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Plants & Shrubs

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  • Wendy Strawberry

    Wendy is a hardy, productive early June-bearing strawberry. Large, glossy red, wedge-shaped to conic berries are firm with bright red flesh and excellent flavor. Resistant to powdery mildew and red stele. (Zone 3-8)

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  • Weston's Innocence Azalea

    A vigorous azalea with small white fragrant flowers in late June, well after most azaleas have finished blooming. Habit is upright and spreading, becoming mounded with age. Medium green foliage is slightly glossy with a bronze cast, turning a beautiful burgundy-red in autumn. Prefers slightly acidic soil.

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  • Weston's Lemon Drop Azalea

    Extend the bloom season in your woodland garden with this large deciduous azalea. Peach buds open to pale yellow flowers in late June, which hold up well in summer heat. Dusty blue-green foliage in summer changes to vivid hues of burgundy and yellow in fall. Prefers slightly acidic soil.

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  • Weston's Popsicle Azalea

    Extend the season with this stunning late blooming azalea. Flowers are wonderfully fragrant, dark pink with an orange flare and open in late June, well after most azaleas have finished flowering. A large, upright shrub with lustrous green foliage turning burgundy-red in autumn. Prefers slightly acid soil.

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  • White Lights Azalea

    'White Lights' resulted from a cross between R. prinophyllum and a white flowered Exbury hybrid. Flower buds are a pale delicate pink in the balloon stage. Upon initial opening the flowers have a pink tinge which fades at full bloom to give a virtually white appearance in the landscape. Flower buds are winter hardy at -35°F. From the University of Minnesota.

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  • Wine & Roses® Weigela

    A cultivar developed in the Netherlands, Wine & Roses® has incredibly dark burgundy-purple foliage which really sets off the rosy-pink flowers. An improvement over 'Java Red'. 2000 Gold Medal Plant Award winner. Zone 5-8 (Trial in zone 4). (CPBR 2642, C®)

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  • Witch Hazel

    Flowers have fragrant, yellow, ribbon-like petals, 1.5" in diameter and bloom in late fall about the time leaves drop. Does well in woods, shade and naturalized situations. In full sun and good soil will develop into a well rounded vase-shaped plant. Use in the shrub border or as screen plant.

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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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  • 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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