Plants

Integrating proven basic plant varieties with unique and harder to find specimens adds interest and individuality to your landscape. We specialize in larger size plant material so baby boomers like us can be around to see our investment mature. The other less obvious benefit of our larger plants stock is that, as opposed to a large number of small plants, fewer larger plants that are properly spaced help landscapes avoid looking over planted in years to come.

 

SPRING SPECIAL
Call and ask about our early spring tree planting special running from March 15 through April 15: Get 30% off our planting charge for all our larger size trees (2" to 4" diameter).

 


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Click on the links below to view examples of the tree and plant varieties that we use:
Trees
Patio, Porch and Deck Plants
Flowering Shrubs and Broadleaf Evergreens
 
Trees
       
 


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Ruby Horse Chestnut

 

Weeping Katsura

 

 

 

 

 
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Samaritan Dogwood

 

Winterking Hawthorn

       
 




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Magnolia Jane

 

Rivers Purple Beech

       
 
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Two of our favorite forms of Dwarf Blue Spruce: Sester (left) and St. Marys (right)

       
 

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Bald Cypress

 

Concolor Fur

       
 
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Row of Spruce and Fir in our Nursery

 

Dwarf Cembra Pine

       
 
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Concolor Fir

  Nursery Row of London Plane
 
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Patio, Porch, and Deck Plants
Exotics underplanted with annuals are gorgeous in pots and containers on your deck or patio. A small patio tree mixed with large perennials and annuals can offer a great perspective to your porch or patio. Cannas and Elephant Ears in containers give a lush tropical feel.

Note: hardy plants can be planted at summers end in the landscape, and most tropicals can go to a heated garage or indoor room if you want to save them.

       
 


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Parviflora Pine and ornamental grass

 

Espalier Dwarf Apple Tree

       
 
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Fall Mums in bloom

 

Merlot Sweetspire

       
 


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Pot of annuals at an entryway

 

A Tree Rose in a vase underplanted in annuals

   

 

 

 
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Teak bench and pot of annuals

 

Fall annuals

       
 
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Flowering Shrubs and Broadleaf Evergreens
       
 


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Rhododendron (small leafed)

 

Large Leaf Rhododendron

       
 


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Green Velvet Boxwood

 

Pachysandra Ground Cover and Shady Annuals

       
 
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Hydrangea Tardiva

 

Oakleaf Hydrangea

       
 
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  Fragrant Viburnum - mature size   Fragrant Viburnum - in bloom
       
 
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Contoneaster Apiculata

  Deciduous Holly
       
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