Dark green foliage on meandering stems. Can be used as a groundcover or a verticle vine. White flowers appear as the plant gets older and are quite spectacular. If verticle is desired, plant near brick.
Spring pink buds open to extremely fragrant white flowers. Dull green foliage turns orange and red.
Large oak leaf shaped foliage. Bright white flowers in late summer age to a dusky pink. Prefers some afternoon shade.
Large, single lavender flowers are adorned with a lacy center to create an anemone-like bloom. Beautiful for use in a mixed container, or incorporated into a mixed border. A mass planting will create an easy-to-grow privacy screen with lots of summer color.
Upright, columnar growing evergreen. Great for use as a screening when evergreens are needed. Soft textured foliage year round. Does produce poisonous fruit so keep kids from eating them.
Lighter green in color than other Yews. This evergreen tends to have some yellowing in late summer. Smaller needles. Upright arching new growth is attractive. Red fruit is poisonous.
Fast growing evergreen with a lose habit. Can handle a small amount of shade. Deer do not like this variety as much as other Arborvitae.
Canadian Hemlock is a shade loving large growing conifer. They require good drainage and appreciate good soils. In our area, shade is a must.
Southwestern White pine looks very similar to White pine except many more blue needles mixed in. A handsome tree for the home landscape. It does have a tendency to lose some lower branches with age.
Soft textured green needles. Open branching with age. Branches go out very horizontal and lower branches die off with age. Beautiful tree left natural. Native to Illinois