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New Specialty Varieties Hanna’s Heart™ Upright, compact form of Katsura with darker green, heart shaped leaves throughout the year.Yellow fall color. Improved winter hardiness compared to standard Katsura.Tends to hold leaves later into Autumn. 10’ spread. 25’ height. See page 21 for pricing.

Frost Peach Still the best leaf curl resistant peach tree available. Medium to large fruit, yellow flesh, freestone, good quality and producer. Self-fertile, Mid-August. See page 12 for pricing.

Gisela Fruit and flowering tree varieties are available. Great ½ size fruit production tree. Heavy bloomers.

See pages 11 and 16 for pricing.

© Kamriell Welty

We have a great selection of shrubs. Look for PW logo.

The Biringer Family – Joe Jr., Mary Ann, Joe Sr., and Missy


To the Trade PRICES: F.O.B. Mount Vernon, Washington. Prices herein are for the TRADE only and cancel all previous prices offered by us. Prices are based on present market conditions and are subject to change without notice. ORDERS: Orders are booked subject to crop conditions or errors in count, and with the understanding that the same shall be void should injury befall stock from causes beyond our control. No orders of less than 5 of a variety will be accepted. Minimum number of trees per order for delivery is 200. TERMS: Net 30 days from date of receipt of nursery stock for those whose responsibility is known to us. Past due accounts are subject to a service charge of 1.5% per month. Service charge effective 30 days from invoice date. DISCOUNTS: $5,000 - $10,000 5% Discount $10,000 & up 10% Discount NSF: All return checks subject to $25.00 service charge. CANCELLATIONS: There will be no cancellations accepted after December 1st. Any changes to your order must be made in writing. Orders cancelled in whole or in part after preparation for shipment are subject to a 25% cancellation fee. SUBSTITUTIONS: If Biringer Nursery L.P. is unable to furnish the size or grade of a plant material ordered by the buyer, Biringer Nursery L.P. reserves the right to supply the closest available size or grade. W.S.F.T.C. TAX: RSW 15.13.310, 1% assessment on fruit and fruit related trees produced in Washington. RECEIVING & ACCEPTANCE: Nursery stock is perishable. All shipment should be immediately and carefully unpacked and inspected on arrival and then placed in proper storage. Any problems with the condition or quality or quantity of goods received should be brought to our attention immediately. CLAIMS: We guarantee all nursery stock to be in good condition when shipped. Any unsatisfactory stock must be reported immediately and held for advice as to disposition. We do not guarantee plants to live after accepted in good condition and will at no time be responsible for more than the purchase price. All claims must be made within five (5) days of receipt of stock. GUARANTEE: We give no warranty, express or implied, as to variety or productiveness of any nursery stock or plants we sell. Should any prove untrue to name as labeled, it is mutually agreed that our total liability, upon satisfactory proof, shall be limited to our replacing free or refunding the purchase price. We accept all orders subject to crop conditions, errors in counts and with the understanding that the same shall be void should injury befall the stock because of hail, fire, frost or other cause beyond our control. We reserve the right to ship one grade size substitute. PICTURE TAGS: We provide picture tags with your tree order. Most varieties are available. CERTIFICATION: Fruit trees, most flowering and shade trees are virus certified for shipments into Canada.

Look for plants with the Proven Winners® logo.

Wholesale growers of Fruit, Flowering, Shade Trees, and Deciduous Shrubs

P.O. Box 2809, Mount Vernon, WA, 98273 • (360) 848-5151 • FAX (360) 848-5959 www.BiringerNursery.com • biringernursery@msn.com

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Patented Trees & Shrubs Acer, Armstrong . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.75 Acer, Autumn Blaze . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00 Acer, Autumn Fantasy . . . . . . . . . $0.75 Acer, Autumn Flame . . . . . . . . . . $0.55 Acer, Autumn Spire . . . . . . . . . . . $0.80 Acer, Brandy Wine . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.50 Acer, Burgandy Belle . . . . . . . . . . $0.90 Acer, Conquest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.75 Acer, Fairview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.55 Acer, Green Mountain . . . . . . . . . $0.50 Acer, Karpick. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.50 Acer, Legacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.90 Acer, Norwegian Sunset. . . . . . . . $1.00 Acer, October Glory . . . . . . . . . . . $0.50 Acer, Pacific Sunset . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00 Acer, Red Sunset. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.65 Amelanchier, Autumn Brilliance. . $0.75 Betula, Dura Heat. . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.75 Betula, Heritage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.75 Cercidiphyllum, Hannas Heart. . . $1.00 Cornus, Arctic Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.60 Cornus, Arctic Sun . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.60 Cornus, Ivory Halo . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.30 Euonymus, Blondy . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.75 Euonymus, Fire Ball. . . . . . . . . . . $0.45 Forsythia, Gold Tide. . . . . . . . . . . $0.35 Fraxinus, Autumn Applause . . . . $0.70

Fraxinus, Autumn Purple . . . . . . $0.50 Hybiscus, Blue Chiffon . . . . . . . . $0.75 Hybiscus, Lavander Chiffon . . . . $0.75 Hybiscus, White Chiffon . . . . . . . $0.75 Hydrangea, Incredible . . . . . . . . $1.05 Hydrangea, Limelight . . . . . . . . . $0.70 Hydrangea, Pink Shira. . . . . . . . . $0.60 Hydrangea, Pinky Winky. . . . . . . $0.70 Hydrangea, Quick Fire . . . . . . . . . $0.70 Malus, Adirondack . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.75 Malus, Beni Shogun Fuji . . . . . . . $1.00 Malus, Candied Apple . . . . . . . . . $0.50 Malus, Enterprise . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.70 Malus, Golden Rain Drop . . . . . . $0.75 Malus, Golden Sentinel . . . . . . . . $1.50 Malus, Honeycrisp (Canada only). . . $1.35 Malus, Marilee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00 Malus, North Pole. . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.50 Malus, Pink Lady . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00 Malus, Scarlet Sentinel . . . . . . . . $1.50 Malus, Snowsweet . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00 Malus, Sugar Thyme . . . . . . . . . . $0.85 Malus, Zestar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00 Physocarpus, Coppertina . . . . . . $0.80 Physocarpus, Summer Wine. . . . $0.80 Prunus, Crimson Pointe . . . . . . . $0.75 Prunus, Frost Peach . . . . . . . . . . . $0.75

Prunus, Gisela® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.75 Prunus, Glacier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.50 Prunus, Puget Gold . . . . . . . . . . . $0.50 Prunus, Royal Burgandy . . . . . . . $0.85 Prunus, Snow Fountain . . . . . . . . $0.75 Prunus, Sweetheart . . . . . . . . . . . $0.75 Pyrus, Aristocrat . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.35 Pyrus, Maxie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.00 Pyrus, P-109 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.00 Pyrus, Red Spire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.50 Quercus, Green Pilar . . . . . . . . . . $0.90 Sorbus, Cardinal Royal . . . . . . . . $0.75 Sorbus, Red Cascade . . . . . . . . . . $1.00 Spirea, Magic Carpet . . . . . . . . . . $0.35 Spirea, Pink Parasols . . . . . . . . . . $0.35 Syringa, Bloomerang . . . . . . . . . . $1.15 Tilia, Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.35 Tilia, Corinthian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.85 Tilia, Greenspire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.50 Ulmus, Accolade. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.60 Ulmus, Frontier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.60 Ulmus, Triumph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.50 Viburnum, Autumn Jazz . . . . . . . $0.25 Viburnum, Blue Muffin . . . . . . . . $0.60 Weigela, Fine Wine. . . . . . . . . . . . $0.70 Weigela, Midnight Wine . . . . . . . $0.70 Weigela, Wine & Roses . . . . . . . . $0.70

Rootstock Info List FRUIT TREES Apples Semi-Dwarf Dwarf Mini-Dwarf

STOCK M-106 M-26 M-27

HEIGHT 14'-18' 12'-15' 6'-9'

15'-18' 12'-15'

* Height listing may vary according to variety

COMBINATIONS & ESPALIERED TREES

Pears Semi-Dwarf Dwarf

OHXF 333 Province Quince

14'-18' 12'-16'

Semi-Dwarf Dwarf

Mazzard F 12-1 Gisela 5

22'-28' 12'-15'

Cherries

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Apricot, Nectarines, Peaches & Plums Semi-Dwarf Marianna 2624 Dwarf St. Julien A

Apples Semi-Dwarf Pears Dwarf Cherries Semi-Dwarf Dwarf Cherries Plums & Fruit Cocktail

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STOCK M-106 Province Quince Mazzard F 12-1 Gisela 5 Krymsk 1


SHRUBS & BUSHES ACER GINNALA Amur Maple

3-4’

4-5’

5-6’

6-8’

10.50

12.00

13.00

14.00

2-3’

3-4'

4-5'

Small and upright, with dense branching. Large, dark green leaves. 15-20 ft.

AMELANCHIER

12-18” 18-24”

Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry P.P. 5717

5.00

6.50

7.50

9.00

10.50

Rainbow Pillar (Glenn Form)

5.00

6.50

7.50

9.00

10.50

Fast growing, heavily branched. Reaches mature size early. Clusters of white flowers.Brilliant red fall color. Resistant to leaf spot. Edible fruit. 20’ x 10’. Upright serviceberry, abundant white flowers, good for hedges, mildew resistant. Green summer foliage, changing to many colors before turning red at leaf drop.

