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Botanical Name Common Name Description Sun Exposure Height x Width Bloom Color Bloom Time
Amelanchier 'Standing Ovation' Serviceberry Standing Ovation™ is covered in white flowers each spring, which sometimes turn into edible berries in June. As the seasons continue, dark green, almost circular leaves change to red and orange in autumn. Its upright, perfectly oval form adds height in small gardens and provides nice structure during winter. Full Sun to Part Shade 15'h x 4'w White May
Arcto uva-ursi 'Massechusetts' Bearberry Branchlets mature to reddish brown, with papery peeling bark on older twigs. Branchlets are clad with evergreen dark green leaves which are shiny above but paler beneath. Leaves turn bronze in winter before becoming green again in spring. Miniature, drooping, urn-shaped, white-to-pink flowers in small clusters bloom in April to May. Rounded, berry-like fruits ripen in August-September. Full Sun to Part Shade 6-12"h x3-6'w White April-May
Aronia m. 'Autumn Magic' Chokeberry Fragrant white flowers in spring, followed by clusters of large edible, dark purple-black berries which persist through the season. The leaves are dark, glossy green all season long and put on an incredible fall color show of red and purple. Tolerant of most soil types and slow grower. Full Sun to Part Shade 4-6' h x 2-4' w White May
Aronia m. 'Lo Scape' Chokeberry Adaptable to most soils, this little beautyoffers dark glossy foliage,loads of white flowers in spring, black summer fruit, and intense red autumn foliage. Full Sun to Part Shade 1-2'h x 2-3'w White May
Berberis t. 'Admiration' Barberry This exciting dwarf red variety was selected for its show stopping bright orange-red foliage with contrasting yellow margins. Leaf color continues throughout the summer, turning brilliant red in fall. Broad, upright growth requires little or no pruning to maintain. Full Sun 12-18" h x 18-24" h
Berberis t. 'Concorde' Barberry Showy purple-red foliage all season long turns deep amber in fall. Dense branching habit makes a superb hedge or barrier plant. Moderate grower. Full Sun 2' h x 3' w
Berberis t. 'Crimson Pygmy' Barberry A dwarf, densely branched form displaying deep crimson colored foliage all season long. Best color when planted in full sun. Excellent color contrast against green or gold-leafed plants. A great choice for mass plantings, particularly as a low hedge or border plant. Deciduous. Full Sun 2' h x 3' w
Berberis t. 'Limoncello' Barberry Forming a tidy, round mound, this new barberry has chartreuse foliage with an unusual red, almost dotted, pattern around the leaf margin. Fall foliage is orange, yellow and red. The bright color and habit make it a good accent plant in foundation plantings. Full Sun to Part Shade 3-4'h x 3-4'w Yellow May
Berberis t. 'Rose Glow' Barberry A sport of Red leaf barberry from Europe with attractive variegated foliage, yellow flowers and red fruit. Place in full sun for best color. An attractive specimen plant and can be used to create an interesting colored hedge. Full Sun 3'h x 3'w Yellow May
Berberis t. 'Tuscana' Barberry Toscana™ Barberry's large showy foliage emerges red in spring with a fine, bright yellow margin. The margin eventually fades through summer, but the foliage remains red. The red color darkens in autumn, taking on burgundy tones. This barberry forms an upright shrub with arching branches. Full Sun 3-5'h x 2-3'w
Buddleia d. 'Black Knight' Butterfly Bush Spectacular summer color from dark, violet-purple flower spikes. Fragrant flowers attract wildlife. Good background or accent plant. Deciduous. Slightly hardier than other varieties, but may die to ground in cold winter areas, emerging vigorously in spring. Full Sun 6-8'h x 4-6'w Purple July-September
Buddleia d. 'Dark Dynasty' Butterfly Bush Rich royal purple, fragrant flowers are borne on branched panicles from late summer into early fall, just in time to feed the migrating Monarchs passing through. Full Sun 3'h x 3.5'w Purple July-September
