New Varieties Available for Spring 2015

We are growing and expanding our variety listing for Spring 2015! Take a look here:    Surface Available Variety Listing 2014-2015

 

New Varieties for 2014-2015:

ACER PALMATUM (Japanese Maple)

OSAKASUKI (Acer palmatum ‘Osakasuki’)

Zone 5 Rich green foliage resists sun scorch in the summer heat.  Intense crimson red foliage in autumn. Vigorous, upright rounded growth habit.

  • 1″ B&B           84.65    74.50
  • 6′ B&B           74.70    65.75
  • 5′ B&B           66.95    58.90
  • 4′ B&B           59.50    52.35

ACER SACCHARUM (Sugar Maple)

CRESCENDO ™ (Acer saccharum ‘Morton’)

Zone 5 Thick, durable foliage is dark green all summer, and reliably turns to a brilliant orange-red in fall. An attractive tree with a uniform oval habit. The gray bark becomes slightly furrowed with age. Excellent heat and drought tolerance. Plus $.60 royalty.

  • 8′ Whips          24.20   21.30
  • 7′ Whips          22.00   19.35
  • 6′ Whips          19.75   17.40
  • 5′ Whips          17.30   15.20
  • 4′ Whips          14.70   12.95

BETULA (Birch)

PAPER (Betula papyrifera)

Zone 5 Medium sized tree with smooth reddish-brown exfoliating bark which turns beautiful papery
white with age. Dark green foliage turns bright yellow in fall. Prefers cooler climates and moist,
well drained soils.

  • 1¼” Br            24.35   21.45
  • 1″ Br               20.75   18.25
  • 8′ Single           9.75    8.60
  • 7′ Single           8.45  7.45
  • 6′ Single           7.50   6.60
  • 5′ Single            6.65    5.85
  • 4′ Single            5.70    5.00

YOUNGII WEEPING (Betula pendula ‘Youngii’)

Zone 2 A small weeping birch with slender pendulous branches. Light green leaves turn yellow in fall. Colorful peeling white bark.

  • 7′ Whips          14.90   13.10
  • 6′ Whips          14.20   12.50
  • 5′ Whips          12.75    11.20
  • 4′ Whips          11.35    10.00

CHIONANTHUS (Fringetree)

WHITE FRINGETREE (Chionanthus virginicus)

Zone 4 Pure white, slightly fragrant flowers in late spring, hang in long, spectacular panicles which appear to cover the tree with cotton for two weeks. Dark green, glossy leaves emerge just as the flowers are at peak bloom.

  • 4′ Multi-stem      13.00   11.45
  • 3′ Multi-stem      12.00   10.55
  • 2′ Multi-stem      11.00    9.70
  • 18″ Multi-stem   10.00   8.80

CLADRASTIS (Yellowwood)

AMERICAN YELLOWWOOD (Cladrastis kentukea)

Zone 4 Spectacular late spring blooms of fragrant, wisteria-like, white flowers in drooping panicles.Compound bright green leaves turn bright yellow in fall. Prune in summer only because cuts made in winter or spring tend to bleed considerably.

  • 7′ Whips          21.25   18.70
  • 6′ Whips          18.95   16.70
  • 5′ Whips          16.85    14.85
  • 4′ Whips          13.30    11.70

CORNUS (Dogwood)

CORNELIAN-CHERRY DOGWOOD (Cornus mas)

Zone 4 Multi-stem form. Abundant yellow flowers in early spring. Upright oval habit. Dark green summer foliage. Bright red fruits are numerous and attract wildlife in mid-summer.

      •  4′ Multi-stem   10.95   9.65
      •  3′ Multi-stem     9.90    8.70
      •  2′ Multi-stem     7.60    6.70
      • 18″ Multi-stem   5.85    5.15

HAMAMELIS (Witch-hazel)

AMERICAN WITCH-HAZEL (Hamamelis virginiana)

Hamamelis virginiana

American Witch-hazel

Zone 3 Multi-stem form. A small native tree with fragrant yellow flowers that open in late fall. Medium green leaves turn gorgeous deep golden yellow in fall. Tolerates clay soil and urban conditions.

        • 4′ Multi-stem   11.55     10.15
        •  3′ Multi-stem     10.25    9.00
        •  2′ Multi-stem     8.85       7.80
        • 18″ Multi-stem   7.75       6.80

VERNAL WITCH-HAZEL (Hamamelis vernalis)

Zone 4 Multi-stem form.  A large native shrub with petite, extremely fragrant yellow to red-orange flowers that open in early spring. Medium green leaves turn yellow-gold in fall. Tolerates clay soil and urban conditions.