BETULA

3-4’

4-5’

5-6’

6-8’

Jacqumonti (Clump form)

14.00

15.00

17.00

18.50

BLUEBERRIES (VACCINIUM)

12-18” 18-30”

2-3’

3-4’

Whitest of all Birches. Shiny green leaves with golden fall color.

Blue Crop

5.50

6.00

5.50

6.00

Duke

5.50

6.00

Jersey

5.50

6.00

Patriot

5.50

6.00

Pink Lemonade

5.50

6.00

8-10' 20.00

Mid season, upright, very productive, large light blue fruit. Zone 4. 4’ x 4’.

Blue Jay Early to mid-season. Medium to large fruit. Pleasant mild flavor. Zone 4. 5’ x 7’. Blooms late, ripens early, commercially heavy producer. Zone 4. 4’ x 6’. Mid to late season. Sweet, light blue fruit. Consistent producer. Zone 4. 5’ x 7’. Huge sweet fruit, berries. Seems to be phytophthora resistant. Zone 4. 4’ x 5’. The first pink blueberry! Self-pollinating. Fruit ripens mid-late season.

HONEYBERRY

12-18” 18-24”

Borealis

Excellent for fresh eating or jams and jellies. Mid bloom. 4-5’ height.

Tundra

Firm enough for commercial harvesting. Early-mid blooming. 5-6’ height.

CERCIDIPHYLLUM JAPONICUM

3-4’

4-5’

5-6’

6-8’

Katsura Multi-stem

14.00

15.00

17.00

19.00

CORNUS – DOGWOOD

12-18” 18-24”

2-3’

3-4’

4-5’

8.25

9.00

Heart shaped blue-green leaves. Yellow-orange fall color. Slow grower.

Artic Fire A compact version of Baileyi, red stemmed dogwood. 4 ft.

5.50

6.25

7.50

Artic Sun Brightly colored dogwood. Rich yellow stems, tipped with red.

5.75

6.50

7.75

Hedge Row Gold

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

8.25

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

8.25

5.50

6.00

6.50

Mid-Winter Flame

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Red Twig (Baileyi)

4.00

4.25

4.75

5.50

6.25

Varigated Red Twig (Elegantissima)

4.50

5.00

5.75

6.25

6.75

4.00

4.25

4.75

5.50

6.25

2-3’

3-4’

4-5’

Bright green with golden-yellow varigated foliage. Blooms April-May with huge domes of small white flowers. Deep burgundy red stems. Height 7 ft. Ivory Halo® A compact variegated dogwood. Dark red winter twigs. 5-6 ft.

Kelseyi (Dwarf Red Twig) Compact growth habit. White fruits and flowers. Very adaptable. Height 2-3 ft. Brightly colored stems, flickering yellow, orange and red. Mass plantings create a bonfire. Great for flower arrangements. Grows to 8 ft. An excellent red stemmed dogwood, beautiful in the winter. Porcelain blue fruits. Very adaptable. Height range 6-8 ft. Showy green and white leaves on red stems. Height range 6-8 ft.

Yellow Twig

A golden-yellow stemmed dogwood. Excellent winter effects. White flowers and berries. Height 6-8 ft.

CORNUS – KOUSA

12-18” 18-24”

Chinensis Multi-stem Creamy white flowers with pink blush. = Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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EUONYMUS

12-18” 18-24”

Alatus Compacta (Dwarf Burning Bush)

An excellent dwarf shrub with corky winged stems. Green spring and summer foliage. Turns brilliant red in autumn.

6.00

Alatus (Burning Bush)

Showy rounded to horizontal spreading shrub with corky winged stems. Green spring and summer foliage turns brilliant red in autumn. Nice natural form.

Alatus Fireball

Improved selection of “compacta,” tighter branching, less winter damage, outstanding red fall color. 5-7 ft.

FORSYTHIA

6.25

2-3’

6.75

7.75

5.00

6.00

7.00

8.00

12-18” 18-24”

3-4’

7.00

2-3’

3-4’

5.50

6.00

6.50

4.50

5.00

6.00

6.50

6.00

6.50

4.50

5.00

6.00

6.50

Lynwood Gold

4.50

5.00

6.00

6.50

Spring Glory

4.50

5.00

6.00

6.50

18-24”

2-3’

3-4’

Arnolds Dwarf

4.50

4-5’

Small yellow flowers, excellent ground cover. Height 2-3 feet and 6 feet wide.

Beatrix Farrand Vigorous grower, deep golden yellow flowers, 8 ft.

Gold Tide - Dwarf

Low growing and spreading, lemon-yellow flowers, light green foliage. Great for mass plantings or groundcover. 2-3 feet height x 4 footspread.

5.00

Karl Sax Graceful, deep yellow flowers, 4-6 ft. Upright with excellent yellow color. One of the first spring bloomers. Great for cut flowers. Height range 5-7 ft. Large pale flowers, with very heavy blooming habit. Upright with arching form. Height range 6-8 ft.

SHRUBS & BUSHES

HIBISCUS SYRIACUS

12-18” 18-24”

Blue Chiffon

6.00

7.00

8.00

Diana

6.00

7.00

8.00

Lavender Chiffon

6.00

7.00

8.00

Red Heart

6.00

7.00

8.00

White Chiffon

6.00

7.00

8.00

HYDRANGEA

9-12” 12-18”

Exceptionally large single flowers with a lacy center. Fast, strong grower. Large whitesingle flower. Upright form. 8-10’. Exceptionally large single flowers with a lacy center. Fast, strong grower. White flower with a scarlet center. Upright form. 8-10’. Exceptionally large single flowers with a lacy center. Fast, strong grower.

Annabelle

6.00

7.00

7.75

Ayesha

6.00

7.00

7.75

Blue Wave

6.00

7.00

7.75

Domotoi

6.00

7.00

7.75

Forever Blue

6.00

7.00

7.75

Glowing Embers

6.00

7.00

7.75

Incrediball

6.50

7.75

8.25

8.75

Limelight

6.50

7.75

8.25

8.75

Madame Emile Mouillere

6.00

7.00

7.75

Marissi

6.00

7.00

7.75

Nikko Blue

6.00

7.00

7.75

7.00

7.75

6.00

7.00

Large 10" white flower heads. Medium green foliage. Height 4 feet mound shaped. Many uses for these beautiful blooms. Pale pink, lilac shaped flowers. Large flowerhead, rare scented from the “Hortensia” group. Deep blue lace cap, vigorous grower, late blooming. Attractive flower, light mauve, sterile florets, double sepals. Dark green elongated leaves. Hardy hydrangea, blue mophead flowers. Blooms throughout the summer. 3-5 ft. Dark, glossy green leaves with red tint. Large reddish-pink flower clusters. An improved version of Annabelle. Produces full, huge flower heads, which open green then mature to white. Very cold hardy. Large blooms with a unique chartreuse green color. Strong stems, long lasting and great cut & dried flowers. 6-8 ft. Classic white flowers in very large inflorences. A vigorous, hardy plant that grows well in sun or shade. Blue lace cap, flat to rounded flower clusters on upright shrub. Large globe shaped flowers vary in blue color according to soil acidity. Excellent for dried cut flowers. Height range 4-5 ft.

Parzifal

Pink turning to dark blue mophead blooms, medium height, large spread

Pee Gee

Large conical white flowers, turning pinkish-bronze in autumn. Great in arrangements.

4

2-3’

= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

6.00

7.75

4-5’

8.25

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HYDRANGEA – cont’d

9-12” 12-18”

18-24”

2-3’

6.00

7.00

7.75

7.00

7.75

Pink Shira

6.50

7.75

8.25

Pinky Winky

6.50

7.75

8.25

Prezosia

6.00

7.00

7.75

Quick Fire

6.50

7.75

8.25

8.75

Unique

6.00

7.00

7.75

8.25

Varigated Tri-Color

6.00

7.00

7.75

2-3’

3-4’

8.00

9.00

2-3’

3-4’

4-5'

5.00

6.00

7.00

Penny Mac

A hardy hydrangea, blue mophead flowers. Continuous summer blooms. 3-5 ft.

Pia

6.00

Dwarf growing to 30". Pink flowers.

Green turning to red mophead flowers, compact growth, strong stems and reliable long lasting blooms. Grows 3-5 ft. Very hardy. Very large, showy blooms with unique, two toned, pink and white flower heads. Upright growth easy to maintain, 6-8 ft. Beautiful dark green foliage. 3-4’ full sun upright habit, forms a compact round bush. Pinkish-red to violet, foliage light green, red veins. Early blooming. Large white pyramidal shaped flower heads, turning pink with maturity. Grows 6-8 ft. Double white, extremely large flowers, 6-8 ft. Varigated very attractive white to bluish pink lace cap.

ILEX

12-18" 18-24"

Red Sprite

A profusion of bright red berries provide food for birds. A male pollinizer required for berry set.

LIGUSTRUM (PRIVET)

6.00

7.00

12-18" 18-24"

California Privet

PHILADELPHUS - MOCK ORANGE

3.50

4.00

8.75

2-3’

3-4’

4-5’

Minnesota Snowflake

4.00

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.50

Snowbelle

4.00

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.50

Virginalis-philidelphus

4.00

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.50

2-3’

3-4’

4-5'

7.50

8.00

7.50

8.00

2-3’

3-4’

4-5’

Vigorous grower. Double white flowers, very fragrant. Height range 6-8 ft. Fragrant. Double white flowers. Compact form. 4-6’. White, semi-double flowers, very fragrant. Broad arching branches. May-June.

