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Evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs are an integral part of the framework on which the larger garden rests.  Woody plants infuse the garden with an assortment of seasonal pleasures, providing shade, flowers, fruits, colorful foliage and winter silhouettes.  They lend scale and character to the garden and offer to the gardener a measure of the years, marking time with the spreading of their limbs and the thickening of their trunks.  Evergreens can act as screens, visual breaks, or focal points, while smaller plants can be used to bring structure and dimension to herbaceous borders.  The very smallest plants make excellent trough and container subjects and a garden fashioned entirely from evergreen plants is an outstanding way to have texture, color and form in the landscape all year long.  All of the plants offered below have distinguished themselves in one way or another as worthy garden additions to the landscape and offer possibilities for gardens of any size and style.  Click on underlined plant names to view photographs.

Woody Plants

Evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs are an integral part of the framework on which the larger garden rests.  Woody plants infuse the garden with an assortment of seasonal pleasures, providing shade, flowers, fruits, colorful foliage and winter silhouettes.  They lend scale and character to the garden and offer to the gardener a measure of the years, marking time with the spreading of their limbs and the thickening of their trunks.  Evergreens can act as screens, visual breaks, or focal points, while smaller plants can be used to bring structure and dimension to herbaceous borders.

Woody Plants for 2024
The following items will be available for the 2024 planting season, including a number of cultivars not listed.
Abies koreana ‘Gait’ This dwarf evergreen. Forms a small tree, up to 8'. Slender in habit with a tendency to produce cones at an early age. Showy, purple-blue upright cones appear in spring. Use as a specimen or in the mixed border. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Acer ‘Cinnamon Flake’  Exceptional small tree with flaking cinnamon-colored bark. Four season interest and intense fall color. Makes an excellent specimen tree for smaller areas. Rounded in habit. May grow to 25’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 

Acer griseum This small, slow growing tree with exfoliating cinnamon brown bark adds interest to every season.  Excellent fall coloration. Adaptable to a range of soil types. Grows to 15’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Acer maximowiczianum Handsome tree with an upright, rounded habit. Trifoliate leaves add season-long interest. Fall color is a brilliant mix of orange and red. Nice tree for smaller landscapes. Grows to 25’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Acer palmatum ‘Anne Irene’ Striking tree for small gardens, this densely branched tree features lemon-yellow leaves with red margins. Turns a pleasing gold in autumn. Best with morning sun. Grows to 12’. Part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Hubb’s Red Willow’  Choice Japanese Maple is narrow in form with deeply cut burgundy-red foliage all season long. Slow growing. A good choice for adding a bit of color and texture to the garden. Grows to around 10'. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Kasagi Yama’ This pretty little upright Japanese Maple features salmon- pink deeply lobed foliage in the spring. Color tends to green up some in summer before changing once again in fall to a mix of reds and oranges. Part shade for best color. Grows to around 10’. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Oridono Nishiki’ This small upright maple features delicately mottled leaves in a mix of pink white and green. By midsummer leaves are a blend of white and green. Fall color is a mix of orange and gold. Grows to about 12’.  Prefers part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Orangeola’ A deciduous, weeping, mounded cut-leaf maple. In spring, foliage emerges bright orange-red turning to reddish-green midsummer. Fall color is fiery orange to red. Prefers sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Acer palmatum ‘Peve Starfish’ This upright, rounded selection features deeply cut leaves with slightly curled, narrow lobes and season-long reddish-purple color. Leaves resemble a starfish. Good for adding texture and contrast to the garden. Red-orange fall color. Slow growing. Prefers sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Red Emperor’  Handsome and hardy red-leafed Japanese maple cultivar. Upright and rounded in form with good color all season long. Moderate growth rate. Mature plants will grow to about 15' with a similar spread. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Red Sentinel’ Great small tree for areas with limited space. Habit is upright and taller than wide with season-long burgundy-red color. In fall the leaf color intensifies to a bright red. Grows to 10’ tall or more and about 5’ wide. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Rhode Island Red’ Exceptional dwarf red-leaf maple. Forms a dense slow-growing globe of purple-red foliage. Excellent four season form. Great for smaller landscapes. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Acer palmatum ‘Ruslyn in the Pink’ Exceptional dwarf red-leaf maple. Forms a dense slow-growing globe of burgundy-red foliage. Excellent four season form. Great for smaller landscapes. Grows to around 8’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Sara D’ This dwarf upright selection features deeply season-long, reddish-purple color and a compact habit of growth. Nice for adding some color to the garden. Slow growing to about 6’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Tamukeyama’ This very old cultivar of cutleaf Japanese Maple features fine, feathery, rosy-red leaves and a horizontal, slightly pendulous habit of growth. Use as an accent or specimen. Grows wider than tall. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Tsukasa Silhouette’ Interesting new cultivar features a columnar habit and pretty green star-like foliage. May grow to 10’ or more. Bright red fall color. Slow growing. Prefers sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Waterfall’ Subtle and understated, ‘Waterfall’ features fine feathery leaves and a horizontal habit of growth. Fall color turns the light green leaves shades of orange and yellow. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Acer shirasawanum ‘Bronze Age’  Small tree with deeply cut, feathery leaves. Foliage emerges in spring a soft, clear red, gradually taking on a bronze-green cast as the season progresses. Thought to be a cross between Acer palmatum and Acer shirasawanum. Grows to around 12’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5. 

Acer triflorum Exceptional trifoliate maple features exfoliating bark and vivid fall color. A good four season tree with an upright form, slightly taller than wide. Grows to about 20’. Sun. Zone 4.

Aesculus parviflora Bottlebrush Buckeye  Large summer-blooming shrub. Long spikes of white flowers appear in early summer and last for several weeks. Intolerant of dry soils. Part shade to shade but will grow in full sun with adequate moisture. Can grow 6’ or taller. Spreads slowly. Zone 5.

