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Abelia x grandiflora 'Sherwoodii' - Sherwood Glossy Abelia
Zone 5
Dark green glossy leaves show of the light pink summer-born flowers.  Best if grown in sun or part shade for flower effect.  Grows 4' tall by 5' wide.  Occasionally cut back harshly to keep the plants lush look.
 

Acanthopanax x sieboldianus - Five-leaf Aralia
Zone 4
Five fingered arching foliage offers a beautiful texture with lime colored new growth for contrast.  Great for darkly shaded areas and takes well to pruning.  Easy to grow!

 

Acanthopanax x sieboldianus ‘Variegatus’ - Variegated Five-leaf Aralia
Zone 4
Foliage is creamy white with green variegation which makes this plant a great focal point in the shade garden. Sun or shade. Grows 6-8' with arching branches.
 

Acer buergeriaum - Trident Maple
Zone 5
Well known and valued for its decorative exfoliating bark and striking brilliant fall color of yellow, orange and red. Works nice as a medium sized patio or street tree. Will grow 20-25' tall.

 

Acer circinatum - Vine Maple
Zone 5
Large multi-stemmed shrub or tree. Brilliant green summer foliage gives way to yellow-orange and red early fall color. Attractive white flowers followed by reddish fruit in late spring. Grows 10-20' tall in sun to part shade.
 

Acer ginnala (A. tataricum subsp. ginnala) - Amur Maple
Zone 3
Exceedingly hardy small tree, growing to 15-20'.  Usually grows in a lower-branched or multi-stemmed habit making it great for screening or specimen planting.  Very nice in fall color, but coloring varies due to situation and sunlight.
 

Acer griseum - Paperbark Maple
Zone 4
One of the finest small trees with bark that exfoliates in strips of cinnamon color. Small leaves, vivid red fall color and loads of winter interest. Grows to 30'. Rare!
 

Acer japonicum  -  Full Moon Maple
Zone 5
Leaves are similar to a green Japanese maple but slightly less lobed.  The tree has a great shape reaching to 20 or 30' with an equal spread.  Grows as an understory tree in Japan so is a great choice for the shade garden.

Acer japonicum 'Aconitifolium' - Fern Leaf Full Moon Maple
Zone 5
Leaves are deeply lobed similar to Japanese maples but have a much lacier look.  Fall color is a spectacular orange to crimson.  Can reach 20-25' with a similar spread.

 

Acer miyabei - Miyabe Maple
Zone 5
Mid-sized maple growing to 35'.  A very uncommonly used specimen tree or small shade tree.  Miyabei maple forms a beautiful vase-like or upright rounded form.  Very hard to propagate so this tree is used less than it deserves.
 

Acer palmatum (open pollinated seedlings) -  Japanese Maple
Zone 5
These are Seedlings that we would usually graft our Japanese Maple cultivars onto.  We will randomly choose a healthy plant to send to you.  Will it be red or green, short or tall, lobed or lacy, who knows?  These are great for bonsai or just a great story to tell your guests as you walk through the garden!
 

Acer palmatum ‘Aka Shigitatsu Sawa' - Aka Shigitatsu Sawa Japanese Maple
Zone 5
A beautiful variegated Japanese maple.  When the leaves unfurl in spring they are bright red in color. As they age they show off their creamy yellow variegation with red and pink highlights.  Very rare and showy!

 

Acer palmatum ‘Atropurpureum’ - Purple-leaved Japanese Maple
Zone 5
Often grows as a multi-stemmed small tree with wine red foliage. Its summer color is exceeded only by the fall color which is brilliant red and orange. A fine companion plant for Rhododendron and Azalea, thriving under the same conditions.

 

Acer palmatum ‘Burgundy Lace' - Burgundy Lace Japanese Maple
Zone 5
An upright, red-leaved Japanese maple growing 10-12'.  A distinctive feature is it's wider than tall stance that offers a lower canopy.  Fall color is crimson as is the rule for most Japanese maples.

 

Acer palmatum ‘Garnet' (dissectum var.)- Garnet Japanese Maple
Zone 5
(Lace-leaf or weeping type)  A fantastic variety that holds it's red foliage color well into the hot summer months.  Not as commonly grown as it was thirty years ago, but has proven itself as good or better than the more recent introductions.
 

Acer palmatum ‘Inaba Shidare' (dissectum var.) - Inaba Shidare Japanese Maple
Zone 5
(Lace-leaf or weeping type)  Grown for over 100 years for it's fantastic red leaf color and heat tolerance.  Has a slightly more horizontal growth habit than other dissectum maples, but great growth rate and sturdy branches made this a winner for years.
 

Acer palmatum ‘Moonfire' - Moonfire Japanese Maple
Zone 5
Moonfire grows to 20' with a bright red foliage that holds its color well in both the shade and the heat or the summer.  Grows more rapidly than the species but keeps the upright vase-like shape you would expect.

 

Acer palmatum ‘Nishiki Gawa' - Pine Bark Japanese Maple
Zone 5
This cultivar is known for its knobby coarse bark resembling the bark of pines.  Dense green leaves and upright vase-like habit growing to 20'  Creates a beautiful Canopy.  Crimson red fall color.

 

Acer palmatum ‘Novum' - Novum Japanese Maple
Zone 5
An upright Japanese maple reaching to 25'.  The leaves offer an interestingly different medium red in contrast to the purple of other varieties.  Novum offers a vigorous growth habit and a highly superior fall color!

 

Acer palmatum ‘Red Pygmy' - Red Pygmy Japanese Maple
Zone 5
This is an upright Japanese maple but has the smaller mature size (6') of the dissectum types.  The red leaves have a thin strap-like look offering something that no other maple can.
 

Acer palmatum ‘Sango Kaku' - Coral Bark Japanese Maple
Zone 5
Coral red bark most pronounced in the winter.  Yellow-gold fall color.  Can grow 20-25'.  A real specimen.

 

Acer pennsylvanicum - Striped Maple/Snake-Bark Maple
Zone 3
Known for it's beautiful green and white striped bark on the trunk and stems.  Use this naturalizing maple in light shade for best results.  Grows to 20' with an equal or lesser spread.
 

Acer tegmentosum - Manchutriped Maple
Zone 4
Very similar to A. pennsylvanicum as far as size and growth habit.  The bark shows off the heavy striping at an earlier age than pennsylvanicum, but admittedly even trained plantsmen at our nursery had them confused at one point, only being able to positively identify tegmentosum by their parentage.
 

