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 10'-15' 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. The small stature makes it an excellent low hedge or specimen.
A very compact and dense shrub with bright crimson color on the new growth followed by the deep burgundy to a purplish color for the rest of the foliage. This shrub also requires very little pruning making it an easy and manageable sized plant.
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.
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.
Starry golden looking flowers cover the top of the thread leaf foliage that makes up this perennial. These small but beautiful flowers bloom in July and last until the first frost. Well drained soil is most desired and can tolerate drought.
An excellent dwarf shrub suitable for hedges in open or shady areas. Very responsive to trimming. One of the first bushes to leaf out in the spring and the last to lose its leaves in the fall. Suggested spacing 2'-2½'.
A dwarf, densely branched evergreen with low spreading form and foliage that resembles arborvitae. Bright green summer color turning bronze in winter. Grows in both full sun and full shade. Extremely hardy.
This grass has narrow, green leaves that have a gold variegation that runs down the center of the leaves that glows in the sun. Tan wheat resembling seed heads are an appealing personality of this grass that form in the early summer and last all season long. Prefers full sun and plenty of water in the extreme heat.
The Overdam Feather Reed Grass is a gorgeous variegated specimen that has green leaves with a silky white stripe running down the center of the leaf. The variegation will become more vibrant in climates that produce low humidity and cooler summer nights.
This upright growing grass has magenta colored leaves in the late summer that then slowly turn to a bright red-orange color until fading to a ghost white for the winter. Is a large clump forming grass that is a warm season grass.
This shrubs wings on the bark are more noticeable and takes on more of a mounded and compact shape versus an upright growing pattern. Being the jack of all trades, it can be used as a screen, in a hedge, in a group, or it even looks good by itself. This plant will tolerate shade but the more sun that…
This graceful upright tree has drooping branches. It responds very well to shearing and makes an excellent hedge or screen, which can be kept at any desired height. Needles are small, green on top and silver on the underside. It prefers light to heavy shade and protection from winter winds.
This vine puts on a show as it blooms twice each year with a golden colored flower. After it's finished blooming in the fall it produce a red berry. Its is a very hardy, twining vine as it can hold up in temperatures reaching -39° F without any damage to itself.
This Hydrangea Tree is one of the earliest ones to bloom, blooming around late May/early June. The flower starts out as creamy white early in the season, then slowly progressing to a pink and then finishing out the season with a dark pink/red color in the fall. This tree is very compact and can be the star of any landscape.
The Quick Fire Hydrangea Tree is a great accent vertically for any decorative planter or boarder. This variety of Hydrangea is one of the earliest blooming trees, about a month earlier than any of the other Hydrangeas, flowering in late May/early June with a white flower and turns a deep pink as the season progresses.
This hydrangea has large, cone-shaped flowers that bloom out as white in July and slowly turns to a deep, dark pink. The color change starts from the bottom and slowly works to the top of the flower. With flowers as big and beautiful as these, they also have strong, upright stems that help hold these flowers up on a pedestal.…
A low spreading, graceful, beautiful juniper. Silver-green in the summer turning to a silver-purple for the winter. One of the most choice evergreens that we have. Full sun or light shade are the best locations.
New, hardy dwarf lilac from Korea. Compact growth habit. Dark, glossy, green foliage that turns burgundy red in the fall. Fragrant pale lilac flowers bloom when other lilacs have already finished. Favors full sun.
This maple has a slower growth rate than trees similar to it but has a better maroon red color that lasts all season. The canopy has good shape with a straight trunk underneath to support it, creating a dense and beautiful shade tree.
The Amber Jubilee Ninebark outshines other Ninebark species with its glowing shades of orange, yellow and gold in the foliage to really catch ones' eye. This shrub normally grows in a dense and rounded shape but can still be used to create a gorgeous hedge. White flowers start appearing in the spring to start out the year and is then…
This plant enjoys the hot, full sun. It grows in a mound formation with green, strappy foliage and sprouts up a bright, rosy purple flower that begins blooming in July and August. When this perennial is crushed or broken, it gives off an onion smell that can repel deer from it or the area.
Dwarf mushroomed shaped pine. Very hardy and rugged. Bright green colors in all seasons. Will reach 4' in width and 2' in height in many years. This one requires full sun, a yearly trimming in June and will do well in sandy soil.
Delicate, soft green, graceful foliage unsurpassed by any other hardy conifer. When young, it is pyramidal in habit, but as it grows older, it becomes very open and picturesque. An excellent specimen tree.
A bushy plant with small, glossy, dark green foliage turning to a rich mahogany during the winter months. Multiple masses of lavender flowers in early may. Will thrive in partial shaded areas that are protected. This shrub enjoys moist, rich soil.
The Campfire Rose has beautiful blooms and green, glossy foliage. The buds have a yellow and red shade to them and open to semi-double flowers of yellow with rosy pink edges. As the season moves on, the pink edges become more vibrant and create a wonderful blend of yellow and deep pink blooms until the first frost hits. This rose…
A dense shrub with a cascade of white flowers in early May. This bush resembles the Bridalwreath Spirea in its flower patterns. Its a very hardy spirea and thrives in full sun to partial shade. Can grow to be 4'-5' when fully mature.
Soft catkins form in early spring for an added touch to this already gorgeous weeping form of a Pussy Willow. The foliage is green on top with a lighter shade of green underneath. A great plant to accent other plants or can stand alone in confined areas.
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.