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Deciduous Shrubs

Buddleia ‘Blueberry Cobbler’ (Zone 5) 5'x5'; Blue flowers fade to yellow-orange

                Low and Behold Ice Chip’ (Zone 5) 3'x3'; white flower spikes on dwarf plant

Ceanothus americanus(Zone 3) 3'x3'; New Jersey Tea has white flowers in summer

Cornus sericea ‘Arctic Sun’ (Zone 4) 3-4'; yellow stems with red tips in the winter

Hamamelis intermedia ‘Orange Beauty’ (Zone 5) 15'x15'; Flowers orange in spring

Hibiscus ‘Rose Satin’ (Zone 5) 15'x10'; Single rose-pink flowers with a prominent red center

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Color Fantasy’ (Zone 5) 4'x4';Red-pink mophead, red leaves in fall

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Fire and Ice’ (Zone 3) 10'x10'; multi-colored blooms are white-pink-red
                         ‘Phantom’ (Zone 3) 10'x10'; Blooms start pale green, turn to white then to pink
                         Vanilla Strawberry’ (Zone 4) 8'x5'; Large blooms start white, turn pink, then red

Rosa ‘Ramblin Red’(Zone 4) Deep red climbing rose

Spiraea latifolia ‘Pink Mountain’ (Zone 4) 4'X4'; Pink spike-like flowers

Syringa vulgaris ‘Old Glory’ (Zone 3) 15'x15'; Single bluish-purple flowers

Viburnum macrocephalum (Zone 6) 15'x15'; Huge white, hydrangea-like flowers

Weigela ‘Dark Horse’ (Zone 4) 4'x4'; Dark burgundy foliage has green veins, bright pink flowers

Wisteria sinensis ‘Sapphire Blue’ (Zone 5) Highly fragrant violet-blue flowers


Abies alba ‘Fastigiata’ (Zone 3) 100+'x20'; Short dark green needles with silver undersides

Abies bornmuelleriana (Zone 3)60'x40'; Beautiful Turkish fir has lush dark green needles

Azalea ‘Bloom-a-thon Pink’ (Zone 6) Evergreen; blooms pink in spring, then reblooms in July
             Bloom-a-thon Red’ (Zone 6) Evergreen; blooms red in spring, then reblooms in July

Cedrus deodara ‘Prostrate Beauty’ (Zone 6) 3'x15'; Silvery green feathery foliage

Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Magnifica’ (Zone 4) 20'x10'; New growth flushed with gold turning dark green

Ilex glabra ‘Densa’ (Zone 4) 6'x5'; Dark green foliage right down to the ground, black fruit

Ilex opaca ‘Cave Hill’ (Zone 5) 40'x20'; Spiny dark green leaves, red fruit
                 Satyr Hill’ (Zone 5) 30'x20'; Spiny dark green leaves, red fruit, dense form

Juniperus chinensis ‘Golden Glow’ (Zone 4) 3'x4'; Golden arching branches

Larix laricina ‘Blue Sparkler’ (Zone 2) 10'x6'; Sparkling blue-green needles, golden-yellow in fall

Metasequoia ‘North Light’ (Zone 5) 6'x6'; Irregular creamy-white spots on green needles

Picea abies ‘Aurea Jacobsen’ (Zone 3) 20'x5'; Golden needles retain their color all year long

Picea glauca ‘North Star’ (Zone 3) 15'x4'; Light green foliage resists winter burn

Picea mariana ‘Aureo-variegata’ (Zone 3) 40'x15'; Blue green needles highlighted with gold

Picea orientalis ‘Martin K’ (Zone 4) 20'x10'; Irregular form, short dark green needles, red buds
Picea pungens ‘Avatar’ (Zone 3) 20'x15'; Layered horizontal branching, very blue foliage
                        Zafiro’ (Zone 2) 15'x8'; Gumdrop shape with vivid blue needles

Pieris japonica ‘Snowdrift’ (Zone 5) 6'x6'; Long chains of white flowers, bronze new growth

Pinus cembra ‘Blue Mound’ (Zone 3) 4'x3'; Finely textured mound of silver-blue needles

Pinus pumila ‘Compacta’ (Zone 4) 4'x6'; Blue-green needles, dense prostrate form

Pinus resinosa ‘Don Smith’ (Zone 2) 6'x10'; Dwarf, dense form with bright green needles