Aesculus hippocastanum - European Horsechestnut
Zone 4
Large shade tree that can grow to 75'.  Beautiful white flower spikes literally cover the tree in early summer and can be identified from miles away when in flower.
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Aesculus hippocastanum 'Baumannii' - Double flowered European Horsechestnut
Zone 4
Double white flowers that look like fluffy cotton candy with no fruit makes this a very popular alternative to the species.  Large rounded shade tree to 75'.
 

Aesculus parviflora - Bottlebrush Buckeye
Zone 5
Large mounding specimen plant under shade trees, blooms with pure white, bottle brush-like flowers in late July and has glowing gold fall color. Grows to 10'x10'.
 

Aesculus pavia - Red Buckeye
Zone 5
Flowers with large red panicles in spring.  A great shade tolerant plant for naturalizing that grows upwards to 15'.  Can be shaped into a tree or let be a multi-stemmed shrub.
 

Aesculus splendens - Splendens Horsechestnut
Zone 5
A beautiful large multi-stemmed shrub or small tree of 8-10'.  Crimson flower spikes in late spring make this a showy specimen for sun or light shade.
 

Aesculus x carnea 'Briotii' - Ruby Red  Horsechestnut
Zone 5
A bit smaller than other tree-form horsechestnuts to 45'.  Upright rounded form with bright pink blooms rather than the traditional white. 
1 yr. graft.....$19.95

Aesculus x mutabilis var. induta - Induta Horsechestnut
Zone 5
A hybridization of A. pavia and A. sylvatica with red-orange flowers that forms a small tree or large shrub to 15'.  A great accent for the shade garden or shrub border.
 

Albizia julibrissin - Silk tree or Mimosa
Zone 6
Beautiful tropical leaves and rosy-red flowers give this 20-30' tree some consideration in the garden.  Be wary that in northern climates this tree may be marginally hardy at best.  These plants were propagated from a tree here on our property in Michigan which possibly could offer some hardiness advantages.

Amelanchier laevis - Allegheny Serviceberry
Zone 4
More tree-form than traditional serviceberry.  As leaves emerge on stems they unfurl as a bronzy red before darkening to green.  Flowers are white and prolific, emerging in spring.  Fruits are edible, dark blue, and taste like blueberries.  Great for birds! Grows to 15-25'.

 

Asimina triloba - Paw Paw
Zone 5
Great naturalizer for moist, shady locations. Small tree with edible fruits and a some-what tropical appearance. Plant two for fruit!
 

Azalea X (Krume) 'Herbert' - Herbert Krume Azalea
Zone 5
Large (2") lavender-purple flowers in mid-may.  One of the easiest of the evergreen azaleas.  Grows to 4' tall by 6' wide.
 

Berberis candidula - Evergreen Barberry
Zone 5
The hardiest of the evergreen barberries. It has small, narrow leaves, shiny green on top, silver underneath with fragrant yellow flowers in early spring. A very thorny, low shrub. UNUSUAL!

 

Berberis thunbergii ‘Antares’ - Antares Barberry
Zone 5
Unusual copper red foliage sets this clone apart from other barberries. Best as an accent plant, will grow 5‘ x 5‘ in full sun. A Wavecrest Introduction!
 

Berberis thunbergii ‘Aurea’ - Golden Barberry
Zone 5

Clear lemon yellow foliage makes this plant look like it is in full bloom from early spring until late summer. Plant in full sun for best color. Will not burn in summer heat.  Grows 4'x4'.



Berberis thunbergii ‘Concorde’ - Concorde Barberry

Zone 5
A Wavecrest introduction, this barberry has small, velvety deep purple leaves and a tight mounded habit. Grows to 18". Needs full sun. A striking dwarf !
 

Berberis thunbergii ‘Helmond Pillar’ - Helmond Pillar Barberry
Zone 5
Slender, tall outline with bright purple foliage offers color in a small footprint of the garden.  Place in full sun for best color.
 

Berberis thunbergii ‘Painter’s Palette’ - Painter’s Palette Barberry
Zone 5
Pink and white variegated new growth make a striking contrast with green mature leaves. Slow, compact and dense growth make this ideal for confined spaces.  A Wavecrest original.
 

Berberis thunbergii ‘Sunjoy® Gold Pillar’ PP#18082 - Gold Pillar Barberry
Zone 5
Golden barberry with a vertical growth habit.  Grows to 3' tall and 1' wide.  Leaves open to red and bronze and then age to gold.  New cultivar in 2008.

 

Buxus microphylla ‘Kingsville Dwarf’ - Kingsville Dwarf Boxwood
Zone 5
A true dwarf Boxwood slowly forming a dense, low mound. Only grows 1-2" per year. Needs a protected location. Prized for Bonsai.



Buxus microphylla ‘Koreana’ - Korean Boxwood
Zone 5
This is the hardiest Boxwood, surviving temperatures as low as -30 °F.

 

Buxus microphylla var. koreana ‘Wintergreen’ - Wintergreen Korean Boxwood
Zone 4
Has larger leaves than most Boxwood, glossy and dense. Does not bronze in winter. Beautiful as a specimen or in a hedge. Grows about 4’.
 

Buxus microphylla ‘Green Gem’ - Green Gem Boxwood
Zone 5
Selected for hardiness extending northward even into Wisconsin. This one has bright green foliage and assumes a dwarf, globe shape.

 

Buxus microphylla 'Green Mountain’ - Green Mountain Boxwood
Zone 5
Another hardy boxwood selection that grows in a wide pyramid like the shape of a mountain.
 

Buxus microphylla ‘Green Velvet’ - Green Velvet Boxwood
Zone 5
A fine textured evergreen globe selection. Makes a good specimen or hedge plant.

 

 

Buxus microphylla ‘John Baldwin’ -John Baldwin Boxwood
Zone 5
Boxwood with a dense habit to 5' and blue-green leaves.  Grows upright and has leaves smaller than most boxwood.  Great for hedges or a specimen plant.
 

 

Buxus sempervirens ‘Curly’ - Curly Boxwood
Zone 6
Curled leaves as the name suggests. Unusual!
 

 

Buxus sempervirens ‘Graham Blandy’ - Graham Blandy Columnar Boxwood
Zone 6
Tall and thin, grows like a sentry in the garden!

