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Lilacs
LILAC BLOOMERANG
Enjoy classic lilac fragrance for months instead of weeks! A revolutionary new kind of lilac, Bloomerang blooms in spring and then again throughout the summer. It does go through a rest period in the heat of the summer, then flowers. While traditional lilac varieties bloom for a few short weeks in spring, Bloomerang's fragrant flowers continue until frost.
HT: 4-5’ SPREAD: 5-6’ ZONES: Full Sun/ Part Shade LIGHT: 3-7 FEATURES: Good for Cutting, Deer Resistant, Re-bloomer.
LILAC BLOOMERANG
CHARLES JOLY
Syringa vulgaris ‘Charles Joly’—This French hybrid lilac has an abundance of purple buds that open into double, fragrant, magenta flowers that are excellent as cut flowers. Strong, long lasting shrub with an upright shape. Does best in well drained soil.
HT: 10-12’ SPREAD: 8-10’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Magenta flowers, hardy, excellent cut flowers.
Charles Joly
COMMON
Syringa vulgaris—Single, extremely fragrant purple flowers bloom in May. This hardy upright, vase shaped shrub with blue-green foliage is perfect for hedges or screens. This lilac was brought by the earliest settlers from Europe.
HT: 12-15’ SPREAD: 8-12’ ZONES: 2-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Hardiest lilac, excellent for hedges and screens.
Common Lilac
LILAC Declaration NEW
This lovely lilac was selected for its large, up to 15", dark reddish-purple blossoms. The fragrant flowers bloom in early spring. Excellent specimen or background plant. May also be used as an informal hedge screen. A nice cut flower for a fragrant bouquet.
HT: 6-8' SPREAD: 6-7' ZONE 4-7 LIGHT: FULL SUN FEATURES: Fragrant, large blooms, cut flower
LILAC Declaration
DWARF KOREAN
Syringa meyeri ‘Palibin’—An unusually dwarf, low spreading variety of lilac with reddish-purple buds opening to single pale-lilac flowers with small, clean, dark green foliage. This ornamental shrub blooms profusely with fragrant flowers at an early age.
HT: 4-5’ SPREAD: 5-7’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Blooms at an earlier age, dwarf variety.
Dwarf Korean Lilac
POCAHONTAS
Syringa x hyacinthiflora ‘Pocahontas’—A profuse blooming hybrid lilac with deep maroon-purple buds opening to single deep-violet fragrant flowers in spring prior to French Hybrid lilacs. An extremely vigorous hardy plant with attractive clean foliage.
HT: 10-12’ SPREAD: 10-12’ ZONES: 2-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Profuse blooms, early bloomer, very hardy, Deep-violet blooms.
Pocahontas Lilac
LEMOIME
Syringa vulgaris ‘Mme. Lemoine’ – Bears intensly fragrant double white flowers. Transplants easily.
HT: 8-10’ SPREAD: 10’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun.
LEMOIME
PRESIDENT GREVY
Syringa vulgaris ‘ President Grevy’- This vigourous upright grower produces large panicles of starry, double lilac-blue florets. Hardy, mid season bloomer.
HT: 10-12’ SPREAD: 8’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun
PRESIDENT GREVY
SENSATION Syringa vulgaris ‘ Sensation’ – An outstanding and unique lilac. Dramatic, bicolor blooms of purple elegantly lined in white cover this Lilac in early to mid-spring, filling the air with their sweet scent. Adds distinctive flair to cut flowers bouquets. HT: 8-10’ SPREAD: 8-12’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun.
SENSATION Lilac
LILAC TREE FORM SNOWDANCE
Syringa reticulate ‘Bailnce’— Flowers well annually and begins flowering at an earlier age than the species. Large, fragrant panicles of creamy white bloom in June. This sterile variety produces no untidy, brown seed heads. Lustrous, dark green foliage is slightly larger and darker than the species. Graceful, vase-shaped habit with attractive, shelved branching. A peat and disease free lilac tree for residential and park use. HT: 18’ SPREAD: 20’
LILAC TREE FORM SNOWDANCE
Evergreen Shrubs
ARBORVITAE WOODWARD GLOBE
Rich green. Retains its globe shape without trimming. Good in full sun or light shade.
HT: 3-5’ SPREAD: 3-5’ ZONES: 3-8 LIGHT: Full Sun/Partial shade FEATURES: Rich Green Foliage
ARBORVITAE WOODWARD GLOBE
RUSSIAN CYPRESS
Microbiota decussata—A dwarf, densely branched evergreen with low spreading form and foliage that resembles Arborvitae. Bright green summer color turning bronze in winter. Grows in both full sun and full shade. Hardy to –40 degrees F.
HT: 12” SPREAD: 3-4’ ZONES: 2-6 LIGHT: Full Sun to Full Shade FEATURES: Extremely hardy, can be grown in full shade
RUSSIAN CYPRESS
JUNIPER BLUE CHIP
Juniperus horizontalis ‘Blue Chip’— A prostrate Juniper that maintains an outstanding blue color all season. Best in sun or light shade. Compact growth habit that needs little shearing.
