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  • 2015 Wholesale Catalog2015 Wholesale Catalog

    Pinky Winky HydrangeaHydrangea paniculata DVPpinkyPP#16166

    Bruns Weeping Serbian SprucePicea omorika Pendula Bruns

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    Shrubs

    Trees

    Oregon Pride continues to seek out new and improved plant selections to oer our independent garden centers. We are currently excited about the items below that we are testing and oering for 2015.

    We are always interested in your inputs and new varieties. Contact us with any new or interesting items you wish Oregon Pride to consider.

    Berberis thun. Golden Ruby ................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Berberis thun. Crimson Ruby ..............................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Berberis thun. Midnight Ruby ............................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Berberis thun. Lutin Rouge ......................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Cotoneaster Lucidus...............................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Hydrangea mac. Pistachio ........................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Hydrangea pan. Fire & Ice ........................................................................................................................................................Zone 3Physocarpus Burgundy Candy ...............................................................................................................................................Zone 3Physocarpus Lemon Candy .....................................................................................................................................................Zone 3Rose, Drift Red ............................................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Rose, Drift Apricot .....................................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Spirea Super Star ..................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Weigela, Merlot Rose .................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4

    Betula nigra Shiloh Splash #10 ............................................................................................................................................................Zone 3Cornus alternifolia #10 ............................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Malus Tina Weeping STD #15 ..............................................................................................................................................................Zone 3Nyssa Wildre #15 GB............................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Ostrya virginiana #15 GB ........................................................................................................................................................................Zone 3Oxydendron arboreum #15 GB ............................................................................................................................................................Zone 6

    Abies, Concolor Fastigata......................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Abies, Douglas NDSU Royal Splendor..............................................................................................................................................Zone 4Juniper chin. Saybrook Gold................................................................................................................................................................Zone 5Juniper chin. Mountbatten...................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Juniper chin. Trautman..........................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Juniper scop. Snow Flurries..................................................................................................................................................................Zone 3Juniper virginiana Red Cedar...............................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Picea omorika Skytrails..........................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Picea pungens Candlelight...................................................................................................................................................................Zone 3Pinus koraiensis Silver Ray....................................................................................................................................................................Zone 3Pinus strobus Niagara Falls Low..........................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Thuja occidentalis Fire Chief................................................................................................................................................................Zone 3Thuja occidentalis Janed Gold.............................................................................................................................................................Zone 4

    Conifers

    Spirea Super Star ..................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Spirea Super Star ..................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Spirea Super Star ..................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Spirea Super Star ..................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4Spirea Super Star ..................................................................................................................................................................Zone 4

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    NEW ITEMS FOR 2015

  • NURSERIES,INC.New Items for 2015 ............................................2

    Thank You/Web Information ...............................3Terms and Conditions .........................................4Evergreens .....................................................5-15Shrubs ..........................................................16-24Grasses .........................................................25-26Small Fruits ........................................................27Trees .............................................................28-33Zone Map/Trade Shows ....................................34Marketing Tools ................................................35Special Products ................................................36Our People and Products ............................37-38Selected Previews of 2015 ................................39Directions ........................................... Back Cover

    To Our Valued Customers;

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    Our Mission is to be a topquality, consistent supplier, ofcold hardy plant material tothe independent retailer,upscale garden center, and rewholesalers.

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    With the passing of another year, everyone here at Oregon Pride is thankful and appreciative of the continued support and loyalty that we have been blessed with. We continue to work very hard to earn that support, and value the business you have entrusted to us. While other nurseries have cut programs and production, we have increased our production numbers, added larger sizes, and continue to offer new items and different assortments. We have added many new unique grafted conifers to the product mix, and have added both #5 pot (lower price sizes) & the #25 pot (landscape sizes) to our list. Also notice the many new branded items; Proven Winner, Ball, First Edition, Plant Haven, and Upshoots selections have all been added to our program in both #2 and #5 sizes. Both our #2 pot grass line-up, and our #3 pot small fruit assortment have been increased with new varieties and added production. As always, we promise to keep seeking new products and focus on sending out the quality you require and competitive pricing you need. We have kept our commitment to only sell the independent garden centers and re-wholesale nurseries. We continue to believe our future is 100% dependent on your success and your ability to compete with the big box stores. All here hope you will enjoy our new catalog, and will allow Oregon Pride Nurseries to grow with your future business plans.

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    Terms & Conditions Prices: All prices are FOB McMinnville, Oregon. Prices herein are for the wholesale trade only. Prices are effective through the calendar year of January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015, but are subject to change without prior notice. Minimum Ship Quantity: To maintain our commitment to keep prices as competitive as possible and minimize future price increases we request that minimum ship quantities be met. Special arrangement must be made prior to shipping on quantities less than minimums.

    #2 / #3 / #5 pot 10 per item #6 / #7 / #10 pot 5 per item #15 / #20 / #25 pot 2 per item

    Terms: Standard terms are cash in advance of shipment. Visa & MasterCard will be accepted as payment, subject to a 3% service fee. Accounts with approved credit and a prior years invoiced volume less than $10,000 are eligible for a 2% discount, if invoices are paid within 10 days of the invoice date. Invoices paid with Visa are not eligible for the 2% discount. Invoices not paid within terms will forfeit any discount. Customers with a prior year invoiced volume greater than $10,000 will be invoiced according to the following volume discount schedule:

    $ 10,000 - $ 24,999 5% $ 25,000 - $ 49,999 7% $ 50,000 - $ 99,999 10% $100,000 - $149,999 15% $150,000 - $200,000 20%

    In order to receive these discounts all invoices must be paid within 30 days of the invoice date. If invoices are not paid in the specified terms all discounts will be forfeited. Conditions of Sale: OPN warrants only that the plant material is true to variety name. All claims regarding damages, plant size, plant conditions, and/or loading errors must be noted on the shipping document, signed by the carrier, and mailed back to OPN within five working days. Liability to OPN will not exceed purchase price of the claimed product. All product pulled for shipping and left on dock will be subject to a restocking charge. Multiple Shipments & Blanket Orders: We encourage orders to be split into several deliveries, but request that all material be shipped in a timely basis. OPN also requests that all blanket orders be properly broken down into designated ship dates by FEB. 1st. All product from the later requested ship dates must be shipped by June 30. OPN will reserve the right to cancel orders and items that are being held past the designated original ship date. All ES and LS confirmed quantities must be scheduled by 6/1 and shipped by 6/30; this includes all blanket orders. Failure to clean up these orders on timely basis will cause possible forfeiture of future discounts and blanket orders. Shipping: OPN will arrange for shipping upon your request. All scheduled drops will be subject to both freight charges and drop charges. Please allow for a minimum of 5 days advance notice for proper order processing.

    Customer Pick Up: We welcome customers who wish to schedule their own shipping. Please review the customer pick-up policies:

    Allow enough footage for your staged order, thus preventing product left behind, and restocking fees. Allow a minimum of 5 days notice prior to your trucks arrival Require your driver to have proper load locking devices. All product pulled for pick-up and left on the loading dock will be charged a 5% restocking fee Orders pulled and held 5 days past the scheduled pick-up date will be subject to a 5% restocking fee.

    Order Confirmation Process: All orders received up to the September 14th deadline will be confirmed in the first round of confirmations. Previous years customers and confirmed quantities will receive first priority. After September 14th all accepted orders will be confirmed in the order they are received. All orders will be subject to a final confirmation process in mid November when fall inventory adjustments are finalized.

    Minimum Orders: We require a minimum shippable order of 5 feet of truck volume, or approximately $2,500.00. Minimum quantities of 10 pieces for #2 / #3 / #5 and 5 pieces for #6 / #7 / #10, and 2 pieces for #15 / #20 / #25 will be required. An extra pulling charge will be accessed for orders with less than the minimum quantities. Winter Storage Discount: OPN offers a winter storage-early spring program. This allows qualified orders of over $10,000 shipped October 1 to December 30, to receive April 1st dating, and a 5% discount. Freight charges must be paid within 30 days of the actual shipment. Customer is responsible for winter protection, and assumes any weather-related losses. Contract-Growing: OPN has a contract-growing program, which provides those, who participate and qualify, additional discounts and reservation opportunities. Contact an OPN representative for further information.

    ALL Shade & Ornamental Trees must ship by May 15th

  • Abies balsamea var. phanerolepisCanaan FirZone 4 45 H x 20-25 WFull body with straight upright growth habit. Needles are slightly silver variegated, short in size. Good adaptability to harsh conditions. Canaan is a cross between Fraser and Balsam Fir.

    #5 30-36 h $18.00#15 4-5 h $54.00#25 6 h $78.00

    Abies concolor FastigataColumnar Concolor FirZone 4 30 H x 10-15 WUpright blue concolor fir that maintains very full tight body. The soft blue needles provides a great corner plant selection for limited space landscapes.

    #15 4-5 h $64.00

    Abies concolor Prides SelectPrides Select Concolor FirZone 4 50 H x 30-40 WUpright, dense, formal concolor that holds its shape well with age. Selected for its consistent blue foliage. Slow to medium growth rate.

    #5 24-30 h $38.00

    Abies koreana Horstmanns SilberlockeHortsmanns Silberlocke Korean FirZone 5 15-25 H x 6-10 WIrregular branching bears slightly curved, bright blue needles with silver-white undersides. Slow growing. Bright purple early cones.#6 24-30 h $42.00#10 36-42 h $58.00

    Abies lasiocarpa arizonica Glauca CompactaDwarf Corkbark FirZone 3 8-10 H x 5-6 WFull compact body, slow growing. Nice blue needles, and interesting cream white, thick corky bark that with age becomes more upright.#6 24-30 h $40.00#10 36-42 h $54.00

    Cedrus atlantica glaucaBlue Atlas CedarZone 5 40-60 H x 30-40 WSoft colorful blue upright cedar. Adds both texture and color to any landscape. Straight upright form requires little to no maintenance.

    #10 6-7 h $58.00

    Cedrus atlantica glauca Pendula - SerpentineWeeping Blue Atlas CedarZone 5 8-10 H x 6-8 WColorful, weeping evergreen conifer trained into a serpentine form. Icy-blue needles clothe the branches. Outstanding addition to the landscape.#10 Weeping 5-6 h $58.00

    Cedrus atlantica HorstmannHorstmann Blue Atlas CedarZone 5 8-10 H x 5-6 WThis upright, slow growing evergreen has beautiful blue needles, and makes an interesting addition to the landscape. Works well in smaller spaces, and for screening.

    #10 5-6 h $58.00

    Cedrus deodara AureaGolden Deodar CedarZone 5 25-35 H x 15 WPyramidal grower with golden-yellow new growth maturing to a more golden-green. Eye-catching, large, landscape specimen.

    #6 30-36 h $28.00#10 5-7 h $50.00

    Cedrus deodara EisregenBlue Himalayan CedarZone 4 10 H x 5 WA very hardy conifer that provides excellent structure and vertical elements to the home or commercial landscape. Foliage color and needle spacing create a wispy, organic look, perfect for an informal border.

    #10 5-6 h $54.00

    Cedrus deodara Electric BlueElectric Blue Himalyan CedarZone 5 8-10 H x 5-6 WVery dense pyramidal evergreen shrub with glittery blue foliage. Considered the best blue cedar.

    #10 5-6 h $50.00

    Cedrus deodara Karl FuchsKarl Fuchs Himalayan CedarZone 5 12-15 H x 4-5 WAttractive and unique conifer with bright blue new growth, maturing to green. The upright habit adds vertical interest to landscapes.

