Natively forms large colonies. _White Fir (Abies concolor) Evergreen. Viburnum l. 'Aureus'                     Golden Viburnum Lantana Glossy light green leaves and large 4-6" round orange-like fruits in fall. 2.5” pot 3.00 June risk. 1. 2021 ease. Zone 3. It oftentimes is a weed tree in rough or … Zone 2. Diervilla sessilifolia E USA                      Southern Prunus pennsylvanica Native                         Pin _Cryptomeria (Cryptomeria japonica) Rhododendron yedoense poukhanense                    Korean Azalea Climbing vine with showy orange capsules with red berries inside, borne at the end of its shoots. 3.                                    Viburnum prunifolium 'Summer Charm' Winter texture very fine with smooth gray bark even in great age. _Hybrid Poplar - Prairie Sky (Populus x canadensis "Prairie Sky") Evergreen arching groundcover to 24” tall, terminal racemes of white flowers followed by tan capsules. 2.25" pot 3.00 Ready in June Very dense growing White Spruce. Bright red fruit along the branches in June. Siebold Viburnum 1 in 2 years here. Tolerates very poor sandy soils. Bark orange brown. Native Snowberry 6-12" 4.00      2.5” pot 4.00 June Zone 3. Fontanesia fortunei 'Titan'                     Titan Fontanesia Deep green foliage which turns purple and yellow tones in fall. Illinois seed. _Wild Cherry (Prunus americana) Long, .5" diameter beans add a tan accent all winter, clusters Zone 2. Wisteria macrostachya E USA                          Kentucky _Lacebark (Chinese) Elm (Ulmus parvifolia), _Green Ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica) Deutzia x lemoinei                           Lemoine Pots 5.00 Ready in fall 2020 12-18" 4.00 sold out Aesculus octandra E USA                   Yellow Buckeye Flowers pure white when in full bloom. _Colorado Blue Spruce (Picea pungens) Zone 5  2.25" pot 4.00 underside. _Thornless Blackberry (Rubus sp.) Selection for upright barrel shape and lustrous deep green leaf. _Saucer Magnolia (Magnolia soulangiana) Low spreader with deep green summer color and purple blue winter color. _Forsythia - Lynnwood Gold (Forsythia intermedia "Lynnwood") Large shrub, dry woodlands. Magnolia 10-20'. Zone RC  5.00   pots  6.00 Next crop for Fall 2020, Taxus cuspidata 'Tauntoni'                     Taunton Japanese Yew, A very hardy spreading Japanese Yew, growing to 5' naturally. Tall multi stem shrub found throughout Wisconsin. _Golden Willow (Salix alba "Vitellina") Viburnum sargentii  'Flava'                         Yellow Fruit Zone 3. Hypericum frondosum E USA                    Golden St. Johnswort _Kousa Dogwood (Cornus kousa "chinensis") Zone 4. 2021 2.25" pot  4.00 Fairly dense shrub with a mix of medium green and deep green leaves. A more vigorous colony former here Taller cultivar, 7', with flowers of white, pink, and red upon the same shrub.  Manchurian Viburnum Common colonial raspberry along roads and in clear-cut of Wisconsin, red fruit. 2.25" pot  4.00 A shrubby species with the ability to form colonies. Quite fine textured. Slightly larger growing and the flowers are a soft pink. _Boxelder (Acer negundo) Smaller extremely drought tolerant shrub, blooms in zone 5 in the fall with small yellow flowers. Selected by nurseryman Herbert Trautman after a brutal winter that damaged most American Arborvitae. An upright tree with good flower show and persistent orange fruit in cluster. Gray to red twigs in winter, red flowers in early spring before the leaves, red fruit while developing, brilliant yellow-orange-red-maroon fall color. 4-5'. Magnolia 2.25” pot 3.00 June 2020 May shipment. Rhododendron schlippenbachii                           Royal Jetbead Zone 4. 6-12"   4.00 Zone 5    Pots 5.00 Ready in June, Hypericum densiflorum E USA              Dense St. Johnswort 3-6" 2.00      12-18” 5.00 Zone 3                        Next crop for More open habit in youth, less 6.00, Myrica cerifera   SE USA               Wax Myrtle, Taller growing southern species that is often used as a screening border shrub. Physocarpus opulifolius Native                       Zone 3. pots 4.50 Next crop for fall 2020 Large stately tree with fine deep green foliage and rich yellow fall color quite late. Colorful June Betula alleghaniensis Native                   Yellow Birch This is why it goes by the common name of Red Elm, along with other … Fire red fall color. _Trumpet Vine (Campsis radicans) _Pin Oak (Quercus palustris) 8'. Ulmus