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ABELIOPHYLLUM - White Forsythia
- ABELIOPHYLLUM DISTICHUM (Korean White Forsythia) A smaller shrub than the more common yellow forsythia and a bit earlier blooming. 4-6 feet tall. to zone 4. In gallon pots. $10.00
- ABELIOPHYLLUM DISTICHUM ROSEA - The "pink flowered" White Forsythia. In gallon pots. same size and zone as the white form. Lovely scent. $10.00
AESCULUS - Buckeye
- AESCULUS PAVIA - Red Buckeye. Small tree or large shrub. 10-20 feet tall. Red flowers. Lustrous dark green foliage. Good in full sun, but will also grow in light shade, for example at the edge of the woods. Zones 4-8 Gallon pots $10.00
- AESCULUS TURBINATA - Small tree 10-20 feet tall. Lovely large trusses of white flowers. Lustrous dark green foliage. Good in full sun, but will also grow in light shade, for example at the edge of the woods. Zones 4-8 Gallon pots $12.00
BUDDLEIA - Butterfly Bush
- BUDDLEIA ALTERNIFOLIA 'ARGENTEA' - Silver Fountain Butterfly Bush. A small tree or large bush that does well in a variety of soils and sites. Lavender flowers mid-spring. Silvery blue, very fine textured foliage. Good as a specimen or in a mixed border. 4-6 feet tall. Z4. $10.00 in gallons.
COTINUS - Smoketree
- COTINUS 'GRACE' - A hybrid of the purple leaved cultivar 'Velvet Cloak' and the American Smoketree, Cotinus Obovatus. It is vigorous, fast growing and showy. Exceptionally large flower plumes and wonderful fall color. In gallon pots, $10.00
GINKGO - Maidenhair Tree
- GINKGO BILOBA (Maidenhair Tree) Zones 3-8. Clusters of 3-5 fan shaped, bright green leaves. Yellow in fall as in the picture. Young stems are light brown, becoming grey with stringy peeling bark. Grows 10-15' in 10 years. Prefers sandy, deep moderately moist soil, but grows in almost any situation. Full sun. Air pollution tolerant. A durable tree for difficult landscape situations. Extremely pest free. From eastern China. Introduced in 1784. Gallons $10.00
HEPTACODIUM - Seven Sons Tree
- HEPTACODIUM MICONOIDES (Seven Sons Tree) Zone 4 6' - 20' A rare plant from China which was once thought to be extinct in the wild. Quite adaptable to wet or dry; acid or alkaline soils. Textured dark green leaves. Fall foliage is yellow and long lasting. Bark exfoliates in light tan strips against a chalky white background. Small fragrant creamy-white flowers are borne in profusion from mid-August to the end of September which are replaced by bright pink calyxes which persist till frost. Flowers are borne in groups of 7 on each stem, hence its name. Rose colored fruit may stay bright cerise pink or ripen to a rich purple color. Understoy plant which is an excellent companion in a shade garden. Gallon pots for $18.00
HIBISCUS - Rose of Sharon
- HIBISCUS MUTABILIS × SYRIACUS 'TOSCA' - Robust hybrid with ruffled orchid lavender flowers and a carmine eye. A heavy bloomer with flowers much larger than Rose of Sharon. Bold, dark green foliage. Another sterile hybrid. $12.00 in gallons.
JASMINUM - Jasmine
- JASMINUM NUDIFLORUM 'AUREUM' - A ground creeping or low growing rambling shrub, variegated green and gold foliage with yellow blooms very early in the spring, early March here. Sun or light shade. $10.00 in gallons, with a few smaller ones in quarts.
METASEQUOIA - Dawn Redwood
- METASEQUOIA GLYPTOSTROBOIDES
(Dawn Redwood) Deciduous. Discovered in China in 1845. Bark is dark dark copper colored and fissured, exfoliating in thin strips. Twigs are green at first, later turn red-brown. Needles are blue green on top and lighter green underneath. Completely winter hardy and fast growing. Loves wet spots. Hank groups these with ginkgos for year round effect. $12.00 in gallons.
PAEONIA - Peonies
PINUS - Pines
- PINUS KORAIENSIS 'OCULUS DRACONIS' Dragon Eye Pine. Shiny gold and green banded needles. Hardy to zone 4. They say it is somewhat deer resistant, though I can't say as much for rabbits, so it needs some protection while it is still small. Full sun, but protect from winter wind. Hardy to zone 4. $30 in one or two gallon pots.
POPULUS - Poplar
- POPULUS ALBA RICHARDII Gold/yellow leaves with stark white backs. Do a bit of fluttering in the breeze to show off the white color. Plant it where you can mow around it since it has a tendency to sucker and mowing around it takes care of the suckers. $10 in gallon pots.
SALIX - Willow
- SPIREA × BUMALDA 'GOLD FLAME' Height and spread about 3 feet. Likes full sun.
A broad, flat topped low growing shrub with erect branches. Small light pink flowers midsummer until frost. New leaves are pink and gold and fall color can be spectacular. Zones 3 - 8. $10.00 in gallons.
- SPIREA DOUGLASII DOUGLASII - Western Mountain Spirea. Deer resistant. Likes shade. Will grow in damp places. Mature size only about 3 feet tall. Silver 'furred' buds and leaves are silver underneath. Rose pink flower clusters in summer. Orange fall color in fall. $10.00 in gallon pots.
SYRINGA - Lilacs
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