 

Aesculus pavia  Red Buckeye  Small tree or large shrub known for its showy red flower spikes in spring. Attractive compound finger-like leaves. Not tolerant of lean dry soils. Does best in part shade. Can grow to 12’ or more. Zone 4.

Akebia quinata ‘Silver Bells’ Vigorous twining vine with attractive small green compound leaves. Good for trellises, obelisks, arbors, etc. Bears small purple flowers in early spring. Underused. Grows in sun or shade. Zone 5.

Amelanchier alnifolia ‘Obelisk’  Upright growing and oval in form, this serviceberry features clean white flowers in early spring followed later on by an exceptional display of fall color. May produce some berries which are favored by birds. Grows to about 12’x4’ wide. Nice for a vertical in gardens with limited space. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Amelanchier grandiflora ‘Autumn Brilliance’  Upright growing and pyrimidal in form, this serviceberry features white flowers in early spring followed later on by an exceptional display of fall color. Summer berries turn from red to blue and are prized by birds. May grow to 15’ or more. Native. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Amelanchier ‘Regent’ This small serviceberry bears clouds of small white flowers in early spring followed in summer by a crop of edible blue fruits. Fall color is golden yellow. Grows 4-5’. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

Asimina triloba  Pawpaw Small tree or shrub featuring long, finger-like, medium green leaves. Purplish flowers in spring yield small oblong fruits later in the season. Native to the Eastern US. May grow to 20’ over time. Slow grower. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Azalea ‘Koromo Shikibu’  A sweet little azalea with showy strap-like lavender-pink flowers in Spring. Fall color ranges from yellow to orange to deep red. Slow growing to around 3’ and often wider than tall. Good for foundation plantings and mixed beds. Semi-evergreen. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Azalea ‘Lorna’ Evergreen or semi-evergreen azalea features eye-catching, double, lavender-pink flowers in spring. Compact and rounded in habit. Grows to about 2-3’. Likes a well-drained soil. Protect from winter sun and wind. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Azalea narcissiflora Deciduous azalea featuring fragrant yellow, hose-in-hose flowers in Spring. Compact habit. Fall color is burgundy. RHS ‘award of merit’ winner. ARS ‘rhododendron of the year’ winner. Grows to 5’. Plant in part shade. Zone 5.

 

Azalea poukhanense ‘White Form’ This hardy deciduous azalea produces trumpet-shaped clean white flowers each spring. Compact in habit, plants can grow 3-4’ with a wider spread. Fall color tends toward yellow-orange. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 

Azalea roseum ‘Marie Hoffman’ This hardy deciduous azalea produces trumpet-shaped, fragrant, clear pink flowers in May. Plants are upright in habit, growing 4-5’ tall. Fall color tends toward maroon-red. Sun to part shade. Acidic soil. Zone 4.

Azalea schlippenbachii Handsome deciduous azalea produces an abundance of clear pink trumpet-shaped blossoms. Upright and rounded in form with large medium green foliage. Fall color is an exceptional purple-red. Grows to 6’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Azalea viscosum ‘Montana’ This hardy deciduous azalea produces clusters of trumpet-shaped, clove-scented, white flowers each summer. Compact in habit, plants can grow 3-4’ with a wider spread. Prefers an organically enriched soil. Excellent Fall color tends toward yellow, orange and purple. Part shade. Zone 4.

Bamboo - Fargesia rufa This tall, non-invasive, clump-forming bamboo grows 6-10’ tall. Effective as a garden specimen or screen. Best in part sun. Zone 4.

 

Betula nigra ‘Little King’ Interesting dwarf cultivar of the river birch. Showy exfoliating bark provides interest throughout the year. Compact habit lends itself to smaller landscapes. Grows to just 15'.  Very hardy and tolerant of a variety of soils. Sun to part shade. Zone 4. 

Buddleia argentea Different from the more common B. davidii, Buddleia argentea features silvery-grey foliage on cascading limbs and lavender-pink flowers that appear in spring rather than summer. Can be pruned into a standard or left as a shrub. Benefits from some pruning. Nice in the mixed border. Sun. Zone 5.

Calycanthus floridus ‘Venus’ This Sweetshrub cultivar bears fragrant, magnolia-like white flowers beginning in early summer.Flowers appear sporadically after initial flush. Grows to 6' or more.  Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Carpinus betulus ‘Columnaris Nana’ Dwarf form of the European Hornbeam. Stout and columnar in form this small tree makes a splendid vertical accent for areas with limited space. Dense and slow growing to 5’ or so. Sun. Zone 4.

Cephalanthus occidentalis ‘Sugar Shack’ This dwarf selection features shiny green foliage and fragrant white, ball-like flowers in mid-summer followed by round red berries. Fall color is a mix of red and orange. Not tolerant of dry sites. Grows to 5’. Native.  Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Cephalotaxus harringtonia ‘Prostrata’  Japanese Plum Yew Low growing and spreading with long, dark green needles, this yew is excellent for adding texture to the garden. Use as a ground cover in part shade. Deer resistant! Can spread up to 8’ or more, but takes some time to get established. Part shade. Zone 5.

