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Astilbe Fanal - Red

Showy perennial for beautiful summer color in shady areas. Tall, feathery blooms of deep garnet red valued for light, airy quality, rise above bronze-green foliage. Thrives in dappled or full shade borders. Gorgeous in massed plantings. 

 

Thrives in enriched, evenly moist, acidic soil, but very adaptable. Avoid harsh sun exposures. Mulch to keep roots cool and moist; avoid the crown. Cut back and fertilize in early spring. Feed again after bloom. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years in early spring.

 

Moderate, gracefully mounding grower to 2 ft. tall.

Big Blue Liriope

Abundant blue flower spikes rise above the attractive, tufted arching, grass-like foliage followed by clusters of black berries. Superior edging, border or groundcover. Tolerates drier conditions when established. Evergreen.

 

Thrives in average, well-drained soils. Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Tolerates mild drought, when established. For a neat appearance, remove old foliage before new leaves emerge. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years in early spring.

 

Grows 12 to 15 in. tall and wide.

 

Black Lace Elderberry

Intense purple black foliage is finely cut, giving it an effect similar to that of Japanese maple. Creamy pink flowers in spring contrast nicely with the dark leaves. They are followed by blackish red fall berries which can be harvested for making elderberry wine and jam, or left on the plant to attract birds and other wildlife.

 

Best in moist soil although will tolerate dry soils. Thrives under acid or alkaline soils. Best if pruned immediately after blooming. May be pruned to the ground each year and treated like a perennial, though this may compromise flowering. This plant will benefit from a good hard pruning as a young plant. Best with high moisture. Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer specialized for trees and shrubs.

 

Reaches 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide.

Bleeding Heart

 An old time perennial that loves the shade producing a spectacular array of tall wands lined with dangling blossoms. Spreads in loose moist soil into large clumps. Asian garden staple that naturalizes well with American mountain natives.

 

Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

Large, old fashioned garden perennial, grows to 3 ft tall and wide.

Dwarf Korean Lilac

Tree Form

 

Basically a bush on a stick, A perfect small tree to plant near your patio or window or door, to enjoy the wonderful fragrance! Once the blossoms fade, lightly prune the tree to maintain its shape.

 

Reaches 5 to 7 ft. tall and wide. 

Bloomerand Lilac

Enjoy the Lilac fragrance for months instead of weeks! This  type of lilac blooms in spring, and after a short rest during the heat of summer, it flowers again, right up until frost. Compact, mounded shape fits easily into any landscape.  Good powdery mildew resistance. Deciduous.

 

Follow regular watering schedule during first growing season to establish deep, extensive root system. Feed before new growth emerges in spring. Increase watering before spring bloom, in absence of rainfall/snow melt. Clip spent flowers to promote continuous bloom. Flower production may diminish during extreme heat, resuming when the weather cools. Prune only as needed to shape.

 

Reaches 4 to 5 ft. tall and wide.

Burning Bush

Sensational accent or natural hedge desired for the intense scarlet red fall coloring. Interesting compact, mounded form displays attractive rich green leaves spring through summer. Exceptional when featured in mass, at the foreground of larger conifers or evergreen shrubs. Deciduous.

 

Easy to grow; adapts to most average, well-drained soils. Avoid wet, poorly-drained sites. Tolerates shade, but best fall foliage in full sun.  Fertilize before new growth begins in spring. For a tidy, neat appearance, prune annually to shape.Pruning time: winter.

 

Moderate grower, reaches 6 to 8 ft. tall. 8 to 10 ft. wide.

Butterfly Bush

This easy-care, dwarf shrub has a unique, horizontal, low spreading habit with feathery, deep green leaves and showy spikes of dark purple-blue flowers that radiate outward and downward. Blooms continuously from summer to fall

 

Performs best in well-drained soil.

 

 

Reaches 2 to 3 ft. tall and 3 to 3 1/2 ft. wide

Weeping Norway Spruce 

Needles have excellent rich green color. Grown on a stake to feature the pendulous nature of the branches. Cones are exceptionally showy.

Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

Slow growing to 3 ft. tall, taller if staked; trailing branches to 10 ft. wide.

Columnar Norway Spruce

Dark green evergreen needles are slightly curved on closely set limbs, creating a slender, uniform form with dense branching to the ground. Withstands heavy snow loads. Tolerates heat and humidity better than others. Ideal windbreak or privacy wall.

Grows in most average, well-drained soils with even moisture

 

 

Fast growth to 20 ft. tall, 5 to 6 ft. wide in ten years; eventually to 30 ft. tall.

Shasta Daisy

Perennial with coarse, leathery leaves and large white single blooms that are attractive to butterflies. Sturdy flowers remain attractive even after a hard rain. For a neat appearance, remove old foliage before new leaves emerge. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years in early spring.

Quickly reaches 1 ft. tall, 2 ft. wide; flower stems 2 to 3 ft. tall.

Royal Candle Veronica 

Vibrant, violet-blue flower spikes over an exceptionally long season from this easy to grow perennial. Upright, neat and compact habit is perfect for containers, front of borders, and cutting gardens.   Clip spent flower stems for a neat appearance. May be cut back to basal growth after flowering, and divided every 2 -3 years, in early spring.

Moderate growth to 12 inches tall and wide.

Kim's Knee High Coneflower

Quickly reaches 2 ft. tall and wide. 

Caesar's Brother Iris

Dark purple blooms rise above slender sword-like green foliage. A stand-out in the border when planted in mass. This highly adaptable iris thrives in moist soils, where others will not. Herbaceous perennial.

Easy and adaptable; thrives in enriched, neutral to slightly acidic, well-drained soils. Best with regular watering from spring until past bloom period; requires less water after bloom period. For a neat appearance, prune old foliage as new leaves emerge. Divide clumps every 4-5 years in early fall.

Vigorous grower to 2 1/2 ft. tall; flower stalks to 3 ft. tall.

Cardinal Flower

A great hybrid with flowers in the brilliant fire engine red of the native. Cardinal flower is a sure bet for gardeners anxious to have hummingbirds visit their gardens.  Cardinal flower flourishes in acidic to neutral, well drained soils in filtered shade to sun. Stream banks, water’s edge, meadow margins, and garden soils less prone to drought stress are excellent sites to grow this adorable herbaceous perennial.

Reach 2-4 ft. in height and 2 ft. wide.

Caramel Coral Bells

New leaves emerge bright gold and mature to peachy-orange. Soft but showy color adds warmth and contrast to mixed containers and woodland borders. Thrives in the high heat and humidity of the south. Sun tolerant in cool northern gardens. Evergreen in mild winter areas.

 

Protect from harsh afternoon sun in hot southern climates. Shear spent blooms for a neat appearance. Apply a balanced slow-release fertilizer in early spring; repeat mid-season. Clumps may be divided every 2 to 3 years in spring.Pruning time: early spring.

 

 

Clumping foliage reaches 10 to 14 in. tall, 18 in. wide.

Forever Purple

Coral Bells

Deep purple with even deeper purple venation. The leaves are slightly ruffled and are evergreen—perfect for year-round interest. This is a vigorous grower and holds its purple color better than other varieties.

 Blessedly low maintenance, you won't have to worry much about this heuchera as it isn't bothered by diseases and can tough out heat and humidity with grace and no drop in color. This adaptable darling goes well in mixed containers and shaded areas of the garden that need a burst of refreshing color. Moist and fertile soil is the best environment for healthy vigorous growth. 

 

15 inches tall and 22 inches wide

 

Creeping Phlox

Plant a carpet of color! Beautiful masses of deep blue flowers top creeping stems and make an attractive groundcover or accent in a rock garden. Excellent bank cover. 

 

Avoid overhead watering. Prune spent flower heads for a neat appearance. Feed when new growth begins in spring. Divide every 2-4 years.Pruning time: summer after flowering.

  

Moderate growing 6 in. tall, 3 ft. wide.

