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  • AMERICAN SENTRY LINDEN Quick View
    • AMERICAN SENTRY LINDEN Quick View
    • AMERICAN SENTRY LINDEN
    • This cultivar of the American Linden has a very uniform branching habit and upright, pyramidal form. Clusters of small, fragrant white flowers bloom in late spring to early summer, and are attractive to bees. Deep green leaves turn an attractive golden-yellow in the fall, and the bark is silvery-gray when young. American Sentry has great resistance to Japanese beetles compared…
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  • BROWNS YEW Quick View
    • BROWNS YEW Quick View
    • BROWNS YEW
    • Brown's Yew is a large, spreading yew that makes a great screen or hedge. Deep green needles have good color retention throughout the year. Brown's is hardy and adaptable, and can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions once established. Avoid planting in wet areas. Regular trimming is needed to keep growth form dense.
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  • CANADIAN HEMLOCK Quick View
    • CANADIAN HEMLOCK Quick View
    • CANADIAN HEMLOCK
    • Canadian Hemlock is a slow-growing, attractive conifer that is native to the eastern United States. It has a graceful look with arching branches. Short needles are deep green with silvery undersides, and have good color retention throughout the year. Canadian Hemlock needs protection from the wind, and is not drought tolerant.
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  • COMMON BALDCYPRESS Quick View
    • COMMON BALDCYPRESS Quick View
    • COMMON BALDCYPRESS
    • A tree of the southern swamps and bayous, this cold hardy tree not only tolerates wet soils and standing water, but grows well in dry soils, clay and compact soils. Bright green needles emerge late in the spring, and turn yellow to russet-orange in the fall. This decidous conifer develops a pyramidal growth habit. It has beautiful cinnamon-colored bark.
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  • CONTINENTAL APPEAL LINDEN Quick View
    • CONTINENTAL APPEAL LINDEN Quick View
    • CONTINENTAL APPEAL LINDEN
    • Continental Appeal is a vigorous, upright and easy to grow tree. Large, heart-shaped leaves have silvery undersides which shimmer in the summer sun. This tree becomes quite tall, but stays narrow, making it a great choice where space is limited. Prefers moist, fertile, deep soils, but is tolerant of difficult, dry, or heavy soils.
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  • CREEPING THYME Quick View
    • CREEPING THYME Quick View
    • CREEPING THYME
    • Creeping Thyme is a low groundcover that is ideal for rock gardens and in between pavers. It can tolerate a good amount of foot traffic. Clusters of pink flowers bloom in the summer, and are attractive to bees. Small, gray-green leaves have a minty fragrance. Creeping Thyme prefers average to dry soils in full sun, and is low-maintenance once established.
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  • DANICA ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • DANICA ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • DANICA ARBORVITAE
    • A bright evergreen for the front of the border or tight garden spaces, this arborvitae effortlessly maintains its miniature appearance in a sunny garden. 'Danica' is a globe form which can take a light pruning in spring if desired, but otherwise, will stay quite rounded. Arborvitae prefer moist, well-drained soils and are intolerant of dry soils. Water deeply in its…
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  • DENSIFORMIS YEW Quick View
    • DENSIFORMIS YEW Quick View
    • DENSIFORMIS YEW
    • Densiformis Yew is a low, spreading yew that makes a great screen or hedge. Deep green needles have good color retention throughout the year. Densiformis is hardy and adaptable, and can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions once established. Avoid planting in wet areas. Regular trimming is needed to keep growth form dense.
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  • EMERALD GREEN ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • EMERALD GREEN ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • EMERALD GREEN ARBORVITAE
    • Arborvitaes are popular evergreens to use as hedges and screenings. Emerald Green is an upright, columnar cultivar of our native arborvitae (Northern White Cedar). Fan-like needles are bright green, and have good color retention throughout the year. It is a hardy and adaptable conifer once established. Avoid planting in shaded areas and wet sites. Emerald Green Arborvitae makes an attractive…
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  • EMERALD GREEN ARBORVITAE SPIRAL Quick View
    • EMERALD GREEN ARBORVITAE SPIRAL Quick View
    • EMERALD GREEN ARBORVITAE SPIRAL
    • Arborvitaes are popular evergreens to use in the landscape. Emerald Green is an upright, columnar cultivar of our native arborvitae (Northern White Cedar). Fan-like needles are bright green, and have good color retention throughout the year. It is a hardy and adaptable conifer once established. Avoid planting in shaded areas and wet sites.
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  • EMERALD PEAK YEW Quick View
    • EMERALD PEAK YEW Quick View
    • EMERALD PEAK YEW
    • Emerald Peak Yew is a medium-sized yew that has a pyramidal growth form. Deep green needles have good color retention throughout the year. Emerald Peak Yew can take heavy pruning and shearing to maintain good shape and form, but light pruning will keep a natural form. Can be used as a specimen or in groupings and screening.
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  • EMERALD SPREADER JAPANESE YEW Quick View
    • EMERALD SPREADER JAPANESE YEW Quick View
    • EMERALD SPREADER JAPANESE YEW
    • Shorter, denser needles make Emerald Spreader different from other T. cuspidata cultivars. This low grower spreads slowly and symmetrically, with short, rigid branching giving it a dense appearance. A great plant for sun or shade, it will retain its color well during cold winter months. Use as a ground cover, low border, or on a slope for erosion control. Will…
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