Cercidiphyllum japonicum  The Katsura makes an excellent specimen tree for larger spaces. Pyramidal in outline with small, deep green, heart-shaped leaves. Pest and disease free. Fall foliage is apricot-yellow and has a warm sugary smell. Grows to 30’ or more. Not tolerant of dry soils. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Cercis canadensis ‘Alley Cat’  Attractive variegated Redbud cultivar. Heart shaped green leaves are splashed with white. Clusters of bright pink flowers line the stems in spring before the leaves emerge. Grows to 15’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Cercis canadensis ‘Black Pearl’ Colorful purple-leaved cultivar of the popular Redbud. Lavender-pink flowers appear in early spring followed by deep purple heart-shaped leaves. Nice small tree useful for adding some color to the garden. Grows to 20’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Cercis canadensis ‘Covey’ Excellent weeping cultivar of the native redbud. Cerise-pink blossoms line the stems in April before the leaves appear. Sharply pendulous in habit with deep green heart-shaped leaves. Four season interest. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Cercis canadensis ‘Ruby Falls’ New weeping cultivar of the native redbud. This small tree is a cross between ‘Covey’ and ‘Forest Pansy’ and features bronze red foliage and lavender-pink flowers in spring. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ‘Pendula’ Dramatic evergreen features a narrow, pyramidal form and limbs draped with pendant branchlets. Large, but not overwhelming, plants can be used for screening or specimen use. Great choice for four-season interest. May grow to 20’ or more. Sun to part shade.  Zone 5.

Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Cross Compact’ Good for adding texture and interest to the garden or landscape, ‘Cross Compact’ has a compact pyramidal habit and feathery green foliage. Grows slowly. Part shade. Zone 5.

Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Spiralis’ Dwarf Chamaecyparis with a compact narrow habit of growth. Plant is upright growing with slightly twisted limbs, providing a sculpted looking form. Nice as a specimen or in a mixed bed. Grows 3” or 4” per year. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Thoweil’ Dwarf Chamaecyparis with a narrow habit of growth. Plant is upright growing and irregular growing, providing a sculpted looking form. Nice as a specimen or in a mixed bed. Grows 3 or 4” per year. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Well’s Special’ Slow growing evergreen with dark green, fan-like foliage. Forms an irregular pyramid. Nice as an accent, foundation plant or in a mixed border. Grows to 6’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘Blue Moon’ This dwarf Chamaecyparis features a compact globose habit and frizzy looking blue foliage. Grows just an inch or so per year. Good for a small spot in the garden. Well-drained, evenly moist soil. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

 

Chionanthus virginicus Fringetree. This small shrub-like tree covers itself with feathery white flowers in late spring. Rounded in form, spreading some with age. Slow growing to 15’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Clethra barbinervis  Japanese Clethra. Versatile four-season shrub produces racemes of small white fragrant flowers in summer followed by a fall show of bright yellow foliage. Attractive ‘patchwork’ bark as plants mature. May grow to 10’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Cornus alba ‘Neon Burst’ This medium sized shrub features chartreuse foliage all through spring and summer. Fall color is a mix of purple and red. After the leaves have fallen the stems turn bright red for winter interest. Grows 4-6’. White flowers in spring. Sun to part shade. Grows to 5’. Zone 4.

 

Cornus alternifolia Pagoda Dogwood This native dogwood forms a small tree comprised of tiered horizontal branches. Panicles of white flowers in spring. Late season berries are consumed by birds. Sun to shade. Grows to 12’. Zone 4.

Cornus alternifolia ‘Golden Shadows’ Attractive variegated form of the native Cornus alternifolia. Forms a small tree or large shrub comprised of tiered horizontal branches. Leaves are green with gold variegation at the margins. Panicles of white flowers in spring. Sun to shade. Grows to 12’. Zone 4. 

 

Cornus drumondii ‘Lemon Drops’ Elegant small tree bears clusters of fuzzy saffron colored flowers in spring followed later in summer by clusters of yellow berries. Fall color is a mix of purple, red and orange. Nice tree for smaller landscapes. Grows to about 15’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Cornus florida ‘Spring Grove’  Excellent small dogwood featuring large white flower bracts before the leaves emerge in early spring followed later by clusters of red berries. Red fall color. Disease resistant and cold hardy. Grows to 15’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Cornus kousa 'Elizabeth Lustgarten'   Interesting cultivar notable for its weeping form.  White flowers appear in early summer. Nice fall color in a mix of reds and purples. Four season interest. Height depends on staking. Full sun to part shade.  Zone 5.

Cornus kousa ‘Little Poncho’ Great choice for smaller gardens and landscapes. This dwarf kousa dogwood bears masses of white flowers beginning in late spring. Blossoms last for weeks and are followed by small red fruits and a reliable display of stunning autumn color. Grows to just 8’ or so. Sun. Zone 4. ​

Cornus kousa ‘Milky Way’ A must for every garden, this kousa dogwood bear masses of white flowers in early summer. Blossoms last for weeks and are followed by small red fruits and a reliable display of stunning autumn color. Grows to 20’. Sun. Zone 4. 

Cornus kousa ‘National’ A must for every garden, this kousa dogwood bear masses of white flower bracts in late spring. Blossoms last for weeks and are followed by small red fruits and a reliable display of stunning autumn color. Grows to 20’. Sun. Zone 4. 

Cornus kousa ‘Summer Fun’ Another notable variegated Cornus kousa. This small tree features pale green leaves edged with broad white margins. White flowers begin in late spring, lasting for several weeks. Fall color is a pleasant mix of pinks, oranges and reds. Grows 15-20’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4. 

Cotinus coggygria ‘Grace’ Excellent choice for bringing color to the landscape. Rich dusty purple foliage and a dense stocky habit make this plant invaluable for adding contrast to the border. Smoky pink flowers in summer. Can be shorn for a more formal appearance. Can grow to 8’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Cotinus coggygria ‘Velveteeny’ This dwarf smokebush cultivar features soft burgundy leaves all season long on a compact plant growing just 4x4’. Its small stature lends itself to more uses around the garden. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Crataegus inermis ‘Crusader’ This thornless hawthorn features clusters of white flowers in spring followed by bunches of berries which turn bright red in autumn. Red and orange fall color. Adaptable. Grows to around 15’. Great for smaller landscapes. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

 

Cotoneaster apiculata ‘Tom Thumb’ Great little plant has tiny dark green leaves and a dense spreading habit of growth. Drought tolerant and rugged. Good for mixing with other woody plants. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Daphne burkwoodii 'Carol Mackie' Exceptional plant notable for its green and white variegated foliage as well as its fragrant white spring flowers.  Compact in form with a rounded habit.  Grows to about 3'x3'.  Sun to part shade.  Zone 4.

