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Globe Evergreens
   
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Arborvitae, Hetz Midget

2'-3'H&W, dense globe, slow grower, requires no shearing to maintain shape.
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Arborvitae, Pygmy Globe

2'-4'H&W, very compact, slow grower, requires no shearing to maintain shape.
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Arborvitae, Techny Globe

4'-5'H&W, fast grower, must be sheared to maintain shape.

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Pine, Dwarf Mugho

3'-5'H, 3'-6'W, green foliage, mound shape can be maintained by pruning, candles emerge in early spring.
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Spruce, Bird's Nest

3'H, 2'-3'W, spreading branches, slow growing.
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Spruce, Blue Nest

18"-24"H, 24"-30"W, blue-green foliage, slow growing, prefers well drained soils.

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Spruce, Dwarf Globe Blue

3'-5'H, 5'-6'W, round to mound shape, matures to pyramidal shape if not maintained by trimming, blue foliage, very slow grower, will not burn in direct winter sun.
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Spruce, Dwarf Norway

3'-4'H&W, light green foliage, prefers colder climates.


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Spreading Evergreens


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Juniper, Andorra Compact

18"H, 3'-5'W, light green foliage in summer that turns plum in fall & winter.
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Juniper, Arcadia

12"-18"H, 3'-5'W, green foliage with lacy texture, semi-spreading growth habit, likes fully exposed locations.

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Juniper, Blueberry Delight

12"H, 4'-5'W, dense low spreading, rich dark green needles with contrasting silver-blue line on the upper surface.

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Juniper, Blue Forest

12"H, 3'W, great for rock gardens and as a ground cover in small sites.

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Juniper, Dwarf JapGarden
6"-10"H, 3'-5'W, blue-green foliage, mounded creeping growth habit.

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Juniper, Hughes
15"H, 6'-8'W, silvery-blue foliage.
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Juniper, Scandia
1 foot tall and up to 8ft wide, full sun, and deer resistant.
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Juniper, Sea Green

4'-6'H&W, arching branches, mint green foliage that darkens in cold weather.
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Microbiota / Russian Cypress

12"H, 3'-4'W, bright green foliage turns a bronze in winter, needs good drainage.

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Pine, Hillside Creeper Scotch
1-2'H, 6-8'W, strong growing ground covering pine that creates a spreading and undulating effect, excellent for border gardens, cascading over walls, must be pruned to maintain shape.
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Yew, Dark Green
3'-5'H, 6'-8'W, dark green foliage, needs well drained soil, prefers shade.
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Yew, Taunton

3'-4'H, 4'-6'W, slow growing, resistant to winter burn, minimal trimming.
'Landscape Select' Materials are tested and proven performers with a collective of over 60 years of Design Excellence. We know what works and provides a great aesthetic value to the landscape!

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Upright Evergreens



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Arborvitae, Degroot's Spire

6'-12'H, 3'-5'W, narrow, columnar form and rich green twisted foliage, retains its attractiveness with age, bronze winter color.
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Arborvitae, Holmstrup

4'-5'H, 2'W, bright green foliage, tolerates poor drainage, slow growing.

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Arborvitae, Techny

12'-15'H, 6'-8'W, dark foliage, fast growing, extremely winter hardy.
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Juniper, Sky High
15'H, 3-5'H, works great as a screen, a hedge or as an accent plant in a tight place. No pruning will be needed to keep its columnar form. Tolerant of most soils including clay if kept on the dry side. Very drought tolerant once established!
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Juniper, Taylor
25'H, 3'W, upright narrow form, tight growing, tolerant of poor dry sites and high pH soils.

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Spruce, Weeping Colorado Blue
10-15'H, 20-25'W, graceful weeping form of the Colorado Spruce, blue needles and a dense branching habit give it a cascading effect, height and width vary with training.
'Landscape Select' Materials are tested and proven performers with a collective of over 60 years of Design Excellence. We know what works and provides a great aesthetic value to the landscape!