Buddleia d. 'Humdinger Lavender Cupcake' Butterfly Bush This sweet Buddleia will charm you with its extremely long, 12” light lavender purple flower panicles and a rounded, compact habit. Once in bloom as early as midsummer, this shrub will bloom like crazy with good flower coverage. Although the best blooming power is its initial bloom, secondary blooms will extend the flowering season into early fall. Full Sun 4' h x 4' w Lavender July-September
Buddleia d. 'Monarch Prince Charming' Butterfly Bush ‘Prince Charming’ has 10” long flower spikes will stun you with their bright cerise pink color. In mid to late summer, its upright, gumdrop shaped habit is covered with intensely colored flowers and blooms for many weeks. Full Sun 4' h x 4' w Pink July-September
Buxus m. 'Green Velvet' Green Velvet Boxwood A broadleaf evergreen with a slow growing, rounded habit well suited for a low hedge. Had good green color in winter. Full Sun to Part Shade 2-3' h x 2' w
Buxus x. 'Green Mountain' Green Mountain Boxwood Vigorous evergreen shrub with bright green foliage that retains good color through winter. Green Mountain's upright, naturally cone-shaped form makes it an excellent candidate for topiary forms--and a striking container or formal garden accent. Works well as a natural or shaped hedge as well. Full Sun to Part Shade 5' h x 3' w
Caryopteris c. 'Sapphire Surf' Blue Mist Shrub When in bloom, lovely dark blue flowers completely cover this low mounded shrub. Numerous inflorescences appear along the side of the plant thus enhancing the entire floral effect. Dazzling blooms and compact growth make this especially suitable for mass plantings or mixed into the perennial border as a charming accent plant. Full Sun 24" h x 24-30" w Blue July-September
Chaenomeles s. 'Double Take Orange' Flowering Quince' Big, richly colored, double flowers provide a stunning early spring display. Drought tolerant once established, it may be pruned to shape after flowering. Intense spring color. Good for cut flowers. Thornless and deer resistant, it does not produce fruit. Full Sun to Part Shade 48-60"h x 36-48"w Orange April-May
Chaenomeles s. 'Double Take Scarlet' Flowering Quince' Double Take Scarlet puts on a spectacular early spring display of large red, double flowers. The Double Take quinces are more than just pretty spring flowers: thornless and deer-resistant, they do not produce fruit, and once established, are drought-tolerant survivalists. Full Sun to Part Shade 48-60"h x 36-48"w Red April-May
Clethera a. 'Hummingbird' Hummingbird Summersweet Valued for its summer flower, tolerance of heavy shade and moist situations. Attractive lustrous deep green foliage and white flowers. Slow to medium grower. Full Sun to Part Shade 3' h x3-4' w White June-July
Clethera a. 'Ruby Spice' Ruby Spice Summersweet A cultivar selected for vastly improved bright pink flowers that do not fade to white. Blooms in midsummer and has nice yellow fall color. Clethera is shade tolerant but will also withstand full sun. Full Sun to Part Shade 3-6' h x 3-4' w Pink June-July
Cornus a. 'Ivory Halo' Dogwood This compact selection of Variegated Dogwood retains its beautiful variegated green and white foliage in summer and the attractive red twigs in winter. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-6' h x 5-6' w
Cornus s. 'Arctic Fire' Dogwood This compact selection of Red Twig Dogwood has dark red stems that provide a spectacular show in the winter sunlight.Great in perennial or shrub borders, or used in flower arrangements. Cut vibrant stems for a dynamic addition to holiday arrangements. Full Sun to Part Shade 3-4'h x 3-4'w White June
Cotinus c. 'Golden Spirit' Smokebush This yellow-leaf Smokebush will bring unique hue to the garden. New foliage emerges with just a touch of red. Smoky yellow flowers appear in mid-summer followed by a fiery orange-red in fall color. Prefers well-drained soil in full or part sun. Full Sun to Part Shade 8' h x 6' w Yellow June-July
Cotinus c. 'Royal Purple' Smokebush Foliage is rich, maroon-red and darkens to almost purplish-red or black; the panicles are also a purplish-red. Fall color is a very striking red. Could benefit from a rejuvenation pruning. Full Sun to Part Shade 8-10' h x 8-10' w Purple June-July
