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 2021
The following items will be available for the 2021 planting season, including a number of cultivars not listed.
Abies koreana ‘Green Carpet’ Versatile evergreen has medium green foliage and a compact, slightly mounded, spreading habit. Good as a ground cover among other evergreens or in a mixed border. Grows about 2’ tall. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.
Abies koreana ‘Ice Breaker’ 2014 Conifer of the Year This exceptional dwarf evergreen features recurved needles that prominently display the silvery-white undersides, adding both texture and color to the garden. Grows 2-3” per year. Excellent for smaller gardens. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.
Abies koreana ‘Silberzwerg’ Very choice miniature form of the Korean fir. Recurved needles display white undersides giving the plant a silvery appearance. Grows just an inch per year. Great for small spaces.  Sun to part shade.  Zone 4.
Abies lasiocarpa ‘Green Globe’  Very nice dwarf form of the alpine fir. Rounded in form with dense limbs and soft grey-green needles. Good for rock gardens and mixed borders. Grows around 3” per year. Sun. Zone 4.
Abies lasiocarpa ‘Hurricane Blue’ Dense slow-growing fir with soft powder-blue needles. Broadly pyramidal in form. Good for adding a touch of color to the landscape. Grows 5-6” per year. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Acer campestre ‘Nana’  This extremely dwarf form of the hedge maple produces a mounding densely-branched plant effective as a specimen or in a mixed planting. Grows just 2-3” a year. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

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 palmatum ‘Emerald Lace’ Small maple with a stiffly pendulous habit. Its light green leaves are finely dissected, giving the plant an airy, feathery appearance. Good for textural interest. Mounding in habit. Wider than tall. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Little Fingers’ Dwarf Japanese Maple with finely cut palmate foliage resembling slender hands. Foliage is coppery-red. Slow growing and upright in habit. Adds a nice textural element to the landscape. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Acer palmatum ‘Pastel’ Uniquely colored tree has creamy-pink foliage in spring overlaid with striking green veins that darken during the season. Deeply cut leaves with wavy margins. Small tree with an upright form. Fall color is deep red. Zone 5.

 

 

Acer palmatum ‘Red Dragon’ Excellent cutleaf maple features red, finely dissected foliage on pendulous cascading limbs. Makes a great specimen or use as accent in a mixed border.   Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Acer palmatum ‘Red Emperor’ Great maple for smaller landscapes. Burgundy-red leaves all season long, turning bright red in fall. Rounded in form. Grows to about 15’ after many seasons. 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 ‘Ukigumo’ 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 10’.  Prefers 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 palmatum ‘White Peaches’ Small tree with an upright habit characterized by interesting peachy spring color and striking dark green veins. In summer the deeply lobed foliage turns white with dark green veins. Morning sun. Zone 5.

 

Acer palmatum ‘Tamuke yama’ An old and very good dissectum cultivar. Plant features a horizontal, semi-pendulous habit and feathery red foliage all season long. Excellent for specimen use, water features or mixed beds. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Acer palmatum ‘Yatsubusa Kiyohime’ This dwarf maple features small green leaves with pink margins in spring. Slow-growing and compact, often growing wider than tall. Good for bonsai, or as a container maple, or tucked into the garden. Sun to part shad. Zone 5.

 

Acer pseudoplatanus ‘Eskimo Sunset’ This stunning tree features leaves splashed with a mix of pink white and green. Undersides of leaves are maroon. Rounded in form and relatively slow growing. Excellent as a specimen. Grows to 15’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 

Acer saccharum ‘Monumentale’ This very narrow sugar maple cultivar makes a nice vertical accent in the garden. Good for areas with limited space. Definitely a conversation starter. Orange fall color. Grows to 30’ by 2’ wide. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Acer shirasawanum ‘Autumn Moon’ Small tree notable for its blend of yellow-green leaves infused with orange. Fall color is a vibrant mix of red and orange. Excellent as a specimen for the small garden or mixed border. Slow growing to perhaps 6’. 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.

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 ‘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.