HT: 8-10” SPREAD: 3-5’ ZONES: 3-8 LIGHT: Full Sun
JUNIPER BLUE CHIP
JUNIPER COPPER DELIGHT
Dense, slightly mounded evergreen provides color interest year round. Attractive, light green foliage in summer transitions to coppery-bronze in fall.
HT: 12-15” SPREAD: 4-5’ ZONES: 2-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Drought tolerant, can be used as ground cover.
JUNIPER COPPER DELIGHT
SPRUCE BIRDS NEST
A beautiful dwarf spruce, broad, dense and slow growing. Light green foliage on spreading branches rises up slightly with nodding tips.
HT: 3’
SPREAD: 2-3’
ZONES: 3-7
LIGHT: Full Sun
FEATURES: A distinctive plant for rock gardens or specimen use. Hardy.
SPRUCE BIRDS NEST
RHODODENDRON
RHODODENDRON PJM
One of the hardiest Rhododendrons for the upper Midwest. Masses of lavender flowers bloom in spring putting on a spectacular show. An evergreen, with glossy green foliage throughout the growing season, changing to a pleasing purple in the fall. Needs acid, moist, well-drained soil for best performance.
HT: 4-5’ SPREAD: 3-5’ ZONES: 4-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Very hardy, lavender flowers.
RHODODENDRON PJM
RHODODENDRON MANDARIN LIGHTS
Blooms are a lush orange color.
HT: 4-4 1/2’ SPREAD: 5’ ZONES: 4-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Orange flowers.
RHODODENDRON MANDARIN LIGHTS
RHODODENDRON PINK AND SWEET
Purplish-pink flowers have a golden flare in the throat and a spicy sweet fragrance. Striking blossoms are set off by glossy deep green foliage that turns red each fall. Prefers slightly acidic soil.
HT: 4’ SPREAD: 3’ ZONES: 4-9 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Purple-pink flowers, Red fall foliage.
 
RHODODENDRON WESTON’S LEMON DROP AZALEA YELLOW
Summer flowering. Vigorous growing with stiff upright branches topped with peach buds and pale yellow flowers in mid July. The blossoms have a slight lemony fragrance and hold up well in hot sun, often for 2 weeks or more. Foliage is small, curled downward and has a dusty blue-green color in summer. Leaves change to dark pink-red on exterior branches and to yellow on interior branches in fall. They are resistant to mildew. HT: 6-10’ SPREAD: 5-8’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Fragrant
RHODODENDRO WESTON’S PARADE AZALEA PINK
Strong pink flowers with prominent orange blotches in rounded trusses create a parade of color. 'Weston's Parade' begins blooming in late June with the blossoms spreading their vanilla fragrance over a long period of time.
HT: 6’ SPREAD: 4-6’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Attracts butterflies, mildew resistant, Fragrant
RHODODENDRO WESTON’S PARADE AZALEA PINK
Hydrangeas  
HYDRANGEA ANNABELLE
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’—One of the most beautiful and popular hydrangeas with clusters of extremely large, white flowers up to 12” across. The attractive dark green
foliage creates an excellent specimen plant. Useful as a dried flower.
HT: 4-5’ SPREAD: 3-5’ ZONES: 3-9 LIGHT: Part Sun to Shade FEATURES: Hardy shrub, flowers may be dried, tolerates some shade.
HYDRANGEA ANNABELLE
HYDRANGEA ENDLESS SUMMER
Mop-head type hydrangea with the unique ability to bloom consistently on both old and new wood. The result is a plant that provides beautiful flowers all summer long.
HT: 3-5’ SPREAD: 3-5’ ZONES: 4-9 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Fragrant, good for cutting
Hydrangea Endless summer
HYDRANGEA Great Star NEW
Add star power to your garden with this paniculata discovery. The flowers open to large white wavey star-shaped florets that can be up to 4" in width. Flowering starts midsummer and will last until the first hard frost to give your garden lasting summer star power.
HT: 6-7' SPREAD: 7-8' ZONE 4-8 LIGHT: Sun/Part Shade FEATURES: low maintenance, good cut flower.
HYDRANGEA Great Star
HYDRANGEA INCREDIBALL
As they first burst into view, the supernaturally large, round flowerheads are cool lime green. Then the colossal flowers, held upright from sturdy flowering stems, transition to creamy white for a spell. With summer's arrival, the blooms, nestled in the dark green foliage, verge once more to green.
HT: 4-5’ SPREAD: 4-5 ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Part Sun FEATURES: Massive flowers bloom in summer, and are held up by very sturdy stems. Very hardy and reliable. Good for cut flowers.
