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ABELIA x grandiflora 'Little Richard'
Very compact Abelia with glossy, vivid green foliage that takes on tangerine-pink tints in fall. Ideal for foundation planting under windows, the front of the shrub border or a low informal hedge plant. Evergreen or semi-deciduous where colder.
 
Abies concolor 'Blue Cloak', blue cloak fir
A beautiful blue small conifer which may only grow to a height of 8' to 10' after 10 years and not exceed 4' in width. Has a weeping habit.
 
Abies koreana 'Horstmann's Silberlocke', Korean Fir
Abies koreana 'Horstmann's Silberlocke', Horstmann's Silberlocke Korean Fir Up curved dark green needles reveal a contrasting bright silvery-white underside. Produces an abundance of large cones held upright along the branches. Grows slowly, developing into a beautiful specimen. Evergreen. Unusual needles curve upward and reveal their striking blue-white undersides, giving this fabulous plant gleaming color and textural effect of unusual beauty. It becomes full and upright. Rare & choice!
 
Abies nordmanniana 'Golden Spreader'
FIR, Abies nordmanniana 'Golden Spreader' Very nice for a low growing splash of color in part shade. This glowing yellow dwarf fir holds up well when other conifers can lose their luster.With its bright yellow cast this low growing, prostrate selection is a distinctive beauty for the winter garden.
 
Abies pinsapo 'Aurea', Aurea Spanish Fir
In the ornamental trade Golden Spanish Fir is a collectorís prize, known for its attractive, yellow needles that are rigid and tapered.. Also known as Aurea Spanish Fir Slow growing, compact, spreading when young, with soft curved blue-green needles. Becomes upright with age, making a handsome specimen.
 
Abies procera 'Glauca Nana', Noble Fir
Slow growing, compact, spreading when young, with soft curved blue-green needles. Becomes upright with age making a handsome specimen. ABIES procera 'Glauca Prostrata' Forms a low bush witA dwarf spreading variety of blue Noble Fir. Branches arching in different directions with powder blue foliage. Sometimes gets main leader.
 
ABIES PROCERA PROSTRATA, PROSTRATE BLUE NOBLE FIR
Forms a low bush with spreading branches and good blue foliage. One of the showiest plants in our garden
 
ACER GRISEUM, Paperbark Maple
ACER GRISEUM, paperbark maple Outstanding small tree, most useful as a specimen. Slow-growing, upright branching, with showy, cinnamon-colored peeling bark. A staff favorite
 
ACER JAP VITIFOLIUM, Full Moon Maple
The leaves on this irregular growing upright maple are Grape Leaf reminiscent of grape leaves. The fall color ranges from orange-yellow to bright red on an intermediate grower. One of Andrew's top choices.
 
ACER JAPONICA ACONITIFOLIUM, full moon maple
ACER JAPONICA ACONITIFOLIUM, full moon maple
 
ACER JAPONICA ACONITIFOLIUM (DANCING PEACOCK)
ACER JAPONICA ACONITIFOLIUM DANCING PEACOCK
 
ACER JAPONICA ED WOODS #2*
JAPANESE MAPLE
 
ACER JAPONICA GREEN CASCADE, Green Cascade Japanese Maple
ACER JAPONICA GREEN CASCADE, Green Cascade Japanese Maple Makes an exceptional landscape accent; may need staking when young to encourage weeping habit; keep moist as leaves tend to scorch in heat; brilliant yellow to orange/red fall color; attracts nesting birds; water more if grown in full sun
 
ACER JAPONICA RISING SUN
ACER JAPONICA RISING SUN, Japanese Maple Rising Sun
 
ACER PAL BIHOU, GOLDEN BARK JAPANESE MAPLE
Introduced by Masayoshi Yano in 1993 this exciting plant has become wildly sought after. 'Bihou translates to beautiful mountain range. Chartreuse new leaves appear edged in red before turning a more medium green for summer. Fall color is yellow sometimes blended with orange. The real interest happens in winter when the bark turns orange - yellow and glows. 'Bi hou' is an outstanding addition to the winter garden and can be paired with 'Sango kaku' or other similar trees to create a more dramatic effect. Red buds provide even greater appeal, contrasting to the bright yellow bark. 'Bihou' is very fast growing and vase shaped when young. 10 year size: Height: 12-15 Feet Width: 8-10 Feet
 
ACER PAL DIS SPRING DELIGHT*
Spring Delight is a wonderful lace leaf weeping maple. This cultivar is truly a Spring Delight with the green leaves edged in red. After the reddish tones disappear the color is solid green in the summer turning to orange and red in the fall. . A strong growing cascading maple, Spring Delight can reach 5? tall and wide in 10 years. This maple an be grown in the garden or in a patio container.
 
