|Purple Prince Crabapples
Below are pictures of just a very, very few of our trees. We have many other varieties and sizes. And we have 75 acres
of trees and large shrubs growing in the field for being balled and burlapped. Again, this page
presents just a sampling of our stock. (Any prices listed
are retail prices.)
Just below here, and above pictures, is a list of some of our trees (without description, size, or picture -- we just
haven't had time to add that information yet). Again, this is just a sampling. Keep
checking the list as we do keep adding some plants to it in an effort to give you a more comprehensive idea of what we have.
We have lots of hard-to-find trees, such as
Smoke tree (3 varieties)
Cascade Falls (weeping) Bald Cypress
Twisty Baby™ Locust
Lavender Twist Redbud (PP 10328)
Royal Raindrops Flowering Crabapple (PP 14375)
Crimson Spire™ Oak
(seedling/non-cultivar): Trident Maple
Acer ginnala ‘Red November’: Red November Amur Maple
See Specials page for our Earth Day sale that runs through May 8 on these bolded items.
Acer griseum (seedling/non-cultivar): Paperbark Maple
Acer japonicum ‘Ed
Wood’: Ed Wood Fullmoon Maple
Acer palmatum (seedling/non-cultivar): Green
Acer palmatum ‘Atrolineare’: Atrolineare Red Japanese
Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’ (own root): Bloodgood Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’: Bloodgood Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum ‘Glowing Embers’: Glowing Embers Japanese Maple
palmatum ‘Oshio Beni: Oshio Beni Red Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum ‘Sango
Kaku’: Coral Bark Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum ‘Shishigashira’:
Shishigashira Green Japanese Maple (Lion’s Head Maple)
Acer palmatum ‘Vandermossred’:
Christyann Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum atropurpureum ‘Crimson Prince’:
Crimson Prince Red Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum atropurpureum ‘Ever Red’:
Ever Red Weeping Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum atropurpureum ‘Moonfire’:
Moonfire Red Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum atropurpureum ‘Shojo’: Shojo
Red Japanese Maples
Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Contorta’: Contorted
Weeping Green Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Crimson Queen’:
Red Weeping Laceleaf Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Seiryu’:
Seiryu Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Tamukeyama’: Red Weeping
Laceleaf Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Viridis’: Green Laceleaf
Weeping Japanese Maple
Acer rubrum ‘October Glory’: October Glory Red Maple
Acer saccharum (seedling/non-cultivar):
Acer saccharum ‘Commemoration’: Commemoration Sugar Maple
Acer saccharum ‘Commemoration’:
Commemoration Sugar Maple
Acer saccharum ‘Green Mountain’: Green Mountain Sugar Maple
Acer x freemanii
‘Jeffersred’ PP 4864: Autumn Blaze Maple
Amelanchier arborea 'Autumn Brilliance': Autumn Brilliance
Downy Serviceberry, multi- and single-trunk
Betual nigra ‘Dura-Heat’: Dura-Heat River Birch
(seedling/non-cultivar): River Birch
Betula nigra ‘Fox Valley’: Fox Valley Dwarf River Birch
nigra ‘Summer Cascade’ PP 15105: Summer Cascade Weeping Birch
Carpinus betulus ‘Fastigiata’:
Pyramidal European Hornbeam
Carpinus caroliniana (seedling/non-cultivar): American Hornbeam (Blue Beech, Ironwood)
Cercidiphyllum japonicum ‘Morioka Weeping’: Morioka Weeping Katsura Tree
Cercis canadensis ‘Covey’
PP 10328: Lavender Twist Redbud
Cercis canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’: Forest Pansy Redbud