PHYSOCARPUS (NINEBARK)

12-18” 18-24”

12-18" 18-24"

Coppertina

5.25

6.00

6.75

Darts Gold

5.50

6.25

7.00

Summer Wine

5.25

6.00

6.75

PHYTOCARPUS (TREE FORM)

3-4’

4-5'

5-6’

Coppertina

13.00

16.00

19.00

Summer Wine

13.00

16.00

19.00

PRUNUS - FLOWERING PLUM

12-18” 18-24”

Fantastic new hybrid between Darts Gold and Diablo. Purple-leafed with pinkish white button shaped flowers. 6-8 ft. Zone 3. A small upright shrub with white flowers and golden foliage with deeply lobed leaves. Drought tolerant. 4-5 ft. Zone 3. Rich purple foliage, soft pink flowers. A great compact growing ninebark. 4' - 5'.

Fantastic new hybrid between Darts Gold and Diablo. Purple-leafed with pinkish white button shaped flowers. 6-8 ft. Zone 3. Rich purple foliage, soft pink flowers. A great compact growing ninebark. 4' - 5'.

Cistena

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.00

6.50

Prunus Triloba

5.00

5.50

6.00

6.50

7.00

An upright shrub, with reddish- purple foliage. Single light pink, fragrant flowers. Very hardy. Height range 5-7 ft. Double pink flowers, green foliage that turns yellow to bronze in fall. Very hardy. Height 8' - 10'.

RIBES (FLOWERING CURRANT)

2-3’

3-4'

4-5'

King Edwards

6.00

7.00

8.00

8.75

9.25

White Icicle

6.00

7.00

8.00

8.75

9.25

Red crimson flowers, blue/black berries. Blooms April-May, attracts hummingbirds. 5-6 ft. Pendulous, showy white flower make this a very attractive plant. Begins flowering in April. Prefers full sun to partial shade. ZONE 5-7. Height & spread 6-8 ft.

= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

12-18” 18-24”

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4-5’

SHRUBS & BUSHES

Semi-evergreen shrub grows rapidly to 15 feet, has dark green leaves and white, heavy scented flowers. Makes a great hedge.

3-4’

5-6’

5


RIBES (TREE FORM)

3-4'

4-5'

5-6’

13.00

16.00

19.00

SALIX

2-3'

3-4’

4-5’

5-6’

French Pussywillow

4.50

5.00

6.00

7.00

6.00

7.00

8.00

9.00

3-4’

King Edwards

Red crimson flowers, turning to blue/black berries. Blooms April-May, attracts hummingbirds. 5-6 ft.

Early spring silver grey catkins used in flower arrangements. Height 12-15 ft.

Golden Corkscrew

6-8'

Golden spiral twisted branches. Yellow fall color.

SPIRAEA

9-12” 12-18”

18-24”

2-3’

Anthony Waterer

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.00

Darts Red

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.00

Fire Light

4.75

5.25

6.00

Gold Flame

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.00

Little Princess

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.00

Magic Carpet

4.75

5.25

6.00

Neon Flash

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.00

Pink Parasols

5.25

5.75

6.50

7.00

Snowmound

4.75

5.50

6.00

6.50

7.00

Vanhouttei

4.75

5.50

6.00

6.50

7.00

2-3’

3-4’

4-5’

8.00

Attractive rose-pink flowers. Blooms continuously through spring and summer. Reddish-purple color. Compact shrub, height 2-3 ft. Deep carmine red flowers, fading to pink. Does not produce albino shoots. (Similar to Anthony Waterer). 2-3 ft. Deep pink flowers, compact form. Deep orange spring growth, fiery red fall color. Does not revert to green. 2-3 ft. Outstanding golden foliage turning green in summer. Orange fall color. Clusters of pink flowers throughout the summer. Height 2-3 ft.

SHRUBS & BUSHES

Dainty miniature habit, with rose-crimson and white flowers. Growth rate slow, height 2-3 ft. Dwarf shrub, grows up to 2 ft. Red tipped leaves, pink-purple flowers in summer. Deep pinkish-red blooms, foliage reddish purple turning green later in summer, beautiful burgundy fall color. Very dense mounding shape. Grows to 3 ft.

Ground covering, big pink fluffy umbrella-like blooms, blue-green foliage, brilliant fall color. 2-3 ft. Rounded bushy habit. Dense, dark blue-green foliage. Small clusters of white flowers. Height 4' - 5'. Blue-green foliage with graceful, weeping form. Pure white clusters of flowers, profuse bloomer. Height 7 ft.

SYRINGA – LILACS

12-18” 18-24”

Common Purple

5.25

6.00

7.00

Miss Kim

5.50

6.50

7.75

Adeliade Dunbar

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Atheline Wilbur

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Bloomerang

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Charles Joly

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Charm

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Fernand Pegot

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Fiala Remembrance

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Joseé

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Katherine Havemeyer

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Ludwig Spaeth

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Light purple, single flowers. Early blooming. Dwarf, pale purple

4-5’

Double purple Semi-double florets of orchid, rose, and violet blooms to form a symphony of spring color. Excellent. Compact, mounding variety. Reblooming lavendar flowers. Good for cutting Fragrant. Deer resistant. Double red-purple, highly fragrant. Single pink, fragrant Double dark purple. Double creamy white flowers. Single, Lilac pink flowers, re-blooming. Double lavendar pink Single deep purple

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= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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SYRINGA – LILACS – cont’d

2-3’

3-4’

4-5’

Mme. Lemoine

12-18” 18-24” 5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

9.00

Monge

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Montaigne

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Pocohontas

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

President Grevy

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

President Poincare

5.50

6.25

Primrose

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Royal Purple

5.50

6.25

7.75

Sensation

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Wedgewood Blue

5.50

6.25

7.50

8.25

Double white

Single purple. Double pink

Single deep violet Double blue

Double magenta. Fragrant. Good for cutting. Single yellow Double dark purple Single purple florets with white border Single blue

SYRINGA – TREE LILACS

9.00

9.00

9.00

Whip

4-5’

5-6’

6-8'

Ivory Silk

16.00

20.00

24.00

27.00

VIBURNUM

12-18” 18-24”

2-3’

3-4’

4-5’ 8.50

Compact, dense tree with creamy white flowers, fragrant. Flowers at young age. Deep green foliage. Attractive, cherry-like bark. Drought tolerant.

Autumn Jazz

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

Burkwoodii

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

Diana Carlesii

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

Japanese Snowball

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

Carlissi Korean Spice

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

Opulus Sterile (Common Snowball)

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

8.50

Redwing

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

8.50

Spice Girl®

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

5.00

6.00

7.00

Tomentosum Mariesii (Maries Doublefile)

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

Wentworth (American Cranberry)

4.50

5.50

6.50

7.50

8.50

18-24”

2-3’

3-4’

4-5’ 6.75

Fragrant white flowers, blooms Feb-March, dark evergreen type foliage, bluish-black fruit. Super fragrant, compact to medium shrub. Deep pink buds, opening to white. Bright red berries turn blue/black in fall. Bushy, rounded form. Horizontal branching, oval shaped, dull dark green and strongly veined leaves. Snowball like flowers. grows up to 15 feet tall and wide. Large clusters of spicy-scented, waxy pink flowers fade to white. Bright red berries fade to black in fall. Bright green foliage, changing to reddish fall color. Blooms profusely with white snowball-like flowers. Very appealing. Height 8-10 ft. White flowers, red fruit, red new growth. Rich red fall color, hardy. 6' - 8'.

SHRUBS & BUSHES

Graceful, upright, vase shaped. 8-10 ft.

Strong growth, spicy-sweet fragrance, red to white bloom. Deer-resistant.

Summer Snowflake White continuous blooms, 4-6 ft. Horizontal grower, with distinctive creamy, white flower. Blooms late spring into summer. Has a striking reddish-purple fall color. Height 8-10 ft. Maple like leaves. White lace cap flowers. Red berries. Low maintenance.

WEIGELA

9-12” 12-18”

Midnight Wine

5.50

6.00

6.75

Pink Princess

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.25

Red Prince

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.25

Varigated

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.25

Wine & Roses

5.25

6.00

6.75

7.50

Pink flowers, dark purple foliage all season. 2' - 3'. Green foliage. Profuse bloomer. Bright pink flowers. Long blooming season. Hardy. Hardy, nonfading red flowers. 6 ft. Upright, branches at maturity. Blooms twice! Green and white foliage, pink flowers. 4-6 ft. Long bloom season, dark purple burgundy foliage with rosy-pink flowers.

= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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FRUIT TREES APPLE TREES – SEMI AND DWARF

9/16”

11/16”

Akane

Whip 8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Ashmead Kernal

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Benji Shogun Fuji®

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Braeburn

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Centennial

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Chehalis

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Cortland

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Cox Orange Pippin

Attractive red “Lunch Box” apple. Dessert quality, good to excellent tart, sprightly flavor. Late Aug. to Sept. Dessert apple. Green and yellow with golden russet. Sweet, tart and nutty. Scab resistant. Heirloom apple. Crisp, juicy and very sweet Japanese apple. Beautiful red color. Ripening time one month earlier than Fuji. Sweet. September. Medium size, golden red apple. Excellent flavor, matures late, keeps well. Elongated fruits, white scarlet blush. Crisp, sweet flavor. Compact tree, scab resistant. Mid August. Large, yellow-green, mild sweet flavor, juicy and crisp eating apple. Scab resistant. Mid-Sept. to early Oct. Dark red, heavy producer. Flesh stays white even after cutting, making it a great for apple cider, cooking and fresh cut in salads.

