Forsythia suspensa is an upright, arching, deciduous shrub that puts on an outstanding display of spring yellow color. What we like most about this specimen is that it can be grown as an upright vase shaped flowering shrub similar to a crapemyrtle, which makes it a highly distintive and outstanding landscape specimen. It typically grows 6-10′ tall and as wide, but weeping branches may be trained on a support structure to grow somewhat taller as a woody vine. Golden 4-petaled flowers appear in profusion before the foliage in late winter to early spring, and it is one of the earliest blooming shrubs… a true harbinger of spring. Opposite, serrate, ovate, simple to trifoliate, medium green leaves (to 4″ long). This species is native to China and is one of the parents of the popular Forsythia x intermedia hybrids. USDA zones 5-9
Forsythia suspensa, ‘Weeping Forsythia’
A more vertical vase shaped forsythia that provides an outstanding spring display in a unique and different shape
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A precocious bloomer displaying very large 12" fragrant flowers in June. This is a dwarf variety of the straight Macrophylla, aka Big Leaf Magnolia
These Dogwood trees are unique with many deep pink flowers: bred to be more disease resistant, more drought resistant! Excellent for lawns and gardens! Because of the limited supply and its rarity, we limit one 'Rosy Teacups' specimen per order, please.
Kwanzan Cherry is an outstanding double petal Japanese flowering cherry that is highly-prized, and well known for its profuse and showy pink spring bloom. It is considered to be one of the most ornamental of the flowering cherries. It is well known for its showy pink blooms in late April/ May. It is a must-have for every landscape! It blooms later than the Yoshino, Okame, and other flowering cherry trees, and has those amazing full large Pink flowers. It is small enough to be a city tree or a tree for smaller spaces, and puts on an amazing show of pink beauty every spring. Order NOW before they bloom!
Eastern Redbud is an exceptional and beautiful early flowering tree that is highly revered for its beautiful flowers. It is well known for its stunning lavender-purple flowers that bloom in early spring. This specimen grows best in a location sheltered from high winds. It is an excellent flowering specimen tree that looks great in front of evergreens. You can't go wrong on planting several of these!
A small deciduous tree noted for its pendulous axillary racemes of yellow, wisteria-like flowers that bloom in spring. It is a beautiful tree, but as a word of caution if you have children around the seeds, stems and leaves are poisonous if eaten