HYDRANGEA INCREDIBALL
HYDRANGEA Limelight
Unique bright chartreuse blooms in mid-summer that hold bright and refreshing color right into autumn when the blooms change color to a rich deep pink. The color makes a great addition to the garden and it blends wonderfully with all other colors. This is an easy to grow plant with reliable flowering and flower color regardless of soil pH or winter temperatures.
HT: 6' SPREAD: 6' ZONES: 3-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Bright chartreuse blooms
Hydrangea Limelight
HYDRANGEA Little Lime NEW
A dwarf form of the extremely popular 'Limelight' hydrangea. Little Lime has the same great flowers but is about a third the size of the original. Soft lime-green flowers mature to pink and burgundy in fall.
HT: 3-5' SPREAD: 3-5' ZONE 3-8 LIGHT: Sun/Part Shade FEATURES: compact, good cut flower
HYDRANGEA Little Lime
HYDRANGEA—PEE GEE
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Grandiflora—Vigorous grower. Very showy large conical double white flowers that bloom in July and August then change to pinkish-bronze towards autumn. Flowers are useful for dried arrangements. Prefers moist, well drained soils.
HT: 8’ SPREAD: 10-15’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full to Part Sun FEATURES: Flowers may be used for dried arrangements.
HYDRANGEA PEE GEE
HYDRANGEA—PINK DIAMOND
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Pink Diamond’—An upright rounded hydrangea with incredibly large flowers. The panicles open in late summer to a cream color which gradually turns a rich shade of pink. The upright held flower panicles produce both sterile and fertile flowers.
HT: 6-8’ SPREAD: 6-8’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Flowers change to pink color.
HYDRANGEA PINK DIAMOND
HYDRANGEA- LITTLE LAMB
Hydrangea paniculata - This special shrub blooms in mid-summer and lasts into autumn. The pure white blooms light up a garden and blend wonderfully with all other colors. Flowers may turn pink in the fall. The blooms are well distributed making a very nice plant and display. HT: 48-72" SPREAD: 72-96" ZONES: 3 - 9 LIGHT: Sun or Partial Shade.
HYDRANGEA LITTLE LAMB
HYDRANGEA- PINKIE WINKIE
A very unique hardy Hydrangea with massive two-toned, white and pink flowers in mid-summer. The flower heads continue to grow throughout the season and as the older flowers turn dark pink the new flowers continue to emerge white .
HT: 72-96" ZONES: 3 - 9 LIGHT: Sun or Partial Sun.
HYDRANGEA  PINKIE WINKIE
HYDRANGEA- WHITE DIAMOND
Commanding presence in the summer and fall garden, this hydrangea is an exceptional new compact hydrangea with glistening white panicles that are held upright and eventually fade to parchment and pink for dried arrangements. Smaller and more manageable than most hydrangeas, this plant boasts dark green leathery foliage that displays increased heat and drought tolerance. Use as an anchor in the mixed border, plant as a hedge, or in a large grouping for a magnificent effect.
HT: 4’ ZONES: 5’ LIGHT: Full Sun.
HYDRANGEA  WHITE DIAMOND
HYDRANGEA VANILLA STRAWBERRY
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Renhy’-- The enormous flower panicles are a blend of vanilla and strawberry, held upright on red stems. They emerge creamy white in mid summer, change to pink and finally to strawberry red. New blooms gives the plant a multicolored effect in late summer and early fall. The red coloration persists for at least 3-4 weeks. Excellent for fresh cut and dried flower arrangements.
HT: 6-7’ SPREAD: 4-5’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Bi Colored Blooms
HYDRANGEA VANILLA STRAWBERRY
HYDRANGEA—QUICK FIRE
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Bulk’—Quick to bloom, a month earlier than other varieties. Will flower in late May or early June depending on your location. The flowers begin to turn deep pink before Pink Diamond even begins to show flowers. A terrific way to extend the hydrangea season. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.
HT: 6-8’ SPREAD: 6-8’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Flowers change to pink color.
HYDRANGEA QUICK FIRE
Ornamental Shrubs  
ACER GINNALA
Bailey Compact Amur Maple—A finer branched more compact form of Amur Maple. The glossy green foliage turns brilliant scarlet in fall. Adaptable to many soil types and extremely hardy. Excellent specimen, screen or hedge plant.
HT: 7-9’ SPREAD: 7-8’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full to Part Sun FEATURES: Tolerates some shade, smaller maple highly adaptable.
Acer Ginnala
AMERICAN CRANBERRYBUSH
Viburnum trilobum—A hardy shrub with large white flower clusters in late May that produce abundant scarlet berries in fall. Berries hang on into winter and provide food for birds.
Dark green foliage develops an outstanding red fall color.
HT: 10-12’ SPREAD: 10-12’ ZONES: 2-7 LIGHT: Full to Part Sun FEATURES: Tolerates some shade, white flowers in spring, berries for wildlife in fall.
