A fairly rapid growing tree, red maple is a beautiful addition to the landscape. The showy red flowers appear in spring before the leaves open and put on a great show. Autumn brings outstanding shades of color. Red maple will perform best in partial shade and moist soils.
Grown from a Northern United States seed source. A fairly rapid growing tree, red maple is a beautiful addition to the landscape. The showy red flowers appear in spring before the leaves open and put on a great show. Autumn brings outstanding shades of color. red maple will perform best in partial shade and moist soils.
This very attractive plant is popular for its steel-blue foliage and fine textured twigs that are purplish in the winter, adding interest in the winter landscape. Good plant for wet areas or for stabilizing stream banks. Makes an attractive hedge.
'Flame' willow is an interesting plant for its dense branching habit, winter bark color of orange to red, and unusual curling of the branch tips. Excellent as a tall windbreak shrub or background plant, the foliage hangs on long after the leaves of other plants have fallen.
A female selection that is less than half the size of regular Ilex verticillata. Bright red fruits .50" in diameter, borne on 1/8 inch pedicels; stays on for months. Flowers are small and numerous. USDA release. 'Jim Dandy' needed for pollination. 1998 Cary Award Winner. 2004 Plants of Merit®.
Female selection offers multi-season interest with pure white flowers, dark green foliage and abundantly large, bright red fruit that that the birds will strip before winter. Fall and early winter provides stems ideal for floral or seasonal displays. Rounded habit creates a wonderful foundation plant, specimen or hedge. Southern Gentleman is needed for pollination. A selection by Gordie Bailey and introduced by Bailey Nurseries.
A compact selection of the ever-popular 'baileyi' red stem dogwood. Dark red winter stems, a non-suckering habit and compact form make this a beautiful addition to any garden. Developed by Mike Farrow of Holly Hill Nursery.
Firedance™ is similar to 'Isanti' yet has a much more compact, uniform habit. Our trials also show that Firedance™ has less foliar problems than the species. White spring flowers are replaced with white berries attractive to birds. Red-purple fall color. Tolerant of wet conditions and suitable for rain gardens. Discovered by Terry Schwartz of Bailey Nurseries.
A MNRC introduction. Cardinal Red Osier dogwood was selected for its bright red winter twig color. A hybrid dogwood that was developed by the University of Minnesota in 1986. NC-7 Trials top-performing plant. 2004 Plants of Merit®.
Selected for its naturally compact, bushy habit and vivid red stems, 'Baton Rouge' offers amazing year round interest for any landscape. White spring flowers are followed by white berries attractive to birds. Medium green foliage transforms to a brilliant reddish purple hue in autumn. Bright red stems of winter make a spectacular display. Selected as a sport of Cornus alba 'Elegantissima'.
Showy red stems accent the creamy-white and green foliage. Stem color lasts all year long, making this an ideal plant for both summer and winter landscapes. Also known as C. elegantissima. Pot under conditions of high humidity until growth is established.
A Bailey Nurseries introduction, this compact selection of variegated dogwood provides beautiful variegated foliage in summer and attractive red twigs in winter. Its finer textured, fuller, more compact form lends itself to use in smaller planting areas. (CPBR#1097, C®)