Cotinus c. 'Winecraft Black' Smokebush In spring, round leaves emerge rich purple but as summer's heat comes on, they turn a deep near-black tone and finally light up in an array of reds and oranges in fall. In early summer, large, soft panicles of bloom appear that become the misty "smoke" that makes this such a popular landscape plant. Unlike other smokebush, it naturally has a rounded, dwarf habit which means that finally, every landscape has room for this unique plant. Full Sun to Part Shade 4-6'h x 4-6'w Pink/Red June
Cotoneaster apiculatus Cranberry Cotoneaster A semi-evergreen shrub with an arching, wide spread habit. Small, short-stalked pink flowers bloom in early June. A slow grower, but growth, may be accelerated with regular fertilization. Full Sun to Part Shade 2-3' h x 3-4' w Pink June
Cotoneaster apiculatus 'Tom Thumb' Creeping Cotoneaster It has a unique appeal because of its very shiny, small leaves that turn a brilliant red-crimson in the autumn. 'Tom Thumb' rarely produces flowers and fruit, but when it occurs, the blooms are small, pinkish-white. Then the very small, ¼", red fruit follow in autumn. Full Sun to Part Shade 1-2'h x 4-6'w
Deutzia gracilis Nikko Slender Deutzia A compact, spreading, almost groundcover type shrub that produces an abundance of snowy white flowers in mid to late May Full Sun to Part Shade 2' h x 5' w White May-June
Deutzia x ''Yuki Cherry Blossom' Yuki Deutzia Perfectly pretty pink flowers on a deutzia. A shower of elegant pink flowers creates a carpet of color. Great for mass plantings because of its neat, mounded habit and burgundy-purple fall color, this tough, adaptable plant makes an excellent groundcover, especially on a sunny slope. Full Sun to Part Shade 1-2'h x 1-2'w Pink May-June
Diervilla s. 'Cool Splash' Dwarf Bush Honeysuckle The cool foliage stays bright and clean right up until the first frost. Bunches of yellow blossoms adorn the plant in June and July. Easy to grow in a variety of soils, densely branched shrub that forms under ground suckers, developing colonies over time. Use in woodland settings or mass plantings for a spectacular effect. Full Sun to Part Shade 3-4' h x 3-4' w Yellow June-July
Direvilla s. 'Firefly Nightglow' Dwarf Bush Honeysuckle Foliage emerges dark red in spring lasting all season and intensifies in fall. Bright yellow flowers light up against dark red foliage. The compact habit is useful in the mixed border, along walkways or as a focal point in the garden. Best planted in a sunny location for best color. Full Sun to Part Shade 2-3'h x 2-3'w Yellow June-July
Euonymus a. 'Compactus' Dwarf Burning Bush Dwarf form, bush, compact, corky barked plant. Excellent for hedges; brilliant fall color. Slow growing. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-8' h x 5-8' w
Euonymus a. 'Rudy Haag' Burning Bush This very compact, slow-growing dwarf burning bush was selected at the Bernheim Arboretum for its consistent pink-red fall color, excellent habit and form. Plant 'Rudy Haag' in full sun for best performance. Full Sun 4-5'h x 4-5'w
Euonymus f. 'Moonshadow' Wintercreeper Lustrous, deep green leaves with bright yellow centers provide bold evergreen color in the landscape year-round. Use en masse as a vibrant groundcover or low hedge plant, or to create a colorful edging along drives and walkways. Works well as a container plant where spreading stems will create a lush, cascading effect. Full Sun to Part Shade 3'h x 5'w
Exochorda x. micrantha 'Bailmoon' Pearlbush (First Edition Lotus Moon Pearlbush) White round flower buds open to 5 petalled flowers that cover 90% of the shrub in April & May. Prune after flowering Full Sun 4-5' h x 3-4' w White April-May
Forsythia 'Gold Cluster' Gold Cluster Forsythia Abundant light yellow spring flowers are followed by light green foliage that acquires a purple cast in autumn. Its naturally compact form keeps pruning to a minimum. Ideal for urban gardens and low hedges. Full Sun to Part Shade 4'h x4'w Yellow April
Forsythia 'Minier Semis' Show Off Starlet Forsythia Starlet is a bright ball of yellow flowers in spring. This dwarf variety of forsythia is a mass of bright yellow spring flowers from base to tip. Full Sun to Part Shade 2-3' h x 2-3' w Yellow April
