• Acer corallinum Japanese Maple Tree

    Acer corallinum Japanese Maple Tree

    Remember the old saying about the weather -- if you don't like it, just wait 5 minutes and it'll change? Well, that's about the case with 'Corallinum', too! The leaves change more frequently than the seasons on this splendid little Japanese Maple, making it one of the most beloved small trees for the home landscape. If you like brilliant color and plenty of it, you MUST find a place of honor for this showstopper!The show begins in early spring, when the new leaves unfurl a dazzling shrimp pink! 5- to 7-lobed and just begging to be pressed between the leaves…

  • Acer griseum Paperbark Maple Tree

    Acer griseum Paperbark Maple Tree

    Acer griseum is the much sought-after Paperback Maple. This is one of the finest specimen trees for the small property. Rich green leaves and exfoliating bark revealing gleaming orange-red new bark, turning green for summer before burnishing bright orange and red for autumn. An exceptional multi-season Maple!Easy to establish, this tree eventually reaches 25 feet tall and 18 feet wide. This Acer is difficult to propagate, so supply is often limited.

  • Acer Katsura Japanese Maple Tree

    Acer Katsura Japanese Maple Tree

    This gorgeous dense, compact Japanese Maple is most known and loved for its dazzling spring foliage. The small, palmate, 5-lobed leaves emerge chartreuse with orange-tinted margins and mature to a brilliant green once summer arrives. The color show continues into fall, with the foliage finally turning pastel shades of orange and yellow. Springtime also brings small, reddish blooms that are attractive up close but not particularly showy at a distance.'Katsura' usually grows into a 4-6', vase-shaped form within the first ten years, then slowly becomes more rounded as it matures to its full 10-12' height. It makes a stunning specimen…

    This gorgeous dense, compact Japanese Maple is most known and loved for its dazzling spring foliage. The small, palmate, 5-lobed leaves emerge chartreuse with orange-tinted margins and mature to a brilliant green once summer arrives. The color show continues into fall, with the foliage finally turning pastel shades of orange and yellow. Springtime also brings small, reddish blooms that are attractive up close but not particularly showy at a distance.'Katsura' usually grows into a 4-6', vase-shaped form within the first ten years, then slowly becomes more rounded as it matures to its full 10-12' height. It makes a stunning specimen…

  • Adansonia digitata (Upside-down tree)

    Adansonia digitata (Upside-down tree)

    Grows to 50-70ft in its natural state. Thick, stubby branches spring from the top of its enlarged swollen trunk which stores water. A conversation piece. Can also be grown as a houseplant. Soak &/or file part of the shell. Germination: 21-365 days, 70-80F. Well-drained soil. Z10-11.

  • American Pillar Thuja Evergreen Tree

    American Pillar Thuja Evergreen Tree

    Plant Patent 20,209Destined to be the most useful and interesting tree in your garden, American Pillar is a tall, very slender, ultra-adaptable evergreen conifer that grows quickly and looks terrific year-round. An American native with all of the vigor you'd expect, it's just what you're looking for in a landmark, privacy screen, windbreak, or back-of-the-border standout!At maturity American Pillar can reach 20 to 30 feet tall, but it remains just 5 to 7 feet wide. This "telephone pole" shape is ideal for a variety of uses, especially in small-space gardens where you want a lot of height but can't afford…

  • Appalachian Red Cercis canadensis Redbud Tree

    Appalachian Red Cercis canadensis Redbud Tree

    One of the most stunning selections of our native Eastern Redbud, 'Appalachian Red' is a blaze of spring color, its blooms a vivid shade of deep fuchsia red. Very profuse and long-lasting, the flowers are an unforgettable opening to the growing season in any garden!The blooms arise before the foliage, liberally decorating the bare dark brown branches. Cut entire stems for indoor display, and be sure to site this tree where it will stand out like the landmark it is!The heart-shaped foliage emerges in mid- to late-spring, large and colored a rich shade of blue-green. It keeps this color all…

  • Appalachian Spring Cornus florida Dogwood Tree

    Appalachian Spring Cornus florida Dogwood Tree

    In the late 1980s and early 1990s, anthracnose devastated the populations of our native Dogwoods. One particularly sad infestation was on Catoctin Mountain, Maryland, where the entire population was affected . . . except for one tree. That tree became, under the University of Tennessee's Dogwood Breeding Program, 'Appalachian Spring.'In addition to being 100% resistant to anthracnose, this white-flowered variety is very vigorous and quick growing, reaching its mature size of about 20 feet high and wide sooner than expected. Its foliage, unusually large for the species, turns from apple-green to intense crimson in autumn, and large red fruits follow…

  • Asimina triloba Paw-Paw Tree

    Asimina triloba Paw-Paw Tree

    Related to the tropical Cherimoya (Custard Apple), Paw-Paw is actually a native U.S. plant that thrives in sun or shade and yields big loads of fragrant, succulent fruit! If you've ever wondered just what a "paw-paw patch" really looked like, grow this super-easy fruit and find out!With huge leaves that might look more at home in the jungle, this Eastern U.S. plant is actually hardy to -25? F! In the wild it is a forest understory tree, but it also tolerates full sun. In fact, this adaptable plant will probably thrive just about anywhere within its hardiness range, given adequate…

  • Astounding Glory Pink 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Astounding Glory Pink 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    You'll be amazed at the sheer beauty of this new hybrid tea! Each 5-inch bloom is saturated with a rich shade of pink that demands attention, and once it's drawn you in, you'll be compelled to lean in to enjoy the fragrance.Reaching a mature size of 6 feet high and 4 feet wide, 'Astounding Glory' makes a bold statement in the garden. Its glossy, dark green foliage is attractive even when it's not adorned with the big deep pink blooms, but when it is, get ready for a show that will have everyone talking! And with the flowers arising on…

  • Barbra Streisand 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Barbra Streisand 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Hello, Gorgeous!" Ms. Streisand personally grew and selected this extraordinary lavender Hybrid Tea as her namesake. Her criteria were fragrance, color, and bloom size, and this cross of R. Blue Nile and New Zealand excels in all 3 areas. The scent is an interesting citrus-influenced Rose, so powerful that only 2 or 3 blooms can perfume an entire room. The color is a highly distinctive, intense lavender which darkens with age and is handsomely complemented by the glossy, moss-green foliage. And the blooms are a magnificent 4 to 4 1/2 inches across, fully double and with immaculate form -- each…

  • Bella'roma 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Bella'roma 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Plant Patent #15,075. Cultivar name: 'JACfrepu.' A splendid hybrid tea boasting bright yellow buds that spiral open to reveal gorgeous, warm yellow petals blushed rich pink at their edges. The blooms measure 4 to 4½ inches across, with a powerful antique rose scent. Glossy dark green foliage offsets the flowers, which appear very freely all season.'Bella'roma' was named the 2003 Rose of the Year by its creators, Jackson & Perkins®, and has proven a gardeners' favorite ever since.Our 24" patio tree roses are heavy-blooming roses grafted onto a top-quality standard. More compact than the traditional 36" size, they are ideal…

  • Beni Kawa Acer Japanese Maple Tree

    Beni Kawa Acer Japanese Maple Tree

    What a stunning specimen for all Japanese Maple lovers! 'Beni Kawa' brings brilliant color to the landscape with its coral red trunk and stems and soft green spring leaves that turn to golden-yellow in fall. Its small reddish spring blooms add to the show as well, although their beauty is most noticeable close up, rather than at a distance.'Beni Kawa' typically grows in an upright, rounded, shrubby form for the first 10 years, until it reaches 5-7' tall. Over time, however, it matures to 12-15'. The palmate leaves are about 2½" long, divided into 5-7 ovate-lanceolate, slender-tipped lobes with double…

