trellis, arbor or rock wall.
‘Dr. Ruppel’
HxS: 8'X3'
-30ºF
Single, deep pink flowers with dark central bands. Large flowers are 4-6" across.
‘H. F. Young’
HxS: 8'X3'
-30ºF
Single, violet tinged floers which bloom in early summer. Large flowers are 4" across.
‘Asao’
HxS: 6'X3'
-10ºF
Single, creamy pink flowers with deep pink margins and a white bar in the center of the flower. Large flowers are 5"
across.
CONTAINER
#3
15.00

Echinacea

purpurea ‘Magnus’

-40°F

This outstanding perennial was chosen as the 1998 Perennial of the Year. It is long
blooming and has light pink-purple petals with a light brown center. Ideal for any
situation. Grows to 3’ tall.

Hemerocallis (Daylilies)

-40°F

A long-lived hardy garden plant with low maintenance requirements. Adaptable to a wide variety of soil types. Heat and drought
resistant. Bloom with lily-like flowers at ends of long stems.

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

-40°F

15”

Round, basal leaves, dainty bell-shaped flowers on branched spikes. Good for edging and borders.
micrantha ‘Palace Purple’

SCHEDULE ‘A’ PRICING
CONTAINER
#2
#1
1-49 7.80 3.50
50+
7.40 3.25

Lovely, mahogany-red foliage makes an impact all season long. Small white flowers from early to midsummer. 20".

Hibiscus moscheutos

Herbaceous perennial with large dinner plate sized flowers.
‘Clown’
Pink color with fuschia veins and a red eye. Flowers are 5-9” across.

‘Crimson Wonder’

Bright red single flower. Flowers can reach to over 10” across.

‘Ruby Dot’

White single flower with a large red eye. Flowers are 6-8” across.

‘Lord Baltimore’
‘Super Rose’

CONTAINER #5
1-49
12.90
50+
12.40

Single, dark red flower. Flowers are 8-10” across.

Rose-pink single flower. Flowers are 8-10” across.

#2
9.00
8.60

HxS 4’x3’

-20ºF

HxS 6’x3’

-20ºF

HxS 5’x5’

HxS 4’x3’

HxS 4’x4’

-30ºF

-30ºF

-30ºF

All Perennials and Ornamental Grasses are sold only in #1 containers,
except Hemerocallis and Paeonias in #2 and Clematis sold in #3.
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PERENNIALS AND
ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

Gold self, segments curl back slightly. Blooms early July through frost.

‘Stella de Oro’ (#1, #3)

Iberis (Candy Tuft)

-40°F

Lavandula (Lavender)

-20°F

‘Purity’

Spreading low mound of evergreen foliage completely covered with masses of tiny white flowers during April &
May. Good border or edging plant.

SEE SCHEDULE ‘B’ PRICING
‘Hidcote Blue’
A slow growing dwarf variety to about 1 ft. tall, topped with spikes of fragrant deep purple flowers.
‘Munstead’

One of the most popular dwarf varieties. Grows to about 18” tall. This variety has deep lavender blue flowers and
blooms about a month earlier than the species.

SCHEDULE ‘A’ PRICING
CONTAINER
#2
#1
1-49 7.80 3.50
50+
7.40 3.25

PERENNIALS AND
ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

PHORMIUM (New Zealand Flax)

SCHEDULE ‘B’ PRICING
CONTAINER PRICING
#2
#1
1-49 9.90 4.45
50+
9.50 4.20

10ºF

Eye catching evergreen perennial with wide sword shaped leaves. Excellent when used in mixed borders as a centerpiece or in patio
containers. Upright growth habit.
cookianium ‘Platts Black’
Deep chocolate brown-bronze leaves with a clumping habit. Slightly arching and holds color well. Height to 3’.
tenax ‘Dusky Chief’
Maroon red leaves with a coral red margin. Excellent when used for flower arrangements. Leaf color is
intensified in full sun. Grows to a height of 3’.
tenax ‘Pink Stripe’
Charcoal grey foliage with pink fluorescent margins. Grows to a height of 5’.
tenax ‘Sundowner’
Strong grower with vigorous leaves. Leaf color is copper red with pink margins fading to cream. Yellowish green
flowers bloom during summer. Height to 4’.
tenax ‘Yellow Wave’
Stunning yellow leaves developing green variegation as plant matures. Leaf color stays bright green all
year around. A vigorous grower with gracefully drooping foliage. Height to 3’.
CONTAINER #1
1-49
12.00
50+
11.75

Rudbeckia (Coneflower)

-40°F

Salvia (Violet Sage)

-30°F

fulgida ‘Goldsturm’ Compact, free-flowering variety with showy, dark yellow, long-lasting daisy like blossoms from mid-summer to
fall. Easy to grow and it produces rapid growth. Height to 24”.
A reliable border plant with gray-green leaves and dense spikes of large, deep indigo blue flowers.
Height 18”.

x superba ‘May Night’

Sedum

spurium ‘Dragons Blood’
telephium ‘Autumn Joy’

SCHEDULE ‘A’ PRICING
CONTAINER
#2
#1
1-49 7.80 3.50
50+
7.40 3.25

-30°F

Purplish bronze leaves with pinkish flowers. Low growing plant with leaves an inch long.

Very popular perennial with green foliage and beautiful clusters of reddish pink flowers which bloom from
late summer through fall. Very easy to care for. Height 24".

(Except as noted for Grasses)

All Perennials and Ornamental Grasses are sold only in #1 containers,
except Hemerocallis and Paeonias in #2 and Clematis sold in #3.
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ORNAMENTAL GRASSES
Carex m. ‘Evergold’
Cortaderia selloana
‘Rosea’ (Pink Pampas Grass)

Perennial with green/creamy yellow foliage in grasslike clumps. Height to 15”. Great additions
as a border plant or in a rock or water garden.

Grass which may grow to 20’ when established, produces long stalks of pink flower plumes. Does
well in full sun.

Festuca (Sheep Fescue, Blue Fescue)
glauca ‘Boulder Blue’

glauca ‘Elijah Blue’

Hakonechloa

-30°F

Hardy grass which is a heavy bloomer with yellow flowers. Grows upright and is very showy. 12”
flower height.
A hardy grass that forms 4-10” tall tufts of silvery-blue and gracefully arched thin blades. One of the
nicest blues and it holds its color well throughout the summer

-10°F

macra ‘Aureola’

Helictotrichon

sempervirens (‘Blue Oat Grass)

Cool season dwarf grass with cascading, satinlike foliage which is broad and variegated with cream,
chartreuse and green. Fall color turns red in fall.
Blue-grey evergreen grass with creamy flower spikes that bloom from summer to
winter. Does well in full sun. 24” tall.

Imperata (Japanese Blood Grass)
cylindrica ‘Red Baron

-20°F

A striking accent plant with 12-24” blades of grass in tufts that are bright green at the bottom and
intensely red throughout the upper part of the plant. Holds color through the first frost. You’ll love it!

Miscanthus (Silver Grass)
condensatus ‘Cosmopolitan
sinensis ‘Autumn Light

sinensis ‘Gracillimus
sinensis ‘Morning Light’
sinensis ‘Puenktchen’
sinensis ‘Strictus’

sinensis ‘Variegatus ‘

Pennisetum (Fountain Grass)
alopecuroides

alopecuroides ‘Hameln’

orientale

‘Tall Tails’
SCHEDULE ‘B’ PRICING
CONTAINERS
#2
#1
1-49 9.90 4.85
50+
9.50 4.60

(Chinese Fountain Grass)
-20°F
This grass forms dense mounds of graceful, arching bright green foliage. Pinkish-white summer
flower plumes mature to a rose/copper bristly seed pod. 24-36”
(Dwarf Fountain Grass)
-30°F
A dwarf form similar in appearance to the larger P. alopecuroides. Height to 18”
(Oriental Fountain Grass)
-40°F
Clumps grow to 18” tall and have a pink plume which extends 12” over the clump. Foliage will
change to more of a tan color over the winter.
-10°F
Upright clumping grass with 12” long pink flower spikes that arch over the foliage. Foliage turns
from a green to more of a coppery brown look as the season progresses. One of the longest
blooming grasses.

All Perennials and Ornamental Grasses are sold only in #1 containers,
except Hemerocallis and Paeonias in #2 and Clematis sold in #3.
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PERENNIALS AND
ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

sinensis ‘Cabaret

(Cosmopolitan Japanese Silver Grass)
-20°F
Variegated Miscanthus with abundant copper-red flowers that flower early. Similar to Cabaret
except the variegation is reversed. Grows to 9’ tall.
(Autumn Light)
-20°F
Showy Miscanthus has a silver tint to the vegetation and grows to 4’ tall. Exhibits wonderful color
in the fall.
(Cabaret Maiden Grass)
-20°F
Cabaret has wide green leaves and very showy plumes. Grows to 6’tall and is deer resistant.
Exceptional variegated Miscanthus.
(Maiden Grass, Eulalia Grass)
-30°F
Dense Clumps of foliage to 7’ tall, cascades at tips. Arching stalks with feathery, fan shaped flower
clusters that open red, then become white to buff colored with age. Attractive throughout the
winter.
(Morning Light)
-20°F
This variety which grows from 6-8’ tall has fine silvery blooms that flower from fall to winter. Easy
to grow. Makes a fine addition to any landscape.
(Little Dot)
-20°F
This variety has an attractive silver foliage color. Grows to about 3’ high and does well in full sun.
(Porcupine Grass)
-10°F
This variety has an erect habit to about 6’, with horizontal yellow/gold bars; plumes to 9’. Best used
as an accent plant or as a screen.
(Variegated Silver Grass)
-10°F
A graceful grass with green and white striped leaves. Grows to about 4’ high. Requires partial
shade.

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Deciduous Shrubs
and Broadleaf
Evergreens

Hydrangea

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS
Note: All plants listed in this section are CONTAINER GROWN unless otherwise indicated. All BB items can be
containerized for the following charge:

CONTAINERIZED CHARGE

5'-6'
18.30

ABELIA x grandiflora

4'-5'
11.70

3'-4'
8.75

30"-36" 24"-30"
8.00
7.15

‘Edward Goucher’

-10°F

HxS 5’X5’

-10°F

HxS 3’X3’

polifolia ‘Blue Ice’

-50°F

HxS 12”x3’

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (Kinnikinnik)

-30ºF

HxS: 8”x 24”

-30°F

HxS 2’ x 3’

Compact form with dense, gracefully arching branches that are covered with tiny lilac-pink flowers from June through the first frost.
Evergreen in warmer climates, but deciduous in colder areas.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#2
1-49
8.40
50+
8.00

ABELIA x longituba
‘Bumblebee’

Large lavender-pink flowers adorn the green foliage of this attractive shrub. Blooms begin early in the season.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#3
#2
1-49
8.40
50+
8.00

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

ANDROMEDA

A superb variety similar in all aspects to the parent polifolia, except that this variety has outstanding icy-blue foliage.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#2
#1
1-49
11.30 5.00
50+
10.90 4.75

Fast growing evergreen ground cover with leathery spoon shaped leaves attached to red bark stems. Small pink flowers during spring
mature into red berries that birds love.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#2
#1
1-49
4.50
50+
4.25

BERBERIS (Barberry)
thunbergii (Japanese Barberry)

t.’Bonanza Gold®’/Plant Patent 8215

Plant Patent Fee: $0.45
A compact bright barberry which has outstanding gold foliage. This hardy variety requires very little maintenance and does not burn in
intense heat. A very attractive accent for your landscaping needs. Flowers are white with pink buds.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#2
#1
1-49
11.40 5.50
50+
11.00 5.25

60

t.’Rose Glow’

-30°F

HxS 4’ x 2-3’

t. ‘Aurea’

- 30°F

HxS 2’ x 3’

t. ‘Helmond Pillar’

- 30°F

HxS 4-5’ x 2’

ROYAL BURGUNDY™ Berberis t. ‘Gentry Cultivar’

- 30°F

HxS 2’ x 3’ (estimated)

A unique red-leafed barberry that sports leaves mottled with splashes of white, pink, or silver. New foliage bright red.
Great for accent or hedge plant.
CONTAINER #10
#5
#2
#1
1-49
16.50
10.85 4.85
50+
16.00
10.45 4.60

Compact barberry with vivid yellow foliage in full sun and yellow/green color in shade. Very tolerant of heat and drought and is burn
and scorch resistant in the deep South.
CONTAINER #10
#5
#2
#1
1-49
15.00 10.30 4.60
50+
14.50
9.90 4.35
Unique upright shrub forms a vertical column of rich burgundy-purple foliage. New growth emerges deep red and is accompanied in
spring by small yellow blooms. Red berries follow the flowers in summer and fall. Makes a striking accent plant.
CONTAINER #10
#5
#2
#1
1-49
21.60 14.90
50+
21.10 14.50

(Plant Patent #9461)

Plant Patent Fee: #1 – $0.35; #2 & Larger – $0.70

This plant was selected by Leo Sr. in 1989. The color is a much richer burgundy than Crimson Pygmy. Spring foliage is covered with a
beautiful velvet that beads water drops like a freshly waxed car. The small, velvety leaf holds its deep burgundy color throughout the
hot summer, turning to a showy black-red in the fall. A low, mounding shrub, slightly smaller than Crimson Pygmy, but similar in
growth habit.
CONTAINER #10
#5
#2
#1
100-499
$1.50
1-49
16.50 10.85 4.85
Note: Liners available in 2.25” pots @ 500-999
$1.35
50+
16.00 10.45 4.60
1000-5000
$1.20

BUDDLEIA

Standard Varieties

Bold, fragrant shrubs which have very colorful flower spikes that shoot over the foliage. May grow from 4-6’. Butterflies and
hummingbirds will be attracted to this very popular plant.

Small dark purple flowers.

‘Ellen’s Blue’

Large deep blue flowers

‘Opera’

Vivid purple flowers

‘White Profusion’

Large bright white flowers

CONTAINER #5
1-49
13.30
50+
12.80

#2
8.55
8.15

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-20°F

HxS 4-6’

-20°F

HxS 4-6’

-20°F

HxS 4-6’

-20°F

HxS 4-6’

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

‘Black Knight’

BUDDLEIA

Compact Varieties

Exciting compact form of Buddleia that grow to only 4’ in height. Very fragrant and colorful.

‘Adokeep’ (Adonis Blue™)

-20° F

HxS: 4’ x 4’

‘Peakeep’ (Peacock™)

-20° F

HxS: 4’ x 4’

‘Pyrkeep’ (Purple Emperor™)

-20° F

HxS: 4’ x 4’

-20°F

HxS 2’ x 3-4’

-20°F

HxS: 4’x4’

-20°F

HxS 3’x3’

Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.30
Large, deep blue-violet flowers.

Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.30
Large, rich pink flowers. The largest blooms of the three compact Buddleia.
Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.30
Large, mauve purple flowers.
CONTAINER #5
1-49
14.05
50+
13.55

#2
9.30
8.90

BUXUS (Boxwood)
m. ‘Koreana’ (Korean)

A slow growing, small leafed variety with bright green leaves that turn bronze-green during the winter months. The most cold hardy of
the Boxwood varieties.
B&B
18-24” 15-18” 12-15”
26.80 21.10 17.90

m. ‘Julia Jane’

CONTAINER #10
1-49
50+

#7

#5
22.70
22.20

#2
#1
10.30 4.55
9.90 4.30

Slow growing boxwood with bright green foliage. Hardy with great winter color.

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

B&B
18-24” 15-18” 12-15”
26.80 21.10 17.90

CONTAINER #10
1-49
50+

#7

#5
22.70
22.20

sempirvirens ‘Suffruticosa’ (True Dwarf )

#2
#1
10.30 4.55
9.90 4.30

Dwarf evergreen variety. Small, bright green, oval leaves provide a good green color for wintertime. Dense form and texture. A very
compact plant typically used for formal borders and clipped hedges.
B&B OR FP

Pyramidal
21-24” 18-21”
42.00 36.00

24-30” 18-24” 15-18” 12-15”
37.10 28.80 22.70 17.90

x. ‘Green Mountain’

CONTAINER #7
1-49
32.50
50+

#5
25.25
24.75

#2
11.15
10.75

A compact pyramidal form of boxwood with oval shaped, dark green leaves.

x. ‘ Green Velvet’

#1
4.80
4.55

-30°F

HxS 5’x3’

-30°F

HxS 5’x3’

The name says it all. This little gem has dark green, oval shaped leaves covered with velvet, and it holds it’s color throughout the winter.
B&B OR FP

18-24” 15-18” 12-15”
28.80 22.70 17.90

Pyramidal

18-24” 15-18”
36.00 28.00

sempirvirens (Common Boxwood)

CONTAINER #10
1-49
50+

#7

#5
25.25
24.75

#2
11.15
10.75

Slow growing rounded shrub with small, glossy dark green leaves. Often used for hedges.
BB
18-24" 15-18"
26.00 20.40

PYRAMIDAL
18-24" 15-18" 12-15"
36.00 28.00 20.00

CONTAINER
#5
#2
#1
1-49 22.70 10.00 4.20
50+
22.20
9.60 3.95

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#1
4.80
4.55

-20ºF

HxS 15'x15'

sempirvirens ‘Graham Blandy’

-20°F

HxS 6’x2’

-10ºF

HxS 5'x5'

x. clandenensis ‘Minibleu’ (Petit Blue™)/Plant Patent 14,674

-20ºF

HxS 2’x2’

x. clandenensis ‘Durio’ (Pink Chablis™)/Plant Patent

-10ºF

HxS 3’x4’

incana ‘Jason’ (Sunshine Blue™)

-20ºF

HxS 3’x2’

-40°F

HxS 5’x5’

-30°F

HxS: 5’x5’

alba ‘Elegantissima’ (Variegated)

-40°F

HxS 8’x6’

stolonifera ‘Baileyi’ (Red Osier)

-40°F

HxS 8’x6’

-30°F

HxS 8’x8’

Columnar evergreen boxwood with dark green oval leaves. Narrow, upright habit that is a great choice as a hedge.
BB
3’-4’
33.00

30”-36”
28.80

24”-30”
24.70

BB POODLED
3’-4’ 30”-36” 24”-30”
40.00 36.00
32.00

sempirvirens variegata (Variegated Boxwood)

Slow growing evergreen shrub with small leaves and deep green variegated leaves with creamy margins. Works well as a hedge or
border plant or trimmed as topiary.
CONTAINER #2
1-49
11.40
50+
11.00

CARYOPTERIS

Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.40
Compact, mounding deciduous shrub with dark green glossy foliage and deep blue flowers that bloom from late summer into fall.
Prefers full sun for best color. Butterflies will be attracted to this impressive caryopteris.
Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.40
Clear pink flowers perfectly accent the bluish-green foliage on this new caryopteris. Pink flowers bloom during late summer and early
fall. Great if used in the perennial garden or along borders.
Registered Plant Fee: $0.40
Strong growing carypoteris with larger yellow colored leaves and deep purplish blue flowers. Stunning addition to your landscape or
garden!
CONTAINER
#2
1-49
9.80
50+
9.40

CORNUS (Dogwood)

Fast growing compact shrub with variegated leaves and red twigs, full sun/partial shade.

sanguinea ‘Midwinter Fire’

Compact deciduous shrub with colorful red, yellow and orange stems during winter. Late spring brings tiny golden yellow flowers that
bloom through mid summer. Beautiful addition to your landscape.
CONTAINER #10
#5
#2
1-49
15.00 11.00
50+
14.50 10.60
A small deciduous shrub with numerous upright, bright red stems that are extremely showy in the Wintertime. Colorful pale green to
grayish leaves with creamy white margins, provide an added bonus during the growing season.
A multi-stemmed shrub with many exceptionally bright red upright stems, brighter yet in Wintertime. Spreads readily by underground
stems and branches. Good red Fall leaf color. Small creamy white clusters of flowers.
CONTAINER #10
#5
#2
1-49
14.25 8.55
50+
13.75 8.15

CORYLUS (Filbert)
avellana ‘Contorta’

Often referred to as “Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick”. This unusual and contorted specimen plant makes an excellent showpiece for the
garden or patio. Does well in containers. Dark green leaves; yellow in fall.
CONTAINER
#20 Shrub
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
#15 TF
1-49
65.00
41.00 27.80
65.00
50+
40.50 27.40

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DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

alba Bailhalo® ‘Ivory Halo’

avellana ‘Red Majestic’®/Plant Patent 16,048

-30°F

HxS: 10’x 10’

-20°F

HxS 15’x12’

apiculata (Cranberry Cotoneaster)

-30°F

HxS 3’X6’

dammeri (Bearberry)

-20°F

HxS 6”x10’

dammeri ‘Coral Beauty’

-20°F

HxS 6”x8’

-20°F

HxS 6”x10’

-20°F

HxS 5-8’x5’

Plant Patent Fee: $1.00
Deep purple leaves in spring, reddish green in summer, burnt burgundy in autumn. Looks as good in spring as it does in fall.
CONTAINER
#5
1-49
34.50
50+
34.00

COTINUS (Smoke Tree)
c. coggygria ‘Royal Purple’

A large shrub or small tree usually with several stems forming an urn-shaped plant at maturity. Beautiful deep purple-red leaves hold
their color throughout the summer. Puffs of tiny pink to gray flowers adorn the tree in late summer and fall, and give rise to the
”Smoke” in the trees name.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
21.50
12.00 6.00
50+
21.00
11.55 5.75

COTONEASTER

Deciduous cotoneaster with a low mounding growth pattern, stiff branches and shiny green leaves. Masses of tiny pinkish-white flowers
in spring; bright red cranberry size berries persist throughout the Winter.
Evergreen cotoneaster with a prostrate growth habit and long spreading branches that root where they touch the ground. Bright green
leaves with white pubescence below. Small white flowers in Spring, bright red fruit in Fall.
Evergreen cotoneaster with a prostrate form and branches that spread to about 8’ to form a dense mound of glossy green foliage.
Small white flowers in late spring, followed by a profusion of Coral colored berries in the fall.