1”

Medium size, orange-red over yellow, firm, aromatic. Late Sept. to early Oct. Empire Mcintosh-delicious cross, dark red, medium size. Juicy, crisp, stores well.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Enterprise Apple scab Immune. Resistant to fire blight. Medium size, dark red.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Fuji Sweet-tart flavor, yellowish apple with orange-red blush stripes.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Gala Bright scarlet stripe over yellow. Excellent quality. Mildew resistant.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Ginger Gold Early ripener. Mild flavor with tart finish – great for pies.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Granny Smith Late maturing. Large green apple, tart.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Gravenstein

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Jonagold Red striped over yellow . Good dessert and canning. Late Oct.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Jonamac Red, tart, refreshing flavor. Stores well. Mid-to-late Sept.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

King Large, waxy yellow with red striping, crisp and sweet. Mid-to-late Oct.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Liberty Red, crisp and juicy. Disease-resistant variety. Oct.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Lodi Larger and later than Yellow Transparent. Also firmer, less mealy. August.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Macoun Medium, red striped on green. Sweet, crisp and juicy. Mid-Oct.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Maslin Limb sport of Pink Lady which matures 3-4 weeks earlier.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Melrose

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Mutsu Very large yellow-green apple. Crisp and juicy, tart.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Northern Spy Large, reddish, sprightly flavor. A good keeper. Late.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Pink Lady® Large crisp, sweet tart apple. Pink blush, yellow skin. Early bloom.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Pristine

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Red Gravenstein Large, red, firm flesh, crisp, good flavor. Early Fall.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Red Jonagold Same as Jonagold, bright red fruit.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Red McIntosh Medium to large, bright red with white, tender flesh. Fall.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Rosey Glow

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Red striped over yellow, firm, juicy, crisp. All-time favorite. Early fall. Honeycrisp® Ripens late September. Big red apple, crisp, juicy. Keeps well.

Medium to large, red apple, aromatic. Excellent for storage. Bears heavily. Cross between Jonathan and Delicious. Late Oct. Mott's Pink Yellow with red blush. Pink flesh, late August.

Medium size yellow fruit, crisp and mildly tart. Ripens in August. Great for fresh eating, applesauce and baking. Good disease resistance. Red Delicious Big red dessert apple. Late September - Mid October.

Best early apple, bright red skin with yellow blush. Great for fresh eating and cooking, ripens Mid-August.

8

7/8”’

= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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APPLE TREES – cont’d

Whip

9/16”

11/16”

7/8”’

1”

Snowsweet®

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Spartan

Sweet apple with tart overtone. Bronze-red blush color. The fruit has snow white flesh, slow in oxidizing and turning brown after slicing. Cross between Sharon and Connell red. Developed by University of Minnesota.

Medium, dark red, crisp, excellent flavor. Good storage. Tree needs to be thinned because of heavy bearing. Mid-Oct. Summer Red Medium, bright red, tart and juicy. Annual bearer. Late Aug.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Whitney Crab Best eating crabapple. good producer.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

William’s Pride Disease resistant, bright red apple. Heavy producer.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Yellow Delicious Yellow, aromatic, crisp, excellent eating and cooking. Late.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Yellow Transparent Med.-large, tender, tart, good cooking. Late July-Aug.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Zestar®

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Excellent sweet tart balance with a slight flavor of brown sugar. Light crisp and juicy. Great quality and cold hardy. Early apple. Great storing apple.

APPLE TREES - MINI DWARF ON M27

Whip

7/16”

9/16” 11/16”

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Braeburn

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Chehalis

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Fuji

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Gala

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Gravenstein

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Honeycrisp®

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Jonagold

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Liberty

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Melrose

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Pink Lady®

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Red McIntosh

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Spartan

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Summer Red

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

Zestar®

9.00

9.75

11.00

11.75

COLUNADE APPLE – SEMI AND DWARF

1 Yr Whip 2 Yr

Golden Sentinal®

9.50

11.75

North Pole®

9.50

11.75

Scarlet Sentinal®

9.50

11.75

Large yellow fruit, mid September. Good eating and baking. Upright narrow growth. 8' - 12'. Large red, early September. Good for cider, baking and eating. Upright narrow growth. 8' - 12'. Large yellow with red blush. Juicy sweet, late September. Good keeper, compact form. 8' - 10'.

PEAR TREES – SEMI AND DWARF

FRUIT TREES

Akane

Whip

9/16”

11/16”

7/8”

1”

Anjou Medium to large, fine flavor, good keeper. Mid-late ripening.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Bartlett

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Bosc Medium to large, long-necked, fine flavor. Mid-season.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Clapp’s Favorite Resembles Bartlett, sweet, aromatic and juicy. Mid-Aug.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Colette

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Medium to large thin-skinned, very sweet and tender. Excellent eating and canning. Early Sept. Bennent Medium to large, good flavor, juicy, crisp and sweet. Late Aug.

High quality, medium sized pear. Waxy yellow with pink cheeks. Sweet, juicy with a spicy flavor. Continues to flower and fruit from August until it freezes.

= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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11/4”

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PEAR TREES – cont’d

9/16”

11/16”

Comice Large fruit, thick-skinned. Best when stored 1-2 months.

Whip 8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Conference

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Flemish Beauty

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Highland

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Maxie

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Moon Glow

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Red Bartlett Like Bartlett except bright red skin and somewhat sweeter.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Red Clapp’s Like Clapp’s, except skin is red.

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Rescue

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Prem P-109

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Ubilean

8.50

9.75

10.75

11.75

12.25

Whip

9/16”

11/16”

7/8”

1”

Ari-Rang Large brown skinned pear.

9.00

10.50

11.50

12.00

12.50

Chojuro

9.00

10.50

11.50

12.00

12.50

9.00

10.50

11.50

12.00

12.50

9.00

10.50

11.50

12.00

12.50

Nijisseiki

9.00

10.50

11.50

12.00

12.50

Shinglo

9.00

10.50

11.50

12.00

12.50

Golden brown skin, ripens early Aug. Average size, sweet, juicy, excellent flavor. Shinko Brown-skinned, crisp, sweet to sub-acid. Mid-Oct.

9.00

10.50

11.50

12.00

12.50

Shinseiki Medium round, yellow-skinned, crisp and juicy. Mid-Aug.

9.00

10.50

11.50

12.00

12.50

Whip

9/16”

11/16”

7/8”

1”

Medium size, golden speckled, long necked pear. Sweet and spicy flavor. Sep. Medium to large, yellow with red blush, fine flavor, good canner. Just after Bartlett, fruit best ripened off tree. Medium to large, needs month storage for best quality, will keep until Jan. Excellent quality, sweet rich flavor, smooth and juicy. Early Oct. Cross between Nijissiki and Red Bartlett. Yellow/gold with red blush. Resistant to leaf and pear fruit scab. Early maturing.

Blight resistant, vigorous upright grower, large yellow fruit, stores well, ripens week after Bartlett. Orcas Large, sweet mild flavor, good for canning and drying. Sept.

Large, sweet mild flavor, orange-yellow skin and good producer. Late Aug. Cross between Asian and European pear. Red blush, juicy, medium/large size. Excellent storage. Large disease resistant variety from Yugoslavia. Vigorous and productive. Juicy, sweet greenish fruit with red blush. Ripens in late July.

FRUIT TREES

ORIENTAL PEARS – SEMI AND DWARF

7/8”

1”

11/4”

Medium round, brown-skinned, mildly sweet, texture firm and crisp. Mid-Aug.

Hosui Medium-large brown skinned pear. Crisp sweet flavor. Early September.

Kosui Medium to large, brown-skinned, crisp, sweet spicy and aromatic. Mid-Sept. Medium round, greenish yellow-skinned, firm,crisp and juicy, good to excellent quality. Late Aug.

QUINCE – SEMI AND DWARF Orange Quince

8.50

9.75

10.75

Pineapple Quince

8.50

9.75

10.75

Smyra Quince

8.50

9.75

10.75

9/16”

11/16”

Large round yellow fruit with orange tinted flesh, turns red when cooked. Self fertile. Medium sized yellow round fruit. Has pineapple like flavor. Ripens in October. Big white blossoms. Self fertile. Use in apple cider and jelllies. Self fertile. Large yellow pear shaped, winter hardy and disease resistant. Great for cooking and jellies.

CHERRY TREES - ON MAZZARD ROOTSTOCK

Whip

Angela

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Large, black, resists cracking and disease, ripens like Bing. Mid-season. Bing Top quality, large juicy and sweet black cherry. Mid-season.

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Early Burlat

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Evans

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Glacier®

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

11/4”

Large, firm, red meaty fruits of excellent quality. Ripens in June. Compact, sour. Bright red fruit. Extremely hardy. Good for pies and jams. Self-pollinating. Large, dark cherry, self-fertile.

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= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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CHERRY TREES - ON MAZZARD ROOTSTOCK

Whip

9/16”

11/16”

7/8”

1”

Lapin Self-fertile. Dark, crack-resistant, good pollinizer.

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Montmorency

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Morello

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Rainier

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Royal Ann

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

11/4”

Sour cherry, small, bright red, soft,juicy, sweet-tart fruit. Self-fruitful. Mid season. Dark red fruit, pie cherry. good quality, highly productive. Late July.

North Star Compact, sour. Heavy producer. Hardy and disease resistant. Self-pollinating. Yellow skin with pink blush, ripens few days before Bing. Larger than Royal Ann, good pollinizer. Light yellow fruit with pink blush, tender, crisp, sprightly flavor. Mid-season.

