Planting Guides

Deer Resistant Plants Deer Resistant Plants
A list of plants that are less prone to deer damage.

Drought Tolerant Plants Drought Tolerant Plants
A list of plants tolerant to drought damage.

Heavy Clay Soil Plants Heavy Clay Soil Plants
A list of plants tolerant to heavy clay soil.

Native Plants Native Plants
A list of native plants.

Salt Tolerant Plants Salt Tolerant Plants
A list of plants that are tolerant to salt.

Shade Tolerant Plants Shade Tolerant Plants
A list of plants that are tolerant to shade.

Suggested Perennials for hot and dry conditions Suggested Perennials for hot and dry conditions
Pictures of perennials for hot and dry conditions.

Wet Soil Plants Wet Soil Plants
A list of plants that are tolerant to wet soil.

Feeney's Plant List

B&B Plants    (Jump to "Container Plants")

Picture  Botanical NameCommon Name Description 
  Acer campestreHedge Maple Long-lived tree for city conditions. 30'. Zone 5.
  Acer griseumPaperbark Maple Peeling cinnamon-brown bark and delicate compound leaves with red fall color. Small upright tree. 25'. Zone 5.
show picture Acer p. 'Bloodgood';Bloodgood Japanese Maple Small upright tree with deep red leaves. Brighter red fall color. 15-20'. Zone 6.
show picture Acer p. d. 'Tamukeyama'Thread-leaf Tamukeyama Maple Young foliage is deep crimson-red and matures to purple-red and holds quite well.
show picture Acer p. d. 'Viridis'Thread-leaf Green Maple Green leaf dissected maple. Fall color is yellow-gold to red.
  Acer p. 'Crimson King'Crimson King Maple Tried-and-true maroon-leafed maple. Creates deep shade. 40-50'. Zone 4.
  Acer r. 'Armstrong'Armstrong Red Maple Narrow, upright form of red maple. Great for street trees and small properties. 50-60'. Zone 4.
  Acer r. 'October Glory'October Glory Red Maple Long-lasting red fall color. Glossy green leaves on a broad crown spring-early fall. 50'. Zone 5.
  Acer r. 'Red Sunset'Red Sunset Maple Most popular red maple. Excellent orange-red fall color. Good shade or street tree. 50'. Zone 3.
  Acer s. 'Legacy'Legacy Sugar Maple Heat and drought-resistant form with good fall color. 50'. Zone 4
  Amelanchier a. 'Autumn Brilliance'Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry Beautiful upright multi-stemmed shrub. Fantastic bright red fall color, copper-colored winter stems, and white clouds of spring flowers make this a four season plant. 20'. Zone 4.
  Amelanchier canadensisServiceberry Upright native multistemmed shrub. White flowers in spring. Edible fruit in late summer. Gold fall color. 20'. Zone 3.
  Betula nigraRiver Birch The most trouble-free birch. Heat tolerant. Survives wet springs and dry summers and falls. 40'+. Zone 3.
  Betula n. 'Heritage'Heritage River Birch Improved form of River Birch. Creamy-white bark at earlier ages, larger, tougher leaves. 40'+. Zone 3.
show picture Buxus 'Green Gem'Green Gem Boxwood Slow-growing, requires little pruning. Deep green foliage through winter. 3'.
show picture Buxus 'Green Ice'Green Ice Boxwood Super hardy and green all winter. Blue-green flush in spring. 4'.
show picture Buxus 'Green Mountain'Green Mountain Boxwood Dense upright form with bright green leaves though the winter. Natural cone-shaped. Excellent hedge. Full to part sun. 5'.
show picture Buxus m. 'Winter Gem'Winter Gem Boxwood Deep velvety green foliage. Stays green in winter.
  Buxus sempervirensCommon Boxwood Slow-growing. Aristocratic hedge shrub perfect for formal settings. 15'. Zone 5.
show picture Buxus s. 'Dee Runk'Dee Runk Boxwood Upright cultivar. Excellent choice for narrow hedges.
show picture Buxus s. 'Fastigiata'Fastigiate Boxwood Upright cutivar. Rich green foliage with a hint of blue. Excellent choice for narrow hedges.
  Buxus s. 'Suffruticosa'English Boxwood Dense, compact slow-growing form great for edging. 5'. Zone 5.
show picture Carpinus b. 'Fastigiata'Fastigiata Hornbeam Oval-vase shape. 30-40'.
show picture Carpinus b. 'Frans Fontaine'Frans Fontaine Hornbeam Tighter, more upright. 30-35'.
  Cedrus a. 'Glauca'Blue Atlas Cedar Beautiful specimen for large areas. 40'. Zone 6.
show picture Cedrus a. 'Glauca Pendula'Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar "Like water over the rocks" – Dirr. Zone 6.
show picture Cedrus d. 'Geralds'Deodor Weeping Cedar Excellent specimen evergreen because of extremely graceful and pendulous habit.
show picture Cephalotaxus h. 'Duke Gardens'Duke Gardens Plum Yew Deer resistant yew relative that grows 2-3' tall and 3-4' wide. Grows in full sun or full shade.
  Cercidiphyllum japonicumKatsuratree Excellent tree for shade, apricot fall color. 40'. Zone 4.
  Cercis canadensisEastern Redbud Small purplish-pink flowers cover stems in early spring. Good as a single specimen, in groups, and in woodlands. 30'. Zone 4.
  Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula'Weeping Alaska Cedar Graceful weeping evergreen for specimen use. 30'. Zone 4.
  Chamaecyparis obtusaHinoki Cypress Tall, slender, dark green specimen plant. Zone 5.
show picture Chamaecyparis o. 'Aurea'Hinoki Golden Cypress Bright yellow summer foliage, bronze yellow in winter.
  Chamaecyparis o. 'Crippsii'Crippsii Hinoki Cypress Broad pyramid of rich golden yellow. Zone 5.
show picture Chamaecyparis o. 'Nana Gracilis'Hinoki Dwarf Cypress Thick dark green foliage. Grows slowly to about 6'. Makes a pyramidal bush.
  Cornus floridaWhite Flowering Dogwood Four season native flowering tree. Spring flowers, summer leaves, fall leaf color and fruit, and winter branching habit. Unsurpassed as specimen, patio tree, or in groupings. 25-30'. Zone 5.
  Cornus f. var. rubraPink Flowering Dogwood Brilliant pink flowers with excellent fall color. 20'. Zone 5.
  Cornus kousaClump Kousa Dogwood June blooming specimen tree perfect for the corner of a house. Also great for large buildings and blank walls. 30'. Zone 5.
  Cornus kousaKousa Dogwood Star-shaped flowers Raspberry-like fruit and exfoliating bark. 30'. Zone 5.
