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Acer buergerianum
TRIDENT MAPLE, THREE TOOTHED MAPLE
  • Variable in habit and leaf, even within the species
  • Naturally a large shrub, it can be trained into tree form
  • Yellowish flowers appear with the leaves

HEIGHT: 8-10 m  ·  SPREAD: 7-8 m

Acer circinatum
VINE MAPLE
  • Dense, rounded to vase-shaped form with irregular branching
  • White flowers emerge before the leaves
  • Red two-winged samaras turn brown before dropping in the summer

HEIGHT: 12-15 m  ·  SPREAD: 9-12 m

Acer ginnala
AMUR MAPLE
  • Fragrant yellowish flowers appear just before the leaves
  • Seeds emerge red, maturing to brown
  • Glossy dark green leaves change to shades of yellow and red in the fall

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 5-6 m

Acer griseum
PAPERBARK MAPLE
  • One of the most distinct cultivars in the maple genus
  • Cinnamon-brown bark exfoliates in paper-thin strips like birch
  • Slow-growing species with an oval shape

HEIGHT: 6-7 m  ·  SPREAD: 5-6 m

Acer japonicum 'Rising Sun'
RISING SUN FERN LEAF MAPLE
  • Red flowers appear before the leaves
  • Fruit emerges green, ripens red in July
  • Exceptionally large, textured, light green leaves

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 5-6 m

Acer japonicum 'Vitifolium'
VINE-LEAFED FERN LEAF MAPLE
  • Purplish-red flowers appear before the leaves
  • Fruit emerges green and ripens red in summer, providing contrast among the huge leaves
  • Grape-leaf shaped light green leaves "resemble a full moon"

HEIGHT: 4-5 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Acer palmatum
JAPANESE MAPLE
  • Planted for their graceful habit
  • Green leaves in the summer turn to orange purple and red in the fall
  • Broad to rounded, often low branching

HEIGHT: 6-7 m  ·  SPREAD: 6-7 m

Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'
BLOODGOOD JAPANESE MAPLE
  • The benchmark in upright, large-leaved, purplish-red Japanese maples
  • Retains its deep colour well throughout the summer
  • Leaves somewhat larger than those of other purple forms

HEIGHT: 6-7 m  ·  SPREAD: 5-6 m

Acer palmatum 'Butterfly'
BUTTERFLY JAPANESE MAPLE
  • Variegated upright Japanese maple
  • Pink variegation on the edges of light green curved leaves fades to cream in the summer
  • Inconspicuous red flowers emerge before the leaves

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-225 cm

Acer palmatum 'Crimson Prince'
CRIMSON PRINCE JAPANESE MAPLE
  • Purportedly better than 'Bloodgood' in the series of purplish-red Japanese maples
  • Retains its deep colour well throughout the summer
  • Excellent red fall colour

HEIGHT: 3-4 m  ·  SPREAD: 2-3 m

Acer palmatum 'Orange Dream'
ORANGE DREAM JAPANESE MAPLE
  • Stellar cultivar with spring colours of yellow with orange margins
  • Leaf colour ages to yellow in the summer, then to gold in the fall
  • Upright, dense habit

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 250-300 cm

Acer palmatum 'Ukigumo'
FLOATING CLOUDS JAPANESE MAPLE
  • Green foliage when young becoming variegated
  • As the growth of the plant slows the leaves become spotted with white or pink
  • As the season progresses, or in some shade, the foliage can become mostly white

HEIGHT: 3-4 m  ·  SPREAD: 3-4 m

Acer palmatum 'Villa Taranto'
VILLA TARANTO JAPANESE MAPLE
  • Compact, vase-shaped form
  • Upright cutleaf with a succession of colours displayed:
  • Leaves emerge pink, fade to red, then greenish with red tones

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 250-300 cm

Acer palmatum 'Winter Flame'
WINTER FLAME JAPANESE MAPLE
  • Compact, smaller version of 'Sango Kaku'
  • Spring colour is lime-green
  • Foliage matures to a darker green for the summer

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Acer palmatum Emperor1® ('Wolff')
EMPEROR1® JAPANESE MAPLE
  • AKA Acer palmatum 'Red Emperor'
  • Dark red foliage spring and summer
  • Brilliant scarlet in the fall