        • 4′ Multi-stem   11.55     10.15
        •  3′ Multi-stem     10.25    9.00
        •  2′ Multi-stem     8.85       7.80
        • 18″ Multi-stem   7.75       6.80

 

HEPTACODIUM (Seven-son Flower)

SEVEN-SON FLOWER (Heptacodium miconioides)

Zone 4 Rapid growth with a distinctive moderately arching branch pattern. Glossy dark green foliage in summer. Masses of fragrant white blossoms in late summer followed by cherry-red calyxes in fall.  Attractive exfoliating light brown bark in winter.

        • 4′ Multi-stem    13.00     11.45
        •  3′ Multi-stem     12.00    10.55
        •  2′ Multi-stem     11.00     9.70
        • 18″ Multi-stem    10.00    8.80

HYDRANGEA

SNOW QUEEN OAKLEAF (Hydrangea quercifolia “Flemygea’)

Zone 5 Large, dense 6 to 8 inch long clusters of white flowers are held upright above the dark green oak leaf shaped foliage. Flowers become rose-pink in fall and leaves turn deep red-bronze. Tan-brown exfoliating bark is attractive in winter.

  •             4 Cane Shrub    10.15    8.95
  •             3 Cane Shrub     8.50     7.50
  •            2 Cane Shrub      7.40     6.50

LIRIODENDRON (Tuliptree)

TULIPTREE (Liriodendron tulipifera)

Zone 4 Large, fast growing shade tree with upright oval habit. Tulip shaped flowers emerge in late May with bright green tulip shaped leaves which turn golden yellow in Autumn. Trunk wrap to prevent sun scald and transplant loss.

  • 7′ Whips          18.60   16.35
  • 6′ Whips         15.95     14.05
  • 5′ Whips          13.70    12.05
  • 4′ Whips         10.95      9.65

OSTRYA (Hophornbeam)

AMERICAN HOPHORNBEAM (Ostrya virginiana)

Zone 3 Attractive small tree with horizontal branching and abundant persistent hop-like fruit. Dark green summer foliage turns yellow in fall. Urban and drought tolerant.

  • 6′ Br            29.75   26.20
  • 5′ Br            24.00   21.10
  • 4′ Br            22.15   19.50

PARROTIA (Persian Ironwood)

PERSIAN SPIRE ™ (Parrotia persica ‘JLColumnar’)

Zone 5 Columnar, upright oval habit. Leaves emerge with a strong purple cast that fades to green with a purple haloed margin. Stunning fall color is an elaborate and long lasting color display of yellow, orange, burgundy and red. Grown on their own root.  Plus $.85 Royalty.

  • 7′ Whips          24.15   21.25
  • 6′ Whips         21.20   18.65
  • 5′ Whips          18.65   16.40
  • 4′ Whips          16.40   14.45

PYRUS (Flowering Pear)

JACK® (Pyrus calleryana ‘Jaczam’)

Zone 4 Upright oval shape matures to only half the size of the species making this a perfect tree for under power lines or small spaces. Showy white flowers and dark green summer foliage with small, yellow-green fruit in fall. Plus $.95 Royalty.

  • 6′ Br           25.65    22.55
  • 5′ Br           20.50    18.05
  • 4′ Br           17.60    15.50

STYRAX (Snowbell)

JAPANESE SNOWBELL (Styrax japonicus)

Zone 5 Graceful rounded form produces beautiful, delicate flowers. Fragrant, showy white flower bells hang from horizontal branches in late spring. Medium green, finely textured leaves turn yellowish in fall.

  • 7′ Whips          24.15    21.25
  • 6′ Whips          21.20    18.65
  • 5′ Whips          18.65    16.40
  • 4′ Whips         16.40    14.45

SYRINGA (Lilac)

MISS KIM (Syringa patula  ‘Miss Kim’ )

Zone 4 Striking spikes of fragrant lilac-pink flowers in late spring after other lilacs have finished blooming. Pointed, dark green foliage turns burgandy red in fall. Uniform, compact ball shape.

  • 2′ Shrub                9.15     8.05
  • 18″ Shrub            7.40     6.50
  • 15″ Shrub            6.95     6.10