An attractive and fast growing small tree, Albizia julibrissin is native from Iran to Japan. It is a fast-growing plant whose seedlings can become invasive under certain...Read More
Arkansas Black Apples. These sounded very interesting as a great tasting apple, so we thought that we would give them a try. The plants are 4' - 5', nicely branched transplants in 3 gallon...Read More
Fuji Apple trees, 4' - 5', nicely branched transplants in 3 gallon containers. These are crisp, juicy and aromatic apples. The fruit keeps up to 12 months when refrigerated. It ripens in late...Read More
Gala apples are non-uniform in color, usually vertically striped or mottled, with overall orange color. They are sweet, fine textured, and aromatic, can be added to...Read More
This white birch is best grown in medium to wet, well-drained, sandy or rocky loams in full sun to part shade. Although it prefers full sun in its native habitat, in the eastern US, it is best...Read More
Wonderful disease resistant dogwood that blooms creamy white turning pink, 3 weeks after native dogwoods do, in June and last for at least 4 weeks. Round pink-orange fruits hang below branches in...Read More
Edible figs (Ficus carica) come in many varieties. While most are best adapted to warmer Mediterranean climates, several are hardy to zone 6. We...Read More
Magnolia stellata, or star magnolia, is native to Japan. It is a small deciduous tree that grows 15-20’ tall with a spreading, rounded crown. It is also...Read More
All of the magnolias are stunning in the spring. These are no exception! Lavender buds open to a beautiful white blossum.
Kieffer Pear trees are resonably fast-growing fruit trees that, once mature, produce a nice crop of delicious fruit. They are sweet, crisp, and juicy, excellent...Read More
The Shinseiki Pear is one of the hardiest Asian pear varieties. The upright, spreading tree flowers profusely in the early spring, and produces delicious, firm and juicy...Read More
Poncirus var. monstrosa “flying dragon” is a more rare, contorted variety of the species.
The species is called the Japanese bitter orange, or trifoliate orange...Read More
The “Belle of Georgia” peach (Prunus persica “Belle of Georgia”) is a pink-flowered peach tree (red buds)...Read More
This is the classic weeping willow, from which the term willowy is coined. Salix babylonica is familiar as one of the most graceful trees to grace our...Read More
From Wikipedia: Stewartia pseudocamelia is a small to medium sized deciduous tree, growing to 10–15 m (rarely to 18 m) tall, often with multiple stems and/or low...Read More