    #10 5-6 h $50.00

    Cedrus deodara Prostrate BeautyDwarf Blue Deodar CedarZone 5 2 H x 8 WLow growing, spreading evergreen shrub with steel-blue foliage. Good for hillside or berm plantings.

    #6 15-18 spd $32.00

    Chamaecyparis nootkatensis PendulaWeeping Alaska CypressZone 5 35 H x 20 WGraceful weeping form. Trunk will remain straight through maturity. Grayish-green flattened needles give off an odor when crushed.#10 4-5 h $48.00#15 6-7 h $58.00#25 7-8 h $72.00

    Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana GracilisDwarf Hinoki CypressZone 5 5 H x 4 WDense evergreen shrub with dark green foliage that holds its color well through winter. Very slow growth requires minimum pruning.#5 15-18 h $38.00#7 18-24 h $48.00#6 STD 28 STD/12 spd $42.00#10 STD 28 STD/15 spd $54.00

    Chamaecyparis pisifera Baby BlueBaby Blue Cypress Zone 4 6-7 H x 4 WDense growing evergreen shrub with unique, bright silvery foliage. Nice interest and contrast to landscape plantings or containers.

    #6 24-30 h $20.00#10 3-4 h $50.00

    Cedrus deodara Electric Blue Cedrus deodara Prostrate Beauty Chamaecyparis noot. PendulaChamaecyparis o. Nana

    (Standard)

    Cedrus deodara AureaAbies l.a. Glauca CompactaAbies k. Horstmanns SilberlockeAbies concolor Fastigata

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  • Juniperus communis Gold Cone

    Juniperus chinensis Sea Green

    Chamaecyparis pisifera Sungold

    Chamaecyparis pisifera Kings GoldKings Gold CypressZone 4 2 H x 3-4 WFine lacy looking foliage tipped with gold. Bright yellow foliage that does not fade with the season. Low spreading mop top.

    #2 12-15 spd $14.00#5 15-18 spd $18.00#7 18-24 spd $26.00

    Chamaecyparis pisifera SungoldSungold Threadleaf CypressZone 4 4-6 H x 4-6 WMounding, globose to broadly conical, dwarf evergreen shrub which features golden, fine-textured, thread-like foliage on stringy, weeping branches. New growth foliage emerges bright gold but eventually matures to lime green.#2 12-15 spd $12.00#5 15-18 spd $16.00#7 24-30 spd $26.00#6 STD 34 STD/ 12 spd $42.00#10 STD 34 STD/ 18 spd $52.00

    Chamaecyparis thyoides HeatherbunHeather Bun Cedar (Standard)Zone 4 3-4 STD x 3-4 WDense compact evergreen tree with soft, feathery bluish-green foliage that turns a deep, intense purple color in winter. Artfully pruned to a standard. Great accent or in groupings.#6 STD 34 STD/15 spd $40.00#10 STD 34 STD/ 24 spd $50.00

    Juniperus chinensis Daubs FrostedDaubs Frosted JuniperZone 5 2-3 H x 3-4 WGolden yellow new growth contrasts with the older blue-green foliage. Low growing, often groundcover use. Gives that tabletop look.

    #3 15-18 spd $13.00#6 STD 34 STD/ 12-15 spd $38.00#10 STD 34 STD/ 18-24 spd $54.00

    Juniperus chinensis Hetzii Glauca Pom-PomHetz Pom-Pom JuniperZone 4 4-5 WThis hardy blue juniper has been pruned into 5-8 balls. Provide a unique ornamental feature.

    #10 (5-8 stems) 30-36 spd $58.00

    Juniperus chinensis MountbattenMountbatten JuniperZone 4 8-10 H x 3-4 WDense, deep green foliage highlights the upright narrow evergreen. Outstanding as a screen, windbreak, or specimen plant for the landscape.

    #6 36-42 h $30.00#15 5-6 h $54.00

    Juniperus chinensis Saybrook GoldSaybrook Gold JuniperZone 4 3-4 H x 4-5 WFull body, low spreading juniper. The soft texture and bright yellow color offer value to any landscape.

    #3 15-18 spd $13.50#6 STD 34 STD/ 12-15 spd $38.00

    Juniperus chinensis Sea GreenSea Green JuniperZone 4 4-6 H x 4-6 WArching branches of dark-green foliage. Foliage darkens in winter. Hardy for the toughest of northern winters.

    #3 15-18 spd $12.00#5 18-24 spd $16.50

    Juniperus chinensis SpartanSpartan JuniperZone 4 15 H x 5 WDensely branched, pyramidal evergreen with deep green foliage. Outstanding as a screen, windbreak, or specimen plant for the landscape.

    #6 36-42 h $30.00

    Juniperus communis Gold ConeGold Cone JuniperZone 5 10 H x 3-4 WSlow growing evergreen with new growth emerging with gold highlights and holding this color into fall. Columnar form adds vertical interest to the landscape.

    #6 30-36 h $36.00

    Juniperus horizontalis Blue ChipBlue Chip JuniperZone 3 10 H x 3-5 WProstrate grower that holds blue color all season long. Compact plant that needs little trimming. Great for low/groundcover uses.

    #3 15-18 spd $13.00

    Juniperus horizontalis Wiltonii SlectBlue Rug Select Juniper (Standard)Zone 3 3-4 STD H x 2-3 spd weepingLow, spreading habit. Foliage is a stunning blue-green color. Great for groundcover planting or in rock gardens.

    #6 STD 28 STD/12-15 spd $40.00

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  • Juniperus sabina BroadmoorBroadmoor JuniperZone 3 12-18 H x 3-5 WLow, mounding spreader with a rich, green color. Often used in mass plantings where tough conditions exist.

    #3 15-18 spd $13.50

    Juniperus sabina Calgary CarpetCalgary Carpet JuniperZone 3 9-12 H x 3-4 WVery low, spreading habit. Attractive soft green color. A selection of Arcadia Juniper. Great for groundcover planting.

    #3 15-18 spd $13.50

    Juniperus scopulorum MedoraMedora JuniperZone 3 8-10 H x 3-4 WStriking columnar evergreen with dense branching. Foliage retains its unique blue-green color. Excellent used as a landscape accent, screen or specimen. Named after Medora, ND so you know its hardy.

    #6 36-42 h $32.00#15 5-6 h $52.00

    Juniperus scopulorum Wichita BlueWichita Blue JuniperZone 3 10-15 H x 4-6 WBroad pyramidal evergreen with silvery-blue foliage all year. Works great as a screen, windbreak or specimen. Best blue color upright.

    #6 36-42 h $32.00#15 4-5 h $52.00

    Juniperus squamata Blue StarBlue Star JuniperZone 4 2-3 H x 3-4 WSlow growing evergreen shrub has a dense spreading, mounding form of steel blue foliage. Ideal in mass, accent or low border plant.

    #2 10-12 spd $11.00#5 12-15 spd $16.00#6 STD 24 STD/ 12 spd $42.00#10 STD 24 STD/ 18 spd $54.00

    Juniperus virginianaEastern Red Cedar (Native)Zone 3 30-40 H x 10-12 WBroad cone-shaped evergreen with medium green foliage all year. Works great as a screen, windbreak or specimen. Native to central and eastern US.

    #6 36-42 h $28.00#15 5-6 h $48.00

    Juniperus virginiana Blue ArrowBlue Arrow JuniperZone 4 12-15 H x 3-4 WA narrow and upright conifer that adds a great dimension of height to the landscape. The narrow growth habit also allows for use in small spaces. More blue than Skyrocket and a better grower.

    #6 36-42 h $30.00#15 5-6 h $52.00

    Juniperus virginiana Grey OwlGrey Owl JuniperZone 4 12-18 H x 3-5 WWide spreading habit with V shaped branching. Grey foliage with blue fruit. Soft texture allows for many uses.

    #3 15-18 spd $12.00

    Juniperus virginiana SkyrocketSkyrocket JuniperZone 4 12-15 H x 3 WNarrow, fast growing, silver-blue columnar Juniper. Field growing allows for wider body and taller look.

    #6 36-42 h $30.00#15 5-6 h $50.00

    Juniperus virginiana TaylorTaylor JuniperZone 3 15-25 H x 3-4 WUpright evergreen with blue-green foliage forms a narrow, slightly pyramidal column. Useful as a dramatic accent planting, for screening or specimen. Discovered in western Nebraska by Allan Wilke.

    #6 36-42 h $32.00#15 5-6 h $54.00

    Larix deciduaEuropean LarchZone 3 50-60 H x 20-30 WPyramidal form with horizontal branching. The slender and somewhat drooping branches give the landscape a perfect specimen. Best known for its fall color.

    #10 5-6 h $52.00#15 6-7 h $58.00

    Larix decidua PendulaWeeping European LarchZone 3 10-12 H x 6-8 WBright green needles cover this deciduous conifer tree creating a stunning specimen in any landscape. Yellow fall color.

    #15 4-5 h $58.00

    Larix kaempheri Jacobsens PyramidJacobsens Pyramid Japanese LarchZone 4 18-20 H x 6-8 WVery bright green spring foliage, changing to a bronze-gold before shedding in the fall. Use as a specimen plant, accent, or in a container.#15 5 h $58.00

    Metasequoia glyptostroboidesDawn RedwoodZone 4 60-80 H x 25-30 WLarge, majestic deciduous tree with medium green needle foliage. Natural pyramidal shape. Plant it with room to grow.

    #15 6 h $50.00

    Metasequoia glyptostroboides Gold RushGold Rush Dawn RedwoodZone 3 40-60 H x 18-25 WThe same great traits that make Dawn Redwood so desirable, large size, daintily looking needless, and interesting bark. This cultivar, however, has beautiful golden color that wont burn easily.

    #15 5-6 h $54.00

    Microbiota decussataRussian CypressZone 2 12 H x 3-4 WDense, low growing spreader. Bright green summer color that turns bronze in winter. Hardy to -40 degrees. Tolerates shade locations, but not wet soils.

    #2 10-12 spd $12.00#6 STD 36 STD/ 12 spd $42.00#10 STD 36 STD/ 18 spd $52.00#15 STD 36 STD/ 24 spd $58.00

    Microbiota decussata (Standard)Metasequoia glyptostroboides

    Gold RushLarix decidua PendulaJuniperus virginiana Skyrocket

    Juniperus virginianaJuniperus squamata Blue Star

    (Standard)Juniperus scopulorum

    Wichita BlueJuniperus scop. Grey Owl

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  • Picea abies Pauls Select

    Picea abies Cupressina

    Picea abies Aurea

    Picea abiesNorway SpruceZone 3 50 H x 30 WFast growing evergreen tree with horizontal branches. Conical in shape. Dense when young, opening with age.

    #6 30-36 h $16.00#15 4-5 h $46.00#25 6 h $70.00Liner #3 18-24 h $12.00

    Picea abies AcroconaAcrocona Norway SpruceZone 3 12-15 H x 6-8 WIrregular pyramidal evergreen with dense dark green needles. Produces purplish-red cones in spring. A very hardy, slow growing drought tolerant tree.

    #10 36-42 h $54.00

    Picea abies AureaGolden Norway SpruceZone 3 8-10 H x 6-8 WWonderful gold coloration make this evergreen a great choice for adding contrast to the landscape. New early flush is yellow turning to green mid-summer.