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

microphyllus ‘Cooperi’

Low growing shrub ideal for rock gardens.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#3
1-49
50+

CYTISUS (Broom)

Shiny deep green leaves are 1/4” long. Often used for bonsaii.
#2
#1
9.45 4.15
9.05 3.90

See also Genista for additional varieties of Broom

praecox ‘Hollandia’ (Warminster Broom)

Deciduous compact growing shrub with vibrant pink flowers and long narrow stems. Ideal for use as a hedge or along drives.

s.’Burkwood’ (Burkwood Broom)

Deciduous upright green stems that are covered with a profusion of pea-shaped deep red blooms with splashes of yellow in the Spring.
Very showy.

s. ‘Moonlight’ (Moonlight Broom)

Deciduous or evergreen depending on climate. Upright green stems with tiny leaves. An abundance of creamy, pale yellow pea-like
blossoms in early Spring make this a showy accent plant.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
9.45 4.50
50+
9.05 4.25

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ERICA (Heaths & Heather)
carnea ‘Myertown Ruby’

-20°F

HxS 6”x8”

cinerea ‘Atropurpurea’ (Purple Bell Heather)

-10°F

HxS 12”x30”

x darleyensis ‘Kraemers Red’

-10°F

HxS 12”x18”

x darleyensis ‘Med Pink’

-10°F

HxS 12”x18”

x darleyensis ‘Med White’

-10°F

HxS 12”x18”

alata ‘Compacta’ (Burning Bush)

-30°F

HxS 6’x6’

alatus ‘Select’ (Fireball®)

-20°F

HxS: 5’x4’

fortunei ‘Emerald Gaiety’

-20°F

HxS 4’X3’

fortunei ‘Emerald `n Gold’

-20°F

HxS 4’X3’

fortunei ‘Moon Shadow’/Plant Patent 6177

-20°F

HxS 2’X5’

fortunei ‘Blondy’®/Plant Patent 10424

-20°F

HxS: 2’x2’

Small shrub with medium to dark green foliage that has abundant pink flowers. Flower color gradually deepens to more of a crimson
with age.
A small mounding shrub with a profusion of deep purplish bell-shaped flowers. A beautiful addition to any landscape particularly
effective when planted in groups to create a carpet-like effect. Great for small areas.
Mounding shrub with dark green foliage and a deep pink flower color. Winter blooming with a bronze tint to the foliage. Excellent as a
border plant.
Rounded mound of dark evergreen, needle-like foliage. Covered with an abundance of rosy pink to lavender bell-shaped blooms
throughout the Winter months. Great border plant to add a splash of color during the dark winter months.
The profusion of white bell-shaped flowers rather than pink distinguish this heather from the Med Pink. Otherwise, characteristics are
identical.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
9.15 4.40
50+
8.75 4.15

EUONYMUS

Deciduous shrub with twigs nearly square in x-section and having corky wings on the newer growth. Forms a very dense, neat looking
rounded bush with a flattened top. The leaves provide a dazzling display of brilliant red in early Fall. Field grown and sold B&B or field
potted.
B&B 30-36” 24-30” 18-24”
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#2
#1
23.10 17.30 11.85
1-49
32.00 22.00 16.00 9.95 4.70
50+
15.50 9.55 4.45

A small and delightful low mounding evergreen shrub with jade green leaves edged with a white margin, becoming pink-tinged in the
Winter. Attractive and easy to care for.
An evergreen shrub similar in size and growth habit to Emerald Gaiety, except that the leaves are a deep green edged with a splash of
gold that becomes somewhat cream colored during Winter.
A broadleaf evergreen shrub with variegated glossy green margins and bright-yellow centers. Moonshadow stays low and compact,
forming a groundcovering mat. Leaf color is best in full sun. Flowers are inconspicuous, and fruits are scarce or absent.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
14.50
9.90 4.40
50+
14.00
9.50 4.15

(Grown on Std)

Plant Patent Fee: $0.30
Vibrant new shrub with large yellow patches surrounded by dark green edges. Branches are bright yellow.
#5
#2
#1
#5 on Standard
1-49 16.00 10.70 4.65
35.00
50+
15.50 10.30 4.40

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DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

Registered Plant Fee: $0.15
The branching on this hardy shrub is tighter than Burning Bush. Vivid fall colors. Will survive the harshest of winters.
B&B 30-36” 24-30” 18-24”
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#2
#1
1-49
38.40 26.40 18.60 11.30 4.90
50+
18.10 10.90 4.65

FORSYTHIA
‘Fiesta’

-20°F

HxS 7’x5’

intermedia ‘Lynwood Gold’

-20°F

HxS 7’x5’

x ‘Lydia’ (Lydia Broom)

-10°F

HxS 12”x24”

pilosa ‘Gold Flash’ (Creeping Broom)

-40ºF

HxS 12”x24”

HIBISCUS Syriacus (Rose of Sharon)

-20°F

HxS 10’x12’

Strong growing medium size shrub with spectacular red stems and green variegated leaves. Stunning yellow flowers adorn the leaves
during spring.
A fast growing medium size shrub with stiffly upright branches. Produces an abundance of bright yellow flowers scattered along the
bare branches in the early spring. Light green leaves follow.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
12.90
8.55 3.95
50+
12.40
8.15 3.70

GENISTA (Broom)

See also Cytisus for additional varieties of Broom

A deciduous, low mounding prostrate shrub with tiny green leaves. Blooms in late Spring with a profusion of bright pea shaped yellow
flowers. Good ground cover.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
9.15 4.35
50+
8.75 4.10
Very low growing groundcover. Summer produces an abundance of yellow blooms which has a carpet like appearance. Excellent for rock
gardens.
CONTAINER #2
#1
1-49
9.40 4.50
50+
9.00 4.25

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

Attractive deciduous shrub which begins growing in a compact form and then spreads out with age. Beautiful flowers which extend for 23” adorn the leaves during summer.

Aphrodite

Single pink flowers with a red eye. Long blooming.

Ardens

Double purple flowers.

Double deep rose colored flowers with a red eye.

Lucy

White flowers.

Jean d’Arc

Single lavender flower with a pink eye. Long blooming,

Minerva

Semi-double red flowers with a deep crimson red center.

Paeoniflora
Red Heart

Blushing Bride

CONTAINER #10
1-49
50+

Single white flower with a red eye. Vigorous grower.

Large, double, deep pink to white carnation-like blossoms.

SHRUB FORM
#7
#5
#3
18.50 14.50
14.00

#2
9.00
8.60

#1

TREE FORM
#10
#7
47.00 38.00

Lavender Chiffon™ Large, single lavender flower. Strong growth.
White Chiffon™

Trademark Plant Fee: $0.40

Large single white flower. Strong growth.

Trademark Plant Fee: $0.40

Large, single soft pink flower with a red eye.

Trademark Plant Fee: $0.30

Blue Satin™

Large, single Royal Blue flowers.

Rose Satin™

Large single rose-red colored flower with a deep red center.

Blush Satin™
Violet Satin™
1-49
50+

#5
15.90
15.50

#2
10.00
9.60

Trademark Plant Fee: $0.30

Large, violet flower with a dark red center.

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Trademark Plant Fee: $0.30

Trademark Plant Fee: $0.30

HYDRANGEA

arborescens ‘Annabelle’

-40ºF

HxS 5’x6’

-30ºF

HxS 4’x4’

Spectacular hydrangea with a profusion of huge white blooms that can reach 10” in diameter. Dark green serrated leaves.

arborescens ‘Dardom’ White Dome™

Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.30
Dome shaped white flowers adorn sturdy stems which hold flowers upright. Dark green leaves.

‘Midoriboshi-Temari’
Double pink lacecap blooms.

anomala petiolaris

Climbing Hydrangea with glossy green leaves and beautiful white flowers, will accentuate any landscape. Looks very nice as a climber
on brick or retaining walls.

macrophylla

-20°F

HxS 10’x8’

paniculata ‘Grandiflora’ (Pee Gee)

-40°F

HxS 10’x8’

paniculata ‘Kyushu’

-40°F

HxS 8’x8’

-40°F

HxS 8’x8’

-40°F

HxS 15’x8’

macrophylla ‘Bailmer’ (Endless Summer®)

-40ºF

HxS 5’x5’

macrophylla ‘Lady in Red’/Plant Patent 15,175

10ºF

HxS 3’x3’

paniculata ‘Limelight’™

-30°F

HxS 8’x8’

Very striking deciduous shrub with bright vivid flowers. Vigorous grower which requires little maintenance and will accentuate any
landscape.
Glowing Embers
Large pink to red flowers. Very striking.
Inu No Hana
Large pink flowers with double pink florets.
Merritt Supreme
Large red flowers.
Nikko Blue
Large blue flowers.
Parzifal
Large dark pink to deep blue flowers.
Pink Beauty
Large pink flowers.
Sister Therese
Large white flowers. Prefers partial shade.
Tokyo Delight
White flowers which gradually turn pink.
Blue Lacecap
Small clusters of blue flowers.
Unique
Very large rounded white flowers which gradually turn pink.
Upright clusters of 10-15” long white flowers form in late summer, then fade to pink-bronze. Deciduous shrub with long dark green
leaves that turn bronze in the fall.
Attractive deciuous shrub with glossy green leaves and spectacular lacy white flowers adorn the branches during late summer.
Large white flowers which transform to a rich pink.

paniculata ‘Tardiva’

Deciduous shrub that has greenish yellow fall color and vibrant purplish-pink flowers during late summer.
CONTAINER #7
#5
#3
#2
#10 on Standard
1-49
18.00 13.40
10.00
47.00
50+
12.90
9.60

The name says it all. Flowers which will grow to 8” in diameter continue to bloom throughout the summer. Blooms will be pink in
alkaline soil. More hardy than other macrophylla. A fast selling item that will be an excellent addition to your landscape!
CONTAINER #5
8”
1-49
22.00 14.00
50+
21.50 12.50
Plant Patent Fee: $1.15
Striking macrophylla with lacecap flowers that begin with a pinkish white and turn to a burgundy rose color when mature. Foliage
begins in the fall with a reddish-purple changing to a deep green color. Distinctive red stems.
CONTAINER #5
8”
1-49
19.00 13.50
50+
18.50 12.00
Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.30
Deciduous shrub with gorgeous large light green leaves. Excellent addition to any landscape setting for late summer color.
CONTAINER #5
#2
#7TF
1-49
16.50 11.50
45.00
50+
16.00 11.10

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DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

paniculata ‘Pink Diamond’

paniculata Pinky Winky™

Plant Patent Fee: $0.30
Incredible hydrangea with enormous blooms from 12-16” long. Very hardy.
CONTAINER #5
#2
1-49
16.50 11.50
50+
16.00 11.10

paniculata ‘Bulk’/Plant Patent#16812, cbraf

QUICK FIRE®

-30°F

HxS: 6’ x 6’

-30°F

HxS: 6’ x 6’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.30
A great summer and fall bloomer that begins blooming much earlier than other varieties and finishes off with dark pink flowers.
CONTAINER #5
#2
1-49
16.50 11.50
50+
16.00 11.10

macrophylla ‘PARIS RAPA’/Plant Patent #10,906 CITYLINE™ PARIS

Plant Patent Fee: $0.35
Intense red flowers. Showy blooms that are long lasting.
CONTAINER #5
#2
1-49
16.50 11.50
50+
16.00 11.10

HxS: 3’ x 3’

macrophylla ‘VENICE RAVEN’/Plant Patent #10,928 CITYLINE™ VENICE

-20°F

macrophylla ‘Vienna Rawi’/Plant Patent #10,930 CITYLINE™ VIENNA

-20°F

HxS: 3’ x 3’

macrophylla ‘Berlin Rabe’/Plant Patent #10,912 CITYLINE™ BERLIN

-20°F

HxS: 3’ x 3’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.35
Long lasting flowers. Large bright flowers with glossy foliage and strong stems.
CONTAINER #5
#2
1-49
16.50 11.50
50+
16.00 11.10
Plant Patent Fee: $0.35
This variety is the smallest of the series with showy dark pink flowers.
CONTAINER #5
#2
1-49
16.50 11.50
50+
16.00 11.10

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

-20°F

HxS: 3’ x 3’

Plant Patent Fee: $0.35
This variety is the largest of the series with glossy leaves and pink flowers. Excellent mildew resistance. Strong growing.
CONTAINER #5
#2
1-49
16.50 11.50
50+
16.00 11.10

HYPERICUM (St. Johns Wort)
x moseranum ‘Tricolor’

-20°F

HxS 2’x3

A low mounding shrub with a colorful gray-green leaf edged in creamy white, with a splash of hot pink make this a particularly
attractive small shrub. Summer flowers are yellow, but are inconspicuous because of the colorful leaf. Best color development in full sun.
CONTAINER #10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
9.40 4.35
50+
9.00 4.10

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ILEX (Holly)

x. meserveae ‘Blue Boy’

-20°F

HxS 8’x6’

Broadleaf evergreen holly shrub with glossy, spiny-tipped, blue-green leaves on dark purple stems. Blooms continuously all summer.
Male plants do not produce red berries but are needed for pollination of female plants.

x. meserveae ‘Blue Girl’

Similar in appearance and growth to ‘Blue Boy, except that ‘Blue Girl produces a heavy set of bright red berries if a male plant is located
nearby.

x. meserveae ‘Blue Prince’

Broadleaf evergreen with deep green foliage, very hardy. Used as pollinator for Blue Princess.

x. meserveae ‘Blue Princess’

Similar in appearance and growth to ‘Blue Prince’, except ‘Blue Princess’ produces a set of red berries if pollinated by ‘Blue Prince’.

x. meserveae ‘China Girl’

Very dense female that will produce red berries if pollinated by ‘China Boy’. Shrub has spiny glossy, green leaves. Hardy. May grow
taller than other holly varieties.
Spiral/
B&B
BB
Pyramidal Form
CONTAINER
4’
3’
30-36” 24-30” 18-24” 15-18”
3-4’
30-36” 24-30”
#10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49 53.60 36.00 27.10 20.60 14.70 11.40
45.00 36.00 30.00
14.50
9.30 4.30
50+
14.00
8.90 4.05

ITEA

virginica ‘Sprich’ Little Henry®

-20°F

HxS 24-30”x3’

KALMIA LATIFOLIA (Mountain Laurel)

-20ºF

HxS (See below)

Compact shrub characterized by green foliage and bright white flowers during spring and early summer. Deep green leaves transform
into a vibrant red during fall.
CONTAINER
#5
#2
1-49
17.00 10.25
50+
16.50 10.00

HxS 4'x5'

Freckles

Bay State
Alpine Pink
Pink Frost
Richard Jaynes
Bullseye
Carousel
Elf
Galaxy
Heart of Fire
Little Linda
Minuet
Nathan Hale
Olympic Fire
Snowdrift
Tiddlywinks
CONTAINER
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50+

#10

HxS 5'x5'
HxS 6'x6'
HxS 5'x6'
HxS 6'x6'
HxS 6'x6'
HxS 6'x6'
HxS 3’x3’
HxS 2’x2’
HxS 6’x6’
HxS 3’x3’
HxS 3’x3’
HxS 6’x6’
HxS 3’x3’
HxS 4’x4’
HxS 2’x3’
#7

#5

Upright medium sized shrub with pink cup shaped flowers that open to a cream color with
purple spots.
Medium sized shrub with cup shaped flowers that have a unique coral color.
Medium sized shrub with beautiful pink flowers.
Large pink buds open to a pink with silver tint to the flower and a dark pink center.
Rich pink flowers. Very striking color.
Purplish-red blooms with a broad purple band. New foliage is a reddish bronze color.
Reddish-purple bands on white foliage. Vigorous grower.
Dwarf variety with pink buds that open to a light pink color.
Dark green leaves with banded burgundy and white star shaped flowers.
Large red flowers with darker edges above green leaves.
Miniature glossy leaves with red buds that open to pink.
Dwarf variety with dark green narrow leaves and wide maroon flowers.
Pastel pink flowers with glossy dark green leaves.
Dark pink to red buds that open to white flowers which fade to pink again.
Compact shrub with beautiful near perfect white blooms.
Dwarf variety with large pink blooms.

#3

#2
14.60
14.20

#1

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DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

Hardy evergreen shrubs with shiny dark green glossy leaves. Striking cup shaped flowers.

LEUCOTHOE

fontanesiana ‘Rainbow’

-30°F

HxS 3’x4’

fontanesiana Scarletta ‘Zebild’

-30°F

HxS 6’x10’

-20°F

HxS 8’x5’

‘Royal Star’

-20° F

HxS 10’ x 10’

‘Leonard Messel’

-20° F

HxS 10’ x 15’

‘Susan’

-20° F

HxS 10’ x 10’

-10°F

HxS 15’x15’

opulifolius ‘Monlo Diablo®’/Plant Patent #11211

-40°F

HxS 4-8’

opulifolius ‘Seward’ (Summer Wine®)

-40ºF

HxS 5’x4’

Evergreen shrub with gracefully arching branches. Red stems and colorful dark green leaves marked with splashes of yellow, green and
pink on the new growth make this a good choice for mass plantings. White bell shaped flowers similar to Pieris.
Slow growing evergreen shrub which requires low maintenance. New growth is red to burgundy which matures to a deep green. White
fragrant flowers during late spring to early summer.
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#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
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17.00
11.10 4.75
50+
16.50
10.70 4.50

LIGUSTRUM (Privet)

x ‘Vicaryi’ (Golden Vicary Privet)

Deciduous except in the milder climates. Multi-stemmed upright shrub with bright, golden yellow foliage. Develops best color and
appearance if planted in full sun and left untrimmed.
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#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
15.00
9.00 4.40
50+
14.50
8.60 4.15

MAGNOLIA

Large, upright multi stemmed shrub with pink buds that emerge and change into beautiful double white flowers that are extremely
fragrant. Blooms later than most varieties and blooms are typically three to four inches long. Outstanding variety!

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

Large deciduous shrub with beautiful pink buds that change to a striking magenta flower. Blooms last from late winter to mid spring.
Bark has a smooth grey appearance and leaves have leathery texture. Excellent large shrub for use in any landscape.
Multi stemmed large shrub with scarlet red blooms that emerge into goblet shaped purple flowers. Blooms later than other Magnolia
varieties decreasing the possibility of spring frost damage. ‘Susan’ will fit nicely as a centerpiece or an accent in any landscape.
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41.00 28.00

PHOTINIA

fraserii ‘Cassini’ (Pink Marble™)

Trademarked Plant Fees: #1– $0.50, #2 – $0.80, #5 – $1.20
Exciting addition to our extensive plant selection. Upright, evergreen shrub with oblong variegted leaves. Will make an excellent
addition to your landscape.
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#5
#2
1-49
16.20 10.40
50+
15.70 10.00

PHYSOCARPUS (Ninebark)

Plant Patent Fee: $0.57
White tinted with pink flowers adorn this shrub during the summer. Foliage is dark purple and is very fast growing and hardy. Very
showy!
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#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
16.00
9.90
50+
15.50
9.50
Registered Plant Fee: $0.50
Fast growing deciduous shrub that has fine textured dark purple leaves with bright pink blooms during summer. Shrub is hardy and
requires little maintenance. Prefers full sun for best color.
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#2
1-49
16.50 11.85
50+
16.00 11.45

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PIERIS (Andromeda)
japonica

-20°F

HxS 6’x6’

‘Dorothy Wycoff’

An evergreen shrub with dark green foliage with red buds that open up into a beautiful pale pink color
during early spring. Upright, rounded shrub that will reach 6’ tall.

‘Valley Valentine’

Evergreen shrub with a compact mounding habit. Deep red buds and pendulous rose-red flowers adorn
this vibrant plant.

Similar to Pieris Mountain Fire, with bright, variegated foliage and stunning pinkish-red new growth.

‘Flaming Silver’

Evergreen shrub with fiery red new leaves, turning to a lustrous dark green as they mature. Twigs covered
with pink buds in late winter are followed by drooping clusters of bell-shaped flowers in early spring.

‘Mt. Fire’

Evergreen shrub with dark green leaves. Young growth bronze. This variety produces an abundance of
tiny bell-shaped flowers in drooping clusters in the spring

‘Scarlet O’Hara’

Evergreen shrub with dark green leaves, tinged with bronze when new. Profuse clusters of pink flower
buds open to a spectacular bloom of pink bell shaped flowers

Valley Rose’

taiwanensis
‘Snowdrift’
B&B

3-4’
36.90

Evergreen shrub with deep green foliage, bronze-red when young. This variety produces an unusually
heavy bloom of pure white flowers.

30-36” 24-30” 18-24”
33.20 25.75 20.30

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#7
31.00

POTENTILLA (Cinquefoil)
fruticosa

#2
11.00
10.60

-40°F

#1
4.65
4.40

HxS 2-3'x3-4'

A species group comprised of several varieties, of which we grow the ones listed below. All are

deciduous, shrubby, upright growing forms, with small green to gray-green leaves, and all bloom
profusely from late spring/early summer through frost
COLOR

VARIETY

#10

#7

‘Mango Tango’ (Plant Pat. 12,258)
‘Pink Beauty™’(Plant Pat. 9874)
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#2
1-49
14.90 9.20
50+
14.40 8.80

White
Apricot
Golden Yellow
Golden-Yellow
Bright Yellow
Orange fading to Yellow
Scarlet Red
Clear Yellow
Coppery-Yellow
#5
#3
#2
#1
14.20
9.00 4.20
13.70
8.60 3.95

Mango orange/Red fading to yellow
Semi-double pink
#1
4.35
4.10

PRUNUS (Plum, Cherry, and Laurel)
cistena (Sandcherry)

Plant Patent Fee: $0.30
Plant Patent Fee: $0.30

-40°F

HxS 8’x8’

Used in hedges or by itself, this deciduous purple-leaved, multi-stemmed shrub is useful in all landscape situations. It has pale pink
flowers in early Spring and dark purple fruit in July.
B&B 30-36” 24-30”
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#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49 18.50 13.90
17.50 13.75
8.75
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13.25
8.35

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DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

‘Abbottswood’
‘Day Dawn’
‘Gold Finger’
‘Gold Star’
‘Klondike’
‘Red Sunset’
‘Scarlet’
‘Sutters Gold’
‘Tangerine’
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#5
20.40
19.90

laurocerasus ‘Compacta’ (Compact English Laurel)

-10°F

HxS 6’x6’

laurocerasus ‘Otto Luyken’

-10°F

HxS 3’x6’

lusitanica (Portugese Laurel)

-10°F

HxS 15’x12’

-20°F

HxS 6’x10’

-10°F

HxS: 3’x 3’

-10°F

HxS: 3’x 3’

Densely branched shrub with upright branches and rich green leathery foliage similar in appearance to English Laurel, but a much
smaller plant. Spikes of tiny white flowers preceed the almost black, cherry-like fruit.
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3’
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30”
24”
18”
15”
41.20 33.00 26.80 22.70 20.30 17.00 14.20
29.50 24.75 21.50 17.40
Very popular evergreen shrub with long, narrow, shiny dark green leaves on broadly spreading upright stems. Late spring brings a
profusion of flower spikes covered with tiny white flowers.
B&B
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30" #10
24" #7
18" #7
15" #5
#1
31.50 25.35 16.35 13.50
39.50
32.50
23.50
16.50
4.50
Forms a densely branched shrub or it may be trained as a small tree. Dark green, lustrous, 5” long evergreen leaves adorn its bright red
twigs. May be used as a dense screen or the plant, when used singly, makes a nice accent piece. Flower spikes to 10” long, covered with
tiny creamy white flowers. Dark purple berries in fall.
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1-99
100+

5-6’
46.35
36.50

4-5’
37.10
30.00

3’-4’
28.85
24.55

30-36” 24-30”
19.80 16.60
15.45 13.00

schipkensis (Skip Laurel)

Very popular laurel that is often times used in hedges. Abundant flowers adorn the green leaves.
B&B
5’-6’
51.00

4-5’
43.00

3’-4’
31.75

30-36” 24-30”
27.75 23.80

Rhododendron

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

Azalea japonica

‘Elsie Lee’
‘Girards Fuschia’
‘Girards Hotshot’
‘Girards Pleasant White’
‘Gumpo Pink’
‘Hahn’s Red’
‘Hardijzer’s Beauty’
‘Hino White Dwarf’
‘Johanna’
‘Nikko’
‘Rosebud’

Semi- dwarf with light purple semi- double flowers. Blooms late season.
Single reddish-purple flowers. Blooms mid season.
Dark reddish orange flowers. Blooms mid season.
Single white flower. Blooms mid season.
Light pink flowers. Compact grower. Blooms late season.
Semi- double flower with a deep red color. Blooms late season
Pink flowers. Compact grower. Blooms mid season.
Single white flower. Blooms early.
Single dark red. Blooms late season.
Single pink flowers. Blooms late season.
Double pink flowers. Blooms mid to late season.

