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  • Mohawk Viburnum

    This compact grower is noted not only for its fragrant, snowball-shaped, mid to late spring flowers but also for its dark green leaves which turn a brilliant orange-red in autumn. Red fruit persists throughout winter.

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  • Compact Koreanspice Viburnum

    One of the best dwarf viburnums available, it produces exceptionally dark green leaves with a nice spring show of large white flowers. Rounded, dense shrub with stiff, upright spreading branches.

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  • Cayuga Viburnum

    Produces abundant blooms with pink buds that open to white flowers in May. Dark green, shiny, medium textured foliage during summer. Rounded, dense shrub with stiff upright branches. An Egolf introduction.

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  • Emerald Triumph Viburnum

    Hardiness, looks and disease resistance make this shrub a winner. As if that wasn't enough, it's easy to grow and about as low maintenance as you can get. Tests indicate that it's pushing a true zone 3 hardiness level. White flowers shine against the deep green, glossy foliage and the red to black fruits extend the season of beauty. South of zone 4, the show goes on with bronze to dark red fall colors. A hybrid viburnum developed at the University of Minnesota in 1994. Pride of Kansas Plant Winner 2002.

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  • Silver Buffaloberry

    A thorny shrub with silvery new growth. Orange-red fruits used for fine jellies. Yellow-white flower. Edible berries that birds love. Xeriscape plant. Extremely drought, cold and alkaline tolerant. Needs both male and female plant to produce the beautiful fruit, only the female plants will produce fruit. Plants are unsexed.

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  • York Elderberry

    Perhaps the largest fruit and most productive of any cultivar. Plants are larger and fruit matures later than 'Adams'. Fruit set is normally improved when more than one cultivar is used, such as 'Adams'.

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  • Black Lace™ Elderberry

    A totally new type of elderberry. The dark purple, finely cut foliage has an exotic appeal usually found only in Japanese maples. Pink buds open to lacy white blossoms in May to June. Excellent specimen plant and also attractive in large containers. (CPBR 2633)

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  • Adams Elder

    White flowers in late June. Fruits, blue to black, in large clusters. Excellent for pies, jam and elderberry wine. Hardy native plant. Use in background and wildlife plantings. A clone of S. canadensis selected for its large fruit by William W. Adams of Union Springs, NY. Fruit set is normally improved when more than one cultivar is used, such as 'York'.

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  • Gro-Low Fragrant Sumac

    Excellent for mass beds and bank control, this low growing sumac has fragrant small yellow flowers in spring followed by velvety red fruit. The fall foliage is spectacular. Best when planted in full sun, plants should be cut back for best bud break. Please note that this variety is graded by the width of the plant not the height. Named 2009 Gold Medal Plant Award Winner by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.

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  • Fernleaf Buckthorn

    A handsome plant with cutleaf, fern-like foliage on an upright spreading plant. Good yellow fall color. Attractive small berries turn red in summer and mature to black in the fall. Fruits savored by birds.

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  • Canada Red Select Cherry

    Red leaf variety of native American chokeberry. Selected at Bailey Nurseries for its vigorous, uniform growth habit. Red fruits 1/3" in mid summer are favored by wildlife. Extremely hardy. Proper soil conditions are necessary for normal growth with this variety, pay special attention to good drainage and aeration.

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  • Beach Plum

    A round, dense shrub found normally on the East Coast along the shore. Has delicious fruit .5"-1" across that are dull purple in color and ripen in August. Fruits may be used for jams and jellies. Flowers are white, single or double and bloom in early May. Salt tolerant.

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