    #6 30-36 spd $32.00#10 3-4 h $54.00

    Picea abies CupressinaColumnar Norway SpruceZone 3 20-30 H x 4-6 WFast growing, narrow, fastigiate evergreen form with dark green needles. Holds up in winter under the weight of snow. Great specimen or in groupings.

    #6 30-36 spd $32.00#10 3-4 h $46.00#15 5-6 h $58.00#25 6-7 h $78.00Liner #3 18-22 h $18.00

    Picea abies Little GemLittle Gem Norway Spruce (Standard)Zone 2 3 STD H x 3 WRich green foliage is evergreen and dense. Forms a globe as it matures. Grafted on a standard.

    #6 STD 32 STD/ 12 spd $42.00#10 STD 32 STD/ 15 spd $54.00

    Picea abies NidiformisDwarf Nest SpruceZone 3 3-5 H x 4-6 WSlow growing evergreen shrub has a dwarf compact form of lush green foliage. Requires little maintenance and is very hardy. Ideal in borders, containers or accent plant.#2 12-15 spd $12.00#5 15-18 spd $16.00#7 18-24 spd $24.00

    Picea abies Pauls SelectPauls Select Norway SpruceZone 3 10-12 H x 6-8 WSuitable for a stand alone or a specimen plant, due to its brilliant blue color. Can also be used as a windbreak. Full body and dense branching makes for great feature in any landscape.#6 24-30 h $34.00#10 3-4 h $50.00

    Picea abies PendulaWeeping Norway SpruceZone 3 10-15 H x 10-20 WUnusual weeping evergreen with irregularly shaped habit will grow upright if supported or become a groundcover, flowing over walls or slopes if not. Dark green needles. Great focal point, centerpiece in beds or entryways. Must be trained to desired shape.#6 30-36 h $28.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $56.00Liner #3 18-22 h $18.00

    Picea abies PumilaDwarf Norway SpruceZone 3 3-4 H x 3-4 WDense, broad globe of dark forest green needles. Very hardy selection for open winter landscapes. Used as broader plant where boxwoods arent hardy.

    #2 12-15 spd $12.50#5 15-18 spd $18.50#7 18-24 spd $28.00

    Picea abies Sherwood CompactSherwood Compact Norway SpruceZone 3 15-20 H x 8-12 WPyramidal outline, with a strong central leader when staked. Light body has Dwarf Albert Spruce appearance.

    #3 15-18 h $24.00#10 30-36 h $50.00

    Picea glaucaWhite Spruce (Native)Zone 2 40-60 H x 25-30 WLarge evergreen tree with a narrow conical form. Branches are held horizontally. Faster grower offers many application for northern markets.

    #15 4-5 h $48.00

    Picea glauca ConicaDwarf Alberta SpruceZone 3 6-8 H x 4-5 WSlow growing evergreen shrub produces a perfect cone shaped habit. Soft grey-green needles cover the branches.

    #6 24-30 h $28.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#20 5-6 h $72.00#15 Spiral 4-5 h $78.00

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  • Picea glauca DensataBlack Hills Spruce (Native)Zone 3 30-40 H x 20-30 WSlow growing, pyramidal evergreen with a compact, dense habit. Short dark green needles. Very hardy and resistant to needle problems. Maintains its central leader without pruning.

    #6 24-30 h $18.00#10 3-4 h $42.00#15 4-5 h $50.00#25 5 h $72.00Liner-#3 15-18 h $12.00

    Picea glauca PendulaWeeping White SpruceZone 2 30-40 H x 8-10 WA beautiful weeping form can be found on this upright growing evergreen. Makes a grand specimen tree. Unlike Weeping Norway Spruce, this selection holds upright leader without spread skirt.

    #6 30-36 h $34.00#10 3-4 h $50.00#15 4-5 h $58.00Liner-#3 15-18 h $18.00

    Picea meyeriMeyer SpruceZone 4 30-40 H x 25-30 WGreat replacement for the issues of Colorado Blue and needle cast. More green than blue, with dense pyramidal form. Drought and disease tolerant.

    #15 4-5 h $50.00

    Picea omorika SkytrailsSkytrails Serbian SpruceZone 4 15-20 H x 8-12 WPerfect specimen for small sites, Fuller body and better color than Bruns. Avoid street side plantings. Narrow upright growth perfect for tight locations.

    #6 30-36 h $32.00#10 4-5 h $48.00#15 5-6 h $56.00Liner-#3 18-22 h $18.00

    Picea omorika NanaDwarf Serbian SpruceZone 3 3 H x 3-4 WVery dense, globe shaped evergreen. Maintains round shape without pruning. Foliage exhibits a very nice bi-color effect. The white frosted color on needles produces Christmas look year round.

    #2 12-15 spd $14.00#5 15-18 spd $24.00#10 24-30 spd $46.00#6 STD 34 STD/ 15 spd $38.00#10 STD 34 STD/ 24 spd $54.00

    Picea omorika Pendula BrunsBruns Weeping Serbian SpruceZone 3 20-30 H x 4-6 WEvergreen tree with pyramidal form and silvery blue needles on horizontal branches. Outstanding color and slower growth offer locations with limited space.

    #6 30-36 h $32.00#10 3-4 h $50.00#15 4-5 h $58.00

    Picea omorika PimokoPimoko Serbian SpruceZone 4 3 H x 3 WImproved omorika dwarf globe. Frosted dark green needles, include a bluish and silver underside. Very globe shaped when young and develops short leaders late.

    #5 15-18 spd $34.00#6 STD 34 STD/ 12-15 spd $38.00#10 STD 34 STD/ 15-18 spd $54.00

    Picea orientalis Deer RunDeer Run SpruceZone 3 20 H x 8 WVery narrow and very upright. Deer Run makes a wonderful sentinel in your garden. More blue than green, needles stay tight to the branch. Showy pendulous cones appear in the Spring.

    #10 3-4 h $50.00

    Picea orientalis GowdyGowdy SpruceZone 4 14-16 H x 6-10 WEvergreen tree with an open pyramidal form and dark green foliage. Outstanding color and slower growth offer locations with limited space.

    #10 3-4 h $50.00

    Picea orientalis SkylandsSkylands SpruceZone 4 25-30 H x 10 WSlow-growing tree with a pyramidal form and golden colored foliage that matures to dark green, creating a bicolor look. Outstanding color.

    #10 3-4 h $50.00

    Picea pungens Baby Blue EyesBaby Blue Eyes SpruceZone 3 18-20 H x 10-12 WEvergreen tree with pyramidal form and silvery blue needles on horizontal branches. Outstanding color and slower growth offer locations with limited space.

    #6 24-30 h $32.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4 h $56.00#25 5 h $86.00Liner-#3 15-18 h $18.00

    Picea pungens Blue TotemBlue Totem SpruceZone 3 12-15 H x 2-3 WPowder blue/green needles, and branches that are tight to the body of the plant make this an outstanding accent plant. Narrow, upright choice for a small garden, informal hedge or garden feature.

    #6 30-36 h $28.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $54.00#20 6 h $84.00Liner-#3 18-22 h $18.00

    Picea pungens Fat AlbertFat Albert SpruceZone 3 28-30 H x 20-22 WDense, pyramidal habit with outstanding blue color. Holds upright leader better than most Colorado Spruces.

    #6 30-36 h $28.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $58.00#25 5 h $74.00#25 6 h $88.00Liner-#3 15-18" h $18.00

    Picea pungens GlaucaColorado Blue SpruceZone 3 40-60 H x 20-22 WUpright, pyramidal grower that varies in color from green to blue. Likes fully exposed, well drained locations.#6 24-30 h $18.00#10 3-4 h $42.00#15 4-5 h $50.00#25 5 h $74.00#25 6 h $84.00Liner-#3 15-18" h $12.00

    Picea pungens GlobosaDwarf Globe Blue SpruceZone 3 2-4 H x 3-6 WThis form is on a very low standard, 12 or less. Adds bright blue color to any landscape. Easy to maintain tight globe shape with limited pruning.

    #3 12-15 spd $18.00#5 15-18 spd $30.00#7 18-24 spd $38.00#10 24-30 Spd $48.00

    Picea pungens GlobosaDwarf Globe Blue Spruce (Standard)Zone 3 3-4 STD x 4-6 WSlow growing, spreading, rounded form with excellent blue color. Grafted on a standard.

    #6 STD 36 STD/ 12-15 spd $38.00#10 STD 36 STD/ 18-24 spd $52.00#15 STD 36 STD/ 24-30 spd $58.00#20 STD 36 STD/ 30-34 spd $58.00

    Picea pungens Globosa (Standard)

    Picea pungens Fat AlbertPicea pungens Baby Blue EyesPicea orientalis Skylands

    Picea omorika Pendula BrunsPicea omorika NanaPicea glauca PendulaPicea glauca Densata

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  • Pinus densiflora Golden Ghost

    Picea pungens pendula The Blues

    Picea pungens Montgomery

    Picea pungens HoopsiHoopsi SpruceZone 3 20-30 H x 15 WMore upright, pyramidal form with intensely glaucus blue needles. Brightest blue of grafted conifer. Somewhat irregular shape at a young age, straighten out as it ages.#15 4-5 h $58.00#25 6 h $86.00

    Picea pungens MontgomeryMontgomery Blue SpruceZone 3 4-5 H x 5-6 WEvergreen conifer with silvery-blue needles. Makes a striking contrast accent plant. Hold full body globe shape, but will through leader at times.

    #5 15-18 spd $28.00#10 24-30 spd $48.00

    Picea pungens ProcumbensProcumbens Blue SpruceZone 2 2-2 1/2 H x 4-5 WBright blue needles and low growing spread form to make a perfect groundcover evergreen. Also used in rock gardens for creeping - low growing look.

    #6 18-24 spd $34.00

    Picea pungens St. Marys BroomSt. Marys Broom SpruceZone 3 2 H x 3 WIdeal rock garden specimen due to its slow growth. Can also be used in containers or near the house for a small border. This evergreen is very hardy and the foliage will provide an unusual color mixed with annuals.#3 12-15 spd $18.00#5 15-18 spd $28.00

    Picea pungens pendula The BluesThe Blues Blue Weeping SpruceZone 3 5-6 H x 3-4 WSlow growing conifer with weeping branches spreading in many directions. Bright, silvery-blue foliage. A great accent or specimen. This weeping spruce holds upright leader.#10 4-5 h $46.00#15 5-6 h $58.00

    Picea sitchensis PapooseSitka Papoose SpruceZone 5 4-6 H x 4-6 WSlow grower, globe shaped, only about 2 per year. Foliage color and texture are key elements with new growth being soft to the touch and a lovely blue-green. Great contrast with perennials and a nice groundcover for wildlife.#2 10-12 spd $12.00#5 15-18 spd $24.00#10 24-30 spd $42.00

    Pinus aristataBristlecone Pine (Native)Zone 4 10-20 H x 14-16 WSlow grower with an irregular shape. Dark green needles look sprinkled with white specs. Needs well drained soil. Very slow growth make excellent choice for container gardens.#5 15-18 h $28.00

    Pinus ayacahuite Forest SkyForest Sky PineZone 4 25-30 H x 20-24 WConsidered the most unique and rare Pinus hybrid. It has a columnar form and is densely branched. Long, soft blue needles with a silver flash. Very useful for home gardens, commercial and urban sites.#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $54.00

    Pinus bungeanaLacebark PineZone 4 30-40 H x 20-25 WNice specimen conifer tree valued for its striking, showy bark. The exfoliating whitish brown trunk add contrast to the dark green needles.