‘Mandarin Lights’
‘Orchid Lights’
‘White Lights’

Strong Bloomer with beautiful bright red flowers
Semi dwarf variety with purple-lilac colored flowers.
Brilliant white fragrant flowers.

Azalea, Deciduous
#2
11.00

#1
4.90

Rhododendron

‘Bali’ (H-1)
Hardy evergreen shrub with pink flowers. Blooms May to late season.
‘Barmstedt’ (H-2)
Hardy evergreen shrub with rose-red flowers. Blooms mid season.
‘Besse Howells’ (H-1)
Hardy evergreen shrub with deep red flowers. Blooms early to mid season.
‘Bikini’ (H-1)
Hardy evergreen shrub with bright red flowers. Blooms mid season.
‘Boule de Neige’ (H-1)
Hardy evergreen shrub with white flowers. Blooms mid season.
‘Edith Bosley’ (H-1)
Hardy evergreen shrub with dark purple flowers. Blooms mid season.
‘Firestorm’ (H-1)
Hardy evergreen shrub with red flowers. Blooms mid season.
‘Hachmann’s Charmant’ (H-2)
Hardy evergreen shrub with pink flowers. Blooms mid season.
‘Holden’ (H-2)
Hardy evergreen shrub with red flowers. Blooms mid to late season.
‘Lee’s Dark Purple’ (H-2) Hardy evergreen shrub with dark purple flowers.
Blooms mid to late season.

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-15°F
-25°F
-25°F
-25°F
-25°F
-25°F
-15°F
-15°F
-15°F

HxS: 4’x 4’
HxSL 4’ x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxSL 4’ x 4’
HxSL 4’ x 4’
HxSL 4’ x 4’

‘Nepal’ (H-1)
‘Norman Behring’ (H-1)
‘Percy Wiseman’ (H-2)
‘Peter Behring’ (H-1)
‘Peter Tigerstedt’ (H-1)

‘PJM Compacta’(H-1)
‘PJM Elite’ (H-1)
‘Rocket’ (H-2)
‘Scarlet Romance’ (H-1)
‘Spring Parade’ (H-1)
‘Summer Glow’ (H-1)
#2
12.50

SALIX

#1
5.60

Hardy evergreen shrub with white flowers. Blooms mid season.
Hardy evergreen shrub with purple flowers. Blooms late season.
Hardy evergreen shrub with peach yellow flowers. Blooms mid season.
Hardy evergreen shrub with magenta flowers. Blooms late season.
Hardy evergreen shrub with white flowers with purple specks.
Blooms mid to late season.
Hardy evergreen shrub with lavender pink flowers. Blooms early.
Hardy evergreen shrub with deep pink flowers. Blooms early.
Hardy evergreen shrub with pink flowers. Blooms mid to late season.
Hardy evergreen shrub with red flowers. Blooms late season.
Hardy evergreen shrub with scarlet red flowers. Blooms mid season.
Hardy evergreen shrub with bright pink flowers. Blooms late season.

integra ‘Hakuro Nishiki’ (Variegated Willow)

-30°F

-25°F
-25°F
-15°F
-25°F
-25°F
-25°F
-25°F
-15°F
-25°F
-25°F
-25°F

HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS 4’ x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS 4’ x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’
HxS: 4’x 4’

HxS unknown*

An exciting new willow with variegated foliage that opens with a combination of pink, white, and green. Foliage fades to green as it
matures. May be trimmed three times during the growing season to flush the new variegated foliage again.
QTY
1-49
50+

SHRUB FORM
#5
#2
#1
14.00 9.80 4.25
13.50 9.40 4.00

TREE FORM: GRAFTED TO A 36” STANDARD
Container
#10
#7
#5
#2
10-24
48.40 41.50 33.60 23.70
25+
43.60 37.35 31.95 23.30

purpurea pendula’ (Weeping Blue Arctic Willow)

-40ºF

HxS 8'x5'

nigra ‘Black Beauty™’

-30ºF

HxS 10’x10’

nigra ‘Eva’ (Black Lace™)

-30ºF

HxS 8’x8’

SARCOCOA HUMILIS (Sweet Box)

-20º F

HxS 12"x36"

-50°F

HxS: 8’ x 8’

Graceful arching branches weep all the way to the ground on this small deciduous tree. Early spring branches are covered with wooly
gray catkins before the leaves appear.
QTY #5
#2
Shrub Form
Tree Form
#15
#10
1 -49 14.00 9.80
10-24
53.60 46.40
50+
13.50 9.40
25+
51.00 44.10

SAMBUCUS

Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.60
This exciting deciduous shrub has dramatic purple black finely cut foliage that resembles Japanese maples. Creamy pink flowers bloom
during spring followed by blackish red berries that can be harvested. Prefers full sun for optimal color and is cold hardy. Sure to be a top
seller!
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#5
#2
1-24
18.50 12.50
25+
18.00 12.10
Evergreen shrub with dark green leaves and fragrant white flowers that grow in clusters during early spring. Black fruit follow white
flowers. Perfect in shady areas or as a ground cover.
QTY #10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
11.75 5.40
50+
11.35 5.15

SORBARIA

sorbifolia ‘Ash Leaf Spiraea’ (False Spiraea)

Blooms mid to late summer. New leaves come out as bronze-purplish color which gradually transition to green. Very showy large purewhite flowers. One of the first shrubs to leaf out in Spring.
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#7
#5
#3
#2
1-49
13.20
9.00
50+
12.70
8.60

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DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.60
Deciduous shrub that has dark purple foliage and vibrant pink flowers. Purple berries soon follow that are suitable for producing wine.
Very striking addition to your landscape!
#10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
15.00
9.70
50+
14.50
9.30

SPIRAEA

-30°F

HxS (See Below)

A showy group of small deciduous shrubs with variable form. Grown for both its leaf color and flowering habit. Easy to grow and
adaptable to a wide variety of sites.

VARIETY

fritschiana

japonica

‘Flaming Mound’
‘Wilma’ Pink Parasols™

‘Dakota Gold Charm’
‘Firelight’

x bumaldi

Flaming Red
Grey-Green

SIZE

Bright Gold

2’x2’

2’x2’

Pink
Deep Pink Flowers

Gold with bronze tips
Orange new growth to
bright red fall color

Rose-Crimson

Light Green

Bright Pink

‘Magic Carpet’

Deep Pink

Bronze-Red Juvenile
Lime-Green Mature

White

Dark Blue-Green

Deep Pink, Red & White

‘Shirobana’

‘Snow Mound’

‘Anthony Waterer’

Maroon Tinted

Bright Crimson

Green with Red Tint

Pink

‘Gold Flame’

Crimson

Pink

‘Gold Mound’
‘Neon Flash’
#10

#7

SYRINGA (Lilac)

#5
14.20
13.70

#2
9.00
8.60

meyeri ‘Palibiniana’ on Standard

2’x2’
2’x3’

3’x3’

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

TREE FORM
#10
#7
#5
65.00 49.30

#3

vulgaris (Common Lilac)

Royalty: $0.30

2’x2’

Fringed Green

Bronze Gold to Yellow
Brilliant Gold

3’x3’

3’x4’
2’x3’

3’x4’

#1
4.20
3.95

SHRUB FORM
#7
#2
#1
20.50 11.00
10.60

Registered Feed: $0.30

3’x4’

-40°F

HxS 7’x 5’

-40°F

HxS 15’x15’

Deciduous, compact growing, small shrub grown on standard. Distinct for an abundance of violet flowers.
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Trademark Fee: $0.30

3’x3’

Bright Red, Long Blooming Purple Green
#3

2’x 2’
3’x3’

3’x5’

Bright Green

Carmine Red

‘Crispa’

‘Frobelli’

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Dark Pink during Autumn
Large Pink Blooms

FOLIAGE

‘Lemon Princess’
‘Little Princess’

nipponica

FLOWERS

Large deciduous shrub with oval shaped dark green leaves. Widely planted for its fragrant pink to bluish lavender flowers which bloom
in early spring.
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#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
7.90 4.25
50+
7.50 4.00

SYRINGA (Lilac)
persica ‘Laciniata’

Deciduous shrub. Single pale lavendar flowers that form small clusters.

v. ‘Atheline Wilbur’

Deciduous shrub. Rose violet flowers. Very fragrant.

v. ‘Charles Joly’

-40°F

HxS 8’x6’

-40°F

HxS 10’x6’

-40°F

HxS 8x6’

-40°F

HxS 8’x6’

-40°F

HxS 10’x6’

-40°F

HxS 10’x6’

Upright deciduous shrub with very fragrant, dark wine-red double blooms. Late bloomer. Open branching habit with green heartshaped leaves.

v. ‘Katherine Havermeyer’
Deciduous shrub. Light violet flowers.

v. ‘Ludwig Spaeth’

Deciduous shrub. Deep, dark reddish purple flowers. Blooms late. Very fragrant.

v. ‘Madame Lemoine’

Deciduous shrub. The fragrant flowers of this beauty are pure white.

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v. ‘Montaigne’

Deciduous shrub. Double pink flowers.

v. ‘Pocahontas’

Deciduous shrub. Deep-reddish purple single flowers which are very fragrant.

x hyacinthiflora ‘Blanche Sweet’

Deciduous shrub. Fragrant white blue with trace of pink flowers.

v. ‘Presidents Grevy’

Deciduous shrub. Large, fragrant, double lilac-blue flowers.

v. ‘Sensation’

-40°F

HxS 8’x6’

-40°F

HxS 10’x6’

-40°F

HxS 10’x6’

-40°F

HxS 10’X6’

-40°F

HxS 10’X6’

Deciduous shrub with erect open branches. Fragrant, reddish-purple flowers with a white edge make this a truly unique lilac.
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4’-5’ 3’-4’ 30-36” 24-30” 18-24”
#10
#7
#5
#2
#1
48.70 36.80 28.10 23.80 17.80 14.05
1-49 33.60 25.20 17.80 10.50 4.90
50+
17.30 10.10 4.65

VIBURNUM

burkwoodii (Burkwood Viburnum)

-20°F

HxS 10’x6’

Carlcephalum (Fragrant Snowball)

-20ºF

HxS 8’x8’

Chesapeake

-20ºF

HxS 8’x10’

Note: Grown on a Standard

-30ºF

HxS 5’x4’

Eskimo

-20°F

HxS 8’x8’

davidii (David Viburnum)

0°F

HxS 2’x3’

-30°F

HxS 8’x6’

opulus ‘Roseum’ (Common Snowball)

-30°F

HxS 10’x12’

p. tomentosum ‘Mariesii’ (Doublefile)

-20°F

HxS 6’x8’

-30°F

HxS 6”x8”

Deciduous dark green leaves, glossy above with white hairs on underside. Upright rounded shrub which becomes dense as it matures.
Flowers are very fragrant, and occur in dense 4” clusters. Pink buds; White flowers.
Deciduous shrub with gray green leaves. Flat topped clusters of waxy white flowers open from pink spring buds and are long lasting.
Very showy shrub, and much more fragrant than Common Snowball.
Deciduous mounding shrub with lustrous green leaves. Pinks buds change into fragrant white flowers.

Carlessi ‘compacta’ (Compact Korean Spice Viburnum)

An extraordinary fragrant, low growing Korean shrub-perhaps the most fragrant of all Viburnums. Small pinkish white flowers in dense
clusters bloom April or May.

Evergreen shrub with large bold leathery deeply veined dark green leaves. Clusters of showy creamy white flowers, late Spring.

lantana ‘Mohican’

Deciduous shrub with a dense branching system and creamy white flowers. Fruit on this attractive shrub changes from a green to a red
and then finally to black.
Deciduous shrub with an impressive display of 2”-3” flowers that resemble snowballs cover the plant from early summer. Flowers are
sterile. Purple-red Fall coloring.
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#7 on Std.
Shrub Form #5
#2
#1
1-49
47.00
42.00
12.90 9.25 4.10
50+
12.40 8.85 3.85

A deciduous shrub with a a beautiful display of large white flowers and a graceful branching habit. Its oval shaped dark green leaves
develop a showy display of reddish-purple foilage in the Fall.
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#7 on Std.
Shrub Form #5
#2
#1
1-49
47.00
42.00
14.00 9.25 4.10
50+
13.50 8.85 3.85

Vinca

‘Bowles’ Periwinkle

Thick glossy leaves hold blue flowers that are deeper than many other varieties.
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1-49
3.80
50+
3.55

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DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

A very compact and slow growing deciduous shrub that produces a prolific bloom of large, pure white flowers. Extremely fragrant.
B&B 3-4’
30-36” 24-30” 18-24” 15-18”
33.40 25.30 22.90 17.90 14.40

WEIGELA
‘Bristol Ruby’

-30°F

HxS 6’x6’

-30°F

HxS 6’x6’

-30°F

HxS 3’x3’

-30 ° F

HxS 5’ x 5’

-30° F

HxS 2.5’ x 3’

-20°F

HxS 6’x4’

-20°F

HxS 3’x5’

florida ‘Wine & Roses®’

-30°F

HxS 5’x5’

florida ‘Midnight Wine™’

-20°F

HxS 2’x2’

-30°F

HxS: 18” x 18”

-30°F

HxS 3’x3’

Deciduous shrub with funnel shaped red flowers that bloom in late Spring, with lighter bloom during the Summer and into Fall.

florida ‘Java Red’

A deciduous shrub with purple tinted, deep green foilage. Develops into a compact mounding shrub with deep pink blooms opening
from red buds.

florida ‘Minuet’

Purple tinted foilage and a profusion of rose pink blossoms make this deciduous shrub a good selection for any garden area.

florida ‘Red Prince’

Deciduous shrub with dark green foliage and red blooms which rebloom all summer. Wonderful addition to mixed border plantings.

florida ‘Tango’

Compact weigela with dark brown to burgundy foliage and clusters of beautiful purplish pink funnel shaped flowers. Grown for its
compact size.

florida ‘Variegata’ (Variegated)

Deciduous shrub with bright green foilage edged with creamy white. Pink flowers during Summer.

‘Polka’

Hardy deciduous shrub with large bright pink flowers and a long blooming period.
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#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
14.25
9.20 4.10
50+
13.75
8.80 3.85

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND
BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

Plant Patent Fee: $0.30
Beautiful purple leaves surround loads of bright pink flowers. Leaf color intensifies as fall approaches and it is adored by hummingbirds.
A very attractive accent plant for your landscape.
Trademark Plant Fee: 0.30
A new dwarf version of Wine & Roses with exceptional purple foliage and pink flowers. A fine addition for a perennial garden or as a
groundcover.
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#10
#7
#5
#3
#2
#1
1-49
15.50
10.40 5.00
50+
15.00
10.00 4.75

florida ‘MY MONET™’

Trademarked Plant Fee: $0.40
Dwarf version similar to Weigela Tango with cream and variegated green leaves and beautiful purple florets. Great accent plant along
borders or in patio containers.

florida ‘Bramwell’ FINE WINE™

Trademark Plant Fee: $0.40
Compact mounding shrub with pink flowers that contrasts well with the smaller dark purple leaves. Leaves have outstanding texture
and will make a great addition as a border plant in your landscape.
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#2
#1
1-49
17.00 11.50 5.50
50+
16.50 11.10 5.25

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Deciduous
Fruit Trees

DECIDUOUS FRUIT TREES
APPLE (Malus)
Tree

Pollinizers

Temp

Fruit bright, rich red with stripe. Firm and
flavorful. Good for storage. Early harvest.

Honeycrisp, Jonagold,
Granny Smith, or Red Fuji

-40 F

‘Braeburn Apple’
Schedule B

Nice red fruit with blush, excellent for storage.
Late harvest.

‘Cortland’
Schedule B
‘Fuji Apple’
Schedule B

Late harvest. Fruit is large & somewhat flat. Red
skin, flesh is crisp, tender, and juicy. Stores well.
Sweet, yellow-orange flesh with reddish skin.
One of the best sweet eating apple. Stores well.

Braeburn, Fuji, Gala,
Granny Smith, Honeycrisp
Granny Smith, Gala,
Braeburn

-30 F

‘Granny Smith Apple’
Schedule B

Yellow-Green. Large, late, crisp tart, excellent keeper.

Empire, Red Delicious,
Braeburn

-20 F

‘Buckeye® Gala Apple’
Schedule A
Plant Patent Fee $1.25

-20 F

-20 F
-30 F

Early harvest. Medium to large fruit, skin color is
light green with red stripes. Fine texture, crisp and
juicy. Good for cooking and fresh eating. Requires
pollinizer-pollen sterile.

Braeburn, Cortland,
Fuji, Gala, Granny Smith,
Honeycrisp, Lodi

-20 F

Braeburn, Cortland, Fuji,
Gala, Granny Smith,
Honeycrisp, Lodi

-20 F

Large flourescent red fruit, sweet-tart flavor.
Mid-season.

Red Delicious, Lodi, Gala,
-40
Liberty, Golden Delicious, Fuji

‘Honeygold Apple’
Schedule B

Medium sized fruit, yellow skin with russet dots.
Fruit crip, juicy with very good flavor. Mid-season.

Spartan, Liberty, Golden
-30 F
Delicious, Jonagold, MacIntosh

‘Red Delicious Apple’
Schedule B

Sweet, crisp, flavorful. Early fall. Small,
compact tree.

Liberty, Granny Smith,
Gala, or Golden Delicious

Early harvest. Very large skin color red. Tree is
strong, hardy and spreading grower

Braeburn, Cortland, Fuji,
-30 F
Gala, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp

Excellent for eating and cooking. Midseason to late.
Excellent pollinator for many other varieties.

Liberty, Braeburn, Melrose
Honeycrisp, Granny Smith

‘Gravenstein’
Schedule B

‘Jonagold’
Schedule B
‘Honeycrisp™ Apple’
Schedule A
Plant Patent Fee $1.35

‘Lodi’
Schedule A

‘Rezista Gold® Apple’
Schedule A
‘Wolf River’
Schedule B

‘Ultima Gala™ Apple’
Schedule A

‘Yellow Delicious Apple’
Schedule B

SCHEDULE A
Container
#7
27.00

Bright scarlet striped over with yellow, semi- sweet
flavor, excellent quality, Keeps well. Mid-season.

Empire, Granny
Smith, Red Delicious

Lodi, Honeycrisp, Liberty,
Golden Delicious, Braebrun

‘Gala Apple’
Schedule B

DECIDUOUS FRUIT TREES

Description

Late harvest. Large fruit, skin color yellow/green
with red stripes. Coarse texture, crisp and juicy.
Good for all cooking. Stores well - requires
pollinizer-pollen sterile.

Early harvest. Fruit is large, skin color greenish
yellow, thick, soft and tart. Good for sauce and pies.

Yellow-Green. Disease resistant . Excellent for
eating and cooking. Midseason to late. Excellent
pollinator for many other varieties.
Crisp and sweet two-toned fruit. Stores very well.
Mid-season.

SCHEDULE B
Container
#7
25.00

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Braeburn, Cortland, Fuji,
-30 F
Gala, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp

Melrose, Honeycrisp,
Liberty

-30 F

-30 F

Red Delicious, Granny
-40 F
Smith, Fuji, Golden Delicious

-30 F

CHERRY (Prunus)
Tree

Description

Pollinizers

Temp

Dwarf tree 10' ft. Tart cherry, great pies, fresh,
jams/freezing.

Self-fertile

-40°F

‘Montmorencey Cherry - Tart’ Large, light red skin, yellow flesh. Perfect for cobblers, Self-fertile
pies. Extremely winter hardy. Disease resistant.

-30°F

‘Bing Cherry - Sweet’
‘Meteor Cherry - Tart’

‘Rainier Cherry - Sweet’
‘Royal Anne Cherry’
(Napoleon) - Sweet
‘Sweetheart’

No. 1 cherry, mid-season. Firm, juicy, sweet, and
almost black when ripe.

Distinct and superior flavor. Vigorous, hardy and
bears early.

Van, Black Tartarian,
Lambert, Bing, Stella

-30°F

Late harvest season. Tree is upright and a vigorous
grower. Fruit is large and bright red.

Self-fertile

-30°F

Bing, Rainier, Stella,
Royal Ann

-20°F

Fruit large, light yellow with pink blush, sweet
all-purpose cherry. Mid-season.

‘Tartarian Black Cherry - Sweet’ Purplish black fruit with dark red flesh and very
sweet taste.
‘Van Cherry - Sweet’

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Medium, shiny, dark red fruit. Bears heavy and
resisant to cracking. Hardy and heavy bearing.
Mid-season.

-20°F

Description

Pollinizers

Temp

Fruit is large, oval, light yellow to orange. Firm
with large pit. Early season.

Self-fertile

-20°F

Self-fertile

-30°F

‘Chinese Mormon’
Schedule B

Small orange fruit with red blush. Very sweet and
juicy. Does well in late frost areas-tree bears young.

‘Wenatchee Moorpark
Apricot’
Schedule A

Recommended for western climates where spring
rains & frosts limit apricot production. Flavorful
fruit fresh, dried, or canned.

‘Perfection Apricot’
Schedule B

SCHEDULE A
Container
#7
27.00

Van, Rainier, Sam, Stella

Bing, Lambert, and Royal
Ann, Rainier, Stella

APRICOT (Prunus)
Tree

Black Tarttarian, Van, Rainer -30°F,
Sam. Stella in colder climates.

