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Flowering Shrubs provide a wonderful backdrop for the garden. Those with special characteristics can be used a focal points, others provide seasonal color.
Berberis thunbergii 'Bagatelle'
'Bagatelle' is a very compact shrub possibly reaching an ultimate height of 18". This plant forms a wonderful broad mound of dark brick-red leaves that turn a brighter red in autumn before falling. One gallon $10.00
Berberis thunbergii 'Concorde'
A dwarf ball with velvety, deep purple foliage. Superior to 'Crimson Pygmy'. Recently added to the federal rust free barberry list. This is a beauty! Zone 4, 18 inches, Full sun. One gallon. $10.00
Berberis thunbergii 'Helmond Pillar'
A multi-stemmed, upright columnar form with its foliage nearly the same size and color as 'Bagatelle'. This very upright, purple pillar really makes a statement in the right spot. Grows 3-6’ a year, reaching 3-5’. Sun to partial shade.
One gallon $12. Two gallon $15.00
Berberis thunbergii 'Rosy Glow'
This barberry is one of our more vigorous cultivars and is certainly a showy garden
plant with its variegated leaves of purple with light pink splotches. A great garden accent! Grows 3-6” a year, reaching 3-5’. Sun to partial shade.
One gallon $10.00 Two gallon $12.00
Camellia ‘April Remembered’
This fast-growing plant has large semi-double flowers, that range in color from cream to pink. It blooms heavily over a long period, from early to late season. 5 Inch-$7.00, One gallon-$12.00
Camellia sasanqua 'Jean May'
Ht: 8'-10' Spread: 6' - 10' Shape: Upright, Shrubby
Type: Evergreen Shrub Light: Part Shade Soil: Moist, Well Drained Acid Soil
Large, shell pink double blooms. Dark green glossy foliage. Blooms mid-season October-early December. 5 Inch-$7.00, One gallon-$12.00
Camellia ‘Jury’s Yellow’ Hybrid camellia
As one of the first "yellow" hybrids in the genus, it is certainly worth having for its pleasing soft color and its wonderful form, but don’t expect a buttercup yellow because it has "yellow" in its name. An abundance of medium-sized, anemone form flowers, comprised of a row of
ivory guard petals encircling a mass of small, creamy yellow petaloids.
This compact, upright shrub blooms early to late season. 2-3'
5 Inch-$7.00, One gallon-$12.00
Chaenomeles japonica ‘Kingishi’
A medium growing plant that tops out at 4-5 feet, with single, very bright orange flowers. Very showy. Not invasive and not as fast growing as the species. One gallon $6.00
Chaenomeles 'Texas Scarlet'
(C. speciosa) An old time favorite with bright red flowers in May. Very popular for hedging. Zone 5, 3-4 feet, Full Sun to Partial Shade. One gallon-$6.00
Clematis heracleifolia ‘davidiana’
Introducing a Shrub Clematis that needs no trellis! This new cultivar, ‘davidiana’, will produce clusters of deep blue, highly scented flowers in late August through September. Butterflies flock to the spicy aroma of the flowers. Flowering occurs late in the season when most flowering plants are finished blooming. The two to three foot shrub will create an outstanding display of blue flowers against the background of deep green colossal foliage. Grow the plants in full sun or partial shade. Zones 3-8
Cotinus ‘Young Lady
Blooming Crazy! This precocious beauty lives to bloom. Even as a one gallon, every terminal results in a bloom. The result is a poodle in a pot from June to August! A real show stopping impulse plant. Developed by Hendrik Kolster of Boskoop, Netherlands. Excellent orange red fall color. Zone 4, 8-10 feet, full sun /partial shade. One gallon-$8.00
Cotoneaster dammeri ‘Strieb’s Findling’
A prostrate selection from Germany, 'Strieb's Findling' will provide an unusual accent to your garden. This very low growing plant with tiny green leaves appears to cling tightly to the ground. Accented with white flowers in spring and red berries in the fall and winter, it may attain a height of 4" with 3-6’ spread. 4 to 8" per year.
Sun to partial shade. One gallon-$12.00
'Kumson' (F. viridissima koreana)
A unique new variegated forsythia discovered in Korea. Dark green leaves are accented with an attractive network of silver veins.