    #10 3-4 h $52.00

    Pinus cembra HermanPrairie Statesman Swiss Stone PineZone 3 25-30 H x 10 WBright green foliage has bluish tones which seem to concentrate at the tips. A strong central leader with branches held sharply upright. Can tolerate drought and urban planting situations. Developed by Dr. Dale Herman of NDSU.#10 30-36 h $62.00

    Pinus densiflora Golden GhostGolden Ghost Japanese Red PineZone 5 7 H x 4 WDwarf conifer with light green needles with bright yellow tips. The tips turn to white in summer for an unique look. The yellow color is most notable in early spring.

    #6 30-36 h 48#15 4-5 h $54.00

    Pinus flexilis Northern BlueNorthern Blue Limber PineZone 3 20-30 H x 10-15 WPyramidal upright evergreen with dense silvery blue-green foliage. Low-maintenance tree makes an excellent addition to most landscape settings. Selected by OPN for hardiness.#6 30-36 h $32.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $58.00

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  • Pinus flexilis Vanderwolfs PyramidVanderwolf/Limber Pine (Strobus)Zone 4 20 H x 10-15 WPyramidal shape that broadens with age. Bluish-green needles highlight this popular tree. Great shape and great color.

    #6 30-36 h $32.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $58.00#25 6 h $86.00Liner-#3 15-18 h $18.00

    Pinus flexilis Vanderwolfs PyramidVanderwolf/Limber Pine (Strobiformis)Zone 4 20 H x 10-15 WPyramidal shape that broadens with age. Bluish-green needles highlight this popular tree. Root stock selected for dry and warmer climates.#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $58.00

    Pinus leucodermisBosnian PineZone 4 20 H x 8-10 WSlow grower. Densely branched pyramidal form. Unique purple-blue cones when young, ripen to brown. Offers contrast to dark green needles.

    #6 30-36 h $32.00#10 3-4 h $46.00#15 3-4 h $54.00

    Pinus mugo Aurea FastigiataGolden Fastigiate Mugo PineZone 3 4-5 H x 4-5 WUpright variety with golden foliage. Ideal in rock gardens, massed, groups or in containers. Bright gold turn to green later in the summer; then back to gold in the fall.

    #10 30-36 h $48.00

    Pinus mugo FastigiataFastigiate Mugo PineZone 2 7-10 H x 3-4 WThis upright, slow growing Conifer gets lovely tan colored candles above the deep green needles. Makes a handsome addition to the landscape. Perfect for tight spaces.

    #6 24-30 h $28.00#10 30-36 h $48.00#15 3-4 h $54.00

    Pinus mugo Lemon LollipopLemon Lollipop Mugo Pine (Standard)Zone 2 3-4 STD x 3-4 WBrilliant yellow conifer in the winter months, and a beautiful green color in the spring and summer. Excellent companion in borders. Excellent for use in landscape designs. Grafted on a standard.#6 12-15 spd $42.00#10 18-22 spd $54.00

    Pinus mugo SlowmoundSlowmound Mugo PineZone 2 3-4 H x 3-4 WTrue dwarf selection with dark green needles that have a slight twist. Extremely slow grower, wont outgrow its planting location.

    #2 10-12 spd $16.00#5 15-18 spd $26.00#7 18-24 spd $38.00

    Pinus mugo TannenbaumTannenbaum Mugo PineZone 2 8-10 H x 4-6 WA perfectly shaped, tough-as-nails dwarf pine tree that matures to a compact, pyramidal form. Ideal as an accent or low wind break.

    #6 24-30 h $32.00#10 30-36 h $52.00#15 3-4 h $64.00

    Pinus mugo var. PumilioDwarf Mugo PineZone 2 3-4 H x 4-8 WSlow growing coniferous evergreen with dense branches on a dwarf habit. Dark green stiff needles cover the branches. Ideal in rock gardens, massed, groups, or in containers.

    #2 10-12 spd $11.00#5 15-18 spd $16.50#7 18-24 spd $28.00#10 24-30 spd $38.00

    Pinus nigraAustrian PineZone 4 40-50 H x 25-30 WBroad, upright grower. Dark green needles. A vigorous, dense grower it is tolerant of heat, cold and adverse conditions.

    #6 30-36 h $18.00#15 4-5 h $48.00#25 6 h $78.00#25 Topiary 6 h $90.00

    Pinus nigra FrankFranks Columnar Austrian PineZone 2 12 H x 4-6 WThis evergreen tree has lovely deep green needles and a dense, upright habit. Adds a strong vertical element to the landscape. Franks is more narrow and upright than Arnolds Sentinel.

    #6 30-36 h $32.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $54.00Liner-#3 18-22 h $18.00

    Pinus nigra HornbrookianaHornbrook Austrian PineZone 4 3 HCompact, stubby appearance. Upright habit with long stiff needles. Does not need pruning to retain its shape.

    #10 30-36 h $52.00#10 Topiary 36 spd $88.00

    Pinus nigra Oregon GreenOregon Green Austrian PineZone 4 10-12 H x 8-10 WDark green stiff needles result in less needle drop. Will be covered by pearly white candles that come out in clusters in spring.

    #6 24-30 h $32.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $54.00#25 6 h $86.00Liner-#3 15-18 h $18.00

    Pinus nigra Pierrick BregeonBrepo Dwarf Austrian Pine (Standard)Zone 4 3-4 STD x 3-5 WSlow growing conifer with a tight, compact, natural rounded form. Long bright green needles stay all year. Great for containers or as specimen.#6 STD 36 STD/ 12-15 spd $38.00#10 STD 36 STD/ 18-22 spd $52.00#20 STD 30-34 spd $68.00

    Pinus parviflora GlaucaJapanese White PineZone 4 8-10 H x 4-6 WOpen, upright evergreen prized for its uniquely colored needles which display their silvery undersides. Ideal for small gardens and accent plantings.

    #6 24-30 h $32.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $54.00#20 5-6 h $68.00Liner-#3 15-18 h $18.00

    Pinus parviflora NegishiNegishi Japanese White PineZone 5 6 H x 4-6 WFuller, more spreading evergreen than other parviflora, with silvery, blue-green foliage with needles slightly twisted.

    #6 24-30 h $32.00#10 30-36 h $48.00#15 3-4 h $54.00

    Pinus nigra Brepo (Standard)Pinus nigra HornbrookianaPinus nigra FrankPinus mugo var. Pumilio

    Pinus mugo TannenbaumPinus mugo Lemon LollipopPinus mugo Aurea FastigiataPinus leucodermis

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  • Pinus strobus Horsford (Standard)

    Pinus strobus Fastigiata

    Pinus ponderosa

    Pinus ponderosaPonderosa Pine (Native)Zone 3 60-80 H x 25-30 WUpright, broad habit. Broad, pyramidal shape when young, developing into a large tree with a narrow crown as it matures.

    #15 4-5 h $48.00#25 6 h $80.00#10 PB 3-4 h $42.00

    Pinus pumila Dwarf BlueDwarf Blue Japanese Stone PineZone 4 2-3 H x 6-8 WShrubby, prostrate evergreen with silvery blue-green needles. Tends to be more broad spreading, than upright. Perfect in shrub borders or as a colorful accent in rock gardens.#5 15-18 spd $30.00

    Pinus resinosa NanaDwarf Red PineZone 4 3-5 H x 3-4 WEvergreen with small cones and broad, irregular or rounded crown of spreading branches. Excellent accent or foundation planting.

    #5 18-24 h $28.00#10 30-36 h $48.00

    Pinus strobiformisSouthwest White Pine (Native)Zone 4 60 H x 40 WModerate grower with open branching. A five needle pine. Tolerates heat and drought conditions.

    #6 30-36 h $18.00#15 4-5 h $48.00#25 6 h $80.00

    Pinus strobusEastern White Pine (Native)Zone 3 50-80 H x 20-40 WUpright, loose pyramidal form. Fast Growing with blue-green needles. Will winter burn if planted in open new locations.

    #6 30-36 h $18.00#10 3-4 h $42.00#15 4-5 h $48.00#25 6 h $80.00Liner-#3 15-18 h $12.50

    Pinus strobus Blue ShagBlue Shag White PineZone 3 3 H x 4 WNice mounding shrub with good blue color. Dense needles make a nice globe shape.

    #3 12-15 spd $16.00#5 15-18 spd $24.00#10 24-30 spd $48.00

    Pinus strobus ContortaContorted White PineZone 3 15-20 H x 12 WAn unique specimen with twisted and contorted foliage and branches.

    #6 30-36 h $34.00#15 4-5 h $52.00

    Pinus strobus FastigiataColumnar White PineZone 3 30-40 H x 6-8 WNarrow, upright growth habit. Blue-green needles. Can be used as tall hedge or border planting.

    #6 30-36 h $28.00#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $52.00#25 6 h $84.00Liner-#3 18-22 h $18.00

    Pinus strobus HorsfordHorsfords Dwarf White Pine (Standard)Zone 3 3-4 STD H x 2-3 WDense, compact evergreen prized for its lime-green needles and uniform habit. Grafted tree form makes an outstanding specimen.

    #6 STD 34 STD/12-15 spd $38.00#10 STD 34 STD/18-22 spd $52.00#20 STD 34 STD/24-30 spd $64.00

    Pinus strobus LouieLouie Eastern White PineZone 3 8-10 H x 6-8 WYellow-green spring color turns a beautiful bright yellow in fall. Uniformly branched habit, and very hardy. Exceptional accent for the home garden. Upright dense pyramidal form.#10 3-4 h $48.00#15 4-5 h $54.00

    Pinus strobus Pattons Silver SplendorSilver Splendor White PineZone 3 40-50 H x 20-30 WExcellent resistance to white pink blister-rust. Blue-green needles have a distinct silver look. Developed by the University of Minnesota for resistance to pine rust.

    #6 24-30 h $28.00#10 3-4 h $52.00

    Pinus strobus PendulaWeeping White PineZone 3 8-15 H x 15-20 WWith its long needles on weeping branches, this evergreen makes a grand statement when placed in the mixed border, or planted as a specimen. Weeping form will fall to ground and act as groundcover.#6 30-36 Staked $30.00#15 4-5 h $58.00#25 4-5 h/4-5 spd $78.00

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  • Pinus sylvestrisScotch Pine (Topiary)Zone 2 6-8 H x 5-8 WFast growing, very hardy. Short rigid, bluish-green needles. Carefully crafted to a topiary form.

    #15 4-5 h $74.00#20 6 h $88.00

    Pinus sylvestrisScotch PineZone 2 45-60 H x 25-35 WFast growing, very hardy. Short rigid, bluish-green needles. Commonly used as a live Christmas Tree.

    #15 4-5 h $50.00

    Pinus sylvestris Glauca NanaDwarf Scotch Pine (Standard)Zone 2 3-4 STD x 6 WDwarf, globe form of Blue Scotch Pine. Grafted on a standard.

    #6 STD 34 STD/12-15 spd $38.00#10 STD 34 STD/18-22 spd $52.00

    Pinus sylvestris Hillside CreeperHillside Creeper PineZone 2 2 H x 6-8 WProstrate variety that is very low growing. Fast when young, slowing down with age. Grey-green foliage turns an attractive bright yellow in winter.