  • Bill Warriner 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Bill Warriner 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Plant Patent #9,494. Cultivar name: 'JACsur'. Bill Warriner™ is named in honor of Jackson & Perkins' chief hybridizer, and it is truly an outstanding rose. It's constantly covered with large clusters of lovely salmon-coral flowers of perfect hybrid tea form. This superb rose has excellent substance, making it a good choice for cutflower arrangements as well as the garden. Its glossy green foliage is disease resistant, and due to its compact habit and long bloom season, Bill Warriner™ is a great selection for the residential landscape.Our 24" patio tree roses are heavy-blooming roses grafted onto a top-quality standard. More compact…

  • Black Cherry™ 24-inch Patio Tree Dark Red Rose

    Black Cherry™ 24-inch Patio Tree Dark Red Rose

    Beginning with their stunning, almost-black buds, these exquisitely formed flowers are the most alluring shade of red. A disease-resistant floribunda that reblooms frequently, this striking rose provides constant garden color, making it an excellent choice to flank a garden entry or set onto the porch, patio, or deck.Our 24" patio tree roses are heavy-blooming roses grafted onto a top-quality standard. More compact than the traditional 36" size, they are ideal for today's smaller gardens, as well as for containers of all types. Make a bold statement with this remarkable rose! Var: JACreflo (PP#18,704)

  • Bonsai Trees Mixed

    Bonsai Trees Mixed

    A carefully chosen blend of evergreen and deciduous conifers to help you produce a wide range of Bonsai styles. Germination: 30-120 days, 55-70F. Well-drained soil. Pre-chill seeds for 3-6 weeks.

  • Brilliant Pink Iceberg & Burgundy Iceberg 36-inch Tree Rose

    Brilliant Pink Iceberg & Burgundy Iceberg 36-inch Tree Rose

    Like something out of a fairy tale, our new enchanting Blended Beauty tree roses are ready to bring storybook charm to your garden! Combining two different roses on one tree, they offer blooms that are of a matching size and style, yet create captivating contrast. Each pairing is carefully selected to provide an incredible display throughout the year. Try a single Blended Beauty as a mesmerizing stand-alone planting or line a driveway or walkway with several, and you'll soon be spellbound by the beautiful parade of color!'Brilliant Pink Iceberg' comes to us from Tasmania, and offers all the merits of…

  • Brilliant Pink Iceberg 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Brilliant Pink Iceberg 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    'Brilliant Pink Iceberg' comes to us from Tasmania, and offers all the merits of its beloved parent plus rich cerise-pink petals overlaid with creamy accents. The blooms and buds are elegant, the fragrance mild but heavenly (reminiscent of honey), and the habit vigorous without being rangy or overblown. Best of all, this shrub blooms heavily over a long season, filling garden and vase with exquisite color! The blooms begin as long, pointed buds in the high-centered form so prized among Rosarians. They open to rich cerise-pink blooms with creamy highlights, darker in cool weather. Measuring 4½ inches across, the flowers…

  • Bruns Picea omorika Serbian Spruce Tree

    Bruns Picea omorika Serbian Spruce Tree

    Splendid two-tone boughs of icy blue and richest green create an unforgettable garden landmark on this slow-growing, very choice Serbian Spruce. Unpalatable to nibbling deer and very easy to grow in full sun, this majestic specimen may well become the talking point of your landscape.This selection of Serbian Spruce offers a narrowly upright habit, very uniform and naturally symmetrical. After a decade's growth it will be only 14 feet high and 4 feet wide, eventually topping out at 30 to 35 feet but still no wider than 10 feet in diameter. If you have a small-space garden, 'Bruns' is a…

  • Burgundy Iceberg™ 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Burgundy Iceberg™ 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    This delightful Floribunda has the beauty and fragrance of an Old Rose with the modern vigor, disease resistance, and bloom strength of a modern hybrid. Burgundy Iceberg™ is prepared to flower all summer long, filling garden and vase with a strong honey-like scent and adding rich, dark, highly unusual color to the Rose display.Each of these blooms is fully double-flowered, with 20 to 25 petals that sport a deep pink reverse (exterior) to complement their dark burgundy interior. Measuring 3 to 4½ inches wide, they arise in large clusters from late spring until the cool fall weather sets in. Very…

  • Butterflies Magnolia Tree

    Butterflies Magnolia Tree

    Plant Patent #7,456.Considered one of the finest of all yellow-flowered Magnolias, it is certain to become a classic! Abundant 4- to 5-inch, rich yellow double flowers, each with 10 to 15 petals, are held upright like butterflies alighting on branches.Developed as a cross between M. acuminata 'Fertile' and M. enudata 'Sawada's Cream,' Butterflies is renowned for its lovely flower color, a deep yellow in cool climates and lighter with more heat. The flowers have a slightly twisted form that is lovely, really resembling the butterflies for which they are named! They arise in very late spring, which protects them from…

  • Cashew Tree

    Cashew Tree

    The cashew is the king of the nuts, but where do these nuts come from? And wouldn't it be great to have a Cashew on your patio! This is a tropical plant native to South America and is now grown in Africa, India and Asia.The cashew tree is an evergreen that grows quickly and fruits young -- not to mention how handsome its lush foliage and interesting green-and-red flowers are! A sun- and heat-lover, all it asks for is good soil drainage, plenty of water, and freedom from frost. Pop it into a large container and let it beautify the…

  • Cherokee Brave Cornus Dogwood Tree

    Cherokee Brave Cornus Dogwood Tree

    Even before the tree leafs out in spring, giant deep pinkblooms starred with a white eye cover its branches,followed by bright red fruit and, in autumn, maroonfoliage. Beloved by birds, this small tree is at the heartof many a fine garden.

  • Citrus Lemon Tree

    Citrus Lemon Tree

  • Davidia involucrata 'Sonoma' Tree

    Davidia involucrata 'Sonoma' Tree

    Have you ever dreamed of planting a Dove Tree (Davidia), only to learn that it wouldn't start blooming until it was at least 10 years old? Even for those of us planting our legacy garden, that's pushing "delayed gratification" too far! Enter Sonoma, the early-blooming variety with bloom clusters more than twice the size of the species -- as astonishing 10 to 12 inches long!This magnificent flowering tree has blooms -- actually bracts -- like no other. They've been compared to handkerchiefs, crepe paper streamers and, of course, doves, for they flutter alluringly in the late spring breezes. No flash-in-the-pan…

  • Don Egolf Cercis Redbud Tree

    Don Egolf Cercis Redbud Tree

    How fitting that the first Redbud introduced by the U.S. National Arboretum should be named for the late Don Egolf, the man who brought so many fine shrubs into American gardens! A compact, free-flowering, non-fruiting variety you're going to love, 'Don Egolf' is the perfect early-spring splash of color for any garden or patio!Though most of us love Redbuds, nobody likes the thousand-and-one seedlings they produce after scattering their seed all over the garden. Left unchecked in a woodland setting, this shrub can even be invasive. That's where 'Don Egolf' can make such a difference. It is non-fruiting, so it…

    How fitting that the first Redbud introduced by the U.S. National Arboretum should be named for the late Don Egolf, the man who brought so many fine shrubs into American gardens! A compact, free-flowering, non-fruiting variety you're going to love, 'Don Egolf' is the perfect early-spring splash of color for any garden or patio!Though most of us love Redbuds, nobody likes the thousand-and-one seedlings they produce after scattering their seed all over the garden. Left unchecked in a woodland setting, this shrub can even be invasive. That's where 'Don Egolf' can make such a difference. It is non-fruiting, so it…