American Cranberry
BAILEY COMPACT CRANBERRYBUSH
Viburnum trilobum ‘Bailey Compact’—This compact plant has outstanding green foliage during the season which turns a deep red in the fall. This hardy shrub has moderate flowering
in spring with scarlet fruit in fall. A desirable plant for limited areas.
HT: 5-6’ SPREAD: 5-6’ ZONES: 2-7 LIGHT: Full to Part Sun FEATURES: Tolerates some shade, deep red fall foliage.
Bailey Compact Cranberry Bush
VIBURNUM BLUE MUFFIN
Virburnum dentatum ‘ Christom’ - In the spring this plant is covered with beautiful white flowers, then later in summer clusters of rich blue berries form. Great as a low hedge or in the foundation planting.
HT: 5-7’ SPREAD: 4-6’ ZONES: 3-9 LIGHT: Full Sun to Shade.
VIBURNUM BLUE MUFFIN
BARBERRY CABERNET
Berberis thunbergii atropurpurea ‘Moretti Select’- Extremely dense, compact form of Crimson Pygmy. Requires no pruning. Bright crimson new growth is followed by rich burgundy to purple foliage. Drought tolerant once established. HT: 2’ SPREAD: 2-3’ ZONES: 4-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Compact, drought tolerant.
BARBERRY CABERNET
BARBERRY CONCORDE
Berberis thunbergii ‘Concorde’- A dwarf globe shaped barberry with deep purple, velvety foliage. New growth is red, giving the shrub an interesting accent. Fruit is red and sparse. Its small size makes it ideal for the perennial border or the front of a shrub border. Tolerates dry conditions well.
HT: 2’ SPREAD: 3’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Dwarf, purple and red foliage.
BARBERRY CONCORDE
BARBERRY THUNDER ATRO ROSE GLOW
Berberis thunbergii ‘Rose Glow’—Attractive variegated foliage, yellow flowers and red fruit. Place in full sun for best color. An attractive specimen plant and can be used to create an Interesting colored hedge.
HT: 3’ SPREAD: 2-3’ ZONES: 4-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Variegated foliage, good for colored hedge.
Barberry Thunder Astro Rose Glow
BARBERRY BURGUNDY CAROUSEL
Japanese Red Barberry has slightly larger, burgundy-purple foliage that arches slightly. An excellent accent, hedge or thorny barrier plant. Prefers moist, but well-drained soils.Berberis thunbergii ‘Bailtwo’- Japanese Red Barberry has slightly larger, burgundy-purple foliage that arches slightly. An excellent accent, hedge or thorny barrier plant. Prefers moist, but well-drained soils.
HT: 3’ SPREAD: 4-5’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Burgundy foliage.
BARBERRY BURGUNDY CAROUSEL
BARBERRY RUBY CAROUSEL
Berberis thunbergii ‘Bailone’- Japanese Red Barberry has excellent red color and a uniform habit. The upright form of this cultivar lends itself well for use as a specimen, hedge or barrier plant. The stems are quite thorny. It prefers moist, but well-drained soils and full sun.
HT: 3-4’ SPREAD: 3’ ZONES: 4-7 LIGHT: Full Sun
FEATURES: Nice red foliage. Good for hedges.
BARBERRY RUBY CAROUSEL
BARBERRY ROYAL BURGUNDY
Berberis thunbergii ‘Gentry’- Has a rich, velvety, burgundy-red foliage that won’t fade in summer heat. Tiny yellow spring glowers are followed by shiny, bright berries that persist into winter. Darker red fall color. The habit is dwarf, neat and compact. It’s outstanding color and habit make this plant easy to combine with other shrubs in the border.
HT: 1-2’ SPREAD: 2-4’ ZONES: 4-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Yellow flowers and red berries.
BARBERRY ROYAL BURGUNDY
BARBERRY GOLDEN CAROUSEL
Berberis ‘Bailsel’--the golden yellow leaves on this upright grower take on very nice fall color with some red and orange tones. Does best when planted in areas of light shade where
the leaves are protected from fading or burning in late summer.
HT: 4-5’ SPREAD: 3-4’ ZONES: 4-7 LIGHT: Part Sun FEATURES: Attractive golden foliage, tolerates some shade.
Barberry Golden Carousel
BARBERRY GOLDEN RUBY
Berberis thunbergii ‘Goruzam’—A beautiful, slow-growing compact plant with striking coral-orange foliage. Later in season foliage is accented with a golden margin. Makes a great landscape plant for mass plantings or an eye-catching color contrast. Its compact growth habit makes this a low maintenance selection.
HT: 2’ SPREAD: 2’
BARBERRY GOLDEN RUBY
BARBERRY GOLDEN NUGGET
Berberis thunbergii ‘Monlers’—A new golden barberry in an exciting, compact, dwarf form. Attractive, non-burning, golden foliage with an orange cast most of the season. Excellent color contrast.