    #3 12-15 spd $18.00#5 15-18 spd $24.00#10 30-34 spd $38.00#6 STD 24 STD/18-24 spd $38.00#10 STD 24 STD/30-36 spd $58.00

    Pinus sylvestris Moseri GoldMoseri Scotch PineZone 2 6-7 H x 10 WSlow growing evergreen with a broad, irregular habit that becomes vivid golden-yellow in winter. Great specimen or in a grouping in the garden.

    #3 15-18 h $18.00#5 18-24 h $28.00#10 30-36 h $46.00

    Taxus baccata RepandensRepandens English YewZone 5 2-5 H x 12-15 WHorizontal spreading, dense branches make this yew a great groundcover, or low spreader. Does well in shade, will need a well drained location.

    #5 15-18 spd $16.00

    Taxus cuspidata Bright GoldBright Gold YewZone 4 4-6 H x 5-7 WUpright-spreading evergreen shrub that thrives in full to partially shaded locations in the landscape. Bright golden needles.

    #6 22-24 h $24.00

    Taxus cuspidata CapitataCapitata YewZone 4 10-12 H x 5-6 WSlow growing pyramidal evergreen with glossy, dark green needles. Full sun to dense shade. Bold central leader without pruning.

    #6 24-30 h $38.00#10 30-36 h $52.00#15 3-4 h $64.00

    Taxus cuspidata Nana AurescensDwarf Golden Japanese YewZone 4 3 H x 6 WDwarf form with new foliage emerging a golden-yellow, flat-topped or nested growth habit.

    #3 12-15 spd $26.00

    Taxus x media ChadwickiiChadwicks YewZone 4 3-4 H x 4-5 WDwarf, spreading Yew. Dark green needles and an open body with long low arching spread. This makes Chadwick a favorite for a groundcover yew.

    #5 15-18 spd $16.00

    Taxus x media CitationCitation YewZone 4 8-10 H x 3-5 WUpright grower very similar to Hicksii. Needles have more delicate look and soft texture, somewhat similar to Hemlock. Has a golden tan color with first blush.

    #7 30-34 h $32.00#10 36-42 h $42.00#15 3-4 h $48.00

    Taxus x media Dark Green PyramidDark Green Pyramidal YewZone 4 10-12 H x 6-8 WSlow growing, pyramidal evergreen with dark green needles. Grows wider than tall.

    #6 24-30 h $38.00#10 30-36 h $50.00#15 3-4 h $60.00

    Taxus x media Dark Green SpreaderDark Green Spreader YewZone 4 3-4 H x 4-5 WDense, upright spreader with dark green needles. Full sun to full shade. Excellent hardiness and short needles limit exposure to winter burn.#2 10-12 spd $10.00#5 15-18 spd $15.00#7 18-24 spd $24.00

    Taxus x media DensiformisDense Spreading YewZone 4 4 H x 5-8 WDense, upright spreader with dark green needles. Fast grower with bright green new growth. Full sun to full shade. The most versatile of the yews.

    #3 15-18 spd $12.00#5 18-24 spd $18.00#7 24-30 spd $24.00

    Taxus x media EverlowEverlow Japanese YewZone 4 2-3 H x 4-5 WLow spreading growth and crossing branches provide a fuller groundcover selection than Chadwick or Green Wave.

    #3 12-15 spd $12.00#5 15-18 spd $18.00#7 18-24 spd $26.00

    Taxus x media HicksiiHicksi YewZone 4 8-10 H x 3-5 WNarrow, columnar form of Yew. Great border or hedge selection. New growth pushing directly upward.

    #5 24-30 h $24.00#7 30-34 h $32.00#10 36-42 h $42.00#15 3-4 h $48.00

    Taxus x media HicksiiTaxus x media ChadwickiiTaxus cuspidata Bright GoldTaxus x media Everlow

    Pinus sylvestris Moseri GoldPinus sylvestris Hillside Creeper

    (Standard)Pinus sylvestrisPinus sylvestris (Topiary)

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  • Thuja occidentalis Holmstrup

    Thuja occidentalis Mr. Bowling Ball

    Taxus x media Tauntonii

    Taxus x media NovaFastigiate Nova English YewZone 4 4-6 H x 2-3 WSlow growing columnar evergreen shrub with dark green foliage. Good accent plant. Retains its dark green color all year long.

    #5 22-24 h $24.00#7 30-34 h $32.00

    Taxus x media SunburstSunburst YewZone 5 3 H x 5-8 WBrilliant golden foliage emerges in spring fading to yellow. Discovered by Fairview Nursery.

    #5 15-18 spd $18.00

    Taxus x media TauntoniiTauntons YewZone 3 3-4 H x 4 WDense, upright spreader. Oregon growing gives an early flush of yellow new growth, turning to a dark green. Slow grower and resistant to winter burn.

    #2 10-12 spd $12.00#5 15-18 spd $20.00#7 18-24 spd $28.00

    Taxus x media WardiiWards YewZone 4 4-6 H x 5-6 WFlat topped, spreading habit. Cross branching gives Wardi a more full and unique look. Dark green foliage.

    #5 15-18 spd $16.00

    Thuja occidentalis Anna Van Vloten PPAFAnnas Magic Ball ArborvitaeZone 3 10-15 H x 10-12 WBright golden foliage highlights this dwarf evergreen, Holds color well throughout the year. Great mixed into landscapes or planted in groups.#2 10-12 spd $14.00

    Thuja occidentalis Bail John PP18,850Technito ArborvitaeZone 3 5-6 H x 2-3 WDark green color is held through winter. Dense compact growth requires no pruning to maintain its habit. Propagation is prohibited.#6 24-30 h $24.00#10 30-36 h $38.00

    Thuja occidentalis BobzamMr. Bowling Ball ArborvitaeZone 3 3-4 H x 3-4 WDwarf, rounded evergreen shrub with dense, dark green foliage. Holds color well throughout the year. Good in smaller areas of the landscape or as a foundation plant.#2 12-15 spd $11.00#5 15-18 spd $17.00

    Thuja occidentalis Congabee PP19,009Fire Chief ArborvitaeZone 3 3-5 H x 3-4 WLovely rounded evergreen with bright orange foliage in spring maturing to green then changing to shades of red in fall. Good in smaller areas of the landscape or as a foundation plant.#3 12-15 h $16.00

    Thuja occidentalis Degroots SpireDegroots Spire ArborvitaeZone 3 8-10 H x 3-4 WNarrowly columnar form, with twisted foliage that grows 6-12 per year. Good for a hedge or screen.

    #6 30-36 h $16.00#10 3-4 h $30.00#15 4-5 h $36.00#20 5-6 h $44.00

    Thuja occidentalis Golden GlobeGolden Globe ArborvitaeZone 4 4 H x 4 WRounded evergreen shrub with bright golden yellow foliage.

    #3 15-18 spd $16.00

    Thuja occidentalis Hetz MidgetHetz Midget ArborvitaeZone 3 2-3 H x 2-2 1/2 WDwarf, globe shaped evergreen with dense, dark green foliage. A slow grower that maintains its shape without trimming.

    #2 10-12 spd $11.00#5 15-18 spd $17.00#7 18-24 spd $24.00#6 STD 28 STD/15 spd $38.00#10 STD 28 STD/24 spd $52.00

    Thuja occidentalis HolmstrupHolmstrup ArborvitaeZone 3 8-10 H x 3-4 WColumnar growing evergreen with bright green foliage. Will tolerate light shade.

    #6 30-36 h $16.00#10 3-4 h $30.00#15 4-5 h $34.00#20 5-6 h $46.00

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  • Thuja occidentalis Janed GoldJaned Gold ArborvitaeZone 4 6-8 H x 3-4 WNew yellow upright arborvitae from Plant Haven breeding. Similar growth and texture to Emerald Green, but smaller. Holds its bright yellow-gold foliage year round.

    #5 30-36 h $16.00

    Thuja occidentalis PyramidalisPyramidalis ArborvitaeZone 3 15-25 H x 4-6 WFast growing, narrow, pyramidal evergreen with soft, bright green foliage.

    #6 30-36 h $14.00#15 5-6 h $30.00#20 6-7 h $42.00

    Thuja occidentalis SmaragdEmerald Green ArborvitaeZone 4 10-15 H x 3-4 WUpright, pyramidal form with emerald green foliage. Bold perfect feather shape without pruning.

    #6 30-36 h $14.00#15 5-6 h $30.00#20 6-7 h $42.00#15 Spiral 5-6 h $58.00

    Thuja occidentalis TechnyTechny ArborvitaeZone 3 12-15 H x 6-8 WBroad, upright pyramidal form with very dark green foliage. Great for tall hedges. Holds color well in winter.

    #6 24-30 h $18.00#10 3-4 h $30.00#15 4-5 h $38.00#20 5-6 h $48.00

    Thuja occidentalis WoodwardiiWoodward ArborvitaeZone 4 3-5 H x 3-5 WGlobe shaped habit that doesnt require trimming. Nice, rich green colored foliage.

    #5 15-18 spd $14.00

    Thuja occidentalis Yellow RibbonYellow Ribbon ArborvitaeZone 4 10-15 H x 6 WA super choice for screening, with its dense growth, and beautiful yellow streaking.

    #6 24-30 h $18.00#10 3-4 h $32.00

    Thuja plicata Green GiantGreen Giant Western ArborvitaeZone 5 40 H x 15 WFast growing, upright conifer with lustrous green foliage. Excellent for use as a screen. Best arborvitae for needed deer resistance.

    #15 5-6 h $34.00#20 6-7 h $46.00

    Thuja plicata Zebrina GoldZebrina Gold ArborvitaeZone 5 20-30 H x 8-12 WNaturally, pyramidal-shaped evergreen with green and gold variegated foliage.

    #10 4 h $42.00

    Tsuga canadensisEastern HemlockZone 3 30-45 H x 20-24 ft. WPyramidal growth, branches sometimes droop. Can easily be sheared into a hedge. Tolerates wet and shady locations.

    #6 24-30 h $18.00#15 4-5 h $40.00#20 5-6 h $48.00

    Tsuga canadensis Coles ProstrateColes Prostrate HemlockZone 3 15-18 H x 4-5 WLow growing, spreading evergreen with feathery, soft green foliage. Thrives in shady areas of the landscape.

    #5 15-18 spd $18.00

    Tsuga canadensis Gentsch WhiteGentsch White HemlockZone 3 4 H x 4 WSmall upright-growing evergreen with feathery, soft green and white variegated foliage. Thrives in shady areas of the landscape.

    #10 30-36 h $42.00

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  • Berberis thunbergii Sunjoy Gold Pillar

    Berberis thunbergii Helmond Pillar

    Berberis thunbergii Admiration

    Amelanchier alnifolia NorthlineNorthline Serviceberry/SaskatoonZone 2 4-6 H x 5-6 WNicely shaped shrub form of Serviceberry. Dark purple fruit is sweet, great for jelly and pies.

    #5 24-30 h $18.00

    Aronia melanocarpa Autumn MagicAutumn Magic ChokeberryZone 3 5-6 H x 6-8 WEasily grown shrub with outstanding fall color. Dense clusters of white flowers in spring give way to jet black berries that persist into fall. Great in shrub borders or in mass plantings.#2 15-18 h $8.00#5 24-30 h $14.00

    Berberis thunbergii Admiration PP16,921Admiration BarberryZone 5 1-2 H x 1-2 WAn eye-catching variety with bright, orange-red leaves that have yellow margins. Forms a tight, compact habit. Great color contrast for the shrub border. Asexual propagation prohibited.#2 10-12 spd $12.00#5 12-18 spd $16.00

    Berberis thunbergii BogozamBonanza Gold BarberryZone 5 18 H x 3 WBright golden yellow foliage on a small compact spreading plant. New growth is beautiful orange color. Very low maintenance, but does need more water in the summer months.#2 10-12 w $12.00

    Berberis thunbergii ConcordeConcorde BarberryZone 4 2 H x 3 WDwarf globe shaped shrub with deep purple leaves. Holds dark burgundy throughout year.