rubra, commonly called slippery elm, is a medium sized, coarse-textured, somewhat weedy, deciduous tree that typically grows to 40-60’ (less frequently to 100’) tall with a vase-shaped to broad-rounded crown.It is distinguished by its downy twigs, red-hairy buds (particularly noticable in winter) and slimy red inner bark (rubra … Green new leaves and bit more vigorous. Rating Content; Positive: On Aug 5, 2015, Rickwebb from Downingtown, PA wrote: Slippery Elm is still common in various spots around the Midwest and East US. Bark a green yellow when young. Grows well on most soils in sun or light shade. Corylus americana Rockspray Cotoneaster Quercus prinoides E USA                           Shrub Inland Tea Upright pyramidal tree with highly scented foliage, yellowish twigs, and 2-3" fragrant pure white flowers before the leaves. Soil may be made acidic by application of ferrous sulfate monohydrate or sulfur powder. Native                                       a good yellow fall color if not frosted. Sorbus decora Native                          Showy Sophora Creamy white flowers, clusters of blue black fruit. _Black Oak (Quercus velutina) _Hedge Maple (Acer campestre) Celastrus scandens Native                           American Does fine in upland soil. Vigorous vine, lustrous green foliage, male plants have white/pink overpainting, edible yellow fruit. Fast growing tall tree with typical evergreen shape. Clematis virginiana Native                   Virgin's Bower Yellowbud Hickory Crataegus macrosperma Native                            6-12" 4.00 Ready in June 2020 Flaky plates on the bark add winter character. Small pink flowers followed by bright red berries into early winter. Rhododendron atlanticum E USA Dwarf Azalea The nuts are in larger clusters ********CATALOG SYMBOLS KEY******** japonica                                  Flat growing species with very regular herringbone branch pattern. Tiny pink bell flowers in the spring, white puffy fruit in the late summer and early fall. Branched thorns to 8" long on the trunk   .Zone 4      plugs     5.00, Gleditsia triacanthos inermis E USA        Thornless Honey Locust, Large trees with double compound leaves and tiny leaflets; overall these cast a light shade under the canopy.  Black Oak USA                                    resistant to rot. 12-18" 5.00 10-12' tall Zone 5. pots 4.00 Livestake .75    2.25” pot 3.50 Requires moist acid soil to do well. Creamy white flowers and clean white fruit clusters. Zone 4 6-8"   pots 3.00        Separated Female and Male pots   4.00 Zone 4. jam. Elms are hardy and resistant to … Thuja occidentalis 'Holmstrup' 6-8' shrub with rich heavy green foliage and covered with clear yellow flowers even after -35F Upright habit and purple fall color. 2.25” pot 3.00 _Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis) Green legume foliage and spikes of purple flowers in summer. Zone 4. Small white bell flowers along the underside of its twigs. Yellow fall color. Large black fruit best used in pies and not for fresh eating. Sugarberry We are working with selection for powdery mildew resistance. Fragrant white to pink flowers in early May here. Slippery elm (Ulmus rubra), identified by its "slippery" inner bark, is commonly a medium-sized tree of moderately fast growth that may live to be 200 years old. _Eastern Red Cedar (Juniperus virginiana) Round headed medium height tree with compound leaves and white flowers in mid-summer. Appearance much like a Hemlock from a distance Quite graceful and deep green all year. Zone 4. September display of small red fruit covering the branches. "Flame") Zone 4. SWC    4.00 Next crop for June 2020 6-12” SWC 3.00 6-12" 3.00 Zone 3. pots   4.00, Ilex vert. _Harlequin Glory Bower (Clerodendrum trichotumum) Vaccinium macrocarpon Native                         Large _Muscadine Grape (Vitis labrusca) 3. Nice red fall color and the red hips stay bright red most of the winter. 'Cardinal'                                             2.25" pot 4.00 June and white to 8" diameter. Zone 3. Leucothoe racemosa E USA 2.25" pot 4.00 Amelanchier laevis Hickory  Ginkgo _Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) 2.25" pot 4.00 cultivar. Many decorative streelights are bungei                                 _Spicebush (Benzoin lindera) Ribes americanum Native                           American Taller growing colonial shrub with velvet-like fuzz on new growth. in june Maclura pomifera SC USA                     Osage-orange Fall coloryellow or red. Acer rubrum Populus tremuloides Aristolochia tomentosa C USA                  Wooly Pipevine Zone 5   6-12"   Grows from 3-6' tall in colonies. Irregular slow pyramid, eventually to 12', with very dense growth, bronze in winter. Grows to its finest on rich upland soils. followed by enormous flat clusters of BB-sized orange red berries.  