Azalea kiusianum ‘Best Pink’ Ground hugging, semi-evergreen azalea bears pink flowers in spring. Likes acidic, organically enriched, well-drained soil. Protect from winter sun and wind. Sun to part shad. Zone 5(6).

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 ‘Pink and Sweet’ Deciduous azalea featuring fragrant pink flowers in late spring. Fall color features a mix of orange and red. Likes acidic, organically enriched, well-drained soil. Can grow to 4’. Part shade. Zone 4.

Azalea arborescens ‘Summer Parasol’ Deciduous azalea featuring fragrant white flowers in early summer. Fall color features a mix of orange and red. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil. 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.

 

Bamboo - Fargesia Nitida 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. 

Betula platyphylla ‘Dakota Pinnacle’ This handsome birch features a narrow, upright habit of growth, dark green leaves and exceptional yellow-gold fall foliage. Bark becomes smooth and white as tree matures. Grows to about 30’ tall x 10’ wide. Sun. Zone 3.

 

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.

Buxus microphylla ‘Green Velvet’ Exceptional boxwood good for low hedges and garden accents. Small green leaves, dense habit and deep green color. Grows about 3” per year. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Buxus microphylla ‘Tide Hill’ Slow growing and wider than tall. A good choice for low hedges and garden accents. Small green leaves, dense habit and medium green color, even in winter. Grows about 2” per year. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 

Calluna vulgaris ‘Maires’  Heather  White flowers late summer. Grows to 24”. Shear in spring. Sun to part shade. Protect from winter sun and wind. Zone 5.

 

Calluna vulgaris ‘Martha Hermann’  Heather  White flowers with a blush of pink, late summer. Grows to 12”. Shear in spring. Sun to part shade. Protect from winter sun and wind. 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.

 

Cedrus deodora ‘Eisregen’ This narrow selection of the deodar cedar features blue-green needles and a slender habit of growth. Nice as a specimen or accent. Grows to 20’x6’.  Sun. Zone 5.

Cephalanthus occidentalis ‘Magical Moonlight’ This native cultivar features a compact habit, glossy green leaves and in mid-summer, a constellation of otherworldly-looking globular white flowers. A pollinator magnet. Grows to 4’. Yellow fall color. 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 'Vand den Akker'  Wonderful specimen plant has lateral limbs hung with pendant branchlets.  The overall effect is one of a very dramatic and elegant weeping evergreen.  Rich green in color and narrow in form.  Grows to 15’ or more.  Sun to part shade.  Zone 4.

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 pisifera ‘Angel Hair’ This dwarf Chamaecyparis features delicate looking thread-like foliage and a slow-growing, compact habit. Good for adding some texture to a small space. 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 retusus Chinese Fringetree. This small tree covers itself with feathery white flowers in late spring. Exfoliating bark adds four-season interest. Rounded in form. Can grow to 15’ or more. 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 alnifolia ‘Einstein’ Durable and attractive cultivar of the very useful Summersweet. Plant features a dense, compact habit of growth, reaching just 4’ tall and wide. Fragrant slender, slightly twisted white flowers cover the plant in late summer. Yellow fall color. Tolerates a range of soils. Sun to shade. Zone 4.

Clethra alnifolia ‘Ruby Spice’ Durable and attractive cultivar of the very popular Summersweet. Plant features a dense, upright habit of growth, reaching 5’ tall and wide. Fragrant pink flowers in late summer. Good yellow fall color. Tolerates a range of soils. Sun to shade. Zone 4.

 

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 kousa ‘Akatsuki’ Excellent tree for smaller landscapes. ‘Atsuki’ features green leaves edged in white. Rose pink flowers in early summer last for several weeks. Excellent purplish-red fall color. Grows to around 12’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Cornus kousa chinensis A must for every garden, the kousa dogwood bears 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 ‘Miss Satomi’ Lovely pink-flowered form of the kousa dogwood. This small tree bears pink flowers beginning in early summer and lasting for several weeks. Fall color is a deep red. Mature trees develop a handsome exfoliating bark. Grows to 20’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 

Cornus x ‘Venus’  Excellent small tree featuring large, clean white flowers up to 4” across for several weeks in early summer. Eye-catching, purple-red fall color. Grows to 15’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Cornus kousa ‘Wolf Eyes’ Striking variegated dogwood features wavy green leaves with wide white margins. White flowers appear in early summer. Typical of the species, fall color is a pleasant mix of pinks, oranges and reds. Grows to 12’ or more. Best in part shade. Zone 4.

