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Abelia mosanensis

Abelia mosanensis

Hardy Abelia

Rounded habit with loose, upright, arching stems Pink buds open to fragrant pinkish-white tubular flowers Glossy green leaves turn orange-red in the fall...

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Abies alba Green Spiral

Abies alba Green Spiral

Green Spiral Silver Fir

Narrowly upright with twisting branches spiraling outward and down Glossy needles are dark green with silvery undersides Use as a great focal point plant to showcase its unusual growth habit Seedless (coneless) cultivar propagated by scion...

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Abies alba Pendula

Abies alba Pendula

Weeping European Silver Fir

Upright and narrow with irregular, pendulous branches Soft green needles with silver banded undersides An excellent alternative for a weeping specimen...

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Abies alba Pyramidalis

Abies alba Pyramidalis

Pyramidal European Silver Fir

Grows in a tight pyramidal shape, opening with age Needles are dark green with a silver stripe on the reverse Purple cones grow upright and disintegrate while still on the plant Can be 'candled' to maintain shape...

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Abies balsamea

Abies balsamea

Balsam Fir

Grows in a pyramidal, open habit Needles are emerald-green One of the most aromatic of all firs Purple cones grow upright and disintegrate while still on the plant May benefit from light pruning and shaping when young to develop into a specimen p...

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Abies concolor

Abies concolor

White Fir

A large, conical specimen with a stately appearance Large, silvery-blue, blunt needles Purple cones grow upright and disintegrate while still on the plant Cones appear on younger branches of older specimens Use as a stand-alone specimen or in set...

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Abies concolor Candicans

Abies concolor Candicans

Candicans White Fir

A large, conical specimen with a stately appearance Large, bright silvery-blue, blunt needles Cones are 20-25 cm in length and green with a purplish hue Cones appear on younger branches of older specimens Purple cones grow upright and disintegrat...

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Abies concolor Gable's Weeping

Abies concolor Gable's Weeping

Gable's Weeping White Fir

A weeping selection with a natural windswept look Young plants require staking to achieve desired height Foliage is gray-green on mustard-coloured stems Slow-growing...

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Abies concolor Select

Abies concolor Select

Select White Fir

A large, conical specimen with a stately appearance Bright silvery-blue, blunt needles Purplish-green cones are held upright and disintegrate while still on the plant Use as stand-alone specimen...

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Abies fraseri

Abies fraseri

Fraser Fir

Slender specimen with an overall pyramidal shape Horizontal branch structure with glossy, dark green needles Underside of the needle displays two silver bands Purple cones grow upright and disintegrate while still on the plant Lends itself to bot...

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Abies koreana Aurea

Abies koreana Aurea

Golden Korean Fir

Upright and conical in shape New growth is golden, fading to green throughout the season In the spring, the upright purple cones highlight the new growth The golden hue provides visual appeal...

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Acanthopanax sieboldianus

Acanthopanax sieboldianus

Fiveleaf Aralia

Reclassified as Eleutherococcus sieboldianus Clusters of greenish-white flowers are insignificant Rapid growing with compound, dark green toothed leaves Each leaf contains five to seven leaflets Fertilized flowers will produce small black berries...

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Acanthopanax sieboldianus Variegatus

Acanthopanax sieboldianus Variegatus

Variegated Aralia

Reclassified as Eleutherococcus sieboldianus 'Variegata' Glossy green leaves with irregular creamy margins are prickly on the undersides Clusters of greenish-white flowers are insignificant Flowers will produce small black berries Upright thorny ...

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Acer circinatum

Acer circinatum

Vine Maple

Dense, rounded to vase-shaped form with irregular branching White flowers emerge before the leaves Red two-winged samaras turn brown before dropping in the summer Nearly round leaves have seven to nine triangular lobes Bright green foliage turns ...

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Acer ginnala Flame

Acer ginnala Flame

Flame Maple

AKA Acer tataricum subsp. ginnala 'Flame' Naturally a large shrub, it can be trained into a tree form Fragrant yellowish flowers appear just before the leaves Seeds emerge red, maturing to brown Glossy dark green leaves change to fiery-red in the...

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Acer japonicum Aconitifolium

Acer japonicum Aconitifolium

Fern Leaf Japanese Maple

An excellent plant for the garden, providing an upright mounding form Very distinctive leaves (much larger than other Japanese maples) turn brilliant red in the fall Small reddish-purple flowers appear before the leaves Red seed-bearing samaras ap...

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Acer japonicum Ed Wood #2

Acer japonicum Ed Wood #2

Ed Wood Fern Leaf Maple

Green leaves are much larger than other Japanese maples, and turn brilliant red in the fall Small reddish-purple flowers appear before the leaves Red seed-bearing samaras appear in the summer to early fall, contrasting with the leaves Broad uprigh...

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Acer japonicum Vitifolium

Acer japonicum Vitifolium

Vine-leafed Fern Leaf Maple

Purplish-red flowers appear before the leaves Fruit emerges green and ripens red in summer, providing contrast among the huge leaves Grape-leaf shaped light green leaves "resemble a full moon" Yellow orange and red fall colours Bloom Time: Spring...

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Acer miyabei Morton

Acer miyabei Morton

State Street® Maple

Oval to rounded growth habit Medium green five-lobed leaves turn yellow in the fall Clusters of greenish-yellow flowers are followed by abundant samaras A dense-leaved tree providing great shade...

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Acer nigrum

Acer nigrum

Black Maple

A subspecies of Sugar maple, better adapted to hot, dry conditions Leaves have a rougher texture than the sugar maple, with its lobes typically drooping downward Light green summer foliage turns bright yellow in the fall, at times orange to red...

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Acer nigrum Green Column

Acer nigrum Green Column

Green Column Maple

AKA Acer saccharum subsp. nigrum 'Green Column' Greenish-yellow flower clusters A selection of black maple with an upright oval form Very similar to the sugar maple but better adapted to hot, dry conditions Light green summer foliage turns golden...

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Acer palmatum

Acer palmatum

Japanese Maple

Planted for their graceful habit Green leaves in the summer turn to orange purple and red in the fall Broad to rounded, often low branching Small reddish-purple blooms are followed by red samaras Bloom Time: April...

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Acer palmatum Atrolineare

Acer palmatum Atrolineare

Ribbon-leaf Japanese Maple

Upright vase-shaped growth habit Unique narrow leaves emerge bright red in spring Foliage fades to bronzy-red and green in summer, turning brilliant orange and red tones in fall...

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