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Deciduous Shrubs


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Azalea, Mandarin Lights

4'-5'H&W, bright mandarin orange flowers in early spring before leafing out, bronze fall color.
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Azalea, Orchid Lights

2'-3'H&W, one of the first to bloom, lilac flowers in spring, bright yellow fall foliage.
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Barberry, Burgundy Carousel

3'H, 4'-5'W, burgundy-purple leaves, prefers moist well-drained soil.

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Barberry, Concorde

2'H, 3'W, dwarf globe shape with deep purple, velvety foliage, new growth is red giving the shrub an interesting accent, tolerates dry conditions well.
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Barberry, Golden Carousel

4'-5'H, 3'-4'W, yellow foliage fading tones of red & orange fall color.

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Barberry, Rosy Glow
3'H, 2'-3'W, compact, variegated foliage of rose-red turning to maroon with age, yellow flowers, red fruit, red fall color.
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Boxwood, Wintergreen

2'H, 2'-3'W, fragrant flowers in April, coppery to bronze fall foliage, slow grower, one of the hardiest Boxwood.
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Burning Bush, Dwarf

5'-6'H, 5'-8'W, scarlet fall color, winged corky bark.
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Burning Bush, Standard
10'H, 8'-12'W, scarlet fall color, winged corky bark.
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Bush Honeysuckle, Dwarf

4'H, 3'-4'W, bronze green foliage, yellow flowers in late spring, reddish fall color, does well in sandy and dry soil.

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Bush Honeysuckle, Cool Splash

30"-54"H&W, variegated, white and green foliage, bunches of yellow blossoms in June and July, easy to grow, forms underground suckers, developing colonies overtime, use in woodland settings or mass plantings.
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Chokeberry, Autumn Magic

3'-5'H, 2'-4'W, fragrant white flowers in May followed by edible black berries, red & purple fall foliage, tolerant to moist soils.


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Dogwood, Arctic Fire

3-4'H&W, compact selection of 'Baileys' red stem dogwood with dark red winter stems, non-suckering habit and compact form.
  
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Dogwood, Cardinal

8'-10'H&W, reddish fall color, bright red winter twig color.
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Dogwood, Isanti

5'-6'H, 8'-10'W, white flowers and fruit on red stems, reddish fall color, slow growing.
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Dogwood, Ivory Halo

5'-6'H&W, variegated green and white foliage on red stems.
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Dogwood, Pagoda

15'-20'H, 20'-25'W, yellow flowers in May followed by blue-black fruit, red fall foliage.

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Dogwood, Red Twig

8'-10'H&W, porcelain - blue fruit, reddish fall foliage, red stems.
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Dogwood, Yellow Twig
6'-8'H, 8'-10'W, white flowers, reddish fall foliage, bright yellow branches.

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Hydrangea, Annabelle

4'-5'H, 3'-5'W, white round flowers, thrives in shade.

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Hydrangea, Incrediball
4-5'H, 4-5'W, giant mid-summer blooms, sturdy branches, cut back in spring to promote flowering on summer wood.
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Hydrangea, Limelight
6'-8'H, 5'-7'W, bright lime green flowers in late summer, in early autumn blooms display shades of pink, burgundy, and green, flowers on new wood, prefers moist well drained soil.
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Hydrangea, Little Lime
3-5'H, 3-5'W, dwf form of limelight, soft lime green flowers mature to pink and burgundy in fall.
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Hydrangea, Quick Fire

6'-8'H&W, deep pink flowers in late May or early June, rounded shape.
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Hydrangea,
Tardiva / Late Panicle
6-8'H, 8-10'W, white flowers turning pink in mid-late Aug. Rarely to never fed on by Jap. beetles.
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Hydrangea, Unique PeeGee
6-10'H, 6-10'W, larger flowers than PeeGee, tolerates pruning well, rarely to never fed on by Jap. beetles.
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Hydrangea, Vanilla Strawberry

6'-7'H, 4'-5'W, upright shape, enormous flowers emerge creamy white in mid summer, change to pink and finally to strawberry red, red stems.

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Lilac, Common Purple

12'-15'H, 8'-12'W, purple flowers in May.
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Lilac, Common White

12'-15'H, 8'-12'W, white flowers in May.

