Plant Catalog

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


 
 
Acer Japanese Maple 'Red Dragon'

Acer Japanese Maple 'Red Dragon'

Common Name: Japanese Maple

Fall foliage is heightened in color to a bright apple red. A beautiful focal point or close-up accent for lightly shaded locations.

We offer Red Dragon in 15 gallon container.

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Acer Japanese Maple 'Red Select'

Acer Japanese Maple 'Red Select'

Common Name: Japanese Maple

'Red Select' is a dissected cultivar that typically grows in an upright, broad-rounded but cascading form to 4-6' tall over the first ten years, eventually maturing to 10' tall and to 12' or more wide. It is noted for its lace-like foliage that emerges light red in spring, matures to deep red-purple in summer and finally turns crimson red in fall. Palmate, 7-lobed, red-purple leaves (to 6" long) are deeply cut and dissected. Foliage tends to leaf out early in spring and is subject to damage from late spring frosts.

We offer the 'Red Select' in a 15 gallon container.

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Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'

Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'

Common Name: Japanese maple

Bloodgoods have bright red leaves in the spring - maturing to a rich purple-red color during the summer - becoming a bright crimson in the fall. This sturdy, deciduous tree makes an excellent selection for nearly any landscape!  A vigorous upright grower that becomes rounded with age.  Small inconspicuous red flowers in spring followed by red fruit in early fall.  This tree retains its color well even during summer heat.

We offer single stem Bloodgood 5' to 6' tall in a 15 gallon container.

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Acer palmatum dissectum 'Crimson Queen'

Acer palmatum dissectum 'Crimson Queen'

Common Name: Japanese Maple

The new growth on this small Japanese Maple is a bright crimson red that persists through the entire growing season.  Finely dissected leaves on handsome cascading branches.  Ideal for small gardens and tight spaces.  Summer color becomes crimson in the fall.

We offer Crimson Queen 4' to 4 1/2' tall in a 15 gallon container.

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Acer palmatum dissectum 'Tamukeyama'

Acer palmatum dissectum 'Tamukeyama'

Common Name: Japanese Maple

A real 'eye pleaser' in any garden, this deciduous vigorous grower offers year-round interest in colorful, finely-dissected leaves and handsome, frosted, red bark. Deep red-purple foliage and weeping cascading branches retains its leaf color even in hot weather. Inconspicuous red flowers and fruit appear in spring and late summer, respectively.  Leaves turn a fiery scarlet red in the fall.

We offer Tamukeyama 5' tall in a 15 gallon container.

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Azalea 'Blaauw's Pink'

Azalea 'Blaauw's Pink'

Common Name: Azalea

Soft salmon peach-pink blooms emerge in abundant small, funnel shaped flowers in mid April to early May. Dark green foliage throughout the summer. This slow growing evergreen azalea stays compact and semi-upright. Pleasant to the eye, a great choice for brightening a partly shady patio or courtyard garden. 

We offer Blaauw's Pink 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Azalea 'Delaware Valley White'

Azalea 'Delaware Valley White'

Common Name: Azalea

Pure white blooms in early spring emerge on this vigorous, upright, compact evergreen shrub. Hardy, handsome, glossy green foliage take on a pleasant yellow fall color.  The most recognized of all the white azalea.  Use in foundation planting, a flowering screen in semi-shade, or in a naturalized setting. 

We offer Delaware Valley White 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Azalea 'Girard Christina'

Azalea 'Girard Christina'

Common Name: Azalea

Double rose-red blooms cover the shrub in a profusion of color in late spring. Dense, broadly rounded evergreen shrub with large, glossy green foliage.   The leaves take on a Mahogany color in the fall and winter. An excellent choice for a showy border or accent planting. Makes a great companion plant for Japanese Maples.

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

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Azalea 'Girard Pleasant White'

Azalea 'Girard Pleasant White'

Common Name: Azalea

Clusters of outstanding clear white flowers with cream centers emerge among dark green glossy foliage in late spring. This compact, vigorous, grower extends the azalea flowering season.  The leaves retain a nice green color into winter.  Excellent as a foundation plant, showy accent, or low hedge.