Self-fertile

-20°F

SCHEDULE B
Container
#7
25.00
DECIDUOUS FRUIT TREES

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PEACH (Prunus)
Tree

‘Early Elberta Peach’

‘Elberta Peach’

‘Redhaven’
‘Suncrest’
‘Vetern’
‘Vidid’

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PLUM (Prunus)
Tree

‘Beauty’
‘Burgundy’
‘Elephant Heart Plum’
‘Green Gage Plum’

‘French Petite’

‘Friar’

DECIDUOUS FRUIT TREES

‘Mount Royal’ (Dwarf)
‘Satsuma Plum’ (Dwarf)
‘Santa Rosa Plum’ (Dwarf)
‘Shiro’ (Dwarf)
‘Superior’ (Dwarf)
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Description

Pollinizers

High quality medium fruit

Self-fertile

Most popular. Use fresh, canned, cooked. Mid-season Self-fertile

Skin color red, lightly blushed with yello, fruit
medium in size. Sweet and juicy. One of the best
for canning.

Mid harvest. Firm large freestone. Red blush over
yellow skin. Hardy in cold sections of the north.

Self-fertile

Self-fertile

Temp
-20°F

-20°F

-20°F

-20°F

Fruit is meduim in size, skin color is golden with a
slight red blush. Freestone that is firm, juicy and
fairly coarse in grain.

Self-fertile

-20°F

Bright red, high quality fruit. Productive, vigourous
tree. Yield is large. Freestone.

Self-fertile

-20°F

Description

Pollinizers

Temp

Medium. Reddish-Purple Skin. Flesh deep red,
mellow, sweet. Small Pit. Ripens Early July. Keeps
well on tree until September.

Self-fertile

-20°F

Beauty or Santa Rosa

-20°F

Early harvest. Sweet and juicy. Skin color is bright
red. Good for fresh eating or cooking.

Large sweet, juicy, rich flavor-one of the best. Long
harvest season. Hardy, heavy bearing.

requires a pollinizer

Very rich, sweet flavor, fresh/canned/jam, mid-season Self-fertile

-20°F

-20°F

One of the best for dessert or cannning and superior
Self-fertile
when dried. The medium size oval shaped fruit is
purple with yellow green flesh. Reliable and productive.
Ripens in mid-September.

-20°F

Mid harvest season. Fruit is blue with yellow clingSelf-fertile
stone flesh. Excellent flavor. Very hardy and productive.

-20°F

Vigourous upright tree. Black skin. Fruit is large and
olbong. Yellow freestone flesh. Resists cracking.

Santa Rosa

-20°F

Sweet, mild, not tart. Favorite for jam.
Harvest late July.

Beauty or Santa Rosa

-20°F

Skin color is golden yellow. Low growing tree and
hardy. Plum is sweet, juicy, and flavorful. Best of the
yellow plums. Used for canning and dessert.

Pollinizer required

-20°F

Pollinizer required

-30°F

One of the largest and most beautiful plums. Juicy,
tangy, flavorful good fresh.

Late harvest. Skin is dark red with russet dots.
Good dessert quality. Good for cold regions.

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Self-fertile

-20°F

PEAR (Pyrus)
Tree

Description

Pollinizers

Temp

Long & narrow shape, brown skin. Superb quality,
one of the best. Harvest late Oct. Fresh/cooked.

Barlett

-30 F

The gift pack pear. Sweet,aromatic,fine texture,
superb flavor and quality. Late harvest.

Self-fertile in arid West
or plant with Barlett

-30 F

Pollinizers

Temp

‘20th Century Pear’
(Nijisseiki)

Easy to grow, juicy, sweet. Fresh/canning. Keeps well, Any other Asian pear
small tree bears heavy

‘Bartlett Pear - Red’ (Dwarf)

Sweet and tender, good for fresh eating and canning. Self-fertile in arid West.
Early mid-season, high quality, tolerates hot summers. Elsewhere, pollenized by
Bosc, d'Anjou, Winter Nelis.

‘Bosc Pear’

‘Comice Pear’ (Dwarf)
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Nectarine (Prunus)
Tree

‘Goldmine Nectarine’
‘Fantasia’

‘Hardired’

‘Indepedence Nectarine’
‘Pioneer’
‘Panamint Nectarine’

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Description

Large fruit with white skin and red blush. Good for
fresh eating. Freestone. Late season.

-20 F

-20 F

Med to large size fruit with cherry red skin. Very firm
with good flavor. Freestone.

-20 F

Good for all purposes. Ripens in early August.
Self-fertile
Has a smooth skin that is 90% red. It has yellow,
freestone flesh with a good texture and flavor. The
tree is vigorous, very productive, and resistant to
brown rot and bacterial leaf spot. Excellent hardiness.

-20 F

Deep orange with reddish blush fruit. The flesh is
yellow/red. Freestone ripe

Self-fertile

-20 F

Pollinizers

Temp

Med sized red fruit with golden flesh. Freestone.

Description

A cross between a plum and a apricot. Tree resembles
plum. Fruit is the size of a medium apricot with
pinkish orange skin. Dark red flesh.

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Self-fertile

Self-fertile

Best if planted with
other plums and apricots

-20 F

-20 F

DECIDUOUS FRUIT TREES

Plumcots

-20 F

Large, egg-shaped, freestone nectarine with very
Self-fertile
smooth skin. It is 70% bright red overlaid on brilliant
yellow. Smooth textured flesh with a sweet and tangy
flavor. Ripens later in the season, around Labor Day in the East.

Pluot (Plumcots)
Tree

Self-fertile

-20 F

F E E S C H E D U L E F O R PAT E N T E D ,
TRADEMARK, AND REGISTERED PLANTS
Acer
Acer

plat

plat

‘Princeton Gold’

Princeton Nursery

PP 6727

$0.75

Acer

rub

‘Burgundy Belle’
‘Fairview Flame’

Heritage Trees

McGill & Son Nursery

PP 7222

$0.90

‘Red Sunset’

J. Frank Schmidt & Son

Acer

Acer
Acer
Acer
Acer

Acer
Acer

rub

rub
rub
rub

sacc

sacc

trun

‘Fairview’

‘October Glory’
‘Summer Red’

McGill & Son Nursery
Princeton Nursery

TM
®

PP 2116

®

$0.25

$0.55
$0.50

$0.65

Johnathan Lee

®

$0.50

‘Legacy’

Bill Wandell

PP 4979

$0.50

‘Green Mountain’
‘Norweigan Sunset’

Princeton Nursery
J. Frank Schmidt & Sons

PP 2339
PP7529

$0.50
$1.00

Acer

x free

‘Autumn Blaze’

Jeffers Nursery

PP 4864

$1.00

Berberis

thun

‘Bonanza Gold’

Lake County Nursery

®

$0.45

Betula

nigra

‘BNMTF’

Tree Introductions

®

Amelanchier
Berberis
Betula

grand

thun

nigra

‘Autumn Brilliance’
Royal Burgundy ‘Gentry Cultivar’
Heritage ‘Cully Cultivar’

Bill Wandell

Leo Gentry Nursery

Heritage Trees

PP 5717
PP 9461

PP4409

$0.75

#1-$0.35, #2 & larger-$0.70
$0.75

$0.75

Buddleia

davidii

‘Peekeep’ Peacock

Spring Meadow

TM

$0.30

Buddleia

davidii

‘Pyrkeep’ Purple Emperor

Spring Meadow

TM

$0.30

Buddleia

Caryopteris
Caryopteris

Caryopteris

davidii

clan.

clan.

clan.

‘Adokeep’ Adonis Blue

Spring Meadow

TM

‘Sunshine Blue’®

Spring Meadow

®

‘Pink Chablis’™

grandi

Corylus

avelana

‘Red Majestic’

Euonymus

fortunei

‘Blondy’®

Euonymus
Fraxinus

alba

alatus

amer

TM

‘Petit Bleu’™

Coreopsis
Cornus

Spring Meadow

‘Flying Saucer’

Bailhalo® ‘Ivory Halo’

‘Fire Ball’®

‘Autumn Purple’

Spring Meadow
Plant Haven

TM

$0.30

$0.40

$0.30
$0.40

PP 10299

$0.10

Spring Meadow

PP16048

$1.00

Spring Meadow

PP 10424

$0.30

Bailey Nursery

Spring Meadow
McKay Nursery

®

®

®

$0.30

$0.15
$0.50

Fraxinus

penn

‘Cimmaron’

Lake County Nursery

PP 8077

$0.95

Gleditsia

t inermis

‘Shademaster’

Princeton Nursery

PP 1515

$0.40

Gleditsia
Gleditsia

Gleditsia

t inermis
t inermis

‘Skyline’

J. Frank Schmidt & Son
The Cole Company

PP 3096

PP 1619

$0.75

$0.75

‘Sunburst’

The Cole Company

®

$0.75

Hibiscus

‘Blush Satin’™

Spring Meadow

TM

$0.30

Hibiscus

‘Rose Satin’™

Spring Meadow

TM

$0.30

Hibiscus

‘White Chiffon’

Spring Meadow

TM

$0.40

Hibiscus

t inermis

‘Halka’

Hibiscus

‘Blue Satin’™

‘Lavender Chiffon’

Hibiscus

‘Violet Satin’™

Spring Meadow

Spring Meadow
Spring Meadow

TM
TM
PP 12196

$0.30
$0.40

$0.30

Hydrangea

arborescens

‘White Dome’™

Spring Meadow

TM

$0.30

Hydrangea

mac

‘CITYLINE™ Berlin’

Spring Meadow

PP10912

$0.35

Hydrangea

mac

‘CITYLINE™ Venice’

Spring Meadow

PP10928

$0.35

Hydrangea

Hydrangea
Hydrangea

mac

mac
mac

‘Lady in Red’

‘CITYLINE™ Paris’

‘CITYLINE™ Vienna’

McCorkle Nursery
Spring Meadow

Spring Meadow

82

PP 15,175

PP10906

PP10930

$1.15
$0.35

$0.35

Hydrangea

Hydrangea
Hydrangea
Itea

Malus

pan

pan

virg

Malus

Malus
Malus

Malus

‘Limelight’

Spring Meadow

®

$0.30

‘Brandywine’

Lake County Nursery

®

$0.50

‘Cardinal’

Park Nursery

PP 7147

$0.75

‘Coralburst’

The Cole Company

PP 2983

$0.75

‘Honeycrisp™’

University of Minnesota

PP 7197

$1.35

PP 7062

$0.80

‘Little Henry’

x fraseri

Physocarpus

opul

Potentilla

fruit

opul

Lake County Nursery

fruit

‘Pink Marble’

Pyrus

call

‘Aristocrat’

Sambucus

nigra

x cv

call

nigra

Spring Meadow
Bailey Nursery

TM

PP 11211

®

PP 12258
PP 9874

$0.30

$1.25
$0.50
$0.75
$0.75
$0.50

#1-$0.50, #2-$0.80, #5-$1.20
$0.57

$0.50

$0.30

$0.30

PP 6520

$0.85

Carlisle Nursery

PP 3193

$0.35

Spring Meadow

TM

$0.60

Lake County Nursery

‘Chanticleer’

Handy Nursery

‘Black Lace’™

®

$0.30

Park Nursery

‘Snowfountains’

‘Black Beauty’™

®

PP 4038

Spring Meadow

‘Pink Beauty’

PP 10,840

Lake County Nursery
Conard-Pyle

‘Mango Tango’

PP 10,988

TM

Spring Meadow

‘Summer Wine’®

PP16,166

J. Frank Schmidt & Son

Lake County Nursery

‘Diablo’

‘Royal Burgundy’

Sambucus

Lake County Nursery

‘Weeping Candied Apple’

serr

Pyrus

Peace Valley Orchards

‘Sugar Tyme’

Photinia

Prunus

Spring Meadow

‘Pink Princess’

Malus

Prunus

$0.30

‘Harvest Gold’

Malus

Potentilla

TM

Spring Meadow

‘Centurion’

Malus

Physocarpus

Spring Meadow

‘Pinky Winky’

‘Buckeye® Gala’

Malus

Malus

‘QUICK FIRE™’

Spring Meadow

®

PP 2489

TM

$0.75

$0.65
$0.60

Sorbus

auc

‘Cardinal Royal’

J. Frank Schmidt & Son

PP 3114

$0.75

Spiraea

jap

‘Dakota Gold Charm’

Spring Meadow

®

$0.30

Princeton Nursery

PP 2086

$0.50

Spiraea
Spiraea
Tilia

Ulmus

Ulmus

frischiana

jap

cord

‘Pink Parasols’™

Spring Meadow

‘Magic Carpet’

Plant Haven

‘Greenspire’

‘Morton Glossy’ Triumph

Johnathan Lee

TM

Royalty
TM

$0.30

$0.30

$0.60

‘Morton’ Accolade

Johnathan Lee

TM

$0.60

‘Midnight Wine’

Spring Meadow

TM

$0.30

Weigela

flor

Weigela

flor

‘MY MONET™’

Spring Meadow

TM

$0.40

Zelkova

serr

‘GreenVase’

Tree Search

PP 5080

$0.75

Weigela
Weigela

Zelkova

flor
flor

serr

‘FINE WINE™’

Spring Meadow

Wine & Roses’

Spring Meadow

‘Village Green’

Princeton Nursery

83

TM

PP10772
PP 2337

$0.40

$0.30
$0.50

COMMON/BOTANICAL NAME CROSS REFERENCE
BY SECTION/GEN/SPP/VAR
GENUS/SPECIES

VARIETY

COMMON

CODE

PAGE

GENUS/SPECIES

COMMON

CODE

PAGE

Amelanchier
grandiflora............................Autumn Brilliance (sf) .....Serviceberry...................................AMEGRAAUB .........21
grandiflora............................Autumn Brilliance (tf)......Serviceberry...................................AMEGRAAUB .........21

JAPANESE MAPLES
Acer

palmatum...........................................................................Green Japanese Maple .................ACEPALGRE ............11
palmatum .............................Atropurpureum ................Red Leaf Japanese Maple ............ACEPALATR ............11
palmatum .............................Beni Schichihenge ......................................................................ACEPALBEN ............11
palmatum .............................Bloodgood...................................................................................ACEPALBLO ............11
palmatum .............................Butterfly.......................................................................................ACEPALBUT ............11
palmatum .............................Emperor 1.........................................................................................................................11
palmatum .............................Orido Nishiki..............................................................................ACEPALORI.............12
palmatum .............................Peaches and Cream....................................................................ACEDISPCH.............12
palmatum .............................Sango Kaku .......................Coral Bark Maple .........................ACEPALSAN............12
palmatum .............................Shishigashira .....................Lion’s Head Maple.......................ACEPALSHA............12
palmatum .............................Trompenburg..............................................................................ACEPALTRO ............12
palmatum .............................Ukigumo ..........................................................................................................................12
palmatum Dissectum .........Crimson Queen ..........................................................................ACEDISCRQ.............12
palmatum Dissectum .........Everred ........................................................................................ACEDISEVE .............12
palmatum Dissectum .........Garnet ..........................................................................................ACEDISGAR ............12
palmatum Dissectum .........Inabe Shidare..............................................................................ACEDISINA .............13
palmatum Dissectum .........Red Dragon.................................................................................ACEDISRDR.............13
palmatum Dissectum .........Red Select...........................Red Laceleaf Maple......................ACEDISRES..............13
palmatum Dissectum .........Tamukeyama ...................................................................................................................13
palmatum Dissectum .........Seiryu...........................................................................................ACEDISSEI ...............13
palmatum Dissectum .........Viridis ..........................................................................................ACEDISVIR ..............13

Betula
jacquemontii.........................Jacquemontii Birch ...........Jacquemontii Birch .......................BETJACBIR...............21
nigra....................................................................................River or Black Birch .....................BETNIGRIV ..............22
nigra ......................................Cully ...................................Heritage Birch ...............................BETNIGHER.............22
nigra ......................................Dura Heat....................................................................................BETNIGDUR ............22
pendula.................................European White................Eur White Birch ............................BETPENEUW...........22
pendula.................................Lanciniata ..........................Cutleaf Weeping ...........................BETPENLAN............22
pendula.................................Youngii ...............................Young’s Birch ................................BETPENYOU............22
platyphylla ...........................Japonica..............................Whitespire Birch ...........................BETPLAJAP..............23
Caragana
arborescens...........................Pendula ..............................Weeping Siberian Peashrub.............................................23
arborescens...........................Walker ..............................................................................................................................23
Carpinus
betulus ..................................Fastigiata............................Columnar Hornbeam...................CARBETFAS.............23
Celtis
occidentalis........................................................................Common Hackberry .........................................................23

Cercis
canadensis ............................Avondale..........................................................................................................................24
canadensis ............................Forest Pansy ....................................................................................................................24
canadensis ............................Eastern Redbud...............................................................................................................24
texensis .................................Oklahoma ..........................Oklahoma Redbud............................................................24

SHADE & FLOWERING TREES
Acer

INDEX

VARIETY

circinatum..........................................................................Vine Maple.....................................ACECIRVIN..............16
ginnala ..................................Flame Maple (sf)...............Amur Maple..................................ACEGINFLA ............16
ginnala ..................................Flame Maple (tf) ...............Amur Maple..................................ACEGINFLA ............16
griseum ..............................................................................Paperbark Maple...............................................................20
platanoides...........................Crimson King....................Crimson King Norway ................ACEPLACRK ...........16
platanoides...........................Crimson Sentry.................Crimson Sentry Norway .............ACEPLACRS ............16
platanoides...........................Drummondii......................Silver Variegated Norway...........ACEPLADRU...........16
platanoides...........................Emerald Lustre................................................................................................................17
platanoides...........................Emerald Queen.................Emerald Queen Norway .............ACEPLAEME ...........17
platanoides...........................Fairview .............................Fairview Norway..........................ACEPLAFAI .............17
platanoides...........................Princeton Gold..................Princeton Gold Norway ..............ACEPLAPRC............17
platanoides...........................Royal Red...........................Royal Red Norway.......................ACEPLAROY ...........17
rubrum..................................Armstrong .........................Armstrong Red Maple.................ACERUBARM..........18
rubrum..................................Autumn Flame..................Autumn Flame Red Maple .........ACERUBAUT...........18
rubrum..................................Bowhall ..............................Bowhall Maple..............................ACERUBBOW..........18
rubrum..................................Brandywine .......................Brandywine Maple.......................ACERUBBRY............18
rubrum..................................Burgundy Belle .................Burgundy Belle Maple.................ACERUBBBE ............18
rubrum..................................Fairview Flame .................Fairview Flame .............................ACERUBFAF ............19
rubrum..................................Karpick...............................Karpick Maple...............................ACERUBKRP............19
rubrum..................................October Glory ...................October Glory................................ACERUBOCT ...........19
rubrum ...............................................................................Red Maple......................................ACERUBRED ...........18
rubrum..................................Red Sunset.........................Red Sunset Maple.........................ACERUBREU ...........19
rubrum..................................Summers Red....................Summers Red Maple....................ACERUBSRD............19
rubrum..................................Sun Valley..........................Sun Valley Maple..........................ACERUBSVA............20
saccharum ............................Green Mountain................Green Mountain Sugar Maple....ACESACGMT ..........21
saccharum ............................Legacy ................................Legacy Sugar Maple.....................ACESACLEG............21
saccharum..........................................................................Sugar Maple ..................................ACESACSUG ...........20
truncatum.............................Norwegian Sunset............Norwegian Sunset / Norway.....ACETRUNOS...........21
x freemanii ...........................Autumn Blaze ...................Jeffers Red Maple .........................ACEFREABL ............20
x freemanii ...........................Marmo..............................................................................................................................20

Cornus
florida....................................Cherokee Chief .................Red Dogwood ...............................CORFLOCHE ...........24
florida....................................Rubra..................................Pink Dogwood ..............................CORFLORUB ...........24
florida.................................................................................White Dogwood............................CORFLOWHI...........24
kousa.....................................Chinensis ...........................Chinese Dogwood........................CORKOUCHN.........25
kousa.....................................Satomi.................................Satomi Dogwood..........................CORKOUSAT...........25

Crataegus
crus-galli...............................Cockspur Hawthorn..................................................................CRACRUCSP............25
laevigata ...............................Crimson Cloud .................Crimson Cloud Hawthorn..........CRALAECRC ...........25
laevigata ...............................Pauls Scarlet ......................Pauls Scarlet Hawthorn...............CRALAEPAU ...........25
phaenopyrum....................................................................Washington Hawthorn ................CRAPHAWAS ..........25
viridis....................................Winter King Hawthorn....Green Hawthorn...........................CRAVIWWIN...........26

Fagus
sylvatica................................Dawyck Purple ...............................................................................................................26
sylvatica................................Purple Fountain................Purple Fountain Beech.................FAGSYLPUF .............26
sylvatica................................Purpurea Pendula ............Weeping Purple Beech.................FAGSYLPUW ...........26
sylvatica................................Riversii ...............................Rivers Purple Beech .....................FAGSYLRIS...............26
sylvatica................................Rohanni............................................................................................................................26
sylvatica................................Roseo-Marginata...............Tri Color Beech..............................FAGSYLROM ...........26
sylvatica................................Spaethii...............................Spaeth’s Purple Beech..................FAGSYLSPA..............26
Fraxinus
americana .............................Autumn Purple.................Autumn Purple Ash.....................FRAAMEAUP ..........27
pennsylvanica ...................................................................Green Ash ......................................FRAPNSGRE ............27
pennsylvanica......................Patmore..............................Patmore Ash..................................FRAPENPAT.............27

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Fraxinus continued
pennsylvanica......................Summit...............................Summit Ash...................................FRAPENSMM ..........27
pennsylvanica......................Cimmaron..........................Cimmaron Ash..............................FRAPENCIM............27

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Prunus (Flowering Cherry)
padus.....................................Summer Glow .................................................................................................................34
sargenti .................................Columnaris........................Columnar Sargent Cherry................................................34
serrulata................................Kwanzan............................Kwanzan Cherry...........................PRUCERKWA ....34, 36
serrulata................................Mt. Fuji...............................Mt Fuji Cherry ..............................PRUCERMFJ.............34
serrulata................................Royal Burgundy................Royal Burgundy Cherry..............PRUCERRBY ............34
subhirtella.............................Autumnalis........................Autumn Flowering Cherry .........PRUSUBAAU...........35
subhirtella.............................Snow Goose.......................Snow Goose Cherry..........................................................35
subhirtella.............................Pendula ..............................Double Weeping Cherry..............PRUSUBPEN ............35
virginiana .............................Canada Red .......................Choke Cherry................................PRUVIRCDR ............35
x cv .......................................Snofozam ...........................Snowfountains ..............................PRUSNOCHS.....35, 36
x yeodensis...........................Yoshino...............................Yoshino Cherry .............................PRUYEOYOS............36

Ginkgo
biloba.....................................Autumn Gold..................................................................................................................28
biloba.....................................Saratoga............................................................................................................................28

Gleditsia
triacanthos inermis .............Halka ..................................Halka Honeylocust.......................GRETRIHAL.............28
triacanthos inermis .............Shademaster ......................Shademaster Honeylocust...........GLETRISHD .............28
triacanthos inermis .............Skycole ...............................Skyline Honeylocust ....................GLETRISKL ..............28
triacanthos inermis .............Suncole...............................Sunburst Honeylocust .................GLETRISUN .............28

