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PLANT CATALOG and GUIDE

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Trees

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Trees

Table of Contents Welcome to WEBB . . . . . . . . . 2 Trees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Fruit Trees / Small Fruits . . . . . . 19 Conifers . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Shrubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Evergreen Shrubs . . . . . . . . . 58 Vines & Ground Covers . . . . . . 69 Annuals & Perennials . . . . . . . 73 Plant Key Index . . . . . . . . . . 74 WEBB from Above . . . . . . . . 79 Bellevue Nursery Site Map . . . . . 80 Landscape Design . . . . . . . . 81 Year Round Property Care . . . . . 82 Customer Terms . . . . . . . . . 83 USDA Hardiness Chart . . . . . . 85 Plant Index . . . . . . . . . . . 86 WEBB Locations . . . . . . . . . 90

Store photos courtesy Fred Linholm. Aerial Photos provided by Idaho Airships, Inc. 1


Welcome to Webb

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More than a home, it’s a way of life. There is no doubt that we live in the best place on earth. From the endless scenery to the local spirit, there is a style of life that transcends the usual. As a part of this community for over 40 years, Webb has been building beautiful, enduring outdoor environments that reflect the unique character of Central Idaho. From our humble one-man, one-mower beginnings, Webb has always believed in improvement through innovation and a tradition of best practices. There are no slackers here; we work hard to deliver you exclusive, high-grade products and customized services with a guarantee of satisfaction. Webb operates year-round at our colorful 55-acre nursery and four Garden Stores located in Bellevue, Hailey, Ketchum and Twin Falls. We are also on the job every season, building incredible landscapes and servicing properties to maintain the Webb quality standard. Contact one of our employee owners to learn more about what Webb can do for you.

Leading the way in the Wood River Valley First nursery and locally grown Aspen. With 55-acres and 40+ years of expertise in high elevation plant material, Webb will help you select the best trees, shrubs and flowers for your property. The Quaking Aspen, our signature tree, is grown from locally collected seed and supplies customers all over the Western U.S. and Canada. First to introduce concrete pavers and hydrapressed slabs. Webb sets the trend in driveway, walkway and patio surfaces that use innovative technology to impart precision in installation and incredible durability over time. First in service and individual attention. In every Webb employee you will find an honest, hardworking and creative person. Our goal is to build and supply outdoor environments specially designed for your lifestyle by listening to and understanding your needs.

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Trees Full Sun

Attractive Blooms

Attracts Birds

Deer Resistant

Partial Shade

Cut Flowers

Outstanding Fall Color

Drought Tolerant

Full Shade

Fragrant

Idaho Native

Wet Soil Tolerant

Alder, Mountain ALNUS incana

Height: Spread: Shape:

15-20’ 10-15’ upright rounded

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

dark green yellow -50 F

A fast growing large shrub or small tree. Loves moist to wet sites, but also does well in drier areas. A nitrogen fixing Idaho native.

Ash, Mancana

FRAXINUS mandshurica ‘Mancana’

Height: Spread: Shape:

40-50’ 20-25’ dense oval

Foliage: dark green Flower Color: yellow Hardiness: -50 F

A male, seedless selection. Tolerant of drought or excess moisture with no serious disease problems.

Aspen, Quaking POPULUS tremuloides

Height: Spread: Shape:

20-30’ 20-30’ pyramidal

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

green yellow/red -50 F

Dark green leaves with excellent yellow and sometimes red or orange fall color. Leaves flutter in the slightest breeze, giving it the name of “Quaking” Aspen. Smooth white bark on a pyramidal and narrow tree when young, with a rounded crown at maturity. Fast growing. 4


Trees

The Quaking Aspen is

our signature tree here at Webb Nursery. We grow aspen from locally collected seed. This allows us to offer a wide selection of high quality trees to our local customers as well as customers throughout the Western U.S. and Canada.

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Trees Aspen, Swedish POPULUS tremula erecta

Height: Spread: Shape:

20-30’ 5-15’ columnar

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

bronze turning dk. green red to yellow -50 F

A columnar form of European Aspen with serrated leaves. Usually brilliant orange/red fall color (sometimes yellow). Very fast growing.

Birch, European White BETULA pendula

Height: Spread: Shape:

40-50’ 20-30’ pyramidal oval

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

dark green yellow -50 F

White bark is very attractive and interesting. Portions of the bark blacken over time, adding more interest to the look of this tree. Deep watering in the fall is recommended for all birch trees.

Birch, Western Red BETULA occidentalis fontinalis

Height: Spread: Shape:

15-20’ 15-20’ rounded

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

glossy green yellow/orange -30 F

A multi-stemmed tree with beautiful cinnamon-colored bark. More resistant to borers than other birch. Prefers moist sites. Deep watering in the fall is recommended for all birch trees.