Fothergilla gardenii Dwarf Fothergilla A small shrub becoming a dense, rounded shrub at maturity. Creamy white fragrant flowers are produced in terminal spikes in spring. Prefers acid, peaty, but well-drained soil. Full Sun to Part Shade 2-3' h x 2-3' w White April-May
Fothergilla gardenii 'Blue Shadow' Dwarf Fothergilla Leaves emerge green in spring but quickly mature to an intense, striking powder blue. Leaves retain good blue color throughout summer, eventually changing to often brilliant shades of red, orange and yellow in fall. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-6'h x 4-5'w White April-May
Hamamelis vernalis Vernal Witch Hazel Small ribbon-like yellow or slightly reddish, fragrant flowers open in early spring. Flowers open on warm days, close tightly when the temperature is low. Makes a good screen or unpruned hedge. Brilliant yellow fall color. Full Sun to Part Shade 10' h x 10' w Yellow January-March
Hibiscus s. 'Bali' Rose of Sharon Semi-double pure white flowers are highlighted with a bold purple-red center. Blooms July-September with 3-4" diameter flowers. The intermediate size is good for smaller spaces and the summer blooms are a welcome sight when color is in short supply. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-7' h x 4-7' w White July-October
Hibiscus s. 'Fiji' Rose of Sharon Medium pink buds give way to semi-double flowers with a unique pattern, which slowly fades to light pink. A splash of deep red colors the center. The intermediate size is good for smaller spaces and the summer blooms are a welcome sight as the riot of spring color fades. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-8' h x 4-7' w Pink July-October
Hibiscus s. 'French Caberet' Rose of Sharon French Cabaret™ blooms profusely from July to October with double flowers in large pompoms. Dark pink flower buds open to a delicate blush pink with shades of white. Compact in size, heat tolerant, and easy-to-grow in the landscape. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-8' h x 4-7' w Lt. Pink July-October
Hibiscus s. 'Hawaii' Rose of Sharon A true blue, it will bring to mind the color of waters in paradise. Large showy blossoms are a lovely blue accentuated with red-purple heart. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-8' h x 4-7' w Blue July-October
Hibiscus s. 'Summer Ruffle' Rose of Sharon Aptly named, this variegated hibiscus has blue green foliage with creamy white margins. Dark pink to lavender single flowers add to the show in summer. At 3-4' in height and width, this is a great feature plant for smaller gardens or in patio containers. Full Sun to Part Shade 3-4'h x 3-4'w Lavender July-October
Hibiscus s. 'Tahiti' Rose of Sharon Gorgeous semi-double blooms will give you a feeling of the tropics from July till October. Deep pink-purple flowers are accentuated with a deep red center. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-8' h x 4-7' w Pink July-October
Hydrangea a. 'Incrediball' Smooth Hydrangea A superb improvement, with giant blooms that have roughly 4 times as many flowers as 'Annabelle'. The show begins in midsummer with huge round blooms clustered atop sturdy branches that are surrounded by medium green oval leaves. Cut back in spring to promote flowering on summer wood. Part Shade 4-5' h x 4-5' w White June-October
Hydrangea a. 'Invicebelle Limetta' Smooth Hydrangea It's as reliable as the classic 'Annabelle,' but offers big-time improvements, like strong stems that hold the blooms upright all season, and a dwarf, rounded habit that makes it perfect to plant anywhere, from foundations to flower gardens. In early summer, spheres of lime green flowers appear. They lighten to a soft green-white before turning jade green for the rest of the season. They last clear through frost for a persistent show that takes practically no effort on your part - they are great for both fresh and dried cut flowers. Part Shade 3-4'h x 3-4'w Green/White June-October