Prunus (Flowering Plum)
cerasifera...............................Krauters Vesuvius ............Krauters Vesuvius Plum..............PRUCERKRA ...........36
cerasifera...............................Newport.............................Newport Plum ..............................PRUCERNEW ..........36
cerasifera...............................Thundercloud....................Thundercloud Plum.....................PRUCERTHU ...........37
cistena.................................................................................Sandcherry.....................................PRUCISSNC .............37

Laburnum
anagyroides..........................Columnaris........................Columnar Goldenchain Tree.......LABANACOU..........29
watereri.................................Vossi....................................Goldenchain Tree..........................LABWATVOS ...........29
Liquidambar
styraciflua ..........................................................................American Sweetgum....................LIQSTYAME.............29

Pyrus (Flowering Pear)
calleryana .............................Aristocrat ...........................Aristocrat Pear ..............................PYRCALARI.............37
calleryana .............................Capital................................Capital Pear ...................................PURCALCAP ...........37
calleryana .............................Chanticleer.........................Chanticleer Pear............................PYRCALCHA...........37
calleryana .............................Redspire .............................Redspire Pear ................................PYRCALRSP.............38

Liriodendron
tulipifera ............................................................................Tulip Tree/Tulip Poplar...............LIRTUPPOP..............29

Malus
Brandywine .......................................................................Brandywine Crabapple................MALBRA...................29
Cardinal .............................................................................Cardinal Crabapple......................MALCRD ..................30
Centurion...........................................................................Centurion Crabapple ...................MALCEN ..................30
Coralburst..........................................................................Coralburst Crabapple ..................MALCOR ..................30
Floribunda .........................................................................Floribunda Crabapple..................MALFLO...................30
Harvest Gold.....................................................................Harvest Gold Crabapple .............MALHARGOL.........30
Indian Magic .....................................................................Indian Magic Crabapple..............MALINDMAG .........30
Indian Summer .................................................................Indian Summer Crabapple..........MALINDSUM..........31
Prairifire .............................................................................Prairifire Crabapple......................MALPRTFIR .............31
Profusion............................................................................Profusion Crabapple ....................MALPRO...................31
Red Jade .............................................................................Red Jade Crabapple......................MALREDJAD...........31
Robinson ............................................................................Robinson Crabapple.....................MALROB...................31
Royalty ...............................................................................Royalty Crabapple........................MALROY ..................31
Sargent................................................................................Sargent Crabapple........................MALSAR...................32
Sargentina..........................................................................Sargent Tina Dwarf Crabapple...MALSNA ..................32
Snowdrift ...........................................................................Snowdrift Crabapple....................MALSNW .................32
Spring Snow......................................................................Spring Snow Crabapple...............MALSPRSNO...........32
Sugar Tyme........................................................................Sugar Tyme Crabapple ................MALSUGTYM..........32
Weeping Candied Apple .................................................Weeping Candied Crab ...............MALWEECAN.........32
Zumi Calocarpa ................................................................Zumi Crabapple............................MALZUM .................33

Quercus (Oak)
bicolor.................................................................................Swamp White Oak .......................QUEBICSWA............39
borealis...............................................................................Northern Red Oak........................QUEBORNRO..........38
coccinea..............................................................................Scarlet Oak ....................................QUECOCSCL ...........38
macrocarpa ........................................................................Bur Oak..........................................QUEMCABRU .........38
palustris .............................................................................Pin Oak...........................................QUEPASPIN .............38
phellos................................................................................Willow Oak ........................................................................39
robur......................................fastigiata.............................English Oak........................................................................39
shumardii...........................................................................Shumard Oak ................................QUESHUOAK..........39

Salix
caprea....................................Curly Locks .......................Curly Locks Willow .....................SALCAPCUR............39
caprea....................................Pendula ..............................Weeping Pussy Willow................SALCAPPEN............39
integra...................................Hakuro Nishiki .................Variegated Willow........................SALINTHAK............40
purpurea...............................Pendula ..............................Weeping Blue Arctic Willow.......SALPURPEN ............40
Sorbus
aucuparia..............................Cardinal Royal ..................Cardinal Royal Mt. Ash...............SORAUCCAR...........40
Stewartia
pseudocamellia .................................................................Japanese Stewartia ............................................................40

Morus
alba ........................................Pendula Chaparral ..........Weeping Mulberry .......................MORALBPEN ..........33

Styrax
japonica ..............................................................................Japanese Snowbell Tree ...............STYJAPSNJ ...............40

Oxydendrum
arboreum............................................................................Sourwood ...........................................................................33

Syringia
reticulata ............................................................................Japanese Tree Lilac............................................................40

Parrotia
persica ................................................................................Persian Parrotia .................................................................33

Platanus
acerifolia ...............................Bloodgood .........................Bloodgood Planetree....................PLAACEBLO............33

Populus
tremuloides........................................................................Quaking Aspen.............................POPTREQUA ...........34

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Tilia
americana .............................Redmond ...........................Redmond Linden..........................TILAMERMD...........41
cordata ..................................Glenleven...........................Glenleven Linden .........................TILCORGLE .............41
cordata ..................................Greenspire .........................Greenspire Linden........................TILCORGSP..............41
cordata ..................................Little Leaf...........................Little Leaf Linden .........................TILCORLIT...............41
tomentosa.............................Sterling ...............................Sterling Linden ..................................................................41

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ULMUS
morton ..................................Glossy.................................Triumph™ Elm..................................................................41
morton ..................................Accolade®..........................Accolade Elm.....................................................................42
parviflora..............................Emer II................................Allee® Elm...........................................................................42

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Picea (Spruce)
abies....................................................................................Norway Spruce.............................PICABINOR..............48
abies.......................................Nidiformis .........................Nest Spruce ...................................PICABINID...............48
abies.......................................Pendula ..............................Weeping Norway..........................PICABIPEN ..............48
abies.......................................Pumila ................................Pumila Spruce...............................PICABIPUM .............48
abies.......................................Pumila Nigra...................................................................................................................48
glauca....................................Conica.................................Dwarf Alberta Spruce ..................PICGLACON............49
mariana.................................Nana ...................................Blue Nest Spruce ..........................PICMAINAN............47
omorika.................................Nana ...................................Dwarf Serbian Spruce..................PICOMONAN..........49
pungens..............................................................................Colorado Green Spruce ...............PICPUNGRE.............49
pungens ................................Glauca ................................Colorado Blue Spruce ..................PICPUNGLA ............49
pungens ................................Glauca Bacheri ..................Bacheri Spruce...............................PICPUNBAC ............49
pungens ................................Fastigiata............................Columnar Blue Spruce.................PICPUNFAS..............49
pungens ................................Fat Albert ...........................Fat Albert Spruce..........................PICPUNFAT..............49
pungens ................................Globosa ..............................Dwarf Globe Spruce.....................PICPUNGLO............50
pungens ................................Hoopsii...............................Hoopsii Spruce..............................PICPUNHOO ...........50
sitchensis ..............................Tenas Papoose...................Dwarf Sitka Spruce ......................PICSITTEN ...............50

Zelkova
serrata.................................................................................Japanese Zelkova...............................................................42
serrata ...................................Green Vase.........................Green Vase Zelkova .....................ZELSETGVS..............42
serrata ...................................Musashino .........................Musashino Zelkova......................ZELSETMVS.............42
serrata ...................................Village Green.....................Village Green Zelkova .................ZELSETVIL...............42

CONIFERS

Abies
concolor..............................................................................White Fir ........................................ABICONWHI ...........44
concolor ................................Candicans ..........................Candicans White Fir.....................ABICONCAN...........44

Cedrus (Cedar)
atlantica ................................Glauca ................................Blue Atlas Cedar...........................CEDATLGLA ...........44
atlantica ................................Glauca Pendula.................Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar ..........CEDATLGLW...........44
deodara ..............................................................................Deodara Cedar..............................CEDDEOCED...........44

Pinus (Pine)
aristata................................................................................Bristlecone Pine.............................PINARIBRI ...............50
densiflora..............................Umbraculifera ...................Tanyosho Pine...............................PINDENUMB...........50
flexilis....................................Vanderwolf’s Pyramid.....Vanderwolf Pine ...........................PINFLEVAN .............50
mugo .....................................Tyrolean .............................Mugo Pine .....................................PINMUGTYR ...........50
nigra....................................................................................Austrian Black Pine......................PINNIGAUS.............50
nigra ......................................Oregon Green....................Oregon Green Pine............................................................51
parviflora..............................glauca .................................Japanese White Pine.....................PINPARGLA.............51
ponderosa ..........................................................................Ponderosa Pine..................................................................51
strobus................................................................................Eastern White Pine............................................................51
strobus ..................................Fastigiata............................Columnar White ...........................PINSTRFAS...............51
strobus ..................................Nana ...................................Dwf White Pine ............................PINSTRNAN ............51
strobus ..................................Pendula ..............................Weeping White Pine.....................PINSTRPEN..............51
sylvestris ............................................................................Scotch Pine.....................................PINSYVSCO .............51
sylvestris...............................Fastigiata............................Columnar Scotch ..........................PINSYVFAS ..............51
sylvestris...............................Glauca Nana......................Dwarf Scotch.................................PINSYVGLN.............52

Chamaecyparis (False Cypress)
nootkatensis .........................Glauca Pendula.................Weeping Blue Alaska Cedar .......CHANOOGLP .........44
obtusa....................................Compact.............................Hinoki Cypress .............................CHAOBTCOM.........44
obtusa....................................Nana Gracilis.....................Dwarf Hinoki Cypress.................CHAOBTNAG .........45
obtusa....................................Verdoni...............................Verdoni Cypress............................CHAOBTVER...........45
pisifera ..................................Boulevard...........................Boulevard Cypress .......................CHAPISBOU ............45
pisifera ..................................Filifera Aurea Nana..........Gold Threadbranch...........................................................45
pisifera ..................................Filifera Sungold ................Sungold Threadbranch ................CHAPISFIL...............45

Juniperus (Juniper)
chinensis ...............................Blue Point ..........................Blue Point Juniper ........................JUNCHIBPT..............47
chinensis ...............................Old Gold ............................Old Gold Juniper..........................JUNCHIOLD ............45
chinensis ...............................Pfitizeriana Aurea.............Gold Pfitzer ...................................JUNCHIPFA .............45
chinensis ...............................Pfitizeriana Glauca...........Blue Pfitzer ....................................JUNCHIPFG .............45
chinensis ...............................Procumbens Nana ............Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper ........JUNCHIPRN ............46
chinensis ...............................San Jose ..............................San Jose Juniper............................JUNCHISJE...............45
chinensis ...............................Sea Green ...........................Sea Green Juniper.........................JUNCHISEA .............45
chinensis ...............................Spearmint...........................Spearmint Juniper ........................JUNCHISPE..............45
horizontalis ..........................Bar Harbor.........................Bar Harbor Juniper.......................JUNHORBAR...........46
horizontalis ..........................Blue Chip ...........................Blue Chip Juniper.........................JUNHORBCH...........46
horizontalis ..........................Plumosa Youngstown ......Youngstown Andorra Juniper ....JUNHORPLY ............46
horizontalis........................................................................Starburst.........................................JUNHORSTA............46
horizontalis ..........................Wiltonii...............................Wilton or Blue Rug Juniper.........JUNHORWIL............46
sabina ....................................Broadmoor.........................Broadmoor Juniper.......................JUNSABBRD.............46
squamata ..............................Blue Carpet........................Blue Carpet Juniper......................JUNSQUBLC ............46
squamata ..............................Blue Star.............................Blue Star Juniper...........................JUNSQUBLS.............46
squamata ..............................Holger.................................Holger Juniper ..............................JUNSQUHOL ...........46
x Pom Pom ........................................................................Blue, Green, or Gold PomPom............................................47
scopulorum ..........................Moonglow..........................Moonglow Juniper .......................JUNSCOMOO ..........47
scopulorum ..........................Skyrocket ...........................Skyrocket Juniper .........................JUNSCOSKY.............47
scopulorum ..........................Wichita Blue ......................Wichita Blue Juniper ....................JUNSCOWIC ............47

Sequoia
giganteum ............................Pendula ..............................Weeping Sequoia...............................................................52

Taxus (Yew)
baccata ..................................Repandens .........................Spreading English Yew................TAXBACREP ............52
cuspidata ..............................Nana ...................................Dwarf Japanese Yew ....................TAXCUSNAN ..........52
x media .................................Brownii...............................Brown’s Yew..................................TAXMEDBRO...........52
x media .................................Dark Green Spreader.................................................................TAXMEDDAR..........52
x media .................................Densiformis .......................Dense Yew .....................................TAXMEDDEN..........52
x media .................................Hicksii ................................Hicks Yew ......................................TAXMEDHIC ...........52
x media .................................Hillii....................................Hills Yew........................................TAXMEDHIL............52

Thuja (Arborvitae)
occidentalis...........................Danica.................................Danica.............................................THUOCCDAN.........52
occidentalis...........................Fastigata.............................Pyramid Arborvitae .....................THUOCCPYR...........53
occidentalis...........................Little Giant.........................Little Giant Arborvitae ................THUOCCLGT ..........53
occidentalis...........................Nigra...................................Dark Green Arborvitae................THUOCCNIG...........53
occidentalis...........................Smaragd.............................Emerald Green..............................THUOCCSMA .........53
occidentalis...........................Woodwardii.......................Woodward Arborvitae.................THUOCCWOO ........53

Larix (Larch)
decidua .................................Pendula ..............................Weeping Larch ..............................LARDECPEN ...........47
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VARIETY

Tsuga (Hemlock)
canadensis ............................Pendula ..............................Wpg Sargent Hemlock.................TSUCANPEN...........53
heterophylla ......................................................................Western Hemloc k.............................................................53

Metesequoia
glyptostroboides..................Gold Rush........................................................................................................................48
Microbiota
decussate ..............................Russian Cypress................Russian Cypress ................................................................48

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Pennisetum (Fountain Grass)
alopecuroides ....................................................................Chinese Fountain Grass...............PENALOCHI............57
alopecuroides.......................Hameln...............................Dwarf Fountain Grass .................PENALOHAM.........57
alopecuroides.......................Orientale ............................Oriental Fountain Grass ..............PENALOORL...........57
alopecuroides.......................Tall Tail...............................Tall Tail Fountain Grass....................................................57

PERENNIALS & ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

Carex
morrowii...............................Evergold.............................Evergold Sedge .............................CAXMOREVG..........57
Clematis
Dr. Ruppel...................................................................................................................................CLMDRR...................55
H.F. Young...................................................................................................................................CLMHFY...................55
Asao .............................................................................................................................................CLMASO...................55

Phormium (New Zealand Flax)
...............................................Dusky Chief.......................New Zealand Flax.............................................................56
...............................................Pink Stripe .........................New Zealand Flax.............................................................56
...............................................Platts Black ........................New Zealand Flax.............................................................56
...............................................Sundowner ........................New Zealand Flax.............................................................56
...............................................Yellow Wave......................New Zealand Flax.............................................................56

Cortaderia
selloana.................................Rosea ..................................Pink Pampass Grass.....................COASELROS ............56

Echinacea
purpurea...............................Magnus........................................................................................ECHPURMAG .........55

Rudbeckia (Coneflower)
fulgida...................................Goldsturm..........................Coneflower ....................................RUDFULGDS ...........56

Festuca (Fescue)
glauca....................................Boulder Blue....................................................................................................................57
glauca....................................Elijah Blue..........................Blue Fescue....................................FESCENELI...............57

Salvia (Violet Sage)
superba .................................May Night...................................................................................SALSUPSTR..............56

Hakonechloa
macra.....................................Aureola.............................................................................................................................57

Sedum
spurium ................................Dragons Blood............................................................................SEDSPUDRA............56
telephium .............................Autumn Joy.......................Stonecrop .......................................SEDTELAJO..............56

Hemerocallis (Daylilies)
Stella de Oro......................................................................Daylily............................................HEMSTEORO...........55

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND BROADLEAF
EVERGREENS

Hibisucs
moscheutos ..........................Clown ...............................................................................................................................55
moscheutos ..........................Crimson Wonder.............................................................................................................55
moscheutos ..........................Lord Baltimore ................................................................................................................55
moscheutos ..........................Ruby Dot..........................................................................................................................55
moscheutos ..........................Super Rose.......................................................................................................................55

Andromeda
polifolia.................................Blue Ice...............................Blue Ice Andromeda ....................ANDPOLBLI ............60

Helictotrichon
sempervirens........................Blue Oat Grass............................................................................HELSEMBOT............57

Abelia
grandiflora............................Edward Goucher ..............Edward Goucher Abelia..............ABEGRAEDW..........60
longituba...............................Bumblebee .........................Bumblebee Abelia.........................ABELONBUM..........60

Heuchera (Coral Bells)
micrantha .............................Palace Purple.....................Coral Bells......................................HEUMIRPUP............55

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi
...............................................kinnikinnik ......................................................................................................................60

Berberis
thunbergii ..........................................................................Aurea...................................................................................61
thunbergii ..........................................................................Gentry’s Royal Burgundy ...........BERTHURBG............61
thunbergii.............................Bonanza Gold....................Bonanza Gold Barberry ...............BERTHUBON...........60
thunbergii.............................Helmond Pillar................................................................................................................61
thunbergii.............................Rose Glow..........................Rose Glow Barberry.....................BERTHURSG............61

Iberis (Candy Tuft)
sempervirens........................Purity..................................Candy Tuft.....................................IBESEMPRY..............56

Imperata (Japanese Blood Grass)
cylindrica..............................Red Baron ..........................Japanese Blood Grass...................IMPCYLRBR.............57

Buddelia
davidi....................................Black Knight......................Butterfly Bush ...............................BUDDAVBLA...........61
davidi....................................Ellen’s Blue........................Butterfly Bush ...............................BUDDAVEKK...........61
davidi....................................Opera..................................Butterfly Bush ...............................BUDDAVOPE...........61
davidi....................................White Profusion................Butterfly Bush ...............................BUDDAVWHI ..........61
...............................................Adokeep.............................Adonis Blue™....................................................................62
...............................................Peakeep ..............................Peacock™ ...........................................................................62
...............................................Pyrkeep ..............................Purple Emperor™ .............................................................62

Lavandula (Lavender)
angustifolia...........................Hidicote Blue..............................................................................LAVANGHID ...........56
angustifolia...........................Munstead Strain.........................................................................LAVANGMUN.........56

Buxus
microphylla..........................Koreana..............................Korean Boxwood ..........................BUXMICKOR ...........62
microphylla..........................Julia Jane ..........................................................................................................................62
sempirvirens ........................Suffruticosa........................Dwarf Boxwood............................BUXSEMSUF ............62
sempirvirens......................................................................Common Boxwood ......................BUXSEM....................62
sempirvirens ........................Graham Blandy.................Graham Blandy .................................................................63
sempirvirens ........................variegata ............................Variegated Boxwood....................BUXSEMVAR ...........63
x .............................................Green Mountain................Green Mountain Boxwood..........BUXGREMOU..........62
x .............................................Green Velvet ......................Green Velvet Boxwood ................BUXGREVEL............62

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Miscanthus (Silver Grass)
condenstus ...........................Cosmopolitan....................Cosmopolitan Grass.....................MISCONCOS............57
sinensis..................................Autumn Light ...................Autumn Light Grass ....................MISSINALI ...............57
sinensis..................................Cabaret ...............................Cabaret Grass................................MISSINCAB..............57
sinensis..................................Gracillimus ........................Maiden Grass Grass .....................MISSINGRC..............57
sinensis..................................Morning Light...................Morning Light...............................MISSINMOR.............57
sinensis..................................Puenktchen........................Little Dot Grass.............................MISSINPUE ..............57
sinensis..................................Strictus................................Porcupine Grass............................MISSINSTR...............57
sinensis..................................Variegatus ..........................Variegated Silver Grass ...............MISSINVAR..............57

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Caryopteris
x. clandenensis.....................Minibleu.............................Petit Blue ............................................................................63
x. clandenensis.....................Durio ..................................Pink Chablis.......................................................................63
x. clandenensis.....................Jason ...................................Sunshine Blue ....................................................................63

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CODE

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Hibiscus (Rose of Sharon) continued
syriacus.................................Blushing Bride...................White Hibiscus ..................................................................66
syriacus.................................Blue Satin™.......................Blue Hibiscus .....................................................................66
syriacus.................................Blush Satin™.....................Pink Hibiscus.....................................................................66
syriacus.................................Rose Satin™.......................Rose Hibiscus.....................................................................66
syriacus.................................Violet Satin™.....................Violet Hibiscus...................................................................66

Cornus (Dogwood)
alba ........................................Elegantissima ....................Variegated Dogwood ...................CORALBELA ...........63
sanguinea .............................Midwinter Fire ................................................................................................................63
stolonifera.............................Baileyii................................Red Twig Dogwood .....................CORSTABAI .............63
alba ........................................Bailhalo ..............................Ivory Halo......................................CORALBIVO ............63

Hydrangea
arborescens...........................Annabelle.........................................................................................................................67
arborescens...........................Dardom ..............................White Dome.......................................................................67
...............................................Midoriboshi-Temari........................................................................................................67
anomala petiolaris............................................................Climbing Hydrangea........................................................67
macrophylla .........................Bailmer ...............................Endless Summer Hyrdrangea .........................................67
macrophylla .........................Blue Lacecap...............................................................................HYDMACBCP..........67
macrophylla .........................Glowing Embers ........................................................................HYDMACGLB .........67
macrophylla .........................Inu No Hana....................................................................................................................67
macrophylla .........................Kyushu ........................................................................................HYDMACKYU.........67
macrophylla .........................Lady in Red .....................................................................................................................67
macrophylla .........................Limelight .....................................................................................HYDMACLIM..........67
macrophylla .........................Merritt Supreme.........................................................................HYDMACMER ........67
macrophylla .........................Nikko Blue ..................................................................................HYDMACNIK..........67
macrophylla .........................Parzifal .............................................................................................................................67
macrophylla .........................Pink Beauty.................................................................................HYDMACPNB .........67
macrophylla .........................Sister Therese..............................................................................HYDMACSIS............67
macrophylla .........................Tokyo Delight..................................................................................................................67
macrophylla .........................Unique..............................................................................................................................67
macrophylla .........................Paris Rapa..........................Cityline Paris......................................................................68
macrophylla .........................Venice Raven .....................Cityline Venice...................................................................68
macrophylla .........................Vienna Rawi ......................Cityline Vienna..................................................................68
macrophylla .........................Berlin Rabe ........................Cityline Berline..................................................................68
paniculata.............................Grandiflora ........................Pee Gee Hydrangea......................HYDPANGRA..........67
paniculata.............................Kyushu.............................................................................................................................67
paniculata.............................Limelight..........................................................................................................................67
paniculata.............................Pink Diamond.................................................................................................................67
paniculata.............................Tardiva.........................................................................................HYDPANTAR...........67
paniculata.............................Pinky Winky....................................................................................................................68
paniculata.............................Bulk.....................................Quick Fire...........................................................................68