pisifera’ Paul’s Gold’: Paul’s Gold Japanese Falsecypress
Chionanthus retusus (seedling/non-cultivar):
Chinese Fringe Tree
Cornus (dogwoods): see listing below under first picture
Cotinus coggygria x obovatus ‘Grace’:
Cotinus obovatus (seedling/non-cultivar): American Smoketree
Cryptomeria japonica ‘Radicans’:
Cryptomeria japonica ‘Yoshino’: Japanese Cedar
Cypressus arizonica ‘Carolina Sapphire’:
Franklinia alatamaha (seedling/non-cultivar): Franklin Tree
Ginkgo biloba ‘The President’:
Presidential Gold Ginkgo
Koelreuteria paniculata (seedling/non-cultivar): Goldenraintree
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Arapaho’:
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Natchez’: Natchez Crapemyrtle
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Raspberry
Sundae’ TM PP 10297: Raspberry Sundae Red Crapemyrtle
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Sioux’: Sioux Crapemyrtle
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Tuscarora’: Ruscarora Crapemyrtle
Lagerstroemia x Whit III ‘Pink Velour’:
Magnolia grandiflora (seedling/non-cultivar): Southern Magnolia
Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little
Gem’: Little Gem Southern Magnolia
Magnolia grandiflora ‘Teddy Bear’: Teddy Bear Magnolia
lilifora x stellata ‘Susan’: Susan Magnolia
Magnolia stellata ‘Royal Star’: Royal Star Magnolia
Magnolia virginiana (seedling/non-cultivar): Sweetbay Magnolia
Magnolia virginiana ‘Moonglow’: Moonglow
Magnolia x loabneri “merrill’ (‘Dr. Merrill’): Merrill Magnolia
x soulangeana ‘Alexandrina’: Alexandrina Saucer Magnolia
Malus ‘Huber’: Royal Fountain Crabapple
Malus ‘Louisa’: Louisa Weeping Crabapple
Malus ‘Parrsi’: Pink Princess Crabapple
‘Prairiefire’: Prairiefire Flowering Crabapple
Malus ‘Purple Prince’ PP 8478: Purple Prince Crabapple
Malus ‘Red Barron’: Red Barron Crabapple
Malus sargentii ‘Tina’: Sargent Tina Crabapple
Metasequoia glyptostroboides: Dawn Redwood
Nyssa sylvatica (seedling/non-cultivar): Black Gum/Tupelo
‘Forum” PP 11391: Forum Tupelo (Black Gum)
Oxydendrum arboreum (seedling/non-cultivar): Sourwood
chinensis (seedling/non-cultivar): Chinese Pistache
Prunus cerasifera ‘Thundercloud’: Thundercloud Purple
Prunus cerasifera “Krauter vesuvius’: Purple Leaf Plum
Prunus jaquemontii ‘Hiromi’:
Dwarf Flowering Cherry
Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’: Kwanzan Cherry
Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula
Plena Rosea’: Double Weeping Cherry
Prunus x snofozam ‘Snofozam’: Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry
x yedoensis ‘Shidare Yoshino’: Yoshino Weeping Cherry
Quercus acutissima (seedling/non-cultivar): Sawtooth
Quercus nuttalii (seedling/non-cultivar): Nuttall Oak
Quercus phellos (seedling/non-cultivar): Willow Oak
Quercus robur x Q. alba ‘Crimschmidt’ PP 9103: Crimson Spire Oak
Stewartia pseudocamellia (seedling/non-cultivar):
Taxodium distichum (seedling/non-cultivar): Baldcypress
Taxodium distichum ‘Cascade Falls’
PP 12296: Cascade Falls Bald Cypress
Thuja plicata ‘Green Giant’: Green Giant Arborvitae
‘Homestead’: Homestead Elm
Ulmus Americana ‘Valley Forge’: Valley Forge American Elm
parvifloia ‘Bosque’: Bosque Lacebark Elm
Ulmus parvifolia ‘Allee’: Allee Lacebark Elm
cupressocyparis leylandii: Leyland Cypress
X cupressocyparis murray X: Murray x Cypress
The DAWGWOOD HOUSE. We have a new stock of
dogwoods, and now is the perfect time to plant them. These range in price from just $60 to $110 retail. Several varieties
- Constellation Hybrid (Cornus x rutgersensis 'Constellation' 'Rutcan' PP 7210): vigorous erec habit, spectacular white
floral display, flowers in mid-April, low branched.