Katsura-tree Bright red fall color,6' Plugs 3.00 6-12” 4.00 6-12” 4.00 _Silk Tree (Albizza julibrissin) 12-18"   4.00 Crataegus mollis Zone 3. 6-12” 4.00 Acer 3-4' high and 10-20' wide. 18” 5.00 SWC 3.00 18" 4.00 Not for Alkaline soil. Maple 12-18" 3.00 June Parthenocissus tricuspidata                      Boston Ivy Rosa woodsii Native/ W USA Wood's Rose Tall Red Oak type with deeply cut leaves and scarlet fall color. Lonicera hirsuta Native                   Hairy Golden Honeysuckle From TreeHelp.com, you can buy Ulmus rubra: Slippery Elm Seeds online in the USA at best prices, 30-day returns and free shipping over $100. Dense Lilac to 5' with loads of pale purple flowers, purplish fall color. Zone 3. A deep south version of R. viscosum found along streams with fragrant white flowers. _Carolina Ash (Fraxinus caroliniana) Zone 4. Thuja occidentalis 'Wareana Lutescens' In our gardens and cities, the Elms planted are from three groups – American, Asian and European. Zone 5           Zone 4 6-12” 4.00 Ready in June The type of soil determines not only how much nutrients and water the elm tree has access to, but also how efficiently the elm tree … _Carolina Silverbell (Halesia tetraptera) USA                                     Native                               Quaking _Yellow-Twig Dogwood (Cornus sericea "flaviramea") Dirca palustris Native                      Leatherwood Maroon fall color. An upland sand species growing to 8' as an understory shrub in Oak/Pine barren sites. _Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum) Midnight blue fruit in late summer. Excel Lilac, Light pink lavender single flowers in large panicles, excellent fragrance. Payment- We request 50% deposit at the time of ordering, remainder will be billed after shipping and will include shipping charges. This was one of two species of tree Aesculus to hold leaf through our severe droughts of flowers after the leaves have grown. SWC 3.00 12" 3.50 12-18" 4.00 Somewhat finer textured species with clusters of pencil-sized pods. sticks. Do check these other sites and explore the world of trees! Cherry light shade. Carya laciniosa E USA                          Shellbark SWC 3.00    6-12" _Quaking Aspen (Populus tremulodies) Small tan capsules at the end of the twigs in the winter. Carpinus caroliniana Native                      American Hornbeam Elderberry Zone 2      12-18"    5.00, Pinus banksiana Native              Jack Pine, Fast growing Pine mainly used for lumber production. Large acorns in a decoration fringed cap. Bilberry Glossy narrow evergreen leaves with old Pine barrens species much like Prairie Willow, but growing larger. Fast growing deciduous conifer, green-blue summer foliage, golden fall color. Slippery elm bark is the dried, powdered inner bark of the Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra), a medium-sized tree … Viburnum dentatum E USA                        Arrowwood Azalea 30'. A smaller species than A. fruticosa with plants reaching 3' tall. _Hybrid Poplar - Norway Poplar (Populus x "Norway") _Okame Cherry (Prunus x "Okame") Nice full growth with white flowers and glossy black fruit. _American Cranberry (Viburnum trilobum) Acer pensylvanicum E USA                           Sumac Willow. Zone 4          2 year 3.50 Eastern White Pine Zone 4           Plugs  4.00 _Mondell Pine (Pinus eldarica "Mondell") 6'. _Newport Flowering Plum (Prunus cerasifera "Newport") USA                                Piedmont Willow _Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringa reticulata) Flowers pink to white as the leaves expand. Orange red fall color., 10-20'. Small shrub to 4' found in acid woods. Syringa 'Miss Canada' Medium height vase-shaped form with fine textured branching. Cockspur Hawthorn Yellow fall color. Zone 3. A natural occuring hybrid between Bur and White Oak with characteristics variable between the two. Coarse compound leaves, coarse canes, large flat clusters of creamy white flowers in June. Description. Latin: Ulmus americana. 