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'.
A National Arboretum introduction with deep green foliage and dense, compact habit of growth. Abundant, yellow-white inflorescenses in spring followed by brilliant red fruit in fall that advances to black. Tolerant of hot, dry locations.
Dense glossy leafed shrub suitable for hedges in open or shady area. Small greenish flowers in April-May. Responsive to shearing. A Bailey Nurseries selection highly resistant to summer blight. Sun or shade.
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'.
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.
Excellent dwarf selection for smaller gardens. Mass in areas where the yellow stems in winter can be enjoyed. Effective in shrub borders where plants can be combined with evergreens or red twig dogwoods for interesting winter contrast. Small white flowers appear in spring, giving way to whitish, sometimes bluish fruit that is highly attractive to birds. (CPBRAF)
A small, shade tolerant tree, perfect for the wood's edge or under taller shade trees. 'Arnold Promise' is particularly desirable because of its consistent heavy crop of fragrant, yellow flowers in late February to mid-March. Plant in full sun to partial shade in moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil.
Profuse flower display and brilliant show of fruit each year. Darkest red blossom of any honeysuckle. Fragrant flowers in May followed by large bright red berries through June-July. Easily grown in reasonably well-drained soil. Sun or partial shade. Good for a shrub border. Xeriscape plant.
A beautiful cultivar from the University of British Columbia. Fragrant white flowers bloom in May followed by clusters of large, edible, dark purple-black berries which persist through the season. The leaves are a dark, glossy green all season long and put on an incredible fall color show of red and purple. Does well in full sun to part shade and is tolerant of most soil types. Aronia berries can be eaten fresh, used for baking, jams, juice and wine.
This native shrub produces edible nuts in clusters of 2 to 4. This large rounded plant is great for naturalizing the landscape. The pest-free dark purple summer foliage develops a burgudy fall color. Sun to partial shade.
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.
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.