The traditional american holly known for its dark green Christmas leaves and red berries
Ilex opaca, ‘American Holly’
This is the traditional American holly known for its dark green Christmas leaves and red berries. American Hollie makes an excellent specimen tree as well as a formal hedge. It can be planted in a row, and be sheared to become a wall or privacy barrier.
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This is a brand new Cherry tree introduction this year, and we are very excited about it! We have been growing this new cherry specimen for 3 years now and are very impressed with its strong new vigorous growth, and improved resistance to insects and disease. We are one of a very few growers in the United States growing this very special tree variety. It is a deciduous upright tree with a spreading crown, reaching both a height and width of 25 - 30 feet after 30 years of growth. We find that it is very hardy, and has minimal problems with either insects and disease. It is most comparable to its female parent, Prunus x yedoensis Yoshino, except for its larger size and noticeably large pink flowers.
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
This is a hard-to-find 'very blue' spruce evergreen specimen that has been bred to display a very attractive light blue color when grown in full sun. They are 3'-4' size specimens now and are slower growing to offer that very striking blue color pretty much all year long. These are sourced from another trusted grower. Highly recommended tree!