Deutzia ‘Yuki Cherry Blossom’ This dwarf shrub covers itself with cluster of pink bell-shaped flowers in late spring. Habit is low and mounded with fine green leaves. Foliage turns red in fall. Grows to 2’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Diervilla ‘Kodiak Fresh’ Excellent choice for adding a subtle touch of color to the garden. Chartreuse foliage topped with subtle orange new growth. Little yellow flowers in late spring. Tolerates dry soil once established. Grows to around 3’. Sun to shade. Zone 3. 

 

Diervilla ‘Nightglow’  New cultivar of the native bush honeysuckle has burgundy foliage all season long. Delicate yellow flowers appear in summer, attracting a variety of pollinators. Fall color features a mix of orange red and yellow. Grows 2-3’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Disanthus cercidifolius This underused deciduous shrub features heart-shaped leaves similar to that of a redbud. Lauded for its exceptional fall color which ranges from deep red to pink to orange. Plant in partial shade. Not tolerant of dry soils. Grows 6-8’. Zone 5.

Enkianthus campanulatus albiflorus This rhododendron relative features clusters of nodding, bell-shaped white flowers in spring. Upright in habit. Showy fall foliage in shades of red and orange. Not tolerant of very dry sites. Can grow to 8’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Showy Lantern’ This rhododendron relative features clusters of nodding, bell-shaped, rosy-pink flowers in spring. Upright in habit. Showy fall foliage in shades of red and orange. Not tolerant of very dry sites. Grows to 8’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Fagus sylvatica ‘Pendula’ Handsome weeping tree features a dramatic, pendulous, four-season presence in the landscape. Excellent as a specimen for larger gardens. Deep green leaves all summer long. Grows to 25’ x25’ if given the space. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Fagus sylvatica ‘Dawyck Gold’  Handsome fastigiate tree with sunny yellow foliage in the spring. Leaves become yellow-green as the season progresses.  Excellent as a specimen or vertical accent.  Can grow to 20' or more. Sun to part shade.  Zone 4.

Ficus carica ‘Chicago Hardy’ This small fruiting fig bears small sweet edible figs in the Fall. Plants are self-fertile and may die to the ground in winter, but the roots survive and fruits are borne on new growth. Can be grown in containers and overwintered in a garage. Interesting foliage. Sun. Zone 5(6). 

Fothergilla gardenii  This small shrub bears white bottlebrush-type flowers in early spring. Compact in form with dark green leaves which turn brilliant shades of yellow, orange and red in fall, holding on for several days before dropping. Grows 4-5’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Fothergilla gardenii ‘Blue Elf’ Choice cultivar notable for its powder-blue foliage and exceptional fall color. White bottlebrush-like flowers appear in spring. Fall color is a blend of red orange and yellow. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Franklinia alatamaha ‘Wintonberry’ Native shrub or small tree featuring white flowers beginning in late summer. Excellent fall color. ‘Wintonbury’ is thought to be hardier than the species. Best sited in a protected location. Pefers an organically enriched soil. Sun to part shade. Zone 5(6).

Ginkgo biloba ‘Elmwood’ This narrow cultivar of Ginkgo biloba makes good use of limited space with its columnar habit of growth. Features beautiful golden yellow fall color. Grows to 20’ by about 6’ wide. Nice as a specimen. Sun. Zone 4.

Ginkgo biloba ‘Grindstone’ This narrow cultivar of Ginkgo biloba makes good use of limited space with its columnar habit of growth. Features beautiful golden yellow fall color. Grows to 20’ by about 6’ wide. Nice as a specimen. Sun. Zone 4.

Ginkgo biloba 'Lila' Dwarf upright form for small spaces.  A recent introduction. Compact, growing just 4' tall after ten years. Sun. Zone 4. 

Ginkgo biloba ‘Mariken’  Excellent ginkgo cultivar for smaller spaces. Shrubby in habit with dense branching and a rounded outline. Fan-shaped leaves turn brilliant yellow-gold in fall. Slow growing to about 4’ after several years. Sun. Zone 4.

Halesia carolina  This handsome native tree features loads of small, white, bell-shaped flowers that emerge each spring as the foliage begins to break. Can be used as an understory tree or planted in full sun. Yellow fall color. Grows to 30’.  Zone 4.​

Hamamelis ’Beholden’ This early blooming Witch Hazel bears fragrant, bright orange flowers beginning in November and lasting well into winter. Upright and compact in habit. Fall color is often a clear yellow. Grows to 8’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Hamamelis virginiana ’Little Prospect’ Unique variegated witch hazel featuring green leaves edged in gold. Lightly scented, yellow strap-like flowers in fall. Grows to 8’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

Heptacodium miconioides  Large shrub or small tree, depending on the manner in which it’s grown. Notable for its exfoliating bark and smooth chalky stems. Clusters of small white flowers in late summer followed by bright red calyxes. Nice four-season presence. Grows to 15’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4. 