Pinus strobus ‘Mini Twists’ (Zone 3) 4'x4'; Finely textured green needles are twisted
                       Vercurve’ (Zone 3) 3'x4'; Short blue-green needles are twisted

Pinus sylvestris ‘Viridis Compacta’ (Zone 3) 8'x5'; Glossy dark green twisted needles

Pinus thunbergiana ‘Kotobuki’ (Zone 5) 6'x4'; Short dark green needles, white candles

Pinus uncinata ‘Silver Candles’ (Zone 5) 3'x3'; Green needles, Silver-white candles

Rhododendron yak. ‘Queen Alice’ (Zone 5) 5'x5'; Dark pink flowers fading to light pink

Taxodium ‘Peve Minaret’ (Zone 4) 15'x6'; Fern-like dark green needles turn copper in fall

Taxus cuspidata ‘Emerald Spreader’ (Zone 4) 3'x8'; low groundcover with short needles

Taxus x media ‘Robusta’ (Zone 4) 15'x4'; Unusual clumping form of branchlets, Fastigiate

Tsuga canadensis ‘New Gold’ (Zone 4) 60'x20'; Bright yellow new growth hardens to green

Deciduous Trees

Acer japonicum ‘Green Cascade’ (Zone 5) 8'x10'; deeply-cut green leaves, dwarf weeping form

Acer palmatum ‘Aoba Jo’ (Zone 5) 4'x4'; Shrub-like; foliage is large and green w/bronze edges
                         Green Star’ (Zone 5) 30'x20'; Bright green foliage, yellow fall color
                          Kiyohime Yatsubusa’ (Zone 5) 2'x8'; Groundcover with small, green leaves
                           Ojishi’ (Zone 5) 10'x10'; Small twisted dark green leaves with red margins
                           Sister Ghost’ (Zone 5) 8'x6'; Pale green leaves are nearly white when emerging
                           Ukigumo’ (Zone 6) 15'x10'; Mottled foliage is pastel pink, white, and green

Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Spring Delight’ (Zone 5) 8'x10'; pale green leaves edged in red

Acer pseudoseiboldianum ‘Arctic Jade’ (Zone 4) 20'x15'; Large green deeply cut leaves.
                                            North Wind’ (Zone 4) 20'x15'; Green leaves, red/orange fall color

Acer rubrum ‘Autumn Radiance’ (Zone 4) 50'x40'; Broadly oval, dense; red fall color

Cercidiphyllum japonicum ‘Red Fox’ (Zone 4) 40'x25'; Bronzy-purplish leaves

Cercis canadensis ‘Floating Cloud’ (Zone 5) 15'x15'; Creamy white variegation, rosy flowers
                              The Rising Sun’ (Zone 5) 10'x10'; Golden yellow foliage, rosy flowers

Cornus controversa ‘June Snow’ (Zone 5) 30'x40'; Flat white blooms like a layer of snow

Cornus drummondi ‘Lemon Drops’ (Zone 4) 20'x15'; Yellow flowers and yellow fruit

Prunus subhirtella ‘Pink Snow Showers’ (Zone 4) 30'x25';Pink flowers, weeping habit

Tillia tomentosa ‘Green Mountain’ (Zone 4) 60'x60';Dark green leaves with silver undersides


Aruncus dioicus ‘Sylvester’
Baptisia ‘Carolina Moonlight’
Calamagrostis brachytricha
Coreopsis grandifolia ‘Route 66’
Echinacea ‘Hot Papaya’
Gaillardia ‘Dakota Reveille’
Helenium ‘Mardi Gras’
Iris ensata ‘White Ladies’
Iris germanica ‘Beverly Sills’
                          Titans Glory’
Juncus effusus
Paeonia ITOH interspecific hybrids
                         ‘Canary Brilliance’
                         ‘First Arrival’
                          Going Bananas’
Paeonia lactiflora ‘Scarlett O’ Hara’
Paeonia x yachiyotsubaki
Perovskia ‘Lacey Blue’
Phlox paniculata ‘Lord Clayton’
Sempervivum ‘Red Heart’
Trillium erectum
Trollius europaeus
Trollius ‘Orange Princess’


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