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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…

American Bittersweet

American Bittersweet (Celastrus scandens)

Fast-growing, deciduous, woody vine grown for its decorative clusters of red berries that develop in the fall. Plants are typically dioecious, meaning that male and female flowers are produced on separate plants. Both are needed to get berries. One male plant can pollinate six…

American Cranberry Bush

American Cranberry Bush Redwing™ (Viburnum trilobum)

This selection's leaves emerge red and turn bright red again in autumn. Extremely hardy, versatile and low maintenance shrub. Offers attractive white flowers, bright red fruit, and lustrous foliage! Deciduous shrub produces red fruit that has a sweet and slightly tart flavor.

American Elderberry, Sweet Elder

American Elderberry, Sweet Elder (Sambucus canadensis)

Elderberries bring multi-season beauty to the landscape with umbrella like clusters of dainty blooms and an abundance of small berries showcased amongst lush foliage. Many varieties have the added appeal of cut or brightly colored foliage.

American Elm, White Elm

American Elm, White Elm (Ulmus americana)

A medium to fast growing deciduous tree with a graceful, vase-shaped habit. The lustrous green foliage turns bright yellow in autumn.

American Gooseberry

American Gooseberry 'Pixwell' (Ribes hirtellum)

‘Pixwell’ is a variety that “picks well”. The medium-sized berries dangle on small, easy to reach stems. Very small thorns allow for easier harvesting too. This is a compact, disease-resistant variety. Spring flowers are followed by tart fruit in mid-summer that is excellent…

American Gooseberry

American Gooseberry 'Poorman' (Ribes hirtellum)

Produces an abundance of sweet, wine-red berries that are larger than most other gooseberry varieties. Shrubs are very winter hardy with good mildew resistance. Nearly thornless branches reduce the risk of being scratched while harvesting. Enhance productivity of mature shrubs by…

American Larch, Tamarack

American Larch, Tamarack (Larix laricina)

Quite unique! Deciduous conifer with blue-green needles that turn yellow in autumn. Excellent for lake edge planting as well as in the landscape where it tolerates all but the driest soils. Does not like heat. Will not tolerate shade.

American Plum, Wild Plum

American Plum, Wild Plum (Prunus americana)

American plum is prized for its hardiness in areas where cold temperatures and short growing seasons are normally not suitable for fruit trees. This small tree provides beauty and an abundance of small fruits. Showy white flowers in spring are followed by small plums in early summer.…

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