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  • Arborvitae, Emerald Green
    A narrow, pyramidal evergreen with dense, emerald green foliage that holds its color throughout winter. Thrives in the heat and humidity of the south, and...
  • Arborvitae, Fire Chief
    A nearly perfectly globe-shaped shrub with fine, bright golden spring foliage and fantastic deep red fall color. This sport of the popular Rheingold has deeper...
  • 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...
  • Small evergreen shrub has dense, globe shaped growth habit. Rich green needles are arranged in flat layered sprays. Its low, compact form make this a...
  • A naturally rounded dwarf shrub with dense evergreen foliage. The lacy, rich green foliage has excellent year-round color retention. Useful as a low hedge and...
  • Early midseason bloomer. Very hardy, compact, slow growing, low & spreading. Large clear orchid flowers with a darker blotch bloom in May. Orange-yellow fall foliage color. Plant...
  • Its magenta-plum colored flowers are the darkest in the series. It has subtle color spots in the throat so it has an overall purple hue....
  • Azalea, Stewartstonian
    Early midseason bloomer. Very hardy, compact, slow growing, low & spreading. Large bright red flowers in May. Wine-red fall & winter foliage color. Plant in part shade.
  • 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...
  • Bald Cypress
    A deciduous conifer which has proven to be widely adaptable to city conditions, it will grow in standing water or in well drained soils.
  • Beautyberry, Purple Pride
    An outstanding Japanese selection with lilac-violet berries. Issai means fruiting at a young age. Reaches a height of 3-5 feet. Pruning makes 'Purple Pride' even...
  • Dark purple leaves with dissected margins clothe the compact, columnar form. Narrow form and slow growth makes it ideal for smaller residential landscapes while also...