 

Buxus sempervirens ‘Navicaburis’ - Navicaburis Boxwood
Zone 5
This was given to us by a friend in Jackson, Michigan. It is gold variegated with variegation occurring only on some of the branchlets. Subtle and beautiful. Appears to be very hardy.
 

Buxus sempervirens ‘Pier Cove’*(our own selection) - Pier Cove Boxwood
Zone 5
This was selected by us because of its survival under extremely adverse and cold conditions. Has fine foliage, dark green in color and is fast growing for a boxwood.
 

Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’ - True Dwarf Boxwood
Zone 6
The true ‘original’ Boxwood, with dense, compact growth. Excellent fragrant foliage. Great for edging as well as the rock garden.
 

Buxus sempervirens ‘Variegata’ - Variegated Boxwood
Zone 6
Each leaf has a fairly wide, white margin. Slower growing than most boxwoods, preferring light shade and some protection.
 

Callicarpa bodinieri ‘Profusion’ - Profusion Beauty Berry
Zone 5
A profusion of violet fruit clusters adorn this plant in autumn. Known for its bronze-purple new growth and its dark green foliage. Easily grown in sun or light shade. Grows 5-6’. Birds love it!
 

Callicarpa japonica - Japanese Beauty Berry
Zone 5
Small lavender-pink berries form on the twigs in late summer and persist until the birds clean them up. Vigorous grower that stands shearing.


Calycanthus floridus - Carolina Allspice
Zone 4
Entire plant is scented with the flowers being exceptional in fragrance.  Attractive even when not in flower with dark green lusterous leaves and dense habit.  Grows 8x8'.
 

Cercidiphyllum japonica - Japanese Katsura Tree
Zone 4
Heart shaped leaves on this vase-like tree.  Grows 40 to 60'.  Loves moist, rich soils.  Fast growing!

 

Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Pendulum' - Weeping Japanese Katsura
Zone 4

Weeping form of katsura tree.  Heart shaped blue leaves, wide spreading mounded habit creates a lovely specimen.  Vigorous grower.  Rare!

 

Cercis canadensis - Eastern Redbud
Zone 5

A small hardy tree with rosy pink flowers in spring and yellow fall color. Hardiness in Redbuds depends on the seed source. Ours are grown from native Michigan seed and are quite hardy.

 

Chaenomeles speciosa ‘Cameo’ - Cameo Quince
Zone 5
Glossy green foliage and exquisite peachy pink double flowers in early spring. Grows 3-4’. Choice!
 

Chaenomeles speciosa 'Toyo Nishiki' - Toyo Nishiki Flowering Quince
Zone 5
Bearing white pink and red flowers on the same branches, makes an unusual statement in the garden.  Grows 8' tall by at least that wide.
 

Chionanthus virginicus - Fringe Tree
Zone 3
A large shrub or small tree (20').  Has hanging lacy white flowers in prolific numbers.  Very versatile and hardy.
 

 

Clethra alnifolia ‘Pink Spire’ - Pink Spire Summersweet
Zone 4

Pink buds open to light pink or white flowers.  This is a full size Summersweet reaching to 6'.  Fragarant flowers.   Attracts Butterflies!

 

Clethra alnifolia ‘Ruby Spice’ - Ruby Spice Summersweet
Zone 4

A trully pink selection that grows to 6'.  Prefers a moist soil and can tolerate quite a bit of shade.  Attracts Butterflies!

 

Clethra barbinervis - Japanese Clethra
Zone 6
Four to six inch flower racemes grow horizontally from the branchlets in mid-summer.  Leaves are larger than clethra alnifolia and are smooth and glossy.  Grows into a large shrub or small tree.
 

Cornus alternifolia - Pagoda Dogwood
Zone (4) 5
Beautiful horizontal spreading branches give an oriental layered effect. Reddish-purple fall color. Grows 20-30’.

 

Cornus controversa ‘Variegata’ - Variegated Giant Dogwood
Zone 6
An elegant tree growing 25-30’ with horizontal branching and beautiful white and green foliage. Needs partial shade and moist but well drained soil. Difficult to propagate.
 

Cornus florida ‘Allegan’ - White Flowering Dogwood
Zone 5
Grown from seed collected in the Allegan Forest at the northern end of the Dogwood's range. These bloom consistently despite sub-zero winter temperatures.
 

 

Cornus kousa - Japanese Dogwood
Zone 5

Blooms later than Cornus florida, with showy, creamy white star shaped flowers than can last over a month. Red-strawberry-like fruit in late summer and red-purple fall color give this small tree three season interest! Grows to 20'.

Cornus kousa ‘Beni Fugi’ - Beni Fugi Japanese Dogwood
Zone (5)6
A beautiful small tree that is one of the darkest red of all the Kousa cultivars.
 

Cornus kousa ‘Milkyway’  - Milkyway Japanese Dogwood
Zone 5
Selection of Japanese dogwood that showed large flower size and superior flower quantity.  An improved form that when grown by grafting will bloom at any age!
 

Cornus kousa ‘Satomi’ (syn. ‘Rosabella) - Pink Japanese Dogwood
Zone 5
Japanese selection. Clear pink flowers that are long lasting. Grows to 20’.
 

Cornus kousa ‘Steeple’ - Steeple Japanese Dogwood
Zone 5
A very upright narrow form of Japanese dogwood.  Nicely pointed flower petals and dark green foliage.
 

Cornus kousa ‘Trinity Star’  - Trinity Star Japanese Dogwood
Zone 5
A heavy flowerer with new growth which has a red-pink hue that darkens down to glossy green as it matures.
 

Cornus kousa var. Chinensis - Chinensis Japanese Dogwood
Zone 5
Wider growing than typical C. kousa, tolerates shade, heavy bloomer.  One of our favorites!
 

Cornus mas- Cornelian Cherry

Zone 4

Small tree (20-25'), usually multi stemmed.  Valued for it's very early bloom time (well before daffodils and forsythia).  The yellow flowers and unusual bark make this great for the shrub border or against a house.  Edible cherry-like fruits.

Cornus mas ‘Golden Glory’- Golden Glory Cornelian Cherry

Zone 4

Multi-stemmed shrub or small tree of rounded habit. Prolific yellow flowers bloom along stems in very early spring. Red, edible fruit in summer. Attractive, rich exfoliating bark on a choice plant that is shade tolerant and very adaptable.