Cornus mas ‘Spring Glow’ A good tree for smaller landscapes, this Cornelian Cherry Dogwood bears sunny yellow flowers in early spring, often around the time forsythias are blooming. Compact and rounded in form. Grows to about 15’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Cornus mas ‘Variegata’ This variegated cultivar of the Cornelian Cherry Dogwood features green leaves edged in white. Among the first trees to flower in the spring, it produces clusters of small yellow flowers followed by red berries in the fall. Grows to 15’. Part shade. Zone 5.

Cornus sericea ‘Arctic Fire’  Showy red stems brighten the winter garden. At 5-6’ tall, ‘Arctic Fire’ grows only about half as high as the species. Prune low to encourage more stems. White flowers in spring. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

Cotoneaster ‘Streib’s Findling’ Good accent/groundcover plant. Forms a spreading mat with small green leaves and little red fruits in the fall. Good for mixing among evergreens or creeping over stones. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Cotoneaster apiculata ‘Tom Thumb’ Great little plant has small dark green leaves and a dense spreading habit of growth. Drought tolerant and rugged. Good for mixing with other woody plants, draping over walls, or as a groundcover. 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 ‘Nikko Blush’ 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 ‘Firefly 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’   Less common than other Enkianthus cultivars, ‘Albiflorus’ features clean, creamy-white bell-shaped flowers in late spring. Upright in habit, but more compact than the species with yellow to red fall color. Prefers a cool, acidic soil. Sun to part shade.  Zone 5.

 

Erica carnea ‘King George’ This popular heath features an abundance of showy little rose-pink flowers along its stems in late winter. A harbinger of spring, it is among the first plants to bloom in the garden. Grows 6-8” tall and spreads. Sun to part shade. Protect from winter sun and wind. Zone 5.

Exochorda ‘Snow Day Blizzard’ Often referred to as ‘Pearlbush’ this rugged shrub features scores of pearl-like buds opening along cascading branches for a stunning spring display. Grows 3-4’ tall and wide. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.   

 

Fagus sylvatica ‘Aurea Pendula’ A garden standout, this lovely weeping form of the European Beech features soft yellow foliage in the spring turning yellow green in summer. Grows taller than wide. Excellent four-season specimen. Best in part shade. Zone 4.

 

Fagus sylvatica ‘Fau de Verzy’ Very similar to F.s. ‘Tortuosa’ this small tree forms an umbrella-like canopy of contorted limbs. Makes a highly expressive four-season specimen. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 

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.

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 ‘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.

Ginkgo biloba ‘Pyramidalis’ 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 ‘Troll’  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. Excellent for bonsai, rock gardens or mixed plantings. Sun. Zone 4.

Hamamelis ’Birgit’  One of the darkest blooming witch hazels, ‘Birgit’ enlivens the late winter landscape with an abundance of purple-red strap-like flowers. Fall color is often a grand mix of yellow and reds. Grows to 8’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Hamamelis intermedia x ‘Ruby Glow’  A harbinger of warmer weather in the late winter garden, ‘Ruby Glow’ produces coppery-red flowers in late February and March. Upright in habit, it can grow to 15’. Exceptional orange-red fall color. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

Heptacodium miconioides ’Temple of Bloom’ More compact and earlier blooming than the species, this cultivar is 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 6-10’’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 

Hibiscus ‘Pollypetite’ Very nice compact hibiscus good for smaller landscapes. Plants bear pretty lavender blossoms in late summer. Growing just 4-5’, ‘Pollypetite’ won’t overwhelm a mixed border or foundation planting. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

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 petiolaris ‘Firefly’ A lesser known cultivar of the popular climbing hydrangea, ‘Miranda’ sports heart-shaped green leaves edged in creamy yellow. Good for climbing on walls, pergolas, arbors and other sturdy structures. Part shade. Zone 4.   

