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Barbados Cherry

Barbados Cherry (Malpighia glabra)

Attractive tropical shrub native to South America. Produces clusters of dainty pink flowers spring through summer followed by cherry-like fruits. The fruits contain three seeds so they can take some work to prepare, but they are excellent for eating fresh, making jelly and juice, or…


Bearberry (Cotoneaster dammeri)

A low growing, spreading species of Cotoneaster, that is tough, good-looking and easy care. Glossy, evergreen foliage looks great year round. Dainty summer blooms are followed by tiny, non-edible, red berries in autumn.


Beech 'Red Obelisk' (Fagus sylvatica)

This compact variety displays striking dark purple leaves. A magnificent, slow growing specimen. Extremely hardy, versatile and low maintenance tree. Worth growing for beautiful foliage alone. Trouble-free and long-lived.

Berckman's Golden Arborvitae

Berckman's Golden Arborvitae 'Aurea Nana' (Thuja orientalis)

A compact, well-behave shrub that adds great color and form to the landscape. New foliage emerges gold in the spring and gently fades to a vibrant lime green with maturity. This is a slow-growing shrub, making it a good choice for novice gardeners or those who want big color with…


Birch Assorted (Betula)

A fast growing selection that provides instant form and structure to the landscape. Extremely hardy, versatile and low maintenance tree. Birch are popular for their attractive bark and golden-hued autumn foliage.

Bird of Paradise Bush

Bird of Paradise Bush (Caesalpinia gilliesii)

Hard to believe a plant so delicate-looking could be so resilient, but the Bird of Paradise Bush can stand up to full sun, poor soil, and drought conditions combined. A very ornamental plant with airy, fern-like foliage and exotic yellow flowers through the summer. This shrub is…

Bird's Nest Spruce

Bird's Nest Spruce 'Nidiformis' (Picea abies)

A slight depression often forms in the center of this dense growing evergreen, earning it the common name of Bird's Nest Spruce. This tidy, compact shrub rarely needs pruning to keep its softly rounded form looking great. Perfect texture for pairing with broad-leaf selections.


Blackberry 'Apache' (Rubus fruticosus)

One of the highest yielding blackberry varieties available. This self-pollinating selection was developed at the University of Arkansas. There is no need for a trellis with this variety, the thorn-free canes are quite erect and require no support. Produces jumbo-sized, firm, sweet…


Blackberry 'Arapaho' (Rubus argutus)

'Arapaho' is one of the earliest ripening thornless varieties available on the market. This self-pollinating selection was developed at the University of Arkansas, and is well-suited for warm Southeast U.S. climates. There is no need for a trellis with this variety, the thorn-free…


Blackberry 'Chester' (Rubus Hybrid)

This self-fruitful, thornless selection produces one crop of fruit per year and is one of the hardiest and most productive cultivars on the market. The large, very sweet fruit ripens in July and holds its firm characteristics even during hot, sunny days.