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Actinidia

Actinidia (Actinidia)

Vigorous, deciduous climber with attractive variegated foliage. Female plants produce small, tasty fruit. Foliage variegation is more pronounced on the male plant.

Actinidia

Actinidia ‘Arctic Beauty’ (Actinidia kolomikta)

One of the hardiest of all kiwis, this Siberian native can survive temperatures as low as -30°F (-34°C). Grow it as an ornamental for its colorful foliage or as a pollinator for fruit production. A single plant can pollinate 6-8 female plants. With a combination of male and female…

African Boxwood

African Boxwood (Myrsine africana)

A rugged African native that is great for hot, sunny locations. The new growth emerges tinged with red, then turns to a deep glossy green as it matures. Plants are male and female, with the female producing purple berries. Most plants found for sale are more likely to be non-berry…

African Sumac

African Sumac (Rhus lancea)

This South African native is a beautiful selection for hot, dry locations. The gray-green foliage offers soft, large-scale color and the dense, compact habit provides excellent shade.

Agave, Century Plant, American Aloe

Agave, Century Plant, American Aloe (Agave americana)

Incredible drama for hot, dry locations! Agave's dense rosette of succulent foliage always looks good under harsh conditions. The long leaves are edged with sharp spines so take care to put in a location away from people and pet traffic.



Agave is native to Mexico and has a long…

Alberta Spruce, White Spruce

Alberta Spruce, White Spruce (Picea glauca)

Also known as White Spruce, this beautiful evergreen tree has blue-green needles and a pyramidal shape. The fine textured foliage and very dense branching give this Spruce a smooth, sheared appearance..

Albizia, Mimosa, Silk Tree

Albizia, Mimosa, Silk Tree (Albizia julibrissin)

Fern-like foliage and feathery blooms are an attractive combination offered by this tropical beauty. Fast growth makes Albizia an excellent choice for shade or for quickly filling gaps in the landscape. May be overwintered inside where not hardy.

Aloe Shrub

Aloe Shrub (Aloe vera)

Aloe vera are known as Medicinal Aloe for the burn soothing gel within their fleshy leaves. A carefree solution for hot, dry locations. Beautiful grouped with other types of succulent shrubs and Cacti to create a sculptural look in the landscape.

Alpine Currant

Alpine Currant (Ribes alpinum)

A densely branched shrub with bright green, maple-like leaves. Alpine Currant's neat shape is easily maintained, making it an excellent choice for hedging. Female varieties produce scarlet berries in summer. Autumn color is yellow.

American Beech

American Beech (Fagus grandifolia)

A lovely deciduous tree native to North America. Beech produce beautiful glossy foliage but they’re probably most recognized by their smooth, gray bark. If the thin bark is cut it leaves a permanent scar. As a result many Beech trees in public spaces have become a canvas for…

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