Cotinus x (Hybrid) ‘Grace’ - Graceful Grace Smoke Bush
Zone 5
Noted for its vibrant red, orange and yellow fall color. Light red foliage when young darkening to blue-green with age. Huge pink inflorescence's suggest smoke in mid-summer. Grows to 20’.
 

Cotoneaster dammeri 'Eichholz' - Eichholz Bearberry Cotoneaster

Zone 6

Groundcover cotoneaster with tiny dark green leaves white flowers and red fruits.  Grows to only 1' tall but to 5' wide.  Evergreen!

 

Cotoneaster salicifolius 'Scarlet Leader' - Scarlet Leader Willowleaf Cotoneaster

Zone 6

Low growing semi-evergreen groundcover with long, dark green, glossy leaves.  Foliage turns to a red-purple for winter and has large red fruits and white flowers.  Grows to 2' tall and 5' wide.  Place in a protected site in northern gardens.

 

Deutzia crenata var. nakiana ‘Nikko’ - Dwarf Nikko Deutzia
Zone 5
A delicate, low spreading plant with abundant white flowers in spring and attractive burgundy fall color. Grows 1-2’ tall and 3-4’ wide.
 

Deutzia scabra 'Pride of Rochester' - Pride of Rochester Deutzia
Zone 5
Has double flowers that are pink on the outside and white in the center. Grows to 8'x8'.  Great for the shrub border.
 

Diospyros virginiana - Common Persimmon
Zone 4
Large shade tree growing to 60'.  Flowers are fragrant but small and white to light green.  The fruit is golden and edible, ripening after frosts push the fruit to maturity.  Can sucker so be sure to keep this in check or offer a location suitable for colonization.  Great for wildlife.
 

Enkianthus campanulatus - Redveined Enkianthus

Zone 4
Upright narrow deciduous shrub.  Creamy white bell-shaped flowers and excellent red-orange fall color.  Grows 6-8' tall by 4' wide.
 

Euonymus alatus 'Roy Nordine’ - Roy Nordine Burning Bush

Zone 4
Very hardy and compact, grows about 6-8' tall and produces abundant fruit. Named after the former propagator of the Morton Arboretum.
 

Euonymus alatus 'Rudy Haag’ - Rudy Haag Burning Bush

Zone 4
Very compact form with fantastic fall color.  Grows to only 4-5' tall and wide.  a great selection for foundation planting or as a specimen.
 

Euonymus atropurpurea - Eastern Wahoo

Zone 4
Small tree to 20' tall.  Perhaps better in the background because the spring and summer interest of the tree is lackluster.  The real show begins in the fall when the crimson fruit appears.
 

Euonymus fortunei ‘Kewensis’ - Kew Euonymus
Zone 5
A spreading and/or climbing evergreen Euonymus with very tiny leaves. Forms a thick mat ground cover that spreads quickly and discourages weed growth.  Evergreen!
 

Euonymus fortunei ‘Lemon Princess’ - Lemon Princess Euonymus
Zone 5
Wonderful and intense yellow variegation throughout this spreading Euonymus. Grows 18" tall in sun or shade.  Evergreen!
 

Euonymus fortunei ‘Longwood’ - Longwood Euonymus
Zone 5
Very low-growing trailing groundcover.  Small leaves gives this plant the look of moss as it grows over the ground and climbs up any porous surface.  Evergreen!
 

Euonymus fortunei ‘Skokie’ - Skokie Euonymus
Zone 5
Prolific bright white variegation on glossy dark green leaves.  Can spread as a groundcover or climb as a vine. Evergreen!
 

Fagus sylvatica - European Beech
Zone 5
Large shade tree with dark green leaves.  As the tree ages the bark turns a wrinkly gray as to emulate an elephant's leg.  Very long lived and perhaps one of the finest shade trees available.
 

Fagus sylvatica ‘Atropurpurea’ - Purple Leaf Beech
Zone 5
Dark purple leaves act as an accent against the wrinkled gray trunk.  Large shade tree and is capable of reaching 70'.
 

Fagus sylvatica ‘Cristata’ - Cristata European Beech
Zone 5
Leaves are condensed at the ends of the branches and have a distinctive crinkled look to them.  Unique tree makes a great conversation piece.
 

Fagus sylvatica ‘Fastigiata’ - Columnar European Beech
Zone 5
Upright, columnar form, glossy green leaves.  Great as an accent plant Grows 30-50’.
 

Fagus sylvatica ‘Lacinata’ - Fern Leaf European Beech
Zone 5
Foliage is narrow with many serrations giving the tree a more ferny look.  Branches usually hang low and the overall look is very dense.
 

Fagus sylvatica ‘Pendula’ - Weeping European Beech
Zone 5
Stems and branches are contorted and grow in almost any direction. Training it up a stout stake for a couple of years will give more stature as it matures.  Slow growing specimen.
 

Fagus sylvatica ‘Purpurea Pendula’ - Purple Weeping Beech
Zone 5

Deep purple foliage and a wide spreading habit make this a good selection for a small garden.  Very slow growing.

 

Fagus sylvatica 'Rohanii’ - Rohan’s European Beech
Zone 5
A vigorous grower with purple leaves, the margins of the leaves somewhat undulating, edged with rounded, shallow teeth. Grows 30-50'.

 

Fagus sylvatica ‘Spaethiana’ - Spaeth’s Purple Leave Beech
Zone 5
Has glossy large purple leaves that hold their color well throughout the summer.
Grows 40-50’.
 

Fagus sylvatica ‘Zlatia’ - Zlatia Golden Beech
Zone 5

Slow growing beech opens to a beautiful golden color that becomes light green as the season progresses. Beautiful fall color!

 

Forsythia suspensa - Weeping Forsythia
Zone 5

Long tendrilous branches give this plant a true weeping form, much like a miniature weeping willow.  Can grow 6-10' with the typical yellow forsythia flowers in spring.

 

Forsythia viridissima var. koreana 'Kumson' PP. - Kumson Forsythia
Zone 5

Medium sized forsythia (to 6') with a very interesting pattern on the leaves.  The variegation almost looks like its cracked with white on dark green leaves!

 

Forsythia x intermedia ‘Gold Tide’ - Gold Tide Forsythia
Zone 5

Low growing with lacy foliage - grows only 2' tall. Blooms golden yellow. Grows 2-4' wide.