Humulus lupulus ‘Bianca’ Decorative climbing vine features chartreuse-green foliage. Good for training over trellises, obelisks, etc. Cut back to the ground in spring. Grows about 8’ in a season. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Haas Halo’ This new cultivar of the reliable Hydrangea  arborescens bears enormous white lacecap flowers on sturdy stems in late summer. Large dark green leaves. Good for lighting up a shady spot. Grows to 3’+. Attracts pollinators. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Invincibelle Ruby’ Silvery-rose colored flowers appear in early summer and last for several weeks. Flowers appear on new growth and are unaffected by winter temperatures. Use as a foundation plant, hedge, or in a mixed border. Grows 3-4’. Not tolerant of overly dry sites. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Limetta’  Excellent landscape hydrangea features lime-green summer blossoms that slowly fade to white. Compact form grows to about 3’ tall. Blooms on new growth. Versatile. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Ruby Slippers’ Dwarf form of the choice Oakleaf Hydrangea. Smaller than the species, but with all of the same great attributes: exfoliating bark, exceptional purple-red fall color and long cone-shaped white flowers in summer that turn from white to pink to red. Grows to 4’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Hydrangea serrata ‘Blue Billow’ Longtime favorite cultivar notable for its reliable summer blossoms. Lacecap form with panicles of blue flowers mid to late summer. Blooms on old and new wood. Grows to 3’. Part shade. Zone 5.

Hydrangea serrata ‘Can Do’ Mountain hydrangea cultivar notable for blooming on old as well as new wood. A more reliable bloomer in cooler climates than H. macrophylla. Flat- topped flower heads bear deep pink flowers in summer. Grows 2-3’. Long blooming. Good for foundations and mixed borders. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Itea virginica ‘Fizzy Mizzy’ Choice dwarf cultivar of the native Virginia Sweetspire. Produces long slender spires of white flowers in early summer. Compact and adaptable to a range of soil types. Sun to shade. Grows 2-3’. Zone 5.

Kalopanax maximowiczii  This novel looking tree features deeply cut, palmate leaves and coarse, thorny stems. Moderate to slow growing to 25’ or more. Interesting as a specimen or for the collector. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Kalmia latifolia ‘Tiddywinks’ Nice compact Mountain Laurel cultivar featuring pink buds opening to white. Slow growing to around 3’ or so. Nice for a semi-shaded spot in the garden where a large plant might overwhelm. Part shade. Zone 4.

 

Larix decidua ‘Pendula’ Prostrate Form Exceptional specimen for four-season interest. May be trained in any number of ways, or simply allowed to creep sprawl. Golden-yellow fall color. Extremely hardy. Sun. Zone 2.

 

Larix decidua ‘Varied Directions’ Excellent plant for adding texture and four-season interest to the garden. Plant forms a mound of semi-pendulous limbs which spread in all directions. Dense-growing and unusual. Excellent as a specimen. Yellow fall color. Sun. Zone 4. 

Larix laricina American Larch Deciduous conifer native to N. America. Narrowly pyramidal in form with needle-like leaves. Not tolerant of dry soils. Excellent fall color. Can grow to 40’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Larix laricina ‘Blue Sparkler’ This choice larch forms a densely branched compact specimen with silvery-blue needles in spring and summer. In Fall, the needles turn gold before dropping. Squat and slightly pyramidal in form. Grows to 3’. Sun. Zone 2.

Lindera glauca salicifolia  Exceptional shrub for fall color. Dark green willow-like leaves turn shades of red and apricot for a long period in autumn. Foliage is retained for much of the winter. Can be used as a specimen or for hedging and screening. Grows to 10’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Liriodendron ‘Little Volunteer’  This dwarf tulip tree is perfect for smaller landscapes. Yellow, tulip-shaped flowers in late spring. Fall color is a pleasing yellow. Grows to around 30. Sun. Not tolerant of very dry soils. Zone 4.

Maackia amurensis Rugged small tree with silvery-green compound leaves in spring, maturing to green. White flower spikes in mid-summer. Rounded in habit. Grows to about 20’. Tolerates dry soils once established. Sun. Zone 4. 

 

Magnolia ‘Leonard Messel’ Excellent tree for smaller landscapes, ‘Leonard Messel’ bears loads of pinkish-white flowers with strap-like petals in early spring. Upright and rounded to oval in habit. Grows 15-20’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 

Magnolia virginiana ‘Moonglow’ This small, semi-evergreen tree bears creamy white flowers in summer. Narrow in outline, growing taller than wide to 20’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Metasequoia glyptostroboides Exceptional deciduous conifer features feathery leaves all season long. Fast growing and somewhat pyramidal in outline. Excellent specimen for larger properties. Will thrive in moist soils, but also fares well in average soil. Sun to part shade.  Hardy to zone 5. 

Nyssa sylvatica ‘Wildfire’ Handsome tree features glossy green foliage with bright red new growth and a pyramidal habit. Pest and disease free. Exceptional scarlet-red fall color. Grows to 40’. Sun. Zone 4.  

Oxydendrum arboreum  The sourwood is an underused ornamental tree which brings white racemes of late summer flowers and dependable brilliant red fall color to the landscape. Pyramidal in form. Can grow to 20’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Parrotia persica Excellent small specimen tree for the collector. Parrotia has a compact rounded form with slightly sinuous upright limbs.  Nice fall color in a mix of salmon and gold. Older trees develop exfoliating bark. Grows to about 20’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Picea abies ‘Hillside Upright’ Upright and irregularly pyramidal in habit, ‘Hillside Upright’ lends a sculptural quality to the garden and landscape. Prune or shear new growth for a more compact form. Grows to 12’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Picea abies ‘Pendula’ Dramatic pendulous evergreen features dark green needles and a variable weeping habit. Can be trained to grow upright, or left to creep along as a ground cover. Very hardy. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 Picea abies ‘Pusch’ Dwarf evergreen features dark green needles and a dense irregularly mounded form. In spring showy red cones appear on branch tips. Becomes more upright growing with age. Grows 1-2” per year. Very hardy. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Picea omorika ‘Pendula’ Wonderful weeping form of the Serbian Spruce. Narrow form with sharply pendant limbs.  Needles are blue-green with silvery undersides. Excellent specimen plant. Sun. Zone 4.