  Cornus s. var. baileyiBailey Redtwig Dogwood Winter interest shrub for massing, winter garden, or on banks. White flowers, blue fruit, purple fall color, red stems in winter. 6-9’. Zone 2.
  Euonymus a. 'Compactus'Dwarf Burning Bush Use for hedges, groupings, specimen, or massing. Brilliant red leaves in fall. 10'. Zone 4.
show picture Forsythia x i. 'Lynwood Gold'Lynwood Gold Forsythia Flowering stems appear as yellow wands. Upright growth. 10'.
  Gleditsia t. var inermis 'Skyline'Skyline Locust The ideal street tree with broad spreading upright branches and environmental toughness. 45'. Zone 4.
  Hydrangea quercifoliaOakleaf Hydrangea Great background shrub for natural areas. Fragrant summer flowers and spectacular fall color. 4-6'. Zone 5.
  Ilex x 'Nellie R. Stevens'Nellie R. Stevens Holly Heavy-fruiting, broad pyramidal tree. Fast-growing and vigorous. 15-25'. Zone 6.
  Ilex v. 'Winter Red'Winter Red Winterberry Best Winterberry for persistent fruit. Great shrub for massing and wet soil. Perfect for the winter garden. 9'. Zone 3.
  Liquidambar styracifluaSweetgum Lawn or street tree with beautiful yellow-burgundy fall color. Does well in wet conditions. 60'. Zone 5.
  Magnolia l. 'Jane'Jane Magnolia Upright, multi-trunk, small tree with saucer-like flowers, purple on the outside, white on the inside. 15'. Zone 3.
show picture Magnolia x l. 'Merrill'Dr. Merill Magnolia Heavy-blooming with fragrant white flowers early in spring. Very hardy. Mildew-resistant. 25'. Zone 3.
  Magnolia x soulangianaSaucer Magnolia Specimen tree with nostalgic large flowers in pinkish purple. Smooth silver bark adds winter interest. 20'. Zone 5.
show picture Magnolia s. 'Rosa'Pink Star Magnolia Small specimen or accent tree. Small enough to use in foundation plantings. Early fragrant pink and white flowers. 10'. Zone 4.
  Magnolia virginianaSweetbay Magnolia Fragrant white flowers summer-blooming on small multi-trunk tree. Interesting leaves and bark. Good for wet soil. 15'. Zone 5.
  Malus 'Snowdrift'Snowdrift Crabapple Pink buds open to white flowers on a dense round tree. Vigorous grower. Fair disease resistance. 15'. Zone 4.
  Malus 'Sugar Tyme'Sugar Tyme Crabapple White fragrant flowers and persistent red fruit. Very disease resistant. 18'. Zone 4.
  Oxydendron arboreumSourwood Four season tree extraordinaire. Interesting shape, bark, summer flowers, and fall color. 25'. Zone 5.
  Picea abiesNorway Spruce Large dark green evergreen. Excellent windbreak or screen. Fast growing. 40'+. Zone 3.
show picture Picea a. 'Pendula'Weeping Norway Spruce Specimen plant with stiffly weeping branches. Each one unique. 12'. Zone 3.
  Picea omorikaSerbian Spruce The most beautiful spruce. Blue-green needles with silver undersides on tall narrow pyramid. 50'. Zone 4.
show picture Picea p. 'Fat Albert'Colorado Fat Albert Spruce Dense upright pyramidal form with good blue needle color. Considered semi-dwarf, about 15' high.
show picture Picea p. 'Glauca'Colorado Blue Spruce Dense, regular narrow to broad pyramid with horizontal stiff branches.
show picture Picea p. 'Glauca Globosa'Colorado Blue Globe Spruce Wider than tall compact form of Blue Spruce. Great accent shrub. 3'. Zone 3.
show picture Picea p. 'Montgomery'Montgomery Spruce Dwarf bush forming a broad cone. Needles silver-blue and quite striking.
show picture Picea pungensColorado Spruce Stiff pyramidal evergreen. Color varies from light blue to dark green. 30'+. Zone 2.
  Pinus s. 'Nana'Dwarf White Pine Compact rounded form, slower-growing than species. Good for accent. 5'. Zone 3.
  Pinus s. 'Pendula';Weeping White Pine Long arching branches reach to the ground. Specimen plant. 15'. Zone 3.
  Pinus strobusWhite Pine Excellent specimen, beautiful screen or hedge. Long blue-green needles make a soft, fuzzy appearance. 50'+. Zone 3.
  Platanus x a. 'Bloodgood'London Planetree Terrific exfoliating bark in tan, beige, and light green. Fast-growing tree for almost any condition. 70'+. Zone 5.
  Prunus c. 'Thundercloud'Thundercloud Plum Fragrant pink flowers early spring. Vase-shaped tree with dark purple leaves that don't fade. 20'. Zone 5.
  Prunus l. 'Otto Luykens'Cherry Laurel Compact, wide-spreading broadleaf evergreen for hedges or masses. Heavy bloomer even in dark shade. 3 x 6'. Zone 6.
  Prunus x 'Okame'Okame Cherry Early spring blooming with dark pink flowers. Good fall color. Styer Award winner. 20'. Zone 6.
  Prunus s. 'Kwanzan'Kwanzan Cherry Floriferous double-pink beauty. Upright vase form. 35'. Zone 5.
  Prunus x 'Snow Fountains'Snow Fountains Cherry Bright white flowers in spring. Weeping branches from an upright trunk. Dark red bark. Fall color. 12'. Zone 5.
  Prunus s. 'Pendula'Grafted Weeping Cherry Grafted at 6'. Excellent weeping form covered with pink flowers in April. 25'. Zone 5.
  Prunus x yedoensisYoshino Cherry White flowers in spring. Broad rounded tree. Full sun, but tolerates partial shade. 40'. Zone 5.
  Pseudotsuga menziesiiDouglas Fir Good specimen, grouping or mass. Needs sun, room, and well-drained soils. 40'+. Zone 4.
  Pyrus c. 'Aristocrat'Aristocrat Pear Broad head, strong-branching structure, and wavy leaves distinguish Aristocrat from other pears. 40'. Zone 5.
show picture Pyrus c. 'Chanticleer'Chanticleer Pear Narrow, upright form with good branching structure. Evaluated as one of the best pears available in PA. 35'. Zone 5.
  Quercus acutissimaSawtooth Oak Dark green narrow glossy leaves. Young trees are broadly pyramidal. Bark is deeply ridged. 40'+. Zone 6.
  Quercus bicolorSwamp White Oak Very similar to White Oak but easier to transplant. Large broadly rounded tree. Wet soil tree. 50'. Zone 3.
  Quercus palustrisPin Oak Native tree that grows well in wet soil. Distinctive pyramidal shape when young. Popular street and shade tree. 60'. Zone 4.