Forsythia x intermedia ‘Karl Saxe’ - Karl Saxe Forsythia
Zone 5
A bushy Forsythia with huge deep golden flowers that cover the entire shrub and make it glow. Very desirable in any garden!
 

Forsythia x intermedia ‘White Gold’ - White Gold Variegated Forsythia
Zone 5
Variegated white, yellow and green leaves gives this forsythia summer interest after the spring flower show has expired.  Our own introduction!
 

Fothergilla gardeni - Dwarf Fothergilla
Zone 5
Fringed white flowers appear before the foliage in spring. A small shrub with beautiful red-orange fall color. Grows only to 3'.
 

Fothergilla major ‘Mt. Airy’ - Mt. Airy Fothergilla
Zone 5
Early spring, sweetly scented, white bottlebrush flowers, dark blue-green foliage and consistent yellow-orange to red fall color. Grows 4-5’. Full sun to part shade.
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Ginkgo biloba 'Canopy' - Maiden Hair Tree

Zone 5

Selection made here at Wavecrest for it's beautiful spreading habit, perfect as a shade tree.

Ginkgo biloba 'Chase Manhattan' - Dwarf Maiden Hair Tree

Zone 5

A Bonn Hartline selection. Dwarf in all respects, small leaves and slow growth to 15 ft. Excellent for Bonsai!

Ginkgo biloba 'Fastigiata - Columnar Maiden Hair Tree
Zone 4

Narrow columnar form, used a great deal as a street tree. 50 ft. ht. x 20 ft. spread.

 

Ginkgo biloba 'Princeton Gold' - Princeton Gold Maiden Hair Tree

Zone 4

Large canopied ginkgo selected for great fall color and the leaves that hold on to the tree longer than the species.

 

Halesia carolina - Carolina Sliverbells
Zone 5

Often shrubby, this tree has beautiful drooping white, bell-shaped flowers just before the leaves emerge.  Quite a show!  Can reach 35'.
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Hamamelis virginiana - Common Witchhazel
Zone 5

Yellow flowers open in the fall, unlike it's spring-flowering cousins.  Flowers appear usually after the leaves fall for winter.  Great as an under-story small tree or large shrub.
 

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Arnold's Promise' - Arnold's Promise Witchhazel
Zone 5

Bright clear yellow flowers in the spring, but a bit later than other cultivars.  Flowers are nicely scented.  Can grow up to 20'.
 

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Diane' - Diane Witchhazel
Zone 5

Coppery red strap-like flowers in the very early spring or late winter.  Fantastic orange-red fall color and upright spreading habit.
 

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Jelena' - Jelena Witchhazel
Zone 5

Also known as Copper Beauty, this plant blooms with coppery orange flowers. Red at the base, orange in the center, and yellow at the tip. Starts flowering in February and continues until spring.  Very fragrant.
 

Heptacodium miconioides - Seven Sons Flower
Zone 5
Large multi-stemmed shrub or small tree that can grow 15' tall. Exfoliating bark and showy yellow fall color. Small, fragrant white flowers mid-August to September with spectacular fruit display lasting several weeks into fall. Full sun to partial shade.
 

 

Hibiscus paramutabilis x syriacus 'Lohengrin' PP.#41886 - Lohengrin Rose of Sharon
Zone 5
A nice plant offering a white flower with a burgandy red center and maple-shaped foliage.  Grows 6-10'
 

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Mariana’pp#12664 - Blue Satin® Rose of Sharon
Zone 5
This one has large true blue flowers with a red center.
Currently out of Stock

 

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Double Red’* - Rose of Sharon
Zone 5
A Wavecrest selection with double red flowers in late summer.
Currently out of Stock

 

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Minrosa’ - Rose Satin® Rose of Sharon
Zone 5
Clear pink flowers with a prominent red center.  Very vigorous grower which flowers heavily.
 

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Pink Giant’ - Rose of Sharon
Zone 5
Very large, single, deep pink flowers. Grows 8-10’.
 

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Violet Satin’ ™ pp#12196 - Rose of Sharon
Zone 5
Large single red-violet flowers from July to September.
Currently out of Stock

 

Hibiscus syriacus ‘William Smith’ - William Smith Rose of Sharon
Zone 5
Single true white flowers that drop off after blooming to give the plant a cleaner look than other Rose of Sharon.
 

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’ - Annabelle Hydrangea
Zone 5
Has huge white blooms in mid-summer. The flowers are big even when grown in the shade. Hardy and carefree!
 

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nikko Blue’ - Nikko Blue Hydrangea
Zone 6
Globe shaped flowers that emerge as pink in basic soils and blue in acidic soils
 

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Pink Elf’ - Pink Elf Hydrangea
Zone 6
Lovely dwarf hydrangea only growing about 18” tall with large deep pink flowers from June to September.
 

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Pink Lacecap’ - Pink Lacecap Hydrangea
Zone 6
A selected variety with pink lacecap flowers.
 

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Tellers Red’ - Tellers Red Hydrangea
Zone 6
The lacecap flowers on this Hydrangea are a beautiful, rich pink-red. Grows to 4-5’.
 

Hydrangea paniculata 'Kyusho ’ - Kyusho Hydrangea
Zone 5
Large lacy white flowers are held erect from July through September. Abundant flowers initiate at a very young age. Grows 6-8' in height.
 

Hydrangea paniculata 'Pink Diamond’ - Pink Diamond Hydrangea
Zone 5

Pink buds opening white then rapidly turn bright pink. Conical blooms measure 12'x8'.

 

Hydrangea paniculata 'Tardiva’ - Tardiva Hydrangea
Zone 5

Beautiful cone-shaped flowers that open late in the season.  Flowers dry on the plant giving some winter interest.  One of the most popular of the panicled hydrangeas. 12' x 8'.

 

Hydrangea paniculata 'White Lace’ - White Lace Hydrangea
Zone 5

White open flowers give the look of lace. This plant will grow 6' tall.

 

Hydrangea quercifolia 'Snowflake' - Snowflake Hydrangea
Zone 5

''Double' cone-shaped flowers in July. Truly the most beautiful of the oakleafs.

 

Hydrangea x serrata ‘Blue Bird’ - Blue Bird Lacecap Hydrangea
Zone 5
Lacecap flowers which has pink female flowers on the edges and blue male flowers in the center.  Striking!
 