Sam

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Large, jet-black, firm, heart-shaped fruits of good quality. Highly resistant to cracking, good pollinizer, one week earlier than Bing. Stella Red fruit, self-fertile, good pollinizer. Mid-season.

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Sweetheart Self fertile sweet cherry. Bright red fruit. Ripens late July.

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Van

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Black shiny fruit, firmer and slightly smaller than Bing and ripens about same time. Heavy bearing tree and a good pollinizer.

CHERRIES - ON DWARF GISELA ROOTSTOCK™ Whip Angela

9/16”

11/16”

7/8”

1”

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Excellent, very large, black, resists cracking and disease, sets well, ripens like Bing. Mid-season. Bing Top quality, large juicy and sweet black cherry. Mid-season.

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Carmine Jewel

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Evans

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Compact, sour. Bright red fruit. Extremely hardy. Good for pies and jams. Self-pollinating. Glacier® Large, dark cherry, self-fertile.

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Kristin Dark, crack resistant. Heavy producer.

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Lambert

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Very large, black, latest ripening fruit, very firm. Flavor more sprightly than Bing. Lapin Self-fertile. Dark, crack-resistant. Good pollinizer.

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Montmorency

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Rainier

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Royal Ann

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

FRUIT TREES

9.25

New type of cherry. Combination of a sweet and sour cherry. Easy to grow, cold hardy, resistant to pest and diseases. Wine colored. Self-pollinating.

Early Burlat Large, firm, red meaty fruits of excellent quality. Ripens in June.

Sour cherry, small, bright red, soft, juicy, sweet-tart. Self-fruitful. Mid-season.

Morello Dark red fruit, pie cherry. Good quality, highly productive. Late July.

North Star Compact, sour. Heavy producer. Hardy and disease resistant. Self-pollinating. Yellow skin with pink blush, ripens few days before Bing. Larger than Royal Ann, good pollinizer. Light yellow fruit with pink blush, tender, crisp, sprightly flavor. Mid-season.

Sam

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Large, jet-black, firm, heart-shaped fruits of good quality. Highly resistant to cracking, good pollinizer, one week earlier than Bing. Stella Red fruit, self-fertile, good pollinizer. Mid-season.

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Surefire

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

9.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

13.00

Late flowering. Tolerates frosts and produces crack resistant crops. Fire engine red color. So highly regarded, it is the first sour cherry. Sweetheart Self fertile sweet cherry. Bright red fruit. Ripens late July.

Van

Black shiny fruit, firmer and slightly smaller than Bing and ripens about same time. Heavy bearing tree and a good pollinizer.

= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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EUROPEAN PLUM TREES

Whip

Blue Damson

7/8”

1”

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

French Prune

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Green Gage

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Imperial Epineuse

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Italian Prune

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Seneca

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Stanley

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Small to medium, red to purplish black. Very sweet and mild, good for canning and drying. Late. Medium, round, greenish yellow with amber flesh. Sweet, good flavor, good for eating, cooking, canning or jam. Mid-season. European type, medium sized oval fruit, purple-blue skin, yellow flesh, freestone, firm, sweet, great for fresh eating and drying.Very productive. Mid-August. Medium, purplish black sweet. Excellent fresh, canned or dried. Late mid-season. Large purple fruit. High quality for eating, canning or drying, resists cracking.

Large purplish black with yellow flesh. Sweet, juicy. Mid-season, good canning. Victory Large blue fruit, firm flesh, very productive, good quality.

Yellow Egg

Large oval, bright yellow with yellow flesh. Soft and sweet. Mid-season.

JAPANESE PLUM TREES – SEMI AND DWARF

Whip

9/16”

11/16”

7/8”

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Hollywood

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Methley

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

Shiro Large, round, golden yellow with yellow flesh. Mid-season.

8.75

10.25

11.25

12.00

12.50

9/16”

11/16”

2 to 2 1/2 inch wide red plums with red flesh of good quality. Good for eating and makes excellent jelly. Showy pink bloom and purple leaves.

Round medium sized reddish purple plum with red flesh. Juicy and sweet. Early Satsuma Medium, dark red, solid meaty flavor, sweet. Mid-season.

PEACH TREES – SEMI AND DWARF

7/16”

Frost Peach®

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Red Haven

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Reliance Medium fruit, yellow skin, red blush, freestone, hardy tree.

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Veteran Medium size fruit. Freestone. Golden yellow skin, red blush.

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

APRICOT TREES – SEMI AND DWARF

7/16”

9/16”

11/16”

7/8”

1”

Harcot

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Harglow

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Puget Gold

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Tilton

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Leaf curl resistant. Medium to large fruit, yellow flesh, freestone, good quality and producer. Mid-August, self-fertile. Free stone, medium size, yellow flesh, great canning and freezing peach.

One of the best Apricots. Sweet, juicy, rich flavor. Great for colder areas with its frost-hardy late bloom. Newer, promising apricot variety. Medium to large fruit, very good eating. Attractive orange color. More disease resistant for this area. Medium size, flesh firm, sweet, susceptible to common apricot problems. Mid-august, self-fertile.

Leading variety for freezing, drying and canning. Vigorous tree, heavy producer. Resistant to late frosts. Blooms early. Needs pollinizer. Wenatchee MoorPark Greenish yellow fruit. Productive self-pollinator.

7/8”

7/16”

Fantasia Red with yellow undercolor. Large, firm, smooth fruit. Mid/late July.

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Flavortop

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Hardy Red

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

9.50

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Vigorous, productive, and self-fertile with large, showy blossoms. Yellow fleshed, freestone nectarine that is firm, smooth texture. Ripens mid-season.

New promising variety for the Northwest. Red skinned with golden blush, yellow flesh. Ripens mid-August. Excellent flavor. Harko Reliable producer, good quality. Late August.

= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

11/16”

7/8”

12.75

12.75

1”

NECTARINE TREES – SEMI AND DWARF

9/16”

11/4”

1”

Beauty

Good pollinizer, red, amber flesh, good flavor. Replacement for Santa Rosa. Early to mid-season.

FRUIT TREES

11/16”

8.75

Small, purple or blue-black, green flesh, very tart. Excellent for preserves and jams. Brooks Early Italian strain, purple.

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9/16”

1”

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COMBINATION FRUIT TREES APPLES, CHERRIES, PEARS & PLUMS

9/16” 11/16” 4 Way 13.75 3 Way 12.50

Apple 1Akane, Liberty, Gravenstein, Honeycrisp, Chehalis Apple 2 Gala, Gravenstein, Red Macintosh, Spartan, Yellow Delicious Cherries Bing, Rainier, Sam, Van, Lapin Dwarf Cherries Bing, Rainier, Sam, Glacier, Angela Oriental Pear Chojuro, Nijiseiki, Shinseiki, Housi, Kosui Pear Highland, Bartlett, Comice, Red Clapps, Rescue Plums Beauty, Blue Damson, Shiro, Italian, Yellow Egg Fruit Cocktail

14.75 13.00

7/8” 15.75 13.50

1”

11/4”

16.50 14.50

16.75 15.00

NOTE: $1.00 additional charge at all sizes for Dwarf Cherries.

Frost Peach, Puget Gold Apricot, Red Haven, Hardy Red Nectarine, Blue Damson Plum Combination trees grafted on: Apple - M106; Cherries - Mazzard F-12; Dwarf Cherries - Gisela 5 148-2; Pears - Quince; Oriental Pears - Quince; Plums St Julian A; Fruitcocktail - St. Julian A

ESPALIERED FRUIT TREES COMBINATION FRUIT VARIETIES

2 Tier

3 Tier

Apple Honeycrisp, Akane, Gravenstein, King, Jonagold, Chehalis

15.00

18.75

Dwarf Cherries Bing, Lapin, Rainier

16.00

19.75

Oriental Pear Chojuro, Nijiseiki, Shinseiki

15.00

18.75

Pears Bartlett, Bosc, Red Bartlett

15.00 18.75 Espaliered trees grafted on: Apple - M26; Pear, Oriental Pear - Quince, Dwarf Cherries on G-5, Cherries on Mazzard F-12, Fruitcocktail on St. Julian A

SINGLE FRUIT VARIETIES

2 Tier

3 Tier

Apple Choose one: Fuji, Gala, Gravenstien, Honeycrisp, Spartan

15.00

18.75

Pears Choose one: Anjou, Bartlett, Bosc, Flemish Beauty Flowering Crabapple

15.00 15.00

18.75 18.75

Choose one: Prairifire, Donald Wyman, Golden Raindrops, Sugar Tyme, Profusion

NUT TREES

ALMONDS

9/16” 11/16”

7/8”

Hall’s Hardy Hardy and bears heavy. Large nut and hard shell. Late.

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

Texas Mission Large, upright, vigorous grower. Small, hard nut. Late.

10.75

11.50

12.00

12.50

FILBERTS

3-4’

4-5’

5-6’

6-7’

Delta

7.50

8.50

10.00

11.00

7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50

NOT AVAILABLE 8.50 10.00 8.50 10.00 8.50 10.00 8.50 10.00 8.50 10.00

11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00

Yamhill

7.50

8.50

10.00

11.00

Compact tree. Productive, medium sized nuts. Kernal texture. Flavor and appearance are very good. Non-pollinizer. Immune to Eastern Filbert Blight. Zeta Pollinates Epsilon, Theta and Jefferson. Moderate number of catkins

7.50

8.50

10.00

11.00

WALNUT

4-5’

5-6’

6-8’

11/4”

Carpathian English, high quality hardy nut.