Firewitch Dianthus

Magenta-pink flowers bloom profusely, with a wonderful spicy clove-like fragrance. Bluish-gray, compact foliage quickly forms a solid mat, making it an excellent ground cover or rock garden plant.

Best with light shade in hot summer areas. Water and feed regularly throughout the growing season. For a neat appearance, clip spent flowers. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years in early spring.

 

 

Reaches 3 to 6 inches tall, the plant spreads actively, so choosing a site with some extra space allows "Firewitch" to expand without crowding.

Dappled Willow tree 

Best color is produced in full sun.

Dappled Willow Trees take to pruning and shearing very well, to either promote good color or maintain a manageable size.  Pruning should be done while dormant, in either early winter or VERY early spring before catkins appear and any growth begins. New growth is most colorful; shear once or twice during growing season to promote a fresh flush of foliage.Pruning time: winter; may be pruned vigorously to maintain smaller size..

 

Reaches 15 to 20 ft. tall and wide; maintain at 6 to 10 ft. with pruning.

Sandcherry

Prized for its masses of light pink flowers and deep purple foliage. Small black fruit follows flowers.

 Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. For a tidy, neat appearance, prune annually to shape.Pruning time: winter.

 

 

Moderate grower, 6 to 10 ft. tall, 6 to 8 ft. wide.

Day Lily

A favorite perennial for its showy blooms. Large clumps of long, grass-like leaves are highlighted by bright  flowers on tall stems. This extra-early bloomer reblooms throughout the summer months.

 

For a neat appearance, remove old foliage before new leaves emerge. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years in early spring.

 

Moderate growing 15 in. tall; flower stalks slightly taller.

"Happy Returns"

"Purple De Oro"

"Pardon Me"

Goldmound Spirea

Vibrant golden spring foliage, accented by clusters of pink flowers, cools to a yellowish green in summer then a rich, yellowish orange in fall.

 

Feed regularly during the growing season with a general purpose fertilizer. Prune annually in late winter to promote vigorous new growth.

 

 

Moderate growth to 2 to 3 ft. tall and 4 ft. wide.

Knockout Rose 

A maintenance free rose that continually produces flowers with a slight spicy fragrance. Feed regularly during the growing season with a general purpose fertilizer. Prune annually in late winter to promote vigorous new growth.

 

Rounded, bushy and well behaved shrub.

Fast growing 3 to 4 ft. tall and wide.

Green Velvet Boxwood

A full-bodied boxwood well-suited for dense, low hedges. Foliage retains its rich green color throughout winter. Vigorous, rounded form if not sheared. A wonderful evergreen that will provide year-round, cold-hardy color and structure in the garden.

 

 Apply mulch to conserve moisture. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer in spring. For a neat appearance, shear annually to shape.Pruning time: summer.

 

Moderate growing 3 to 4 ft. tall and wide.

Mr. Bowling Ball Arborvitae

Dwarf, rounded shrub with dense foliage. Lacy, rich green foliage with excellent year-round color retention. Useful as a low hedge or in foundation plantings. Especially useful in areas where space is limited. Evergreen.

 

Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

Slow growing, eventually reaching 24 to 30 in. tall and wide.

Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper

A dense mound of ground-hugging branches that radiate from the center. New growth is bright green turning to bluish green as it matures. Winter color can have a purple tint.

 

Water deeply, less frequently, once established. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

 

Reaches 1 ft. tall, 6 ft. wide when grown in natural form.

Spartan Juniper

Handsome, fast growing evergreen that forms dark green, densely branched columns useful as a formal accent, screen or windbreak. In natural form, its symmetrical, pyramidal shape rarely needs pruning. Excellent sheared topiary. Tolerates heat, cold and drought.

Apply a slow release fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. Prune annually to shape.Pruning time: summer.

  

Fast growing to 15 ft. tall, 3 to 5 ft. wide.

 Zebra Grass

Graceful, arching blades with eye-catching ivory to yellow highlights. Tall, upright flower stems topped with feathery, silver-white, summer plumes that soften and curl as they dry. 