Hydrangea x serrata ‘Grayswood’ - Grayswood Lacecap Hydrangea
Zone 5
Lacecap flowers from June to frost, gradually changing from pure white to translucent burgundy, passing through all the shades of pink and orange along the way.  Truly a Show Stopper!
 

Hydrangea x serrata ‘Preziosa’ - Preziosa Hydrangea

Zone 5

Flowers start out white in mid-summer then gradually change first to pink then to mahogany red in the fall. In acid soil they may have a blue cast. They may be cut and dried in any color stage and retain their color. Grows to about a 5' mound.

Hypericum frondosum 'Sunburst' - Sunburst St. Johnswort
Zone 5

Small blue-green foliage on a 3' by 4' plant.  Flowers come in late spring/early summer and are golden yellow. Red berries in summer and fall are used in flower arrangements.

 

Itea virginiana - ‘Henry’s Garnet’ - Henry’s Garnet Sweetspire
Zone 5
Loads of long, white flowers in early summer and brilliant reddish purple fall color. Grows 3-4'.

 

Kerria japonica - Japanese Kerria
Zone 5
Single, yellow flowers smother this shrub in springtime and rebloom lightly in late summer. Bright green stems persist in winter. Grows to 4’x4’. Tolerates shearing. Sun or light shade.
 

Kolkwitzia amabilis - Beauty Bush

Zone 4

Masses of fragrant pink flowers cover this large shrub in late May. It can grow 6-10' or larger. Prefers full sun, however it is very adaptable. Excellent for screening.

 

Kolkwitzia amabilis 'Maradco' - Dream Catcher™ Beauty Bush

Zone 4

Broadleaf shrub with golden leaves and coppery new growth. Rounded habit, likes light shade, pinkish-white fragrant flowers in Spring. Grows 4-5' ht. x 3-4' spread.

 

 

Lespedeza bicolor - Bush Clover

Zone 4

A somewhat weedy shrub during the summer offering a somewhat brambly look.  In fall the entire bush explodes with pink blooms which resembles a sweet pea flower.  Very attractive in bloom.  Grows to 6'.

 

Leucothoe fontanesiana ‘Girards Rainbow’ - Rainbow Leucothoe
Zone 5
An interesting broadleaf evergreen. Leaves are splashed with pink and white. Thrives in acid soil, sun or shade. Grows to 4-5’. Mixes well with Rhodo’s.
 

Leucothoe fontanesiana ‘Nana’ - Dwarf Leucothoe
Zone 5
Excellent low growing evergreen shrub with fragrant white flowers and red new growth. Grows about 2 ft. tall with a 4-5 ft. spread. Mixes well with Rhododendron, Azalea and Hosta.
 

Liquidambar styraciflua - American Sweet Gum
Zone 5

Bark on young stems is corky and winged much like you might find on a burning bush.  Foliage looks like an oversized japanese maple giving a bit of an asian look.  Fall color varies but gives a good show no matter the color. - grows 60-70' tall.


Liriodendron tulipfera - Tulip Tree/Tulip Poplar
Zone 4

Very large shade tree, great for the yard or park settings.  Very fast growing, 3' per year when happy.  Loves moisture but can tolerate very dry conditions.  Yellow & Orange flowers are nice when the tree is small but are hard to enjoy on a 75' tree.

Lonicera pileata - Privet Honeysuckle
Zone 6
Lustrous dark evergreen leaves borne on horizontal spreading branches that form an elegant groundcover, yellowish-white flowers occur in May. Best in light shade.
 

Magnolia liliflora 'Orchid' - Orchid Magnolia
Zone 5

Flowers are about six inches in size and have the color you might think of when you imagine an orchid.  Flowers are bright pink-purple and will bloom on and off after the main spring bloom.
 

Magnolia sieboldii - Oyama Magnolia
Zone 5
A Chinese Magnolia that blooms from May to August. The flowers are thick, single cup shaped, white with a pink center and deliciously fragrant. Grows 15' x 15'.
Currently out of Stock
 

Magnolia stellata 'Centennial' - Centennial Star Magnolia
Zone 5
Released to commemorate the 100th aniversary of the Arnold Arboretum.  Profuse white flowers with a tinge of pink at the tips.  Grows to 25'.
 

Magnolia tripetala - Umbrella Magnolia
Zone 5
Very hardy Magnolia with huge tropical leaves on the new growth.  Flowers are large and off white.  Seed pods are prolific, coral in color and form in summer.
 

Magnolia x (Hybrid) ‘Big Dude’ - Big Dude Magnolia
Zone 5
Upright, but spreading habit. Flowers are very large, fragrant, rose pink outside, with white centers.
 

Magnolia x (Hybrid) 'Flamingo' - Flamingo Hydrangea
Zone 5
A Savage hybrid with fairly large, clear pink flowers on a small spreading tree.
 

Magnolia x (Hybrid) ‘Laura Saylor’ - Laura Saylor Magnolia
Zone 5
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Currently out of Stock
 

Magnolia x (Hybrid) ‘Limelight’ - Limelight Magnolia
Zone 5
A Phil Savage hybrid that has yellow flowers flushed with green; which is very unusual in a Magnolia.
 

Magnolia x (Hybrid) ‘Sundance’ - Sundance Magnolia
Zone 5
Beautiful huge light yellow flowers emerge before the leaves showing off without interruption.
 

Magnolia x loebneri ‘Leonard Messel’ - Leonard Messel Magnolia
Zone 5
This hardy and heavy bloomer has purple buds that open to dark pink flowers, that fade slowly as they age. They have strap-like petals, similar to Star Magnolias.
 

Magnolia x soulangiana 'Picture' - Picture Magnolia
Zone 5
Large flowers (up to 12" across) with purple buds.  Buds open to pink interior and red-purple outer.
Currently out of Stock

Myrica pennsylvanica - Bayberry
Zone 3
Lustery green shrub for sunny areas.  Foliage is very fragrant and the dark blue berries are used as fragrances.  Great for hot dry spots with poor soils.
 

Nyssa sylvatica - Black Gum, Sour Gum, Tupelo
Zone 5
Large tree commonly found in wet locations and grows 60-80’ with a straight trunk and smooth grayish bark. It has deciduous, alternate, glossy green leaves 2-5” long. The fruits are oval, dark blue drupes about 1/2” long. Early red fall color!
 