  • Don Gillogly Persea americana Avocado Tree

    Don Gillogly Persea americana Avocado Tree

    Plant Patent #11,057. Enjoy luscious tropical fruit year-round in your living room from this vigorous, evergreen dwarf! Fast growing and pest free, this Mexican native produces up to two crops a year of soft, black-skinned avocados with a flavor so rich you need nothing else for a scrumptious guacamole!Self-pollination follows the winter blooms, and the fruit ripens year-round (though the first crop may take up to 3 years). In mild climates it's also an excellent patio specimen, but bring it indoors beside a sunny window before frost. Capable of reaching 10 feet tall, but simple to keep pinched back to…

  • Double Delight 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Double Delight 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    A fragrant garden favorite for more than 20 years! Winner of the Gamble Medal for fragrance, its fresh spicy-sweet scent is fragrant up to 10 feet away! Scarlet buds open to a creamy white-washed pink, ending in buttery yellow and strawberry red. Blooms vigorously throughout the season.With a hardy rootstock below and a prolific hybrid tea rose on top, you won't find a more reliable tree rose anywhere than our classic 36" standards. A signature Jackson & Perkins product, they are ideal for garden or vase.

  • Easy Does It 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Easy Does It 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: 'Harpageant'. The perfect combination of beauty and garden-worthiness, Easy Does It is a large-flowered floribunda that blooms perpetually, stands up to foliar diseases, and sports some of the most colorful flowers in the family. No wonder it was the2010 All-America Rose Selection!Filled with warm colors from mango and orange to peachy pink and apricot, these 4-inch double blooms are delightfully ruffled, unfurling their 26 to 40 petals in layers over their long bloomtime. They arise in generous clusters, giving you a bouquet with a single snip of the shears, and they release a strong,…

  • Elegant Lady 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Elegant Lady 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    One of our most popular roses now has a new name, reflecting the classic beauty and radiance exuded by sublime ivory petals overlaid with a clear pink blush. Its full buds swirl into large, 5-inch tea-rose scented blooms, each standing out beautifully against the healthy, glossy green foliage.Our 24" patio tree roses are heavy-blooming roses grafted onto a top-quality standard. More compact than the traditional 36" size, they are ideal for today's smaller gardens, as well as for containers of all types. Make a bold statement with this remarkable rose! Var: 'JACshaq' (Plant Patent #11482)

  • Elizabeth Magnolia Tree

    Elizabeth Magnolia Tree

    Plant Patent 4145. All Magnolias are adaptable and vigorous, but 'Elizabeth' is the expert at handling temperature extremes! Surviving -20 degree Fahrenheit temperatures without injury, just months later it basks in 100+ degree heat and humidity over a long, sweltering season. And in early spring, before the new foliage emerges, this lovely tree is dotted with bright, fragrant yellow blossoms from base to tip!The unusual clear yellow color of the blooms is as remarkable as their heavenly scent. 3 to 4 inches across, they are held straight up on bare branches, reminding me a bit of the old-fashioned tradition of…

    Plant Patent 4145. All Magnolias are adaptable and vigorous, but 'Elizabeth' is the expert at handling temperature extremes! Surviving -20 degree Fahrenheit temperatures without injury, just months later it basks in 100+ degree heat and humidity over a long, sweltering season. And in early spring, before the new foliage emerges, this lovely tree is dotted with bright, fragrant yellow blossoms from base to tip!The unusual clear yellow color of the blooms is as remarkable as their heavenly scent. 3 to 4 inches across, they are held straight up on bare branches, reminding me a bit of the old-fashioned tradition of…

    Plant Patent 4145. All Magnolias are adaptable and vigorous, but 'Elizabeth' is the expert at handling temperature extremes! Surviving -20 degree Fahrenheit temperatures without injury, just months later it basks in 100+ degree heat and humidity over a long, sweltering season. And in early spring, before the new foliage emerges, this lovely tree is dotted with bright, fragrant yellow blossoms from base to tip!The unusual clear yellow color of the blooms is as remarkable as their heavenly scent. 3 to 4 inches across, they are held straight up on bare branches, reminding me a bit of the old-fashioned tradition of…

  • Emperor One Japanese Maple Tree

    Emperor One Japanese Maple Tree

    A landmark tree to fall in love with, with deep red foliagein spring and summer that turns to brilliant crimson in fall.The deep red color remains steadfast through the hottest sun,rivaling 'Bloodgood' as the best red Japanese maple. Leafs outlater than others, avoiding frost damage.

    A landmark tree to fall in love with, with deep red foliagein spring and summer that turns to brilliant crimson in fall.The deep red color remains steadfast through the hottest sun,rivaling 'Bloodgood' as the best red Japanese maple. Leafs outlater than others, avoiding frost damage.

  • Empress of China™ Cornus angustata Dogwood Tree

    Empress of China™ Cornus angustata Dogwood Tree

    Plant Patent #14,537. Cultivar name: 'Elsbry'. At last, an evergreen Chinese Dogwood with very heavy flowering and a vigorous growth habit! A magnificent tree with up to 150 white blooms on a single branch -- plus gorgeous translucent strawberry-like fruit! -- Empress of China™ will reign in your partly shaded garden not only during its early summer bloomtime, but year-round!Empress of China™ has stood the test of time while other evergreen Dogwoods have come and gone. Selected by noted plantsman John Elsley, this tree has proven to be exceptional for bloom and fruit strength as well as for garden vigor.…

  • Fagus grandifolia Beech Tree

    Fagus grandifolia Beech Tree

    The American Beech can be very hard to obtain, and we are pleased to be able to make it available this season. A truly splendid native tree, it is majestic and slow-growing, reaching just 9 to 12 feet high and 4 to 8 feet wide with 10 years' growth. Truly a legacy planting for the garden (where it will, in decades, achieve at least 70 feet in height and 50 in width!), it deserves a place of honor in your landscape.This tree is rounded at the crown, becoming more so with maturity, yet offers spreading, almost horizontal branches. The gray…

  • Fairy Hair Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Fairy Hair Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Very popular but difficult to find, this dwarf Japanese Maple is a super slow-growing delight. Just 2 feet high and 1 foot wide after a decade's growth, it's ideal as bonsai, in containers, or in a very small space accent. Find a special place for this miniature treasure!'Fairy Hair' earns its name with extremely long, narrow foliage. Green in spring and summer, it blazes bright orange in autumn, remaining on the tree for many weeks before dropping into a glowing pool on the garden floor or base of the container. The winter silhouette is handsome as well, with dense branching…

  • Fire Chief™ Thuja Tree

    Fire Chief™ Thuja Tree

    Plant Patent 19,009. Cultivar name: 'CONgabe.'Such a splendid source of crackling red color on a carefree evergreen! This American Arborvitae is ultra-compact, reaching just a few feet high and wide, so you can grow it right in the foundation, along the driveway, or in the front of the border. With bright red new foliage in spring that keeps its crimson tips year-round, it is attention-getting and handsome in any setting!Best in full sun, Fire Chief™ is a small, rounded, slow-growing tree reaching just 3 to 5 feet tall and not quite as wide after 10 years? growth. It is very…

  • Golden Chain Tree

    Golden Chain Tree

    One of the few yellow-flowering trees for gardens! Small 20 to 30' tall gem is decked with golden pendants of perfumed, wisterialike blooms in late spring. Graceful near entryways and in lawns. Fabulous as a specimen tree. Ships in a 4" pot. Zones 4-8 Laburnum anagyroides