HEIGHT: 4-5 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Acer rubrum
RED MAPLE
  • Small to medium-sized broad-leaved hardwood
  • Crown is small, dense and narrow with spreading or ascending branches
  • Flowers appear in bright red clusters

HEIGHT: 12-15 m  ·  SPREAD: 10-12 m

Acer x freemanii Autumn Blaze® ('Jeffersred') (PP4864)
AUTUMN BLAZE® MAPLE
  • Fast-growing, upright, densely branched, broad, oval crown
  • Summer leaves resemble those of its silver maple parent
  • Long-lasting, fall colour of orange-red to scarlet-red

HEIGHT: 15-17 m  ·  SPREAD: 12-14 m

Alnus rugosa
SPECKLED ALDER
  • Pyramidal to oval growth habit
  • Noted for its speckled bark
  • Oval to rounded leaves, margins uneven and double-toothed

HEIGHT: 13-15 m  ·  SPREAD: 8-10 m

Amelanchier alnifolia
SASKATOON BERRY
  • Lightly fragrant white flowers are held erect
  • Sweet black-blue berries are good for eating and making jelly
  • Gray-green foliage turns to brilliant yellow-orange in the fall

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 150-200 cm

Amelanchier canadensis
SERVICEBERRY
  • White flowers
  • Grayish-green round leaves turn to medium-green in the summer
  • Brilliant yellow to red colour in the fall

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 3-4 m

Amelanchier humilis
LOW SHADBUSH
  • White flowers are held in erect clusters
  • Oval to rounded green foliage
  • Brilliant yellow to red foliage in the fall

HEIGHT: 150-175 cm  ·  SPREAD: 250-300 cm

Amelanchier lamarckii
JUNEBERRY
  • Lightly fragrant, loose clusters of white flowers appear before the leaves
  • Edible red berries ripen to dark purplish-black in June
  • Glossy leaves emerge bronzish-purple, maturing to dark green

HEIGHT: 9-10 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Amelanchier x grandiflora
APPLE SERVICEBERRY
  • Drooping clusters of light pink flowers fade to white, appearing before the leaves
  • Edible red berries ripen to dark purplish-black in June, attracting birds and other wildlife
  • Glossy leaves emerge bronzish-purple, maturing to dark green

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Cole's Select'
COLE'S SELECT SERVICEBERRY
  • Upright spreading habit
  • Young leaves emerge purplish, turning to medium-green
  • White flowers are followed by red to purplish-black berries

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Azalea 'Gibraltar'
GIBRALTAR AZALEA
  • Clusters of fragrant, flattish flowers cover the plant
  • Orange flowers
  • Medium green leaves appear after the flowers and turn bronzy-red in the fall

HEIGHT: 125-150 cm  ·  SPREAD: 100-125 cm

Betula alleghaniensis
YELLOW BIRCH
  • AKA Betula lutea
  • Upright, pyramidal habit with graceful, ascending branches
  • Bark is shiny, yellowish or silvery-gray, becoming reddish-brown with age

HEIGHT: 20-22 m  ·  SPREAD: 12-15 m

Betula nigra
RIVER BIRCH
  • Upright, oval to rounded habit
  • Oval, serrated, leaves are dark green in the summer, bright yellow in the fall
  • Salmon-pink to reddish-brown bark exfoliates to reveal a lighter inner bark

HEIGHT: 13-18 m  ·  SPREAD: 10-13 m

Betula nigra Dura Heat® ('BNMTF')
DURA HEAT® RIVER BIRCH
  • Broadly pyramidal in shape
  • Oval, serrated leaves are dark green in the summer, bright yellow in the fall
  • Exfoliating cream and tan bark reveals a lighter inner bark

HEIGHT: 11-12 m  ·  SPREAD: 9-10 m

Betula nigra Heritage® ('Cully') (PP4409)
HERITAGE® RIVER BIRCH
  • Upright, oval to rounded habit
  • Oval, serrated leaves are dark green in the summer, yellow in the fall
  • Salmon-pink to reddish-brown bark exfoliates to reveal a creamy-white bark