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Lilac, Dwarf Korean

4'-5'H, 5'-7'W, reddish buds open to pale lilac flowers.

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Lilac, Miss Kim

6'-7'H, 5'-6'W, purple buds open to pale lilac flowers when other lilacs have finished, burgundy red fall color.
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Lilac, Prairie Petite
3-4'H, 3'W, new flowers open a light pink, which fades to light lavender as they mature. Tolerant of heat and dry locations.
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Ninebark, Center Glow

8-10'H&W, red & yellow foliage, new foliage emerges a bright yellow green, creamy white flowers in spring.
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Ninebark, Little Devil

3-4'H, 3-4'W, deep burgundy foliage, easy to grow, needs little to no pruning.
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Ninebark, Summer Wine

5-6'H&W, dark crimson red foliage, pinkish white flowers in mid-summer.
 
 
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Rhododendron, PJM
4-5'H, 3-5'W, lavender flowers in spring, mahogany fall foliage, prefers moist, well drained soil.

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Rose, Mystic Fairy

3-4'H, rich red blooms with pink undertones carpet the plant in massive clusters all summer long. New foliage is glossy red, which slowly give way to dark green mature leaves. Sterile flowers which do not produce hips.
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Serviceberry, Regent
4-6'H, 4-8'W, large white flowers, dark purple to black fruit is sweet and good for eating and making jelly.

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Spirea, Goldflame
2-3'H, 3-4'W, crimson flowers, brilliant red new growth changing to golden yellow then to green.
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Spirea, Little Princess
2-2.5'H, 3'W, small leaves on short wiry stems, pretty pink flowers in summer, dark red fall color, sun or light shade.
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Spirea, Magic Carpet
18"H, 2'W, red shoots emerge in spring and mature into bronze, red tipped foliage, deep pink flowers.
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Spirea, Neon Flash
3'H, 3'W, vigorous growth habit, red flower clusters throughout the growing season, new growth has a tinge of purple before turning green.
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Spirea, Sundrop
12-15"H, 2-3'W, pink flowers in early summer, golden foliage, natural dwarf requires little or no pruning.
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Spirea, Tor Birchleaf
2-3'H, 2-3'W, compact mound of dark gray-green birch-like leaves. Tiny white flowers in late spring, fall color is shades of orange, red, and purple.

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Sumac, Cutleaf Staghorn

8-10'H, 10-12'W, velvety branches on a wide spreading Sumac, fabulous fall color and finely divided leaves, crimson berries in the fall.
  
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Sumac, Gro-Low Fragrant
2-5'H, 6-8'W, excellent for mass beds and bank control, fragrant small yellow flowers in spring followed by red fruit. Gorgeous fall color, best in full sun.
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Sumac, Tiger Eyes
6'H, 6'W, new growth is chartreuse green, quickly changing to yellow, rosy-pink leaf stems, oriental look, dramatic fall colors of yellow, orange, and intense scarlet.

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Viburnum, American Compact
5-6'H&W, hardy shrub, beautiful foliage that offers a slight red edge when new, then turns a deep red in fall. Does not flower or fruit at a young age and only lightly there after.

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Viburnum, Blue Muffin
5-7'H, 4-6'W, white flowers in spring, clusters of blue berries form later in summer, can adapt to a wide range of conditions; full sun to shade and most soil types.
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Weigela, Java Red
3-4'H, 4-5'W, compact, mounded form with deep green foliage flushed with red all season long. Flower buds are red, opening to dark pink in May and June.
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Weigela, Minuet
24"-30"H, 2-3'W, flowers freely, slightly fragrant, foliage is green with purple tint.

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Weigela, My Monet
12-18"H, 12-15"W, compact habit and colorful foliage, purplish-pink blossoms.
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Weigela, Wine & Roses
4-5'H, 3-5'W, dark burgundy-purple foliage, rosy-pink flowers.

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Weigela, Merlot Rose
2-3'H, 3-4'W, rose pink flowers on glossy dark bronze leafed compact plant, blooms late spring.

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