  • Green Giant Thuja Arborvitae Tree

    Green Giant Thuja Arborvitae Tree

    Thuja 'Green Giant' is one of the fastest growing of all Conifers. This very rare Western Red Cedar will put on 3 to 5 feet of growth per year. An excellent evergreen privacy screen or windbreak, it's also tremendously dense, weather-resistant, repellent to deer, and marvelously fragrant! This is the tree you want outlining your property, shielding you from noise, neighbors, or rough wind!Elegant and uniform, the conical habit of 'Green Giant' needs no shearing or pruning, and is cloaked in dense, dark, evergreen foliage clear to the ground. Of course, you can also shear the foliage into any desired…

  • Heart Throb Cornus Chinese Dogwood Tree

    Heart Throb Cornus Chinese Dogwood Tree

    Has a tree ever been more appropriately named than charming 'Heart Throb'? This delightful Chinese Dogwood offers year-round beauty, as all dogwoods do, but everything about its appearance is just one degree more beautiful than most others. The blooms are a richer shade of rosy-pink, the fall color more intense, the berries far more profuse -- well, you get the idea!Late spring brings the first blooms (actually the showy part is the bracts) to this well-branched, slow-growing little tree. Most dogwoods bloom for several weeks, but the rosy-pink bracts on 'Heart Throb' persist for up to 2 months -- more…

  • Heptacodium miconioides Seven Sons Flower Tree

    Heptacodium miconioides Seven Sons Flower Tree

    Heptacodium miconioides -- Seven Sons Flower -- provides beautiful, sweetly fragrant cascades of sparkling white flowers in late summer. For many plants this would be the highlight, but this is only the beginning of this rare tree's spectacular drama. Flowers soon transform into fruits surrounded by large, glowing red and purple calyces more gorgeous than the flowers -- an effect that lasts 4 to 5 weeks (well into late fall), increasing even further when the prominently veined leaves turn a gorgeous purple.This eye-catching delight grows rapidly to about 15 feet. Adaptable to sun or shade, although best color is achieved…

    Heptacodium miconioides -- Seven Sons Flower -- provides beautiful, sweetly fragrant cascades of sparkling white flowers in late summer. For many plants this would be the highlight, but this is only the beginning of this rare tree's spectacular drama. Flowers soon transform into fruits surrounded by large, glowing red and purple calyces more gorgeous than the flowers -- an effect that lasts 4 to 5 weeks (well into late fall), increasing even further when the prominently veined leaves turn a gorgeous purple.This eye-catching delight grows rapidly to about 15 feet. Adaptable to sun or shade, although best color is achieved…

  • Honey Perfume 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Honey Perfume 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Its glowing, apricot-yellow flowers mature to creamy white, filling the air with a deliciously strong spicy fragrance. Recipient of AARS honors, a Gold Medal in Barcelona, Spain and a Silver in Genova, Italy, this vigorous, easy-to-grow Floribunda will be a success in your garden, too!Our 24" patio tree roses are heavy-blooming roses grafted onto a top-quality standard. More compact than the traditional 36" size, they are ideal for today's smaller gardens, as well as for containers of all types. Make a bold statement with this remarkable rose! Var: JACarque (Patent 16250)

  • Hot Cocoa 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Hot Cocoa 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Plant Patent #15,155. Cultivar name: 'WEKpaltlez'. This Rose is so uniquely colored that we may just have to invent a new name for the color of its lusciously ruffled blooms! A chocolate-brown infused with smoke and hints of purple . . . or perhaps a russet-influenced brick-red . . . There is no way to do justice to these sweetly fragrant, freely borne blossoms! Hot Cocoa™ is the new All-America Rose Selection winner, and one glance will tell you that the Rose world will never be the same again!The flowers are 3 1/2 inches wide, packed with petals and boasting…

  • Karl Fuchs Cedrus deodora Cedar Tree

    Karl Fuchs Cedrus deodora Cedar Tree

    A splendidly hardy and adaptable selection of the Deodar Cedar, 'Karl Fuchs' delights with brilliant blue foliage in spring, gradually maturing to aquamarine on a very slender, elegantly layered habit. If you are looking for an arresting, low maintenance specimen tree, this cold-hardy, drought-tolerant, deer-resistant cultivar is an excellent candidate!Grown in the 1970's from seeds originally gathered in the mountains near Kabul, Afghanistan, 'Karl Fuchs' immediately gained attention for the particularly brilliant, almost shimmery shade of blue on its new foliage. It keeps this color for many weeks, becoming green only when the hot weather of summer arrives. Full and…

    A splendidly hardy and adaptable selection of the Deodar Cedar, 'Karl Fuchs' delights with brilliant blue foliage in spring, gradually maturing to aquamarine on a very slender, elegantly layered habit. If you are looking for an arresting, low maintenance specimen tree, this cold-hardy, drought-tolerant, deer-resistant cultivar is an excellent candidate!Grown in the 1970's from seeds originally gathered in the mountains near Kabul, Afghanistan, 'Karl Fuchs' immediately gained attention for the particularly brilliant, almost shimmery shade of blue on its new foliage. It keeps this color for many weeks, becoming green only when the hot weather of summer arrives. Full and…

  • Key Lime Limequat Citrus Limequat Tree

    Key Lime Limequat Citrus Limequat Tree

    Just wait until you see this delightful little Key Lime tree for yourself! Tirelessly productive and very, very easy to grow, it starts bearing perfect little 1- to 2-inch limes about 6 months after you plant it -- and simply never stops!Compact enough for containers, this tree is a cross between a Kumquat and a Key Lime. The Kumquat gives it its hardiness (zones 8-10, and in containers indoors everywhere!) while the Key Lime gives the fruit its flavor -- that wonderful bite, even stronger in this Limequat than in regular Key Limes! Yum!Evergreen and ready to bear masses of…

  • Little Volunteer Liriodendron tulipifera Tulip Poplar Tree

    Little Volunteer Liriodendron tulipifera Tulip Poplar Tree

    Plant Patent #19,581. Reaching just one-third the size of the species, this beautifully proportioned columnar Tulip Tree is the ideal specimen for smaller gardens and accent plantings. The handsome deep green leaves and nectar-rich orange and green flowers are proportionately smaller as well. Just 12 feet high and 6 feet wide after 4 years' growth, this native tree is carefree and fast-growing. L. tulipifera is the state tree of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Indiana; add this diminutive selection to your landscape today! Zones 4-9.

  • Mariken Ginkgo biloba Tree

    Mariken Ginkgo biloba Tree

    Extremely dwarf and slow-growing, this splendid male Ginkgo is a mutationdiscovered in Holland in 1995. Ideal for bonsai, containers, and small-space gardens, itsexquisite fan-shaped foliage is in proportion to its overall size.Delightfully curled and cupped new foliage of celery green turns bright yellow before dropping in autumn. These leaves are unlike any other in the garden, and when they fall they create a bright pool of color on the garden or patio floor, standing our brilliantly!After several decades' growth 'Mariken' may reach 3 to 5 feet high; after 10 years it will have achieved only about 2 feet in height…

  • Merlot Cercis canadensis Redbud Tree

    Merlot Cercis canadensis Redbud Tree

    Plant Patent Applied For.An improvement in nearly every way over older varieties, this North CarolinaState University introduction offers handsome glossy foliage on a semi-upright habit withexcellent branching, very heavy flowering, and superb heat tolerance.Brilliant lavender-magenta blooms cover the tree over several weeks, followed by dense, small purple foliage that keeps its color all season. The color is rich and true, refusing to fade even where summers are warm!Use 'Merlot' as a specimen or part of a group, even in urban settings. A hybrid of 'Texas White' x 'Forest Pansy,' it reaches about 12 to 15 feet high and wide. And…