HEIGHT: 18-20 m  ·  SPREAD: 16-18 m

Betula populifolia 'Whitespire'
ASIAN WHITE BIRCH
  • AKA Betula populifolia 'Whitespire Senior'
  • Upright, pyramidal habit
  • Chalky-white bark does not peel

HEIGHT: 7-8 m  ·  SPREAD: 5-6 m

Caragana arborescens
SIBERIAN PEASHRUB
  • Fragrant, small, yellow flowers
  • Edible pea-like pods, each containing many seeds, ripen in late summer
  • Leaves compound, with many leaflets

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Cercidiphyllum japonicum Red Fox ('Rotfuchs')
RED FOX KATSURA TREE
  • Flowers are insignificant but foliage emits a sweet fragrance
  • Heart-shaped leaves emerge burgundy-purple with a contrasting yellow-green veining
  • Leaf colour will fade to bluish-green by midsummer

HEIGHT: 10-12 m  ·  SPREAD: 5-6 m

Cercis canadensis
EASTERN REDBUD
  • Sweet-pea-like red-pink flowers bloom profusely on bare branches and even on mature trunks
  • Fruit pods are brown and flat, about 5 cm long
  • Heart-shaped green leaves turn an attractive yellow in the fall

HEIGHT: 8-10 m  ·  SPREAD: 7-8 m

Cercis canadensis f. alba
WHITE REDBUD
  • White, sweet pea-like flowers bloom profusely on bare branches and even on mature trunks
  • Fruit pods are brown and flat, about 5 cm long
  • Green, heart-shaped leaves turn an attractive yellow in the fall

HEIGHT: 7-8 m  ·  SPREAD: 8-10 m

Chionanthus virginicus
FRINGETREE
  • Showy fringe-like fragrant white flowers
  • Clusters of bright blue to purple drupes on female plants in August
  • Late to emerge, leathery, glossy leaves turn golden-yellow in the fall

HEIGHT: 4-5 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Cornus alba Prairie Fire ('Aurea')
PRAIRIE FIRE DOGWOOD
  • Tiny yellowish-white flowers in flat-topped clusters
  • Clusters of white drupes in the summer
  • Leaves emerge gold, fading to soft yellow in the summer

HEIGHT: 150-175 cm  ·  SPREAD: 150-175 cm

Cornus alternifolia
PAGODA DOGWOOD
  • Tiny yellowish-white fragrant flowers in flat-topped clusters in late spring
  • Clusters of bluish-black berries in the summer
  • Glossy green leaves turn red in the fall

HEIGHT: 4-5 m  ·  SPREAD: 7-8 m

Cornus alternifolia Golden Shadows® ('W. Stackman') (PP11287)
GOLDEN SHADOWS® DOGWOOD
  • Tiny yellowish-white fragrant flowers in flat-topped clusters
  • Abundant clusters of bluish-black berries in the summer
  • Variegated leaves emerge orange-hued and mature to green with yellow margins

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Cornus amomum
SILKY DOGWOOD
  • Flat-topped cluster of creamy-white flowers
  • White berries will ripen to blue in colour
  • Dark red branches are attractive in the winter

HEIGHT: 200-250 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Cornus florida 'Cherokee Princess'
CHEROKEE PRINCESS DOGWOOD
  • Masses of white flowers with white centres appear before the leaves
  • Oval, glossy, red fruit, held in clusters, are attractive to birds
  • Drooping, glossy, green leaves are mildew resistant

HEIGHT: 4-5 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Cornus florida 'Cloud Nine'
CLOUD NINE DOGWOOD
  • Masses of white overlapping flowers appear before the leaves
  • Glossy oval red fruit, held in clusters, are attractive to birds
  • Drooping glossy green leaves are mildew resistant

HEIGHT: 6-7 m  ·  SPREAD: 6-7 m

Cornus florida Cherokee Brave ('Comco No.1') (PP10166)
CHEROKEE BRAVE DOGWOOD
  • Masses of fragrant deep pink flowers with white centres appear before the leaves
  • Oval, glossy red fruit, held in clusters, are attractive to birds
  • Drooping glossy green leaves are mildew resistant