 

 Prune to the ground in late winter just before new shoots appear. Divide clumps every 2-3 years in early spring.

 

 

Forms dense clumps of foliage, 3 to 4 ft. tall and wide.

Morning Light Maiden Grass 

Green blades have highlights of creamy-white margins and midveins creating a shimmering silvery appearance. 

 

Prefers even moisture, but takes dry conditions when established. Cut back and apply fertilizer just before new shoots appear in late winter to early spring. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years.Pruning time: late winter or early spring.

 

 

Forms clumps 5 ft. tall, 3 to 4 ft. wide; flower stalks reach 6 ft. tall.

Mint Julep Pom Pom

A standout because of its brilliant mint green foliage displayed on a beautiful arching form.An excellent choice as a topiary specimen at entryways or in formal gardens.

 

Apply a slow release fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. Prune annually to shape.Pruning time: summer.

  

Moderate growing; reaches 4 to 6 ft. tall, 6 to 8 ft. wide.

Elijah Blue Fescue

Icy blue coloration to this clumping ornamental grass holds up even through the heat of summer. Buff colored flowers create eye-catching contrast.

 

For a neat appearance, remove old foliage before new leaves emerge. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years in early spring.

 

Fast growing, dense mounds 8 to 12 in. tall and wide.

Emerald Green Arborvitae

A narrow, pyramidal evergreen displaying dense emerald green foliage that holds its color throughout winter. One of the most popular and effective shrubs for screening or tall hedge use. 

Mulch around root zone and shelter from drying winds. Fertilize before new growth begins in spring. Prune as needed to shape.Pruning time: spring.

 

Moderate grower to 15 ft. tall, 3 to 4 ft. wide.

Sky Rocket Juniper 

Stately, columnar form makes this likely the narrowest juniper available - so narrow and upright, in fact, it resembles a skyrocket! A durable and versatile evergreen with beautiful bluish green foliage.

 

Needs little care and tolerates drought, once established. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

Fast grower to 15 to 20 ft. tall, 2 to 3 ft. wide.

Fineline Buckthorne 

Lacy fern-like foliage combined with a narrow columnar habit make this a fantastic plant for adding texture and shape to the garden. Foliage turns yellow in fall.  Very adaptable. Prefers well-drained soils. Pruning seldom needed but may trim in fall. Apply fertilizer in spring.

 

Reaches 5 to 7 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide.

Starlet Forsythia

This new dwarf Forsythia is a mass of bright yellow spring flowers from base to tip. If your older Forsythia takes up too much room and has a weak flower display, try this new, improved compact variety. A beautiful accent in mixed borders or foundation plantings. Blooms on old wood.

 

 If needed, prune after flowering; old stems can be cut to the ground. Apply controlled release fertilizer in spring.

 

Reaches 2 to 3 ft. tall and 3 to 4 ft. wide.

Gold Mop Cypress

A ground hugging mound that is truly mop-like, with stringy leaves that color best in full sun. Superior accent plant among other dwarf green conifers.  Apply a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. Pruning rarely needed. May be lightly pruned annually to shape.Pruning time: spring to summer.

 

Slow growing to under 3 ft. tall, 4 ft. wide.

Golden Privet

It forms a dense, leafy wall that creates lots of privacy, and clusters of white flowers perfume the air in summer.  High quality, glossy foliage emerges bright yellow and ages to chartreuse. Very adaptable and easy to grow.

Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. For a tidy, neat appearance, prune annually to shape.Pruning time: winter.

 

 

Quickly reach 4-6 feet tall and wide.

Patriot Hosta

Features bold, dark green foliage displaying a bold, gleaming white edge to the leaves.For a neat appearance, remove old foliage before new leaves emerge. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years in early spring.

 

Moderate growing to 14 in. tall, spreading wider. 

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Fire & Ice Hosta

This variegated hosta has slightly twisted foliage with a white center and green margins.Lavender blooms with white scapes throughout the summer.

For a neat appearance, remove old foliage before new leaves emerge. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years in early spring.