  Quercus robur 'Fastigiata'Columnar English Oak Beautifully stately column. Excellent for tight spaces or for a distinctive accent. 50'. Zone 4.
  Quercus rubraRed Oak An oak with decent red fall color. Large broad-headed tree. 50'. Zone 4.
  Rhododendron 'P.J.M.'P.J.M. Rhododendron The standard small rhododendron. Lavender flowers early spring. Bronze leaves fall and winter. 3'+. Zone 4.
  Styrax japonicusJapanese Snowbell Pure white bell-shaped flowers in June. Small rounded tree with dark green foliage. 25'. Zone 5.
  Syringa vulgarisCommon Lilac Old-fashioned favorite, upright, with fragrant violet flowers. 10'. Zone 3.
  Taxodium distichumBaldcypress Deciduous conifer, fast-growing, tolerant of wet and dry soils. 55'. Zone 5.
show picture Taxus b. 'Repandens'English Weeping Yew Graceful specimen conifer for shade. Compact, wide-spreading. 4'. Zone 6.
  Taxus m. 'Densiformis'Spreading Yew Adaptable spreader. Good for foundations, islands, or wherever your imagination leads. 4'. Zone 5.
show picture Taxus m. 'Hicksii'Hick's Upright Yew Upright column great for accent or hedge. Heavy fruiter. 15'. Zone 5.
  Thuja o. 'Emerald'Emerald Green Arborvitae Elegant screen, holds green color all winter. 15'. Zone 2.
show picture Thuja o. 'Globosa'Globe Arborvitae Globe form wider than tall. 6'. Zone 2.
show picture Thuja o. 'Nigra'Dark Green Arborvitae Dark blue-green foliage all year, wider form than Emerald, grows taller. 25'. Zone 2.
  Tilia c. 'Greenspire'Greenspire Linden The standard linden with strong central leader. Symmetrical, pyramidal form. Great street tree. 40'. Zone 4.
  Tsuga canadensisHemlock Large native evergreen with graceful, arching branches. Needs moist, well-drained soil. Will grow in sun or shade. Can be sheared into a hedge. 90'. Zone 3.
  Viburnum c. 'CayugaCayuga Viburnum Very fragrant white flowers in spring. Resistant to leaf diseases. 5'. Zone 4.
  Viburnum dentatumArrowwood Viburnum Upright shrub with white flowers in spring and red fall color. Good for wetlands or wildlife planting. 8'. Zone 3.
  Viburnum p. t. 'Mariesii'Marie's Doublefile Viburnum Stunning lacecap flowers on a large horizontal shrub followed by maroon fall color. 8'. Zone 5.
  Viburnum x r. 'Allegheny'Allegheny Viburnum Dark green semi-evergreen leaves on upright plant. Disease-resistant. 12'. Zone 5.
  Zelkova s. 'Green Vase'Green Vase Zelkova Vase-shaped tall shade or street tree. Produces dappled shade. Tolerant of pollution. 50'. Zone 5.

Container Plants   (Jump to "B&B Plants")

Picture  Botanical NameCommon Name Description 
show picture Abelia x 'Edward Goucher'Edward Goucher Abelia Low, spreading semi-evergreen shrub with lavender-pink flowers May to frost. Sun to part shade. 2.5-3'.
show picture Abelia g. 'Kaleidoscope'Kaleidoscope Abelia Dazzling range of changing colors. New spring growth bright yellow becoming bright harvest colors by fall. Full sun.
show picture Abelia g. 'Little Richard'Little Richard Abelia Dwarf cultivar with dark glossy leaves and abundant white flowers from late spring to summer.
show picture Abelia grandifloraGlossy Abelia Numerous white flowers on semi-evergreen shrub. Use in a mass or face down taller plants. Sun to part shade. 3'.
show picture Acer p. var. d. 'Select Red'Select Red Threadleaf Maple Unparalleded accent or specimen tree with deep red leaf color and weeping branches. Faster growing than many red dissectums. 8-10' at maturity.
show picture Aronia a. 'Brilliantissima'Red Chokeberry Upright native shrub with white flowers in May and red persistant fruit in Sept. Waxy leaves turn brilliant red in fall. Sun. 6'.
show picture Azalea 'Blaauw’s Pink'Blaauw’s Pink Azalea Pink flowers with yellow centers. Upright plant.
show picture Azalea 'Delaware Valley White'Delaware Valley White Azalea White flowers. Low, spreading profile.
show picture Azalea 'Fuchsia'Fuchsia Azalea Reddish-purple flowers, very glossy leaves. Large spreader.
show picture Azalea 'Gilbraltar'Gilbraltar Azalea Spectacular flame-orange flower clusters with ruffled petals.
show picture Azalea 'Gumpo Pink'Gumpo Pink Azalea Pale to light pink flowers June. Very short dwarf.
show picture Azalea 'Gumpo White'Gumpo White Azalea Large white flowers June. Very short dwarf.
show picture Azalea 'Hino-Crimson'Hino-Crimson Azalea The standard red flowered azalea. Spreader.
show picture Azalea 'Poukanensis Compacta'Poukhanensis Compacta Azalea Light lavender flowers Early. Spreader.
show picture Azalea 'Roehr’s Tradition'Roehr’s Tradition Azalea The standard pink azalea. Spreader.
show picture Azalea 'Sherwood Orchid'Sherwood Orchid Azalea Pinkish-lavender flowers. Spreader.
show picture Azalea 'Stweartstonian'Stewartstonian Azalea Brick-red flowers. Large upright.
show picture Azalea 'White Lights'White Lights Azalea Large fragrant flowers open white and turn pale pink. 6'.
show picture Berberis g. 'William Penn'William Penn Barberry Dark green foliage turns beautiful bronze in winter. Bright yellow flowers April-May.
show picture Berberis t. 'Bonanza'Bonanza Barberry Dwarf golden foliaged barberry. Need full sun for maximum expression of color.
show picture Berberis t. 'Concorde'Concorde Barberry Dwarfer version of Crimson Pygmy. Darker, more consistent red-purple foliage. 2'.
show picture Berberis t. 'Crimson Pygmy'Crimson Pygmy Barberry Low, dense, multi-purpose shrub. Deer-resistant. 3'.
show picture Berberis t. 'Gold Pillar'Gold Pillar Barberry Bright gold foliage with red new growth.
show picture Berberis t. 'Rose Glow'Rose Glow Barberry Variegated leaves, new growth pink, later dark red-purple splashed with pink. Arching, upright branches. 5'.
show picture Berberis t. 'Royal Burgundy'Royal Burgundy Barberry Slightly smaller than Crimson Pygmy, but much darker purple. Sun. 30".