    #2 10-12 w $12.00#5 12-18 w $16.00

    Berberis thunbergii Crimson PygmyCrimson Pygmy BarberryZone 5 2 H x 3 WCompact, mounded plant with dark red foliage. Great for a low hedge. Orange-red fall color.

    #2 10-12 w $11.00#5 12-18 w $14.50

    Berberis thunbergii Goruzam PP16,203Golden Ruby BarberryZone 4 2 H x 2 WLow, globe-shaped plant with is blanketed with crimson-red foliage that is edged with gold. Great as mixed into landscapes, containers or in low hedges.#5 15-18 spd $16.00

    Berberis thunbergii Helmond PillarHelmond Pillar BarberryZone 4 3-4 H x 12-18 WUpright, columnar form with purplish red foliage.

    #3 15-18 h $14.00

    Berberis thunbergii Koren PPAFSunjoy Citrus BarberryZone 4 2-3 H x 2-3 WBright yellow barberry with a tightly branched rounded shape. The uniform form provides a ball-shaped shrub, great for borders or foundation plantings.

    #2 10-12 h $12.00

    Berberis thunbergii Maria PP18,082Sunjoy Gold Pillar BarberryZone 4 3-4 H x 18-24 WUpright, columnar form with bright golden foliage and red new growth. Foliage has good burn resistance.

    #3 18 h $15.00

    Berberis thunbergii Orange Rocket PP18,411Orange Rocket BarberryZone 4 3-4 H x 12-18 WLovely red foliage turns an even prettier ruby color during the fall on this upright growing shrub. Makes a great vertical accent. Asexual propagation prohibited.#3 15-18 h $14.00#5 18-22 h $18.00

    Berberis thunbergii Rose GlowRose Glow BarberryZone 4 3 H x 2-3 WCompact, rounded form with red-pink mottled foliage, maturing to a dark red-purple. New growth is especially attractive.

    #2 12-15 h $11.00#5 15-18 h $14.50

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  • Buddleia x Miss Molly PPAFMiss Molly Butterfly BushZone 5 4-5 H x 3-4 WCompact growth habit and lots of uniquely colored dark purple-red flowers from mid-summer to frost.

    #3 15-18 h $12.50

    Buddleia x Lo & Behold Blue Chip PP19,991Blue Chip Butterfly BushZone 5 2-3 H x 30 WLower, spreading habit with loads of blue flowers. Attracts butterflies.

    #3 15-18 h $12.50

    Buddleia x Lo & Behold Purple Haze PPAFPurple Haze Butterfly BushZone 5 2-3 H x 4 WLower, spreading habit with loads of purple-blue flowers. Attracts butterflies.

    #3 15-18 h $12.50

    Buxus WintergreenWintergreen BoxwoodZone 4 3 H x 3 WWonderful evergreen shrub for small hedges. Retains its dark green, velvety foliage colour in winter.

    #5 12-15 w $18.00

    Buxus x GlencoeChicagoland Green BoxwoodZone 4 3 H x 3 WGlossy evergreen leaves provide winter interest. Ideal for edging patios, borders and walkways.

    #2 10-12 w $12.00#5 12-15 w $18.00

    Buxus x Green GemGreen Gem BoxwoodZone 4 2 H x 2 WSlow growing, mounded evergreen shrub. Maintains green color through winter and requires little pruning.

    #2 10-12 w $12.00#5 12-15 w $18.00

    Buxus x Green MountainGreen Mountain BoxwoodZone 4 3-5 H x 3 WPyramidal, oval shaped shrub with small, dark green leaves. Excellent for specimen or hedging use.

    #3 15-18 h $14.00#5 18-24 h $18.00#7 24-30 h $26.00#10 30-36 h $36.00#10 Pym 30-36 h $38.00

    Buxus x Green Velvet COPFGreen Velvet BoxwoodZone 4 2-3 H x 3 WLow, rounded evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves. Holds green color well in winter. Useful for low hedge.

    #2 10-12 h $12.00#5 12-15 h $18.00#10 18-24 h $36.00

    Clethra alnifolia HummingbirdHummingbird SummersweetZone 4 3-4 H x 4-5 WCompact growing deciduous shrub with very fragrant white flowers in summer. Nice in mass plantings or mixed in perennial borders. Good in wet soils.

    #2 10-12 w $12.00

    Cornus alba BailhaloIvory Halo DogwoodZone 3 5-6 H x 5-6 WCompact, rounded selection of Variegated Dogwood. Fuller and more dense than Variegated Dogwood. Red twigs add winter interest. A very popular plant.

    #2 15-18 h $12.00#5 18-25 h $14.50#7 24-30 h $20.00

    Cornus alba RegnzamRed Gnome DogwoodZone 3 3-4 H x 4-5 WCompact and dense, upright-rounded form offering bright red stems and finely textured branching habit. Deep burgundy-red fall color. White blooms in spring. Great hedge or accent.

    #2 15-18 h $11.00#5 18-25 h $14.00

    Cornus sericea IsantiIsanti Red Osier DogwoodZone 3 5-6 H X 8-10 WDense, slow growing shrub with red branches, dark green leaves, white flowers and white fruit. Reddish-purple fall foliage.

    #5 18-24 h $12.00#7 30-36 h $18.00

    Cornus stolonifera Farrow PP18,523Arctic Fire DogwoodZone 3 3-5 H x 3-4 WCompact shape of red-twigged dogwood. Winter stems color is dark red. Maintains more tight smaller form.

    #2 15-18 h $12.50

    Cornus stolonifera Neil Z Pucker Up! PPAFPucker Up! Dwarf DogwoodZone 3 3-4 H x 3-4 WRed stems and glossy, heavily puckered foliage. Year round interest for the shrub border or in foundation plantings.#2 12-15 h $13.00

    Cotoneaster apiculataCranberry CotoneasterZone 4 3 H x 3-6 WLow, wide spreading, evergreen shrub producing small pink flowers in spring and an abundance of cranberry-red fruit in fall. Dark green foliage turns bronze-red to purple in winter.

    #2 10-12 w $11.00#5 15-18 w $14.50

    Cotoneaster lucidusHedge CotoneasterZone 2 6-8 H x 4-5 WVery hardy, excellent hedge that withstands many prunings. Small pink flowers, followed by black berries.

    #5 18-24 h $12.00

    Cotoneaster apiculatusCornus sericea IsantiClethera alnifolia HummingbirdBuxus x Green Velvet

    Buxus x Green MountainBuxus x Chicagoland GreenBuxus x Green GemBuddleia x Blue Chip

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  • Hydrangea anomala Petiolaris

    Euonymus alatus Little Moses

    Daphne burkwoodii Carol Mackie

    Daphne burkwoodii Carol MackieCarol Mackie DaphneZone 4 2-3 H x 3-4 WMounded plant with outstanding, variegated foliage. Covered with extremely fragrant pink flowers in May.

    #2 Field Pot 12-15 w $16.00#5 Field Pot 15-18 w $20.00

    Diervilla lonicera CopperBush HoneysuckleZone 4 2-3 H x 2-3 WMounded, spreading habit. Copper-red new growth makes this hardy native a great choice. Yellow flowers in mid-summer.

    #2 10-12 w $11.00

    Diervilla sessilifolia LDPC Podaras PP19,391Cool Splash Southern Bush HoneysuckleZone 4 2-3 H x 3-4 WAttractive variegated foliage on this densely branched deciduous shrub. Clusters of trumpet-shaped yellow flowers.#2 12-15 w $12.50

    Euonymus alatus CompactusDwarf Burning BushZone 4 5-6 H x 6-8 WDeciduous, compact, rounded shrub produces very intense scarlet red fall coloring. From spring through summer it has lush green foliage. Inconspicuous flowers in spring. Ideal accent, hedge or specimen.#2/3 12-15 w $12.00#5 15-18 h $16.00#7 18-24 h $24.00

    Euonymus alatus Odom PP13,168Little Moses Burning BushZone 4 3-4 H x 3-4 WDwarf compact, rounded shrub with rich green foliage which changes to brilliant shades of red in fall.

    #5 15-18 h $18.00

    Euonymus alatus Timber CreekChicago Fire Burning BushZone 4 8-10 H x 6-8 WSmaller form with dark green foliage and red-tinted new foliage. Excellent fall foliage color.

    #5 18-24 h $14.00#10 30-34 h $20.00

    Euonymus fortunei RoemertwoGold Splash EuonymusZone 5 18-24 H x 18 WBig round glossy green leaves with thick golden-yellow edges. Very bright showy colors and consistent in leaf coloration.

    #2 10-12 spd $12.50

    Forsythia x intermedia Show Off Nimbus PPAFShow Off Sugar Baby Dwarf ForsythiaZone 4 18-30 H x 18-30 WDwarf form with a very compact habit. In early spring, bright yellow flowers clothe the branches, before the leaves emerge.#3 12-15 h $14.00

    Hydrangea anomala PetiolarisClimbing HydrangeaZone 4 Spreading to 30Great climbing hydrangea with fragrant white lacecap flowers. Blooms late spring to mid-summer. Exfoliating reddish-bark.

    #5 Staked $14.50

    Hydrangea arborescens AnnabelleAnnabelle HydrangeaZone 3 4-5 H x 3-5 WLow growing, rounded shrub with dark green leaves highlight the white flower heads. Thrives in shade but will take early sun. A very hardy Hydrangea.

    #5 18-24 h $14.00

    Hydrangea arborescens NCHA1 PP20,765Invincibelle Spirit HydrangeaZone 3 3-4 H x 3-4 WDark pink buds open to pink flowers then mature to green. Similar to Annabelle but with pink flowers.

    #5 18-24 h $20.00

    Hydrangea macrophylla Endless SummerEndless Summer HydrangeaZone 4 3-5 H x 3-5 WReblooming mophead with blue or pink flowers (depends on soil pH). Blooms appear on old and new growth. Great patio container plant.#5 18-24 h $20.00

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  • Hydrangea macrophylla Oregon PrideOregon Pride HydrangeaZone 5 3-5 H x 3-5 WMounding shrub with dark purple-red stems and red to purplish flowers. Nice dark green foliage compliments this plants beauty. Offers outstanding orange-red fall color.

    #5 18-24 h $14.00

    Hydrangea paniculata Bokrathirteen PP21,778Sweet Summer HydrangeaZone 3 4-5 H x 4-5 WLarge white panicles in summer change to shades of pink, giving a two-toned color effect. Great for fresh cut flower arrangements.#6 18-24 h $18.00

    Hydrangea paniculata Bombshell PP21,008Bombshell HydrangeaZone 4 2-3 H x 3-4 WCompact, well-branched shrub with numerous white blooms that are rounded. Flowers have a pink center and turn fully pink when mature.#6 15-18 h $18.00

    Hydrangea paniculata Bulk PP16,812Quick Fire HydrangeaZone 4 5-6 H x 5-6 WThe first Hydrangea paniculata to bloom usually a month early. Flowers turn deep pink before others start blooming. Flower cones are more open, providing a unique look.