 

 

Fast growing to 14-16 in. tall, spreads to 12-24 in. wide.

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Rainbows End Hosta

Very showy and unique hosta with extreme variegation and shiny leaves.The bright yellow center becomes white by summer. Large lavender flowers bloom in late summer on red flower scapes. Looks best in the front of a garden. A slower grower but worth the wait.

 

Slowy reaches 16-19 inches tall and 21in. spread

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Endless Summer Hydrangea

The first repeat blooming mophead Hydrangea. Remove spent flowers to have blooms from spring to fall. Cut emerging spring growth back to half to increase the number of pink (in alkaline soil) or blue (in acidic soils with sufficient aluminum) blooms.

 

 Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before spring growth. Prune to shape after flowering.

 

Well rounded shrub reaches 3 to 5 ft. tall and wide.

Pinky Winky Hydrangea

The large panicles open white in mid-to-late summer, turning to pink as the season progresses, for a two-toned effect. This hardy selection blooms every year. An outstanding specimen plant, massed in the landscape or as a cut flower.

 

Prune back late winter/early spring. Apply fertilizer in spring.

 

 

Reaches 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide.

Quick Fire Hydrangea

Quick Fire blooms about a month before other Hardy Hydrangea varieties and flowers every year! Flowers open white then turn pink as summer progresses.  Prune back late winter/early spring. Apply fertilizer in spring.

 

Reaches 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide.

Incrediball Hydrangea

This spectacular improved version of the native Annabelle hydrangea produces huge, full flower heads, as large as 12" across, and is both reliable and beautiful. Flowers open green, then mature to white before fading to green again. Very sturdy stems hold the blooms upright even if soaked with rain. This very cold hardy shrub blooms on new growth, so even very cold winters won't keep it from blooming.

Prune back in late winter to encourage strong new growth and flowering.

 

Reaches 4 to 5 ft. tall, up to 4 ft. wide.

Phantom Hydrangea

The blooms unfold midsummer as a creamy white before blushing soft pink as the summer progresses. Heavy bloomer with sturdy stemmed flowers that do not flop.

Pruning time: late winter to early spring.

 

Quickly reaches 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide.

Limelight Hydrangea

Huge, football-shaped flowers open in an elegant celadon green that looks fresh and clean in summer's heat. Blooms every year, even in cold climates - winter doesn't phase it at all.  This extremely durable, long-lived plant is easy to grow. It likes full sun in cold climates, afternoon shade in warmer ones

To prune, simply cut back by one-third its total height every spring. If you wish, you can apply a granular fertilizer formulated for woody plants (like a rose fertilizer) at that time as well.

 

Reaches 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide.

Limelight Hydrangea Tree

Limelight Hydrangea (tree form) features bold conical lime green flowers with chartreuse overtones at the ends of the branches from mid summer to late fall. The flowers are excellent for cutting. It has green foliage throughout the season. The pointy leaves do not develop any appreciable fall color.

It is best pruned in late winter once the threat of extreme cold has passed.

 

 

10 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 5 feet

 

**Pinky Winky, Quick Fire, and Phantom also availible in tree form 

Mary Jane Magnolia

The Magnolia is prized for its abundant, long- lasting blooms, fragrance and showy color.  The Jane Magnolia is the perfect small tree or large shrub to bring color to your garden in spring. Before the leaves are even on the trees, the Jane Magnolia will be covered in upright blooms of a beautiful rich reddish-purple with pale-pink centers. This is the hardiest magnolia available with colored blooms.

 

Reaches a Height of 10-15feet and a Spread of 8-12 feet.

Ann Magnolia

Flowers later and thus avoids frost damage to the flower buds. Exquisite, 3 to 4 inch blooms, reddish purple outside and white inside, appear before the foliage buds out. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

 

Slow growing 10 to 15 ft. tall and 12 ft. wide.

Rose of Sharon

Purple or Pink

This hardy hibiscus is an easy-to-grow shrub. It is valued for its tight, upright form and large summer blossoms, adding color to the landscape when few other plants are in bloom. Produces beautiful double purple/pink blooms in the summer.