HEIGHT: 7-8 m  ·  SPREAD: 7-8 m

Cornus florida Cherokee Daybreak® ('Daybreak') (PP6320)
CHEROKEE DAYBREAK® DOGWOOD
  • White bracts very showy around inconspicuous flowers
  • Variegated, green leaves are edged with creamy-white
  • Fall foliage is deep red to purple, edged with rich pink

HEIGHT: 6-7 m  ·  SPREAD: 6-7 m

Cornus florida 'Jean's Appalachian Snow'
JEAN'S APPALACHIAN SNOW DOGWOOD
  • Masses of white, overlapping flowers with white centres appear before the leaves
  • Blooms at a young age
  • Oval, glossy, red fruit, held in clusters, are attractive to birds

HEIGHT: 6-7 m  ·  SPREAD: 6-7 m

Cornus florida 'Rainbow'
RAINBOW FLOWERING DOGWOOD
  • Masses of white flowers with white centres appear before the leaves
  • Oval, glossy, red fruit held in clusters are attractive to birds
  • Drooping, variegated green and gold leaves are mildew resistant

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 5-6 m

Cornus florida Cherokee Sunset ('Sunset') (PP6305)
CHEROKEE SUNSET DOGWOOD
  • Red bracts very showy around inconspicuous flowers
  • Leaves emerge pink-tipped, maturing to a combination of green and yellow
  • Fall foliage turns a bright mix of pink, red and purple

HEIGHT: 6-7 m  ·  SPREAD: 6-7 m

Cornus florida 'Welchii'
TRICOLOR DOGWOOD
  • Masses of white flowers with white centres appear before the leaves
  • Oval, glossy, red fruit, held in clusters, are attractive to birds
  • Variegated, green leaves are edged with white and pink

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 5-6 m

Cornus kousa Scarlet Fire® ('Rutpink') (PP28311)
SCARLET FIRE® DOGWOOD
  • Darkest and most-consistently pink-bracted to date
  • Medium to large bracts are pointed and generally non-overlapping
  • Drooping, glossy green leaves

HEIGHT: 7-8 m  ·  SPREAD: 7-8 m

Cornus sericea
RED OSIER DOGWOOD
  • Flat-topped panicles of small white flowers lead to white berries in the fall
  • Dark red branches are attractive in the winter
  • Lightly pubescent green summer leaves turn purple in autumn

HEIGHT: 175-200 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Cornus x 'Celestial Shadow'
CELESTIAL SHADOW DOGWOOD
  • White, overlapping, very showy bract petals mature to pink
  • Sterile (producing no fruit), with resistance to diseases
  • Glossy yellow and green, variegated leaves, with a pinkish-red tone in the summer

HEIGHT: 4-5 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Cornus x Constellation® ('Rutcan') (PP7210)
CONSTELLATION DOGWOOD
  • White, spaced petals (not overlapping), very showy flowers
  • Sterile (producing no fruit), with resistance to diseases
  • Drooping, glossy green leaves

HEIGHT: 6-7 m  ·  SPREAD: 5-6 m

Cornus x Stellar Pink® ('Rutgan') (PP7207)
STELLAR PINK® DOGWOOD
  • Soft pink overlapping petals; very showy flowers
  • Sterile (producing no fruit), with resistance to diseases
  • Drooping, glossy green leaves

HEIGHT: 7-8 m  ·  SPREAD: 7-8 m

Corylus avellana 'Contorta'
CORKSCREW HAZEL
  • Male flowers are brown, decorative catkins before the leaves
  • Female flowers are 2-3 mm and carmine-red
  • Textured, round, green leaves hang almost vertical

HEIGHT: 2-3 m  ·  SPREAD: 2-3 m

Corylus cornuta
BEAKED HAZEL
  • Male flowers are brown, decorative catkins before the leaves
  • Female flowers are small and red
  • Edible fruit emerges white, turning brown in the summer,

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Cotinus coggygria Golden Spirit ('Ancot') (PP13082, COPF)
GOLDEN SPIRIT SMOKEBUSH
  • Small, cloud-like, pinkish flowers appear above the leaves
  • Lime-green leaves emerge late in the spring
  • Leaves turn gold then coral, to orange and red in the fall