Chokecherry, Schubert PRUNUS virginiana ‘Shubert’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

15-20’ Fall Color: reddish purple 8-15’ Flower Color: creamy white pyramidal Flower Time: spring green turning Fruit: reddish purple purple Hardiness: -50 F Berries can be used for jam, jellies, pie, sauce and wine. Beautiful foliage from spring through fall.

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Trees Cottonwood, Black POPULUS trichocarpa

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

80-100’ 40-60’ upright green

Fall Color: yellow Flower Color: insignificant Hardiness: -40 F

Green foliage has a light colored underside. Fast grower that needs a lot of room. Naturally occurs in moist/wet soil along streams and rivers.

Crabapple, Brandywine MALUS x ‘Branzam’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15-20’ 15-20’ upright rounded dark green red to purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

rose pink spring yellow/green, 1-1 1/2” -30 F

Large fragrant double blossoms in spring. Dark green foliage has a wine red overcast.

Crabapple, Echtermeyer MALUS x ‘Echtermeyer’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

10-15’ 10-15’ weeping red turning dark green

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow to red purple spring purple/red, 1” -40 F

Excellent weeping form with 1” purple/red fruit in the fall.

Crabapple, Louisa Weeping MALUS x ‘Louisa’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15’ 15’ broad weeping dark green yellow orange

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

true pink spring gold blushed red, 3/8” -30 F

Red flower buds open to true pink flowers on this disease resistant weeping specimen.

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Trees Crabapple, Perfect Purple MALUS x ‘Perfect Purple’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

20’ 20’ rounded deep purple purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

deep pink spring purple/red, 1” -30 F

An excellent purple variety for northern climates. The foliage becomes a dark purple green later in the summer.

Crabapple, Prairifire MALUS x ‘Prairifire’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15-20’ 15-20’ upright rounded dark green yellow to reddish

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

dark rosy spring dark purple, 3/8-1/2” -30 F

Stunning display of flowers. Foliage emerges reddish/maroon maturing to dark green. Persistent fruit.

Crabapple, Radiant MALUS x ‘Radiant’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15-20’ 15-20’ rounded bronze green reddish

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

deep pink spring bright red, 1/2” -40 F

Stunning display of flowers. Reddish brown bark effective in winter. Will not tolerate overwet soils.

Crabapple, Red Jade Weeping MALUS x ‘Red Jade’

Height: 10-15’ Flower Color: pink bud/white flower Spread: 10-15’ Flower Time: spring Shape: weeping Fruit: glossy red, 1/2” Foliage: glossy green Hardiness: -30 F Fall Color: yellow Outstanding display of glossy red fruit in fall. Pink flower buds open white on this gracefully weeping form.

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Trees Crabapple, Royal Beauty Wpg MALUS x ‘Royal Beauty’

Height: 10-12’ Spread: 10’ Shape: weeping Foliage: dark purple Fall Color: orange/red Stunning display of flowers on this small weeping tree.

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

clear pink spring red/purple -50 F

Crabapple, Royal Gem MALUS cv. ‘Fridlund’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

5-8’ 5-8’ compact rounded crimson turning dark green

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow rose red summer dark red -40 F

Developed at Washington State University, this compact form of crabapple is definitely “best in class”.

Crabapple, Royal Raindrops MALUS ‘JFS-KW5’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

20’ 15’ upright spreading purple orange to yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

magenta spring purple -30 F

Cutleaf foliage makes this tree stand out. Fruit is small and persistent.

Crabapple, Royalty MALUS x ‘Royalty’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-15’ 10-15’ upright rounded purple/green dark purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

crimson spring dark red/purple, 5/8” -40 F

Outstanding glossy foliage is purple in spring, purple/green in summer and brilliant purple in fall.

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Trees Crabapple, Spring Snow MALUS x ‘Spring Snow’

15-20’ Height: Flower Color: fragrant white 15-20’ Spread: Flower Time: spring rounded Shape: none Fruit: bright green Foliage: -40 F Hardiness: Fall Color: yellow Masses of fragrant flowers give an outstanding display. A fruitless variety. Fast growing.

Elm, Accolade ULMUS ‘Morton’

Height: Spread: Shape:

70’ 40-50’ upright spreading

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

deep green golden yellow -30 F

Excellent shade tree for streets, driveways and open areas.

Hawthorn, Russian CRATAEGUS ‘Ambigua’

Height: 15-20’ Flower Color: white Spread: 15-20’ Flower Time: spring Shape: irregular Fruit: red Foliage: dark green Hardiness: -30 F Fall Color: yellow This drought tolerant tree is excellent as a clump or single stem. Fruit is small and persistent. It’s small irregular shape makes it ideal for a meditation garden.

