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Plants & Shrubs

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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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  • Beautybush

    Gray-brown bark on older stems exfoliates to give winter interest and appeal. Pale pink bell shaped flowers in early June, followed by brown hairy seeds that remain in irregular clusters into winter. Fall color reddish. Grows anywhere and prospers in dry, sandy poor soil. Bank or shrub border plant. Shade tolerant.

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  • Black Knight Butterfly Bush

    Striking dark purple flowers from July through September. A vigorous multi-stem plant for the perennial border. Good cut flower, attractive to butterflies. Easy to grow and loves full sun. This succulent cane shrub flowers on new growth and therefore is best pruned to the ground in the spring. Will die back in zone 5, but will regrow strongly from the roots.

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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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  • Blizzard Mockorange

    A selection from a seedling population of Philadelphus lewisii collected in Alberta, Canada, that has proven hardy to zone 3. It blooms in June for up to 4 weeks with single, white fragrant flowers borne in clusters. It forms a medium sized upright shrub that is tolerant of full sun. The name 'Blizzard' was chosen for both the profuse amount of spring bloom and the extreme winter hardiness of this fine plant. A COPF introduction.

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  • Bloomerang™®Lilac

    Enjoy classic lilac fragrance for months instead of weeks. A revolutionary new lilac, Bloomerang blooms in spring and then recurrently throughout summer. While traditional lilac varieties bloom for a few short weeks in spring, Bloomerang's fragrant flowers appear recurrently until frost. This compact, mounded variety fits easily into any landscape, and is ideal as a foundation planting or as part of the mixed border. You can even include it into perennial beds. (CPBRAF)

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  • Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon

    The latest addition to the Chiffon series from Dr. Roderick Woods of England. Exquisite blue flowers have a lacy center giving the bloom a semi-double appearance. 'Blue Chiffon' blooms profusely from July through September and makes a dramatic specimen plant in any sunny border. Introduced by Proven Winners® ColorChoice®.

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  • Bluecrop Blueberry

    A midseason blueberry. Considered by many to be the best all around variety for consistent yields, disease resistance, and high quality. It has an upright, open growing habit. One of the best garden blueberry varieties on the market today. Height 4-6'. Full sun. (Zone 4-7)

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  • Blueray Blueberry

    Midseason blueberry. A heavy producer of high quality large, powder-blue berries with outstanding dessert flavor. The beautiful rose-pink flowers turn bright white in full bloom. Foliage turns a burgundy color in the fall. Does particularly well in areas with hot summer or very cold winters. Upright and open growing habit. Height 5'. Full sun. (Zone 4-7)

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  • Boyne Raspberry

    ('Chief' x 'Indian Summer') Morden, Manitoba, Canada, 1960. Red, medium acid with aromatic flavor. Vigorous, erect and sturdy. Excellent for canning, freezing, and dessert. Very productive and extremely hardy.

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  • Bristol Black Raspberry

    Originated at the Geneva Ag. Exp. Station, New York in 1934. Fruit is black and large with attractive, fairly glossy skin. Flesh is firm. Berries have excellent quality, good flavor and ripen in mid-season. Good for canning and freezing. Canes hardy and vigorous. In Minnesota this variety is suggested for the southern third of the state.

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  • Buttercup Winterhazel

    Pendent racemes of mildly fragrant butter yellow blossoms hang from the graceful branches of this woodland shrub before the leaves emerge. Bright green, deep-veined foliage turns yellow in fall. Best planted in full sun to light shade, sheltered from wind and late season frosts. Excellent planted en masse or mixed in the shrub border next to Rhododendrons and azaleas. Native to Japan and Taiwan.

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