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Elaeagnus angustifolia
RUSSIAN OLIVE
  • Inconspicuous fragrant yellow flowers
  • Yellow fruits in late summer
  • Silvery leaves and twigs keep their colour all season

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Elaeagnus umbellata
AUTUMN OLIVE
  • Small, fragrant, creamy-white flowers are hidden in the foliage,
  • Silvery fruits with brown spots turning reddish in the fall are tasty when ripe
  • Leaves green above, silvery on the undersides

HEIGHT: 3-4 m  ·  SPREAD: 3-4 m

Forsythia x intermedia 'Lynwood Gold'
LYNWOOD GOLD FORSYTHIA
  • Golden-yellow flowers appear before the leaves
  • Green leaves turn to a burgundy-purple in the fall
  • Upright, rounded, vase-shaped

HEIGHT: 175-200 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Forsythia x intermedia 'Spectabilis'
SHOWY FORSYTHIA
  • Golden-yellow flowers appear before the leaves
  • Green leaves turn to a dull purple in the fall
  • Upright, rounded, vase-shaped

HEIGHT: 200-250 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Ginkgo biloba 'Beijing Gold'
BEIJING GOLD MAIDENHAIR TREE
  • Broad, low branching tree or shrub
  • Leaves emerge in the spring a golden-yellow colour
  • By summer, the foliage fades to a variegated white and green or dark green

HEIGHT: 3-4 m  ·  SPREAD: 3-4 m

Ginkgo biloba 'Globosa'
GLOBE MAIDENHAIR TREE
  • Compact growing, densely branched form
  • Dark green leaves change to golden-yellow in the fall
  • Great specimen where overall height may be an issue

HEIGHT: 1-2 m  ·  SPREAD: 1-2 m

Ginkgo biloba 'Troll'
MAIDENHAIR TREE
  • Small, slow-growing, compact habit
  • Can be trained to grow into a small, pyramidal tree
  • Unique, two-lobed, fan-shaped leaves with almost parallel veins

HEIGHT: 80-100 cm  ·  SPREAD: 80-100 cm

Heptacodium miconioides
SEVEN-SON FLOWER
  • Fragrant white flowers
  • Seed closets ripen pink, changing to purple then to brown, and persisting into the winter
  • Green leaves drop to expose white-tan, exfoliating bark

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 2-2 m

Heptacodium miconioides Temple of Bloom® ('SMHMRF') (PP30763, CPBRAF)
TEMPLE OF BLOOM® SEVEN-SON FLOWER
  • Proven Winners® ColorChoice®
  • More compact habit and earlier bloom than the species
  • Cherry-red bracts in the fall

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 2-2 m

Kolkwitzia amabilis
BEAUTYBUSH
  • Profuse pink flowers with white throats
  • Flowers hang from arching branches
  • Bright green leaves turn reddish in the fall

HEIGHT: 175-200 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Kolkwitzia amabilis Dream Catcher® ('Maradco')
DREAM CATCHER® BEAUTYBUSH
  • Proven Winners™ ColorChoice®
  • Profuse pink flowers with white throats
  • Flowers hang from arching branches

HEIGHT: 175-200 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Maackia amurensis
AMUR MAACKIA
  • Small, greenish-white, fragrant flowers are inconspicuous amongst the leaves
  • Seed pods follow the flowers
  • Olive-green leaves

HEIGHT: 9-10 m  ·  SPREAD: 9-10 m

Magnolia stellata 'Royal Star'
ROYAL STAR MAGNOLIA
  • Large, fragrant, double, white flowers bloom later than other magnolia
  • Strap-like petals overlap
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow to bronze in the fall

HEIGHT: 4-5 m  ·  SPREAD: 2-3 m

Magnolia x 'Ann'
ANN MAGNOLIA
  • Deep purple-red, lightly fragrant blooms
  • Flowers later than most magnolia
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow to bronze in the fall

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 250-300 cm

Magnolia x 'Betty'
BETTY MAGNOLIA
  • Large, reddish-purple buds open to red-purple late in the season
  • Blooms have white interiors
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow to bronze in the fall

