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Physocarpus/Ninebark
Center Glow Ninebark
Physocarpus opulifolius 'Center Glow'
Height: 6-8' Spread: 6-8' Zone: 3
Striking deciduous shrub with leaves emerging rosy red, maturing to deep burgundy. Clusters of white flowers in late spring, followed by bright red fruit. Best resistance to powdery mildew of any of the cultivars we have grown.
Available: Container: #3 (18")
Picea/Spruce
Norway Spruce
Picea abies
Height: 40-60' Spread: 25-30' Zone: 3
Pyramidal evergreen with strong central leader. Pendulous branches with glossy green needles up to 1". Purple to light brown cones. Very cold hardy. Shallow root system, prefers well-drained soils.
Available: B&B: 3',4',5',6',7'
Bare Root: 12", 15", 18" (S2T3R)
Serbian Spruce
Picea omorika
Height: 50-60' Spread: 15-25' Zone: 4
Slow-growing evergreen with narrow pyramidal habit. Two-toned color appearance created by glossy dark green top side of needles, while underside are lighter in color with white bands. Slender trunk, short ascending branches. One of the most attractive and adaptable spruces.
Available: B&B: 3',4',5',6'
Colorado Spruce
Picea pungens
Height: 40-60' Spread: 15-20' Zone: 3
Evergreen tree with horizontal, stiff branches featuring sharp medium green to blue-green needles. Branches tend to go to the ground, and open with age. Narrow, dense, conical shape. Excellent Christmas tree. Our bare root liners are a mix of green and blue (Glauca) plants (seed source: San Juan National Forest).
Available: B&B: 3',4',5',6',7',8'
Bare Root: 8", 12", 15", 18" (S2T3R)
Colorado Blue Spruce
Picea pungens 'Glauca'
Height: 40-60' Spread: 15-20' Zone: 3
Colorado Spruce specially selected for its striking silver-blue color. Most commonly used as an individual specimen tree but also an attractive grove or windbreak tree.
Available: B&B: 3',4',5',6',7',8',10'
Pieris/Andromeda
Katsura Japanese Andromeda
Pieris japonica 'Katsura'
Height: 3-5' Spread: 3-5' Zone: 6
Compact, slow-growing evergreen. Striking wine red new foliage changing to dark, glossy green. Pink to rose-red flowers cascade over the foliage in spring. Drought, shade, and heat tolerant.
Available: Container: #3 (18")
Mountain Fire Andromeda
Pieris japonica 'Mountain Fire'
Height: 6-8' Spread: 4-6' Zone: 6
A superb shade-loving, flowering evergreen shrub. New growth is a dramatic bronze to bright red, changing to a dark, glossy green. White panicle flowers in spring.
Available: Container: #3 (18")
Pinus/Pine
Eastern White Pine
Pinus strobus
Height: 50-80' Spread: 20-40' Zone: 3
Fast growing evergreen native to eastern US and Canada. Light green needles, thin and flexible, to 4". Produces light brown cones in clusters.
Available: Bare Root: 8" (S2T2), 12" (S2T3R), 15" (S2T3R)
Prunus/Plum, Cherry
Thundercloud Plum
Prunus cerasifera 'Thundercloud'
Height: 20' Spread: 20' Zone: 5
Single, fragrant pink flowers bloom before leaves. Dark purple foliage throughout the growing season. Purple fruit is edible and attracts birds and other wildlife.
B&B: 11/2", 13/4", 2", 21/2", 3", 31/2", 4"
Bare Root: 11/2", 13/4", 2", 21/2", 3", 31/2"
Little Twist Flowering Cherry
Prunus incisa 'Little Twist'
Height: 6' Spread: 6' Zone: 5
Compact flowering cherry with distinctive, closely packed zig-zag stems. Tightly clustered white flowers with pink centers. Maroon fall leaf color. Well-suited to small spaces, decks or patios.
Available: Container: #10 (5')
Kwanzan Cherry
Prunus serrulata 'Kwanzan'
Height: 25' Spread: 15' Zone: 5
Very showy, vase-shaped cherry. Large double pink flowers in May. Dark green foliage, turning to orange-red in fall. Rarely fruits.
Available: B&B: 11/2", 13/4", 2", 21/2", 3", 31/2", 4"
Bare Root: 11/2", 13/4", 2", 21/2", 3", 31/2"
Snow Fountains® Weeping Cherry
Prunus x 'Snofozam'
Height: 12-15' Spread: 15-20' Zone: 4
Magnificent specimen tree. Graceful, weeping branches with cascading white blooms in spring. Compact growth habit. Disease and insect resistant, cold hardy.
Available: CALL FOR AVAILABLITY
Pyrus/Pear
Cleveland Select Flowering Pear
Pyrus calleryana 'Cleveland Select'
Height: 30' Spread: 15' Zone: 5
Upright, pyramidal deciduous tree with masses of snowy white blooms in spring. Fall foliage is purplish-red. No fruit. Tolerates urban conditions, excellent street tree.
Available: B&B: 11/2", 13/4", 2", 21/2", 3"
Quercus/Oak
White Oak
Quercus alba
Height: 60' Spread: 50' Zone: 4
Native to eastern North America, and the official tree of several states. Grows narrow and tall in the forest, but will develop a broad, majestic crown when grown in the open. Green foliage changes to showy shades of red in fall, and persists for several weeks. Acorns are relished by forest birds and mammals.
Available: B&B: 11/2", 2", 21/2", 3", 31/2"
Bare Root: 11/2", 2", 21/2", 3"
Pin Oak
Quercus palustris
Height: 60' Spread: 40' Zone: 5
Our Pin Oak are decidedly pyramidal as we have used our own selected seed for the last 40 years. With the horizontal layering of the branches, this native tree displays an elegant appearance. Glossy, dark, classic oak leaves turn rusty red for an extended fall showing. Acorns are valuable wildlife food. Often used as a street tree due to its tolerance of urban soils. Spring transplanting is recommended.
Available: B&B: 11/2", 2", 21/2", 3", 31/2"
Bare Root: 11/2", 2", 21/2", 3"
Chestnut Oak
Quercus prinus
Height: 60' Spread: 50' Zone: 5
Native oak with a somewhat narrow crown. Light green, elliptical leaves change to yellow in fall. Bark becomes thick and ruggedly ridged as it ages. Acorns provide food for local wildlife.
Available: B&B: 11/2", 2", 21/2", 3", 31/2"
Bare Root: 11/2", 2", 21/2", 3"