- Aurora Hybrid (Cornus x rutgersensis 'Aurora' 'Ruban' PP 7205): very vigorous,
erect habit. White velvet-like flowers becoming creamy white as they age. Flowers mid-April. 20 x 20.
- Stellar Pink Flowering Dogwood (Cornus x rutgersensis 'Stellar
Pink' 'Rugan' PP 7207): Vigorous erect habit. 20 x 20 foot tree with pink flowers in spring. Dark green
leaves in summer turn red-purple in fall. Latest blooming of the Stellar series.
Kousa Dogwood (Cornus kousa
'Satomi'): 20 x 20 foot tree with rose pink flowers in late spring. Raspberry-like fruits in late summer. Flowers
after leafing out. Red fall color.
- Milky Way Select Dogwood (Cornus kousa 'Milky Way Select'): 20 x 20
foot upright rounded tree with heavy, long lasting display of white flowers. Abundant orange-red fruit and red-orange fall
color. Full sun and drought tolerant.
- Cherokee Daybreak Dogwood (Cornus florida 'Cherokee Daybreak' PP 6320):
Green leaves with white margins turning pink to red in fall. White flowers. Leaves do not scorch.
- Pink Flowering Dogwood (Cornus florida rubra): Small, low-branched tree with magnificent spring floral display. Leaves turn from spring bronze-green
to summer dark green to fall red/reddish-purple.
- Cherokee Brave Red Flowering Dogwood
(Cornus florida 'Cherokee
Brave' PP 10166): Small-growing tree with horizontallly spreading lines. Vigorous grower with reddish-pink (burgundy)
flowers with white center. Mulch for cool, moist soil. Partial shade, but full sun okay.
- Cherokee Princess White Dogwood (Cornus florida 'Cherokee Princess'): Heavy and early flowering with very large white bracts. Spring
bronze to summer green to fall reddish-purple leaves.
- Cloud 9 White Dogwood (Cornus florida 'Cloud 9'): Slow-growing.
Profuse flowering when young. Spreading habit. Cold hardy. White flowers.
Chinese Dogwood (Samzam): Cornus kousa 'Samaritan': Green leaf with a white margin. Very heat tolerant. Red fruits. Vase shaped.
European Hornbeams with their fall color. Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata' ('Pyramidalis') is the most
common cultivar in cultivation. The leaves are medium-fine, and the bark is a fantastic smooth, steel-gray that is fluted,
looking like muscle. It starts with a pyramidal shape that matures to more of an oval-vase shape and grows 30–40 feet
tall and 20–30 feet wide. It makes a wonderful single specimen tree in boxes or standing alone in the landscape and
is also attractive in groupings. Slow to medium growth rate.
The pre-dug balled and burlapped trees in front with black straps are 2-inch caliper sugar
maples. They are retail $150. The larger trees in the back with black straps are 2.5-3 inch caliper October Glory red maples. Retail price is $150.00.
Lagerstroemia indica 'Natchez'
is one of the best crapemyrtles available, in my estimation. It is a large shrub/small tree that grows to 21 feet high and
wide. It has pure white flowers in long panicles from late June/July into September. The leaves provide orange/red fall color,
and the cinnamon brown exfoliating bark is a superb accent in the landscape throughout the year. 12–14 foot balled and
burlapped size is regularly $262.50 retail. ON SALE FOR $150 while
the pre-dug supply lasts.
Acer rubrum October Glory® provides excellent orange to red fall color. A
relatively fast-growing hardwood with an oval-rounded habit to 40–50 feet. Fall color can persist well into November
absent early freezes. 7 gallon (8 feet) retails for $45. Other sizes also available in containers and balled and burlapped.
Nellie R. Stevens Holly (Ilex x 'Nellie R. Stevens'): 7-8 foot field-grown.
This evergreen is our most popular screening holly. It's wider at the base than many upright hollies. Very dark green
lustrous leaves. Sun or part shade. Medium to fast growth rate. Grows to 15 - 25 feet. Drought tolerant.