Prune twice a year, once in the winter and once in mid-summer.

 

Moderate growing; reaches 6 to 9 ft. tall, 6 ft. wide.

Rose of Sharon Tree 

Best flowering occurs in full sun. Prefers moist, organically rich soils, but tolerates poor soils and some drought. Very tolerant of summer heat and humidity.Prune to shape in spring. Pruning back to 2-3 buds in late winter may produce larger blooms. 

Height: 6.00 to 8.00 feet
Spread: 5.00 to 7.00 feet 
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Weeping White Pine

The Weeping White Pine is a conifer, and an evergreen, and unlike most pine trees which are characterized by individual branches consisting mostly of "dead" zone, this species features beautiful cascading branches covered with soft needles. The cascading effect is even more striking when cones are present. The oblong cones, rather than growing out, or upright, appear to follow the path of the cascading branches.

 

Slow Growing

Height: 6.00 to 15.00 feet

Spread: 10.00 to 20.00 feet

 

Snow Fountains Weeping Cherry

 

The Pink Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry is a small ornamental tree with a big show.  Weeping branches are covered with showy, snow white flowers early in the season. 

The gently cascading branches will then transform with stunning glossy green leaves. The dark green will accentuate the weeping nature of this tree.  In the fall, the leaves put on a show with dazzling gold & orange colors.   Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. Prune annually to maintain canopy at desired size.Pruning time: winter.

 

Slowly reaches 10 to 12 ft. tall and wide.

Wine & Roses Weigela

Rosy-pink flowers add a touch of romance when displayed against the dark glossy foliage. The foliage is much darker than that of older varieties. This variety produces copious amounts of flowers in spring, and will re-bloom throughout the summer. The trumpet-like flowers are adored by hummingbirds!  Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer specialized for trees and shrubs.

It is best to prune immediately after flowering. 

 

 

4 to 5 ft. tall and wide.

Sonic Bloom Weigela

Create an explosion of color with this fantastic new re-blooming selection. Loads of hot pink flowers in spring are followed by waves of blooms until frost! Mounded growth habit with deep green, deer resistant foliage. Reblooms without deadheading, providing season-long color.   Fertilize in early spring with a controlled-release fertilizer. If necessary, prune immediately after the spring bloom.  Attracts hummingbirds.

 

Reaches 4 to 5 ft. tall and wide.

Red Prince Weigela

A compact, mounding shrub featuring gorgeous red tubular flowers against dark green foliage.  Thrives in full sun in northern areas to part shade in hot summer climates. Fertilize with a slow release fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. For a formal appearance, prune annually after flowering.Pruning time: summer after flowering.

 

Moderate growing; reaches 5 to 6 ft. tall and wide.

 

Variegated Weigela

Neatly rounded shrub displays rose pink blooms backed by excellent variegated foliage.Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. For a formal appearance, shear annually after flowering.Pruning time: spring after flowering.

 

Moderate grower to 3 ft. tall and wide.

 

Variegated Red Twig Dogwood

Variegated leaves, attractive berries, stunning fall color and showy red stems in winter make this wonderful shrub for all seasons!  Apply a balanced fertilizer in spring. To encourage bright red stems, annually prune a third of oldest stems to six inches, leaving strong young whips.Pruning time: late winter to early spring.

 

Moderate grower, 6 to 8 ft. tall, 4 to 6 ft. wide.

Summer Wine Ninebark

Season long purple foliage is covered with soft pink flowers in late summer. Adaptable and easy to grow, with excellent resistance to powdery mildew, this native is a useful landscape shrub and also makes an attractive cut flower.

 

Prune after flowering. Apply fertilizer in spring.

 

Reaches 5 to 6 ft. tall and wide.

Hoopsi Blue Spruce

Outstanding evergreen tree, generally considered the bluest form. New growth is especially bright blue. Pyramidal form that holds stiff horizontal branches with dense silvery-blue needles.  Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

Fast growing to 30 to 50 ft. tall, 10 to 20 ft. wide.

