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Lilac (Mme. Lemoine)

This showy lilac bears panicles of double white flowers on a wide, spreading bush. It has been used for decades in cold regions and is a very dependable selection.

 

$40.00

Lilac (Pocahontas)

This selection has excellent hardiness and vigor and has long been a favorite on the Prairies. The single flowers open with a reddish tinge and deepen to purple.

 

$32.00

Lilac (Scentara Double Blue)

There are about 15 different species of lilacs found in nature, and Syringa hyacinthiflora is the queen of them all when it comes to fragrance. And that’s what makes Scentara® Double Blue the most fragrant Proven Winners lilac yet! The cool purple blooms take on a blue tone in the spring sunshine, each one full of petals for a delicate seashell-like effect. This very heavy bloomer exhibits excellent disease resistant and a handsome, appealing shape that will look right at home in your landscape.

 

$40.00

Lilac (Sensation)

This outstanding lilac produces a unique bi-colour flower over darker foliage than most of the French hybrids. The flower is a deep shade of purple with a crisp white border.

 

$40.00

Linden (Littleleaf) 45-60 cm

The Littleleaf Linden has a symmetrical shape; dense pyramidal.  Branching is upright and increases in density with age.  Small, heart-shaped leaves.  Widely grown as an ornamental tree.  Popular as a shade tree with its dense canopy.

 

$15.00

Mockorange (Blizzard)

This medium sized shrub is covered with masses of fragrant white blossoms in the middle of June. It is very hardy and does well despite hard winters.

 

$16.00

Mockorange (Galahad)

A compact, rounded shrub prized for its highly fragrant white blooms in early summer, fades into the background the rest of the year; use in conjunction with other plants that can take over the show in summer; very adaptable and hardy.

 

$30.00

Mockorange (Golden)

A beautiful and compact shrub featuring rich golden yellow foliage and fragrant white flowers in early summer; color tends to change to a yellow-green over the summer; not a profuse bloomer, use for foliage color; very adaptable and easy to grow.

 

$30.00

Ninebark (Center Glow ®)

A hybrid from a cross between Diabolo and Dart’s Gold. Foliage emerges golden then quickly changes to burgundy. Minnesota LPDC introduction.

 

$30.00

Ninebark (Diablo - Treeform 5')

A tree-form version of Diablo Ninebark.  This means that a ninebark bush has been grafted into root stock and trained as a tree instead of the normal shrub.  They are dramatic showpieces that are unique in how they are created and appear in the landscape.

 

$90.00

Ninebark (Summer Wine - Treeform 5')

An exciting improvement to Ninebark, Summer Wine combines the fine texture and compact branching of Physocarpus 'Nana' with the dark foliage of Physocarpus Diabolo. Smaller than other ninebark varieties, Summer Wine is an easy way to introduce wine colored foliage into the home garden.

 

$90.00

Ninebark (Summer Wine)

An exciting improvement to Ninebark, Summer Wine combines the fine texture and compact branching of Physocarpus 'Nana' with the dark foliage of Physocarpus Diabolo. Smaller than other ninebark varieties, Summer Wine is an easy way to introduce wine colored foliage into the home garden.

 

$35.00

Pear (Ussurian) 45-60 cm

Hardiest pear.  Ornamental tree smothered in showy white spring blooms, long thorns, and glossy foliage that turn orange in fall.  Cross-pollinate with another pear for consistent yields.  Fruit is best for canning.

 

$15.00

Plum (American) 30-45 cm

In spring, masses of fragrant, white flowers in showy, flat-topped clusters emerge followed by shiny, bright red fruit that ripen in late summer.  The sour and sweet fruit is good for jams and jellies, preserves, pies, and fresh eating.

 

$15.00

Poplar (Assiniboine)

This hardy deciduous tree produces natural upright growth with a somewhat pyramidal habit. Rich green foliage changes to shades of yellow in the fall. Resistant to stem canker, leaf rust and poplar bud gall mite.

 

$15.00