  • Metasequoia glyptostroboides Dawn Redwood Tree

    Metasequoia glyptostroboides Dawn Redwood Tree

    If you have the space to grow the Dawn Redwood, you owe it not only to yourself but to the neighborhood and the larger landscape to grow this exceptional ancient tree.once blanketed North America (some 35 million years ago), but vanished long, long ago. It was believed to be extinct worldwide until 1943, when Zhan Wang discovered a grove in China. Thanks to seedling distribution by Harvard's Arnold Arboretum and the dedication of plantsmen around the world, specimens of this magnificent tree are now available for home gardens.Dawn Redwood is a deciduous conifer with fresh green foliage and small, scaly…

  • Meyer Improved Citrus Lemon Tree

    Meyer Improved Citrus Lemon Tree

    Grow lemons on the patio and enjoy the sight and scent of indoor winter blooms with this container-sized Lemon tree! Compact enough even for urban balconies and limited-space gardens, 'Meyer Improved' will begin bearing large, juicy, thick-skinned fruit at an early age and just keep producing!Even if there were no fruit at all, this evergreen would be attractive enough to grow as an ornamental. The leaves are lush and glossy, the small white flowers (arising indoors in late winter, just when the house needs some color and scent!) are intensely fragrant, and the habit is upright and well branched. Depending…

    Grow lemons on the patio and enjoy the sight and scent of indoor winter blooms with this container-sized Lemon tree! Compact enough even for urban balconies and limited-space gardens, 'Meyer Improved' will begin bearing large, juicy, thick-skinned fruit at an early age and just keep producing!Even if there were no fruit at all, this evergreen would be attractive enough to grow as an ornamental. The leaves are lush and glossy, the small white flowers (arising indoors in late winter, just when the house needs some color and scent!) are intensely fragrant, and the habit is upright and well branched. Depending…

  • Mikawa Yatsubusa Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Mikawa Yatsubusa Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Considered one of the top 3 varieties in the world for bonsai, beautiful 'Mikawa Yatsubusa' is a naturally dwarf, layered little tree with tight branching. If left alone, it will reach about 5 feet high and wide within a decade, and stays much smaller if root-trimmed for bonsai!What makes 'Mikawa Yatsubusa' so distinctive is the way in which the leaves are held. Deeply lobed and quite elongated, they arise in tufts, overlapping one another, as if fanned out for display. This creates little canopies on every branch, a very striking effect.In spring, the new foliage unfurls in shades of yellow-tinted…

  • Milky Way Cornus kousa var. chinensis Dogwood Tree

    Milky Way Cornus kousa var. chinensis Dogwood Tree

    There may not really be as many blooms on this tree as there are stars in the 'Milky Way', but it would be close! Very abundantly blooming over a long late spring and early summer season, this hard-to-find Chinese Dogwood is a treasure deserving of the best site in your landscape. Every season brings fresh beauty from this tree, and you will never tire of admiring its virtues.The flowers are creamy-white and simply everywhere, appearing to weigh down the slightly downturned branches. They are followed by masses of red berries that birds find irresistible, persisting from late summer through autumn,…

  • Monument Carpinus betulus Hornbeam Tree

    Monument Carpinus betulus Hornbeam Tree

    'Monument' is a natural dwarf selection of the European Hornbeam. Very slow-growing, this cultivar offers dense, attractive foliage on an upright, pyramidal habit. Ideal for small gardens, it sports bright butter-yellow autumn leaves.At full maturity, 'Monument' is no more than 8 to 9 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide. After about a decade's growth, expect it to have achieved just 3 to 4 feet in height and about 2 feet in width. Amazing!Content in any well-drained soil, this Dwarf European Hornbeam is easy to grow and veryshowy in garden or container. Introduced by Viva Nord in Italy. Zones…

  • Moonstone and Olympiad 36-inch Tree Rose

    Moonstone and Olympiad 36-inch Tree Rose

    Like something out of a fairy tale, our new enchanting Blended Beauty tree roses are ready to bring storybook charm to your garden! Combining two different roses on one tree, they offer blooms that are of a matching size and style, yet create captivating contrast. Each pairing is carefully selected to provide an incredible display throughout the year. Try a single Blended Beauty as a mesmerizing stand-alone planting or line a driveway or walkway with several, and you?ll soon be spellbound by the beautiful parade of color!Olypmiad™, a 1984 AARS award winner, is truly one of the reddest of red…

  • Nagami Citrus Kumquat Tree

    Nagami Citrus Kumquat Tree

    Who would guess that this modest little fruit tree has the ability to transform your patio into a fragrant, colorful oasis--or perfume your home deliciously year-round? Ideal for container growth everywhere in the U.S., 'Nagami' is the ultimate potted fruit tree--easy to grow, evergreen, fragrant, and heavy bearing!The small, oval leaves are evergreen on this well-branched tree, and the bright orange fruit is about 2 to 3 inches long. Very sweet, it makes a good flavoring for sauces, or may be eaten fresh off the branch! And outdoors this tree blooms heavily in spring, while inside it will flower intermittently…

    Who would guess that this modest little fruit tree has the ability to transform your patio into a fragrant, colorful oasis--or perfume your home deliciously year-round? Ideal for container growth everywhere in the U.S., 'Nagami' is the ultimate potted fruit tree--easy to grow, evergreen, fragrant, and heavy bearing!The small, oval leaves are evergreen on this well-branched tree, and the bright orange fruit is about 2 to 3 inches long. Very sweet, it makes a good flavoring for sauces, or may be eaten fresh off the branch! And outdoors this tree blooms heavily in spring, while inside it will flower intermittently…

  • Navel Orange Tree

    Navel Orange Tree

  • Negronne Fig Tree

    Negronne Fig Tree

    Add a Mediterranean flair to the patio, walkway, or any sunny spot with this naturally dwarf, entirely self-fertile Fig. Just 8 to 10 feet tall (smaller if grown in a container) and spreading, it boasts large, attractive lobed leaves and full-sized fruit of incomparable flavor. All the bounty of a full-sized tree, yet compact enough to be grown on an urban balcony!'Negronne' bears one crop in midsummer (usually late July), then another in late September. In addition to keeping you in fresh figs for months on end, the sweet fruit lures every bird in the neighborhood to your garden, where…

  • Olympiad 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Olympiad 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    This 1984 AARS award winner is truly one of the reddest of red Roses, from its early urn-shaped buds to its final flash of glory. The fully double, 4- to 5-inch flowers are long stemmed and long-lasting, with a light, fruity fragrance. They're ideal for the vase, but also hold their color beautifully in the garden and resist spotting as they mature.Olympiad™ has a vigorous upright habit with gray-green foliage. You'll find it to be low on maintenance needs, thanks to its excellent disease resistance.Generously proportioned to bear a 3' diameter ball of blooms, this tree rose offers a formal,…

  • Pendula Bruns Picea omorika Weeping Serbian Spruce Tree

    Pendula Bruns Picea omorika Weeping Serbian Spruce Tree

    A dramatic exclamation point for any sunny garden, the Weeping Serbian Spruce is simply breathtaking year-round with its elegant columnar form, slightly twisted, pendulous branches, and two-tone foliage of green and silver. Create a unique accent or unforgettable landmark with this rare and very choice Conifer!New spring foliage of pale green stands out brilliantly among the mature blue-green needles with silvery undersides. By summer the new foliage is dark green-blue, very finely textured and elegant on branches that slightly twist and contort, held downward in dense layers above smooth brick-red bark. Unique and arresting!'Pendula Bruns' adds only 6 to 10…