HT: 12” SPREAD: 18” ZONES: 4 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Dwarf, Yellow foliage.
BARBERRY GOLDEN NUGGET
BURNING BUSH WINGED EUONYMOS
Euonymus alatus—Beautiful rounded shrub with yellow flowers in May-June. Known best for its long lasting fiery red fall color. Corky wings on the branches provide additional winter interest. Good for borders, accents and screens.
HT: 10’ SPREAD: 8-12’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun to Part Shade FEATURES: Excellent fall color, attractive in winter.
BURNING BUSH WINGED EUONYMOS
BURNING BUSH DWARF
Euonymus alatus ‘Compactis’- Dwarf form. Bushy and compact, corky barked plant. Excellent for hedges. Brilliant fall color.
HT: 5-6’ SPREAD: 5-8’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Excellent fall color, compact.
BURNING BUSH DWARF
BURNING BUSH EUONYMOS GOLDEN PRINCE
Euonymous fortunei ‘Monce’—Colorful evergreen shrub, its new foliage brightly edged in golden-yellow before maturing to green. A beautiful contrast. Low grower well suited for borders, hedges or specimen accent planting.
HT: 4’ SPREAD: 4’ ZONES: 4 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Vigorous grower, Variegated foliage.
BURNING BUSH EUONYMOS GOLDEN PRINCE
CLETHRA Ruby Spice
Rich rose flowers that hold their color with lustrous dark green leaves. Will tolerate wet conditions, and has a slow to medium growth rate.
HT: 4-6' SPREAD: 3-4' LIGHT: Sun to Shade ZONES: 4-9
CLETHRA Ruby Spice
CORALBERRY SWEET SENSATION
The prime value of this shrub is in the striking clusters of ivory-white berries with a soft pink blush along the bare branches; arching fruit-laden branches are highly effective in winter without the foliage, prized for cut flower arrangement
HT: 30-36” SPREAD: 30-36” LIGHT: Full Sun/Shade ZONES: 4-9 FEATURES: Attracts birds, bees & butterflies
CORALBERRY SWEET SENSATION
CORALBERRY CANDY SENSATION
For gardeners who are on the lookout for shrubs that provide winter interest after most flowers and leaves are gone, Snow Berries rate high on the list. Plump, candy-pink berries ripen in early fall, as the last of summers' small pink flowers swell into pearls.
HT: 24-30” SPREAD: 24-30” LIGHT: Full Sun ZONES: 4-9 FEAUTURES: The perfect plant for the winter garden, these compact forms are suitable for a more prominent place in the front border. Snow Berries are especially beautiful with a light dusting of snow.
CORALBERRY CANDY SENSATION

Cotoneaster lucidus — This fine upright shrub is strong
growing and makes an excellent hedge. The dark green
foliage turns a bright red in the fall. Small pink flowers
in spring are followed by small black fruit. Xeriscape plant.
HT: 8-10’ SPREAD: 4-5’ ZONES: 2-6 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Xeriscape plant, fruit for wildlife
COTONEASTER HEDGE
DOGWOOD ALLEMAN’S COMPACT
Cornus alba ‘Alleman’s Compact’- Deep wine-red stem color and compact form. A four-season beauty with white blossoms in May, pleasant green foliage in summer, giving way to bright red berries in fall and finally the outstanding winter stem color. Excellent for mass planting and also an effective bank cover. Good plant for wildlife.
HT: 4-5’ SPREAD: 4-5’ ZONES: 3-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Four Season Plant.
DOGWOOD ALLEMAN’S COMPACT
DOGWOOD GARDEN GLOW
Brilliant lime green foliage in summer and burgundy red and pinkish fall color makes this a great selection for all seasons. It's smaller size and slower growth habit makes this red twig dogwood a good choice for smaller residential landscapes.Bright red winter twig color adds wonderful color to any winter landscape. HT: 3-4.5’ SPREAD: 3’ ZONES: 2-7 LIGHT: Shade FEATURES: Attracts Birds
DOGWOOD GARDEN GLOW
DOGWOOD IVORY HALO
Cornus alba ‘Bailhalo’—This naturally compact plant has white flowers in spring, variegated green and white foliage in summer and attractive red twigs in winter. Fine textured shrub is excellent for smaller planting areas.
HT: 5-6’ SPREAD: 5-6’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Attractive twigs in winter
DOGWOOD IVORY HALO
DOGWOOD PAGODA
Cornus alternifolia—Pale yellow flowers in may turn into attractive blue-black fruits. Branches grow in irregular tiers forming a somewhat horizontal plant. Leaves turn red in fall. Pot or plant under conditions of high humidity until growth is established.
HT: 15-20’ SPREAD: 20-25’ ZONES: 4 - 7LIGHT: Sun or Partial Shade.
DOGWOOD PAGODA
DOGWOOD RED TWIGGED
Cornus baileyi—This popular accent plant has white flowers in spring, followed by attractive blue fruit in late summer and reddish-purple fall color. The bright red stems add color to the winter landscape. Shade tolerant.