    #5 18-24 h $18.00

    Hydrangea paniculata DVPpinky PP16,166Pinky Winky HydrangeaZone 3 6-8 H x 6-8 WLarge flowers in summer open white, then change to pink, giving a two-toned color effect. Faster grower than Pink Diamond.#6 18-24 h $18.00

    Hydrangea paniculata Jane PPAFLittle Lime HydrangeaZone 3 3-5 H x 3-5 WDwarf form of Limelight. Bright lime-green flowers in late summer.

    #6 15 h $18.00

    Hydrangea paniculata Limelight PP12,874Limelight HydrangeaZone 3 6-8 H x 3-5 WShrub featuring beautiful, bright lime-green flowers in late summer. A strong grower and abundant bloomer.

    #6 18-24 h $18.00

    Hydrangea paniculata Renhy PP20,670Vanilla Strawberry HydrangeaZone 3 6 H x 5 WLarge flower heads of white, pink and rose all in the same bloom. Blooms appear over a long period.#6 18-24 h $18.00

    Hydrangea paniculata Rensun PPAFStrawberry Sundae HydrangeaZone 3 4-5 H x 4-5 WCompact growing flowering shrub known for its large flower heads of white changing to pink, all in the same bloom. Blooms appear over a long period. Great for fresh cut flower arrangements.

    #6 15-18 h $18.00

    Hydrangea paniculata SMHPFL PPAFFire Light HydrangeaZone 3 4-6 H x 4-6 WLarge blooms open white then change to raspberry-red. Long-lasting flowers on sturdy stems.

    #6 15-18 h $18.00

    Hydrangea paniculata Wims Red PPAFFire and Ice HydrangeaZone 3 3-5 H x 3-5 WCompact grower with large white open flowers changing pink. Long-lasting flowers on sturdy stems. Great for fresh cut flower arrangements.#6 18-24 h $18.00

    Hydrangea quercifolia Ruby SlippersRuby Slippers Dwarf Oakleaf HydrangeaZone 5 3-4 H x 4-5 WDeciduous shrub that produces large clusters of flowers that open white and quickly turn deep pink. Fall foliage color is a brilliant mahogany-red. Good in mixed borders or in mass plantings.#6 18-24 h $16.00

    Ilex verticillata Jim DandyJim Dandy WinterberryZone 4 3-5 H x 4-5 WMale selection of Ilex used to pollinate Red Sprite.

    #3 12-15 h $12.50

    Ilex verticillata Red SpriteRed Sprite WinterberryZone 4 2-3 H x 3-4 WFemale selection of winterberry that is half the size of others. Bright red fruit 1/2 diameter are held for months. Great winter plant.

    #3 12-15 h $12.50

    Ilex x meserveae Blue PrinceBlue Prince HollyZone 5 6-8 H x 3-6 WBeautiful dark green foliage and blue-purple stems. Pollenizer for female hollies. Tolerates pruning well.

    #3 15-18 h $14.00

    Ilex x meserveae Blue PrincessBlue Princess HollyZone 5 8-10 H x 6-8 WBeautiful dark green foliage and blue-purple stems. Loads of showy red berries fall through winter. Tolerates pruning well.

    #3 15-18 h $14.00

    Ilex x meseveae Blue PrincessIlex x meseveae Blue PrinceHydrangea quer. Ruby SlippersHydrangea pan. Fire and Ice

    Hydrangea pan. Little LambHydrangea pan. Quick FireHydrangea pan. BombshellHydrangea pan. Sweet Summer

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  • Physocarpus opul. Summer Wine

    Physocarpus opul. Amber Jubiliee

    Lonicera peric. Peaches and Cream

    Itea virginica Sprich PP10,988Little Henry SweetspireZone 4 2-3 H x 4 WMounded, compact deciduous shrub with masses of fragrant, pure white flowers in summer. Green foliage turns orange/red in fall.

    #2 12-15 h $12.00#5 15-18 h $16.00

    Ligustrum x vicaryiVicary Golden PrivetZone 5 8-10 H x 8-10 WUpright, colorful deciduous shrub with bright golden foliage all season. Nice color contrast when mixed in the shrub border or in foundation plantings.

    #5 15-18 h $12.50

    Lonicera periclymenum Inov86 PP21,839Peaches and Cream HoneysuckleZone 4 5-6 H x 4-5 WShowy blooms throughout summer are soft pink and light yellow. Compact form of honeysuckle. Tolerant of powdery mildew.

    #3 (Staked) $14.00

    Mahonia aquifoliumOregon Grape HollyZone 5 6 H x 6 WThis multi-season evergreen shrub has sulphur yellow blossoms, which are followed by powder blue berries. Red colored foliage in winter adds further interest.#3 15-18 h $12.50

    Mahonia repensCreeping MahoniaZone 5 18-24 H x 3-4 WLow, spreading evergreen shrub with year round interest. Bright yellow flowers are followed by clusters of blue fruit. Good large scale groundcover.

    #2 10-12 w $12.50

    Perovskia atriplicifolia Lisslitt PP20845Lacey Blue Russian SageZone 5 12-18 H x 2-3 WVery compact form with scented foliage and dark blue blooms in late summer. Tolerant of hot, dry sites.

    #2 10-12 w $10.00

    Physocarpus opulifolius Donna May PPAFLittle Devil NinebarkZone 2 4 H x 3 WCompact shrub with burgundy leaves. Small, pinkish-white flowers. Peeling bark. Upright, spreading growth habit. Tough and durable.#2 12-15 h $12.50#5 18-24 h $16.00

    Physocarpus opulifolius Jefam PP23,177Amber Jubilee NinebarkZone 2 5-6 H x 4 WShowy ornamental shrub with new foliage yellow/orange maturing to green then turning purple in fall. Excellent color effect in shrub or border plantings.#5 24-30 h $18.00

    Physocarpus opulifolius Monlo PP11,211Diabolo NinebarkZone 3 8-10 H x 8-10 WModerately growing, deciduous shrub has deep purple foliage and contrasting abundant creamy-white flowers in summer. Foliage will become green in high heat or partial shade. Ideal hedge or accent. Asexual propagation prohibited.#6 24-30 h $14.00

    Physocarpus opulifolius Seward PP14,821Summer Wine NinebarkZone 3 5-6 H x 5-6 WFine, deeply cut, reddish-purple foliage. Pinkish white flowers in mid summer. The outer bark on older stems peels into papery strips exposing rich brown inner bark for winter interest.#2 12-15 h $12.00#6 18-24 h $18.00

    Physocarpus opulifolius SMPOTW PPAFTiny Wine NinebarkZone 3 3-4 H x 3-4 WSmaller form of Ninebark with a nice full habit and burgundy foliage. Tiny light pink flower buds open to white flowers in spring.#2 12-15 h $12.50

    Potentilla fruticosa Apricot WhisperApricot Whisper PotentillaZone 2 2-3 H x 2-3 WUpright, oval habit. Apricot colored flowers on light green foliage. Very hardy.

    #2 12-15 h $8.50

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  • Potentilla fruticosa GoldfingerGoldfinger PotentillaZone 2 2-3 H x 2-3 WCompact mounded plant blooms all summer with golden flowers that contrast nicely against the dark green foliage. A great Potentilla.

    #2 12-15 h $8.50#5 15-18 h $11.00

    Potentilla fruticosa McKays WhiteMcKays White PotentillaZone 2 2-3 H x 2-3 WCompact, mounding shrub with showy white flowers early summer to frost. Hardy and adaptable.

    #5 15-18 h $11.00

    Potentilla fruticosa Pink BeautyPink Beauty PotentillaZone 2 3 H x 3 WClear pink flowers against bright green leaves.

    #2 12-15 h $8.50#5 15-18 h $11.00

    Potentilla fruticosa Setting Sun PP20,299Setting Sun PotentillaZone 3 3 H x 3 WPlant Haven introduction with large peach (pink-orange) flowers, with red color center eye. Flowers are large size at 1 1/2-2 and rebloom throughout the summer.

    #5 15-18 w $14.50

    Potentilla fruticosa Summer Dawn PP20,302Summer Dawn PotentillaZone 3 3 H x 3 WVery compact growing Potentilla with cream yellow flowers. The flowers are larger than most about 1 1/2-2 diameter. Blooms continuously throughout the summer.

    #5 15-18 w $12.50

    Prunus x cistenaSandcherryZone 3 6-10 H x 5-8 WUpright deciduous shrub. Reddish-purple foliage all season long. Fragrant white flowers in spring. Great accent or specimen.

    #5 18-24 h $14.00

    Rhamnus frangula ColumnarisColumnar BuckthornZone 3 10-15 H x 4-5 WNarrow, upright plant with lustrous, dark green foliage. Creamy white flowers followed by red to black fruit. Great for a narrow hedge.

    #7 30-36h $20.00#10 36-42 h $29.00

    Rhamnus frangula Ron Williams PP14,791Fine Line BuckthornZone 3 5-7 H x 2-3 WFantastic, fern-like foliage of Asplenifolia with the narrow, upright habit of Columnaris. Non invasive & produces very few fruit.#3 18-24 h $14.50#7 30-36 h $24.00#10 36-42 h $38.00

    Rhus aromatica Gro-LowGro-Low SumacZone 4 2 H x 6-8 WLow, wide-spreading plant with nice, glossy, medium green foliage. Golden yellow flowers in early spring with red fruits in late summer. Orange-red fall color.

    #3 15-18 h $13.50

    Rhus typhina BailtigerTiger Eyes Staghorn Sumac PP16,185Zone 4 6 H x 6 WUpright, rounded shrub. New growth is chartreuse, quickly changing to yellow. Colors contrast nicely with the rosy-pink leaf stems. Brilliant orange, yellow and red in fall.#3 18-24 h $16.00#7 30-36 h $26.00

    Ribes alpinumAlpine CurrantZone 2 3-5 H x 3-5 WDeciduous shrub clothed with rich green lobed foliage. Great specimen mixed into landscapes or used in hedges. Very cold hardy.

    #5 18-24 h $12.00

    Rosa Meidrifora PP19,148Coral Drift Groundcover RoseZone 4 18 H x 2-3 WCoral-orange flowers blanket this low growing shrub rose. Bloom continually from late spring into fall. Very disease resistant. Great low maintenance groundcover.

    #2 12 $12.00

    Rosa Meigalpio PP17,877Red Drift Groundcover RoseZone 4 18 H x 2-3 WRich red flowers with white centers accent this low growing shrub rose. Bloom continually from late spring into fall. Very disease resistant. Great low maintenance groundcover.

    #2 12 $12.00

    Rosa Meijocos PP18,874Pink Drift Groundcover RoseZone 4 18 H x 2-3 WBright pink flowers with white centers highlight this low growing shrub rose. Bloom continually from late spring into fall. Very disease resistant. Great low maintenance groundcover.

    #2 12 $12.00

    Rosa Meimirrot PPAFApricot Drift Groundcover RoseZone 4 18 H x 2-3 WApricot-pink blooms cover this low growing shrub rose. Bloom continually from late spring into fall. Very disease resistant. Great low maintenance groundcover.

    #2 12 $12.00

    Rosa Radrazz PP11,836Knock Out Red RoseZone 4 4 H x 4 WBright pink flowers in warm climates to cherry red in cool climates. Extremely disease resistant. Light fragrance.