  • Pendula Salix caprea Weeping Pussy Willow Tree

    Pendula Salix caprea Weeping Pussy Willow Tree

    Absolutely breathtaking, this spectacular small weeping tree is the female form of the Kilmarnock Willow. It makes the perfect small-space specimen or accent planting in any moist to wet soil.Discovered on the banks of the River Ayr sometome before 1853, and introduced by Scottish nurseryman Thomas Lang, this Weeping Pussy Willow offers graceful, pendulous branches clothed in silky silver catkins that appear in early spring before the shiny foliage. The branches cascade beautifully right down to the ground around a slender trunk.Ideal for small gardens, its graceful form, foliage and flowers provide year-round interest. Expect it to reach just 6…

  • Picea abies pendula Weeping Norway Spruce Tree

    Picea abies pendula Weeping Norway Spruce Tree

    Among the most unusual of Norway Spruce cultivars, this irregularly shaped tree is amenable to being trained into any form from a prostrate groundcover to an upright pyramidal accent. Its weeping, spreading branches are densely set with short, stiff green needles that add evergreen interest to the garden.Left to its own devices, 'Pendula' will illustrate its name by growing in a spreading fashion across the garden floor, no more than 3 feet off the ground and very sprawling and dense. This can be useful if you wish to grow it to cascade over a wall or other barrier. However, most…

  • Picea glauca pendula Weeping White Spruce Tree

    Picea glauca pendula Weeping White Spruce Tree

    Rediscovered" in 1982 by plantsman Jean Iseli at the Morton Arboretum in Illinois, this Weeping White Spruce caught his attention for its formal, narrow, conical shape and pendulous, stiffly held, dangling branches with light gray- or blue-green foliage. Iseli was well-known for his efforts in the 1980's to bring the joy of dwarf conifer-growing to home gardeners, and this lovely specimen is a perfect example of the appeal of these long-lived trees!Growing approximately one foot a year to reach a height of about 10 feet after 10 years, 'Pendula' bears highly pendulous limbs with ¾-inch needles tightly bunched on slim…

  • Pink Frost Illicium floridanum Anice-tree Shrub

    Pink Frost Illicium floridanum Anice-tree Shrub

    Plant Patent #21,287. A splendid variegated selection of our native evergreen shrub, 'Pink Frost' sports creamy edged leaves held up and out on bushy, well-branched plants. In spring the new foliage is tinted pink instead of cream, and in the cold fall weather the entire leaf turns pink, right down to its deep red stem! Maroon spring flowers complete the appeal of this fragrant, fuss-free shade lover. Drought tolerant and unappetizing to deer. Zones 6-9.

  • Pink Heartbreaker Cercis canadensis Redbud Tree

    Pink Heartbreaker Cercis canadensis Redbud Tree

    Plant Patent Applied For.(Syn. 'Pennsylvania Pride Pink Heartbreaker.') This weeping Redbud is just about the most elegant garden accent you can imagine, whether seen during its spring bloom or as a bare silhouette in winter! Much more dependably upright and better branched than the popular 'Covey,' it's a whole new day for weeping Cercis!'Pink Heartbreaker' flowers in earliest spring, before the foliage appears, on upright shrubs with a strong central leader and nicely tiered branching. The flowers are tiny, richly colored a bright shade of lavender-pink, and very profuse. 'Pink Heartbreaker' is a landmark that will be spotted from down…

  • Pope John Paul II 24-inch Tree Rose

    Pope John Paul II 24-inch Tree Rose

    This elegant rose is the showpiece of the Vatican private garden, and now can be grown in yours as well! Among the finest white roses ever, it produces pure, luminous white, lavishly petaled blossoms with a delightful fresh citrus fragrance. This exceptional new Hybrid Tea has received top ratings for its powerful scent, vigorous growth, superior disease resistance, and perfect bloom form.Our 24" patio tree roses are heavy-blooming roses grafted onto a top-quality standard. More compact than the traditional 36" size, they are ideal for today's smaller gardens, as well as for containers of all types. Make a bold statement…

  • Prostrate Beauty Cedrus deodora Deodar Cedar Tree

    Prostrate Beauty Cedrus deodora Deodar Cedar Tree

    A very choice selection of the prostrate Deodar Cedar, this splendid little conifer begins nearly flat, then acquires a central leader which, if you leave it unpruned, adds a bit of height and depth to the display. A fast-growing, drought-tolerant evergreen that makes a great groundcover, container standout, or accent.In spring, soft new needles of blue-green emerge, eventually turning a rich green but keeping their silky texture. The habit is low and spreading, uniquely beautiful when growing down a slope or hill. Lovely winter interest is assured with this quick-growing groundcover or spreader.Found in 1979 at Iseli Nursery, this cultivar…

  • Purple Prince Lily Tree®

    Purple Prince Lily Tree®

    Large, luscious blooms cover our statuesque Lily Trees in midsummer. Wonderfully fragrant and amazingly easy to care for, these dramatic plants are perfect for anchoring a border or backyard cutting garden. Visually stunning along a fenceline, too. Bright green foliage adds to the spectacular display. Grows 3-4' the first year and up to an amazing 6-8' at maturity, with an 8-12" spread. 14-16 cm bulbs. Zones 3-10 Lilium ‘Purple Prince’

  • Purpurea Tricolor Fagus sylvatica Beech Tree

    Purpurea Tricolor Fagus sylvatica Beech Tree

    This splendid tree is worthy of designing your entire garden around, so lovely is it year-round -- and so different in every season! The spring foliage is pink-edged purple, the summer a solid, glossy purple, and the fall a brilliant maroon-red! In winter, the smooth gray bark stands out against the dull browns and blacks of other tree trunks. Absolutely stunning!You will love (and probably begin collecting and pressing!) the3 -inch-long, 2-inch-wide leaves. New spring foliage simply glows, its deep rose to pinkish border jagged and unique from leaf to leaf. By summer, the variegation has vanished, replaced by deep…

  • Raspberry Blanket™ 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Raspberry Blanket™ 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    This gorgeous tree rose will bring a fountain of color to the landscape! Violet-red to deep pink blooms with yellow stamens are so immediately eye-catching, you'll probably have every passerby stopping to ask what they are. And once you're up next to them, the mild, spicy fragrance adds to the appeal of these brilliant 2-3" flowers! Set against glossy, dark green foliage, the blooms put on a wonderful show, repeating often over a long season. Showing some drought tolerance and heat resistance, this rose needs no pampering to provide tons of bold color!Generously proportioned to bear a 3' diameter ball…

  • Red Ribbons 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Red Ribbons 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    'Red Ribbons' is a fabulous parade of brilliant color for the sunny garden. Willing to repeat all season, covering itself in clusters of eye-catching crimson, it is a joy whether alongside other roses or in solitary splendor.Introduced in 1990 by Kordes of Germany, this rose immediately gained attention for its superb disease resistance and spirited color. The scent isn't much to write home about, but these 2½-inch semi- to fully double blooms really have an impact, even from across the garden. They begin in early summer in most climates, and continue intermittently all season long.Generously proportioned to bear a 3'…

  • Red Rocket® Crape Myrtle Crapemyrtle Tree

    Red Rocket® Crape Myrtle Crapemyrtle Tree

    Plant Patent #11,342. Cultivar Name: 'Whit IV'.Red Rocket® is a delightful small tree for every season, with new red foliage for spring, huge clusters of cherry-red blossoms for summer, and more blooms plus bright orange foliage for fall! Disease-resistant and easy to grow, it's the Crapemyrtle you've been looking for.When this tree leafs out in spring, the new leaves are an eye-catching crimson before turning green for summer. The blooms arise in early summer, erupting from fat round buds into giant 8-inch clusters crammed with attention-getting red color. They last for several weeks, only to return in autumn for another…

