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  • Yellow Ribbon Cedar

    A distinctive evergreen with a very narrow habit and showy, dense golden yellow foliage that maintains its color throughout the year. Thrives in humid conditions. A superb choice for use as an accent to brighten the landscape year-round. Works well for borders, a privacy screen, or any place where brilliant color is needed

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  • Gold Euonymus Canadale

    Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerates significant amounts of shade. Also tolerates a wide range of soils and soil conditions, except for wet ones. Established plants tolerate some drought. Good tolerance for urban conditions. Stems may root where they touch the ground. May be propagated by rooted stem cuttings. Good tolerance for urban conditions. Trim annually after flowering to maintain attractive shape. Inconspicuous, greenish-white flowers may appear in June.

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  • Green Mountain Boxwood

    Green Mountain Boxwood is a naturally deer-resistant evergreen shrub that makes for an excellent year-round hedge. The plant’s upright and naturally conical habit makes it popular both among topiary fans and those merely wanting a uniquely shaped border in their outdoor space

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  • Gold Thread Cypress

    With its mounding, golden foliage, gold thread cypress (Chamaecyparis pisifera "Filifera Aurea") adds color and interest to the garden. This coniferous shrub grows U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 through 8 and will tolerate the salt spray that can damage other plants in coastal areas.

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  • Weeping Hemlock

    This evergreen will provide your yard with color all year, while providing a spectacular unique look. The branches on this evergreen grow upwards, then curve towards the ground in a weeping display. The cascading branches create a mounded look, found on other deciduous weeping trees that lose their leaves.

    The weeping nature of this tree allows it to grow into the perfect elegant hedge, providing privacy from the neighbors. Other flowering trees and shrubs will pop against the green branches that gracefully brush the ground, the needles on the branches will also provide a textured backdrop, attracting the eyes of all your neighbors to your landscape.

    Due to the compact nature of this tree they can fit anywhere. Only growing 10 to 15 feet tall they make for the perfect accent tree. If left unpruned these trees can grow 15 to 30 feet wide, making them perfect to plant along boundaries as wind and noise screens.

    Weeping Hemlocks are extremely cold hardy. Winter temperatures and heavy snows won't harm this tree, plus its weeping branches provide refuge for wildlife in even the heaviest blizzards. These trees are also able to survive in a variety of poor soils, drought conditions, and wet yards. Once planted this weeping hemlock will provide beauty for generations.

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  • Tradition Pink Azalea

    Very heavy bloomer with medium pink flowers that make a wonderful spring show. Flowers are backed by tiny evergreen foliage on a low spreading form.

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  • Asiatic Lily Matrix Golden

    Asiatic Lilies are easy dependable perennials that put on a great show in the early summer border. They are excellent for cutting and a great choice for tubs or mixed containers. All the Matrix varieties are genetically the same so they will bloom at the same time and have an identical height. 60-70 days to flower. Golden yellow flowers speckled in center.

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  • Sonic Bloom® Red Weigela

    The lipstick red flowers are remarkable enough to make this a choice selection, but a burst of flowers in May followed by waves of rebloom until frost make it a must-have shrub. Deadheading is not needed to keep the plant blooming.

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  • Big Daddy Hosta

    Described as one of the best large blue hostas available, 'Big Daddy' forms a very large mass of thick, chalky blue leaves.  The rounded leaves become cupped and puckered when mature.  Heavy substance helps to make this hosta more slug resistant.

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  • Blackhawks Big Bluestem

    Selection of a tough native prairie grass with interesting color variation. Black Hawks true colors begin in the cool nights of late summer as it begins to tinge red. This continues to darken through purple to a full black by the end of September.

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