  Buddleia d. 'Black Knight'Black Knight Butterfly Bush Large dark purple flowers all summer on fast-growing large shrub. Sun. 8'.
show picture Buddleia x 'Miss Ruby'Miss Ruby Butterfly Bush Rose-red hybrid with beautiful foliage.
show picture Buddleia d. 'Low & Behold'Low & Behold Butterfly Bush Compact spreading dwarf with abundant bluish flowers. 24-30".
  Buddleia d. 'Nanho Blue'Nanho Blue Butterfly Bush Large pale blue flowers all summer on fast-growing large shrub. Sun. 6'.
show picture Buddleia d. 'Nanho Purple'Nanho Purple Butterfly Bush Magenta-purple flowers with an orange eye. Spreading dwarf habit about 5'.
show picture Buddleia d. 'Peacock'Peacock Butterfly Bush Rich, pink blooms with grey-green foliage. Compact habit that won't crowd its neighbors.
  Buddleia d. 'Pink Delight'Pink Delight Butterfly Bush Large pink flowers all summer on fast-growing large shrub. Sun. 6'.
show picture Buddleia d. 'Purple Emperor'Purple Emperor Butterfly Bush Mauve-purple flowers. Compact habit. 5'.
show picture Buddleia d. 'Royal Red'Royal Red Butterfly Bush Long clusters of rich, purple-red flowers in the summer. Fragrance attracts butterflies. Full to partial sun. 6-8'.
show picture Buddleia d. 'White Profusion'White Profusion Butterfly Bush Large white flowers all summer on fast-growing large shrub. Sun. 6'.
show picture Buxus 'Green Gem'Green Gem Boxwood Slow-growing, requires little pruning. Deep green foliage through winter. 3'.
show picture Buxus 'Green Velvet'Green Velvet Boxwood Rich green color throughout winter. Full to part sun.
show picture Buxus m. 'True Spreader'True Spreader Boxwood Compact evergreen shrub with dark green leaves. Winter hardy. Excellent for low hedge or border.
show picture Buxus m. 'Winter Gem'Winter Gem Boxwood Deep velvety green foliage. Stays green in winter.
show picture Buxus s. 'Franklin's Gem'Franklin's Gem Boxwood Broad, attractive, small leaved, evergreen dwarf shrub. Bright green foliage becomes rich olive in winter. 2'.
show picture Buxus s. 'Justin Brouwers'Justin Brouwers Boxwood Sun tolerant, compact mound. Shiny, narrow leaves, forest-green color, dense habit.
show picture Buxus s. 'Suffruticosa'Dwarf English Boxwood Very slow-growing, perfect for low hedges. Sun or part shade. 2', gets larger over long period of time.
show picture Buxus s. 'Variegata'Varigated English Boxwood Small dark green leaves bordered by creamy white varigation. Slow growth. 5-8'.
show picture Callicarpa d. 'Early Amethyst'Early Amethyst Beautyberry Striking lavender berries. Easy to grow hedge or foundation plant. Drought tolerant. Full sun or part shade. 4'.
  Calycanthus floridusCommon Sweetshrub Flowers don't look like much but are famous for their scent. Hide in background of patio or front walk planting or plant at edge of wood. Sun or part shade. 6'.
show picture Cephalotaxus h. 'Duke Gardens'Duke Gardens Plum Yew Deer resistant yew relative that grows 2-3' tall and 3-4' wide. Grows in full sun or full shade.
show picture Chamaecyparis o. 'Filicoides Aurea'Fernspray False Cypress Pyramidal form having gracefully curved limbs holding fern-like green foliage. Adds an interesting Asian look to garden. Excellent in large planters or as an entryway accent. Evergreen. Full sun. 8-10'.
show picture Chamaecyparis o. 'Nana Gracilis'Hinoki Dwarf Cypress Thick dark green foliage. Grows slowly to a height of about 6'.
show picture Chamaecyparis p. 'Filifera Aurea'Goldthread Cypress Drooping mound of yellow threads. Good for accent. Sun.
  Clematis varietiesClematis "The Queen of Vines." Most popular flowering vine. Available in a multitude of colors and forms. Some bloom May-June, some July-Aug, some Aug-Sept. All are spectacular in bloom. Sun or part shade. 6-30' by variety.
  Clethra alnifoliaSummersweet Clethra Spicy fragrant white flowers in summer. Prefers moist soil. Sun or shade. 3-8'.
  Clethra a. 'Hummingbird'Hummingbird Clethra Compact, spreading form. Useful for foundations, patios, etc. Sun or shade. 3'.
  Clethra a. 'Ruby Spice'Ruby Spice Clethra Consistent dark pink flowers. Same fragrance and versatility as other Clethra. 3-6'.
show picture Cornus a. 'Ivory Halo'Ivory Halo Variegated Redtwig Dogwood Compact variety offers attractive red bark in winter and variegated leaves spring and summer. Perfect for smaller areas. Sun or part shade. 5'.
  Cornus sericeaRedtwig Dogwood Large multi-stemmed shrub that tolerates wet soil. Grown for brilliant red bark color in winter. Great for wildlife, screening or massing. Sun or part shade. To 10'.
  Cornus s. 'Flaviramea'Yellowtwig Dogwood Yellow twigs in winter. Sun or part shade. 8'.
  Cotoneaster apiculatusCranberry Cotoneaster Low spreading plant. White flowers spring followed by large red fruit in fall. Sun. 3'.
show picture Cotoneaster d. 'Lowfast'Lowfast Cotoneaster Shorter growing, but just as wide-spreading as apiculata. Semi-evergreen. Sun. 12".
  Cotoneaster x praecoxCreeping Cotoneaster Mid-height cotoneaster with superior red fall color. Sun. 30".
  Cotoneaster s. 'Scarlet Leader'Scarlet Leader Cotoneaster Evergreen with red new growth. Prostrate. Sun. 12".
show picture Cryptomeria j. 'Yoshino'Yoshino Cryptomeria Fast-growing narrow evergreen. Bright green needles turn bronze in winter. 50'.
show picture x Cupressocyparis leylandiiLeyland Cypress Narrow, fast-growing conifer. Needles light-green in feathery sprays. 75'.
show picture Cytisus s. 'Moonlight'Moonlight Scotch Broom Glowing cream-white flowers. Nodding growth habit. 5-6'.
  Deutzia g. 'Nikko'Nikko Deutzia Very low growing shrub with beautiful white bell-shaped flowers May-June. Great fall color. Sun or part shade. 2'.
show picture Erica d. 'Mediterranean Pink'Mediterranean Pink Heath Prostrate evergreen shrub with small pink flowers late winter-spring. Sun. 12".
show picture Erica d. 'Mediterranean White'Mediterranean White Heath Prostrate evergreen shrub with small white flowers late winter-spring. Sun. 12".