8.00

9.00

10.00

Cascade English, large nut, excellent quality.

8.00

9.00

10.00

Manregion English, round nut, soft shell, hardy.

8.00

9.00

10.00

Compact tree. Delicious, nutritious nuts. Immune to Eastern Filbert Blight. Duchilly Long, large nut, pollinizer. Epsillion Late pollen shed. Pollinates Zeta, Theta, Eta and Jefferson. Many catkins. Eta Tasty, medium sized nuts. Immune to Eastern Filbert Blight. Jefferson New filbert. Leading nut in market. Pollinated by Jefferson and Theta. Theta Pollinizes with Eta. Immune to Eastern Filbert Blight.

York

1”

1”

New mid-season, highly blight resistant pollinizer. Pollinates Santiam and Yamhill and helps with early pollen of Jefferson when combined with Theta.

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FLOWERING TREES FLOWERING CHERRY Accolade

Semi-double, large drooping pink clusters, 20’ and as wide. Mid-season. Akebono Single, pink, to 25 feet and as wide. Early.

Amanogawa

5-6’

6-7’

7-8’

1”

11/4”

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

21.50

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

11/2”

Semi-double, light pink with deep pink margins, columnar, 20 to 25 feet tall, 8 feet wide. Early mid-season. Autumnalis Double, pinkish white, flattened crown, 25’ to 30’. Early.

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

Columnar Sargentii Pink flowers in clusters of 2–4. Upright. Mid-season.

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

21.50

Kwanzan

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

21.50

24.00

Mt. Fuji

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

21.50

24.00

Okame

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

17.00

18.00

19.50

Large double, deep rosy pink. Branches stiffly upright, form inverted cone, 30 feet by 20 feet wide. Mid-season. Semi-double to double, pink in bud, white when fully open, purplish pink as flower ages. Horizontal branching, 20 feet and wider than high. Early.

Pink, flowers, oval-shaped to 20’, yellow-orange or orange-red color. Early. Royal Burgundy® Vase shaped growth. Double magenta pink blooms. 15-20’

15.00

Shirofugen

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

Shogetsu

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

17.00

18.00

19.50

Double, pink, spreading growth, arching branches, 15’, wider than high. Late.

16.00

21.50

21.50

Pale white double blooms. A low flat topped tree with spreading growth and arching branches. Snow Goose Upright growing tree, white blooms, bright green foliage. 20’.

15.00

Tibetica

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

Whitcombi

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

21.50

15.00

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.50

21.50

Whip

5-6’

6-7’

7-8’

Akebono

15.75

16.50

18.00

19.00

Kwanzan

15.75

16.50

18.00

19.00

Mt. Fuji

15.75

16.50

18.00

19.00

Shirofugen

15.75

Shogetsu

15.75

16.50

18.00

19.00

Yoshino

15.75

16.50

18.00

19.00

Bushy, hardy perennial deciduous tree with white spring flowers. Smooth bark.

Single, buds almost red opening to pink. Wide spread horizontal branching, 20 to 25 feet by 30 feet wide. Profuse, very early bloomer. Yoshino Single, light pink/white, fragrant. Pendulous branches. Early.

DWARF FLOWERING CHERRIES ON GISELA™

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Whip

16.00

FLOWERING CHERRIES – TOP GRAFTED

Lite

#1

Accolade

16.00

18.00

20.00

Amanogawa

16.00

18.00

20.00

Columner Sargentii

16.00

18.00

20.00

Kwanzan

16.00

18.00

20.00

Mt. Fuji

16.00

18.00

20.00

Shogetsu

16.00

18.00

20.00

Yoshino

16.00

18.00

20.00

Hvy

RED BARK FLOWERING CHERRIES (Tibetica Interstem) #1 Lite

#1

Akebono

18.00

21.00

23.00

Kwanzan

18.00

21.00

23.00

Mt. Fuji

18.00

21.00

23.00

Yoshino

18.00

21.00

23.00

Double Subhirtella

24.00

26.00

28.00

Snow Fountain

24.00

26.00

28.00

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PRUNUS VIRGINIANA

Whip

5-6’

6-7’

7-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

Amur Cherry(Chokecherry)

14.25

14.75

15.25

16.25

18.00

19.50

21.00

Canada Red (Chokecherry)

14.25

14.75

15.25

16.25

18.00

19.50

21.00

1”

11/4”

Beautiful all four seasons. Mature height of 25’. Small pyramidal tree, white flowers. Edible red fruit turning dark purple.

PRUNUS (WEEPING FLOWERING CHERRY)

#1 Lite #1

Hvy.

Ex. Hvy.

Double Subhirtella

22.00

24.00

26.00

Top grafted, 6 foot Top grafted, 4 foot Snow Fountain®

22.00

24.00

26.00

30.00

22.00

24.00

26.00

30.00

22.00 22.00 22.00 24.00

24.00 24.00 24.00 26.00

26.00 26.00 26.00 28.00

30.00

22.00

24.00

26.00

30.00

22.00

24.00

26.00

Whip

5-6’

6-7’

7-8’

Adirondak

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

Donald Wyman

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

17.50

19.00

Evereste™

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

17.50

19.00

Golden Raindrops™

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

17.50

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

17.50

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

17.50

Profusion

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

17.50

Robinson

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

17.50

Sargent

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

Snowdrift

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

17.50

Sugar Tyme (P.P. #7062)

14.00 14.00

14.50 14.50

15.50 15.50

16.50 16.50

17.50

Thunderchild

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

17.50

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

14.00

14.50

15.50

16.50

Profuse double pink flowers, most popular of the weeping cherries.

Semi-double snow white flowers. Graceful cascading branches. A Lake County 'Zam' introduction.

Top grafted, 6 foot Top grafted, 4 foot Base budded Contorted Yoshino Light pink to almost white blooms, brilliant green foliage.

Top grafted, 6 foot Top grafted, 4 foot

FLOWERING CRABAPPLE

Pink buds open to white flowers, red fruit, green foliage. Disease-resistant. Excellent disease resistance and scab immune. Fragrant spring blooms cover this semi-sweeping tree. Nice foliage throughout the year. White bloom.

Scab resistant, blooms early spring. Golden-yellow fruit. White bloom. Marilee Narrow growth. Red buds, white green leaves. Disease resistance, sterile.

Prairifire

FLOWERING TREES

Densely compact, upright form, excellent disease resistance. White flowers, red ½-inch fruit. Height 18’, 10’spread.

Maroon foliage, pinkish-red flowers, dark red fruit. Excellent disease resistance. Heavy bloomer, deep red buds fading to pink. New foliage red fading to bronzy green. Deep pink flowers, red fruit, upright, spreading round form. Disease-resistant. Small, white, fragrant flowers. Dark green foliage with dense shrub-like branching. Good disease resistance.

Upright spreading form. Pink buds open to single white flower. Orange fruit. Spring Snow Pure white flowerswithout fruit. Resistant to rust and mildew. Upright oval form. Sugary-white fragrant flowers. Early to mid season bloomer. ½" red fruit through January. Disease resistant. Susceptible to fireblight.

Beautiful single, delicate pink flowers in spring. Produce dark red fruit. Folliage is deep purple and tree has upright spreading habit. Tschonski Pyramidal form, white flowers and pink hue, silvery-grey leaves.

Zumi White single flower, fragrant, bright red fruit. Disease-resistant.

ESPALIERED FLOWERING CRABAPPLE

2 Tier

3 Tier

Donald Wyman Golden Raindrops™ Prairiefire Profusion Sugar Thyme

15.00

18.75

15.00 15.00

18.75 18.75

15.00

18.75

15.00

18.75

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WEEPING FLOWERING CRABAPPLE

#1 Lite #1

Candied Apple®

Hvy.

18.00

20.00

22.00

20.00

22.00

24.00

18.00

20.00

22.00

Louisa

18.00

20.00

22.00

Broad weeping form, profuse rose-pink single blooms, dark green leaves. Lemon-gold fruit. Excellent disease resistance. Red Jade Dark green foliage, white flowers, showy bright red fruit.

18.00

20.00

22.00

Whip

5-6’

6-7’

7-8’

1”

11/4”

14.00

14.50

15.00

16.00

17.50

19.00

14.00

14.50

15.00

16.00

17.50

19.00

Hollywood

14.00

14.50

15.00

16.00

17.50

19.00

Pink, flowers early. Purple foliage, very good eating and canning plums. Upright. Krauter Vesuvius Pink flowers, purple black leaves, oval head to 18 ft.

14.00

14.50

15.00

16.00

17.50

19.00

14.00 14.00

14.50 14.50

15.00 15.00

16.00 16.00

17.50 17.50

19.00 19.00

21.50 21.50

Whip

5-6’

6-7’

7-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

15.00

16.00

17.50

20.00

22.00

25.00

15.00

16.00

17.50

20.00

22.00

25.00

15.00

16.00

17.50

20.00

22.00

25.00

15.00

16.00

17.50

20.00

22.00

25.00

15.00

16.00

17.50

20.00

22.00

25.00

Whip

5-6’

6-7’

7-8'

1”

11/4”

16.00

17.50

19.50

23.00

26.00

3-4’

4-5’

5-6’

6-8’

20.00

23.00

26.00

19.00

21.00

23.00

20.00

23.00

26.00

20.00

23.00

26.00

20.00

23.00

26.00

20.00

23.00

26.00

Red buds opening to large, single pinkish-purple flowers. Bright red fruit, dark green foliage. Very good disease resistance. A Lake County 'Zam' introduction.