Picea pungens ‘Glauca Prostrata’ A great plant for adding contrast to mixed beds, evergreen plantings and rock gardens. Forms a creeping mound with striking steel-blue needles. Grows 4-5” per year. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Picea pungens ‘Ruslyn’s Blue Moon’ A choice miniature Picea pungens with a dense, bun-shaped habit of growth. Short blue needles. Excellent for small gardens as it grows just 1/2 inch or so per year. Sun. Zone 3.

 

Pieris japonica ‘Bisbee Dwarf’ This very cute dwarf Andromeda features a compact habit complete with miniature leaves and strings of bell-shaped white flowers in spring. Grows just an inch or so a year. Nice for tucking into a small semi-shaded spot in the garden. Part shade. Zone 5.

 

Pieris japonica ‘Mountain Fire’  This very pretty Andromeda features lightly fragrant racemes of white flowers in early spring followed by a flush of very striking wine-red foliage. New growth continues sporadically during the summer. Grows to 4’. Part shade. Zone 5. ​

Pieris ‘Purity’ Dwarf cultivar of Andromeda. This compact shrub produces delicate chains of small white flowers in June after other andromedas have finished blooming. Dense and mounded in form. Grows to about 30” tall and spreads. Good for smaller plantings, mixed borders and foundations. Part shade. Zone 5.

Pinus cembra  This rugged, dense-growing compact pine features soft blue-green needles and an upright habit of growth. Good as an evergreen specimen for smaller landscapes. Grows to 15’ or more by about 10’ wide. Sun. Zone 4.

Pinus cembra ‘Glauca Compacta’ This rugged, dense-growing compact pine features soft blue-green needles and an upright habit of growth. Good as an evergreen specimen where space is limited. Grows to 15’ or more by about 6’ wide. Sun. Zone 4.

Pinus densiflora ‘Golden Ghost’ Possibly the best of the variegated pines, this striking cultivar features needles banded in yellow and white. Excellent for adding color and contrast to the garden. Grows slightly taller than wide. Prune candles in spring for more compact habit. 6x4’ in ten years. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Pinus parviflora ‘Regenhold Broom’ Slow growing, compact and densely branched dwarf form of the Japanese White Pine with very pretty, short, blue-green needles. Grows just 1-2” per year. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. Zone 4.

Pinus parviflora ‘Fukuzumi’ Exceptional evergreen for specimen and accent use. Plants have a sweeping lateral habit of growth which lends a sculpted quality. Great for Japanese gardens, rock gardens, or as a specimen. Sun. Zone 4.

Pinus parviflora ‘Regenhold Broom’ Slow growing, compact and densely branched dwarf form of the Japanese White Pine with very pretty, short, blue-green needles. Grows just 1-2” per year. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. Zone 4.

 

Pinus parviflora ‘Tanima no yuki’  This dwarf Japanese White Pine features pink buds in Spring followed by creamy-white new growth. Slow-growing and irregular in habit, becoming more upright with time. An interesting addition to any garden. Best with a little afternoon shade. Zone 4.

Pinus schwerinii ‘Weithorst’ Dwarf pine with handsome long green needles. Slow growing. Upright and narrowly pyramidal in habit. Good for adding softness and texture to the garden. Sun. Zone 4.

Pinus strobus ‘Blue Shag’ This dwarf white pine features soft, thin, blue-green needles and a densely branched mounding habit. Nice for adding texture and contrast to a mixed border or evergreen garden. Grows about 3” per year. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Pinus sylvestris ‘Glauca Nana’ Dwarf Scott’s Pine cultivar features blue-green needles on a dense-growing mounding plant. Excellent for use as a foundation plant or in mixed borders. Grows about 2” per year. Sun. Zone 4.

Prunus pumila ‘Gus Melquist’ This prostrate sand cherry feature slender green leaves and small white flowers in spring. Red fruits develop later in summer followed by striking red fall color. Low and spreading. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

 

Prunus subhirtella ‘Autumnalis’ This hardy flowering cherry features pink, semi-double flowers in early spring and a symmetrical, rounded habit. Fall color is a pleasant yellow. Great for smaller landscapes. Grows to around 20’. Grows well in average soil. Sun. Zone 5.

 

Prunus x ‘Hally Jolivette’ This popular shrubby cherry bears clouds of white semi-double flowers in spring. Compact and densely branched. Rounded in form with yellow fall color. Good for smaller landscapes. Under 10’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Quercus dentata ‘Pinnatifida’ This unique oak features felty-green, deeply-cut foliage. An excellent specimen for bringing interest to smaller landscapes. Slow growing to around 12’. Sun. Zone 4. 

Rhododendron ‘Ginny Gee’ This compact small leaf rhododendron features apple-blossom pink flowers in spring. Slow growing and good for foundation planting or mixed shrub borders. Grows to about 2.5’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Rhododendron ‘Jane Grant’  This hard-to-find Rhododendron features a dense, compact habit and prolific bloom. Dark reddish-pink buds appear in late spring, opening pink and fading gradually to white. Named for the co-founder of White Flower Farm. Slow-growing, ultimately reaching 4-5’ after many years. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Rhododendron ‘Janet Blair’  This compact growing rhododendron features showy blush-pink flowers in Late spring. Slow-growing to about 5’ with a wider spread. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Rhododendron ‘Long’s yakusimanum’   Nice rhododendron for foundation planting and mixed beds. Low growing and compact, plants bears trusses of soft pink flowers in spring. New leaves have are covered in felt-like tomentum for a time. Slow-growing to about 3’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Rhododendron ‘Mary Fleming’  This compact small-leaved rhododendron features creamy yellow flowers with a blush of pink in spring. Slow-growing to about 4’ with a wider spread. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Rhododendron myrtifolium  Great little compact rhododendron for smaller spaces, foundations and mixed plantings. Bunches of pink tubular flowers appear in late spring. Small leaves and a dense habit of growth. Slow growing to about 3’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Rhododendron ‘Wilsonii’ Excellent and versatile rhododendron features narrow leaves and a compact habit. Good for naturalizing, hedging or foundation planting. Seldom flowers. Grows to about 30” tall by twice as wide. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 

