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  • Arborvitae, Green Giant
    One of the finest evergreens for use as screening or a windbreak, this upright conifer is versatile, strong-rooted and virtually disease-free. Its uniform shape seldom...
  • Bald Cypress
    The freshest, softest, brightest green foliage that we have seen in a bald cypress gives this tree and inviting appearance and the appeal of a...
  • A beautiful, multi-branched tree prized for its highly textural, colorful, peeling bark. An exceptional silhouette for night lighting. Provides striking winter interest. This versatile, highly...
  • Birch, River
    Attractive buff-colored peeling bark is a wonderful backdrop for yellow fall color. An impressive specimen commonly grown as a clump of several trunks. Tolerates moist...
  • Birch, River
    A more heat and drought tolerant form of this species, with superior insect and disease resistance. Densely pyramidal form with glossy green leaves that fade...
  • A green and white variegated small tree or large shrub. The dazzling leaves are entertaining in summer, and the exfoliating cream to peach colored bark...
  • Stunning white bark looks beautiful with the golden yellow fall color on this mid sized tree. Selected by Dr. Edward R. Hasselkus from the collections...
  • Large deciduous tree. It has a relaxed pyramidal habit and a strong central leader. Broad, glossy, dark green leaves with a white trunk.
  • Boxwood, Green Mountain
    A fine compact, dense, slow growing, evergreen Boxwood that reaches 5 feet tall by 4 feet wide. Bright green summer color softens to a golden...
  • Upwardly-curved, deep green needles reveal a contrasting bright silver-white underside. Produces an abundance of large showy cones held upright along the branches. Grows slowly, developing...
  • The White Fir is a spectacular large conifer especially suited for colder parts of the country. It is hardy to minus 40 degrees, and loves...
  • Holly, Dragon Lady
    An evergreen with dark green glossy foliage that remains attractive year round. Has scarlet berries in fall and winter. Requires male for pollination and berry...
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