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Magnolia x 'Randy'
RANDY MAGNOLIA
  • Large, fragrant, reddish-purple buds open to red-purple
  • Blooms have pink to white interior hues
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow to bronze-copper in the fall

HEIGHT: 3-4 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Magnolia x 'Ricki'
RICKI MAGNOLIA
  • Large, fragrant, cup-shaped reddish-purple buds open to red-purple blooms
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow to bronze in the fall
  • Strong, upright habit

HEIGHT: 4-5 m  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Magnolia x 'Susan'
SUSAN MAGNOLIA
  • Large, reddish-purple buds open to fragrant, purple-red or fuchsia blooms
  • Interiors of the flowers are lighter in colour
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow to bronze in the fall

HEIGHT: 200-250 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Magnolia x loebneri 'Ballerina'
BALLERINA MAGNOLIA
  • Large, fragrant, double, white flowers
  • Strap-like petals overlap
  • Dark green foliage turns a yellow to bronze colour in the fall

HEIGHT: 6-7 m  ·  SPREAD: 6-7 m

Magnolia x loebneri 'Leonard Messel'
LEONARD MESSEL MAGNOLIA
  • Closed bud is pink, opening to a pink bloom that fades to light pink
  • Strap-like petals overlap
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow to bronze in colour in the fall

HEIGHT: 4-5 m  ·  SPREAD: 6-7 m

Magnolia x loebneri 'Merrill'
MERRILL MAGNOLIA
  • Profuse, white flowers with a pink blush
  • Strap-like petals overlap
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow to bronze in colour in the fall

HEIGHT: 9-10 m  ·  SPREAD: 9-10 m

Magnolia x soulangeana
SAUCER MAGNOLIA
  • Large fragrant blooms of pink with white interiors
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow to bronze in colour in the fall
  • Strong upright habit and rounded crown

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 2-3 m

Mahonia aquifolium
OREGON GRAPE-HOLLY
  • AKA Berberis aquifolium
  • Clusters of fragrant yellow flowers
  • Green berries change to dark blue in the summer and persist into the winter

HEIGHT: 100-125 cm  ·  SPREAD: 100-125 cm

Parrotia persica
PERSIAN IRONWOOD
  • Red tassel-like flowers appear before the leaves
  • Green leaves emerge reddish
  • Newest growth on branch ends reddish all summer

HEIGHT: 10-13 m  ·  SPREAD: 9-10 m

Parrotia persica 'Vanessa'
PERSIAN IRONWOOD
  • More compact and upright than the species
  • Red tassel-like flowers appear before the leaves
  • Green leaves emerge reddish and turn yellow, orange and red in the fall

HEIGHT: 9-10 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Philadelphus x 'Buckley's Quill' (COPF)
BUCKLEY'S QUILL MOCKORANGE
  • Very fragrant, creamy-white, double flowers
  • Medium green leaves
  • Seed capsules persist into the winter

HEIGHT: 125-150 cm  ·  SPREAD: 100-125 cm

Philadelphus x 'Innocence'
INNOCENCE MOCKORANGE
  • Single, very fragrant, creamy-white flowers
  • Green leaves are sometimes splashed with creamy-white
  • Seed capsules persist into the winter

HEIGHT: 200-250 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Phyllostachys aureosulcata
YELLOW GROOVE BAMBOO
  • Semi-evergreen running bamboo
  • It is named for the yellow grooves which appear on the new culms (stems)
  • Main stems are dark green with yellow striping above each node

HEIGHT: 8-10 m  ·  SPREAD: 10-12 m

Physocarpus opulifolius Amber Jubilee™ ('Jefam') (PP23177, CPBR4765)
AMBER JUBILEE™ NINEBARK
  • Round-topped clusters of white flowers
  • Flowers give way to reddish fruit in the fall
  • New growth features orange-red leaves to lime-green for the summer and purple in the fall

