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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 10 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 10 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 10 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 10 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 10 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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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 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 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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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 × '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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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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