 

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Mariesii’ This novelty plant features green leaves with strong white borders. A standout in the semi-shaded border. Not reliable for flowering in our climate, but a worthy garden addition just for its foliage. Part shade. Zone 5.

 

Hydrangea serrata ‘Blue Bird’ Longtime favorite cultivar notable for its reliable summer blossoms. Lacecap form with panicles of blue florets mid to late summer. Blooms on old and new wood. Foliage will often color red in fall. Grows to 4’. Part shade. Zone 5.

Ilex pendunculosa Small evergreen tree or large shrub. Female plants produce bright red berries in late summer. This underused species grows in sun to part shade. Can grow to 12’ or more. Zone 5. Female. Requires a male plant for berry production.

 

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 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.

 

Lespedeza thunbergii ‘Gibraltar’  Small shrub features fine, arching stems covered with lavender-pink pea-like flowers in August and September. A show stopper in bloom. Tolerant of poor soils. Cut to ground each spring for larger blossoms. Grows 3-4’. Full sun. Zone 4.

 

Leucothoe x ‘Sparkle’ Very nice Leucothoe hybrid great for lighting up the garden with its creamy white and green variegated foliage. Compact with arching limbs, this plant makes a nice accent for the semi-shaded mixed border. Evergreen to semi-evergreen. Part shade. Zone 5.

 

Magnolia x soulangiana ‘Kiki’s Broom’ This novel little magnolia makes a great addition to smaller gardens and mixed beds. Densely branched, compact and shrubby in form, plants produce saucers shaped pink and white flowers in mid-Spring. Grows wider than tall. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

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 ‘Susan’ Choice small tree bears scores of lavender-pink flowers in mid-spring. Flower buds are reddish-pink as they emerge. Forms a wide, rounded, dense-growing tree. Will often rebloom in late summer. To 15’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Magnolia x brooklynensis ‘Yellow Bird’ Considered one of the best yellow magnolia cultivars, ‘Yellow Bird’  bears bright, creamy-yellow flowers each spring before the foliage appears, but typically after the danger of frost has passed. Pyramidal in form. May grow to 25’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

 

Morus rubra ‘Superdwarf’  Very cute dwarf form of the Red Mulberry. Plant features deeply lobed glossy leaves and a dense rounded habit. Grows 2-3’ with equal spread. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

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.

 

Passiflora incarnata ‘Ammons Blue’  Twining vine native to the Midwest features showy white-petaled flowers arrayed around a center of blue filaments. Flowers form edible fruits which ripen in fall. Typically dies to the ground in winter. Tolerates various soil types. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Little Devil’ Dwarf cultivar of the rugged Ninebark. Smaller profile allows for more landscape uses. Season-long burgundy color combines well with other plants. Grows 3-4’ tall. Shears well. Clusters of pink flowers in early summer. Drought tolerant once established. Best in full sun. Zone 3.

Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Panther’ Rugged upright shrub has flattering deep burgundy foliage all season long. Clusters of small white flowers appear in spring. Drought tolerant once established. Nice for adding some consistent color to the garden. Best in full sun. Grows to 5’x3’. Zone 3.

Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Tiny Wine Gold’ Choice dwarf cultivar of the popular physocarpus. New foliage emerges bright yellow and fades to yellow-green. Small in stature and in leaf make for lots of potential uses. Clusters of pinkish-white flowers in early summer. Drought tolerant once established. Best in full sun. Grows 2-3’. Zone 3.

