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Calamintha nepeta Montrose White

Calamintha nepeta Montrose White

Calamint
  • Foliage has a pleasing mint-like fragrance
  • Hummingbird and pollinator-friendly plant
  • Thrives with little care and does not reseed
  • Great choice for borders and containers.
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Fagus sylvatica Cuprea

Fagus sylvatica Cuprea

Copper Beech
  • Large deciduous tree with an oval form and attractive smooth grey bark that gives good winter interest
  • Leaves are bronze-purple and paler than the Fagus sylvatica 'Purpurea'
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Heuchera Caramel

Heuchera Caramel

Coral Bells
  • New leaves emerge bright gold, matures to peachy-orange
  • Soft but showy color
  • Nice contrast to mixed containers
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Hydrangea quercifolia Munchkin

Hydrangea quercifolia Munchkin

Oakleaf Hydrangea
  • Robust blooms open white and age to pink
  • Remaining upright even after heavy rain
  • Foliage turns brilliant mahogany in fall
  • Compact, dense habit is suited for smaller landscapes
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Ilex x meserveae Mondo

Ilex x meserveae Mondo

Mondo Meserve Holly (Little Rascal)
  • A low growing holly with a rounded, dense, compact form. Slow growing.
  • Spiny blue-green foliage with a purplish winter color.
  • Male pollinator
  • Cold hardy
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Malus domestica Jonagold

Malus domestica Jonagold

Jonagold Edible Apple
  • Semi-dwarf
  • Green-yellow fruit with a red-orange blush
  • Sweet tart flavor with crispy juicy yellow flesh
  • Good for fresh eating and cooking
  • Pollinate with Gala, Golden Delicious, or Red Delicious
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Malus x Crimsoncrisp

Malus x Crimsoncrisp

Crimsoncrisp Fruiting Apple
  • A disease-resistant dessert apple
  • Tasty apples keep for 4-6 months in proper storage
  • Deep crimson skin covers sweet, crisp, subacid yellow flesh
  • Tree is upright with a round canopy
  • Disease-resistant to apple scab
  • Ripens early to mid September.
  • Best pollinators: Honeycrisp, Northern Spy, Red Rome, crabapple
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Malus x Mcintosh (Espalier)

Malus x Mcintosh (Espalier)

Mcintosh Edible Apple - Espalier
  • Fruit is red with a green background, tender and thin skinned.
  • Good for fresh eating and cooking
  • Blooms mid-season and self pollinates
  • White blooms May-June
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Pieris japonica Mountain Fire

Pieris japonica Mountain Fire

Mountain Fire Pieris
  • Broadleaf evergreen shrub
  • Fragrant, white flower clusters in the spring.
  • New growth is brilliant red maturing to deep green
  • Great for mass plantings
  • Upright, mounding habit
  • Ideal for the shrub border
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Rubus Polana

Rubus Polana

Polana Red Raspberry
  • Heavy yields of large, sweet, succulent fruit
  • Glossy, red berries
  • Early season
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Rubus Triple Crown

Rubus Triple Crown

Blackberry
  • Blooms emerge early summer
  • Large black fruit is firm and ripens mid to late summer
  • Fast growth rate
  • Thornless
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