Hydrangea a. 'Invicebelle Mini Mauvette' Smooth Hydrangea It's the same type of hydrangea as the classic and much-loved 'Annabelle' but instead of plain white blooms, the flowers are a deep pink-mauve, and they're held up on strong, sturdy stems that don't flop. The show begins in early summer and because Invincibelle Mini Mauvette is a rebloomer, it continues clear through frost for an endless supply of flowers for the landscape or vase. Part Shade 3-4'h x 3-4'w Pink June-October
Hydrangea a. 'Invicebelle Ruby' Smooth Hydrangea he dark burgundy red flower buds of Invincibelle Ruby open to a two-toned combination of bright ruby red and silvery pink. The foliage is extra dark and stems are strong, making this new hydrangea a gem in any garden. It is a strong rebloomer that will be an excellent addition to any garden. Like other smooth hydrangeas, it flowers on new growth and so blooms every year without fail. Part Shade 3-4'h x 3-4'w Red June-October
Hydrangea a. 'Invicebelle Wee White' Smooth Hydrangea Each flower emerges a soft, blush pink before changing to white, and is held up on a strong, supportive stem for a display that looks more like a bouquet of flowers than a landscape plant. Blooming begins in early summer and continues through frost, with new flowers appearing the whole time. Versatile and floriferous, it just might be the solution to your landscape problems. Part Shade 3-4'h x 3-4'w White June-October
Hydrangea m. 'Bloomstruck' Bigleaf Hydrangea This showstopper explodes with Mophead blooms covering rounded, compact plants. Blooms mature to shades of purple or rosy red (depending on soil pH) extending the display into fall, followed by rich, burgundy-red foliage. Flowering occurs on both old wood and new growth on this variety, assuring flowers even after a severe winter. Part Shade 2-4' h x 3-4' w Blue/Pink June-October
Hydrangea m. 'Blushing Bride' Bigleaf Hydrangea The hydrangea will charm you with its pure white blossoms that mature to a blush-pink or blue depending on the soil acidity. Blooms all summer. Part Shade 3-5' h x 3-5' w White June-October
Hydrangea m. 'Light-O-Day' Bigleaf Hydrangea It's variegated green and white foliage coupled with beautiful pink or blue lace cap blooms makes 'Light-O-Day' shine. A spectacular addition to the landscape. Part Shade 3-5' h x 3-5' w Blue June-October
Hydrangea m. 'Summer Crush' Bigleaf Hydrangea With a profusion of big raspberry red or neon purple blooms, Summer Crush® is a color breakthrough in reblooming garden hydrangeas. Proven to be Zone 4 cold hardy and the most wilt resistant Endless Summer® yet, this compact growing hydrangea with dark green glossy leaves fits smaller spaces in the garden and is the perfect size for patio containers. Part Shade 18-36"h x18-36"w Pink June-October
Hydrangea p. 'Berry White' Panicle Hydrangea Berry White® is a summer stunner with strong, upright stems and large cone-shaped flowers. The flower color starts out white in July then progresses to dark pink. Color shades can vary according to location, climate and type of soil. Full Sun to Part Shade 6-7'h x 4-5'w White/Pink June-October
Hydrangea p. 'Bobo' Panicle Hydrangea Reaching to just three feet tall, it will be engulfed by enormous creamy white flowers in summer, providing a nonstop show until frost. Blossoms are held upright on strong stems, and continue to grow and lengthen as they bloom. In fall, flowers may turn a pinkish hue. Full Sun to Part Shade 3' h x 3-4' w White June-October
Hydrangea p. Diamond Rouge' Panicle Hydrangea Without a doubt, Diamond Rouge® is the reddest H. paniculata on the market. This new variety has abundant, long lasting flowers on strong stems that start white and progress to pink, raspberry red and finally wine red. Flowers start blooming in July and take on red coloration earlier in the season than other pink paniculatas. Compared to Strawberry Sundae®, Diamond Rouge is slightly bigger and has distinct raspberry-red flowers that color earlier in the season. Full Sun to Part Shade 4-5'h x 3-4'w Red June-October
Hydrangea p. 'Limelight' Panicle Hydrangea This Hydrangea has exquisite, bright, lime-green to cream flowers, as beautiful color that adds a much needed brightness to the late summer landscape. In autumn the blooms display shades of pink, burgundy and green. Excellent vigor and floriferous blooming. Prefers loamy, moist, well-drained soil. Flowers on new and old wood, can be pruned in winter or spring. Full Sun to Part Shade 6-8' h x 5-7' w White June-October