We offer Pleasant White 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Azalea 'Girard Renee Michelle'

Azalea 'Girard Renee Michelle'

Common Name: Azalea

Brilliant glowing pink flowers in spring.  Excellent evergreen shrub with a dense growth habit. Glossy, dark green foliage turns a dark burgundy color in winter.  This azalea is valued for its adaptability to colder climates. Outstanding foundation plant or as a medium height hedge. 

We offer Renee Michelle 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Azalea 'Stewartstonian'

Azalea 'Stewartstonian'

Common Name: Azalea

Vivid single orange-red flowers put on a showy display on this dense, rounded evergreen in the spring. The dark green summer foliage becomes a wine red in the winter adding seasonal interest. Makes a showy hedge or specimen plant in any landscape. 

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

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Azalea kaempferi 'Johanna'

Azalea kaempferi 'Johanna'

Common Name: Azalea

Masses of large deep red ruffled blooms make a colorful display in mid spring on this hardy, densely branched evergreen shrub. Excellent for brightening a shady location with its long lasting spring color. Dark green small glossy leaves in summer turns to a tinge of burgundy red color in the fall and winter.

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

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Azalea x 'Fashion'

Azalea x 'Fashion'

Common Name: Azalea

Coral, orange-red to rose color blossoms cover the entire plant in a dense profusion of color in mid-season. A spreading, semi-dwarf shrub with dark green attractive foliage that becomes burgundy in the fall. Plant as a border or small hedge or single specimen.

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

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Buxus var. koreana 'Winter Gem'

Buxus var. koreana 'Winter Gem'

Common Name: Winter Gem Boxwood

The Winter Gem boxwood is a densely branched upright evergreen that offers a gracious landscaping form. It produces lettuce green spring foliage that turns a deeper green in summer. The tips of the leaves turn a slight bronze color during the winter.  Ideal selection for low hedge or shrub border. Responds well to pruning and shearing.  A good deer resistant shrub. 

We offer Winter Gem 12" to 15" in a 3 gallon container.

We also offer Winter Gem 18" to 24" in a 7 gallon container.

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Buxus x 'Green Mountain'

Buxus x 'Green Mountain'

Common Name: Green Mountain Boxwood

The Green Mountain boxwood forms a perfect wide pyramidal oval. The most upright of the koreana x sempervirens hybrids. Excellent small dark green leaves maintain their color in winter.  Excellent for accent planting, single specimen or hedging. 

We offer Green Mountain 12" to 15" in a 3 gallon container.  

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Buxus x 'Green Velvet'

Buxus x 'Green Velvet'

Common Name: Green Velvet Boxwood

Green Velvet is a rounded, full-bodied, slow growing boxwood.  It's easy to see how the name for this charming boxwood cultivar came to be.  In the spring when the soft, bright green new growth emerges it has a rich velvet appearance.  Known to hold its lovely green color through the winter months.  A great plant for defining boundaries or using in mixed borders.

We offer Green Velvet 12" to 15" in a 3 gallon container. 

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Carya illinoinensis 'Choctaw'

Carya illinoinensis 'Choctaw'

Common Name: Choctaw Pecan

Tall and straight with a uniform symetrical, broadly oval crown. Prefers deep moist well drained soil. Bark is brown/black and with age becomes somewhat scaly. Great for orchards, these trees are often low branched and wide spreading. 

We offer the Choctaw Pecan tree in a 15 gallon container

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Carya illinoinensis 'Desirable'

Carya illinoinensis 'Desirable'

Common Name: Desirable Pecan

Tall and straight with a uniform symetrical, broadly oval crown. Prefers deep moist well drained soil. Bark is brown/black and with age becomes somewhat scaly. Great for orchards, these trees are often low branched and wide spreading.