Corylus (Filbert)
avellana.................................Contorta .............................Contorted Filbert ..........................COYAVECVX ...........63
avellana.................................Red Majestic ....................................................................................................................64

Cotinus (Smoke Tree)
coggygria..............................Royal Purple......................Roy Pur Smoke Tree.....................COTCOGRPV...........64
Cotoneaster
apiculata.............................................................................Cranberry Cotoneaster ................COEAPICRB.............64
dammeri.............................................................................Bearberry Cotoneaster .................COEDAMBEA..........64
dammeri ...............................Coral Beauty......................Coral Beauty Cotoneaster ...........COEDAMCOR .........64
microphyllus........................Cooperi ........................................................................................COEMICCOO...........64
Cytisus (Broom)
praecox..................................Hollandia ...........................Warminster Broom .......................CYTPRAHOI ............64
scoparius...............................Burkwood ..........................Burkwood Broom .........................CYTSCOBUR............64
scoparius...............................Moonlight ..........................Moonlight Broom .........................CYTSCOMOL...........64

Erica
carnea....................................Myertown Ruby .........................................................................ERICRNMYE............65
cinerea...................................Atropurpurea ....................Purple Bell Heather......................ERICINATR ..............65
x darleyensis ........................Kraemer’s Red ................................................................................................................65
x darleyensis ........................Med Pink............................Med Pink Heather (Win) .............ERIDARMED ...........65
x darleyensis ........................Med White.........................Med White Heather (Win)...........ERIDARWI................65
Euonymus
alata.......................................Compacta...........................Burning Bush.................................EUOALACOM.........65
alatus.....................................Select...................................Fire Ball® .......................................EUOALCFIB.............65
fortunei .................................Emerald Gaiety.................Emerald Gaiety .............................EUOFORGAI............65
fortunei .................................Emerald `n Gold ...............Emerald n’ Gold ...........................EUOFORGLD...........65
fortunei .................................Moon Shadow.................................................................................................................65
fortunei .................................Blondy® .............................Blondy® .........................................EUOFORBLN ...........65

Hypericum
x moseranum .......................Tricolor ...............................Variegated St. Johns Wort............HYPMOSTRI ............68

Forsythia
intermedia ............................Lynwood Gold..................Lynwood Gold Forsythia ............FORINTLYN.............66
...............................................Fiesta...................................Fiesta Forsythia.............................FORINTFIE...............66

Ilex (Holly)
x meservaea..........................Blue Boy.............................Blue Boy Holly..............................ILEBLUBOY..............69
x meservaea..........................Blue Prince.........................Blue Prince Holly..........................ILEBLUNCE .............69
x meservaea..........................Blue Princess .....................Blue Princess Holly ......................ILEBLUESS ...............69
x meservaea..........................China Girl ..........................China Girl Holly ...........................ILECHIGRL ..............69
x meservaea..........................Blue Girl.............................Blue Girl Holly..............................ILEBLUGIR...............69

Hibiscus (Rose of Sharon)
syriacus.................................Lavender Chiffon .............Lavender Chiffon..........................HIBSYRLCH.............66
syriacus.................................White Chiffon....................White Chiffon................................HIBSYRWCH............66
syriacus.................................Aphrodite...........................Pink Hibiscus ................................HIBSYRAPH.............66
syriacus.................................Lucy ...................................Rose Hibiscus................................HIBSYRLUC .............66
syriacus.................................Ardens................................Purple Hibiscus.............................HIBSYRARD.............66
syriacus.................................Jean d’Arc ..........................White Hibiscus..............................HIBSYRJEA...............66
syriacus.................................Minerva..............................Lavender Hibiscus........................HIBSYRMIN .............66
syriacus.................................Paeoniflora.........................Red Hibiscus .................................HIBSYRPAE..............66
syriacus.................................Red Heart...........................White Hibiscus..............................HIBSYRRHT .............66

Kalmia (Mountain Laurel)
latifolia..................................Freckles........................................................................................KALLATFRE.............69
latifolia..................................Bay State......................................................................................KALLATBST.............69
latifolia..................................Alpine Pink.................................................................................KALLATALP ............69
latifolia..................................Pink Frost ....................................................................................KALLATPIK .............69
latifolia..................................Richard Jaynes............................................................................KALLATRJS..............69
latifolia..................................Bullseye .......................................................................................KALLATBUL............69
latifolia..................................Carousel.......................................................................................KALLATCAO...........69
latifolia..................................Elf......................................................................................................................................69
latifolia..................................Galaxy ..............................................................................................................................69
latifolia..................................Heart of Fire ....................................................................................................................69

Genista (Broom)
lydia....................................................................................Lydia Broom..................................GENLYDBRM...........66
pilosa.....................................Gold Flash..........................Creeping Broom ................................................................66

INDEX

VARIETY

Itea
virginica................................Sprich..................................Little Henry ...................................ITEVIRLHR...............69

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Kalmia (Mountain Laurel) continued
latifolia..................................Little Linda ......................................................................................................................69
latifolia..................................Minuet ..............................................................................................................................69
latifolia..................................Nathan Hale ....................................................................................................................69
latifolia..................................Olympic Fire....................................................................................................................69
latifolia..................................Snowdrift .........................................................................................................................69
latifolia..................................Tiddlywinks.....................................................................................................................69

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CODE

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Rhododendron continued
a. japonica.............................Hahn’s Red ......................................................................................................................72
a. japonica.............................Hardijzer’s Beauty..........................................................................................................72
a. japonica.............................Hino White Dwarf..........................................................................................................72
a. japonica.............................Johanna.............................................................................................................................72
a. japonica.............................Nikko................................................................................................................................72
a. japonica.............................Rosebud ...........................................................................................................................72
azalea ....................................Mandarin Lights .............................................................................................................72
azalea ....................................Orchid Lights ..................................................................................................................72
azalea ....................................White Lights....................................................................................................................72
...............................................Bali ....................................................................................................................................72
...............................................Barmstedt.........................................................................................................................72
...............................................Besse Howells .................................................................................................................72
...............................................Bikini.................................................................................................................................72
...............................................Boule de Neige................................................................................................................72
...............................................Edith Bosley.....................................................................................................................72
...............................................Firestorm..........................................................................................................................72
...............................................Hachmann’s Charmant..................................................................................................72
...............................................Holden..............................................................................................................................72
...............................................Lee’s Dark Purple...........................................................................................................72
...............................................Nepal ................................................................................................................................73
...............................................Norman Behring.............................................................................................................73
...............................................Percy Wiseman................................................................................................................73
...............................................Peter Behring...................................................................................................................73
...............................................Peter Tigerstedt...............................................................................................................73
...............................................PJM Compacta ................................................................................................................73
...............................................PJM Elite ..........................................................................................................................73
...............................................Rocket...............................................................................................................................73
...............................................Scarlet Romance..............................................................................................................73
...............................................Spring Parade..................................................................................................................73
...............................................Summer Glow .................................................................................................................73

Leucothoe
fontanesiana.........................Rainbow.............................Rainbow Leucothoe......................LEUFONRAI ............70
fontanesiana.........................Scarletta..............................Zebild..................................................................................70
Ligustrum (Privet)
x vicary...............................................................................Golden Vicary Privet....................LIGVICGVC .............70
Magnolia
...............................................Leonard Messel...............................................................................................................70
...............................................Royal Star.........................................................................................................................70
...............................................Susan ................................................................................................................................70

Photinia
fraserii ...................................Cassini................................Pink Marble ...................................PHOFRAPKM ..........70

Physocarpus (Ninebark)
opulifolius ............................Monlo Diablo ....................Purple Ninebark ...........................PHYDIANIN ............70
opulifolius ............................Seward................................Summer Wine ....................................................................70
Pieris (Andromeda)
japonica.................................Dorothy Wycoff..........................................................................PIEJAPDOR ..............71
japonica.................................Flaming Silver ............................................................................PIEJAPFLS ................71
japonica.................................Mt Fire................................Mt Fire Andromeda......................PIEJAPMFE...............71
japonica.................................Scarlet o’Hara....................Scarlet O’ Hara Andromeda .......PIEJAPSCR ...............71
japonica.................................Valley Rose ........................Valley Rose Andromeda..............PIEJAPVAL ...............71
japonica.................................Valley Valentine..........................................................................PIEJAPVVT...............71
taiwanensis...........................Snowdrift ...........................Snowdrift Andromeda.................PIETAISNO...............71

Salix
integra...................................Hakuro Nishiki .................Variegated Willow........................SALINTHAK............73
purpurea pendula.............................................................Weeping Blue Arctic Willow.......SALPURPEN ............73

Potentilla (Cinquefoil)
fruticosa ................................Abbottswood.....................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRUABB ............71
fruticosa ................................Day Dawn..........................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRUDAY............71
fruticosa ................................Gold Finger........................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRUGFG............71
fruticosa ................................Gold Star............................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRUGST.............71
fruticosa ................................Klondike.............................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRUKLO............71
fruticosa ................................Mango Tango ....................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRUMTO...........71
fruticosa ................................Red Sunset.........................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRURSU ............71
fruticosa ................................Scarlet.................................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRUSCT.............71
fruticosa ................................Sutters Gold.......................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRUSUT ............71
fruticosa ................................Tangerine ...........................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRUTAN............71
fruticosa ................................Pink Beauty .......................Cinquefoil ......................................POTFRUPNP............71

Sambucus
nigra ......................................Black Beauty ...............................................................................SAMNIGBLB ............73
nigra ......................................Eva ......................................Black Lace...........................................................................73
Sarcocoa
humilis..................................Sweetbox .....................................................................................SARHUM..................73

Sorbaria
sorbifolia...............................Ash Leaf Spiraea...............False Spiraea ......................................................................73

Prunus
cistena.................................................................................Sandcherry.....................................PRUCISSNC .............71
laurocerasus .........................Compacta...........................Compact English Laurel..............PRULAUCME ..........72
laurocerasus .........................Otto Luyken ......................Otto Luyken Laurel......................PRULAUOTT ...........72
lusitanica............................................................................Portugese Laurel...........................PRULUSPOR............72
schipkensis.........................................................................Skip Laurel.....................................PRUSKI......................72
Rhododendron
azalea japonica.....................Elsie Lee ...........................................................................................................................72
a. japonica.............................Girards Fuschia...............................................................................................................72
a. japonica.............................Girards Hotshot ..............................................................................................................72
a. japonica.............................Girards Pleasant White..................................................................................................72
a. japonica.............................Gumpo Pink ....................................................................................................................72

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Spiraea
x bumaldi .............................Anthony Waterer ..............Anthony Waterer Spiraea............SPIBUMANT............74
x bumaldi .............................Crispa .................................Crispa Spiraea...............................SPIBUMCRI ..............74
x bumaldi .............................Frobelli ...............................Frobelli Spiraea .............................SPIBUMFRO.............74
x bumaldi .............................Gold Flame ........................Gold Flame Spiraea......................SPIBUMGFM............74
x bumaldi .............................Gold Mound......................Gold Mound Spiraea....................SPIBUMGMD...........74
x bumaldi .............................Neon Flash.........................Neon Flash Spiraea ......................SPIBUMNEO............74
fritschiana.............................Wilma Pink Parasols..................................................................SPIFRIWPP ...............74
japonica.................................Dakota Gold Charm.........Dakota G. C. Spiraea....................SPIBUMDGC............74
japonica.................................Firelight .......................................................................................SPIBUMFLT ..............74
japonica.................................Lemon Princess ..........................................................................SPIJAPLPR................74
japonica.................................Little Princess....................Little Princess Spiraea..................SPIJAPLIP .................74
japonica.................................Magic Carpet.....................Magic Carpet Spiraea...................SPIJAPMCP ..............74
japonica.................................Shirobana ...........................Shirobana Spiraea.........................SPIJAPSHI.................74
nipponica..............................Snow Mound.....................Snow Mound Spiraea...................SPINIPSNM..............74

GENUS/SPECIES

VARIETY

COMMON

CODE

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Syringa
meyeri ...................................Palibiniana.........................Korean Dwarf Lilac......................SYRMEYKOR ...........74
peersica.................................Laciniata...........................................................................................................................74
vulgaris ..............................................................................Common Lilac...............................SYRVULLCO............74
vulgaris.................................Atheline Wilbur..........................................................................SYRVULATW ...........74
vulgaris.................................Charles Joly .......................Charles Joly Lilac..........................SYRCHAJOL.............74
vulgaris.................................Katherine Havermeyer ....Katherine Havermyer Lilac ........SYRKATHAV............74
vulgaris.................................Ludwig Spaeth..................Ludwig Spaeth Lilac ....................SYRLUDSPA.............74
vulgaris.................................Mme Lemoine ...................Madame Lemoine Lilac...............SYRVULMAD ..........74
vulgaris.................................Montaigne..........................Montaigne Lilac ............................SYRVULMON ..........75
vulgaris.................................Pocahontas ..................................................................................SYRVULPOC ............75
vulgaris.................................Presidents Grevy ..............Presidents Grevy Lilac.................SYRVULPRG ............75
vulgaris.................................Sensation............................Sensation Lilac ..............................SYRVULSEN.............75
x hycinthiflora .....................Blanche Sweet.............................................................................SYRHYABAN ...........75

COMMON

CODE

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Cherry
prunus...................................Bing Cherry .....................................................................................................................79
prunus...................................Meteor Cherry.................................................................................................................79
prunus...................................Montmorency Cherry ....................................................................................................79
prunus...................................Rainier Cherry.................................................................................................................79
prunus...................................Royal Anne Cherry ..........Napoleon Cherry...............................................................79
prunus...................................Sweetheart .......................................................................................................................79
prunus...................................Tartarian Black Cherry...................................................................................................79
prunus...................................Van Cherry.......................................................................................................................79
Apricot
prunus...................................Chinese Mormon ............................................................................................................79
prunus...................................Perfection Apricot...........................................................................................................79
prunus...................................Wenatchee Moorpark Apricot ......................................................................................79

Viburnum
burkwoodii........................................................................Burkwood Viburnum...................VIBBUR .....................75
...............................................Carlcephalum....................Fragrant Snowball ........................VIBCRL......................75
...............................................Chesapeake......................................................................................................................75
carlessi...................................Compacta...........................Comp. Korean Spice Viburnum .....VIBCRL......................75
davidii ................................................................................David Viburnum...........................VIBDAV.....................75
eskimo ................................................................................Eskimo Viburnum ........................VIDESK .....................75
lantana ..................................Mohican.......................................................................................VIBLANMOH ..........75
opulus ...................................Roseum ..............................Common Snowball.......................VIBOPUROV ............75
tomentosum .........................Mariesii ..............................Doublefile ......................................VIBTOMMRI ............75

Peach
prunus...................................Early Elberta Peach ........................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Elberta Peach...................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Redhaven .........................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Suncrest............................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Vetern................................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Vidid .................................................................................................................................80
Plum
prunus...................................Beauty...............................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Burgundy.........................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Elephant Heart Plum .....................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Green Gage Plum ...........................................................................................................80
prunus...................................French Petite....................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Friar ..................................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Mount Royal....................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Satsuma Plum .................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Santa Rosa Plum.............................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Shiro..................................................................................................................................80
prunus...................................Superior............................................................................................................................80

Vinca
...............................................Bowles ................................Bowles Periwinkle........................VINMNIBWO...........75

Weigela
florida....................................Bramwell............................Fine Wine Weigela.............................................................76
florida....................................Bristol Ruby.......................Bristol Ruby Weigela....................WEIBRIRUY .............76
florida....................................Java Red .............................Java Red Weigela ..........................WEIJAVRJV...............76
florida....................................Midnight Wine ...........................................................................WEIFLOMID ............76
florida....................................Minuet................................Minuet Weigela.............................WEIFLOMNE...........76
florida....................................My Monet ........................................................................................................................76
florida....................................Red Prince........................................................................................................................76
florida....................................Tango ................................................................................................................................76
florida....................................Variegata ............................Variegated Weigela.......................WEIFLOVAR ............76
florida....................................Wine & Roses Weigela...............................................................WEIWINROW..........76
...............................................Polka ............................................................................................WEIFLOPOL.............76

Pear
pyrus .....................................20th Century Pear...........................................................................................................81
pyrus .....................................Bosc Pear..........................................................................................................................81
pyrus .....................................Bartlett Pear.....................................................................................................................81
pyrus .....................................Comice Pear.....................................................................................................................81

Nectarine
prunus...................................Goldmine Nectarine.......................................................................................................81
prunus...................................Fantasia ............................................................................................................................81
prunus...................................Hardired...........................................................................................................................81
prunus...................................Independence Nectarine................................................................................................81
prunus...................................Pioneer..............................................................................................................................81
prunus...................................Panamint Nectarine........................................................................................................81

DECIDUOUS FRUIT TREES

INDEX

VARIETY

Apple
malus.....................................Braeburn Apple...............................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Buckeye Gala Apple.......................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Cortland ...........................................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Fuji Apple ........................................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Gala Apple.......................................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Granny Smith Apple......................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Gravenstein .....................................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Jonagold ...........................................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Honeycrisp Apple ..........................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Honeygold Apple...........................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Lodi...................................................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Red Delicious Apple ......................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Rezista Gold Apple ........................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Wolf River........................................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Ultima Gala Apple .........................................................................................................78
malus.....................................Yellow Delicious Apple .................................................................................................78

Pluot (Plumcots)
...............................................Plumcots...........................................................................................................................81

