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  • ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY Quick View
    • ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY Quick View
    • ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY
    • Allegheny Serviceberry is a beautiful native tree that is one of the parents for the popular Apple Serviceberry. Clusters of bright white flowers bloom in the spring. Leaves emerge copper and mature to medium green. Fall color is a mix of reds, oranges, and yellows. Flowers develop into edible purple fruits in June, and are loved by birds. Bark is…
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  • APPLE SERVICEBERRY Quick View
    • APPLE SERVICEBERRY Quick View
    • APPLE SERVICEBERRY
    • Apple Serviceberry is a large, graceful tree with four season interest. It is a native hybrid between the Allegheny and Downy Serviceberries. Clusters of bright white flowers bloom in the spring. Medium-green leaves turn attractive shades of red and orange in the fall. Flowers develop into edible purple fruits that are loved by birds. Smooth gray bark and irregular growth…
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  • ARMSTRONG GOLD MAPLE Quick View
    • ARMSTRONG GOLD MAPLE Quick View
    • ARMSTRONG GOLD MAPLE
    • Armstrong Gold is an improved cultivar of the parent 'Armstrong' exhibiting a more reliable, compact, less leggy growth habit. Its columnar form makes it an ideal tree for narrow planting sites. Foliage is quite dense on this tree and has a beautiful orange-gold fall show.
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  • ARMSTRONG RED MAPLE Quick View
    • ARMSTRONG RED MAPLE Quick View
    • ARMSTRONG RED MAPLE
    • Armstrong Red is a Freeman Maple cultivar with a narrow, upright growth pattern. Tiny red flower clusters bloom in early spring, and give way to medium-green leaves with silvery undersides. These leaves turn an attractive red-orange in the fall. Bark is silvery-gray when young. Tolerant of many soil conditions, this is a good tree for boulevards, along property lines, or…
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  • AUTUMN BLAZE FREEMAN MAPLE Quick View
    • AUTUMN BLAZE FREEMAN MAPLE Quick View
    • AUTUMN BLAZE FREEMAN MAPLE
    • Autumn Blaze is a rapid-growing Freeman Maple cultivar that can tolerate drought and clay soils once established. It develops strong branching and an upright, oval growth pattern. Tiny red flower clusters develop into seeds (samaras) that are sterile. Deep green leaves have silvery undersides, and turn bright red in the fall, and they keep their color longer than other maples.…
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  • AUTUMN FEST SUGAR MAPLE Quick View
    • AUTUMN FEST SUGAR MAPLE Quick View
    • AUTUMN FEST SUGAR MAPLE
    • Autumn Fest Sugar Maple has a faster growth rate than other Sugar Maple cultivars, and has a strong central leader. Deep green, palmate leaves turn brilliant shades of red and orange in the fall. Leaves can suffer from scorch during periods of drought. This is a hardy and adaptable tree that can grow in a wide variety of soil conditions…
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  • AUTUMN SPLENDOR HORSECHESTNUT Quick View
    • AUTUMN SPLENDOR HORSECHESTNUT Quick View
    • AUTUMN SPLENDOR HORSECHESTNUT
    • Autumn Splendor is a hybrid between Ohio Buckeye, Yellow Buckeye and Red Buckeye. Attractive panicles of cream-yellow flower clusters bloom in the spring after leafing, and may be visited by hummingbirds and orioles. Deep green, palmate leaves do not develop leaf scorch like other Horsechestnut and Buckeye species, and turns attractive shades of red in the fall. The shiny brown…
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  • BIG BLUESTEM Quick View
    • BIG BLUESTEM Quick View
    • BIG BLUESTEM
    • The state grass of Illinois, Big Bluestem once dominated the Midwestern prairies. It has a tall, upright growth habit. Blue-green foliage turns an attractive red-orange in the fall. Finger-like flowerheads are purple and give it the alternative name of Turkey's foot. Stems hold up in the winter, and the seeds are a good winter food source for birds. Big Bluestem's…
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  • BLACKHAWKS BIG BLUESTEM Quick View
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    • BLACKHAWKS BIG BLUESTEM
    • This unassuming native offers a dramatic end-of-season splash in the sunny landscape. A warm season grass, late spring brings upright blades of dark green, but as August nights begin to cool, the show starts. Foliage deepens to purple and by late September, it is nearly black. A late-season, 3-part bloom, gives this plant its alias 'Turkey Foot Grass'. Grows in…
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  • BLOODGOOD JAPANESE MAPLE Quick View
    • BLOODGOOD JAPANESE MAPLE Quick View
    • BLOODGOOD JAPANESE MAPLE
    • Bloodgood Japanese Maple is one of the most cold-hardy of the red-purple cultivars. It requires moist, rich soil high in organic matter. Maroon-red leaves retain their color throughout the summer, and add more red tones in the fall. A definite specimen tree, plant in a location sheltered from strong winds and full (afternoon) sun.
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  • BLUE FORTUNE HYSSOP Quick View
    • BLUE FORTUNE HYSSOP Quick View
    • BLUE FORTUNE HYSSOP
    • Plant in full sun in average, moist, well drained soil. It does not tolerate wet soils, and growth will be "stretched" if grown in too much shade. 'Blue Fortune' flowers all summer and into early fall. The leaves have a minty-anise scent and may be used for potpourris or to flavor summer drinks. Hyssop is very attractive to butterflies. Grow…
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  • BLUE ICE BLUESTAR Quick View
    • BLUE ICE BLUESTAR Quick View
    • BLUE ICE BLUESTAR
    • Plant in sun in moist, average or dry soil. This is a more compact amsonia with a very long bloom time, going from late spring to mid summer. It has a soft, loose texture, and is wonderful to use in groupings. The fall color is a pleasing yellow. Cut back in the spring. 'Blue Ice' is a nice size and…
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