Contorted Candied Apple™ A Lake County 'Zam' introduction.

Echtermeyer Purplish-red flowers, 1 1/2” wide all along weeping branches. Foliage is purple, later turning bronzy green.

FLOWERING PLUMS Blireiana

11/2”

Semi-double, pink to rose. Foliage reddish purple, turning greenish bronze.

Crimson Pointe™

21.50

The first and only columnar shaped, purple leafed, flowering plum. Height 25-30 ft. Tree has glossy bronze foliage, maroon green when it gets older. White blooms.

FLOWERING TREES

Newport Single, pink redish purple foliage. Thundercloud Pink flowers with deep purple leaf, rounded form, 20 feet high and wide.

FLOWERING PEAR Aristocrat® Pyramidal form, white flowers, waxy green foliage, strong branches makes it more resistant from storm damage, an excellent street tree.

Cambridge Upright, narrowly pyramidal, glossy green foliage. Bright orange fall color, white flower clusters. Strong growing. 40 ft high with 15 ft spread.

Capital Tall erect pyramidal-growing deciduous tree with light green foliage. Spectacular pure white blooms.

Cleveland Select Upright, pyramidal form, light green foliage, single white, heavy bloomer.

Red Spire Pyramidal form, large white flowers, glossy green foliage, yellow to red fall color.

AMELANCHIER (SERVICEBERRY) Autumn Brilliance (P.P. #5717) Fast growing and heavily branching. Reaches mature size early. White fower clusters. Bright red fall color. Foliage resistant to leaf spot. Edible purplishblack fruit. ZONE 308. Height 20-25' spread 15-20'.

CORNUS KOUSA China Girl Creamy-white flowers. Red-orange autumn leaves and brightly colored strawberry-like fruits. Chinensis Multi-stem Creamy white flowers with pink blush. 20’ – 25’ .

Eddie’s White Wonder

16.00

Huge creamy-white flowers in early summer. Bright green spring leaves, red in autumn. Small branching tree, sometimes slightly tiered shape.

Satomi Horizontal tiered branches. Pink to red bracts followed in fall by hanging red fruit. Autumn leaves have red/scarlet tint.

Summer Fun White spring flowers with bold green and cream leaves. Vivid red, orange and pink fall tones.

Venus Huge flowers bloom in late spring, can exceed 6” in diameter.

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SHADE TREES HAWTHORNE

Whip

5-6’

6-7’

7-8’

1”

11/4”

Crimson Cloud (P.P. #2679)

13.00

13.50

14.25

15.50

16.50

15-20’, large single red bloom with white star center. Upright habit, rounded crown, foliage resistant to leaf blight. Thornless glossy red fruit. Lavallei White flowers, orange to red fruit, erect open branching.

13.00

13.50

14.25

15.50

16.50

Paul’s Scarlet

13.00

13.50

14.25

15.50

16.50

13.00

13.50

14.25

15.50

16.50

13.00

13.50

14.25

15.50

16.50

Whip

5-6'

6-8'

1"

11/4”

13.00

13.50

14.50

16.50

17.50

6-7’

1”

11/2”

Clusters of double rose/red flowers in late spring. 20 feet high, 15 feet wide.

Toba One of the hardiest Hawthorns. WHite blooms turning pink in spring with ref berries in the fall. 18’ tall with 12’ spread.

Winter King 25-30' silver grey bark, white flower clusters. Round vase shape branching, bright red fruit, less susceptible to leaf rust.

LABURNUM Golden Chain Vossi Bright yellow flower clusters, up to 23” long. Small tree, upright to 20’ tall, with attractive bright green leaves and bark.

Weeping Golden Chain

#1 Lite #1 18.00

20.00

Hvy. 22.00

Yellow flowers 6 to 10 inches long, weeping branches.

SALIX CAPREA PENDULA

#1 Lite #1

Hvy.

Contorted Pussy Willow

19.00

21.50

23.00

Weeping Pussy Willow

18.00

20.00

22.00

Whip

4-5’

5-6’

16.00

20.00

24.00

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

16.00

17.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

29.50

16.00

17.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

29.50

16.00

17.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

29.50

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

16.00

17.00

18.00

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

Conquest™

16.00

17.00

19.00

23.00

27.00

29.00

Columnar sport of Crimson King. Tight, narrow form. Strong limbs and crotch angles withstand wind and snow damage. Does not require pruning to keep its form. 30’ by 6’ spread. A Lake County 'Zam' introduction. Crimson King Maroon summer foliage. Dense rounded form, height 30-40’.

16.00

17.00

19.00

23.00

27.00

29.00

Crimson Sentry (P.P. #3258)

16.00

17.00

19.00

23.00

27.00

29.00

Fairview

16.00

17.00

19.00

23.00

27.00

29.00

Height 45’, spread 35’. Rapid growth with straight-growing form, full head, and ascending branches. Foliage is very dark red turning to green as it matures. Drummondi Leaves light green with white edges. Oval shaped, height 30-40’.

16.00

17.00

19.00

23.00

27.00

29.00

Emerald Queen Dark Glossy green foliage. Fast grower, yellow fall color.

16.00

17.00

19.00

23.00

27.00

29.00

16.00

17.00

19.00

23.00

27.00

29.00

Graceful weeping branches with white catkins. Grows well in wet areas.

STYRAX JAPONICUS Japanese Snowbell Rounded habit with horizontal branching, height 20 feet by 15 feet spread. Dainty bell shaped white flowers. Very fragrant.

ACER FREEMANII Armstrong Fast growing tree, retains its columnar narrow growth habit. Yellow-orange fall color. Height 45’, 15’ spread.

Autumn Blaze (P.P. #4864) Dense oval head, strong branching, brilliant long lasting fall color, fast grower.

Autumn Fantasy® (P.P. #7655) Fast-growing full-crowned tree, rapid growth. Ability to withstand adverse conditions. Heavy leaf population turns an intense ruby-red until heavy frost.

ACER GINNALA Amur maple (tree form) Small dense form, fiery red fall color, slow growing, hardy, grows well in shade.

ACER PLATANOIDES (NORWAY MAPLS)

Columnar, compact, slow growing. Purple leaves. Ideal for small area plantings.

Royal Red Similar to Crimson King, but slightly hardier.

= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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ACER GRISEUM

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

18.00

20.00

22.00

Whip

5-6’

Autumn Flame Symmetrical, red fall color. First Red Maple to color in the fall.

16.00

Bowhall

Paper Bark

1”

11/4”

11/2”

6-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

17.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

16.00

17.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

16.00

17.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

16.00

17.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

16.00

17.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

Slow, upright grower. Cinnamon brown bark. Spring green leaves turning red and orange in fall. Hardy. Can reach 30’ in height.

ACER RUBRUM (RED MAPLE) 40’, 15’ spread, upright pyramidal form, yellow-orange to red-orange fall color, medium green foliage.

Brandywine Medium-size, columnar crown. Leaves green, fall color red, turns purple-red. Light gray bark turning dark gray with age. Resistant to potato leaf hopper.

Burgandy Belle (Magnificent Magenta)

29.50

Drought tolerant cultivar, a vigorous grower with dense foliage and an oval crown. Fall color bright red turning to an intense burgundy.

Karpick 35-40’, 20’ spread, a dense upright grower, red twig branches, green foliage, yellow-red fall color, good street tree.

New World Upright variety, height 35' and 12' spread. Potato leaf hopper resistant. Cold tolerant. Attractive orange to red fall color. October Glory® Rounded head. Deep red to reddish-purple in the fall.

16.00

17.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

Red Sunset®

16.00

17.50

20.00

24.50

27.50

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

16.00

20.00

25.00

29.00

31.00

16.00

20.00

25.00

29.00

31.00

16.00

18.00

21.00

24.00

ACER TRUNCATUM

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

Pacific Sunset (P.P. 7433)

16.00

17.00

19.00

23.00

27.00

29.00

16.00

17.00

19.00

23.00

27.00

29.00

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1"

11/4”

11/2”

2"

13.00

14.00

14.50

16.00

17.50

17.50

29.50

SHADE TREES

Upright spreading in youth, developing to a rounded outline at maturity. Brilliant orange-red fall color.

ACER SACCHARUM (SUGAR MAPLE) Legacy (P.P. #4979) Fast growing maple with well proportioned oval shaped branching. Excellent fall color. Height 50 feet, 35 feet spread.

Green Mountain Dark green leaves, turning reddish-orange in the fall, very hardy. Upright grower with oval crown. 45 ft.

Sugar Excellent shade tree with dense green foliage. Brilliant yellow and burnt orange color in the fall.

30’, 20’ spread, upright oval shape, dark green glossy foliage, early yellow-orange to bright red fall color.

Norwegian Sunset (P.P. 7529) Upright shape, good branching structure. Glossy green leaves turning yelloworange to red in fall . Good heat and drought tolerance. Height 35’, 25’ spread.

BIRCH Cutleaf Weeping Rounded weeping form. White bark deeply cut leaves droop on the branches.

Crimson Frost

13.00

14.00

14.50

16.00

17.50

Burgundy to purple foliage. White bark with cinnamon hues. Grows upright in pyramid shape. 25-40’ tall. European White Pendulous form. White exfoliating bark. Yellow fall color.

8.00

9.00

10.00

12.00

13.00

15.00

Jacquemonti Whitest of all birches. Shiny green leaves, golden fall color.

13.50

14.50

16.00

18.00

20.00

22.00

8.00

9.00

10.50

12.00

13.00

14.00

Paper Birch Creamy white exfoliating bark. Loose pyramidal form.

