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|Botanical Name||Common Name||Description||Sun Exposure||Height x Width||Bloom Color||Bloom Time||Price|
|Colonade Maypole||An exciting new columnar type of tree that grows straight up with many narrow side branches. The fruit is borne on branches as well as the main leader. The incredibly unique form will allow those with the smallest of yards with just two square feet of space. Mainly a cooking apple, the fruit makes delicious jam and jelly. Maypole has attractive deep pink flowers in spring that make way to red crabapple fruits in early to mid-September.||Full Sun||8-10' h x 2' w||$81.95|
|Asparagus o.Martha Washington||A very strong growing and productive variety. Asparagus 'Martha Washington' produces long, thick spears in May and early June that are delicious eaten fresh from the garden and are also suitable for freezing.||Full Sun||$8.95|
|BrazelBerries Blueberry Glaze||Blueberry||A new compact, boxwood-like variety with nutrient-rich bundles of berries! White with pink bell-shaped flowers produce an abundant summer crop of small, dark fruit with an intense wild blueberry flavor. A superb garden accent or clipped hedge. Perfect on the patio in decorative containers.||Full Sun||$28.95|
|Fragaria a. 'Ruby Ann'||Strawberry||Combining showy flowers and delicious fruit, this everbearing strawberry can be grown as both an ornamental and edible perennial fruit.||Full Sun||8-12"h x 24-36"||Red||June-August||$8.95|
|Rhuem 'Canada Red Rhubarb'||Rhubarb||Long thick dark red leaf stems have a sweet and juicy flavor with very tender skin and flesh texture without a stringyness like most other rhubarb; harvest throughout summer; only stems are edible, other plant parts are poisonous||$13.95|