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American Wisteria

American Wisteria 'Amethyst Falls' (Wisteria frutescens)

A beautiful, twining climber with gray-green, lance-shaped leaflets that serve as a backdrop for cascading clusters of fragrant, pea-like, lavender-blue flowers. This fast-growing selection requires sturdy support, such as a trellis or an arbor.

Amur Cherry, Manchurian cherry

Amur Cherry, Manchurian cherry (Prunus maackii)

An exceptionally cold hardy species native to Korea and the banks of the Amur River in Manchuria, China. Prized for its beautiful bronze bark and fragrant white flowers in spring. Blooms are followed by small, edible, cherry-like fruits. The fruits can be used for making jams and…

Amur Maple

Amur Maple (Acer ginnala)

Flaming autumn foliage will set your landscape on fire! Glossy green leaves change to lovely autumn shades of yellow, orange and red. Extremely hardy, versatile and low maintenance tree or shrub. Rounded habit can be manipulated with pruning for desired form.

Amur Maple

Amur Maple 'Flame' (Acer ginnala)

Fiery red fruit and foliage really stands out in the autumn landscape. Great tree for small gardens, or as a large shrub for broad spaces. Display improves with each passing year.

Amur Privet

Amur Privet (Ligustrum amurense)

A fast growing shrub with dense green foliage. Creamy white blooms are followed by attractive black berries. Tolerates heavy pruning. An ideal selection for a hedge with a neat clipped appearance.

Andorra Compact Juniper

Andorra Compact Juniper 'Plumosa Compacta' (Juniperus horizontalis)

Highly adaptable, low-growing evergreen with dense branching. The foliage takes on a light purple tinge in winter. The sprawling foliage fills in quickly, making this an ideal groundcover.


Apple 'Anna' (Malus pumila)

One of the most popular varieties for warm climates. ‘Anna’ was bred in Israel by researchers interested in creating a variety that could set fruit with the least amount of cold exposure. Produces an abundance of green apples blushed red with a sweet, lightly tart flavor.


Apple 'Arkansas Black' (Malus pumila)

A large, vigorous tree, ‘Arkansas Black’ produces extremely beautiful, medium sized apples that mature from a purplish red to nearly black. This somewhat disease resistant selection made its debut around 1870 on the Ozark Plateau of Arkansas and has surely earned its keep through…


Apple 'Beverly Hills' (Malus pumila)

Early-season, self-pollinating variety ideal for warm coastal climates. Produces heavy crops of colorful, medium sized fruits with juicy flesh and a slightly tart sweetness.


Apple 'Braeburn' (Malus pumila)

Bite into a Braeburn, and you'll quickly understand why this apple is the favorite of dessert lovers everywhere. Its balance between sweet and tart flavors make it the perfect choice for sugarless or low-sugar applesauce--you won't be able to tell the sugar is missing! Heavy bearer…

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