Honeylocust, Northern Acclaim GLEDITSIA triacanthos inermis ‘Harve’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

35-45’ 30-35’ upright spreading bright green

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Hardiness:

yellow green spring/summer -40 F

Developed at North Dakota State for winter hardiness. This drought resistant tree has fragrant flowers but no seed pods.

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Trees Honeylocust, Prairie Silk

GLEDITSIA triacanthos inermis ‘Prairie Silk’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

30-40’ 20-30’ rounded bright green

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Hardiness:

yellow green spring/summer -40 F

Originating from Manitoba, Canada this is the hardiest selection of honeylocust available.

Hydrangea, Limelight Tree

HYDRANGEA paniculata ‘Limelight’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6-8’ 8-10’ rounded dark green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white turning pink late summer/fall insignificant -30 F

Flowers are excellent for dried arrangements. A nice, compact tree for small sites. Fast growing.

Lilac, Japanese Ivory Silk

SYRINGA reticulata ‘Ivory Silk’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-20’ 10-15’ compact rounded dark green yellow/green

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

ivory white summer insignificant -40 F

Flowers in large panicles. A small specimen tree. Should be used more in our area.

Lilac, Korean Dwarf Tree SYRINGA meyeri ‘Palibin’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6-10’ 5-6’ dense rounded glossy green yellow

Ideal for use in an area with restricted space.

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Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

whitish pink late spring insignificant -30 F


Trees Lilac, Miss Kim Tree SYRINGA patula ‘Miss Kim’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ 5-6’ dense rounded dull dark green purple/yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

lavender late spring insignificant -40 F

A small, dense specimen tree. Unique fall color display with purple leaves on the outside and yellow leaves on the inside.

Linden, American Sentry TILIA americana ‘McKSentry’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

40’ 25-30’ pyramidal green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

cream summer insignificant -40 F

This exellent shade tree has a uniform branch structure and fragrant flowers.

Linden, Greenspire TILIA cordata ‘Greenspire’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

40-50’ 30-35’ pyramidal dark green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

pale yellow summer insignificant -30 F

Flowers have a spicy fragrance. Leathery leaves. Tree has a broad, dense head.

Linden, Harvest Gold TILIA mongolica ‘Harvest Gold’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

30’ 25’ upright oval green

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Hardiness:

yellow pale yellow summer -40 F

Exfoliating bark and slightly contorted branching add interest to this northern hardy variety of linden. Bark is resistant to sun scald.

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Trees Maackia, Amur MAACKIA amurensis

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15-20’ 12-15’ rounded vase dark green yellow/green

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

creamy white late summer/early fall insignificant -30 F

An unusual tree that blooms at a time when little else does. Shiny brown bark provides winter interest.

Maple, Autumn Blaze ACER x freemanii ‘Jeffersred’

Height: Spread: Shape:

50-60’ 35-40’ oval

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

rich green red -30 F

This maple is a red/silver hybrid. It withstands drought like the Silver Maple and its fall color is comparable to the Red Maple. Fast growing.

Maple, Northwind

ACER x pseudosieboldianum IsINW’

Height: Spread: Shape:

10-15’ Foliage: 10-15’ Fall Color: upright spreading Hardiness:

bronze to green bronze -30 F

This cross between the Korean and Japanese maple emerges with reddish bronze leaves in the spring that turn to green in the summer. It has survived several winters at our 5000 ft elevation nursery in the ground and in pots without any winter damage.

Mountainash, Cardinal Royal SORBUS aucuparia ‘Michred’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

20-30’ 15-20’ upright pyramidal dark green orange/red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring red -50 F

Leaves are rich green above and silvery beneath. Large clusters of red fruit hang on throughout the winter. 13


Trees Mountainash, European - Clump SORBUS aucuparia - clump

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

20-30’ 20-25’ upright rounded dark green orange

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring orange -50 F

This traditional mountainash is best grown as a clump in our climate. Orange fruit is persistent, offering winter and early spring food source for birds.

Ninebark, Diablo Tree PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Diablo’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

8-10’ Fall Color: 8-10’ Flower Color: upright rounded Flower Time: reddish Hardiness: mahogany

reddish purple creamy white spring -40 F

Normally grown as a shrub, this unique fast growing plant makes an excellent small tree specimen.

Oak, Bur

QUERCUS macrocarpa

Height: Spread: Shape:

60-80’ 60-80’ rounded

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

dark green yellow to brown -40 F

Native to eastern North America from Nova Scotia to Texas. This drought and fire tolerant oak has an interesting corky bark that is especially visible in the winter. Slow growing at first.

Oak, Burenglish

QUERCUS macrocarpa x robur

Height: Spread: Shape:

50-70’ 60-80’ broad rounded

A very hardy hybrid oak that tolerates most soils.

