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Trees, Shrubs, and Vines



Item Name Product Image Item Number Price

Asimina triloba (Pawpaw)

Native tree. Full sun - shade. Ht. 15-20' Reddish purple flowers in early spring. Moist soil. A popular native tree with large drooping leaves giving it a tropical look. Normally found as an understory tree. The nutritious fruit has a fragrant aroma with a banana/pear flavor. If fruit is a goal, 2 trees are needed. Colonizes. Deer resistant. Trees will be small in their containers. 1.5 gallon
Asimina triloba (Pawpaw) P-097 $16.00




Calycanthus floridus
(Sweet Shrub/Carolina Allspice)

Native shurb. Full sun - part shade. Ht. 6-9' Dark red flowers in spring and summer. Moist, well drained soil. Deciduous shrub with glossy, aromatic dark green foliage.  Flowers are often quite fragrant. Very resistant to insects and disease and adaptable to different soil conditions. 3 gallon
Calycanthus floridus (Sweet Shrub/Carolina Allspice) P-100 $37.00




Carpinus caroliniana (Ironwood)

Native tree. Part shade - shade. Ht. 20-35' Green, red, and brown flowers in spring. Moist, well drained soil. Slow growing understory tree with nice rounded habit. Inconspicuous flowers. Fruit resembles a cluster of tightly layered leaves. Adaptable to wide range of soils including clay. Host plant for pollinators. Deer resistant. 3 gallon
Carpinus caroliniana (Ironwood) P-098 $37.00




Cercis canadensis (Redbud)

Native tree. Full sun - part shade. Ht. 20-30' Pink flowers in early spring. Moist, well drained soil. A native understory tree. Short trunk, rounded crown of spreading branches, and flower clusters that cover the twigs before the leaves emerge. Heart shaped medium green leaves. Fruits are long, brown bean pods. 2 gallon
Cercis canadensis (Redbud) P-099 $25.00




Cornus sericea (Redosier Dogwood)

Native shrub. Full sun - part shade. Ht. 8-10' Greenish white flowers clusters in spring. Moist to wet soil. Loose, spreading, multi-stemmed shrub. Whitish berries attract birds in the summer. Good fall color followed by attractive red stems in winter. Good rain garden plant.  3 gallon
Cornus sericea (Redosier Dogwood) P-101 $37.00




Hypericum kalmianum 'Gemo'
(Kalm's St. John's Wort)

Cultivar of native shrub. Full sun - part shade. Ht. 2-3' Yellow flowers in mid-late summer. Dry to moist soil. Tightly branched shrub with narrow leaves.  Exfoliating bark for winter interest.  Attracts pollinators. 3 gallon
Hypericum kalmianum 'Gemo' (Kalm's St. John's Wort) P-102 $37.00




Itea virginica (Virgina Sweetspire)

Native shrub to eastern US. Ht. 3-5' White flowers in summer. Moist to wet soil. Fragrant flower spikes apper in late June. Plant has erect stems that form a mounded plant. Fall color is scarlet and crimson in sun or yellow in shade. Good nautralization plant for moist or wet areas of the garden. 3 gallon
Itea virginica (Virgina Sweetspire) P-096 $39.00




Lindera benzoin (Spicebush)

Native shrub. Ht. 6-8' yellow flowers spring; moist, well drained soil. An attractive native shrub with yellow flowers in late April followed in fall by glossy red fruit. Foliage and twigs have spicy fragrance when crushed or broken. Good for border or naturalizing. Deer tolerant.  3 gallon  
Lindera benzoin (Spicebush) P-039 $40.00




Lonicera sempervirens 'Major Wheeler' (Honeysuckle)

Cultivar of native vine. Full sun - part shade. Ht. 3-8' Red-orange flowers in late spring thru summer. Moist, well drained soil. This is a profusely blooming native honeysuckle. It is a twining vine and needs small to medium width support to climb. The crisp green foliage is resistant to mildew. Tolerant of drought and dry soils once established, but either may reduce flower production and...
Lonicera sempervirens 'Major Wheeler' (Honeysuckle) P-103 $37.00




Myrica pensylvanica
(Northern Bayberry)

Native shrub. Ht. 5-12’ yellow-green inconspicuous flowers in summer-fall; moist, well drained  soil. Glossy dark green, aromatic, semi-evergreen foliage. Decorative grey berries remain on plant well into winter. Salt tolerant. Attracts birds and butterflies. Larval host for Columbia silkmoth. 2013 LEAP Native Shrub of the Year. 3 gallon
Myrica pensylvanica (Northern Bayberry) P-033 $44.00