10-15'. Evergreen shrub with small leaf and bright purple flowers. 10-12". Witchhazel Lonicera prolificum Low growing evergreen blackberry when under snow, generally sandy acid soils, small black fruit, wine purple winter color. Medium sized tree from the White Oak group that does well on poor sandy soil. Zone 2. 6-10'. Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Native                           Magnolia tripetala E USA                         Umbrella Zone 3. _Bradford Flowering Pear (Pyrus calleryana "Bradford") Fine textured Holly-like shrub with blue green leaves growing to 10'. Dense habit and not very aggressive. Vine Ilex verticillata Native                    Winterberry Holly The lowest growing of our species, forming large colonies in open sun. _Whitespire Birch (Betula spp.) To 6'. 6-12" 3.00 18” 4.00 Zone 4. Zone 4. Found on dry prairie and Jack Pine savanna. _American Basswood (Linden) (Tilia americana) A low evergreen bog shrub. Smaller growing white to cream barked birch. Similar to V. angustifolium, usually in some shade. ussuriensis                                  Bloom attracts honeybees as such a late season bloomer. 6-12” 4.00 Allspice Reeseville Ridge Nursery _Chestnut Oak (Quercus prinus) 6-12" 3.00 12-18” 4.00 RC 4.00 Fall, A dense bright green conical shape evergreen with great winter wind hardiness. Blue Ash 2-2 2 years in propagation bed, 2 years as a transplant 6-12" 4.00 12-18” 5.00 Pine Aggressive fine textured Willow forming large colonies which decrease in age and height from the colony center. Grow to its best on wet to moist rich soils in full sun. Flowers rose-purple. 12'. Painted Maple Quercus ilicifolia E Zone 5 12" 6.00, Acer The American Elm (Ulmus … Lustrous deep green leaves with beautiful yellow-orange-red fall color. Bright red cherry-sized fruit in late summer which are edible and make a fine Hickory Flowers white with pink anthers. Magnolia 3. Zone 4 pots  5.00 Ready in June 2020 18"   4.00 _Shellbark Hickory (Carya laciniosa) Slower growing bright green and dense pyramid. Zone 3. Forsythia 'New Hampshire Gold' _ Honeysuckle - Halls (Lonicera japonica "Halliana"), _Blue Elderberry (Sambucus canadensis) Shadblow Gleditsia tricanthos                 Honey Locust, These are the more common very thorny wild form. 6"  3.00   12-18" 5.00, Quercus x bebbiana   Native                           Bebb's Oak Tall growing vine with compound leaves and purple blue flowers at the cane terminals after the leaves are out. Last day to order plants for fall delivery is Nov 22, 2020. Azalea Zone 2. Rhododendron mucronulatum                         Korean Spring blooming Witchhazel, yellow flowered well before the leaves in very early spring. _Thundercloud Flowering Plum (Prunus cerasifera "thundercloud") becoming deep green. Gaultheria hispidula Native                   Creeping Snowberry 6-12” 4.00 Lilac 3.50              _Water Oak (Quercus nigra) Zone 3. pots    3.50 Quite similar to the more common American Elm (Ulmus … Native                               Mapleleaf Red new bark in winter. _Purple Osier Willow (Salix purpurea "Streamco") Salix alba chermesina                             6-12"   4.00 2.5" pots  4.00 April Best in Bark is flaky on old plants. Some seedlings will USA                                         Has very large leaves which turn butter yellow in fall. _Yellow Birch (Betula alleghaniensis) Zone 5-6 2.25” pot 4,00 June 2020 Allegheny Serviceberry Pink to white flowers in March to May by zone location. Zone 4 18” 4.00 Syringa r. 'Ivory Silk' Viburnum dentatum pubescens                       Downy Arrowwood Halesia monticola E USA                         Mountain Zone 3. Fleshy Hawthorn _Paulownia - Royal Empress (Paulownia tomentosa) Compound leaves with tiny leaflets, single seeded tan pods in the winter. Vining to 15'. _Sweetbay Magnolia (Magnolia virginiana) Zone 4 plug 4.00 Zone 4. 10'. Wonderful oval form in age and beautiful yellow-orange-red fall color. Zone 3. Viburnum opulus European                  Cranberry Viburnum SWC 4.00 Fine textured medium sized tree with ash-like leaves and creamy white flowers in large clusters in early summer. Native                                Fall color rusty to good red. 6-12" 3.00 12-18" 4. Prunus pumila susquehana Native                     Dwarf Sandcherry Tolerant of most soils. Zone 3. Our native version of this high climbing vine, our selection with vivid red fall color.