Oxydendrum arboreum - Sourwood
Zone 6

Small tree, slow growing with shiny leaves and exceptional fall color blazing red to orange. Small white flowers like lily of the valley in mid summer. Grows 15-30' tall.

 

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Monlo' pp#11211 - Diabolo® Ninebark
Zone 3
Extremely hardy shrub with showy pinkish white flowers early in the season followed by purple foliage all summer long. Grows 6-8" tall. Full sun.
 

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Dart's Gold' - Dart's Gold Ninebark
Zone 2
Slow growing ninebark - new growth golden turning to lime green. Attractive exfoliating bark. Grows 4-5'.

 

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Seward' PP#14821 - Summer Wine® Ninebark
Zone 2
Purple leaves similar to Diablo but growing to only half the size.  Light pink flowers in the spring and red fruits in fall.               Currently out of Stock

 

Prunus laurocerasus ‘Schipkaensis’ - Schipka Cherry Laurel
Zone 6
The hardiest Cherry Laurel. Fragrant white flowers & evergreen foliage.  Needs some protection. Grows 4' x 8'. Tolerates pruning.
 

Prunus tomentosa - Nanking Cherry
Zone 3
Pink buds open to white 3/4" flowers.  Bark is red and exfoliates with age.  Usually grows as a 10' open shrub, but can be pruned for a more tree-like appearance.  Produces a sweet edible cherry in late summer.
 

Prunus x 'Snow Fountains' - Snow Fountains Weeping Cherry
Zone 4
Beautiful true weeping cherry with snow white blossoms covering the branches.  Should be staked to increase height.
 

Rhamnus frangula ‘Asplenifolia’ - Fernleaf Buckthorn
Zone 5
Fine textured, slow growing small pyramidal tree. Narrow leaves give delicate, fern-like appearance. Perfect for small spaces. Grows to 12’. Hardy substitute for Japanese Maple.
 

Rhamnus frangula ‘Ron Williams’ PP#14791 - Fine Line® Buckthorn
Zone 4

Narrow ribbon like foliage and a tight columnar habit. Grows 5-7' tall x 24" wide. Very durable and great for a difficult location.

 

Rhodotypos scandens - Black Jet Bead
Zone 5
Excellent shrub for exposed, difficult locations. Grows 5’ x 5’. Tolerates poor, dry soil, sun or shade and has pure white flowers followed by black berries. Attracts birds!

 

Rhus aromatica ‘Grow Low’ - Grow-low Sumac
Zone 4
Low, wide spreading habit, with glossy green foliage and red-orange fall color. Excellent for massing. Sun to part shade.
 

Salix caprea pendula - Kilmarnock Weeping Pussywillow
Zone 4
Known for its showy spring catkins, this weeping plant may be grown as a groundcover or staked up to form an unusual specimen.
 

Salix eleagnus- Rosemary Willow
Zone 4

The wispy gray-green foliage on this willow provides color, contrast and texture to the garden. Grows to about 10-12'. Easy to maintain smaller by pruning back in the spring. Rare!

 

Salix integra 'Hakuro Nishiki'- Variagated Japanese Willow
Zone 5
Striking white, green and pink foliage. Regular shearing and light shade help maintain variegation.
 

 

Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis - Sweetbox
Zone 6
Handsome evergreen groundcover for shade. Very fragrant white flowers in early spring followed by black fruit. Grows 12-18" tall. It is native to Western China.
 

Sinocalycanthus sinensis (synm. S. chinensis) - Chinese Sweetshrub
Zone 6
Large shiny green leaves show off the 3" cup shaped, nodding flowers.  Flowers are white, sometimes tinged with pink at the edges, and yellow at the center.  Grows to 6'.  Be careful in northern regions.
 

Skimmia japonica (Female) - Japanese Skimmia
Zone 6
Dark green, glossy leaves show off the bright red fruit in the fall.  Bright white rounded panicles of fragrant flowers in spring.  Very handsome plant for the shade garden.  Grows 3'tall by 4' wide.  Evergreen!
Currently out of Stock

 

Skimmia japonica (Male) - Japanese Skimmia
Zone 6
This is the pollinator for the female skimmia.  Both the the male and female will have the large clusters of white flowers in spring but only the pollinated female will have the glossy red fruit.
 

Sorbus aria - Whitebeam Mountainash
Zone 5
Very nice small shade tree or large ornamental.  This tree is a mountainash but he leaves are simple and resemble the leaf of a beech more than a mountainash.  The white flowers in spring and orange-red berries in fall resemble those or a typical mountain ash.
 

Spiraea fritschiana - Korean Spiraea
Zone 5
Large cymes of pale pink flowers which bloom in mid June. Grows 3-4' tall in full sun.
 

Spiraea thunbergii 'Ogon' - Golden Thunberg Spiraea
Zone 4
Profuse small white flowers appear in spring on wispy branches before the golden serrated willow-like leaves appear. Grows 3-5' tall. Full sun. Brilliant fall color!
 

Spirea trilobata ‘Swan Lake’ - Swan Lake Spirea
Zone 4
White flowers in June contrast well with blue-green foliage. Excellent as a low informal hedge. Grows 3-4’ tall in sun to part shade.
Currently out of Stock

 

Stephanandra incisa 'Crispa' - Lace Shrub or Lace Stephanandra
Zone 4
Low growing clumping shrub with arching branches.  Foliage is cutleaf and very attractive.  Great for massing or for use as a groundcover.
Currently out of Stock

Stewartia pseudocamellia - Japanese Stewartia
Zone 6

One of the finest small trees. Beautiful clean shape, exfoliating bark, white camellia like flowers in July. Brilliant red-orange fall color!

 

Styrax americana - American Snowbell
Zone 5
Small tree-like shrub covered in showy white bell-shaped flowers in spring. Handsome smooth gray bark provides interest the rest of the year. Full sun to partial shade with a moist well-drained acid soil.
 

Styrax japonica - Japanese Snowbell
Zone 6
Prolific white bell-shaped flowers hang below the branches of this wide spreading small tree in the spring. Wonderful oriental character adds to the winter landscape.  Grows 15’ x 15’. Stunning in Flower!
 

Syringa microphylla 'Superba' - Superba Lilac
Zone 4
Smaller foliage than common lilacs, blooms twice a year with lavender lacy panicles.  Grows to 6-8'.