Teddy Bear magnolias.
1 gallon, 3 feet tall. Retail price $20.00. Magnolia grandiflora Teddy Bear® ('Southern Charm', PP 13049) is a dense, compact upright-pyramidal
tree. The leaves are lustrous dark green with brown below and are more rounded than other varieties. Fragrant flowers May
until November. Grows to about 16–20 feet high and 10–12 feet wide, making a nice magnolia choice for smaller
locations. Prefers full sun for more flowers and compact habit.
Cascade Falls Weeping
Bald Cypress, 20-inch box $250 retail price.
Dura-Heat River Birch (Betula nigra 'Dura-Heat'): Exfoliating, whitish
bark. Glossy dark olive green leaves. Aphid resistant. Greater leaf spot resistance than other river birches. Good yellow
fall color. The leaves of this usually multi-trunked tree flip and dance in the wind. Although it has great heat tolerance,
it does react to drought with some interior leaf drop. (These are 12-14 feet.)
Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Seiryu'. This
atypical form of dissected Japanese maple is upright and green. The leaves turn a brilliant gold, orange to orange-red in
the fall before dropping. Fast growing to 10–15 feet high and 8–10 feet wide. (Although one in our yard is as
wide or wider than tall, about 15 feet by 20 feet). Sun or shade. 3 gallon size (5 foot tall) is $45 retail.
October Glory red maple. 3 gallon. Retail price $25.00.
Acer palmatum 'Sango Kaku'
(Coralbark Japanese Maple) has gorgeous coral-colored fall and winter stems. The leaves are serrated with a reddish
tinge in spring, green in summer, and yellow gold with light red in fall. Upright habit. Grows 20–25 feet tall and 18–22
feet wide. Best color in sun. 3 gallon retail price is $45.00.
3 gallon. Retail price $50.00.
Purpleleaf Plum 2-2.5 inch caliper, $150 retail price.
going left to right:
Cryptomeria japonica (Japanese Cedar): 50-60 ft high and 20-30 ft wide. Evergreen. Sun but will tolerate light shade. Bright green
to bluish green in summer. Bronzy hue in winter.
'Green Giant' arborvitae (Thuja plicata): 30-40+ feet high
and 15-25 feet wide. Lustrous green in summer. Tend to turn yellow-grown-green in winter. Full sun or partial shade.
Leyland cypress (xCupressocyparis leylandii): 60-70 ft high. Bluish green leaves. A 10-20 year plant for the landscape. Full sun.
of these evergreens make excellent screens for blocking views, etc. Fast growing. 3 gallon $15.00
Carolina Sapphire Arizona Cypress (Cupressus arizonica var. glabra 'Carolina
Sapphire'): Silver-blue, loose, pyramidal evergreen tree that grows to 20-30 or more feet. Another excellent screening
plant (see the three listed above) as well as a handsome stand-alone. Full sun. Like hot, dry conditions. 3 gallon $15.00.
7 gallon, $70 retail price
Tamukeyama Weeping Red
Japanese Maple (28" ball) $400 retail price.
Various Maple trees
Dogwood 10 gallon $100 retail price (Dwarf Plum Yew 3 gallon $22 retail price)
Columnar White Pine.
Pinus strobus 'Fastigata'
-- $150 retail price. SALE PRICE $100.00. This
cultivar of the native Eastern White Pine is narrowly upright and columnar when young. It broadens with age and becomes about
three times as tall as wide; the branches ascend at about 45 degrees). (The regular Eastern White Pine grows 50–80 feet
tall and 20-24 feet wide and has horizontal and ascending branching. It's easy to tell its age as each "step"
of branching represents one year of growth.) Produces cones at early age. Zone 7 is southern most zone.
Maple (Acer griseum): 30-inch box $500.00 retail price.
Ed Wood Full Moon Japanese Maple 20 gallon, $400 retail price
Kwanzan cherry: 2.5 inch caliper. $150 retail price.
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