  Euonymus a. 'Compactus'Burning Bush Versatile shrub for borders, hedges, screens. Long-lasting terrific red fall color. Sun or shade, best color in sun. 6-10'.
show picture Euonymus f. 'Emerald Gaiety'Emerald Gaiety Euonymus Low-growing evergreen with white-edged leaves. Will climb with support. Full sun.
show picture Euonymus f. 'Moonshadow'Moonshadow Euonymus Prostrate shrub with yellow-centered evergreen leaves. Full sun.
show picture Euonymus j. 'Aureo-Marginata'Golden Euonymus Upright evergreen shrub with gold-edged leaves. Full sun. 8'.
show picture Euonymus j. 'Aureo-Variegata'Gold Spot Euonymus Evergreen leaves have gold centers. Upright. Full sun. 8'.
show picture Euonymus j. 'Chollipo'Chollipo Euonymus Rapid growth for privacy screen hedge. Leaves are dark green in center with cream colored edging. Full sun. 12'.
show picture Euonymus j. 'Green Spire'Green Spire Euonymus Makes a great clipped hedge with minimal care. Full to partial sun. 6-8'.
show picture Euonymus j. 'Silver King'Silver King Euonymus Upright shrub with white-edged glossy evergreen leaves. Full sun. 8'.
show picture Euonymus k. 'Manhattan'Manhattan Euonymus Glossy dark green leaves cover this rounded evergreen shrub. Sun or shade. 6'.
show picture Ferns-MixedMixed Ferns We carry a broad selection of ferns for many landscape situations. Depending on the season, the following varieties are available: Autumn, Christmas, Holly, Japanese Painted, Lady, Ostrich, and Tassel. Other varieties are sometimes available. Call for current availability.
show picture Fothergilla g. 'Mt. Airy'Mt. Airy Fothergilla White flowers in spring, Dark green in summer, Yellow and orange in fall. Part shade. 6'.
show picture Forsythia x i. 'Lynwood Gold'Lynwood Gold Forsythia Bright yellow flowers cover large multi-stemmed shrub. Good for borders, screening, informal hedge. Sun. 8-10'.
show picture Grass-Calamagrostis a. 'Karl Foerster'Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass Tall feathery plumes on upright plant. Early bloomer. Sun. 5-6'.
show picture Grass-Festuca o. 'Elijah Blue'Elijah Blue Fescue Steely-blue massing or edging grass. Sun. 10".
show picture Grass-Miscanthus s. 'Adagio'Adagio Maiden Grass Dwarf form that produces pink plumes in fall. Sun. 3'.
show picture Grass-Miscanthus s. 'Gracillimus'Maiden Grass Tall, upright grass with large pinkish plumes in Sept. 6'.
show picture Grass-Miscanthus s. 'Morning Light'Morning Light Maiden Grass White margins on leaf blades produce a bright accent. Sun. 5'.
show picture Grass-Miscanthus s. 'Strictus'Porcupine Grass Tall, stiff grass with yellow bands on a green background. Sun. 6'.
show picture Grass-Miscanthus s. 'Variegatus'Variegated Maiden Grass Leaf blades are almost totally white. Coppery plumes in Sept. Sun. 5'.
show picture Grass-Muchlenbergia capillarisPink Muhly Grass Drought-tolerant native grass. Three-foot blue-green foliage, spectacular pink cotton candy plumes in fall.
show picture Grass-Panicum v. 'Heavy Metal'Heavy Metal Switch Grass Metallic blue, stiff, upright leaves. Sun. 4-5'.Grass-Pennisetum alopecuroides
show picture Fountain GrassFountain Grass Long, narrow green leaves arch over creating an attractive fountain effect. Fantastic contrast to upright shrubs or grasses. Great near water. Bottlebrush plumes Sept. Sun. 3'.
show picture Grass-Pennisetum a. 'Hameln'Hameln Dwarf Fountain Grass Compact fountain of arching leaves and bottlebrush plumes. Sun. 2'.
  Grass-Pennisetum a. 'Little Bunny'Little Bunny Dwarf Fountain Grass Very dwarf form of fountain grass. Sun. 10".
  Grass-Pennisetum a. 'Moudry'Moudry Dwarf Fountain Grass Distinctive black bottlebrush flowers. Sept. Sun. 2'.
show picture Grass-Pennistetum o. 'Karley Rose'Karley Rose Fountain Grass Drought tolerant. Deep pink plumes early summer to fall. Sun or part sun.
  Ground Cover-Hedera helixEnglish Ivy Best cover for difficult or really large areas. Sun or shade. 6".
show picture Ground Cover-Pachysandra terminalisPachysandra Standard ground cover for shade. Part shade or shade. 8".
  Ground Cover-Vinca minorPeriwinkle, Ground Myrtle Reliable shade cover with excellent pale blue flowers in spring. Part shade or shade. 4".
  Hibiscus s. 'Diana'Diana Rose of Sharon Very large white flowers all summer. Upright grower with waxy green leaves. Sun. 8-12'.
show picture Hydrangea a. 'Annabelle'Annabelle Hydrangea Fast-growing rounded shrub. Large white mophead flowers July-Aug. Sun or part shade. 3-5'.
show picture Hydrangea a. 'Invincibelle Spirit'Invincibelle Spirit Hydrangea Pink flowered mophead. Flowers from early summer to frost.
  Hydrangea a. petiolarisClimbing Hydrangea Wyman called “the best vine”, Dirr agrees. Sun or shade. 30'.
  Hydrangea m. 'All Summer Beauty';All Summer Beauty Hydrangea Compact rounded shrub with rich blue mophead flowers July-Aug. Sun or part shade. 3'.
show picture Hydrangea m. 'Bits of Lace'Bits of Lace Hydrangea Delicate lacecap with large, pink flowers.
show picture Hydrangea m. 'Endless Summer'Endless Summer Hydrangea Blooms blue in acidic soil, pink in alkaline soil. Will re-bloom during the season.
  Hydrangea m. 'Glowing Embers'Glowing Embers Hydrangea Red to pink mophead flowers in summer. Very dependable bloomer. Wholesale yard favorite.
show picture Hydrangea m. 'Mystical Emerald'Mystical Emerald Hydrangea Blooms in the spring with soft-pink flowers.
  Hydrangea m. 'Nikko Blue'Nikko Blue Hydrangea Free blooming blue mophead July-Aug. Sun or part shade. 4'.
show picture Hydrangea m. 'Twist & Shout'Twist & Shout Hydrangea Cold hardy, repeat blooming hydrangea. Blooms blue in acidic soil, pink in alkaline soil.
show picture Hydrangea p. 'Quickfire'Quickfire Hydrangea White blooms late May-early June that turn to rich, deep pink. 6-8'.
  Hydrangea p. 'Tardiva'Tardiva Hydrangea Improved form of PG Hydrangea. Later bloomer. Sun. 6-8'.