We offer the Desirable Pecan tree in a 15 gallon container

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Cercis 'Ruby Falls'

Cercis 'Ruby Falls'

Common Name: Ruby Falls Weeping Redbud

Effective as a single specimen, in grouping, in the shrub border, especially nice in woodland and naturalized type situations. It has a weeping form, contorted stem with shoots arching to produce an umbrella-shaped crown. Spring time brings you attractive purple flowers giving way to large heart shaped purple leaves.

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Cercis canadensis ''

Cercis canadensis ''

Common Name: Eastern Redbud bush form

A moderate to slow growing small bush with lavender-pink blossoms appear along the branches in early spring. Dark green heart shaped leaves in summer turn a bright yellow in the fall.  Does well in partial shade.

We offer the Eastern Redbud bush 4-5 feet tall in a 15 gallon container.

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Chamaecyparis pisifera ''

Chamaecyparis pisifera ''

Common Name: Gold Mop Cypress

Stunning golden, threadlike branches are the trademark of this evergreen shrub. The cascading nature of the branches also adds an air of elegance to any mixed border. Easy to grow and adapts to most locations.

We offer the Gold Mop 18" in a 5 gallon container.

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Cornus Florida 'Cherokee Princess'

Cornus Florida 'Cherokee Princess'

Common Name: Flowering Dogwood

Considered the best and most attractive native flowering tree, the Cherokee Princess Flowering Dogwood is the top choice. At an early age it is covered with large, pure white blooms that are long lasting. During fall, the foliage turns fiery shades of red and crimson. 

We offer Cherokee Princess 6' tall in a 15 gallon container.

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Cornus Florida 'Kousa Dogwood'

Cornus Florida 'Kousa Dogwood'

Common Name: Flowering Dogwood

The kousa dogwood, well know for it toughness, makes it an excellent choice for home landscapes. In the spring, it produces an array of star-like blooms. In the fall, it offers bright red foliage.

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Cornus Florida 'Pink Flowering'

Cornus Florida 'Pink Flowering'

Common Name: Flowering Dogwood

The pink dogwood is a very popular landscape tree. Pretty pink flowers start lighter in color, and then get slightly deeper as the tree ages. During the fall the leaves turn a fiery reddish-purple. The fruit of the Pink Dogwood is an important source of winter food for many songbirds.

We offer Pink Flowering Dogwood 6' tall in a 15 gallon container.

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Cornus Florida 'Red Flowering'

Cornus Florida 'Red Flowering'

Common Name: Flowering Dogwood

The red dogwood sets off a splash of color to the seasons. Red blooms cover the tree in spring, and reddish-purple leaves as well as glossy red fruit adorn it in the fall.

We offer Red Flowering Dogwood 6' tall in a 15 gallon container

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Cornus xrutgersensis Hybrid 'Celestial'

Cornus xrutgersensis Hybrid 'Celestial'

Common Name: Flowering Dogwood

The expanded floral bracts are white with a tinge of green, and form a small cup early in the season. However, the bracts flatten and become pure white in a few days. The leaves are dark green during the summer, heat resistant and turn reddish purple in the fall.

We offer the Celestial Rutdan Dogwood in a 15 gallon container.

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Cupressocyparis leylandii ''

Cupressocyparis leylandii ''

Common Name: Leyland Cypress

One of the most popular evergreens for quick growing screens available. Dense bluish-green, wispy foliage on upright slender branches contributes to its gracefulness. The leyland keeps its naturally pyramidal shape as it matures. Makes an excellent windbreak, screen or single specimen.

We offer the leyland cypress (single leader) 30" to 36" in a 5 gallon container and a 4' to 5' in a 10 gallon container.
We also offer the leyland cypress (single leader) 5' to 6' in a 15 gallon container.

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Ilex crenata 'Bennett's Compacta'

Ilex crenata 'Bennett's Compacta'

Common Name: Bennett's Compacta Japanese Holly

Round and compact form, this hybrid offers lustrous dark green leathery leaves along purplish stem. Needs little or no pruning makes it a virtually maintenance free shrub.  Used as foundation, borders and hedge planting.   