  • Royal Purple Smoketree

    Royal Purple Smoketree

    In early spring new foliage is a warm burgundy-red color that deepens to rich purple as the summer months begin. Wispy plumes of purple flowers form soft clouds among the leaves for a stunning midsummer display. Grows 10-12' tall and wide. Ships in a 4" pot. Zones 5-8 Cotinus coggygria ‘Royal Purple’

  • Ruby Falls Cercis canadensis Redbud Tree

    Ruby Falls Cercis canadensis Redbud Tree

    Plant Patent Applied ForHas there ever been a more beautifully ornamental weeping Redbud? Bred from stellar parents -- 'Covey' x 'Forest Pansy' -- 'Ruby Falls' is a breathtaking dwarf weeping-habit specimen, compact, elegantly formed, and ready to steal the spotlight from every other neighboring plant in your landscape!The blooms arise before the foliage in spring, deep lavender flowers on bright red stems and bracts. Very showy, they remain for several weeks before being joined by glossy, heart-shaped maroon-red leaves held on pendulous branches close to the central stem of the tree.As spring turns to summer, the foliage turns dark green…

    Plant Patent Applied ForHas there ever been a more beautifully ornamental weeping Redbud? Bred from stellar parents -- 'Covey' x 'Forest Pansy' -- 'Ruby Falls' is a breathtaking dwarf weeping-habit specimen, compact, elegantly formed, and ready to steal the spotlight from every other neighboring plant in your landscape!The blooms arise before the foliage in spring, deep lavender flowers on bright red stems and bracts. Very showy, they remain for several weeks before being joined by glossy, heart-shaped maroon-red leaves held on pendulous branches close to the central stem of the tree.As spring turns to summer, the foliage turns a deeper…

  • Ryusen Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Ryusen Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Plant Patent #18,501.At last, a true weeping Japanese Maple! 'Ryusen' boasts a magnificent weeping habit with strong, pendulous branches bearing palmately divided leaves of bright green. It's a whole new look for the family!Train 'Ryusen' to desired height until it forms a sturdy trunk, or let it weep over a wall, espalier it, or let it decorate your favorite arbor or arch. The cascading branches are wonderfully versatile, so you can find just the right spot in any landscape for this exciting introduction!The foliage on this slow grower turns brilliant shades of golden-orange and bright red in autumn. More heat-…

  • Scentimental 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Scentimental 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Plant Patent #10,126. Cultivar name: 'WEKplapep'. If you're new to gardening, Scentimental™ is an excellent first rose to grow. Very long-blooming, it is much more tolerant of adverse conditions than most, blooming freely all summer. And such blooms! No two are just alike, and all are beautiful, with very unusual burgundy stripes and splashes on crisp white petals. Unbeatable for scent, color, and garden performance!The winner of a 1997 All American Rose Selection, this Tom Carruth hybrid boasts big blooms, 4 inches across and sporting a petal count of 25 to 35. High-centered and beautifully held against dark green foliage,…

  • Scentimental 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Scentimental 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Plant Patent #10,126. Cultivar name: 'WEKplapep'. If you're new to gardening, Scentimental™ is an excellent first rose to grow. Very long-blooming, it is much more tolerant of adverse conditions than most, blooming freely all summer. And such blooms! No two are just alike, and all are beautiful, with very unusual burgundy stripes and splashes on crisp white petals. Unbeatable for scent, color, and garden performance!The winner of a 1997 All American Rose Selection, this Tom Carruth hybrid boasts big blooms, 4 inches across and sporting a petal count of 25 to 35. High-centered and beautifully held against dark green foliage,…

  • Shima-Nishiki Japanese Tree Peony

    Shima-Nishiki Japanese Tree Peony

    Imported directly from Japan by Spring Hill, Shima-Nishiki is Japanese for ‘fire flame.’ And this uniquely colored tree peony certainly lives up to its name. Large, semi-double white blooms with fiery red streaks measure 7-9" across! Very long-lived, it will bloom for a lifetime each spring! Mature tree grows 4-5' tall with a 3' spread and often will produce over 100 blooms per season. 1-year grafted bareroot tree. Paeonia suffruticosa ‘Shima- Nishiki’ Height: 4-5' Zones: 3-8 Bloom Time: Spring Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

  • Shindeshojo Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Shindeshojo Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Absolutely the finest Japanese Maple we have ever seen for spring foliage, 'Shindeshojo' begins the year by unfurling tiny leaves of brilliant crimson. This color holds well during spring, then turns a pink-tinted green for summer, and finally assumes a muted shade of orange-red in autumn. Create a second season of Japanese Maple interest in your garden with this fine spring standout.A very slow-growing dwarf, 'Shindeshojo' reaches just 10 to 15 feet tall and 15 to 20 feet wide at maturity, or may be trimmed for bonsai. It is a superb container choice, and makes a splendid specimen, with its…

    Absolutely the finest Japanese Maple we have ever seen for spring foliage, 'Shindeshojo' begins the year by unfurling tiny leaves of brilliant crimson. This color holds well during spring, then turns a pink-tinted green for summer, and finally assumes a muted shade of orange-red in autumn. Create a second season of Japanese Maple interest in your garden with this fine spring standout.A very slow-growing dwarf, 'Shindeshojo' reaches just 10 to 15 feet tall and 15 to 20 feet wide at maturity, or may be trimmed for bonsai. It is a superb container choice, and makes a splendid specimen, with its…

  • Shirazz Magnolia Tree

    Shirazz Magnolia Tree

    (Synonym 'Vulden.')Such a splendid new Magnolia, Shirazz™ is guaranteed to delight, with enormous blooms in rich colors, a very high bud count, and late bloomtime!Impressively large, tulip-shaped blooms of reddish burgundy sit atop the bare branches of this conical tree before the new foliage appears. As they open -- becoming wider and saucer-shaped as they mature -- the petals reveal gleaming white interiors. The overall effect is a two-tone play of color that is as beautiful as it is unusual from a Magnolia!Shirazz™ is very free-flowering, even from a young age. This New Zealand introduction also blooms late enough to…

  • Shishigashira Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Shishigashira Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Sometimes called Lion's Head Maple or Mejishi, 'Shishigashira' is an unusual, bold addition to a garden indeed! Its deeply curled and crinkled bright green leaves are held in close-knit bunches, adding to the interesting architectural shape of its branches. Spring brings small reddish-purple flowers, but the densely packed tufts of foliage often conceals them from view. Quite different from most Japanese Maples, 'Shishigashira' develops its fall color much later in the season and is one of the last to flaunt its golden orange and burnished crimson tones. Its ornamental appeal continues into the winter months as its bark takes on…

  • Slowmound Pinus Dwarf Mugo Pine Tree

    Slowmound Pinus Dwarf Mugo Pine Tree

    Pinus mugo Slowmound is a true dwarf Mugo Pine, propagated from root cuttings, which ensures uniform size and growth habit. Hardy and tolerant of adverse conditions, this tiny treasure reaches 10 to 12 inches tall and 14 to 18 inches wide. Our exceptional dwarf Conifers make splendid specimens in rock gardens and containers. Since they are exceedingly slow growers, a container planting will remain in scale for 5 years or more. These diminutive delights require full sun to afternoon shade (especially in the south), rich moist soil amended with sand or rock chips for drainage, and a location where the…

  • Soft Whisper Cream and Pink 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Soft Whisper Cream and Pink 24-inch Patio Tree Rose

    Be one of the few to grow this exquisite new hybrid tea! This Jackson & Perkins introduction is in very limited supply, so order today to reserve yours.'Soft Whisper' sets 4- to 5-inch blooms with uniquely pointed petals of light cream edged in delicate pink. They start arriving in early summer and continue right through fall.And as beautiful as these flowers are, they're just as fragrant, enticing you with a strong sweet honey, somewhat fruity scent-one bloom is enough to perfume an entire room!'Soft Whisper' is a great choice for a your favorite sunny spots, and with its fantastically fragrant…