HEIGHT: 150-175 cm  ·  SPREAD: 100-125 cm

Prunus virginiana
COMMON CHOKECHERRY
  • Small, fragrant, white or pink flowers emerge simultaneously with the leaves
  • Red to blue to black fruit ripens in July, eaten by birds
  • Semi-glossy, green leaves occasionally turn pinkish in the fall

HEIGHT: 6-7 m  ·  SPREAD: 5-6 m

Prunus x cistena
PURPLE-LEAF SAND CHERRY
  • Small, fragrant, light pink flowers emerge simultaneously with the leaves
  • Scant, blue-black fruit ripening in July are eaten by birds
  • Semi-glossy, purple leaves occasionally turn pinkish in the fall

HEIGHT: 175-200 cm  ·  SPREAD: 125-150 cm

Rhus glabra 'Laciniata'
CUTLEAF SMOOTH SUMAC
  • Greenish-yellow, male and female flowers
  • Clusters of reddish, hairy fruit ripen late summer and may persist into the winter
  • Medium-green to dark green, soft leaves are sometimes glossy

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 250-300 cm

Rhus typhina
STAGHORN SUMAC
  • Greenish-yellow male and female flowers
  • Clusters of reddish, hairy fruit ripen late summer and may persist into the winter
  • Medium-green to dark green, soft leaves are sometimes glossy

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 250-300 cm

Rhus typhina Tiger Eyes® ('Bailtiger') (PP16185, COPF)
TIGER EYES® CUTLEAF SUMAC
  • Greenish-yellow, male and female flowers
  • Clusters of reddish, hairy fruit ripen late summer and may persist into the winter
  • Yellow, soft leaves with reddish stems

HEIGHT: 175-200 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Rosa carolina
PASTURE ROSE
  • Single pink flowers
  • Red pear-shaped fruit persists into the winter
  • Rich green leaves turn dull red in the fall

HEIGHT: 150-175 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Rosa palustris
SWAMP ROSE
  • Fragrant, single, pink flowers
  • Red fruit persists into the winter
  • Medium green leaves turn dull red in the fall

HEIGHT: 150-175 cm  ·  SPREAD: 150-175 cm

Rosa rugosa
RUGOSA ROSE
  • Single, pink flowers
  • Red, oval fruit
  • Dark green leaves turn dull orange to scarlet in the fall

HEIGHT: 100-125 cm  ·  SPREAD: 100-125 cm

Rosa rugosa 'Alba'
RUGOSA ROSE (WHITE)
  • Single, white flowers
  • Red, oval fruit
  • Dark green leaves turn dull orange to scarlet in the fall

HEIGHT: 150-175 cm  ·  SPREAD: 80-100 cm

Rosa setigera
PRAIRIE ROSE
  • Deep pink, single flowers fade to white
  • In late summer, bright red, rose hips appear
  • Glossy, dark green leaves turn purple-red in the fall

HEIGHT: 80-100 cm  ·  SPREAD: 250-300 cm

Rubus allegheniensis
ALLEGHANY BLACKBERRY
  • Single, white flowers
  • Sweet, black, thimble-shaped fruit
  • Textured, green leaves are usually made up of three leaflets

HEIGHT: 100-125 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Rubus ideaus var. strigosus
WILD RED RASPBERRY
  • Single, white flowers
  • Red, thimble-shaped fruit
  • Textured, green leaves, made up of three leaflets, turn yellow in the fall

HEIGHT: 175-200 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Rubus occidentalis
BLACK RASPBERRY
  • Single, white flowers
  • Sweet, black, thimble-shaped fruit
  • Textured, green leaves with three to five leaflets, turn yellow in the fall

HEIGHT: 100-125 cm  ·  SPREAD: 250-300 cm

Rubus odoratus
FLOWERING RASPBERRY
  • Fragrant, single, magenta flowers
  • Small, red, thimble-shaped fruit
  • Textured, five-lobed, green leaves turn yellow in the fall

HEIGHT: 150-175 cm  ·  SPREAD: 150-175 cm

Salix nigra
BLACK WILLOW
  • Small greenish-yellow catkins in early spring
  • Long, narrow, glossy green leaves turn yellow in the fall
  • Deeply fissured dark brown bark