Picea abies ‘Big Wave’ Handsome weeping form of the Norway Spruce has long blue-green foliage and a dense pendulous habit. Great as an accent or a specimen. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Picea abies ‘Cupressina’ Handsome upright form of the Norway Spruce has an upright slender habit of growth. Great as an accent or a specimen where a narrow form is required. Grows to 20’ or more by about 4’ wide. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Picea abies ‘Elegans’ Handsome low growing dwarf evergreen good for foundation plantings, mixed borders and rock gardens. Forms a flattened mound, growing wider than tall. Grows about 2” per year. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Picea abies ‘Formanek’  Prostrate cultivar of the Norway Spruce. Can be trained upward or allowed to drape and spread. Nice as an accent among other woody plants. Sun. Zone 3.

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 glauca ‘Echiniformis’ Very cute miniature cultivar of the Black Hills spruce. Features fine short blue-green needles on a dense, low-growing evergreen. Grows just 1” or so a year, becoming slightly more upright with age. Sun. Zone 4.

Picea glauca ‘Humpty Dumpty’ Similar in habit to the Dwarf Alberta Spruce, but more tightly formed and slower growing. Grows just 1” or so a year. Good for rock gardens, containers and areas with limited space. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Picea glauca ‘Pendula’ Exceptional weeping evergreen good for areas with limited space or where a vertical accent is useful. Excellent as a specimen or in a mixed border. Grows perfectly straight without need of staking. Grows to 20’ tall by 3’ wide. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Picea mariana ‘Ericoides’  Diminutive mound-forming spruce good for the rock garden or tucking into a small space. Blue-grey needles and a dense, compact form. Grows just an inch or so each season. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Picea omorika ‘Gotelli Weeping’ Exceptional upright evergreen forms a narrow pyramid. Blue-green weeping branchlets make for a stunning specimen as the tree matures. Grows to around 25’ tall x 6’ wide. 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 omorika 'Pendula Bruns'   Wonderful weeping form of the Serbian Spruce. Narrow in form with sharply pendant limbs.  Needles are blue-green with silvery undersides. Excellent specimen plant. Sun. Zone 4.

Picea orientalis ‘Silver Seedling’ Interesting cultivar of the Oriental Spruce featuring green needles splashed with white. Conical in habit. Slow growing when young, but grows faster with age. Best in part shade. Zone 4.

 

Picea pungens ‘Blue Totem’  This fastigiate form of blue spruce features a densely branched, strictly upright habit of growth and steely-blue needles. Use as a vertical accent, a specimen, or in mixed plantings. Moderate growth rate. Can grow to 12’ tall or more by 3-4’ wide. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Picea pungens ‘Dietz Prostrate’  This low-growing spreading form of blue spruce features steely-blue needles. Plant can be staked for height or left to trail along the ground. Grow over stones, on slopes or use in mixed plantings. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Picea pungens ‘Hartsel’  This bright, blue-needled cultivar lends itself to a variety of landscape uses. Slow-growing and globose, ‘Hartsel’ can be used in rock gardens, foundation plantings and mixed beds. Grows just a few inches a year. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Picea pungens ‘Pali’  This miniature blue-needled spruce forms a densely-branched compact mound. Grows about 1” per season. Good for the rock garden or in a mixed planting. Cute and rugged. 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.

 

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 ‘Bonsai’ Sweet, slow-growing miniature Pieris features a compact habit complete with diminutive leathery green leaves. Grows just an inch or so a year. A collector’s plant, nice for tucking into a small semi-shaded spot in the garden. Part shade. Zone 5.

Pieris japonica ‘Katsura’  This very pretty Andromeda features lightly fragrant racemes of rose-pink flowers in early spring followed by a flush of very striking wine-red foliage. New growth continues sporadically during the summer. Grows to 3’. Part shade. Zone 5. 

Pieris japonica ‘Little Heath’ A nice addition to the semi-shade garden, this sweet little evergreen features a dwarf, compact habit and green leaves edged in white. Grows just a few inches a year. Part shade. Zone 5.

 

Pieris japonica ‘Pygmaea’ Worlds apart in appearance from other Pieris cultivars, this sweet little evergreen features a dwarf, compact habit and unique needle-like leaves. Grows just a few inches a year. A collectors plant for semi-shade. Zone 5.