Hydrangea p. 'Little Lime' Panicle Hydrangea A dwarf form of the extremely popular Hydrangea 'Limelight', Little Lime has the same great flowers but is about a third the size of the original. Soft lime-green flowers mature of pink and burgundy in fall. Flowers on new and old wood, can be pruned in winter or spring. Full Sun to Part Shade 3-5' h x 3-5' w White June-October
Hydrangea p. 'Little Quickfire' Panicle Hydrangea Like Quick Fire, it is early blooming, flowering about a month before other hydrangeas. White flowers transform to pink-red as summer progresses. This dwarf plant fits easily into any landscape, including container gardens. Full Sun to Part Shade 3-5' h x 3-5' w Pink June-October
Hydrangea p. 'Mystical Flame' Panicle Hydrangea Firey, flame colored blooms on a tough and sturdy plant! Abundant torch-shaped flower clusters flash summer white blooms briefly before turning red as cooler weather starts to set in. This strong, sun-loving Hydrangea turns heads with stunning color until frost. Full Sun to Part Shade 3-4'h x 4-5' w Pink June-October
Hydrangea p. 'Pinky Winky' Panicle Hydrangea The large white panicles open in mid to late summer, and as summer turns to fall the florets at the base of the panicles turn pink. The flower panicles continue to grow, producing new white florets at the tip. The result is spectacular two-toned flower panicles that can reach up to 16 inches in length! Full Sun to Part-Shade 6-8"h x 6-8'w Pink June-October
Hydrangea p. 'Quick Fire' Panicle Hydrangea A Proven Winners Colorchoice flowering shrub. A very easy to grow Hydrangea with white flowers starting in May then turning pink and finally to a dark pink. Flowers on new and old wood, can be pruned in winter or spring. Full Sun to Part Shade 3-4' h x 3-4' w Pink June-October
Hydrangea p. 'Strawberry Sundae' Panicle Hydrangea Flowers emerge creamy white in mid-summer, change to pink and finally to strawberry red. The fantastic flower color lasts well into fall. With its compact habit, this hydrangea adds spectacular color and impressive flowers to small space gardens or containers. Full Sun to Part Shade 4-5' h x 3-4' w Pink June-October
Hydrangea q. 'Jet Stream' Oakleaf Hydrangea Jetstream™ is a quantum leap in oakleaf hydrangea introductions with a dense, compact, non-flopping habit. The lustrous dark green foliage is resistant to leaf spot and turns a fantastic orange-red in autumn. Flowers, held high on strong stems, are a beautiful white aging to pink. Jetstream is a classic native flowering shrub for the garden, grouping and massing. Exfoliating tawny-brown bark adds winter interest, as do the dried flower heads. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-6'h x 4-5'w White June-October
Hydrangea q. 'Ruby Slippers' Oakleaf Hydrangea A profusion of exceptionally large, white blooms in summer that quickly age to deep pink. Robust blooms remain upright even after heavy rains. Dark green, deeply lobed oak-like foliage turns brilliant mahogany in fall. The compact form works in smaller landscapes and is useful for mass planting, hedges or borders. Deciduous. Full Sun to Part Shade 3.5'h x 4-5'w Pink June-October
Hydrangea s. Tiny Tuff Stuff' Mountain Hydrangea Mountain Hydrangea are strong rebloomers on both old and new wood. Compact habit. Autumn foliage provides additional interest with rich bronze red tones.Abundant lacecap flowers; color may range in soft shades of blues, pinks and whites depending on soil pH. Flowers age to an attractive pink. Perfect where a smaller hydrangea is wanted. Full Sun to Part Shade 18-24"h x 18-24"w Blue June-October
Hydrangea s. Tuff Stuff' Mountain Hydrangea This fantastic new hardy, reblooming Hydrangea will provide months of enjoyment in the garden! Lovely reddish-pink lacecap flowers create a mass of color in early summer, and continue to bloom right up until frost. The semi-double to double florets begin with creamy coloration in the center before maturing to intense pink. Flowers may shift to blue in acidic soils. Deciduous. Full Sun to Part Shade 2-3'h x 2-3'w