Black Hills Spruce

Highly desirable naturally symmetrical cone shape with a denser, more compact habit than the white spruce, making it very resistant to winter injury. Bright-green needles mature to an interesting blue-green. Provides winter cover, nesting sites and forage for birds and wildlife. 

 

Drought tolerant when established; prefers regular moisture. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. Needs no pruning.

 

 

Slowly reaches 25 ft. tall, 15 ft. wide; to 50 ft. tall, 25 ft. wide in ideal conditions.

Norway Spruce

Its dense branching pattern and tolerance of soil variations has also made it a popular tree for windbreaks.  The Norway spruce grows to a height of 40–60' and a spread of 25–30' at maturity.  Full sun is the ideal condition for this tree, meaning it should get at least six hours of direct, unfiltered sunlight each day.

 

This tree grows at a medium to fast rate, with height increases of anywhere from 13" to more than 24" per year.

Colorado Blue Spruce

Its silvery blue-green coloring and perfect Christmas tree shape make this tree a great landscaping focal point on commercial and residential properties. It is also widely used for privacy or a windbreak.  Full sun is the ideal condition for this tree, meaning it should get at least six hours of direct, unfiltered sunlight each day.

The Colorado blue spruce grows to a height of 50–75' and a spread of 10–20' at maturity.

This tree grows at a slow to medium rate, with height increases of anywhere from less than 12" to 24" per year.

 

Eastern White Pine

Features long, slender, blue-green needles, sometimes reaching 5" in length, grown in bundles of 5 that are soft and flexible.

Produces elongated brown cones that are 3–8" in length. Each is curved slightly and has smooth scales.  Grows in an oval, pyramidal shape.  The eastern white pine grows to a height of 50–80' and a spread of 20–40' at maturity.

 

This tree grows at a fast rate, with height increases of more than 24" per year

 

Vanderwolf Pyramid Limber Pine 

Distinctive, pyramid shaped pine with long, twisted silvery blue-green needles displayed on dense branches. A superior selection for lawn specimen and accent. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.Pruning time: spring.

 

Slow grower to 20 to 25 ft. tall, 10 to 15 ft. wide.

 

Birds Nest Spruce

Tight, compact shape requires little maintenance. Very hardy and wind resistant.  Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

Slow grower, reaching only 3 to 5 ft. tall, 4 to 6 ft. wide.

 

Weeping Threadleaf Arborvitae

A sensational evergreen with a wonderful pendulous crown grafted onto a patio tree form to display the unique habit. The many loose tufts of long thread-like drooping branches hold aromatic yellow-tinged foliage.  Fertilize before new growth begins in spring. Prune semi-annually to maintain topiary form.Pruning time: spring.

 

Moderate growing with a 7 to 8 ft. tall, 3 to 4 ft. wide crown.

 

Chicago Lustre Viburnum

Extremely durable and attractive large upright, rounded shrub with arching branches. Produces clusters of tiny white flowers followed by blue-black fruit that provides forage for songbirds. Withstands heat and drought. Glossy, dark green foliage turns yellow to burgundy in autumn. Use as a tall screen, hedge or specimen. Deciduous.  Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. For a tidy, neat appearance, shear to shape in winter.

 

Fast growing to 10 to 12 ft. tall and 8 to 10 ft. wide.

Blue Muffin Viburnum

Clean white flowers make for a crisp contrast with the glossy green leaves in early to mid-summer. The remarkably intense blue fruit that inspired the Blue Muffin™ name appear in late summer and fall. The fruit add interest to the fall landscape, and attract songbirds to the garden. Berries are not edible.  Fruit production is increased by having another cultivar of Arrowwood near by to cross pollinate the flowers.  Good examples include pairing Chicago Lustre Arrowwood, or Autumn Jazz Arrowwood,

Pruning is best done immediately after flowering. Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer specialized for trees and shrubs.

 

Reaches 5 to 7 ft. tall and wide. 

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