We offer Bennett's Compacta 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Ilex crenata 'Green Lustre'

Ilex crenata 'Green Lustre'

Common Name: Green Lustre Japanese Holly

A low growing handsome shrub with dark green lustrous foliage. The growth habit is dense and mounding with a wider spread. The Green Lustre is hardier than many Japanese hollies. Small flowers are inconspicuous followed by black fruit in winter. A great shrub for foundation planting a small hedge or mass planting.

We offer Green Lustre 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Ilex crenata 'Helleri'

Ilex crenata 'Helleri'

Common Name: Helleri Japanese Holly

Very dense, dwarf mounded compact form with handsome glossy green oval leaves on stiff branches. Small black fruit develops in early fall attracting wildlife and providing winter interest. It is excellent for foundation planting, group planting or small hedge.

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

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Ilex crenata 'Hoogendorn'

Ilex crenata 'Hoogendorn'

Common Name: Hoogendorn Japanese Holly

A low growing dense, mounding and compact evergreen with excellent dark green shiny flat leaves.  Grows twice as wide as it does tall and does well in full sun or partial shade.  Little or no pruning is need making this a maintenance free plant.  A good foundation plant or border hedge.

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

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Ilex crenata 'Sky Pencil'

Ilex crenata 'Sky Pencil'

Common Name: Sky Pencil Japanese Holly

Lustrous dark green leaves on this upright densely branched form give it a pleasant formal appearance in the garden.  Small white flowers in spring followed by black fruit in fall and winter.  Excellent for smaller spaces, narrow hedge or as container specimen. 

We offer the Sky Pencil 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

We also offer the Sky Pencil 3' to 4' in a 7 gallon container.

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Ilex crenata 'Soft Touch'

Ilex crenata 'Soft Touch'

Common Name: Soft Touch Japanese Holly

A delicate dense, low compact, mounding shrub with a dark green foilage that is soft to the touch.  This is a great plant that could be used to replace Helleri.  It is drought tolerant, adapts to many soil conditions and is cold hardier than the Helleri.  Little or no maintenance makes it an excellent choice for foundation, borders, or where a small hedge is needed.

We offer the Soft Touch 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Ilex crenata 'Steeds'

Ilex crenata 'Steeds'

Common Name: Steeds Japanese Holly

A vigorous, upright pyramidal shrub with lustrous dark green, flat leaves.  Does well in full sun or partial shade.  Needs winter protection in colder climates.  Excellent as an accent, single specimen or used as a medium height hedge.   

We offer the Steeds 30" to 36" in a 7 gallon container.

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Ilex x 'Nellie R. Stevens'

Ilex x 'Nellie R. Stevens'

Common Name: Nellie R. Stevens Holly

A true specimen holly.  The Nellie R. Stevens can be pruned into a formal specimen or left to grow on its own as it maintains its natural upright pyramidal habit.  It will also pollinate with a Chinese Holly blooming at the same time in the spring from anywhere in the same area.  Nice dark green lustrous leaves are accented by red fruit in winter.  Not only are the berries attractive against the dark green leaves they provide food and shelter for birds.  Ours are grown as a single stem specimen.

We offer the Nellie R. Stevens 5'- 6' in a 15 gallon container.

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Juniperus conferta 'Blue Pacific'

Juniperus conferta 'Blue Pacific'

Common Name: Blue Pacific Juniper

Low growing and trailing habit this juniper sports ocean blue-green foliage that keeps its color well in colder weather.  Drought, heat, and cold tolerant once established in the landscape.  Adaptable to a wide range of soil conditions. Used as foundation planting, around taller shrubs or trees, hillside groundcover and seashore.

We offer the Blue Pacific 15" to 18" in a 3 gallon container.

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Juniperus horizontalis 'Wiltoni'

Juniperus horizontalis 'Wiltoni'

Common Name: Blue Rug Juniper

Very flat growing form with trailing silver-blue branches that take on a light purplish color in winter.  Drought, heat, and cold tolerant once established in the landscape. Very adaptable to a wide range of soil conditions. Used to cover vast areas, trail walls and cover hill sides.  Great plant for controlling erosion.

