Pure white crepe paper, double blooms appear in clusters profusely in the spring and then a little less profusely afterward. The dark green foliage is glossy and very disease resistant. Repeat bloomer with nice fragrance
Unusual upright and twisted leaves creates a whirlwind appearance. Green leaf margins encircle a streaky yellowish-white center that bleaches white as the season progresses. Lavender flowers in mid-summer. Fast growth rate, Good slug resistance.
This small tree has handsome reddish-brown foliage which appears almost black from a distance from spring through early summer, slowly becoming green-bronze. Fall color is a beautiful mix of ruddy yellows and oranges with a cotton-candy scent.
This medium size, bright-orange apricot offers firm, freestone fruit with exceptional texture and flavor. Great for fresh eating. Tree is compact, late-blooming, productive, disease resistant and cold-hardy. Fruit is ready to harvest in early August. Self-fertile
The plant has an elegant look with its deep green cut leaves and clumping habit. Golden yellow flowers appear on purple black stems above the foliage in summer. Stunning in a group or as an accent in a container.
Deciduous standard tree with dark green glossy foliage turning a beautiful purple red in the fall. Branches tipped with waxy, white snowball clusters in spring. Intense, spicy fragrance. Showy most of the year.
Distinctive, thick, brown to yellow-brown, non-shiny russet skin. This pear has an obvious neck and distinctly crisp-textured flesh. It is used in cooking and baking, as well as for eating raw. Ripens beginning of October. Self-sterile, cross pollination with another pear is necessary.