  Hydrangea quercifoliaOakleaf Hydrangea Large rounded shrub with creamy white pyramidal flowers in June. Clothed in oak-shaped leaves that turn dark Burgundy in fall. Sun or part shade. 10'.
  Hypericum p. 'Hidcote'Hidcote St. Johnswort Large golden yellow flowers are held above blue-green foliage. Sun. 3'.
show picture Ilex x a. 'Dragon Lady'Dragon Lady Holly Very narrow upright, good for tight spaces. Prickly dark green leaves, red fruit. Sun or part shade. 16' x 3'.
show picture Ilex c. 'Bennett’s Compact'Bennett’s Compact Holly Great hedging plant. Dark evergreen leaves, dense habit. Sun or shade. 3-4'.
show picture Ilex c. 'Green Lustre'Green Lustre Holly Glossy dark green leaves and very dense habit make Green Lustre a good substitute for boxwood. Sun or shade. 3'.
show picture Ilex c. 'Helleri';Helleri Holly Low growing, spreading form. Great for massing or grouping. Sun or shade. 3'.
show picture Ilex c. 'Hoogendorn'Hoogendorn Holly Low-growing, compact evergreen shrub with dark green foliage and dense habit. Excellent choice for borders, low hedge, or in mass plantings. Impressive cold hardiness. Full sun. 2'
show picture Ilex c. 'Sky Pencil'Sky Pencil Holly Slow growing in columnar form. Glossy green foliage year-round. Sun. 6-8'.
show picture Ilex c. 'Soft Touch'Soft Touch Holly Pleasing soft texture. Small compact globe form with dark green foliage.
show picture Ilex c. 'Steeds';Steeds Holly Pyramidal upright holly of very formal appearance.
show picture Ilex g. 'Shamrock';Shamrock Inkberry Versatile upright evergreen that tolerates wet soil. Great for hedges, foundations, etc. Sun or part shade. 3-4'.
show picture Ilex m. 'Blue Maid'Blue Maid Holly Blue leaved evergreen with abundant red fruit in Fall and Winter. Sun or part shade. 5'.
show picture Ilex m. 'Blue Prince'Blue Prince Holly Male form. Good pollinator. Sun or part shade. 5'.
show picture Ilex m. 'Blue Princess'Blue Princess Holly Award-winning blue holly. Small, spiny blue leaves and abundant red fruit. Sun or part shade. 5'.
show picture Ilex m. 'China Boy'China Boy Holly Good pollinator. Lustrous bright green leaves. Makes a good foundation plant. Sun or part shade. 5'.
show picture Ilex m. 'China Girl'China Girl Holly Toughest holly grown. Bright green leaves and plentiful red fruit. Sun or part shade. 4'.
show picture Ilex x 'Nellie R. Stevens'Nellie Stevens Holly Large shrub or small pyramidal tree. Dark green leaves and red fruit. Sun or part shade. 15-25'.
show picture Ilex v. 'Red Sprite'Red Sprite Winterberry Cary Award winner with outstanding fruit set. Smaller form than other winterberry varieties. Sun or part shade. 3'.
  Ilex v. 'Winter Red'Winter Red Winterberry Deciduous holly with an amazing winter display of large red fruit. Sun or part shade. 8'.
show picture Itea v. 'Henry’s Garnet'Henry’s Garnet Sweetspire Fragrant white flowers in spring and fantastic red foliage in fall. Sun or part shade. 4'.
show picture Itea v. 'Little Henry'Little Henry Sweetspire Like Henry’s Garnet but more compact. Same beautiful flowers, same fantastic fall color. Sun or shade. 2 1/2'.
show picture Juniperus c. 'Blue Pacific'Blue Pacific Juniper Blue-green ground cover. Sun. 4".
show picture Juniperus c. 'Gold Coast'Gold Coast Juniper Golden color on lacy foliage. Compact evergreen is an excellent choice as a colorful accent. Color remains and depens in winter. Full sun. 3'.
show picture Juniperus c. 'Gold Lace'Gold Lace Juniper Improved golder foliage. Wide-spreading shrub. Sun. 4'.
show picture Juniperus c. 'Sargentii'Sargent Juniper Low-spreading plant with mist-green foliage. Sun. 12-16".
show picture Juniperus c. 'Sea Green'Sea Green Juniper Feathery bright green foliage on wide-spreading plant. Sun. 4-6'.
show picture Juniperus d. 'Parsonii'Parsonii Juniper Dark blue-green stiff-branched low spreader. Sun. 24"
show picture Juniperus h. 'Blue Chip'Blue Chip Juniper Blue ground-hugging ground cover. Sun. 8-10".
show picture Juniperus h. 'Wiltoni'Blue Rug Juniper Prostrate silver-blue juniper. Sun. 4-6".
show picture Juniperus p. 'Nana'Japanese Garden Juniper Medium green low-spreading juniper that ages gracefully. Sun. 12".
show picture Juniperus s. 'Blue Star'Blue Star Juniper And now for something completely different…A slow-growing low mounding juniper. Suitable for accent, rock gardens or grouping. Rich blue foliage. Sun. 3'.
show picture Topiary-Pom Pom-Juniperus c. 'Hetzii Glauca'Hetzii Juniper Pom Pom Light blue foliage.
show picture Topiary-Pom Pom-Juniperus c. 'Mint Julep'Mint Julep Juniper Pom Pom Bright green needles.
show picture Topiary-Spiral-Juniperus c. 'Hetzi Columnaris'Hetzi Juniper Spiral Blue-green spring foliage.
  Topiary-Spiral-Juniperus c. 'Spartan'Spartan Juniper Spiral Deep green foliage.
  Kalmia l. 'Elf'Elf Mountain Laurel Dwarf broadleaf evergreen. Standard size flowers, pink buds open white May, June. Sun or shade. 3-5'.
  Lagerstroemia i. 'Natchez'Natchez Crapemyrtle Pure white flowers in summer on large shrub. Cinnamon-brown bark exfoliates on older stems. Beautiful as specimen or in groupings in a sheltered location. Full sun. 15'.
show picture Lagerstroemia i. 'Tuscarora'Tuscarora Crapemyrtle Coral-pink flowers through summer. Orange-red foliage in fall. Full sun. 15'.
show picture Leucothoe axillarisCoast Leucothoe Low spreading evergreen with glossy leaves that turn coppery-red in winter. Sun or shade. 3'.
  Ligustrum ovalifoliumCalifornia Privet Tall, upright shrub with persistent foliage and fragrant flowers Jun-Jul. The traditional hedge plant also useful for screening or in groups. Part shade or sun. 15'.