ACER PAL RUSLYN-IN-THE-PINK
Sometimes referred to as the 'Pink Forsythia', because of its early pink, forsythia-like flowers that appear before the leaves in early April. Flowers quickly fade to white. Grows 3 to 5' tall with an equal spread and is valued for its early, pink bloom. One of the few shrubs in bloom when we open in early April, so itís the focus of lots attention from nursery visitors. Benefits from a hard pruning after flowering. Easy in most soils, but full sun to light shade yields the best bloom. Zone 5.
 
ACER PAL SANGO KAKU
CORAL BARKAn outstanding plant for winter interest, with bright 'coral bark' (Sango) which glows from 1/4 mile away! A medium growing tree to 12' by 18' in 15 or 20 years, it is an excellent plant for the corner of a house, or as a lawn specimen. Needs winter wind protection here. Kaku translates to: 'squarish'.
 
ACER PAL TSUKUSHI GATA RED
This is a rare maple with wonderful qualities. Its leaves are deep purple-red and the seed sets are chartreuse. Leaf veins, petioles and stems add contrast with a light green to red color on almost star shaped foliage. One of the best varieties for its color, forming a round topped small tree to 12 or 15'.
 
ACER PALMATUM AKA SHIGITATSU SAWA,Japanese Maple
ACER PALMATUM AKA SHIGITATSU SAWA,Japanese Maple
 
ACER PALMATUM ATROLINEARE,Ribbon-leaf Japanese
Spring red leaves give way to green foliage on this large shrub to 10'. Part of the linearilboum group, they are sought for their very narrow lobes that give the plant awispy look. Contrasts nicely with bolder maple plantings and conifers.
 
ACER PALMATUM BENI HIME, BENI HIME JAPANESE MAPLE
Dwarf tree with very small palmate leaves. The pinkish or orange-red color seems to glow. Its diminutive size should make for interesting companion plantings in the landscape. Best in full sun.
 
ACER PALMATUM BENI KOMACHI, BENI KOMACHI JAPANESE MAPLE
A dwarf Japanese maple that reaches only 4'. The leaves have a very fine texture overall. Early growth is a bright crimson red becoming infused with green but retaining a red margin. Rich scarlet in fall. Beni translates to 'red' and Komachi is a nickname for 'nice or cute'.
 
ACER PALMATUM KATSURA, KATSURA JAPANESE MAPLE
An upright, vase shaped form with yellow-orange new growth in spring, gradually turning green in summer, and becoming bright yellow in fall. Grows 12-15' tall and is one of the most beautiful of all Japanese Maples.
 
ACER PALMATUM OSAKAZUKI, OSAKAZUKI JAPANESE MAPLE
Large, bright green leaves grace this famous cultivar. It has knockout red seeds in late summer followed by the most brilliant fall coloration of all cultivars-turning an intense crimson. Round topped, a hardy and sturdy grower reaching 15-20' at maturity. See the gorgeous specimen in our garden.
 
ACER PALMATUM PIXIE, PIXIE JAPANESE MAPLE
A new Japanese Maple with a narrow, upright habit, slow growing to15'. Lovely dark crimson foliage holds its color all through the summer. A real gem for a small area.
 
ACER PALMATUM RED PYGMY, RED PYGMY JAPANESE MAPLE
An outstanding plant for winter interest, with bright Coral Bark (Sango) which glows from 1/4 mile away! A medium growing tree to 12' by 18' in 15 or 20 years, it is an excellent plant for the corner of a house, or as a lawn specimen. Needs winter wind protection here. Kaku translates to: 'squarish'.
 
ACER PALMATUM ARAKAWA , ROUGH BARKED MAPLE
Easily grown in moist, organically rich, slightly acidic, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Grows well in sandy loams. May be grown in full sun in the northern parts of its growing range, but prefers some part afternoon shade in the southern parts (including St. Louis) of its growing range. New foliage may scorch in full sun locations in hot summers areas, particularly if soils are not kept consistently moist. Mulch helps retain soil moisture and keep roots cool. Site in locations protected from strong winds. Avoid hot and dry sites. Fertilize in spring before leaves emerge. Pruning is best kept to a minimum, but if needed should be done in late fall to mid winter. Spring or summer pruning often results in significant bleeding.
 
ACER PALMATUM BLOODGOOD, Bloodgood Japanese Maple
Outstanding red foliage on this slow growing small tree
 
ACER PALMATUM BONFIRE
The beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. Its dwarf cultivar 'Bonfire' (a.k.a. 'Seigai' and 'Akaji Nishiki') features small, palmate (hand-shaped) leaves that emerge bright red in spring, darken to bronze in late spring, mature to green in summmer, and finally turn brilliant orange and red in fall. The trunk is often twisted and its gray bark is attractive throughout the year. Branches are short and branchlets are softly drooping. For most effective growth this maple prefers a semi-moist acidic soil and part shade. It works well as a feature plant for the garden, in containers, and for bonsai.
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