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  • Glossy Abelia

    This hardy evergreen shrub has long-blooming white flowers and responds well to pruning.

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    6-9
    4 -6 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Canyon Creek Abelia

    An easy-care plant with long-blooming pinkish flowers all season.

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    6-9
    3 -6 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Kaleidoscope Glossy Abelia

    This low-maintenance shrub is true to name creating a stunning display in the landscape.

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    6-9
    2 -3 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Little Richard Glossy Abelia

    An easy-care shrub with attractive orange and pink tints during the fall.

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    6-9
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Radiance Abelia

    This brand new Abelia has creamy white and yellow-green variegated foliage and grows in a tight, compact mound.

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    6-9
    2 -3 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Rose Creek Glossy Abelia

    This is a dense lower-growing form of Abelia with good leaf retention during the winter.

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    6-9
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Sunrise Glossy Abelia

    A brightly colored plant that grows best in part shade.  Slow growth habit.

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    6-9
    3 -5 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Trident Maple

    An easy-to-grow, medium-sized tree adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions.

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    5-9
    20 -30 ft
    20 -30 ft
  • Aeryn® Trident Maple

    An easy-to-grow, medium-sized tree adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions. Red, Yellow, and orange fall color.

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    5-9
    30 -40 ft
    20 -30 ft
  • Flame Maple

    A small tree or large shrub with a broadly horizontal growth habit.

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    4-8
    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Bloodgood Japanese Maple

    The most popular of all Japanese Maple with purple red foliage in summer and crimson foliage in fall.

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    5-8
    12 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Brandywine Red Maple

    Fall color becomes more brilliant as time goes.

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    4-9
    40 -50 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Ogon Sweet Flag

    Outstanding grass for use as ground cover. Deer resistant.

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    5-11
    10 -12 in
    4 -6 in
  • Five Leaf Akebia

    Great for training on a fence, arbor or walls, but also good as ground cover in shady woodland gardens.

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    5-8
    20 -40 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Butterfly Milkweed

    Wonderful orange flowering milkweed that attracts butterflies.

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    4-7
    1 -2 ft
    1 -2 ft
  • Serrated Green Japanese Aucuba

    Green Aucuba with narrow serrated leaves. Slow growing and loves the shade.

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    7-9
    5 -8 ft
    5 -7 ft
  • Golden Barberry

    Striking yellow foliage from this Barberry can liven up any border or foundation planting.

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    3 -4 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Crimson Pygmy Barberry

    Crimson foliage along with a low mounding growth habit make this plant useful in any landscape.  Plant in sun for best color.

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    4-8
    2 -3 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Rose Glow Barberry

    A moderate sized barberry with multi-colored foliage. Works well where a taller growing plant is needed.

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    4-8
    3 -5 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • William Penn Barberry

    Dense, mounding shrub distinguished by its unusual texture.

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    3 -4 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Red Jewel Barberry

    Attractive red foliage that darkens during the winter, distinguishes this semi-evergreen barberry.  Shrub will retain most of the foliage during winter if protected from winter winds.

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    3 -4 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Dura-heat River Birch

    A native tree that is tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions. Exfoliating bark adds interest to landscape.

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    40 -50 ft
    16 -35 ft
  • Heritage River Birch

    A native tree that is tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions. Exfoliating bark adds interest to landscape.

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    40 -50 ft
    16 -35 ft
  • Blue Heaven Buddleia

    Low growing Buddleia with blue flowers accented against silver foliage makes this a good choice for any landscape site with sun.

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    2 -3 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Black Knight Buddleia

    Dark purple flowers accent a background of green foliage on this large, flowering plant. Will bloom continuously through the summer if spent flowers are removed.

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    5-9
    5 -10 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Ellen's Blue Buddleia

    Fragrant blue flowers against dark green foliage on a large plant, makes this one of our favorites. 

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    5-9
    4 -5 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Petite Indigo Butterfly Bush

    Dark lavender flowers on a moderate growing Butterfly Bush with finer-textured foliage. A good choice for summer long interest in the landscape.

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    5-9
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Pink Delight Buddleia

    Pink flowers against gray-green foliage with a long blooming period.  Responds well to pruning.

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    5-10
    5 -8 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • White Bouquet Butterfly Bush

    Large growing dense plant with an abundance of fragrant white flowers that attract butterflies and hummingbirds.

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    5-10
    5 -8 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Baby Gem Boxwood

    A more compact form of Wintergreen Boxwood that maintains good winter color.

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    4-9
    3 -4 ft
    3 -3 ft
  • Wintergreen Boxwood

    Easy-grow, cold-hardy form of small-leaf boxwood with compact growth habit.

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    4 -6 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • American Boxwood

    Dark green foliage distinguishes this classic shrub, often used in formal plantings.

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    5-8
    8 -10 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Dee Runk Boxwood

    Distinctly upright growth habit makes this a good choice for any narrow space in the landscape.

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    5-8
    5 -12 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Pyramid Boxwood

    Hardy boxwood with dense, pyramid habit. Great for specimen planting.

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    10 -12 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Green Velvet Boxwood

    Great boxwood for low, dense hedges.

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    5-8
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Karl Foerster Reed Grass

    A versatile ornamental grass with purplish plumes and deep green foliage. 

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    4-10
    3 -5 ft
    1 -2 ft
  • American Beauty Berry

    Purple berries in the fall make this native plant a showpiece in the landscape.  Easy to grow and drought tolerant.

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    6-10
    4 -8 ft
    3 -6 ft
  • White American Beauty Berry

    Ivory colored berries in the fall distinguish this form of American Beauty Berry. Berries persist well into winter. 

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    4 -8 ft
    3 -6 ft
  • Duet Variegated Beauty Berry

    Variegated foliage along with flowers and fruit make this an unusual and interesting plant for the landscape. 

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    3 -4 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Sweet Shrub

    An easy-to-grow native plant adaptable to wide range of conditions.  Flowers have a pleasing scent of strawberries to bananas and should be planted close to a walk where it can be enjoyed when in bloom.

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    4-9
    6 -8 ft
    6 -10 ft
  • Blue Zinger Carex

    Blue-green grass-like foliage that forms dense clumps.

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    5-9
    12 -18 in
    12 -18 in
  • Evergold Carex

    This showy sedge is a great accent for partly shady gardens, and deer will leave it alone.

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    5-9
    1 -1 ft
    1 -2 ft
  • Everillo Carex

    This bright clumping grass like perennial does well in the shade.

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    1 -1 ft
    1 -2 ft
  • Dark Knight Blue Spirea

    This popular plant has blue flowers that accents gray-green foliage late in the season.

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    5-9
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • First Choice Caryopteris

    A great compact selection of Caryopteris.

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    2 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Grand Bleu Caryopteris

    Compact, drought tolerant plant that does best in full sun.

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    2 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Golden Dragon Plum Yew

    Yellow foliage spreading plum yew that forms a nice upright vase shape.

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    6-9
    4 -5 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Prostrate Plum Yew

    Intersting texture makes this low-growing plant stand out in any planting.  

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    6-9
    2 -3 ft
    3 -4 ft
 
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