Featured Plants

Check out some of our favorite plants

From annuals to perennials to herbs and vegetables to trees and shrubs, we have a broad range of exceptional plants. We have selected just a few of our favorites to profile here on our website. Please stop by to see these favorites as well as our full selection of plants.

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Botanical Name     Common Name
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barberry

barberry

Botanical Name: Berberis
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Flowering Plum

Flowering Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus 'Thundercloud'
  • reliable and versatile accent tree
  • known for its beautiful pink flowers in spring and lovely purple beech-like foliage.
  • large enough to use as a single front-yard tree in city lots or in irregular groupings in both front or rear yards.  Perfect for high-density neighborhoods.  
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hydrangea

hydrangea

Botanical Name: Hydrangea Abracadabra
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hydrangea

hydrangea

Botanical Name: Hydrangea Cityline Mars
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Japanese Maple

Japanese Maple

Botanical Name: Acer 'Bloodgood'
  • round shaped canopy
  • vibrant burgundy red floiage
  • good for smaller gardens or focal point in larger landscapes
  • can be planted in full sun to partial shade
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Kousa Dogwood

Kousa Dogwood

Botanical Name: Cornus 'Wolf Eyes'
  • varigated leaves - green interior and white edges
  • star-shaped, white flowers
  • good speciman for under canopies of larger trees
  • flowers later than other dogwoods - great for staggering bloom times
  • broad, spreading form
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Kousa Dogwood*

Kousa Dogwood*

Botanical Name: Cornus 'Heart Throb'
  • beautiful, wide, round canopy
  • displays very showy 4 flowers and can last 6-8 weeks
  • attractive, exfoliating bark
  • red fruits which follow flowers provide nourishment for birds.
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Norway maple

Norway maple

Botanical Name: Acer platanoides 'Crimson King'

Well formed symmetrical tree that produces stunning crimson foliage. Growing 12 to 18 in per year, it forms a thick, rounded head and is both very hardy and fairly pest free.

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Red Maple

Red Maple

Botanical Name: Acer Rubrum 'Red Sunset'

A great shade tree with a fiery red fall color. Fairly quick growing with bright green, textured summer foliage. This selection has a stately pyramidal to rounded form and holds up well in any landscape.

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Red/sivler Maple Hybrid

Red/sivler Maple Hybrid

Botanical Name: Acer 'Autumn Fantasy'
  • long-lasting fall color; from red to purple-red
  • plant in full sun to partial shade
  • oval shaped
  • tolerates dry and damp soil
  • fast grower
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Redbud

Redbud

Botanical Name: Cercis 'Eastern (SF)'
  • heart-shaped leaves
  • rounded form
  • showy display of flowers in late April
  • multiple trunks
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Redbud

Redbud

Botanical Name: Cercis 'Forest Pansy'
  • spreading flat crown
  • multiple trunk possible at the base
  • heart-shaped leaves open to reddish-purple color
  • rose-purple flowers
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Redbud*

Redbud*

Botanical Name: Cercis 'Lavender Twist'
  • lavender-pink flower in early spring
  • heart shaped leaves
  •  umbrella shaped tree accentuates the weeping, twisted branches tipping towards the ground
  • great specimen plant and perfect for a small protected area in the landscape

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River Birch*

River Birch*

Botanical Name: Betula 'Heritage (CF)'
  • glossy leaves
  • reddish to salmon-brown shredding bark
  • provides shelter, seeds and nesting sites for birds
  • tolerates wet soils and adapts to drier ground as well
  • food source for butterflies
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River Birch*

River Birch*

Botanical Name: Betula 'Heritage (SF)'
  • fast growing
  • full sun to part shade
  • tolerates wet soil, yet can be grown in drier soil
  • can be grown single or multiple trunk
  • beautiful multi-colored bark
  • food and shelter for birds and butterflies
  • beautiful yellow color in fall
  • disease and pest resistance
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Threadleaf Japanese Maple*

Threadleaf Japanese Maple*

Botanical Name: Acer 'Tamukeyama'
  • beautifully shaped speciman tree
  • round, mound-forming
  • finely cut, delicate foliage
  • maintains it's burgundy color in hot humid climates and resist scorching
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Weeping Birch*

Weeping Birch*

Botanical Name: Betula 'Summer Cascade'
  • graceful arching branches
  • exfoliating bark
  • beautiful speciman plant as focal point
  • food source for butterflies
  • has all the specifics of a regular birch and unique weeping habit
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Weeping Pea Shrub*

Weeping Pea Shrub*

Botanical Name: Caragana 'Walker Weeping'
  • great foundation planting
  • lacy, bright green foilage
  • graceful weeping form
  • tiny, pea-like flowers
  • drought tolerant
  • perfect speciman for small garden
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Weeping Pussy Willow

Weeping Pussy Willow

Botanical Name: Salix 'Weeping Pussy Willow'
  • unique and hard to find
  • strong weeping tendency, stems drop right to ground
  • attractive catkins in spring
  • good accent plant

 

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