We offer Blue Rug 15" to 18" in a 3 gallon container.

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Juniperus procumbens 'Nana'

Juniperus procumbens 'Nana'

Common Name: Procumbens Nana Juniper

This beautiful dwarf Japanese garden juniper has a slightly mounding habit, long wide-spreading stiff branches that hug the ground. The tiny needle like foliage is a blue-green color in summer changing to green-purplish in winter.   Drought, heat, and cold tolerant once established. Adapts to a wide range of soil conditions.  Excellent ground cover in beds that have full sun exposure, hillside planting makes this a good choice for erosion control.

We offer procumbans Nana 15" to 18" in a 3 gallon container.

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Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star'

Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star'

Common Name: Blue Star Juniper

Nice blue tinted foliage on this dense, low growing rounded evergreen.  This juniper is slow growing and does not develop a central leader thus keeping it nice and dense.  Adapts to a wide variety of soil conditions.

We offer Blue Star 12" to 15" in a 3 gallon container.

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Malus '4 in 1 Combo'

Malus '4 in 1 Combo'

Common Name: Apple

This compact semi-dwarf tree offers four popular apple varieties grafted into its branches.  By grafting companions that bloom at the same time, two early and two later, it eliminates the need for a second tree as a pollinator.   This tree is great for smaller yards and tight spaces. This variety can produce bushels of apples for you to enjoy from just one small tree.

We offer '4 in 1 Combo' in a 15 gallon container. We also offer '3 in 1 Combo' in a 15 gallon container.

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Malus Domestica ''

Malus Domestica ''

Common Name: Espalier Apple

Espalier is the ancient horticultural art of pruning and training a tree or shrub to grow flat against a support, creating a living sculpture. These Trees are frequently shaped in formal patterns for decorative purposes. 

We offer the Espalier Apple in 2 or 3 tier, Gala or Fuji, in a 15 gallon container.

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Malus domestica 'Braeburn'

Malus domestica 'Braeburn'

Common Name: Braeburn Apple

A semi-dwarf variety, the Braeburn is fairly easy to grow and produces heavily at a young age. This apple is firm to the touch with red-orange vertical stripes against a yellow-green body.  Best eaten slightly cooled to bring out the sharp refreshing flavor that has a good balance of tartness and sweetness.  Good cooking apple as it holds it shape, also producing a lot of liquid making it ideal for tarts. Stores well when kept chilled.  Pollinates with Fugi.  We offer Braeburn 1"+ caliper plus in a 15 gallon container.

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Malus domestica 'Fuji'

Malus domestica 'Fuji'

Common Name: Fuji Apple

White buds open to white flowers in mid April followed by medium sized reddish-green fruit in late September and October. Crunchy and full of flavor, the Fuji has become one of American's favorite eating apples since it was introduced in the 1960s.  Pollinates well with Granny Smith or Yellow Delicious.

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

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Malus domestica 'Gala'

Malus domestica 'Gala'

Common Name: Gala Apple

Light pink buds open to pink and white blooms in April.  Beginning in August nice crisp, firm and sweet fruit begin to ripen and continues through the fall. One of the country’s most popular apples.  Fruit can be stored for up to 6 months.  Very adaptable and easy to grow, maintains its oval shape as it matures.  A very reliable pollinizer for other apples blooming at the same time.  Pollinates with Yellow Delicious.

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

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Malus domestica 'Golden Sentinel'

Malus domestica 'Golden Sentinel'

Common Name: Golden Pole Apple

The Golden Sentinel Pole Apple has large and attractive golden yellow fruit that is sweet, juicy & delicious. It is the perfect choice for limited spaces. They would do great in a large pot on a patio since there are virtually no side branches.  The fruit is good for cooking and fresh eating and it ripens in mid September and October. 