 

Pinus bungeana ‘Silver Ghost’ This small pine features exfoliating bark in a patchwork of green silver and gray. Open in form with dark green needles. Older plants provide year-round interest in the landscape. Grows to 25’. 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 heldreichii ‘Banderica’ Nice compact evergreen features dark green needles and a compact, broadly pyramidal habit of growth. Very densely branched. Requires no pruning. Grows around 3” per year. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Pinus mugo ‘Piggelmee’  This miniature mugo pine forms a densely-branched compact mound. Grows about 1” per season. Good for the rock garden or in a mixed planting. Cute and rugged. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Pinus mugo ‘Rock Garden’ Sweet, slow-growing dwarf mugo pine features a compact habit and short, thin, brush-like needles. Grows just an inch or so a year. Great for tucking into a small spaces in rock gardens or mixed plantings. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Pinus parviflora ‘Blue Giant’ Nice Japanese White Pine cultivar features blue-green needles and a full, pyramidal habit of growth. Nice as a specimen tree or added to a large border. Grows 3-4” per year. Sun. 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 ‘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 parviflora ‘Tenysu-kazu (Goldilocks)’ This choice cultivar of the Japanese White Pine features  golden new growth. Compact and irregular in form. Nice for adding color and contrast to the garden. Best color 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 strobus ‘Horsford’ One of the slower growing of the white pine cultivars, ‘Horsford’ maintains a dense rounded form with a very tight and compact habit of growth. Excellent for the rock garden or any small space. Light green needles. Grows just 3” per year. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Pinus strobus ‘Mini Twists’ Small and rounded in form, this dwarf pine features soft blue-green needles with a slight twist. Good for adding form and texture to the mixed border or evergreen garden. Grows about 2” per year. Sun. Zone 4.

 

Pinus strobus ‘Soft Touch’  This compact dwarf white pine features soft slender green needles and a densely branched habit. Good for use in mixed plantings and as a foundation plant. Grows slowly to about 4’ tall and 5’ wide at maturity. Sun. Zone 3.

 

Pinus strobus ‘Sea Urchin’ One of the slower growing of the white pine cultivars, ‘Sea Urchin’ maintains a dense rounded form with a very tight and compact habit of growth. Excellent for the rock garden or any small space. Grows just 1-2” per year. Sun. Zone 4.

Pinus sylvestris ‘Albyn Prostrata’ Prostrate form of the Scot’s Pine. This blue-green cultivar forms a large spreading mat. Can be trained for height or left to creep along the ground. Excellent with other evergreens or in the rock garden. Sun. 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.

 

 

 

Potentilla tridentata ‘Nuuk’  Rugged little groundcover bears white flowers sporadically throughout the season. In fall the foliage turns shades of red and orange. Nice as a border edger or as an underplanting around woody ornamentals. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

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 ‘Little Twist’ This compact flowering cherry features a spring display of pinkish-white flowers. Limbs are slightly contorted lending winter interest. Fall color is mahogany-red. Under 10’. Sun to part shade. 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.

Prunus yedoensis ‘Akebono’ Excellent small flowering cherry. ‘Akebono’ bears clouds of soft pink flowers in early spring. Good for smaller gardens. Habit is somewhat vase shaped with more of a lateral spread as trees mature. Fall color is a mix of yellow and orange. Grows to 15’. Sun. Zone 5.

 

Pyrus faurii ‘Korean Sun’ Excellent small flowering pear. ‘Korean Sun’ bears white flowers in spring. Good for smaller gardens. Rounded and spreading in form. Exceptional and long lasting fall color is a mix of red and orange. Grows to 12’. Sun. Zone 4.

Quercus robur ‘Filicifolia’ This unique cultivar of English Oak features curious, deeply cut leaves. Has an airy, feathery appearance in the landscape. Good for specimen use. May grow to 30’ or more. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Quercus ‘Kindred Spirit’ This unusual oak makes an excellent vertical accent for areas with limited space, or where an interesting specimen is desired. Can grow to 30’ tall, while remaining just a few feet wide. Sun. Zone 4.

