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  • Northern Belle Sweetbay Magnolia

    'Northern Belle' Sweetbay Magnolia has larger than normal, fragrant, creamy white flowers that appear in June and July. Evergreen foliage and excellent cold tolerance make 'Northern Belle' an exceptional Sweetbay Magnolia. Attractive red fruit has orange seeds in fall.

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  • Imperial® Honeylocust

    This strong, graceful, spreading variety has dainty, refined foliage of bright green that adds to its ornamental appeal. It is more compact than other honeylocusts, and prefers sun or light shade. A thornless cultivar, it is mostly seedless, however, it will develop some pods.

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  • First Editions® Candy™ Coralberry

    For gardeners who are on the lookout for shrubs that provide winter interest after most flowers and leaves are gone, Snow Berries rate high on the list. Plump, candy-pink berries ripen in early fall, as the last of summer's small pink flowers swell into pearls. As the leaves fall, each arching stem is adorned with decorative berries which remain on slender branches through winter. The perfect plant for the winter garden, these compact forms are suitable for a more prominent place in the front border. Snow Berries are especially beautiful with a light dusting of snow.

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  • Hancock Coralberry

    A low spreading plant that makes an excellent groundcover, bank holding shrub, or front plant in a shrub border. Numerous rose-pink berries are attractive in fall. Sun or shade. NE GreatPlants® 2000 Winner. 2006 Plants of Merit®.

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  • Red Snowberry

    Purple-red berries persist through winter. Good in shade or sun and on bank plantings. A spreading shrub with slender arching branches. Flowers are yellow-white, flushed rose in June or July. Tolerant of most soils. Prune in early spring so current season's growth can produce flowers and fruit.

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  • First Editions® Firegold® Spirea

    Firegold® stands out because of its brilliant lemon-lime foliage. New growth is soft yellow changing to lemon, and finally to lime-green. White flowers, typical of the species, appear in spring along gracefully arching branches. The color is stable and at its most brilliant in full sun. This plant came to us from Denis Levac of Quebec.

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  • First Editions® Superstar™ Spirea

    This superstar is a branch sport of 'Froebelii', with a smaller more compact form. Foliage is deep green, showing off the stunning, scarlet red new growth to its best advantage. Pink blossoms grace the plant all summer long. The three-season appeal continues with an excellent bronze fall color. Discovered by Denis Levac of Quebec, Canada and introduced by Bailey Nurseries.

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  • Anthony Waterer Spirea

    Attractive rose-pink flowers in June and July. Also useful as a flowering hedge. Noted for long season of bloom in areas with a cool climate. We are only producing the Sapho strain which has eliminated the creamy variegation often observed in 'Anthony Waterer'.

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