  • Spring Grove® Thuja Arborvitae Tree

    Spring Grove® Thuja Arborvitae Tree

    Is your garden frequently visited by deer? Are they nibbling on your favorite plants and destroying all your hard work? If so, this fast-growing evergreen tree is just what you need! Spring Grove® has shown an excellent resistance to deer browsing, covering itself in glossy, dark green foliage that forms a tight pyramidal habit and maintaining its lovely color even in the cold winters of the Midwest.This Western Arborvitae is a great choice for many suburban locations, especially for gardeners looking to create a living privacy screen in a short period of time. Spring Grove® is also good for growing…

  • St. Patrick 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    St. Patrick 36-inch Patio Tree Rose

    These extraordinary clear yellow flowers grow increasingly green with age, creating a most unusual color!Hybridized by an amateur (weekend Rosarians, take heart!) from R. 'Brandy' x R. 'Gold Medal', 'St. Patrick' produces masses of perfectly formed, fully double flowers 4 to 5 inches wide. Plants thrive in the heat and humidity of the South!Delicately fragrant and boasting a petal count of 30 to 35, the blooms arise all summer and into fall.Best in full sun to light shade, this somewhat tender Rose needs winter protection in the North. An outstanding choice for cutting or exhibition.Generously proportioned to bear a 3'…

  • Steeplechase Thuja Evergreen Tree

    Steeplechase Thuja Evergreen Tree

    Plant Patent #16,094. You will LOVE Thuja 'Steeplechase', a new sport of our bestselling Thuja 'Green Giant'. 'Steeplechase' has a far more dense, full habit, with foliage far more feathery and finely cut, and a tip that emerges fully leafed out instead of shooting up a bare stem to fill in over time! 'Steeplechase' has a more narrow, well-branched, attractive habit that affords more privacy in less space than ever before!This quick-growing evergreen offers terrific tolerance of heat, humidity, drought, cold, and heavy ice and snow loads. Unpalatable to deer, it makes a terrific perimeter planting and even resists bagworms.…

    Plant Patent #16,094. You will LOVE Thuja 'Steeplechase', a new sport of our bestselling Thuja 'Green Giant'. 'Steeplechase' has a far more dense, full habit, with foliage far more feathery and finely cut, and a tip that emerges fully leafed out instead of shooting up a bare stem to fill in over time! 'Steeplechase' has a more narrow, well-branched, attractive habit that affords more privacy in less space than ever before!This quick-growing evergreen offers terrific tolerance of heat, humidity, drought, cold, and heavy ice and snow loads. Unpalatable to deer, it makes a terrific perimeter planting and even resists bagworms.…

  • Summer Chocolate Silk Tree

    Summer Chocolate Silk Tree

    Rare and elegant. Fernlike foliage is a rich burgundy-chocolate color. Pink and white blooms appear in small clusters and provide beautiful contrast to the foliage throughout the summer. Sometimes called a “sleeping tree,” its leaves fold in at night and during heavy rains. Ultimately reaches a height of 20-30'. Ships as 20-24" bareroot tree. Zones 6-10 Albizia julibrissin ‘Summer Chocolate’ PP13822

  • Summer Gold Cornus kousa Dogwood Tree

    Summer Gold Cornus kousa Dogwood Tree

    Plant Patent Applied ForWthout a doubt the most colorfully variegated Chinese Dogwood yet, 'Summer Gold' delights with golden-edged leaves in spring, flashes of pink on summer foliage, and autumn leaves of brilliant red! Add to this its creamy-white blooms, upright habit, and compact stature, and you have an exceptionally lovely all-season tree.In spring the new mid-green foliage unfurls with broad golden edges. Unlike many C. kousa cultivars, the leaves are not crinkled -- only pleasingly rippled, adding texture to the display. In mid-spring (in most climates), the beautiful foliage is complemented by masses of creamy-white blooms, which remain for weeks.The…

  • The Rising Sun™ Cercis canadensis Redbud Tree

    The Rising Sun™ Cercis canadensis Redbud Tree

    Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: 'JN2'The most brilliantly colored selection of the Eastern Redbud yet, this brand-new introduction offers spring foliage of deep apricot-orange, maturing to yellow and then speckled lime-green in summer, only to return to its rich golden tones for autumn. Coupled with abundant rosy-orchid blooms and vigorous yet compact growth, The Rising Sun™ is an absolute essential for the sunny garden.Before the tree leafs out in spring, abundant pea-like flowers of lavender-rose open all along the trunk and branches, remaining for several weeks. The foliage follows, heart-shaped and very richly colored. As the deep apricot of…

    Plant Patent 21,451. Cultivar name: 'JN2'The most brilliantly colored selection of the Eastern Redbud yet, this brand-new introduction offers spring foliage of deep apricot-orange, maturing to yellow and then speckled lime-green in summer, only to return to its rich golden tones for autumn. Coupled with abundant rosy-orchid blooms and vigorous yet compact growth, The Rising Sun™ is an absolute essential for the sunny garden.Before the tree leafs out in spring, abundant pea-like flowers of lavender-rose open all along the trunk and branches, remaining for several weeks. The foliage follows, heart-shaped and very richly colored. As the deep apricot of new…

  • Vulcan Magnolia Tree

    Vulcan Magnolia Tree

    Among the darkest red of any Magnolia ever introduced, 'Vulcan' is a knockout from 300 feet away! These huge blooms simply glow with rich, ruby-red color, darkening still further if the weather turns chilly! The young tree is slender and elegant, making a fine specimen, mass planting, or accent in the garden!The blooms of 'Vulcan' are fully 10 to 12 inches across, arising in early to mid-spring. You won't have to wait very long to begin enjoying them either, because this tree starts blossoming at a very young age! Vigorous and easy to grow, it reaches 15 feet tall and…

  • Washington Navel Orange Citrus Tree

    Washington Navel Orange Citrus Tree

    It's the dream of many a northern gardener -- to enjoy the sweet fragrance and luscious fruit of an orange tree in their very own landscape. Well, this dwarf Navel Orange makes that a reality, with its dwarf evergreen habit (suitable for containers) and ease of culture!You can grow this tree in the garden in zones 9-11, but for the rest of us, a container will be just fine. Set it outdoors from spring to frost, or give it the bright, direct sun of a big window. It will bring very fragrant white blooms and early-maturing, seedless fruit to your…

  • Weeping Pussy Willow Tree

    Weeping Pussy Willow Tree

    This beautiful tree has a strong weeping habit that will have branches reaching all the way to the ground. Unusual and hard to find, it is sure to be the highlight of your landscape. In late winter and early spring, this pussy willow tree is adorned with extra-large, silver-gray catkins which turn bright yellow and can last for nearly a month. This compact ornamental grows 4-5' high, an excellent size for accenting a small garden, front yard or patio area. Cut back to keep desired shape and size, Salix tolerates trimming well. Catkins create striking cut-flower bouquets and can be…

  • Wildfire Nyssa sylvatica Blackgum Tree

    Wildfire Nyssa sylvatica Blackgum Tree

    A glorious selection of our native Blackgum, 'Wildfire' regales you with bold red spring foliage that turns dark green for summer before burnishing an even more fiery shade of scarlet for fall! Guaranteed to be the best tree in your landscape for fall color, it also bears quantities of small black fruit (beloved by wildlife) and interesting furrowed gray bark for winter interest. Good leafspot resistance. Zones 4-9.