HT: 8-10’ SPREAD: 8-10’ ZONES: 3-8 LIGHT: Full To Part Sun FEATURES: Attractive shrub year round, very hardy, tolerates some shade.
DOGWOOD RED TWIGGED
FORSYTHIA NORTHERN SUN
Forsythia ‘Northern Sun’— Produces a spectacular display of flowers following winter temperatures of -30 degrees. The clear yellow flowers appear before foliage in late April. A vigorous grower. It is adapted to a wide range of soils and has no serious pests. Plant in full sun to encourage free flowering. HT: 8-10’ SPREAD: 7-9’ ZONES: 4 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Winter interest.
FORSYTHIA NORTHERN SUN
MOCKORANGE GOLDEN
Philadelphus coronaries ‘Aureus’—Fragrant white flowers
bloom in the spring, set off by golden-yellow foliage.
Relative freedom from disease and the ability to thrive in
dry conditions make them attractive to the novice landscaper.
HT: 3-6’ SPREAD: 4-5’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun to Part Shade FEATURES: White flowers in spring
MOCKORANGE GOLDEN
NINEBARK Amber Jubilee NEW
Selected for its striking foliage, in glowing tones of orange, yellow and gold. Rounded and dense in habit, this shtub with its bold array of colors wil stand out in your garden border or make for an eye-catching hedge. Delicate white blooms are produced in spring and fall foliage is highlighted with tones of red and purple, making this ninebark appealing over the entire season.
HT:5-6' SPREAD: 4' ZONE 2-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: winter color, attracts butterflies, drought tolerant
NINEBARK Amber Jubilee
NINEBARK DIABLO
Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Monlo’—This compact, upright
grower has showy reddish-purple foliage all season long.
Creamy-white flowers bloom in spring and produce red
berries in autumn. An attractive, hardy landscape plant for
color contrast. HT: 8-10’ SPREAD: 8-10’ ZONES: 2-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: White flowers in spring, red berries in fall
NINEBARK DIABLO
NINEBARK LITTLE DEVIL
First Editions® Little Devil™ Ninebark (Physocarpus opulifolis‘Donna May’) is an innovative 2011 introduction that possesses a compact habit and is hardy like the species. The compact size requires little to no pruning and lends itself to be utilized as a specimen plant or a hedge. Little Devil is especially advantageous for smaller gardens and close spaces in the landscape.
HT: 3-4’ SPREAD: 3-4’ ZONE: 3 LIGHT: Full Sun
NINEBARK LITTLE DEVIL
PRUNUS TRILOBA DOUBLE FLOWERING PLUM
This hardy, vigorous growing, large shrub is noted for its double pink flowers produced in profusion in April-May. Forms a rounded shape with medium green foliage in summer that develops a yellowish-bronze fall color.
HT: 10-12’ SPREAD: 10-12’ ZONES: 2-6 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Pink Flowers in spring, yellowish-bronze fall foliage
 
SMOKEBRUSH ROYAL PURPLE
Royal Purple Smokebrush is a large shrub with handsome, oval purple leaves all summer and silvery-purple clouds of seed heads in fall.
HT: 8-10’ SPREAD: 8-10’ ZONES: 5-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Can be used as a shrub screen or border.
SMOKEBRUSH ROYAL PURPLE
SPIREA BRIDAL WREATH RENAISSANCE
Spiraea x vanhouttei ‘Renaissance’—This ornamental shrub is
valued for its graceful form and pure white flowers. It has a
fountain or vase shape and blooms profusely in May.
The disease resistant foliage looks great all season
and has a burgundy fall color. HT: 5-7’ SPREAD: 6-8’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Profuse white flowers, burgundy fall foliage
SPIREA BRIDAL WREATH RENAISSANCE
SPIREA GOLD FLAME
Spiraea x bumalda ‘Goldflame’—This trouble-free plant is covered with bright crimson flowers during the summer months. The bright golden-yellow spring foliage turns a light yellowish-green color in summer and then a radiant copper
orange in fall. HT: 2-3’ SPREAD: 3-4’ ZONES: 3-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Bright red flowers, changing foliage throughout growing season
SPIREA GOLD FLAME
SPIREA GOLDEN ELF
Deciduous low growing compact shrub. Great choice for a rock garden due to its intense color and small compact habit.
HT: 6-8” SPREAD: 18-24” ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Makes an eye catching mass planting.
SPIREA GOLDEN ELF
SPIREA GOLD MOUND
Spiraea ‘Goldmound’—This dense compact plant has
bright yellow leaves all season long with clusters of bright
pink flowers in June-July. Outstanding as a color accent or
for contrast in the foundation planting. Excellent pinkish-red
fall color. HT: 18-24” SPREAD: 2-3’ ZONES: 3-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Bright pink flowers, pinkish-red fall foliage.