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Malus domestica 'Granny Smith'

Malus domestica 'Granny Smith'

Common Name: Granny Smith Apple

Pinkish-white blooms in the spring followed by large bright green apples in August and September.  The fruit is firm with a sweet/tart flavor.  Eaten fresh though a bit tangy, this apple is best known for baking, canning and sauces.  Full sun exposure, does very well in both hot and cold climates.  A good pollinator for other apples blooming at the same time.  Pollinates with Yellow Delicious.

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

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Malus domestica 'Jonathan'

Malus domestica 'Jonathan'

Common Name: Jonathan Apple

A semi-dwarf variety that produces crisp, red, slightly tart fruit that ripens in August.  Good for eating fresh and baking.  Prefers moist conditions.  Pollinate with red or yellow delicious apple.

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

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Malus domestica 'Red Delicious'

Malus domestica 'Red Delicious'

Common Name: Red Delicious Apple

Pink blooms fade to white on Americans favorite snacking apple in late spring. Beginning in September and into October the red crisp, fine textured mildly sweet fruit begin to ripen. Adapts to many soil conditions, this is an easy tree to grow. Pollinates with Cortland, Granny Smith or Yellow Delicious.

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

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Malus domestica 'Scarlet Sentinel'

Malus domestica 'Scarlet Sentinel'

Common Name: Pole Apple

The Scarlet Sentinal Pole Apple has large bright greenish yellow fruit with an attractive red blush. The Scarlet Sentinal is the most dwarfing of the columnar varieties, so it is a wonderful choice for small or limited spaces. They would do great in a large pot on a patio since they have virtually no side branches.  The fruit is good for cooking and fresh eating and it ripens in mid September and October.

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Malus domestica 'Winesap' ''

Malus domestica 'Winesap' ''

Common Name: Winesap Apple

The Winesap is an old semi-dwarf apple variety. They are good for eating, juicing, and baking. It has a crisp,
yellowish flesh cover with a deep red skin. It is a good all purpose apple and has great keeping qualities.
We offer Winesap 1" caliper plus in a 15 gallon container.

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Malus domestica 'Yellow Delicious'

Malus domestica 'Yellow Delicious'

Common Name: Yellow Delicious Apple

Pink buds open to white flowers in the spring and by September and October the golden yellow skin fruit begins to ripen.  Sweet, full of flavor eaten fresh and in desserts. Excellent pollinator for other apples trees blooming at the same time. 

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

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Morus nigra 'Black Beauty'

Morus nigra 'Black Beauty'

Common Name: Black Beauty Mulberry

Mulberries can be used to make breads, muffins, pies, jam, and ice cream just like other berries, or they can be dried and added to salads. They are self fertile and ripen early summer. The fruit produced can be up to 1.5 inches. They can grow up to about 20 feet tall with large heart shaped leaves. Staking your tree is suggested until the trunk is large enough to support its canopy.  They are great in an orchard or field setting.

We offer the Black Beauty Mulberry tree in a 15 gallon container

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Morus nigra 'Persian'

Morus nigra 'Persian'

Common Name: Persian Mulberry

Mulberries can be used to make breads, muffins, pies, jam, and ice cream just like other berries, or they can be dried and added to salads. They are self fertile and ripen early summer. The fruit produced can be up to 1.5 inches. They can grow up to about 20 feet tall with large heart shaped leaves. Staking your tree is suggested until the trunk is large enough to support its canopy.  They are great in an orchard or field setting.

We offer the Persian Mulberry tree in a 15 gallon container

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Nandina domestica ''

Nandina domestica ''

Common Name: Heavenly Bamboo

A sturdy, vigorous growing, upright multi-stemmed evergreen shrub.  Hues of yellow, red and purple on new growth turns a blue-green as it matures.  White flowers in summer give way to bright red clusters of berries in the fall that presist into winter.  Foliage becomes a crimson red during the winter.  Used as a screen, hedge or single specimen.

We offer Nandina domestica 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

We also offer the domestica 3' to 4' in a 10 gallon container.