Rhododendron yak x smirnowii   Nice rhododendron for foundation planting and mixed beds. Low growing and compact, plants bears trusses of soft pink flowers in spring. New leaves have are covered in felt-like tomentum for a time. Slow-growing to about 3’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Rhus aromatica ‘Lacette’  Improved cultivar features finely cut leaves and a compact densely-branched habit of growth. Wider than tall, spreading up to 6’ wide while growing just 4’ high. Spring flowers are a magnet for pollinators. Prune after flowering, if desired. Exceptional red Fall color. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

Rhus ‘Tiger Eyes’ Excellent plant for textural interest and season-long color.  Bright yellow fern-like leaves on a low growing, open limbed Salix sachalinensis ‘Sekka’ Fantail Willow  Interesting shrubby willow features long narrow leaves and soft silvery catkins in late winter and early spring. Plants produce flattened curved stems sought after for flower arrangements. Grows to 8’. Sun. Zone 5..  Good as a specimen or in a mixed border.  Tolerant of dry soils. Grows to about 4'. Sun. Zone 3.

Robinia psuedoacacia ‘Umbraculifera’ Great tree for smaller landscapes. This small tree features fern-like compound leaves and a rounded, umbrella-like canopy. Grows to around 15’. Tolerates a range of soils. Sun. Zone 4. 

 

Rosa rubrifolia  Rosa glauca  With its dusty-purple leaves, Rosa glauca makes a nice addition to the mixed border. Single, pale pink flowers in late spring followed by showy orange-red hips in the fall. Grows to about 5’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Salix album ‘Silver Column’  Really pretty columnar willow great for adding some shimmer to the landscape. Narrow silver leaves all summer long. Can grow to 30’ tall, but only 10-12’ wide. Prune hard to maintain a smaller stature. Sun. Zone 3.

Salix boydii Dwarf willow with silvery foliage. Very slow growing. Nice for the rock garden or as a bonsai subject. Prefers an evenly moist, but well-drained soil. Grows just 1’ high. Sun. Zone 4. 

Salix sachalinensis ‘Sekka’ Fantail Willow  Interesting shrubby willow features long narrow leaves and soft silvery catkins in late winter and early spring. Plants produce flattened curved stems sought after for flower arrangements. Grows to 8’. Sun. Zone 5.

Salix chaenomeloides ‘Mt. Aso’  Handsome pussy willow selection featuring striking rose-pink blossoms in early spring. Silvery-blue foliage. Excellent for cutting. Grows to 6’. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Salix argentea ‘Repens’ An excellent choice for bringing a bit of texture and contrast to the garden. Fuzzy, silvery-green leaves appear on arching stems. Silvery catkins line stems in early spring. Nice as an accent or foil for the mixed border. Shear as needed. Grows to 3’. Sun. Zone 4.

Salix nitida Pretty, low-growing and spreading willow features silvery foliage on red stems. Showy catkins in spring. Grows to around 2’ tall by 4’ wide. Prefers some moisture in the soil but is adaptable. Sun. Zone 3.

Sambucus nigra ‘Black Lace’  Excellent elderberry cultivar with deep purple finely cut foliage.  White flower panicles appear in late spring. Good for containers or mixed border plantings.  Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Sarcococca hookeriana ‘Sweet and Low’ Nice little evergreen for a part-shade to full shade part of the garden. Slender evergreen leaves and a compact habit. Plants bear fragrant, frilly white flowers tipped with red in early spring. Grows to 3’ Not tolerant of dry soils. Shade to part shade. Zone 5.

Sassafras albidum  Nice tree for larger landscapes. The sassafras tree features unique, finger-like leaves that turn fantastic shades of russet orange and red in the all. Tolerates a range of soil types. Grows to 40’ or more. Sun. Zone 4.

Schizophragma  hydrangeoides ‘Moonlight’  Woody vine very similar to the climbing Hydrangea.  Heart-shaped green leaves are overlaid with a silvery sheen.  Climbs by affixing itself to structures via adventitious roots.  Panicles of white flowers appear in summer.  Can be trained on trees, walls, etc.  Sun to part shade.  Zone 5.

Sciadopitys verticillata ‘Joe Kozy’ Attractive narrow cultivar of the popular Japanese Umbrella Pine. Plant for a dense column of thick deep-green needles on upright limbs. Good as a vertical specimen where space is limited. 7’x2’ wide in ten years. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Sciadopitys ‘Picola’ A more modestly sized cultivar of the outstanding Japanese Umbrella Pine, ‘Picola’ features stout dense limbs and shorter thinner needles than the species. Great for smaller gardens and mixed plantings. Grows to 4’. Zone 4.

Sophora davidii  Uncommon shrub features a shrubby habit and a display of pretty, white, wisteria-like flowers with a blue blush. Very small pea-like leaves. May grow to 6’ or more. Prefers a well-drained soil. Sun. Zone 5.

 

Spirea ‘Poprocks Petite’  Very sweet little plant features a compact rounded habit, small green leaves and panicles of light pink flowers in late spring. Use in rock gardens, foundation plantings and mixed beds, requires little to no pruning. Grows to about 18”. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Spirea thunbergii ‘Ogon’ Rugged plant with feathery gold foliage. Plant bears white flowers in late spring. Great for adding color and texture to a mixed border. Sun to part shade. Grows to 4’. Zone 4.