HEIGHT: 18-20 m  ·  SPREAD: 4-5 m

Sambucus canadensis
AMERICAN ELDERBERRY
  • Pleasantly fragrant white flowers in a flat-topped cluster
  • Purple-black berries in clusters, August to September, will attract birds
  • Compound pinnate, medium-green leaves turn yellow in the fall

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Sambucus canadensis 'Maxima'
ELDERBERRY
  • Pleasantly fragrant white flowers in a flat-topped cluster
  • Distinguished from its parent by the much larger flowers
  • Purple-black berries in clusters, August to September, will attract birds

HEIGHT: 200-250 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Sambucus nigra 'Linearis'
LINEARIS ELDERBERRY
  • Fragrant white flowers in a flat-topped cluster
  • Purple-black berries in clusters, July to August, will attract birds
  • Medium green compound pinnate grass-like green leaves turn yellow in the fall

HEIGHT: 125-150 cm  ·  SPREAD: 125-150 cm

Sambucus nigra 'Pulvurentula'
DAPPLED ELDER
  • Fragrant, white flowers in a flat-topped cluster
  • Purple-black berries in clusters, July to August, will attract birds
  • Compound, pinnate, medium-green leaves are mottled with white

HEIGHT: 125-150 cm  ·  SPREAD: 125-150 cm

Sambucus pubens
SCARLET ELDERBERRY
  • White flowers in a mounded cluster
  • Red berries in clusters, June to July will attract birds
  • Compound, pinnate, medium-green leaves turn yellow in the fall

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 200-250 cm

Sorbaria sorbifolia
FALSE SPIREA
  • Tiny white flowers in dense, terminal, pyramidal panicles
  • Deep green foliage resembles that of a mountain ash
  • Erect, multi-stemmed shrub spreads rapidly by suckers and forming colonies

HEIGHT: 1-2 m  ·  SPREAD: 1-3 m

Symphoricarpos albus
SNOWBERRY
  • Panicles of small, pink flowers
  • Clusters of white berries seldom persist into the winter
  • Foliage is bluish-green

HEIGHT: 125-150 cm  ·  SPREAD: 100-125 cm

Tamarix ramosissima 'Summer Glow'
SUMMER GLOW TAMARISK
  • Rosy-pink flower plumes
  • Attractive, silver-blue, feathery foliage
  • Open, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub with an upright, spreading habit

HEIGHT: 2-3 m  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Viburnum dentatum
ARROWWOOD
  • Clusters of creamy-white flowers in spring
  • Bluish-black fruit in fall attractive to birds
  • Shiny, dark green leaves turning yellow to reddish-purple in fall

HEIGHT: 175-200 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Viburnum dentatum Blue Muffin® ('Christom')
BLUE MUFFIN® VIBURNUM
  • Proven Winners® ColourChoice®
  • Clusters of creamy-white flowers in spring
  • Bluish-black fruit in fall attractive to birds

HEIGHT: 175-200 cm  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Viburnum dentatum Chicago Lustre® ('Synnestvedt')
CHICAGO LUSTRE® ARROWWOOD
  • Clusters of creamy-white flowers in spring
  • Bluish-black fruit in fall attractive to birds
  • Shiny, dark green leaves turning yellow to reddish-purple in fall

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 250-300 cm

Viburnum lentago
NANNYBERRY
  • Flat-topped clusters of creamy-white flowers
  • Bluish-black fruit in the fall is attractive to birds
  • Glossy green leaves turn reddish-purple in the fall

HEIGHT: 5-6 m  ·  SPREAD: 175-200 cm

Viburnum trilobum
HIGHBUSH CRANBERRY
  • Flat-topped clusters of creamy-white flowers
  • Red berries are attractive to birds
  • Textured, three-lobed, green leaves turn reddish-purple in the fall

HEIGHT: 250-300 cm  ·  SPREAD: 250-300 cm

Viburnum x burkwoodii
BURKWOOD VIBURNUM
  • Pink buds open to globose clusters of fragrant, creamy-white flowers
  • Red berries, turn black and are attractive to birds
  • Glossy, green, semi-evergreen leaves turning scarlet in the fall

HEIGHT: 200-250 cm  ·  SPREAD: 125-150 cm