 

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 ‘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 ‘Windbeam’  Great little compact rhododendron for smaller spaces, foundations and mixed plantings. Trusses of blush-pink tubular flowers appear in late spring. Slow growing to about 3’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

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 copalina ‘Lanham’s Purple’  Small, shrubby tree features tropical-looking compound leaves that emerge purple, turning purple-green by mid-summer. Fall color is a festive blend of orange and red. Grows 8-10’ tall. Sun. 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 ’Prairie Flame’  Small, shrubby tree features shiny green, tropical-looking compound leaves. Produces creamy white flower spikes in summer, followed by a festive blend of orange and red fall color. Grows 4-6’. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Rhus ‘Tiger Eyes’ Excellent plant for textural interest and season-long color.  Bright yellow fern-like leaves on a low growing, open limbed plant.  Good as a specimen or in a mixed border.  Tolerant of dry soils. Grows to about 4'. Sun. Zone 3.

 

Rosa ‘Meidiland White’   Exceptional free flowering shrub rose. New growth has rich red overtones. Glossy green leaves and fragrant white flowers all summer. Disease resistant and quite hardy. Grows to 2’. 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 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 repens v. ‘Nitida’  Silver Creeping Willow This ornamental willow features silvery foliage and yellow catkins in spring before the foliage emerges. Red stems brighten the garden in winter. Grows to about 3’. Slow spreading. Sun. Zone 4.

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.

 

Spirea japonica ‘Alpina’  Very sweet little plant features a compact rounded habit, very 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.

Stephanandra incisa ‘Crispa’ Small creeping shrub characterized by its arching limbs and finely cut leaves. Covers itself with small clusters of white flowers in June. Very drought tolerant once established. Grows to about 2’ tall. 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.

 

Styphnolobium japonicum ‘Pendula’ This weeping form of the Japanese Pagoda Tree provides four season form. Small green compound foliage and a sculpted pendulous form make this an excellent garden specimen. Height depends on staking. Sun. Zone 4.

Styrax japonicus ‘Evening Light’ This new cultivar features a compact shape and coppery-purple new growth. Clusters of small white pendulous flowers cover the tree in June. Slow growing to about 8’. Sun to part shade. Zone 5.

 

Styrax japonicus ‘Marley’s Pink’ This new introduction of the Japanese Snowbell features a refined weeping habit with soft-pink pendant flowers in late spring. A small tree that makes an excellent four-season specimen. 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.

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.

 

Syringa pekinensis ‘Copper Curls’ Handsome small tree features exfoliating copper colored bark. Loose cones of fragrant white flowers appear in early summer. Good for smaller properties. Grows to 20’, becoming rounded with age. 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.

Thuja occidentalis ‘Primo’ A very compact cultivar of Thuja occidentalis, ‘Primo’ features a dense, narrow habit of growth. Plants grow very slowly. Nice for the rock garden or where space is limited. Grows to 4’. Zone 4.

 

Tsuga canadensis ‘ Cole’s Prostrate’ Very popular slow-spreading groundcover type hemlock. Good for creeping over embankments, around water gardens and rock gardens. Grows just an inch or so per season. Best in part shade. Zone 4.

Tsuga canadensis ‘Jeddeloh’ Excellent nest-type dwarf hemlock features a low, mounding, spreading habit of growth. Good for rock gardens, evergreen and mixed beds. Slow growing and wider than tall. 3’x5’ after many years. Sun to part shade. Zone 4.

Tsuga canadensis ‘Moon Frost’ Excellent dwarf hemlock features striking white new growth. Compact and rounded in form with dense, feathery branches. Older growth retains a hint of white. Slow growing. Sun to part shade. 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  American Cranberry  Low growing and spreading. Self-fertile plants bears white flowers in spring followed by small red berries later in the season. Prefers acidic, organically enriched soil. Sun to part shade. Zone 3.

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 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

 

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.


 

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