SPIREA GOLD MOUND
SPIREA MAGIC CARPET RED
Sports clusters of deep pink flowers on red-tipped foliage.
HT: 18”
SPREAD: 2’
ZONES: 3-8
LIGHT: Full to Part Sun
FEATURES: Unique foliage
SPIREA MAGIC CARPET RED
SPIREA MELLOW YELLOW
A low-maintenance, multi-season flowering shrub that has arching stems lined with small white flowers in early spring, then willowy yellow foliage in summer, then orange/russet fall foliage.
HT: 3-5’ SPREAD: 5-6’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun/ Part Shade FEATURES: Great texture, low maintenance
SPIREA MELLOW YELLOW
SPIREA WHITE BIRCHLEAF
The neat mound of rich green foliage provides the ideal backdrop for tight clusters of brilliant white flowers in spring. Foliage becomes gold, red and purple in autumn. Fantastic en masse, lining a walkway or as a foundation plant.
HT: 3-4' SPREAD: 3-4' ZONES: 3-8 LIGHT: Full Sun
SPIREA WHITE BIRCHLEAF
STEPHANANDRA CRISPA
Stephanandra incisa ‘Crispa’—Small yellow-white flowers in June. Branches are slender and grow in a zig-zag pattern. Use for dense compact groundcover, effective for erosion control. Native to Japan and Korea. Does well in light shade.
HT: 1-2’ SPREAD: 3-6’ ZONES: 4-7 LIGHT: Part Shade
STEPHANANDRA CRISPA
SUMAC – TIGER EYES
Rhus typhina ‘Baitiger’ – A beautiful golden-leafed form of Cutleaf Staghorn Sumac. New growth is a lively chartreuse green, quickly changing colors contrasting nicely with the rosy- pink leaf stems. The branches angle upward while the deeply cut leaflets drape downward, giving it a rather oriental look. Has magnificent fall colors of yellow, orange, and intense scarlet.
HT: 6’ SPREAD: 6’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Drought Resistant
 
TAMARIX SUMMER GLOW
Displays rosy flower spikes all summer and has an interesting foliage effect that is lacy, silvery blue. Fast growing, rather open shrub.
HT: 8-10’ SPREAD: 6-8’ ZONES: 2-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Rosy Flower Spikes ALL Summer
TAMARIX SUMMER GLOW
Weigela Rainbow Sensation NEW
Even before the first flowers appear, Rainbow Sensation will brighten your garden in its attractive, variegated foliage. Dense clusters of soft pink flowers bloom profusely in May. Weigela is especially well suited to urban environments where it performs beautifully with minimal Care.
HT: 3-4' SPREAD:3-4' ZONE 4-8 LIGHT: Sun FEATURES: Attracts birds & hummingbirds, low maintenance.
Weigela Rainbow Sensation
WEIGELA RED PRINCE
Weigela florida ‘Red Prince’—A very showy shrub for the
landscape with its upright arching branches. This early
summer blooming plant has bright red flowers that do not fade
in color and are likely to bloom again in late summer.
HT: 5-6’ SPREAD: 5-6’ ZONES: 4-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Showy blooms, repeat blooming
WEIGELA RED PRINCE
Climbing Vines  
BITTERSWEET AUTUMN REVOLUTION
Celastrus scandens ‘Bailumn’- Most adaptable vine, with orange and red berries that retain color when cut and dried in fall. Berries are twice the size of other Bittersweets. This bittersweet needs no pollinator. The flowers formed have both male and female parts so you only need one plant.
HT:15-25’ ZONES: 2-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Self Pollinator
BITTERSWEET AUTUMN REVOLUTION
HONEYSUCKLE DROPMORE SCALET
Tall growing climber developed by F. L. Skinner of Dropmore, Manitoba. Bright orange-scarlet tubular flowers from June to September. Attractive, rounded green foliage.
HT: 10-20’ SPREAD: Varies ZONES: 3-8 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Attractive, rounded green foliage.
HONEYSUCKLE DROPMORE SCALET
HONEYSUCKLE LONICERA MANDARIN
Blooms in late spring through summer with large clusters of colorful flowers of bright orange with a yellow center. They emerge in the spring a coppery-brown and mature to a glossy dark green. A vigorous grower, Mandarin will reach a mature height of up to 20’ and prefers part shade to full sun. Does best in well-drained soils. ZONES: 3 LIGHT: Part Shade to Full Sun
HONEYSUCKLE LONICERA MANDARIN
HOP ORNAMENTAL BIANCA
Humulus lupulus ‘Bianca’—A vigorous, decorative climber with foliage resembling that of grapes. Lemon yellow new growth matures to a darker lime green, contrasting nicely with red-brown stems. The bell-shaped hops are very attractive.