 

Spirea x ‘Mini Gold’  Very sweet little plant features a compact rounded habit, very small golden-yellow leaves and panicles of light pink flowers in late spring. Use in rock gardens, foundation plantings and mixed beds, requires little to no pruning. Grows to about 18”. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Stewartia pseudocamellia  Japanese Stewartia  Small tree with year round interest.  White Camellia-like flowers in July and a patchwork of exfoliating bark as plants mature. Red fall color. Very choice. Grows to 20’ or more. Sun. Zone (4)5.

Styrax japonicus ‘Pink Trinket’ This new introduction of the Japanese Snowbell features a dense, shrubby habit and a rounded outline. Soft pink, bell-shaped flowers adorn the plant in late spring. Slow growing. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Styrax obassia  This charming Snowbell features a compact, rounded form with upright, slightly sinuous limbs and clusters of white, bell-shaped flowers in early summer. Leaves are large. Trees grow to about 15-20’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Symphoricarpos ‘Pinky Promise’ This rugged little shrub bears small pink flowers in spring followed by a striking display of pink berries borne along arching branches in late summer and fall. Grows to just 3’. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

Syringa meyeri ‘Palabin’ This dwarf lilac feature a compact rounded form and small rounded green leaves. Fragrant pink flowers appear in late spring. Excellent accent for smaller gardens. Grows to 5’. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Tamarix ramosissima ‘Summer Glow’ This open and airy plant features finely textured foliage and plumes of dark pink blossoms in summer, lasting for a few weeks. Adaptable to dry sites. Prune hard in spring for a more compact plant. Can grow to 8’ or more if left alone. Sun. Zone 3.

 

Taxodium distichum Bald Cypress Very nice tree for larger landscapes. This deciduous conifer features handsome bark and fine, feathery compound leaves. Leaves turn russet-gold in fall. Adaptable to wet or dry soils. Can grow to 50’ or more.  Sun. Zone 4.

Taxus baccata ‘Repandens’ Handsome spreading yew. Slow-growing. Makes a nice, informal ground cover or use in the rock garden. Slender, shiny green needles. Grows to around 2’ tall by 10’ wide. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Thuja occidentalis ‘Filiformis’ Interesting pillowy evergreen with dense, thread-like green  foliage. Slow growing with a wide mounding habit. Makes a nice accent in mixed plantings. Grows to around 6’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Thuja occidentalis ‘Piccolo’ A very compact cultivar of Thuja occidentalis, ‘Piccolo’ features a dense, upright, slightly irregular habit of growth. Plants grow very slowly. Nice for the rock garden or where space is limited. Zone 4.

Tsuga canadensis ‘Pendula’ An exceptional garden specimen, the weeping hemlock maintains a four-season presence with its dramatic pendulous limbs and deep green needles. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Vaccinium macrocarpon ‘Stevens’  This compact, low-growing, spreading cranberry produces bright red fruits in summer. Pink flowers in spring. Self-pollinating. Prefers a soil with some organic matter. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Viburnum acerifolium  Native viburnum featuring maple-like leaves and panicles of white flowers in spring. Blue-black fruits appear in summer followed in fall by very nice burgundy-red foliage. Grows to 4-5’. More shade tolerant than most viburnums. Not tolerant of dry soil. Part shade. Zone 4.

Viburnum burkwoodii ‘Mohawk’ This excellent viburnum features a rounded habit with clusters of red buds opening to fragrant, tubular white flowers in spring followed by red berries in late summer. Fall color is a mix of orange and red. Grows to around 6’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Viburnum carlessii ‘Spice Island’ This compact viburnum features pink buds in late spring which open into very fragrant clusters of pinkish-white flowers. Rounded in habit and densely branched. Grows 3-4’. Excellent for smaller gardens. Red fall color. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Viburnum wrightii ‘C. A. Hildebrandt’ This dwarf viburnum features panicles of fuzzy-looking white flowers in spring followed by clusters of red berries in late summer. Fall color is a mix of orange and red. Berries are enjoyed by birds. Grows to around 4’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Viburnum dilatatum ‘Michael Dodge’  Stunning in fall and winter with bunches of creamy yellow berries. Plants bear panicles of white flowers in spring. Fall color is a nice red. Pollinate with viburnum ‘Cardinal Candy’ for best berry production. Grows to 6’.  Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Viburnum opulus ‘Nanum’  Nice little accent shrub for foundation planting, hedging, mixed beds or specimen use. Good for small spaces as plants grow only 2’ tall, spreading wider with time. Red to purple-red fall color. Rarely flowers. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Viburnum plicatum tomentosum ‘Kern’s Pink’ Horizontally limbed viburnum bears pink and white snowball-type flowers up and down its braches each spring. Small red berries follow in summer, often eaten by birds. Excellent burgundy fall color. Grows to 6’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Viburnum plicatum tomentosum ‘Molly Schroeder’  Horizontally limbed viburnum bears panicles of pink flowers up and down its braches each spring. Small red berries follow in summer, often eaten by birds. Excellent burgundy fall color. Grows to 6’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Viburnum prunifolium ‘Dark Tower’  Nice tree for small landscapes. Pyramidal habit with clusters of white flowers in spring followed by blue-black berries in late summer. Fall color is a nice blend of red hues. Grows to 12’ or more. Native. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Viburnum rhytidophyllum ‘Allegheny’ Excellent Viburnum for screening or specimen use. Creamy white flowers in late spring. Clusters of red berries in fall. Leathery long green leaves. Retains leaves well into mid-winter. Grows to 6-10’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5. 

Wikstroemia trichotoma  This uncommon woody ornamental features delicate arching stems lined with compound green leaves. In late summer the branch ends are adorned with bunches of small tubular yellow flowers. Use as a specimen in mixed plantings for late summer color. Grows to 3’. Part shade. Zone 5.

Wisteria macrostachya ‘Summer Cascade’  This hardy wisteria vine produces lavender-purple flowers on new growth in early summer. A later and much more reliable bloomer than some other species. Grows to about 10’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

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