#1 Lite #1

Hvy."

Youngii Weeping Slender pendulous branches. White bark, yellow fall color.

16.00

19.00

22.00

Youngii Weeping, Contorted

17.00

21.00

24.00

Slender pendulous branches. White bark, yellow fall color.

BIRCH - CLUMP FORM Jacquemonti

3-4'

4-5’

5-6’

6-8’

14.00

15.00

17.00

18.50

8-10’ 20.00

Whitest of all birches. Shiny green leaves with golden fall color.

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= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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CARPINUS

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

13.00

14.00

16.00

18.00

Common Hornbeam (European) Used to make European style hedges. 10.00

12.00

15.00

Franz Fontaine

17.00

21.00

24.00

27.50

Japanese Hornbeam (Japonica)

13.00

14.00

16.00

18.00

Pyramidal Hornbeam (Fastigiata)

17.00

20.00

23.00

26.50

American Hormbeam Slow growing, small to medium tree. Rounded form.

Columnar, height 30’ with a 15’ spread. Most narrow of the betulus varieties. Small growing, attractive foliage, dark green, strongly veined, serrated leaves. Fan shaped branching, 25’ by 25’. Dense columnar tree when young, becoming pyramidal with age.Yellow fall color.

CERCIDIPHYLLUM JAPONICUM

Whip

5-6’ br

NOT AVAILABLE

Katsura (Bareroot)

NOT AVAILABLE

Red Fox

NOT AVAILABLE

Heart shaped blue-green leaves. Yellow orange fall color. Slow grower. Usually easy to grow. Slow grower. Deep wine Spring growth turning yellow/red.

Katsura multi-stem

11/2”

30.00

33.00

6-7’ br 7-8’ br 1”

Hanna’s Heart™ (Biringer Katsura P.P.#21711)

Upright form of Katsura. Dark green heart shaped leaves throughout the year. Yellow fall color. Winter hardiness. Holds leaves late Autumn. 10’ spread. 25’ height.

11/4”

11/4”

16.50

18.50

20.00

23.00

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

Copper Beech Purple leaves, deep green by mid-summer. Excellent choice.

15.00

16.00

18.00

20.00

Dawyck Purple Beech

18.00

20.00

23.00

27.00

Purple Fountain

18.00

20.00

23.00

27.00

Purpurpea “Tricolor”

18.00

20.00

23.00

27.00

Red Obelisk

18.00

20.00

23.00

27.00

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

Autumn Applause® White Ash (P.P. #3769)

14.50

15.00

16.00

18.00

20.00

23.00

Autumn Purple

14.50

15.00

16.00

18.00

20.00

23.00

Golden Desert

14.50

15.00

16.00

18.00

20.00

23.00

Raywood

14.50

15.00

16.00

18.00

20.00

23.00

Patmore (P.P. 4684)

14.50

15.00

16.00

18.00

20.00

23.00

Summit

14.50

15.00

16.00

18.00

20.00

23.00

Whip

4-5'

5-6'

6-8'

1"

11/4”

17.00

20.00

24.00

26.00

30.00

34.00

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

13.00

13.50

15.00

17.00

19.00

21.00

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

7.00

7.50

8.00

9.50

11.00

12.00

Quaking Aspen

12.00

12.50

14.00

16.00

17.50

19.00

Sabertooth Aspen

14.50

17.50

19.00

21.50

23.00

Swedish Aspen

14.50

17.50

19.00

21.50

23.00

FAGUS (BEECH) Grows fast – tall and narrow. Rich dark purple foliage all season. Dark purple leaves with upright growth. One of the most popular beeches. Striking purple foliage with pinkish-white borders. Not for hot, dry areas. Tall, narrow tree, just like Dawyck but with irregular dark purple leaves.

FRAXINUS (ASH) Compact crown and a textured appearance. Seedless. Fall color deep wine-red and holding until frost. Doesn’t revert to yellow/green. Height 45', width 55'. Outstanding deep red, maroon or purple fall color. This fast growing White Ash tree grows 2-3 feet per year. Makes a great tall shade tree. Small rounded shape. Golden bark. Yellow foliage. 20’ high 18’ wide. 35’ oval crown. Small narrow serrated foliage, beautiful purple-red fall color. Seedless. Symmetrical upright branches, foliage glossy green, turns yellow in fall. Very hardy. Upright branching, narrow oval shape. Medium green foliage, yellow fall color. Hardy seedless green ash. 50’ high 25’ wide.

LIQUIDAMBER STYRACIFLUA Worplesdon Sweetgum

Pyramidal to oval form. Has unique shaped leaves that are glossy green and have a fall color that is orange-purple. Very hardy, good to -29°f. 40’ by 25’.

PLATANUS ACERIFLOIA London Plane

Rapid growing tree with a broad open head. Medium dark green leaves.

POPULAS (POPLAR) Lombardi Fast growing, narrow columnar with dense branching. Grows up to 50’. Fast growing, dark green leaves with silver undersides. Bright yellow fall color. Pyramidal with rounded crown.

Fast growing columnar tree. Seedless, orange-yellow fall color. Leaves create a soft, relaxing rustling sound. Height 30-36’ with a spread of 5’.

= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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SHADE TREES

15.50

Heart shaped blue-green leaves. Yellow orange fall color. Slow grower.

11/2”

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QUERCUS (OAK)

Whip

5-6’

6-7’

7-8’

1”

11/4”

Columnar English

15.00

17.00

20.00

22.00

24.00

26.00

Golden English Oak

15.00

17.00

20.00

22.00

24.00

26.00

11/2”

Deep green foliage, yellow-brown fall color. Height 40 feet and 20 feet wide. Small, rounded, slow growing street tree. Bright yellow leafs. Deer resistant.

Green Pillar

15.00

17.00

20.00

22.00

24.00

26.00

28.00

An impressive columnar form of Pin Oak, with glossy, dark green leaves. Deep red to bronze in late autumn. 45' with 9' spread. Pin Compact, pyramidal form. Dense branches. Red fall color turns brown.

15.00

17.00

20.00

22.00

24.00

26.00

28.00

Red Broad round head. Large, oval lobed green leaves. Red fall color.

15.00

17.00

20.00

22.00

24.00

26.00

28.00

Scarlet Oak

15.00

Fast growing. Glossy, deep green leaves, scarlet in fall. Open, rounded shade tree.

Swamp White Oak

NOT AVAILABLE

Beautiful native tree with lustrous, heavy textured leaves. Green/white two colored leaf, turning golden in the fall.

SALIX (WILLOW)

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

9.00

10.00

11.00

12.00

13.50

15.00

Globe Navaho

9.00

10.00

11.00

12.00

13.50

15.00

Hardy, rounded umbrella shaped head, green leaves turn yellow in fall. 30-40 ft. Golden Cork Screw Gold spiral twisted branches, yellow fall color. 30 ft.

9.00

10.00

11.00

12.00

13.50

15.00

Niobe (Golden)

9.00

10.00

11.00

12.00

13.50

15.00

Babylonica (Green) Broad round head. Leaves bright green, and weep gracefully Height 30-40 ft.

Rounded head with weeping branches. Leaves are yellow-greenish, turning yellow in the fall. Height 40-50 ft.

SHADE TREES

Golden Cork Screw - contorted

#1 Lite #1

Hvy."

12.00

14.00

16.00

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

11/2”

European Rounded open form. White flowers. Red-orange to red fall fruit.

12.00

12.50

13.00

14.00

15.50

17.00

Red Cascade (P.P. #4684)

14.50

15.50

18.00

20.00

Cardinal Royal (P.P. #3114)

14.50

15.50

18.00

20.00

23.00

27.00

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

Littleleaf Linden

12.00

13.00

15.50

17.00

20.00

Chancellor

14.50

18.00

20.00

23.00

25.00

Upright, pyramidal form, dark green foliage, yellow fall color. 35’, 20’ wide. Greenspire Narrow oval form, fast, straight growing trunk. 40’ by 30’ wide.

14.50

18.00

20.00

23.00

25.00

Corinthian

14.50

18.00

20.00

23.00

25.00

Whip

5-6’

6-8’

1”

11/4”

Frontier (Carpinifolia x Parvifolia)

15.00

18.00

20.00

22.00

25.00

Princeton

15.00

18.00

20.00

22.00

25.00

Gold spiral twisted branches, yellow fall color. 30 ft.

SORBUS (MOUNTAIN ASH) 16’, 8’ spread, compact oval shape, lustrous green foliage. Yellow-orange fall color, small white flowers. Orangish-red clusters of small berries. 35’, 20’ spread, upright narrow oval shape, brilliant red berries, rust fall color, rich green leaves with silver beneath.

TILIA CORDATA Densely pyramidal form, small yellow fragrant flowers, dark green leaves with silver underneath.

Narrow pyramidal form, dark green foliage, yellow fall color. 45’, 15’ wide

ULMUS Glossy dark green foliage, turns burgundy in the fall. Compact form, broad oval shape, height 25 feet and 15 feet spread. Resistant to Dutch Elm disease. Dark green foliage with yellow fall color. Dutch Elm Disease resistant. Oval, upright shaped becoming rounder with age.

#1 Lite #1 Camperdown Weeping Elm

18.00

20.00

Hvy." 22.00

Weeping branches. Grows in height of up to 20 ft. Leaves are dense and large.

NOTE: Ulmus only available to Quebec and Ontario Canadian customers. NOT AVAILABLE TO BRITISH COLUMBIA.

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= Approved variety for shipment to Canada.

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