Currently out of Stock

Syringa reticulata - Japanese Tree Lilac
Zone 4
Medium sized shade tree with Bright white panicled blooms in mid-spring.  Very hardy and can tolerate full sun or light shade.

 

Syringa reticulata 'Ivory Silk' - Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac
Zone 4
Flowers are more showy than regular Japanese Tree Lilac. Good clean foliage, insect free and hardy.


 

Ulmus parvifolia 'Seiju' - Seiju Lacebark Elm
Zone 5
A great specimen for bonsai as this cultivar will only reach 6' in height. 
Currently out of Stock

Viburnum dentatum 'Christom' - Blue Muffin® Arrowwood Viburnum
Zone 3
Definitely more compact and shorter than traditional Arrowwood with blue fruits in summer and white lacey flowers in spring.
 

Viburnum dentatum 'Deamii' - Deamii Arrowwood Viburnum
Zone 3
A naturally more dense arrowwood viburnum.  White flowers in the spring and blue-black berries late in the season.  Birds love it!
 

Viburnum farreri 'nanum' - Dwarf Fragrant Viburnum
Zone 5
Small growing shrub 3-4' tall. Fragrant pinkish flowers in early April. Purple red fall color.
 

Viburnum fugisanensis 'Summer Snowflake’ - Summer Snowflake Viburnum
Zone 5
Upright and globose, growing with continuous flowering from spring until frost. Sun to part shade. Grows to 6-8’.
 

Viburnum lantana ‘Variegatum’ - Variegated Lantana Viburnum
Zone 5
A Lantana Viburnum with leaves that are speckled and variegated with gold. Grows 6' x 6'. White flowers, red berries. Rare!
 

Viburnum nudum 'Winterthur' - Smooth Witherod
Zone 5
Very waxy dark green foliage makes an attractive statement.  Whiet flowers in the spring, darkly colored fruits in the late-season.  Great fall color!  Grows to 8'.
 

Viburnum opulus 'Notcutts' - Notcutt's European Cranberry Viburnum
Zone 5

An English selection. Vigorous, dense. White flowers and glossy red berries. A big grower! Great for attracting birds! Good for screen planting.

 

Viburnum opulus 'Roseum' - European Snowball Viburnum
Zone 5
Globe shaped flowers in spring makes this unique among the opulus cultivars.  Very Showy.  Grows 8-10'.
 

Viburnum plicatum 'Mariesii' - Mariesii Viburnum
Zone 5
Profuse white flowers, followed by red berries. Grows 8' x 8'. Red fall color. Lovely.
 

Viburnum plicatum forma tomentosum 'Shasta' - Shasta Viburnum
Zone 5

Profuse flowers, burgundy fall color on a compact spreading shrub. Suitable for smaller city spaces. Grows 6' tall in sun to part shade.

 

Viburnum plicatum forma tomentosum 'West Olive'* - West Olive Viburnum
Zone 5

Our own selection. Lovely white flowers, deep red fall color and exceptionally nice foliage and texture. Tends to grow more vase-like than Mariesii or Shasta.

 

Viburnum prunifolium - Blackhaw Viburnum
Zone 3

Forms a small tree or large multi-stemmed shrub.  White flowers appear in spring and during summer red fruit ripening to summer is edible.  Interesting specimen for a gardener wanting to use natives.

 

Viburnum sargentii 'Onondaga' - Onandaga Viburnum
Zone 3
Maple-shaped foliage which emerges dark maroon and ages to green.  Lacecap style flowers start white and age to pink.  Red fruit ripens in summer.  Beautiful dense plant growing to 10'.
 

Viburnum setigerum - Tea Viburnum
Zone 5
Blue-green foliage, white flowers in late May followed by profuse red berries in late fall. The most handsome fruit producer among the Viburnums. Grows to 8-12’.
 

Viburnum sieboldii 'Wavecrest' - Wavecrest Seibold Viburnum
Zone 5

Upright habit, white flowers followed by red and black berries. Heavily textured leaves turn bright red in the fall. Grows 10-12' ht. x 6-8' spread.

Viburnum x bodnantense ‘Pink Dawn’ - Pink Dawn Viburnum
Zone 6
Very early fragrant pink flowers with dark green foliage and reddish fall color. Grows to 6-8’.
 

Viburnum x burkwoodii - Burkwood Viburnum
Zone 5
Multi-stemmed, upright habit to 8' tall. Hardiest of the fragrant Viburnums. White to pink extremely fragrant flowers in spring followed by fruit in summer.
 

Viburnum x (hybrid) 'Juddi' - Judd Viburnum
Zone 4
Pink buds open to very fragrant white snowball flowers in spring. Grows 6-8' in full sun to partial shade. Shows good resistance to bacterial leaf spot.
 

Viburnum x (hybrid) 'Mohawki' - Mohawk Viburnum
Zone 6

Prolific red flower buds appear several weeks before opening to heavily spice-fragranced white petaled flowers with red blotches. Compact form, disease resistance, orange-red fall color and flowering effect make this a very desirable fragrant Viburnum. Needs protection.

 

Viburnum x pragense - Prague Viburnum
Zone 6
Evergreen shrub growing to 10' or more. Flowers in mid-May are pink in bud opening to creamy white, and are slightly fragrant. Shiny dark leaves give it the best foliage of any Viburnum we grow!

Viburnum X rhytidophylloides 'Dart's Duke' - Dart's Duke Viburnum
Zone 5
Large, leathery, dark green foliage with white flowers. Sun to part shade. Grows 8-10' tall and wide.
 

Vitex agnus-castus - Chaste Tree
Zone 6

Aromatic gray green leaves accent the blue/violet spike flowers in late summer. Grows to about 6'. Can be handled as a cutback shrub like butterfly bush.

 

Vitex agnus-castus 'Shoal Creek' - Shoal Creek Chaste Tree
Zone 6

Deep blue flowers and more dense habit when compared to Chaste Tree.

 

Weigela florida 'Gold Rush' - Gold Rush Weigela
Zone 5

Gold variegation on meduim green leaves makes it almost sparkle.  Pink Flowers appear in profusion in early summer.  Grows 5' by 5'.

 

Weigela florida 'Rubridor' - Rubridor Weigela
Zone 5

Bright gold foliage color show off the dark red flowers.  Grows to 6'.

 

 

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