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 Magnolia x loebneri 
View Photo'Leonard Messel'(h15'/w8')
An upright rounded form.  One of the hardiest of all Magnolias.  Lilac pink flowers with a deep purple line on the center of the petals.  Sun to part shade. Z4.

Magnolia stellata 'Star'
'Centennial'(h15'/w10')
Multi-stemmed, compact growth habit.  Its white petaled flowers with a tinge of pink on the outside open flat, 5.5"across. Sun to part shade. Z4.

View Photo'Royal Star'(h15'/w10')
A compact rounded form with deep green foliage turning yellow in fall.  Produces large double white flowers 3" across.  Sun to part shade. Z4

Microbiota dicussata
View Photo‘Russian Cypress’(h12”/w4’)A low growing shrub with green, cedar like foliage, growing in vertical sprays. A good groundcover for tough spots in shade. Part sun.

 Philidelphius x virginalis ‘Mock Orange’

View Photo‘Minnesota Snowflake’(h8’/w6’)
A hardy compact shrub covered with double white flowers in spring.  Very fragrant.

Picea abies ‘Spruce’

‘Norway Spruce’(h50-80’/w25-30’)Fast growing, broad upright sprucewith bright green foliage. Sun. Z2.

View Photo‘Nidiformis’ (Bird’s Nest Spruce) (h3/w3’)
A low growing, broad shrub with light green foliage.  Good for foundations or as an accent plant.  A sunken center gives it a nest-like appearance. Sun. Z2.

Picea glauca ‘Conica’

View Photo‘Dwarf Alberta Spruce’(h8’/w4’)
A slow growing evergreen shrub with grass-green foliage.  Natural pyramidal form.  Requires no trimming.  Grows 2-4” per year. Sun. Z3.

Pieris floribunda

‘Brouwer’s Beauty’(h4-5’/w5’)
 Dark green foliage. Its new foliage is yellow-green. Drooping clusters of white flowers in spring. Sun to part shade.  Z5.

 Pieris japonica

View Photo‘Mountain Fire’
An upright grower dark glossy green foliage.  Its new foliage first appears a brilliant red, making this plant unique.  Drooping clusters of white flowers show in spring. Part sun to part shade. Z5. (Not Guaranteed)

 Pinis mugo ‘Pumilio’

View Photo‘Dwarf Mugo Pine’(h3-8’/w3-8’)
A compact shrub, dark green foliage, dwarf globular form.  Great in foundations, rockery plantings, or any place in the landscape. A healthy shearing once a year is needed. Sun. Z3.

Potentilla fruticosa ‘Cinquefoil’

View Photo‘Abbotswood’(h4’/w4’)
Bright green foliage, lovely pure white flowers all summer. Sun. Z3

View Photo‘Goldfinger’(h4’/w4’)
Broad mounding form, deep green foliage, very large golden yellow flowers all summer. Sun. Z3

View Photo‘McKay’s White’(h4’/w4’)
Similar to ‘Abbotswood’ but slightly larger growth habit. Sun. Z3.

‘Pink Whisper’(h4’/w4’)
Slow growing, light pink flowers. Sun. Z3.

View PhotoSunset’(h3’/w4’)
A good spreading habit, dark green foliage, deep red-orange flowers through the summer. Sun. Z3

‘Tangerine’(h3’/w4’)
Compact grower, blooms with coppery orange to deep yellow. Sun. Z3

Prunus cerasifera ‘Plum’

‘Newport’(h15’/w8’)
 Dark purple foliage through out the summer. Pale pink flowers in spring. Sun. Z5.

‘Thundercloud’(h18’/w8’)
 Dark purple foliage during summer. Fragrant pink flowers in early spring. Sun. Z5.

Prunus x cistena

View Photo‘Purple leaf Sancherry’(h10’/w6-8’)
An upright branching shrub, with striking reddish-purple foliage all summer. Delicate pale-pink flowers in spring. Sun. Z2.

 Prunus glandulosa ‘Rosea’

View Photo‘Pink Flowering Almond’(h5’/w4’)
An upright growing shrub, light green-grey foliage, double pink flowers in spring. Sun. Z4.

Rosa
Please refer to our separate rose catalogue.

Rhododendron
All broadleaf Rhododendrons prefer acidic, well-drained soil, growing in sun to part shade. Blooming time is from early-May to mid-June depending on the cultivars.

Large Leaf

‘Bessie Howell’(h5’/w7’)
 Burgundy-red flowers. Grows wider then tall. Z5.

‘Boule De Neige’(h4’/w4’)
 Pure white flowers. Compact forming. Z5.

‘Boursault’(h7’/w7’)
 Deep purple flower buds open to lavender. Round dense shape. Z5.

‘Catawabiense Album’(h8’/w8’)
 Flower buds are lilac opening to white with yellow blotch. Z4.

‘Catawabiense Grandiflorum’(h8’/w8’)
 Large lilac flowers. Long blooming. Z5.

‘Chiniodes’(h5’/w6’)
 White flowers with yellow centers. Compact growth habit. Z5.

‘English Roseum’(h8’/w8’)
Rose-pink flowers. Z4.

‘Janet Blair’(h6’/w6-8’)
 Pink flowers. Large dark green leaves. Z5.

‘Minnetonka’(h4-5’/w4-5’)
 Light lavender flowers. Dense forming growth habit. Z4.

‘Nova Zembla’(h8’/w8’)
 Very popular. Red flowers. Z5.

‘Purpureum Elegans’(h7’/w7’)
 Dark purple flowers. Z5.

‘Roseum Elegans’(h8’/w8’)
 Lilac-pink flowers. One of our most hardy large leafed Rhode’s. Z4.

‘Scintillation’(h5’/w5’)
 Attractive pink flowers. Large dark green leaves. Z4.