Brilliant red fall color. Vine. Fast-growing. Salt-tolerant.
Extremely dense branching on this native shrub to small tree. White flowers in spring, blue and red fruit in summer and fantastic burgundy fall color. Birds adore the fruit.
Early upright white flowers age to pink. Excellent foliage and superior habit make this a great choice for the home garden. Exfoliating bark keeps the interest in winter. Flowers better with more sun.
Verticle accent with spectacular fall color. Firespire™ was selected for its upright habit and fantastic fall color. Brilliant orange to red color in early fall
Beautiful star shaped flowers in spring. The brilliant white “blooms” are actually calyces. Great plant for the shade garden. Edible fruit look like little sputniks and are only slightly palatable.
Small tree with a very rounded habit. This variety of Hornbeam can handle full sun to full shade. Fall color is outstanding tones of red and orange. Very low maintenance
Orange and pink new growth set this apart from other types of Japanese Maples. Foliage ages chartreuse to green. More sun and heat tolerant than others.
Pink flowers on a deciduous azalea. Excellent fall colors in oranges and reds. Most durable of the Azalea.
Broadleaf Evergreen. Mounding boxwood, stays darker green in winter. One of the hardier for our region.
Broadleaf Evergreen. This boxwood grows upright and can be trimmed to be a pyramid. Used as a taller hedge or a beautiful specimen.