  Mahonia bealeiLeatherleaf Mahonia Broadleaf evergreen shrub with spiny blue-green leaves, fragrant yellow flowers, and beautiful blue fruit. Good for foundations, groupings, or specimen. Shade to part shade. 6'.
show picture Microbiota decussataSiberian Carpet Hardy spreading evergreen with feathery green foliage that turns purple in winter. Sun or shade. 12".
  Miscanthus-see Grass
  Myrica pensylvanicaNorthern Bayberry Large shrub with fragrant olive-green leaves and gray fruit. Sun. 8'.
show picture Nandina domesticaHeavenly Bamboo Tropical-looking leaves that turn brilliant red in fall and winter. Red fruit clusters. Sun. 8'.
show picture Nandina d. 'Firepower'Heavenly Firepower Bamboo Winter color fluorescent glowing red. 2'.
show picture Nandina d. 'Gulf Stream'Heavenly Gulf Stream Bamboo Dwarf symmetrical habit. Spring flush is bronze color. Fall bursts with orange to red color.
show picture Nandina d. 'Harbour Dwarf'Heavenly Harbour Dwarf Bamboo Forms a dense mound 2-3' high. Reddish-purple tinge in winter.
show picture Perennial-Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns'Happy Returns Daylily Pale yellow repeat bloomer. Blooms May to frost. Sun or part shade. 24".
show picture Perennial--Hemerocallis 'Stella d'Oro'Stella d'Oro Daylily Golden yellow blooms from June to frost. Most reliable of repeat bloomers. Sun or part shade. 10'.
show picture Perennial-Hosta 'Francee'Francee Hosta Dark green leaves edged with white. Grows into a large plant. Part shade or shade. 18".
  Perennial--Hosta 'Frances Williams'Frances Williams Hosta Gold-splashed blue-green leaves. Part shade or shade. 24".
show picture Perennial-Hosta 'Krossa Regal'Krossa Regal Hosta Pale blue leaves on arching stems. More upright than other hostas. Part shade or shade. 3'.
show picture Perennial-Liriope m. 'Big Blue'Big Blue Liriope Amazingly versatile evergreen perennial with grass-like foliage, pale violet flowers in fall. Part shade to shade. 12".
show picture Perennial-Liriope m. 'Variegata'Variegated Liriope Pale yellow to cream stripes on grass-like foliage will bring light to any dark corner. Will tolerate more sun than green varieties. Sun to shade. 12".
  Perennial-Liriope s. 'Silver Dragon'Silver Dragon Liriope Almost white varigation dominates the narrow leaves of this bright new cultivar. Spreads more rapidly than other varieties. Sun to shade. 12".
  Perennial-Mixed We carry a large selection of perennials for any situation. Varieties available depending on season include from among: Achillea, Aquilegeia, Artemesia, Aster, Astilbe, Campanula, Coreopsis, Dianthus, Dicentra, Digitalis, Echinacea, Gaillardias, Geranium, Heuchera, Iberis, Iris, Lamium, Lavandula, Leucanthemum, Liatris, Monarda, Perovskia, Phlox, Rudbeckia, Salvia, Scabiosa, Sedum, Stachys, Stokesia, and Veronica. Call for current availability.
show picture Photinia x faseriPhotinia Evergreen branched shrub with bronzed-red new growth. Sun. 8-12'.
  Picea a. 'Nidiformis'Bird’s Nest Spruce Dark green spreading evergreen. Easy to maintain. Sun. 3'.
show picture Picea g. 'Conica'Dwarf Alberta Spruce Formal pyramidal dwarf that grows very slowly, making it perfect for foundations, rock gardens or as a specimen. Sun. 20'.
show picture Picea p. 'Glauca Globosa'Colorado Blue Globe Spruce Wider than tall compact form of Blue Spruce. Great accent shrub. 3'. Zone 3.
show picture Pieris j. 'Compacta'Dwarf Japanese Pieris Slow-growing dense evergreen shrub with reddish new growth and very early white flowers. Part shade or shade. 4'.
show picture Pieris j. 'Dorothy Wykoff'Dorothy Wykoff Pieris Red flower buds held all winter, open pink in early spring. New growth distinctly red. Part shade or shade. 6'.
show picture Pieris j. 'Mountain Fire'Mountain Fire Pieris New growth fire-red; exceptional; flowers white.
show picture Pieris j. 'Scarlet O‘Hara'Scarlet O'Hara Pieris White-flowered from with tall slender habit. Attractive red new growth; hardy.
show picture Pinus mugoMugo Pine Tough semi-dwarf evergreen. Sun. 6'.
show picture Pinus d. 'Tanyosho Compacta'Tanyosho Pine on std Shrub-like evergreen with flat-topped head on standard. Red-brown bark with bright green needles. Full sun.
  Potentilla f. 'Goldfinger'Goldfinger Potentilla Large yellow flowers heavily produced all summer. Rounded habit. Sun. 3'.
show picture Prunus x cistenaPurpleleaf Sand Cherry Hardy, tough, purple-leaf shrub for screening, accent. Sun. 7-10'.
show picture Prunus l. 'Otto Luykens'Otto Luykens Cherrylaurel Wide-spreading evergreen flowering shrub. Very versatile for foundations, grouping or low screening. Sun or shade. 3-4'.
show picture Prunus l. 'Schipkaensis'Schipkaensis Cherrylaurel Dark green, narrow-leaved. Wide-spreading plant. 4-5'.
show picture Pyracantha c. 'Mohave'Mohave Firethorn Huge masses of bright orange-red berries. A spectacle of fall color. Fast grower.
show picture Pyracantha c. 'Mohave' EspalierEspalier Mohave Firethorn Huge masses of bright orange-red berries. Dark green foliage.
show picture Rhododendron c. 'Anah Kruschke'Ahan Kruschke Rhododendron Dense plant, glossy foliage, deep purple flowers form a tight truss.
show picture Rhododendron c. 'Boursault'Boursalut Rhododendron Lavender flowers in a rounded truss, good sturdy habit. 5'.
  Rhododendron c. 'Chionoides'Chionoides Rhododendron Compact white-flowering shrub. Good for foundations or anywhere other Rhodies would grow too tall. Part shade. 4'.
show picture Rhododendron c. 'Cunningham's White'Cunningham's White Rhododendron Snowy white flowers open from pink buds. Flowers beautiful contrast to dark green leaves. Part sun. 4'.
show picture Rhododendron c. 'English Roseum'English Roseum Rhododendron Light rose, vigorous yet compact, upright plant, large foliage, good growing habit, heat tolerant.