Typical forsythia flowers and with an upright arching habit. Zone 5, 4-6 feet, Partial Shade/Shade. Full, One gallons-$6.00
Forsythia x Intermedia ‘Fiesta’
An upright, mounded shrub most noted for it's compact size and variegated yellow and green foliage. It also features golden yellow flowers in spring which appear before the foliage. Early blooming with yellow flowers, reaching 2 feet by 3 feet. Best in full sun. 5 inch-$6.00 One gallon-$10.00
Hebe Buxifolia Hebe odora
The wonderful box-leaf Hebe! Lovely little evergreen shrub - 2-3' tall rounded shape. Usually stays at 1.5-2 feet. Dark green, small leaves all year with white flowers blooming for an extended period of time. Makes a great hedge and perfect in any formal garden arrangement. Hardy to zone 6. Four inch pot, $4.00, one gallon-$6.00
Hebe 'Nicola's Blush'
Undisputedly one of the best Hebe varieties ever. A fairly low growing Hebe to approx. 2 feet, with a long flowering season from June until into Winter. The leaves are a light brownish-green and have some purple tinting in winter. The extremely showy flowers are held in floriferous short columns and are colored soft pink, maturing to white. Sun/Part shade zone 7+. 1 gallon-$10.00
Hydrangea anomala petiolaris ‘Climbing Hydrangea’
An elegant vine with glossy green leaves and lacy white flowers that appear starting in June. Plant on a tall oak tree or on a westward brick wall. It will climb all growing season. Given time, this vine can reach 30 feet. Hardy to Zone 4, it will grow in full sun to partial shade.
Hydrangea a. petiolaris ‘Firefly’
A new yellow variegated climbing Hydrangea.
In the spring this plant really shines. As summer progresses the gold margin turns to
chartreuse. Plant on an oak tree or on a westward brick wall.
It will take your breath away. Zone 4, 30 feet. Big One Gallon-$8.00
'Coppertina'™ (P. opulifolius ‘Mindia’ PPAF, Candian PBRAF )
A new copper colored hybrid that resulted from a cross between ‘Diabolo’ and ‘Dart's Gold’. The copper is most pronounced in the spring as the new growth flushes and then gradually changes to a dark red. This native variety has pinkish-white, button-like flowers in mid-summer. It is very showy and extremely hardy. NATIVE: North America. Zone 3, 5-6 feet, Full sun. One gallon $12.00 2 gallon $15.00
'Summer Wine'™ (P. opulifolius ‘Seward’ PPAF, Candian PBRAF )
An exciting new and improved Ninebark with neat compact branching and fine deeply cut, dark crimson-red leaves. A heavenly hybrid which combines the fine texture and compact branching of Physocarpus ‘Nana’ with the dark foliage of ‘Diabolo’. It requires little pruning to make a salable plant and it presents better in a pot. This native variety has pinkish-white, button-like flowers in mid-summer. It is very showy and extremely hardy. Prized as a landscape shrub and as a cut flower. NATIVE: North America. Zone 3, 5-6 feet, Full sun. 1 gallon $12.00 2 gallons-$15.00
'Sambucus nigra ‘Black Beauty’ (S. nigra 'Gerda’ ppaf)
Black Beauty is a breakthrough plant with intriguing dark black foliage. The leaf color does not fade to green in summer, but actually gets darker. Loads of lemon scented, rich pink flowers in late June – early July that contrast wonderfully with the foliage. Grow it as a shrub, or cut it back each year and use it as a bold perennial. Developed by Ken Tobutt and Jacqui Prevette of the HRI - East Malling Research Station in England. Propagation is restricted. Zone 4, 8-12 feet, Fragrant, Full Sun/ Partial Shade. One gallon, $12.00. Two gallon, $17.00.
Sambucus nigra ‘Black Lace’ (S. nigra 'Eva’ ppaf)
It’s intriguing dark foliage is finely cut like that of Japanese maple. But Black Lace is adaptable to most growing conditions and hardy all the way to Zone 4, making it a better choice than Japanese maple for many areas. Plant it in the perennial border or use it as a dramatic accent in the general landscape. Developed by Ken Tobutt and Jacqui Prevette of the HRI - East Malling Research Station in England. Propagation is restricted. Zone 4, 8-12 feet, Full Sun Partial Shade. One gallon, $15.00. Two gallon, $20.00.
Syringa 'George Eastman'
A true color breakthrough. Magnificent wine-red buds and deep cerise-pink blooms. Superb, smaller, upright form. A chance seedling discovered in Durand-Eastman Park in Rochester, NY. Zone 2, 4-6 feet, Fragrant, Good for Cutting, Full Sun. One gallon. $8.00 Two Gallon-$12.00
A remarkable dwarf lilac introduced by Minier Nursery of France in 1976. Noted for it propensity to bloom and bloom. The lavender-pink blooms appear in May and continue unit frost! Zone 2, 4-6 feet, Fragrant, Good for Cutting, Full Sun. One gallon. $10.00
An early bloomer with very fragrant, deep reddish-purple, single flowers. A very popular color! Zone 2, 10-12 feet, Fragrant, Full Sun. Two gallon-$12.00
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