A small multi-stemmed tree blooming in early spring with white flower clusters, followed by edible, purplish blue fruit later in the season. Birds love the berries. Can grow to be 20'-25' tall when fully mature.
Summer, fruit large, dark red. Flesh greenish-yellow, juicy. Flavor mild, pleasant for eating. A good dessert and cooking apple. An annual bearer, a natural semi-dwarf growing to about 7'-10' tall. Very hardy variety.
A compact, slow growing narrow tree. The foliage has a textured bunchy appearance. Summer foliage color is bright green, holding its color in winter. Grows to be about 4'-6' tall when fully mature. The small stature makes it an excellent low hedge or specimen.
The foliage is dense, heavy and dark green; it shears easily, tolerates full sun as well as partial shade. Excellent for hedges, screens and foundation corner plantings. Grows to be about 15'-25' when fully mature.
A small tree with spreading branches and fairly dense foliage. White flowers in spring, and the showy orange-red fruits of late summer persist into winter and are favored by the birds. Can grow up to 30' when fully mature
Semi-double, 3" medium pink flowers, which continue until the arrival of frost. Dark green foliage turns to yellow and orange in the fall and is accented perfectly by large orange-red fruit. Makes an excellent hedge rose. Can grow as tall as 4ft - 5ft.
Upright, pyramidal habit. Medium to fast grower. Adaptable to wide range of soils, including hot, dry sites. Thrives in full sun. Tolerates temperatures -30° to 120° F. White bark, dark green leaves turning yellow in fall. Highly resistant to bronze birch borer under good fertility program. 3-4 stem clumps. Can grow 40'-50' tall when fully mature.
All nursery stock is northern grown and hardy for our cold winters. Because they are potted, or balled & burlaped, they can be planted successfully in spring through fall. We are always looking to be on the leading edge of handling new and exciting varieties of plants and products, so be sure to call and ask for more information.