ZONES: 3
LIGHT: Part Shade
HOP ORNAMENTAL BIANCA
HOP ORNAMNTAL NUGGET
Humulus lupulus ‘Nugget’—A vigorous perennial climbing vine that will quickly wrap itself around any upright structure in a season. Produces papery cone-like hops later in the summer, typically used to produce beer. Will die back to the ground each winter, but grows back quickly each season.
ZONES: 3
LIGHT: Part Shade
HOP ORNAMNTAL NUGGET
TRUMPET VINE ORANGE & RED
Superior climber with lovely trumpet shaped blooms. Clinging vine climbs 35 feet without a trellis. Can be allowed to run as ground cover as well. Sweet scented blooms are especially attractive to hummingbirds. Adaptable and easy to grow.
HT: 20-40’ SPREAD: Varies ZONES: 4-9 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Attract hummingbirds, easy to grow.
TRUMPET VINE ORANGE & RED
Roses  
CLIMBING ROSE RAMBLIN
This climber came to us from the creator of Knock Out®. The foliage is borne on strong pliable canes, and displays a touch of red before maturing to deep, dark green. Compared to its parent, 'Henry Kelsey', it has equal hardiness, slightly better disease resistance and fuller flowers of a rich, more true, red. HT: 6-10’ SPREAD: 6’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Better disease resistance
CLIMBING ROSE RAMBLIN
CLIMBING ROSE WILLIAM BAFFIN
Rosa ‘William Baffin’ Climbing Rose—This hardy climbing rose is a recurrent bloomer with 2 ½” double deep pink flowers borne in clusters of up to 30 blossoms. This pillar type rose with glossy disease resistant foliage can be left on the trellis over winter. HT: 7-9’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Very hardy, recurrent deep pink blooms
CLIMBING ROSE WILLIAM BAFFIN
SHRUB ROSE HOPE FOR HUMANITY
The deep wine red buds of this splendid Parkland series rose appear in small clusters of four to five, then open to fragrant cupped flowers of blood red that bloom continuously throughout summer starting late in June. The lustrous green foliage has good resistance to disease and joins with the flowers for a striking result. HT: 2-4’ SPREAD: 2’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Disease Resistant
SHRUB ROSE HOPE FOR HUMANITY
SHRUB ROSE JP CONNELL
This popular shrub rose features delicate, fragrant double yellow flowers in early summer and through into fall on a compact mounded habit, hardy and resistant to disease, makes a beautiful garden color accent; needs full sun and well-drained soil.
HT: 5’ SPREAD: 4’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Hardy and resistant to disease
SHRUB ROSE JP CONNELL
SHRUB ROSE MORDEN CENTENNIAL
Flowers all season with especially profuse flushes of rich pink flowers at beginning and end. The lightly scented blooms appear in clusters among healthy, disease resistant foliage before being replaced by persistent red hips.
HT: 3-5’ SPREAD: 3-5’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Disease Resistant, Good for cutting
SHRUB ROSE MORDEN CENTENNIAL
SHRUB ROSE Morden Blush NEW
This floriferous Parkland series rose has beautiful pointed buds of ivory and blush that open to sweetly fragrant, high centered blooms of creamy ivory blushed with pink at the center. As they mature, the lovely flowers fade to full ivory. Low growing, with glossy green foliage.
HT:2-3' ZONE 3-7 LIGHT: Sun FEATURES: orange-red fruit in fall, hardy, recurrent bloom
SHRUB ROSE Morden Blush
SHRUB ROSE Easy Elegance Sunrise Sunset NEW
As the name implies, Sunrise Sunset is a stunning blend, with bright fuchsia-pink petals, blending into apricot near the centers. Blue-green foliage is disease-resistant on this everblooming shrub rose. Its dense, spreading habit makes it an ideal ground cover and is also well suited to mass plantings.
HT: 2-3' ZONE 4-9 LIGHT: SUN FEATURES: semi-double flower, everblooming, vigorous
SHRUB ROSE Easy Elegance Sunrise Sunset
SHRUB ROSE Easy Elegance Music Box NEW
An exhibition of color, musci box sings with double blooms of creamy yellow centers surrounded by delicate pink blends. An everblooming mound of radiant blossoms sits atop glossy medium green foliage that is resistant to disease. An ideal accent that will bring harmony to your garden.
HT:36" ZONE 4-9 LIGHT: SUN FEATURES: everblooming, double flower, unique color
SHRUB ROSE Easy Elegance Music Box
SHRUB ROSE WINNIPEG PARKS
The pointed buds of this Parkland rose are borne in small clusters of deep pinkish-red and open to dark cherry pink flowers with a dark pink reverse. The slightly fragrant flowers age to dark pink backed by matte green foliage that takes on a reddish tinge in fall. With a bonus of red hips, this compact, low growing rose is a beauty. HT: 2-3’ SPREAD: 2’ ZONES: 3-7 LIGHT: Full Sun FEATURES: Good for cutting
SHRUB ROSE WINNIPEG PARKS