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X

X

FAIRVIEW MAPLE

X
X
X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

NORWAY MAPLE

ACER PLAT ROYAL RED

ROYAL RED MAPLE

X

X

X

X

ACER RUBRUM AUTUMN FLAME

AUTUMN FLAME MAPLE

X

X

X

X

BRANDYWINE RED MAPLE

X

X

X

ACER RUBRUM ARMSTRONG
ACER RUBRUM BOWHALL

ACER RUBRUM BRANDYWINE

PRINCETON GOLD MAPLE

ARMSTRONG MAPLE
BOWHALL MAPLE

X

X
X

X

X

ACER PLAT NORWAY

ACER PLAT PRINCETON GOLD

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

ACER RUBRUM BURGUNDY BELLE

BURGUNDY BELLE MAPLE

X

X

X

X

ACER RUBRUM KARPICK

KARPICK MAPLE

X

X

X

X

ACER RUBRUM RED

RED MAPLE

X

X

X

X

ACER RUBRUM SUMMERS RED

SUMMERS RED MAPLE

X

X

X

X

ACER RUBRUM FAIRVIEW FLAME
ACER RUBRUM OCTOBER GLORY
ACER RUBRUM RED SUNSET

ACER RUBRUM SUN VALLEY

ACER SACCH GREEN MOUNTAIN
ACER SACCH LEGACY

ACER SACCH SUGAR MAPLE

ACER TRUNC NORWEGIAN SUNSET

FAIRVIEW FLAME MAPLE
OCTOBER GLORY MAPLE

RED SUNSET MAPLE

SUN VALLEY RED MAPLE

GREEN MOUNTAIN MAPLE

X
X

X
X

X

X
X

X
X

X

X
X

X
X

X

X
X

X

X

X

LEGACY MAPLE

X

X

X

X

NORWEGIAN SUNSET MAPLE

X

X

X

X

SUGAR MAPLE

91

X

X

X

X

Common Name

AMEL GRA AUTUMN BRILLIANCE

SERVICEBERRY

BETULA NIGRA

RIVER BIRCH

BETULA NIGRA HERITAGE

HERITAGE BIRCH

BETULA JACQUEMONTII

BETULA NIGRA DURA-HEAT
BETULA PENDULA EUROPEAN

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JACQUEMONTI BIRCH

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

DURA-HEAT BIRCH

X

EUROPEAN WHITE BIRCH

X

X

X
X

X
X
X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

BETULA PLAT JAPONICA

WHITESPIRE BIRCH

X

X

X

X

CHEROKEE CHIEF DOGWOOD

X

CARPINUS BETULAS FASTIGIATA

CORNUS FLORIDA CHEROKEE CHIEF

COLUMNAR HORNBEAM

CORNUS FLORIDA RUBRA

PINK DOGWOOD

CORNUS KOUSA CHINENSIS

CHINESE DOGWOOD

CORNUS FLORIDA WHITE

WHITE DOGWOOD

X

SATOMI DOGWOOD

CRATAEGUS LAEV CRIMSON CLOUD

CRIMSON CLOUD HAWTHORN

X

X

X

X

COCKSPUR HAWTHORN

X

CRATAEGUS LAEV PAULS SCARLET

PAULS SCARLET HAWTHORN

X

X

CRATAEGUS VIRIDIS WINTER KING

WINTER KING HAWTHORN

X

X

FAGUS SYLVATICA PURPLE PENDULA

WEEPING PURPLE BEECH

CRATAEGUS PHAEN WASHINGTON
FAGUS SYLVATICA PURPLE FNTN

WASHINGTON HAWTHORN

PURPLE FOUNTAIN BEECH

X

X

X

X
X
X

X
X

CORNUS KOUSA SATOMI

CRATAEGUS CRUS-GALLI COCKSPUR

X

X

X

CUTLEAF WEEPING BIRCH
YOUNGII BIRCH

X

X

BETULA PENDULA LACINIATA
BETULA PENDULA YOUNGII

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

FAGUS SYLVATICA RIVERSII

RIVERS PURPLE BEECH

X

X

X

X

FAGUS SYLVATICA ROSEO MARGINATA

TRI COLOR BEECH

X

X

X

X

AUTUMN PURPLE ASH

X

X

X

X

X

X

FAGUS SYLVATICA ROHANNI
FAGUS SYLVATICA SPAETHII

FRAXINUS AMERICAN AUTUMN PURPLE
FRAXINUS OXYCARPA RAYWOOD

ROHANNI BEECH

X

SPAETH'S PURPLE BEECH

X

RAYWOOD ASH

X

FRAXINUS PENN CIMMARON

CIMMARON ASH

X

FRAXINUS PENN PATMORE

PATMORE ASH

X

FRAXINUS PENN GREEN

GREEN ASH

FRAXINUS PENN SUMMIT

SUMMIT ASH

GLEDITSIA TRI SHADEMASTER

SHADEMASTER LOCUST

GLEDITSIA TRI SUNBURST

SUNBURST LOCUST

GLEDITSIA TRI HALKA

GLEDITSIA TRI SKYLINE

GLEDITSIA TRI THORNLESS

LABURNUM A.COLUMNAR GOLDENCHAIN TREE

HALKA LOCUST

TULIP POPLAR

MALUS BRANDYWINE

BRANDYWINE CRABAPPLE

MALUS CENTURION

CENTURION CRABAPPLE

MALUS CARDINAL

MALUS CORALBURST
MALUS FLORIBUNDA

MALUS HARVEST GOLD

X

CORALBURST CRABAPPLE

X

FLORIBUNDA CRABAPPLE

HARVEST GOLD CRABAPPLE

INDIAN MAGIC CRABAPPLE

MALUS LOUISA

LOUISA CRABAPPLE

MALUS PINK PRINCESS

INDIAN SUMMER CRABAPPLE
PINK PRINCESS CRABAPPLE

MALUS PRAIRIFIRE

PRAIRIFIRE CRABAPPLE

MALUS RED JADE

RED JADE CRABAPPLE

MALUS PROFUSION
MALUS ROBINSON
MALUS ROYALTY

MALUS SARGENTII

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

CARDINAL CRABAPPLE

MALUS INDIAN MAGIC

MALUS INDIAN SUMMER

X

X
X

PROFUSION CRABAPPLE
ROBINSON CRABAPPLE

X
X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X
X

X

ROYALTY CRABAPPLE

X

SARGENT CRABAPPLE

X

92

X

X

X

AMERICAN SWEETGUM

X

X

X

X

X
X

COLUMNAR GOLDENCHAIN TREE

LIRIODENDRON TULIPIFERA

X

X

X

X

X

X

THORNLESS LOCUST

GOLDEN CHAIN TREE

LIQUIDAMBAR STYRACIFLUA

X

X

X

SKYLINE LOCUST

LABURNUM WATERERI VOSSI

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X

Common Name

MALUS SARGENTII TINA

SARGENTINA CRABAPPLE

MALUS SPRING SNOW

SPRING SNOW CRABAPPLE

MALUS SNOWDRIFT

SNOWDRIFT CRABAPPLE

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X
X

X

MALUS SUGAR TYME

SUGAR TYME CRABAPPLE

X

MALUS ZUMI

ZUMI CALOCARPA CRABAPPLE

X

OXYDENDRUM ARBOREUM

SOURWOOD TREE

PLATANUS ACER BLOODGOOD

BLOODGOOD PLANETREE

MALUS WEEPING CANDIED APPLE
MORUS ALBA CHAPPARAL
PARROTIA PERSICA

WEEPING CANDIED APPLE CRABAPPLE
WEEPING MULBERRY

PERSIAN PARROTIA

POPULUS TREMULOIDES

QUAKING ASPEN

PRUNUS CER NEWPORT

NEWPORT PLUM

PRUNUS CER KRAUTERS VESUVIUS
PRUNUS CER THUNDERCLOUD

X

X

KRAUTER'S VESUVIUS PLUM

X

THUNDERCLOUD PLUM

X

X

PRUNUS CISTENA

SANDCHERRY

X

PRUNUS SER KWANZAN

KWANZAN CHERRY

X

PRUNUS SARGENTI COLUMNARIS
PRUNUS SER MT FUJI

PRUNUS SER ROY BURGANDY

PRUNUS SERRULATA AMANOGAWA

COLUMNAR SARGENT CHERRY
MT. FUJI CHERRY

ROYAL BURGANDY CHERRY
AMANOGAWA CHERRY

PRUNUS SUB AUTUMNALIS

AUTUMN FLOWERING CHERRY

PRUNUS SUB PENDULA

DOUBLE WEEPING CHERRY

PRUNUS SUB SNOW GOOSE

SNOW GOOSE CHERRY

X

ARISTOCRAT PEAR

X

PYRUS CAL CHANTICLEER

CHANTICLEER PEAR

X

QUERCUS BOREALIS

QUERCUS COCCINEA

QUERCUS MACROCARPA
QUERCUS PALUSTRIS
QUERCUS PHELLOS

QUERCUS SHUMARD

SALIX CAPREA CURLY LOCKS
SALIX CAPREA PENDULA
SALIX HAKURO NISHIKI

SWAMP WHITE OAK

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

SCARLET OAK
BUR OAK

X

PIN OAK

WILLOW OAK

SHUMARD OAK

CURLY LOCKS WILLOW

WEEPING PUSSY WILLOW
VARIEGATED WILLOW

WEEPING BLUE ARTIC WILLOW

STEWARTIA PSEUDOCAMELLIA

JAPANESE STEWARTIA

STYRAX JAPONICA

X

NORTHERN RED OAK

SALIX PURP PENDULA

SORBUS AUC CARD ROYAL

X

X

CARDINAL ROYAL MT. ASH

JAPANESE SNOWBALL TREE

X

X

X

PYRUS CAL ARISTOCRAT

QUERCUS BICOLOR

X

X
X

REDSPIRE PEAR

X

X

X

YOSHINO CHERRY

PYRUS CAL REDSPIRE

X

X

PRUNUS X YED YOSHINO

CAPITAL PEAR

X

X

X

X

X
X

PYRUS CAL CAPITAL

X

X

X

X

CHOKE CHERRY

SNOWFOUNTAINS CHERRY

X

X

X

X

PRUNUS VIR CANADA RED

PRUNUS X SNOWFOUNTAINS

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

SYRINGA RETICULATA

JAPANESE TREE LILAC

X

TILIA CORDATA

LITTLE LEAF LINDEN

X

X

X

X

TILIA CORDATA GREENSPIRE

GREENSPIRE LINDEN

X

X

X

X

TILIA AMERICAN REDMOND
TILIA CORDATA GLENLEVEN

TILIA TOMENTOSA STERLING
ULMUS X MORTON GLOSSY

ULMUS X MORTON ACCOLADE

ZELCOVA SERRATA GREEN VASE

ZELCOVA SERRATA MUSASHINO

ZELCOVA SERRATA VILLAGE GREEN

REDMOND LINDEN

GLENLEVEN LINDEN
STERLING LINDEN

X

X

X

TRIUMPH ELM

X

GREEN VASE ZELCOVA

X

ACCOLADE ELM

MUSASHINO ZELKOVA

VILLAGE GREEN ZELCOVA

93

X
X

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

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Latin Name

Common Name

CONIFERS

ABIES CONCOLOR CANDICANS

BLUE WHITE FIR

X

X

X

X

X

X

ABIES FRASERI

FRASIER FIR

X

X

X

X

X

X

CEDRUS ATLANTICA GLAUCA PENDULA

WEEPING BLUE ATLAS CEDAR

X

X

X

X

X

X

ABIES CONCOLOR WHITE FIR

CEDRUS ATLANTICA GLAUCA

WHITE FIR

X

BLUE ATLAS CEDAR

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

CEDRUS DEODORA

DEODORA CEDAR

X

X

X

X

X

CHAMAECYP NOOT GREEN ARROW

WEEPING ALASKA GREEN ARROW

X

X

X

X

X

CHAMAECYP NOOT GLAUCA PENDULA
CHAMAECYP NOOT PENDULA

WEEPING BLUE ALASKA CEDAR

WEEPING ALASKA CEDAR

X

X

X

X

X

CHAMAECYP OBTUSA

HINOKI CYPRESS

X

CHAMAECYP OBTUSA GRACIOSA

GRACIOSA HINOKI CYPRESS

X

CHAMAECYP OBTUSA COMPACT

CHAMAECYP OBTUSA NANA GRACILL
CHAMAECYP OBTUSA VERDONI
CHAMAECYP PISIFERA AUREA

CHAMAECYP PISIFERA AUREA NANA
CHAMAECYP PISIFERA BOULEVARD
CHAMAECYP PISIFERA FILIFERA

COMPACT HINOKI CYPRESS
DWARF HINOKI CYPRESS

VERDONI HINOKI CYPRESS

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

GOLDEN THREADBRANCH

X

X

X

X

X

X

BOULEVARD CYPRESS

X

X

X

X

X

X

DWARF GOLDEN THREADBRANCH
SUNGOLD THREADBRANCH

X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X

JUNIPER CHI BLUE POINT

BLUE POINT JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER CHI PFITZER AUREA

GOLD PFITZER JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

SEA GREEN JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER CHI OLD GOLD

OLD GOLD JUNIPER

X

JUNIPER CHI PFITZER GLAUCA

BLUE PFITZER JUNIPER

JUNIPER CHI SPARTAN

SPARTAN JUNIPER

X

X

JUNIPER HORIZONT BAR HARBOR

BAR HARBOR JUNIPER

X

X

JUNIPER CHI SEA GREEN

JUNIPER CHI SPEARMINT

X

X

SPEARMINT JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER HORIZONT BLUE CHIP

BLUE CHIP JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER HORIZONT STARBURST

STARBURST JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER HORIZONT YOUNGSTOWN

YOUNGSTOWN ANDORRA JUNIPER

X

X

JUNIPER HORIZONT BLUE HARBOR
JUNIPER HORIZONT WILTONI

JUNIPER PROCUMBENS NANA
JUNIPER SAB BROADMOOR

BLUE HARBOR JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

BLUE RUG JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

DWARF JAPANESE GARDEN JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

BROADMOOR JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER SAB CALGARY CARPET

CALGARY CARPET JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER SCOP SKYROCKET

SKYROCKET JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER SCOP MOONGLOW

JUNIPER SCOP WICHITA BLUE

MOONGLOW JUNIPER

WICHITA BLUE JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER SQ BLUE CARPET

BLUE CARPET JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER SQ HOLGER

HOLGER JUNIPER

X

X

X

X

X

X

JUNIPER SQ BLUE STAR

BLUE STAR JUNIPER

LARIX DECIDUA PENDULA

WEEPING LARCH

MICROBIOTA DECUSSATA

SIBERIAN CYPRESS

PICEA ABIES NIDIFORMIS

NEST SPRUCE

METESEQUOIA GLYPTOSTROBOIDES GOLD RUSH
PICEA ABIES

PICEA ABIES PENDULA
PICEA ABIES PUMILA

X

DAWN REDWOOD

NORWAY SPRUCE

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

WEEPING NORWAY SPRUCE

X

X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X
X

DWARF NEST SPRUCE

X

X

X

X

X

X

PICEA GL CONICA BLUE

BLUE ALBERTA SPRUCE

X

X

X

X

X

X

PICEA OMORIKA NANA

DWARF SERBIAN SPRUCE

X

X

X

X

PICEA GL CONICA

PICEA MARIANA NANA
PICEA PUNG

DWARF ALBERTA SPRUCE
BLUE NEST SPRUCE

COLORADO GREEN SPRUCE

X
X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

PICEA PUNG GLAUCA

COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE

X

X

X

X

X

PICEA PUNG FASTIGIATA

COLUMNAR BLUE SPRUCE

X

X

X

X

X

PICEA PUNG BACHERI

PICEA PUNG FAT ALBERT
PICEA PUNG GLOBOSA

BACHERI SPRUCE

FAT ALBERT SPRUCE

GLOBE SPRUCE

X

X

X

94

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

PICEA PUNG HOOPSII

PICEA SIT TEN PAPOOSE

Common Name
HOOPSI SPRUCE

DWARF SITKA SPRUCE

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X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

PINUS ARISTATA

BRISTLECONE PINE

X

X

X

X

X

X

PINUS D UMBRACULIFERA

TANYOSHO PINE

X

X

X

X

X

X

PINUS MUGO TYROLEAN

MUGO PINE

X

X

X

X

X

X

PINUS NIGRA OREGON GREEN

OREGON GREEN AUSTRIAN PINE

X

X

PINUS D UMBRACULIF CMPT
PINUS FL VANDERWOLF'S PYR
PINUS NIGRA

COMPACT TANYOSHO PINE
VANDERWOLF PINE

X
X

X

X

X
X

X
X

X
X

X

AUSTRIAN PINE

X

X

X

X

PINUS PAR GLAUCA

JAPANESE WHITE PINE

X

X

X

X

X

X

PINUS STR FASTIGIATA

COLUMNAR WHITE PINE

X

X

X

X

X

X

PINUS STROBUS

EASTERN WHITE PINE

X

X

X

X

X

X

PINUS SYL

SCOTCH PINE

X

X

X

X

X

X

PINUS SYL GLAUCA NANA

DWARF SCOTCH PINE

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

PINUS PONDEROSA
PINUS STR NANA

PINUS STROBUS PENDULA
PINUS SYL FASTIGIATA

SEQUOIA GIGANTEUM GLAUCA

SEQUOIA GIGANTEUM PENDULA

PONDEROSA PINE

DWARF WHITE PINE

WEEPING WHITE PINE

COLUMNAR SCOTCH PINE
SEQUOIA GIGANTEUM GLAUCA

SEQUOIA GIGANTEUM PENDULA

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X
X
X

X

X

X

X
X
X
X

TAXUS BAC REPENDANS

SPREADING ENG YEW

X

X

X

X

X

X

TAXUS X DARK GREEN SPREADER

SPREADING YEW

X

X

X

X

X

X

TAXUS CUSPIDATA NANA

DWARF JAPANESE YEW

X

TAXUS X MED BROWNII

BROWN'S YEW

X

TAXUS X MED HICKSII

HICK'S YEW

X

TAXUS X MED DENSIFORMIS
TAXUS X MED HILLII
THUJA OC DANICA

THUJA OC FASTIGIATA

THUJA OC LITTLE GIANT
THUJA OC NIGRA

DENSIFORMIS YEW
HILLI YEW

DANICA ARBORVITAE

PYRAMID ARBORVITAE

LITTLE GIANT ARBORVITAE

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X
X

X

WEEPING SARGENT HEMLOCK

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

VARIEGATED REED GRASS

BOULDER BLUE FESCUE

X

GOLDEN VARIEGATED JAPANESE FOREST GRASS

HELICTOTRI SEMP

BLUE OAT GRASS

HEUCHERA MICR PALACE PURPLE

CORAL BELLS

IMPERATA CYLIND RED BARON

JAPANESE BLOOD GRASS

STELLA D ORO DAYLILY

PURITY CANDY TUFT
HIDCOTE LAVENDER

MUNSTEAD LAVENDER

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

PINK PAMPASS GRASS
ELIJAH BLUE FESCUE

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

MISCANTHUS SIN COSMOPOLITAN

COSMOPOLITAN GRASS

X

X

X

X

MAIDEN GRASS

MORNING LIGHT GRASS

95

X
X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

AUTUMN LIGHT GRASS
CABARET GRASS

X

X

MISCANTHUS SIN AUTUMN LT

MISCANTHUS SIN MORNING LT

X

X

FESTUCA GLAUCA ELIJAH BLUE

MISCANTHUS SIN GRACILLIMUS

X

X

PURPLE CONE FLOWER

MISCANTHUS SIN CABARET

X

X

ECHINACEA PURP MAGNUS

LAVANDULA ANGUST MUNSTEAD

X

X

X

X

EVERGOLD SAGE

LAVANDULA ANGUST HIDCOTE

X

X

X

X

EMERALD GREEN ARBORVITAE

CAREX MORROWII EVERGOLD

IBERIS SEMP PURITY

X

X

BLUE CLIPS BELLFLOWER

HEMEROCALLIS STELLA ORO

X

X

CAMPANULA CARP BLUE CLIPS

HAKONECHLOA MACRA AUREOLA

X

X

X

X

PERENNIALS & ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

FESTUCA GLAUCA BOULDER BLUE

X

X

X

SARGENT HEMLOCK

CORTADERIA SELLOA ROSEA

X

X

X

TSUGA CANADENSIS

CALAMAGROSTIS X ACUT OVERDAM

X

X

X

WOODWARD ARBORVITAE

TSUGA CANADENSIS PENDULA

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

DK GRN ARBORVITAE

THUJA OC WOODWARDII

THUJA OCCIDENTALIS SMARAGD

X

X
X

X

X

MISCANTHUS SIN PUENKCHEN

Common Name
LITTLE DOT GRASS

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X

X

X

X

X

X

MISCANTHUS SIN STRICTUS

PORCUPINE GRASS

X

X

X

PENNISETUM ALOP

CHINESE FOUNTAIN GRASS

X

X

X

MISCANTHUS SIN VARIEGATUS
PENNISETUM ALOP HAMELN

VARIEGATED SILVER GRASS

X

DWARF FOUNTAIN GRASS

X

PENNISETUM ORIENTALE TALL TAIL

TALL TAIL GIANT FOUNTAIN GRASS

X

PHORMIUM TENAX PINK STRIPE

PINK STRIPE NEW ZEALAND FLAX

X

PENNISETUM ALOP ORIENTALE

PHORMIUM TENAX DUSKY CHIEF

ORIENTAL FOUNTAIN GRASS

X

DUSKY CHIEF NEW ZEALAND FLAX

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

PHORMIUM TENAX PLATTS BLACK

PLATTS BLACK NEW ZEALAND FLAX

X

PHORMIUM X YELLOW WAVE

YELLOW WAVE NEW ZEALAND FLAX

X

VIOLET SAGE

X

X

SEDUM TEL AUTUMN JOY

STONECROP

X

X

CLEMATIS H.F. YOUNG

H.F. YOUNG CLEMATIS

PHORMIUM TENAX SUNDOWNER
RUDBECKIA FUL GOLDSTURM
SALVIA SUPER MAY NIGHT

SEDUM SPURIUM DRAGON'S BLOOD
CLEMATIS DR. RUPPEL
CLEMATIS ASAO

SUNDOWNER NEW ZEALAND FLAX

X

CONEFLOWER

DRAGON'S BLOOD SEDUM

X

DR. RUPPEL CLEMATIS

X

ASAO CLEMATIS

X

JACKMANII CLEMATIS

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS AND BROADLEAF EVERGREENS
ABELIA GRA EDWARD GOUCHER

EDWARD GOUCHER ABELIA

ANDROMEDA POLIF BLUE ICE

BLUE ICE ANDROMEDA

X

X

KINNIKINNICK

X

X

ARCTOST UVA-URSI

ARCTOST UVA-URSI MASSACHUSETTS

BUMBLEBEE ABELIA

ARCTOSTAPHYLOS MANZANITA

BERBERIS THUNBERGII BONANZA GOLD

BONANZA GOLD BARBERRY

BERBERIS THUNBERGII HELMOND PILLAR

HELMOND PILLAR BARBERRY

BERBERIS THUNBERGII CRIMSON PYGMY

BERBERIS THUNBERGII ROYAL BURGUNDY
BERBERIS THU ROSE GLOW

BUDDELIA DAVIDII ADOKEEP

BUDDELIA DAVIDII BLACK KNIGHT

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X
X

X

X

CLEMATIS JACKMANII

ABELIA LONG BUMBLEBEE

X

X

X

X
X

X

CRIMSON PYGMY BARBERRY

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

ROYAL BURGUNDY BARBERRY

X

ROSE GLOW BARBERRY

X

ADONIS BUTTERFLY BUSH

X

X

BLACK KNIGHT BUTTERFLY BUSH

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X
X

X
X

ELLENS BLUE BUTTERFLY BUSH

X

X

X

BUDDELIA DAVIDII PEAKEEP

PEACOCK BUTTERFLY BUSH

X

X

X

WHITE PROFUSION BUTTERFLY BUSH

X

X

X

BUDDELIA DAVIDII PYRKEEP

BUDDELIA DAVIDII WHITE PROFUSION
BUXUS GREEN MOUNTAIN
BUXUS GREEN VELVET

OPERA BUTTERFLY BUSH

X

PURPLE EMPEROR BUTTERFLY BUSH
GREEN MOUNTAIN BOXWOOD
GREEN VELVET BOXWOOD

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

BUXUS MICRO KOREANA

KOREAN BOXWOOD

X

X

X

X

X

BUXUS MICRO WINTER GEM

WINTER GEM BOXWOOD

X

X

X

X

X

BUXUS MICRO

BUXUS MICRO WINTERGREEN

JULIA JANE BOXWOOD

WINTERGREEN BOXWOOD

X
X

BUXUS SEMPERVIRENS

COMMON BOXWOOD

X

BUXUS SEMP VARIEGATUS

VARIEGATED ENGLISH BOXWOOD

X

BUXUS SEMP SUFFRUTICOSA
CERCIS CANADENSIS

CERCIS CANADENSIS AVONDALE

CERCIS CANADENSIS FOREST PANSY

TRUE DWARF BOXWOOD

REDBUD

AVONDALE REDBUD

FOREST PANSY REDBUD

CERCIS TEXENSIS ‘OKLAHOMA’

OKLAHOMA REDBUD

COTONEASTER DAMMERI BEARBERRY

BEARBERRY COTONEASTER

COTONEASTER MICRO COOPERI

COOPERI COTONEASTER

COTONEASTER APICULATA CRANBERRY
COTONEASTER DAMMERI CORAL BEAUTY
CORNUS ALBA ELEGANTISSIMA
CORNUS ALBA IVORY HALO

CRANBERRY COTONEASTER

X
X

X

X
X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X

X

CORAL BEAUTY COTONEASTER

X

X

X

X

VARIEGATED DOGWOOD

X

X

X

X

IVORY HALO DOGWOOD

96

X
X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

BUDDELIA DAVIDII ELLENS BLUE
BUDDELIA DAVIDII OPERA

X

X
X

X
X

X
X

Common Name

CORNUS SANGUINEA

MIDWINTER FIRE

CORNUS STOL FLAVIRAMEA

YELLOW TWIG DOGWOOD

CORNUS STOL BAILEYII

COTINUS COGGY ROYAL PURPLE

RED TWIG DOGWOOD

ROYAL PURPLE SMOKE TREE

CORYLUS AVEL CONTORTA

CONTORTED FILBERT

CYTISUS PRAE HOLLANDIA

HOLLANDIA BROOM

CORYLUS AVELLANA ‘RED MAJESTIC’®
CYTISUS SCOP BURKWOOD

CYTISUS SCOP MOONLIGHT
DEUTZIA MAGICIAN

ERICA CARNEA MYERTOWN RUBY

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X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

