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Abelia x grandiflora Little Richard

Abelia x grandiflora Little Richard

Little Richard Glossy Abelia
  • Very compact with glossy leaves
  • Long-blooming, white flowers
  • Leaves take on orange-pink tints in fall
  • Semi-evergreen
  • Excellent choice for front of border or informal hedge
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Acer campestre

Acer campestre

Hedge Maple
  • Low branched, dense with a rounded crown makes this a good tree for tall hedges
  • Dark green leaves, yellow fall color
  • Inconspicuous green flowers in spring
  • Excellent street tree
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Acer platanoides Drummondii

Acer platanoides Drummondii

Drummond Norway Maple
  • Great accent plant for the landscape
  • Yellowish flowers in spring
  • Green in the center with wide, white variegated edges
  • Combine with evergreens or shade trees
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Acer rubrum October Glory

Acer rubrum October Glory

October Glory Red Maple
  • Glossy dark green leaves in spring
  • Radiant red-orange late fall color that lasts several weeks
  • Attractive red flowers early spring before foliage emerges
  • Oval rounded form
  • Able to withstand summer heat better than most
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Acer rubrum Red Sunset®

Acer rubrum Red Sunset®

Red Sunset Red Maple
  • Glossy dark green foliage
  • Brilliant red to orange autumn color
  • Color that holds longer than most other rubrums
  • Upright branching forms a pyramidal form that matures to a rounded form over time
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Aesculus parviflora

Aesculus parviflora

Bottlebrush Buckeye
  • Dense, mounding and wide spreading branching - multi-stemmed
  • Showy white flowers in spring June-July
  • Bright yellow fall foliage
  • Inedible nuts incased in a yellow husk
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Aesculus pavia

Aesculus pavia

Red Buckeye
  • Tubular, red flowers April-May
  • Glossy, dark green leaves
  • Nuts are poisonous
  • Showy hedge or screen
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Ajuga reptans Bronze Beauty

Ajuga reptans Bronze Beauty

Bronze Beauty Bugleweed
  • Stunning when planted in large masses
  • Bronze crinkled leaves
  • Blue flower spikes in spring
  • Good plant for stazlizing soil on slopes
  • Semi-evergreen
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Ajuga reptans Burgundy Glow

Ajuga reptans Burgundy Glow

Burgundy Glow Bugleweed
  • Wonderful tri-colored puckered foliage
  • Shades of creamy-white, rose-burgundy, and dark green
  • Bright blue spiked flowers in spring
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Amelanchier canadensis

Amelanchier canadensis

Serviceberry
  • Suitable for naturalized plantings
  • Fragrant white flowers in early spring, April to May
  • Green foliage with vibrant orange-red fall color
  • Edible fruit matures to purple-black
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Amelanchier laevis

Amelanchier laevis

Allegheny Serviceberry
  • Striking, formal habit
  • Fragrant, white flowers in April
  • Edible berries ripen to dark purple-black
  • Glossy, dark green foliage
  • Vibrant red-orange fall color
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Amsonia Blue Ice

Amsonia Blue Ice

Blue Ice Blue Star
  • Dark lavender-blue flowers with a long bloom time
  • Compact habit, willowy foliage
  • Vibrant yellow fall color
  • Beautiful when massed or solo
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Amsonia hubrichtii

Amsonia hubrichtii

Threadleaf Blue Star
  • Narrow, thread-like foliage
  • Steel-blue flowers in early spring
  • Golden fall color
  • Looks great when massed together
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