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Almond (Russian) #2

A small, globe-shaped plant with shiny, narrow leaves. The attractive single, rose-red flowers appear in May and are followed by fuzzy, almond-like fruit.

 

$30.00

Barberry (Concorde ®)

This dwarf variety has smooth, velvety purple foliage and a great compact form. It is well suited for a low growing border.

 

$30.00

Birch (Golden Treasure Cesky Gold™ Dwarf)

Cesky Gold™ provides low-maintenance colour even in cold climates. Small, tidy leaves emerge red-orange and age to sunny gold.

 

$33.00

Boxwood (Calgary)

A favoured shrub in highly stylized landscapes. The Calgary Boxwood is a dense, low, rounded evergreen shrub with small, glossy, dark green foliage. A great border, low hedge or shaped accent.
 

$30.00

Burning Bush (Fire Ball ®)

The branches have interesting corky ridges which protrude from the bark. Deep green foliage throughout the summer gives way to brilliant red and long-lasting fall coloration. The plant will perform in a variety of soil types and locations. Proven Winners® Color Choice® Flowering Shrubs.

 

$30.00

Burning Bush (Turkestanica)

The narrow dark green leaves on this shrub turn a brilliant red in fall and persist throughout the winter. The late summer fruit pods are a noticeable pink colour against the dark foliage.

 

$26.00

Cedar (Anna’s Magic Ball ®)

Anna’s Magic Ball® arborvitae is a cute little sphere of cheerful yellow foliage. It was developed in Canada, so you know that this little plant isn’t bothered by winter weather and holds its color all year-round. This nifty little native evergreen needs no pruning to keep its tight, rounded shape and makes a nice addition to perennial beds, rock gardens, troughs and containers, or any landscape project. It’s petite size and well-behaved manner makes it an especially nice choice for smaller yards and gardens. Evergreen.

 

$35.00

Cedar (Danica)

A truly dwarf globe-shaped evergreen shrub, very slow growing; excellent for garden detail use and for rock gardens; hardy and adaptable; best with adequate sun; protect from drying winds; requires a sheltered location.

 

$33.00

Cedar (Filip's Magic Moment)

Filips Magic Moment’ arborvitae naturally grows as a dense little cone, making it the perfect choice for planting near entryways or anywhere you want a formal but not stuffy living accent. The outer growth emerges a cheerful yellow, which persists all year-round. No pruning is needed to keep this handsome shape! Evergreen.

 

$33.00

Cherry (Black Nanking) #2

Nanking Cherry is a small deciduous shrub known for its attractive white blossoms and edible fruit. Its dark red berries are excellent for pies, jellies, and even fresh eating.

 

$30.00

Cherry (Cistena)

The deep reddish purple foliage makes this shrub stand out all season long. It is a very popular plant in the landscape and provides excellent contrast.

 

$30.00

Cherry (Nanking) #2

Nanking Cherry is a small deciduous shrub known for its attractive white blossoms and edible fruit. Its dark red berries are excellent for pies, jellies, and even fresh eating.

 

$30.00

Dogwood (Bud's Yellowtwig)

An improved yellow-stemmed selection that has better foliage, more consistent bark colour and better cold hardiness. A Boughen Nursery introduction.

 

$28.00

Dogwood (Cream Cracker ™)

This lovely dogwood boasts a compact, rounded form with green leaves and striking creamy golden margins. Developed as an improvement on the old mottled dogwood.

 

$31.00

Dogwood (Ivory Halo)

Best grown in organically rich, consistently moist, fertile, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerant of a wide range of soils. Established shrubs tolerate some dry soils as well as occasional standing water. Trim roots with a spade and promptly remove root suckers if colonial spread is undesired.

 

$30.00