BURKWOOD BROOM

X

X

X

MOONLIGHT BROOM

MAGICIAN DEUTZIA

X

X

X
X

ERICA DARLEYENSIS KRAEMER'S RED

KRAEMER'S RED HEATHER

X

ERICA DARLEYENSIS MED WHITE

MED WHITE HEATHER

X

EUONYMUS ALATUS FIREBALL

FIREBALL

EUONYMUS FORTUNEI EMERALD GAIETY

EMERALD GAIETY EUONYMUS

X

EUONYMUS FORTUNEI MOONSHADOW

MOONSHADOW EUONYMUS

X

EUONYMUS ALATA COMPACT

EUONYMUS FORTUNEI BLONDY

EUONYMUS FORTUNEI EMERALD N GOLD

PURPLE BELL HEATHER
MED PINK HEATHER
BURNING BUSH

BLONDY EUONYMUS- PW

X

VARIEGATED FORSYTHIA

X

GENISTA LYDIA

LYDIA BROOM

X

HAMAMELIS INTER DIANE

DIANE WITCH HAZEL

HAMAMELIS INTER ARNOLD PROMISE
HAMAMELIS INTER FIRECRACKER

ARNOLD PROMISE WITCH HAZEL

CHINESE WITCH HAZEL

X

HIBISCUS MOSCH THE CLOWN

HIBISCUS THE CLOWN

HIBISCUS MOSCH CRIMSON WONDER
HIBISCUS MOSCH LORD BALTIMORE

LORD BLUE HIBISCUS

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

HAMAMELIS MOLLIS PALLIDA
HIBISCUS LORD BLUE

X

X

X

COPPER BEAUTY WITCH HAZEL

X

X

X

FIRECRACKER WITCH HAZEL

HAMAMELIS INTER JELENA

X

X

X

EMERALD N' GOLD EUONYMUS
LYNWOOD GOLD

X

X

X

FORSYTHIA INTER FIESTA

FORSYTHIA INTER LYNWOOD GOLD

X

X

X

ERICA DARLEYENSIS MED PINK

X

RED MAJESTIC FILBERT

MYERTOWN RUBY HEATHER

ERICA CINEREA ATROPURPUREA

X

X
X

X

HIBISCUS CRIMSON WONDER

X

HIBISCUS LORD BALTIMORE

X

X

X

X

X

HIBISCUS MOSCH RUBY DOT

HIBISCUS RUBY DOT

X

X

HIBISCUS RED DOT

RED DOT HIBISCUS

X

X

HIBISCUS SYRIA APHRODITE

PINK HIBISCUS

HIBISCUS MOSCH SUPER ROSE
HIBISCUS SUPER BLUE

HIBISCUS SUPER ROSE

X

X

SUPER BLUE HIBISCUS

X

X

HIBISCUS SYRIA ARDENS

PURPLE HIBISCUS

X

X

X

HIBISCUS SYRIA JEAN D' ARC

WHITE HIBISCUS

X

X

X

HIBISCUS SYRIA BLUSHING BRIDE
HIBISCUS SYRIA LAVENDER CHIFFON

X

BLUSHING BRIDE HIBISCUS

X

LAVENDER CHIFFON HIBISCUS

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

HIBISCUS SYRIA LUCY

ROSE HIBISCUS

X

X

X

HIBISCUS SYRIA PAEONIFLORA

RED HIBISCUS

X

X

X

X

X

HIBISCUS SYRIA MINERVA

LAVENDER HIBISCUS

X

X

HIBISCUS SYRIA RED HEART

WHITE HIBISCUS

X

X

HIBISCUS SYRIA VIOLET SATIN

VIOLET SATIN HIBISCUS

X

X

HIBISCUS SYRIA BLUE SATIN

HIBISCUS SYRIA SATIN BLUSH

BLUE SATIN HIBISCUS

BLUSH SATIN HIBISCUS

HIBISCUS SYRIA SATIN ROSE

ROSE SATIN HIBISCUS

HYDRANGEA ANOM PETIOLARIS

CLIMBING HYDRANGEA

HIBISCUS SYRIA WHT CHIFFON

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

ANNABELLE HYDRANGEA

X

HYDRANGEA MACROPHYLLA 'BERLIN RABE'

CITYLINE™ BERLIN

X

X

X

HYDRANGEA MAC ENDLESS SUMMER

ENDLESS SUMMER HYDRANGEA

X

X

X

HYDRANGEA MAC BLUE LACECAP

HYDRANGEA MAC GLOWING EMBERS

WHITE DOME HYDRANGEA
BLUE LACECAP HYDRANGEA
GLOWING EMBERS

97

X

X
X

X

X

X

HYDRANGEA ARBORESCENS WHITE DOME

X

X

WHT CHIFFON HIBISCUS

HYDRANGEA ARBORESCENS ANNABELLE

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

X
X
X

X

X

Common Name

HYDRANGEA MAC IZU NO HANA

IZU NO HANA HYDRANGEA

HYDRANGEA MAC NIKKO BLUE

NIKKO BLUE HYDRANGEA

HYDRANGEA MAC MERRITT SUPREME
HYDRANGEA MACROPHYLLA 'PARIS RAPA'

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X

X

MERRIT SUPREME HYDRANGEA

X

X

CITYLINE™ PARIS

X

X

X

X

HYDRANGEA MAC PARZIFAL

PARZIFAL HYDRANGEA

X

X

HYDRANGEA MAC PINK BEAUTY

PINK BEAUTY

X

X

HYDRANGEA MAC PK LACECAP

HYDRANGEA MAC SISTER THERESE

PINK LACECAP HYDRANGEA

X

X

HYDRANGEA MAC UNIQUE

HYDRANGEA UNIQUE

X

X

HYDRANGEA MACROPHYLLA VIENNA RAWI'

CITYLINE™ VIENNA

X

X

HYDRANGEA MACROPHYLLA 'VENICE RAVEN'

TOKYO DELIGHT HYDRANGEA
CITYLINE™ VENICE

X

HYDRANGEA MAC WHITE LACECAP

WHITE LACECAP HYDRANGEA

HYDRANGEA PANICULATA GRANDIFLORA

PEE GEE HYDRANGEA

HYDRANGEA MIDORIBOSHI TEMARI

KYUSHU HYDRANGEA

HYDRANGEA PANICULATA PINK DIAMOND

HYDRANGEA PINK DIAMOND

HYDRANGEA PANICULATA PINKY WINKY™
HYDRANGEA PANICULATA QUICK FIRE®

X

HYDRANGEA MIDIRIBOSHI TEMARI

HYDRANGEA PANICULATA KYUSHU

HYDRANGEA PANICULATA LIMELIGHT

X

X

PINKY WINKY HYDRANGEA

QUICK FIRE HYDRANGEA

X

BLUE GIRL HOLLY

X

ILEX BLUE PRINCE
ILEX CHINA BOY

ILEX CHINA GIRL

VARIEGATED ST. JOHNS WORT
BLUE PRINCESS HOLLY
BLUE MAID HOLLY

BLUE PRINCE HOLLY
CHINA GIRL HOLLY

X
X
X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

KALMIA NATHAN HALE

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

KALMIA TIDDLYWINKS

X

X

LIGUSTRUM VICARYI

GOLD VICARY PRIVET

X

X

MAGNILIA SUSAN

SUSAN MAGNOLIA

X

X

PHOTINIA X FRASERI CASSINI

PINK MARBLE PHOTINIA

PIERIS DOROTHY WYKOFF

DOROTHY WYKOFF ANDROMEDA

KALMIA SNOWDRIFT

X

RAINBOW LEUCOTHOE

LEONARD MESSEL MAGNOLIA
RED TIP PHOTINIA

PURPLE NINEBARK

X

X

FLAMING SILVER ANDROMEDA

X

PIERIS JAPONICA SCARLET O'HARA

SCARLET O'HARA ANDROMEDA

X

PIERIS JAPONICA VALLEY FIRE

VALLEY FIRE ANDROMEDA

MT. FIRE ANDROMEDA

VALLEY ROSE ANDROMEDA

VALLEY VALENTINE ANDROMEDA

PIERIS TAI SNOWDRIFT

SNOWDRIFT ANDROMEDA

POTENTILLA F DAY DAWN

DAY DAWN POTENTILLA

ABBOTTSWOOD POTENTILLA
GOLD FINGER POTENTILLA

98

X
X

X
X
X

PIERIS FLAMING SILVER

POTENTILLA F GOLD FINGER

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

KALMIA TIDDLYWINKS

POTENTILLA F ABOTTSWOOD

X

X

X

X

X

PIERIS JAP VALLEY VALENTINE

X

X

X

X

X

PIERIS JAPONICA VALLEY ROSE

X

X

KALMIA OLYMPIC FIRE

PIERIS JAPONICA MT. FIRE

X

X

KALMIA OLYMPIC FIRE

PHYSOCARPUS OP DIABLO

X

X

X

KALMIA MINUET

PHOTINIA X FRASERI

X

KALMIA LITTLE LINDA

KALMIA MINUET

MAGNOLIA LOEBNERI LEONARD MESSEL

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

LEUCOTHOE FONT RAINBOW

X

X

KALMIA HEART OF FIRE

KALMIA SNOWDRIFT

X

X

KALMIA HEART OF FIRE
KALMIA NATHAN HALE

X

X

X

X

KALMIA LITTLE LINDA

X

X

KALMIA ELF

KALMIA GALAXY

X

X

KALMIA ELF

LITTLE HENRY ITEA

X

X

X

CHINA BOY HOLLY

X

X

DWARF JAPANESE HOLLY

KALMIA GALAXY

X

X

X

ILEX CRENATA CONVEXA
ITEA VIRGINICA SPRICH

X

X

BLUE BOY HOLLY

ILEX BLUE MAID

X

X

ILEX BLUE BOY

ILEX BLUE GIRL

X

LIMELIGHT HYDRANGEA

TARDIVA HYDRANGEA

ILEX BLUE PRINCESS

X

X

HYDRANGEA PANICULATA TARDIVA

HYPERICUM MOSERANUM TRICOLOR

X

X

SISTER THERESE HYDRANGEA

HYDRANGEA MAC TOKYO DELIGHT

X

X

X

X

X

X

Common Name

POTENTILLA F GOLD STAR

GOLD STAR POTENTILLA

POTENTILLA F MANGO TANGO

MANGO TANGO POTENTILLA

POTENTILLA F KLONDIKE

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KLONDIKE POTENTILLA

X

X

X

X

X

POTENTILLA F PK BEAUTY

PINK BEAUTY POTENTILLA

POTENTILLA F SCARLET

SCARLET POTENTILLA

X

TANGERINE POTENTILLA

X

POTENTILLA F RED SUNSET
POTENTILLA F SUTTER'S GOLD
POTENTILLA F TANGERINE

X

RED SUNSET POTENTILLA

SUTTER'S GOLD POTENTILLA

PRUNUS LAUR COMPACTA

COMPACT ENGLISH LAUREL

X

PRUNUS LUSITANICA

PORTUGESE LAUREL

RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'ELSIE LEE'

AZALEA

PRUNUS LAUR OTTO LUYKEN
PRUNUS SCHIPKAENSIS

OTTO LUYKEN LAUREL
SKIP LAUREL

RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'GIRARDS FUSCHIA' AZALEA

RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'GIRARDS PLEASANT WHITE' AZALEA
RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'GUMPO PINK'
RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'HAHN'S RED'

AZALEA

AZALEA

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X
X
X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'ROSEBUD'

AZALEA

X

X

AZALEA

X

X

AZALEA

RHODODENDRON AZALEA 'MANDARIN LIGHTS'

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'JOHANNA'

AZALEA

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'NIKKO'

X

X

RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'HARDIJZER'S BEAUTY' AZALEA

RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'HINO WHITE DWARF' AZALEA

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON AZALEA JAPONICA 'GIRARDS HOTSHOT' AZALEA

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'BALI'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'BIKINI'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'BOULE DE NEIGE'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'FIRESTORM'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'EDITH BOSLEY'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'BARMSTEDT'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'BESSE HOWELLS'

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X

X

AZALEA
AZALEA

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON AZALEA 'ORCHID LIGHTS'
RHODODENDRON AZALEA 'WHITE LIGHTS'

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

RHODODENDRON 'HACHMANN'S CHARMANT'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'NEPAL'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'LEE'S DARK PURPLE'
RHODODENDRON 'NORMAN BEHRING'

RHODODENDRON

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'PERCY WISEMAN'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'PETER TIGERSTEDT'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'PJM ELITE'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'SCARLET ROMANCE'

RHODODENDRON

X

X

X

X

X

X

RHODODENDRON 'PETER BEHRING'
RHODODENDRON 'PJM COMPACTA'
RHODODENDRON 'ROCKET'

RHODODENDRON 'SPRING PARADE'
RHODODENDRON 'SUMMER GLOW'

RHODODENDRON
RHODODENDRON

RHODODENDRON
RHODODENDRON

RHODODENDRON

SAMBUCUS NIGRA BLACK BEAUTY

BLACK BEAUTY SAMBUCUS

SORBARIA SORBIFOLIA

ASH LEAF SPIRAEA

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CRISPA SPIRAEA

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SPIRAEA X BUM FIRELIGHT

FIRELIGHT SPIRAEA

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SPIRAEA X BUM GOLDFLAME

GOLDFLAME SPIRAEA

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NEON FLASH SPIRAEA

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SARCOCOCCA HUMILIS

SPIRAEA X BUM ANTH WATERER
SPIRAEA X BUM CRISPA

SPIRAEA X BUM FLAMING MOUND
SPIRAEA X BUM FROBELLI

SPIRAEA X BUM GOLDMOUND
SPIRAEA X BUM NEON FLASH

SPIRAEA FRIT PINK PARASOLS

SARCOCOCCA HUMILIS

ANTHONY WATERER SPIRAEA
FLAMING MOUND SPIRAEA

FROBELLI SPIRAEA

GOLDMOUND SPIRAEA
PINK PARASOLS SPIRAEA

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Common Name

SPIRAEA JAPONICA DAKOTA GOLD CHARM

DAKOTA GOLD CHARM SPIRAEA

SPIRAEA JAPONICA LEMON PRINCESS

LEMON PRINCESS SPIRAEA

SPIRAEA JAPONICA LITTLE PRINCESS
SPIRAEA JAPONICA MAGIC CARPET
SPIRAEA JAPONICA SHIROBANA
SPIRAEA NIP SNOWMOUND

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MAGIC CARPET SPIRAEA

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SNOWMOUND SPIRAEA

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SHIROBANA SPIRAEA

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LUDWIG SPAETH LILAC

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SYRINGA PATULA MISS KIM

MISS KIM LILAC

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SYRINGA RETICUL IVORY SILK

IVORY SILK LILAC

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KRATAVITSA MOSKY LILAC

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DWARF KOREAN LILAC

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LACINIATA LILAC

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JAPANESE TREE LILAC

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SYRINGA SESQUICENTENNIAL

SESQUICENTENNIAL LILAC

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SYRINGA VULGARIS ADELADE DUNBAR

ADELADE DUNBAR LILAC

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SYRINGA VULGARIS BELL DE NANCY

SYRINGA VULGARIS DWIGHT EISENHOWER

COMMON LILAC

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ATHELINE WILBUR LILAC

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BELL DE NANCY LILAC

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DWIGHT EISENHOWER LILAC

SYRINGA VUL EDWARD J. GARDNER

EDWARD J. GARDNER LILAC

SYRINGA VULGARIS FATHER JOHN FIALA

FATHER JOHN FIALA LILAC

SYRINGA VULGARIS FIALA REMEMBRANCE

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X

FIALA REMEMBRANCE LILAC

X

SYRINGA VULGARIS LEON GAMBETTI

LEON GAMBETTI LILAC

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SYRINGA VULGARIS LINCOLN

PRESIDENT LINCOLN LILAC

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SYRINGA VULGARIS MADAME LEMOINE

MADAM LEMOINE LILAC

SYRINGA VULGARIS LETHA E. HOUSE

SYRINGA VULGARIS LITTLE BOY BLUE

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LETHA E. HOUSE LILAC

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LITTLE BOY BLUE LILAC

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SYRINGA VULGARIS MONGE

MONGE LILAC

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SYRINGA VULGARIS MONTGOMERY

MONTGOMERY LILAC

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SYRINGA VULGARIS GREVY

PRESIDENT GREVY LILAC

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VIBURNUM BURKWOODII

BURKWOOD VIBURNUM

SYRINGA VULGARIS MONTAIGNE

SYRINGA VULGARIS POCAHONTAS
SYRINGA VULGARIS SENSATION

MONTAIGNE LILAC

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POCAHONTAS LILAC
SENSATION LILAC

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VIBURNUM CARLCEPHALUM

CARLEPHALUM VIBURNUM

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VIBURNUM DAVIDII

DAVIDII VIBURNUM

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MOHICAN VIBURNUM

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VIBURNUM CARLESII COMPACT
VIBURNUM ESKIMO

VIBURNUM LANTANA MOHICAN
VIBURNUM OP ROSEUM

COMPACT KOREAN SPICE VIBURNUM

ESKIMO VIBURNUM

COMMON SNOWBALL VIBURNUM

DOUBLEFILE VIBURNUM

VINCA BOWLES

BOWLES PERIWINKLE

WEIGELA FLORIDA BRISTOL RUBY
WEIGELA FLORIDA JAVA RED

WEIGELA FLORIDA MIDNIGHT WINE

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X

VIBURNUM TOMENTOSUM MARIESII
VIBURNUM UTILE CHESAPEAKE

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SYRINGA LUDWIG SPAETHII

SYRINGA VULGARIS ATHELINE WILBUR

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MAIDEN'S BLUSH LILAC

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SYRINGA VULGARIS

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KATH HAVERMEYER LILAC

SYRINGA RETICUL JAPANESE TREE

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SUNDAY LILAC

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SYRINGA KATH HAVERMEYER

SYRINGA PERSICA LACINIATA

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BLANCHE SWEET LILAC

SYRINGA MEYERI PALIBINIANA

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SYRINGA HYACINTHIFLORA BLANCHE SWEET
SYRINGA KRATAVITSA MOSKVY

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CHARLES JOLY LILAC

SYRINGA HYACINTHIFLORA MAIDEN'S BLUSH

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LIT PRINCESS SPIRAEA

SYRINGA CHARLES JOLY

SYRINGA CHINENSIS SUNDAY

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Latin Name

CHESAPEAKE VIBURNUM
BRISTOL RUBY WEIGELA
JAVA RED WEIGELA

MIDNIGHT WINE WEIGELA

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WEIGELA FLORIDA 'BRAMWELL' FINE WINE™

FINE WINE WEIGELA

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WEIGELA FLORIDA 'MY MONET™'

MY MONET WEIGELA

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WEIGELA FLORIDA MINUET

MINUET WEIGELA

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WEIGELA FLORIDA POLKA

POLKA WEIGELA

WEIGELA FLORIDA TANGO

TANGO WEIGELA

WEIGELA FLORIDA WINE & ROSES

WINE & ROSES WEIGELA

WEIGELA FLORIDA RED PRINCE
WEIGELA FLORIDA VARIEGATUS

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RED PRINCE WEIGELA

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VARIEGATED WEIGELA

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WHOLESALE NURSERY, INC.
P.O. Box 645 • Gresham, Oregon 97030
11251 S.E. 232nd Avenue • Damascus, Oregon 97089

503/658-5181 • FAX 503/658-6324
e-mail: sales@leogentrynursery.com

ORDER FORM

Date____________________________________________
Firm Name _____________________________________________________

Phone ( _______________ ) ___________________________

Address ________________________________________ City _________________________________ State_________ Zip ____________
Quantity

Variety

Size

Grade

SHIP PLANTS ON OR ABOUT_______________________________________

Price

Total

WHOLESALE NURSERY, INC.
P.O. Box 645 • Gresham, Oregon 97030
11251 S.E. 232nd Avenue • Damascus, Oregon 97089

503/658-5181 • FAX 503/658-6324
e-mail: sales@leogentrynursery.com

ORDER FORM

Date____________________________________________
Firm Name _____________________________________________________

Phone ( _______________ ) ___________________________

Address ________________________________________ City _________________________________ State_________ Zip ____________
Quantity

Variety

Size

Grade

SHIP PLANTS ON OR ABOUT_______________________________________

Price

Total

WHOLESALE NURSERY, INC.
P.O. Box 645 • Gresham, Oregon 97030
11251 S.E. 232nd Avenue • Damascus, Oregon 97089

503/658-5181 • FAX 503/658-6324
e-mail: sales@leogentrynursery.com

ORDER FORM

Date____________________________________________
Firm Name _____________________________________________________

Phone ( _______________ ) ___________________________

Address ________________________________________ City _________________________________ State_________ Zip ____________
Quantity

Variety

Size

Grade

SHIP PLANTS ON OR ABOUT_______________________________________

Price

Total

CREDIT APPLICATION

P.O. Box 645 • Gresham, Oregon 97030
11251 S.E. 232nd Avenue • Damascus, Oregon 97089
503/658-5181 • FAX 503/658-6324
e-mail: sales@leogentrynursery.com

WHOLESALE NURSERY, INC.

Firm Name _______________________________________

Phone ( _____ ) __________________ FAX ( _____ ) _____________________

Address ________________________________________ City_____________________________ State __________ Zip _______________
Organization:

n Proprietorship

n Corporation

n Partnership

Year Established________________________

We are required to submit 5 references to our bank before approval.
To help expedite processing, please include fax number for all references. Thank you.
Plant purchases trade references:
Firm Name _______________________________________

Phone ( _____ ) __________________ FAX ( _____ ) _____________________

Address ________________________________________ City_____________________________ State __________ Zip _______________
Firm Name _______________________________________

Phone ( _____ ) __________________ FAX ( _____ ) _____________________

Address ________________________________________ City_____________________________ State __________ Zip _______________
Firm Name _______________________________________

Phone ( _____ ) __________________ FAX ( _____ ) _____________________

Address ________________________________________ City_____________________________ State __________ Zip _______________
Firm Name _______________________________________

Phone ( _____ ) __________________ FAX ( _____ ) _____________________

Address ________________________________________ City_____________________________ State __________ Zip _______________
Firm Name _______________________________________

Phone ( _____ ) __________________ FAX ( _____ ) _____________________

Address ________________________________________ City_____________________________ State __________ Zip _______________
Bank References:
Bank Name _________________________________________________

Your Account #__________________________________________

Address ________________________________________ City_____________________________ State __________ Zip _______________
Contact Person _________________________________________________

Phone ( __________ ) ________________________________

ALL INFORMATION SUBMITTED WILL BE HELD IN STRICTEST CONFIDENCE.
Applicant hereby agrees to pay service charges of 1.5 % per month on all accounts outstanding more than thirty days. In the event that it becomes
necessary to enforce payment, applicant agrees to pay all collection, attorney, and/or court costs incurred by seller in such action, and service
charges at the rate of 1.5 % per month on all amounts found due and payable. Applicant further agrees that if suit is necessary , such suit will be
brought in Clackamas County, Oregon. Applicant further agrees to abide by all other terms stated in seller catalog.

I hereby certify the foregoing to be true to the best of my knowledge.
Signature of Authorized Officer _______________________________________________________________ Date ______________________
Please Print Your Name _________________________________________________________________________________________________
PERSONAL GUARANTEE
I, _______________________________________________ hereby personally guarantee any and all credit extended to my company. I will be personally
responsible and liable for all balances due, including costs of collections, should that become necessary.

Signature__________________________________________________ Print Name_________________________________________________
Date________________________ Email___________________________________________ Home Phone_____________________________
Owner’s Address________________________________________________________________________________________________________
*This document also authorizes Leo Gentry Nursery to fax or email our company.
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LEO GENTRY WHOLESALE NURSERY, INC.
PO Box 645 · Gresham, Oregon 97030
11251 S.E. 232nd Avenue · Damascus, Oregon 97089
Phone 503-658-5181 · Fax 503-658-6324 · sales@leogentrynursery.com
www.leogentrynursery.com