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Nandina domestica 'Firepower'

Nandina domestica 'Firepower'

Common Name: Heavenly Bamboo

Popular selection of dwarf Nandina for its large colorful leaves. While green underneath in the spring, the new growth emerges light green to pink becoming red during the summer, before changing to a vivid red in the winter.  This vigorous grower stays compact and mounding. Use for foundation, border and mass plantings. A great accent plant.

We offer Firepower 15" in a 3 gallon container.

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Nandina domestica 'Gulfstream'

Nandina domestica 'Gulfstream'

Common Name: Heavenly Bamboo

This dwarf shrub has all the same characteristics as the Nandina domestica.  Metallic blue green color in the summer turning different shades of orange or red in the fall.  Excellent for foundation or group planting.

We offer Gulfstream 12" to 15" in a 3 and 5 gallon container.

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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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Pieris japonica 'Scarlet O'Hara'

Pieris japonica 'Scarlet O'Hara'

Common Name: Japanese Pieris

Tall, slender, upright evergreen shrub with bright red new foliage growth. Clusters of bell-shaped white flowers bloom in spring in a showy display.  Makes an excellent color display as a hedge or foundation shrub.  

We offer Scarlet O'Hara 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Pieris Japonica japonica 'Valley Rose'

Pieris Japonica japonica 'Valley Rose'

Common Name: Japanese Pieris

Nice dense rosette-like foliage, spreading branches on this broadleaf evergreen makes it an attractive landscape specimen. Rich bronze-red new growth changes to lustrous dark green at maturity. Cascades of urn-shaped pastel pink slightly fragrant flowers cover the plant in March and April and last for 2 to 3 weeks. Buds form during the summer for the next season’s blooms.  

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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 'Bing'

Prunus avium 'Bing'

Common Name: Bing Cherry

The most popular of all the sweet cherries.  Large dark red heart-shaped fruit that is firm, sweet and very jucy.  Begin enjoying its fruit in early July.  Pollinate with Black Tartarian.

We offer Bing 1"+ caliper 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 'Royal Ann'

Prunus avium 'Royal Ann'

Common Name: Royal Ann Cherry

Large sweet cherry with light yellow fruit and a rose blush. It is considered one of the best canning cherries because of its firm, sweet juicy flesh. It is a very early bloomer, and requires another early to mid-season variety for good pollination. The varieties we grow will polinate with this cherry.

We offer Royal Ann 1"+ caliper plus in a 15 gallon container.

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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 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 persica 'Hale Haven'

Prunus persica 'Hale Haven'

Common Name: Hale Haven peach

A firm, juicy, very sweet and richly flavored fruit that ripens in August.  Excellent eaten fresh, freezing and canning. Adapts to a variety of soil conditions, best grown in full sun. Self-pollinating.

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

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Prunus persica 'Suncrest'

Prunus persica 'Suncrest'

Common Name: Suncrest peach

The fruit of this peach is large, round, firm and very sweet and tasty.  Harvest in mid-season, self-pollinating tree. Grows well in full sun and adapts to most soil types.

We offer Suncrest 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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Prunus × yedoensis 'Akebono'

Prunus × yedoensis 'Akebono'

Common Name: Akebono Daybreak Cherry

Akebono Cherry is a medium sized tree with a stiff, upright-spreading habit, eventually becoming umbrella shaped.  Flowers are double pink and fragrant.  Dark green glossy leaves emerage as flowers fade.  Fall color is yellow to orange.  Specimen or border plant.

We offer Akebono 1" to 1 1/2" caliper, 6' tall in a 15 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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Rhododendron 'Chionoides'

Rhododendron 'Chionoides'

Common Name: Rhododendron

White flowers with yellow dorsal blotches on dome shaped flower trusses. The broad dense plant is easy to grow and has attractive narrow foliage.  Ideal for foundation planting, natural settings, hedges or as a single specimen. 

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

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Rhododendron 'English Roseum'

Rhododendron 'English Roseum'

Common Name: Rhododendron

Vigorous, compact, upright plant with light lavender-rose blooms, brown blotches on the dorsal petal.  Large foliage, good growing habit and performs reliably in blazing sun and high humidity.  Ideal used as foundation, hedge or mass planting. Blooms in May.