  Rhododendron c. 'Nova Zembla';Nova Zembla Rhododendron Very hardy red-blooming plant. Upright form with narrow dark green leaves. Heat tolerant. Part shade or sun. 12'.
show picture Rhododendron c. 'Roseum Elegans'Roseum Elegans Rhododendron The iron-clad Rhody. Heat and cold tolerant. Large rounded shrub with lavender flowers May. Sun or shade. 12'.
show picture Rhododendron 'Olga'Olga Rhododendron Pink form of P.J.M. Glossy leaves turn red in fall. Sun or shade. 6'.
show picture Rhododendron 'P.J.M.'P.J.M. Rhododendron Dwarf Rhody with small scented leaves which turn burgundy in winter. Sun or shade. 6'.
show picture Rhododendron 'P.J.M.' EliteP.J.M. Elite Rhododendron Vigorous selection of P.J.M. Grows taller with slightly pinker flowers. Sun or shade.
show picture Rhododendron 'P.J.M.' RegalP.J.M. Regal Rhododendron Vigorous, wider spreading selection of P.J.M. Sun or shade.
show picture Rhododendron 'Purple Gem'Purple Gem Rhododendron Purple-blue flowers. Partial sun. 2'.
show picture Rhododendron 'Yaku Princess'Yaku Princess Rhododendron White flowers with pink highlights.
show picture show picture Rosa varieties - Roses We carry a selection of the toughest climbers and shrub roses. Climbers can be used like vines, as a vertical accent on fences, trellises, or espaliered on a wall. Shrub roses are tough, versatile small shrubs that bloom like crazy with little maintenance. Smallest varieties 18", largest 5'. Sun.
show picture Sambucus c. 'Black Beauty'Black Beauty Elderberry Massive pink flowers in summer contrast wonderfully with the foliage.
show picture Spiraea x b. 'Anthony Waterer'Anthony Waterer Spirea Small rounded shrub with rose-colored flowers nearly all summer. Sun. 3'.
show picture Spiraea x b. 'Goldflame'Goldflame Spirea Gold foliage fades to green. Deep pink flowers. Compact habit. Sun. 2-3'.
show picture Spirea x b. 'Magic Carpet'Magic Carpet Spirea Dwarf shrub with orange-red young shoots. Deep pink-purple long-lasting flowers. Sun. 18".
  Spiraea j. 'Golden Princess'Golden Princess Spirea Bright yellow foliaged shrub vwith red highlights in spring and fall. Pink flowers in early summer Sun. 3'.
show picture Spiraea j. 'Goldmound'Goldmound Spirea Bright gold foliage, pink flowers, and a low mounding form.
show picture Spirea j. 'Lemon Princess'Lemon Princess Spirea Yellow foliage with pink flowers. 2'.
show picture Spiraea j. 'Little Princess'Little Princess Spirea Soft pink flowers all summer. Compact habit. Sun. 2'.
show picture Spiraea j. 'Neon Flash'Neon Flash Spirea Rich red flowers. New growth is tinted purple turning to green. Full sun.
show picture Spiraea j. 'Shirobana'Shirobana Spirea Flowers open rose, fade to pink, then white. Usually all 3 colors present on the shrub at once. Very unusual, very attractive. Sun. 2-3'.
show picture Spiraea n. 'Snowmound'Snowmound Spirea An improved old-fashioned spirea with more compact habit and neater appearance. White flowers May, June. Blue-green foliage. Sun. 4-6'.
show picture Syringa x 'Boomerang'Boomerang Lilac Blooms in spring then again throughout the summer. Fragrant purple flowers.
show picture Syringa p. 'Miss Kim'Miss Kim Lilac Fragrant lavender flowers May on a compact spreading shrub. Sun. 3-5'.
show picture Thuja o. 'Hetz Midget'Hetz Midget Arborvitae Very dwarf globe form with very dense medium green foliage. Sun. 3' after many years.
show picture Thuja o. 'Little Giant'Little Giant Arborvitae Slow-growing, globe-shaped. Small form with rich green foliage. 2'.
show picture Thuja o. 'Rheingold'Rheingold Arborvitae Dwarf gold arb. - but leave room for it to grow. Accent grouping. Sun. 4-5'
show picture Vaccinium c. 'Jersey'Jersey Blueberry An old favorite; widely grown. Upright, productive bush. Large, light-blue berries.
show picture Vaccinium c. 'Northblue'Northblue Blueberry Large fruit with high yield. Exceptionally sweet sky-blue blueberries. Full sun.
show picture Viburnum b. 'Mohawk'Mohawk Viburnum Rugged cultivar with year-round interest. Fragrant red and yellow fall clusters. Glossy green foliage. Part to full sun.
  Viburnum d. 'Chicago Lustre'Chicago Lustre Arrowhead Viburnum Glossy green foliage in season and purple-red fall color make this an improved form of Arrowwood. Sun to shade. 10'.
  Viburnum DentatumArrowwood Viburnum Upright shrub with white flowers in spring and red fall color. Good for wetlands or wildlife planting 8'. Zone 3.
show picture Viburnum n. 'Winterthur'Winterthur Viburnum Waxy green leaves with red to burgundy fall color. White flowers in spring, red & blue fruit ripen to black in Sept. Sun to part shade. 6’.
show picture Viburnum x burkwoodiiBurkwood Viburnum White fragrant flowers. Excellent choice for the shrub border. 8-10'
  Viburnum x PragensePrague Viburnum Narrow-leaved evergreen shrub with fragrant white flowers in spring. Grows very fast - should be pruned to keep it dense. Good for screening, accent, or groups. Sun to part shade. 10'.
show picture Viburnum p.t. 'Mariesii'Marie's Doublefile Viburnum Stunning lacecap flowers on a large horizontal shrub followed by maroon fall color. 8'. Zone 5.
show picture Viburnum p.t. 'Shoshoni'Shoshoni Viburnum White flowers. Dark green leaves turn dull purplish red in fall.
show picture Viburnum p.t. 'Summer Snowflake'Summer Snowflake Viburnum Tall-growing, narrow with smaller leaves, flowers, and fruits.
  Viburnum x r. 'Allegheny'Allegheny Viburnum Dark green semi-evergreen leaves on upright plant. Disease resistant. 12'. Zone 5.
  Vinca-see Ground Cover
show picture Weigela f. 'Alexandra'Wine and Roses Weigela Wine-colored leaves and light rose colored flowers on a rounded shrub suitable for borders, groupings or accent. Sun for best color. 4'.
show picture Wisteria f. 'Amethyst Falls'Amethyst Falls Wisteria Stout vine, climbing by twining stems developing twisted woody trunks requiring considerable support.
show picture Yucca f. 'Bright Edge'Bright Edge Yucca Sword-like foliage. Green leaves with golden-yellow edges. Extremely hardy, drought tolerant. Evergreen. Full sun.
show picture Yucca f. 'Color Guard'Color Guard Yucca Low maintenance with arching sword-shaped leaves. Yellow-striped foliage. Evergreen. Full sun.
show picture Yucca f. 'Golden Sword'Golden Sword Yucca Sword-like green leaves with yellow centers. Ivory white blooms. Evergreen. Full sun.