Plant Catalog

Take a look at a few of the plants we love to grow at Historyland Nursery:


 
 
Pieris japonica 'Dorothy Wycoff'

Pieris japonica 'Dorothy Wycoff'

Common Name: Japanese Pieris

A strong growing compact shrub that blooms heavy with dark red buds that open to pale pink. Its new foliage is reddish changing to medium green in summer.  Excellent as a focal point in any landscape or can be planted as a small growing hedge.  This vigorous grower is one of the nicest forms available.

We offer Dorothy Wycoff 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Prunus '4 in 1 Combo'

Prunus '4 in 1 Combo'

Common Name: Cherry

This compact semi-dwarf tree offers four popular Cherry varieties grafted into its branches.  By grafting companions that bloom at the same time two early and two blooming later it eliminates the need for a second tree as a pollinator.   Great for smaller yards and tight spaces. Some gardeners even grow them in large pots. Bred to be prolific fruiters...you will enjoy an abundance of sweet delicious cherries from even a small tree.

We offer the '4 in 1 Combo' Cherry in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus avium 'Black Tartarian'

Prunus avium 'Black Tartarian'

Common Name: Black Tartarian Cherry

This semi-dwarf tree has very dark purplish-red medium sized fruit that ripens early in the season. The flesh of the fruit is tender, very juicy and sweet.  Pollinates with Lapins or Bing.

We offer Black Tartarian 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus avium 'Lapins'

Prunus avium 'Lapins'

Common Name: Lapins Cherry

A semi-dwarf variety that produces huge, juicy fruit in mid to late July. One cherry is a mouthful! Firm cherries resist splitting. Self-fertile. Use as a pollinator for other varieties.

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Prunus cerasus 'Montmorency'

Prunus cerasus 'Montmorency'

Common Name: Montmorency Cherry

The most popular cherry for making cherry pies. Blooms in early May and ripens in early July with an abundant bounty of fruit. Full sun, adapts to a variety of soil types. The tree is self-fertile and produces large sized, dark red cherries with a good tangy flavor.

We offer Montmorency 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus laurocerasus 'Otto Luyken'

Prunus laurocerasus 'Otto Luyken'

Common Name: Otto Luyken Laurel

The Otto Luyken laurel is a densely compact evergreen shrub and a favorite for foundation planting, low growing hedges or mass planting.  Virtually maintenance free and hardy can withstand cold, heat and humidity.  Tiny fragrant white flowers emerge the middle of spring covering the dark green glossy foliage followed by black fruit in the fall.  

We offer Otto Luyken 18" to 24" in a 6 gallon container.

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Prunus laurocerasus 'Schipkaensis'

Prunus laurocerasus 'Schipkaensis'

Common Name: Schipkaensis Laurel

Clusters of white fragrant flowers emerge in spring against dark green foliage.  Flowers give way to black fruit in late summer and fall. One of the best cold hardy forms, tolerates shade and salt.  

We offer Schipkaensis 24" plus in a 6 gallon container.

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Prunus persica 'Elberta'

Prunus persica 'Elberta'

Common Name: Elberta peach

This dwarf peach is the most disease resistant peach tree available.  Beautiful rose-red blooms in spring with large yellow fruit in mid-August.  Eaten fresh but best known for canning.  Full to partial sun, widely adaptable to different soil types. Self-pollinating.

We offer Elberta 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus salicina 'Burbank'

Prunus salicina 'Burbank'

Common Name: Burbank Plum

A semi-dwarf variety with a flat topped habit that produces an abundance of sweet and juicy fruit suitable for canning, baking, desserts or eating fresh. Will pollinate with Satsuma plum.

We offer Burbank 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus salicina 'Satsuma'

Prunus salicina 'Satsuma'

Common Name: Satsuma Plum

A Japanese variety with nice dark red fruit from July to mid-August.  The flesh is firm and dark red, juicy and sweet. Excellent for fresh eating, cooking, canning or preserves.  Pollinates with Burbank. 

We offer Satsuma 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus serrulata 'Kwanzan'

Prunus serrulata 'Kwanzan'

Common Name: Kwanzan Cherry

One of the most popular flowering cherries.  Small upright vase-shaped to round tree, has double clusters of pink flowers emerging in early spring and lasting for up to 3 weeks.  New foliage is copper red turning to green in summer with orange-red fall color.  Use as single specimen or grouping for a splended display in spring.

We offer Kwanzan 1" to 1 1/2" caliper, 6' tall in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus subhirtella ''

Prunus subhirtella ''

Common Name: Double Weeping Cherry Tree

Graceful arching branches cascade toward the ground on this medium sized flowering cherry.  Beautiful double rose pink bloom in early spring followed by copper colored foliage that matures to green in summer followed by yellow to orange in the fall. 

We offer the Double Subhirtella 1" to 1 1/2", 6' tall in a 20 gallon container.

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Prunus x 'Krauter Vesuvius'

Prunus x 'Krauter Vesuvius'

Common Name: Krauter Vesuvius Plum

'Krauter Vesuvius' is similar to 'Thundercloud', but more upright and rounded. Light pink flowers appear in early spring before the deep purple leaves appear. Heat tolerant and adapts well to many soil types. Excellent for use in Japanese gardens, or a single specimen.

We offer Krauter Vesuvius 1" to 1 1/2" caliper, 6' to 7' tall in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus x yedoensis 'Yoshino Cherry'

Prunus x yedoensis 'Yoshino Cherry'

Common Name: Yoshino Cherry Tree

The Yoshino Cherry tree, is an ornamental hybrid cherry tree from Tokyo that is very recognizable in the Washington D.C. area Tidal Basin. The tree develops gorgeous white flowers with tinges of pink in the spring, followed by small black cherries that are unfortunately inedible for humans because they are so bitter. Birds on the other hand love them. 

We offer the 'Yoshino' in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus × 'Autumnalis'

Prunus × 'Autumnalis'

Common Name: Autumnalis Higan Cherry

Autumnalis Cherry is a double-flowered Higan Cherry with upright branches and a rounded canopy.  Semi-double pink flowers in early spring; will flower in fall in warmer climates. Fall color is yellow and bronze.

We offer Autumnalis 1" to 1 1/2" caliper, 6' to 8' tall in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus × 'Snow Fountains ®'

Prunus × 'Snow Fountains ®'

Common Name: Snow Fountains ® Weeping Cherry

Snow white flowers emerge along the cascading branches that reach the ground in early spring. A perfect specimen for small gardens, patios and court yards.  Nice green foliage in summer give way to hues of yellow to orange in the fall.

We offer Snow Fountain 1" to 1 1/2: caliper, 6' tall in a 20 gallon container.

 

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Pyrus communis 'D'Anjou'

Pyrus communis 'D'Anjou'

Common Name: D'Anjou pear

Semi-dwarf variety that produces large greenish-yellow fruit with sweet, juicy, white flesh. Good for fresh eating or for cooking. Blooms in mid-April and ripen in September. Pollinator with Luscious.

We offer D'Anjou 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Pyrus communis 'Luscious'

Pyrus communis 'Luscious'

Common Name: Luscious pear

Semi-dwarf variety produce small to medium size yellow fruit with a red blush. Flesh is sweet and very juicy, a good dessert pear. Blooms in May and ripens in September.   Pollinates with D’Anjou.

We offer Luscious 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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