We offer English Roseum 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Rhododendron 'Nova Zembla'

Rhododendron 'Nova Zembla'

Common Name: Rhododendron

Abundant red blooms with a touch of lavender and brown blotches against a back ground of dark green broad leaves. Excellent used as a foundation plant, accent,  natural setting and mass planting.

We offer Nova Zembla 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Rhododendron 'Roseum Elegans'

Rhododendron 'Roseum Elegans'

Common Name: Rhododendron

A favorite among the Rhododendron varieties. Lilac pink blooms in late May with olive green foliage. A vigorous upright spreading shrub prefers partial shade and well-drained soil.  Use as a specimen, or as an accent in borders.

We offer Roseum Elegans 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Rhododendron 'Roseum Pink'

Rhododendron 'Roseum Pink'

Common Name: Rhododendron

Rounded evergreen shrub with dark green foliage.  Clear pale pink flowers with light brown blotches burst forth in late May. Ideal for hedge, accent plant or in natural setting.

We offer Roseum Pink 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.

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Rhododendron catawbiense 'Grandiflorum'

Rhododendron catawbiense 'Grandiflorum'

Common Name: Rhododendron

A vigorous growing evergreen with deep green foliage and long lasting lilac flower and yellow-red blotches. Blooms in late May. Thrives in moist, well drained acidic soil.  Ideal in mass planting, natural settings and foundation planting.

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

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Thuja 'Golden Globe'

Thuja 'Golden Globe'

Common Name: Golden Globe "Champion"

The Golden Champion has flat bright green/yellow foliage in the summer and changes to yellow/brown in the winter. It's global shape and great color look perfect in a garden or as a shrub border. It is commonly used for accents, hedges, shelterbelts, and foundation plants.

We offer the Golden Champion in 5 gallon container.

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Thuja plicata 'Green Giant'

Thuja plicata 'Green Giant'

Common Name: Green Giant Arborvitae

This fast growing narrow pyramidal evergreen is easy to grow.  It adapts to a variety of soil, is drought tolerant, disease, deer and insect resistant.  Also withstand ice and snow damages, prefers direct sunlight but does well in partial shade.   Excellent used as a single specimen, windbreak or hedge. Good alternative to the leyland cypress.

We offer Green Giant 5'-6' tall in a 15 gallon container and a 4'-5' tall in a 10 gallon container.

We also offer the Green Giant 30"-36" tall in a 5 gallon container 

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Vaccinium corymbosum 'Bluecrop'

Vaccinium corymbosum 'Bluecrop'

Common Name: Blueberry

This vigorous grower, brings forth perfectly white bell shaped flowers in the spring.  Abundant large light blue, sweet and firm fruit in mid July to early August.  This is the leading commercial blueberry variety in North America.  Good eaten fresh, cooking, jellies and jams and freezing.  More drought resistant and cold-hardy than most other varieties.  Dark green leaves turn a bright red in the fall followed by bright red stems in the winter. 

We offer Bluecrop 24"+ in a 5 gallon container.

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Vaccinium corymbosum 'Elliott'

Vaccinium corymbosum 'Elliott'

Common Name: Blueberry

Blueberries have amazing health benefits. Packed with vitamins A and C, potassium, phosphorus, and just 80 calories with 4 grams of fiber per cup. This is the perfect snack. Elliott is a late ripening cultivar. Fruit stores well.

We offer Elliott 24" plus in a 5 gallon container.

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Vaccinium x 'Duke'

Vaccinium x 'Duke'

Common Name: Blueberry

Blueberry ‘Duke’ has medium to large light blue berries with a mildly sweet flavor is quite firm and retains its fresh quality longer than most berries. Duke blooms late but produces fruit in early July. The berries can be eaten fresh, good for cooking and freezing. This upright grower is one of the heaviest, most consistent producers. Fall color is yellow-orange.

We offer Duke 24"+ in a 5 gallon container.

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