    #2 12 $12.50

    Rosa Knock OutRosa DriftRibes alphiumRhus typhina Tiger Eyes

    Prunus x cistenaPotentilla fruticosa Summer DawnPotentilla fruticosa Setting SunPotentilla fruticosa Pink Beauty

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  • Spiraea japonica Magic Carpet

    Spiraea japonica Little Princess

    Sorbaria sorbifolia Sem

    Rosa Radtko PP16,202Double Knock Out RoseZone 4 3-4 H x 3-4 WBlooms early May until the first hard frost. Excellent disease resistance. Blooms in an abundance of double, cherry-red flowers. Self cleaning.

    #2 12 $12.50

    Rosa floribunda Wekvossutono PP18,473Julia Child RoseZone 4 4-5 H x 3-4 W2006 AARS Winner. Floribunda with double, butter-yellow flowers. Excellent for cutting. Heat tolerant, compact and easy care. Propagation is prohibited.

    #2 12 $13.50

    Salix integra FlamingoFlamingo Dappled WillowZone 4 4-6 x 4-6 WStriking pink, white and green mottled foliage highlight this rounded deciduous shrub. Effective in adding color and contrast to any landscape.

    #5 18-24 h $12.00

    Sorbaria sorbifolia Sem PP16336Ash Leaf SpireaZone 2 3-4 H x 3-4 WMulti-stemmed deciduous shrub. Fern-like foliage emerges coppery-pink, changing to deep green. Pure white flowers add to its appeal. Compact, dense growth habit. Propagation is prohibited.#2 10-12 h $10.50

    Spiraea albifloraJapanese White SpireaZone 3 2-3 H x 2-3 WDense, rounded shrub with white flowers that bloom all summer long. First spirea to awaken after long winter.

    #5 15-18 w $12.00

    Spiraea betulifolia Tor Gold PPAFGlow Girl Tor SpireaZone 4 2-3 H x 2-3 WCompact form with tiny white flowers set against a background of yellow foliage with coppery red highlights. Attractive to butterflies.

    #2 12-15 w $11.00#5 15-18 w $14.00

    Spiraea betulifolia TorTor SpireaZone 4 3-4 H x 3-4 WCompact form with tiny white flowers set against a background of deep green leaves. Foliage turns a deep purple-red in fall. Attractive to butterflies.

    #2 12-15 w $9.00#5 15-18 w $12.00

    Spiraea japonica GoldflameGoldflame SpireaZone 4 3-4 H x 3-4 WAttractive bronzy new growth in spring matures to a soft yellow green that backs the crimson blooms from late spring to summer. Fall foliage turns coppery-orange.#2 12-15 w $9.00#5 15-18 w $12.00

    Spiraea japonica GoldmoundGoldmound SpireaZone 4 2-3 H x 4 WLemon yellow and lime foliage as it matures with light pink flower clusters in summer. Fall foliage turns orange-red.

    #2 10-12 w $10.00#5 15-18 w $12.50

    Spiraea japonica Little PrincessLittle Princess SpireaZone 3 2 H x 3 WLow, mounded and dense. Pink flowers in summer against mint green foliage. Dark red fall color.

    #2 12-15 w $9.00#5 15-18 w $12.00

    Spiraea japonica BailcarolSundrop SpireaZone 3 15 H x 3 WShowy pink flowers are held against small golden leaves in spring. Naturally dwarf habit. Holds its color throughout summer.

    #2 10-12 w $10.00#5 12-15 w $14.00

    Spiraea japonica Walbuma PP9,363Magic Carpet SpireaZone 3 18 H x 2 WShrub showing red leaf tips above golden-bronze foliage. Pinkish-purple flowers in summer give long season interest. Asexual propagation prohibited.

    #2 12-15 w $9.50#5 15-18 w $12.50

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  • Spiraea x bumalda Anthony WatererAnthony Waterer SpireaZone 4 2-3 H x 4-5 WUpright, rounded shrub. Rose-pink flowers in June-July. Reddish-purple fall foliage.

    #5 15-18 w $12.00

    Spiraea x bumalda Neon FlashNeon Flash SpireaZone 4 3 H x 3 WFast growing, deciduous shrub has bright neon red flower clusters that are set off by the lush green foliage that will become dark burgundy in fall. Ideal low hedge.

    #2 12-15 w $9.00#5 15-18 w $12.00

    Spiraea x bumalda Denistar PP22,432Superstar SpireaZone 3 2-3 H x 3-4 WCompact growing shrub with deep green foliage that has a red tinge. Pink flower clusters in summer give long season interest. Bronze-colored fall color.#2 10-12 w $10.00#5 12-15 w $14.00

    Syringa SMSJBP7 PPAFBloomerang Dark Purple LilacZone 3 4-5 H x 4-5 WReblooming lilac with fragrant, deep purple blooms appearing in spring and again during the summer. Compact, mounded form. Larger form and more rounded than Bloomerang.#2 12-15 h $14.50#5 15-18 h $16.50

    Syringa SMSXPM PPAFScent & Sensibility LilacZone 3 2-3 H x 2-3 WDwarf reblooming lilac with fragrant, pink blooms appearing in spring and again during the summer. Great in the landscape or in a container.

    #2 12-15 h $14.00#5 15-18 h $16.50

    Syringa meyeri PalibinDwarf Korean LilacZone 3 4-5 x 5-7 WDeciduous dwarf spreading shrub has reddish-purple buds that open to single pale lilac flowers. Fragrant flowers bloom profusely at and early age. Ideal in groupings.

    #2 12-15 h $12.50#5 15-18 h $14.50#7 18-24 h $20.00

    Syringa patula Miss KimMiss Kim LilacZone 3 6-7 H x 5-6 WBroad, spreading Lilac. Purple buds open to fragrant, single, pale lilac colored flowers. Blooms later than other Lilacs.

    #2 12-15 h $11.00#5 15-18 h $14.00

    Syringa vulgarisCommon Purple LilacZone 3 15 H x 12 WLarge rounded form. Large 4-8 lilac colored blooms in May. Dark green foliage. Nice fragrance.

    #5 24-30 h $18.00

    Syringa x Bailbelle PP12,294Tinkerbelle LilacZone 3 5-6 H x 4-5 WUpright growing Lilac. Wine red buds open to a rich pink with a spicy fragrance.

    #5 15-18 h $14.50

    Syringa x Penda PP20,575Bloomerang LilacZone 3 4-5 H x 4-5 WReblooming lilac with fragrant, purple blooms appearing in spring and again during the summer. Compact, mounded form.

    #2 12-15 h $14.00

    Viburnum dentatum Ralph SeniorAutumn Jazz ViburnumZone 4 10-12 H x 8-10 WVase shaped shrub with glossy dark green leaves. Blooms in late spring with creamy white flowers. Blue-black berries from late August to October. Yellow through red fall colors.

    #5 24-30 h $14.50#7 30-36 h $18.00

    Viburnum lantana MohicanMohican ViburnumZone 3 6 H x 6-8 WCompact, globose shaped plant. Leathery, dark green leaves. Creamy, white, flat topped flowers cover plant in spring. Orange-red fruit in July, turning black in fall. Purple-bronze fall foliage.

    #5 24-30 h $14.50#7 30-36 h $20.00

    Viburnum opulus NanaDwarf European CranberryZone 4 2 H x 3 WVery dense mounded shape, requires no trimming. Great foundation plant or hedge plant. Can handle poor soils, sun or shade.

    #2 8-10 spd $12.50

    Viburnum opulus SterileEastern SnowballZone 3 10-12 H x 12-14 WSpectacular blooming deciduous shrub with numerous, pure white, snowball-sized clusters of blooms in spring.

    #5 18-24 spd $16.00

    Viburnum pragense DeckerPrague ViburnumZone 5 6-12 HDense mounded form. Large green leaves with sterile white blooms in spring. Attractive to bees, butterflies and birds.

    #5 18-24 spd $14.50#10 30-36 spd $26.00

    Viburnum trilobum Bailey CompactAmerican Cranberrybush ViburnumZone 2 5-6 H x 5-6 WCompact, rounded form with beautiful, green foliage. White flowers and red fruit. Deep red fall color.

    #2 15-18 h $12.50#5 18-24 h $14.50#10 24-30 h $26.00

    Viburnum tri. Bailey CompactViburnum lantana MohicanViburnum dent. Autumn JazzSyringa patula Miss Kim

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    Weigela florida Shining Sensation

    Viburnum trilobum J.N. SelectRedwing Highbush CranberryZone 2 10 H x 8 WDensely branched deciduous shrub with red-tinted new foliage. White flowers are produced in late spring and are followed by persistent red fruit. Red fall foliage color.

    #6 24-30 h $14.00#10 30-36 h $26.00

    Viburnum x juddiiJudd ViburnumZone 3 3-4 STD H x 6-8 WRounded habit. Produces snowball like blooms in early spring. Blooms have a slight Gardenia like fragrance. Dark green foliage turns bronze in fall.

    #5 24-30 h $16.00

    Weigela florida Alexandra PP10,772Wine and Roses WeigelaZone 4 4-5 H x 4-5 WStriking, purple foliage throughout the growing season with rosy-pink flowers. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.

    #2 12-15 w $12.50#5 15-18 w $16.00

    Weigela florida Bokraspiwi PPAFSpilled Wine WeigelaZone 4 18-24 H x 2-3 WDark, reddish-purple foliage and hot pink flowers. Broad, spreading habit.

    #2 12-15 w $12.50

    Weigela florida Dark Horse PP14,381Dark Horse WeigelaZone 4 2-3 H x 2-3 WA superb plant for planting toward the front of the shrub border. Clusters of pink blossoms during the late spring which are held above lovely dark maroon foliage. Asexual propagation prohibited.

    #2 12-15 w $12.50#5 15-18 w $14.50

    Weigela florida MinuetMinuet WeigelaZone 4 3 H x 3 WMounding, deciduous shrub produces lush purple tinged foliage and spectacular display of rosy-pink blooms.

    #2 12-15 w $12.50

    Weigela florida Bokrashine PPAFShining Sensation WeigelaZone 4 4-5 H x 3-4 WHeavy blooming pink funnel-shaped flowers that offer great contrasting color with showy burgundy foliage.

    #2 12-15 w $12.50#5 15-18 w $16.00

    Weigela florida Verweig PP16,824My Monet WeigelaZone 4 4-5 H x 4-5 WDwarf variegated Weigela is blessed with both colorful pink/white leaf edges and soft pink flowers. Perfect edge plant for landscape beds.

    #2 10-12 w $12.50#5 12-15 w $16.00

    Weigela florida Verweil4 PPAFSonic Bloom Red WeigelaZone 4 4-5 H x 4-5 WA mounding, deciduous shrub produces medium green foliage which id offset by a spectacular display of bright red blooms throughout the summer.

    #5 18-24 w $14.50

    Weigela florida Wings of Fire PP21,920Wings of Fire WeigelaZone 4 3-5 H x 3-5 WFoliage emerges pink/red, deepening to fiery red by fall. Pink flowers in early summer. Maintains its size without pruning. Propagation is prohibited.#2 12-15 w $12.50#5 15-18 w $16.00

    Wisteria macrostachys Betty MathewsSummer Cascade WisteriaZone 4 Spreading to 15-25Wonderfully, fragrant lavender-blue flower clusters dangle from spreading vines in late spring into early summer. Great for covering arbors, trellis or fences.#2 $14.00

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