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Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

dark green yellow to brown -40 F


Trees Oak, Regal Prince QUERCUS x bicolor ‘Long’

Height: Spread: Shape:

45’ 18’ columnar

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

glossy green yellow to brown -30 F

A wonderful hybrid white oak variety that offers a hardy columnar form for northern gardens.

Oak, Swamp White QUERCUS bicolor

Height: Spread: Shape:

50-60’ 40-50’ pyramidal rounded

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

dark green yellow to brown -30 F

Tolerant of wet or dry soil. This hardy oak developes a great shade canopy with age.

Pear, Mountain Frost PYRUS ussuriensis ‘Bailfrost’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

20-30’ 15-20’ upright rounded glossy green yellow to red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring few -40 F

One of a very few flowering pear varieties hardy enough to survive our high desert winters. White flowers cover the tree in the spring.

Plum, Newport

PRUNUS cerasifera ‘Newport’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15-20’ 15-20’ rounded purple/red purple

A very hardy, ornamental tree with great foliage.

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Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

pink spring purple -25 F


Trees Poplar, Dakota

POPULUS deltoides ‘Dakota’

Height: Spread: Shape:

60-80’ 30-40’ upright oval

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

glossy green yellow -50 F

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

glossy green yellow -40 F

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

silver green yellow -30 F

A long-lived cottonless poplar. Fast growing.

Poplar, Lanceleaf POPULUS x acuminata

Height: Spread: Shape:

45’ 20-25’ upright pyramidal

Valued for its fast growth. This variety is cottonless.

Poplar, Silver POPULUS alba

Height: Spread: Shape:

50-60’ 40-50’ rounded

Maple-like leaves are green with a silver underside. Prone to suckering. Fast growing.

Willow, Golden SALIX alba vitellina

Height: Spread: Shape:

30-40’ 25-35’ rounded oval

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

A fast growing willow with bright yellow branches in winter.

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glossy green yellow -50 F


Trees Willow, Niobe Weeping SALIX alba ‘Tristis’

Height: Spread: Shape:

45-50’ 45-50’ weeping

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

green yellow -30 F

A fast growing Weeping Willow with golden bark. Extremely graceful, it thrives in moist areas. Very wide spreading.

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FruitTrees/Small Fruit Full Sun

Attractive Blooms

Attracts Birds

Deer Resistant

Partial Shade

Cut Flowers

Outstanding Fall Color

Drought Tolerant

Full Shade

Fragrant

Idaho Native

Wet Soil Tolerant

Apple, Semi-dwarf MALUS ssp.

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-15’ 10-15’ rounded bright green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

pink to white spring red, yellow, green -20 F to -45 F

We carry a selection of hardy semi-dwarf apple trees specifically bred to survive and fruit in high elevation conditions. Need two varieties for pollination.

Apricot, Semi-dwarf PRUNUS ssp.

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-15’ 10-15’ rounded glossy green yellow/orange

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

pinkish white spring orange to golden -30 F

Our hardy varieties bloom mid to late April with medium sized, light orange to golden orange fruit in late summer. Good for fresh eating, canning, jams and sauces. Need two varieties for pollination.

Blueberry VACCINIUM ssp.

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-4’ 3’ upright green reddish

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring/summer dark blue -40 to -30 F

Blueberries prefer more acidic soils and require two varieties for pollination. They can be a challenge to grow in our climate but are worth the effort when you pick your first bowl of berries.

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FruitTrees/Small Fruit Cherry, Pie Semi-dwarf PRUNUS ssp.

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-15’ 10-15’ rounded glossy green yellow/orange

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring red to bright red -30 F to -50 F

Because sweet cherries are not hardy in this climate, we carry a selection of hardy pie cherries. Self-fertile. Tart red fruit with firm yellow flesh. Used for pies or canning. Birds will be a fierce competitor for fruit harvest.

Pear, Semi-dwarf PYRUS ssp.

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-25’ 8-20’ upright glossy green red to orange

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring green to yellow/bronze -30 F to -40 F

May blooming, our selection has small to medium fruit, often with a red blush. Ripens early to mid September with firm, juicy, sweet flesh. Some are good for fresh eating and baking while others are better for canning. Nice fall foliage. Need two varieties for pollination.

Plum

PRUNUS ssp.

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-15’ 10-15’ upright broad green yellow/purple

Flower Color: white Flower Time: spring Fruit: yellow to red to blue/black -30 F Hardiness:

Our hardy selection has small to large fruit that is sweet and juicy. Ripening in August and September, they can be used for fresh eating, jams, preserves, freezing or canning. Need two varieties for pollination.

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FruitTrees/Small Fruit Raspberry RUBUS ssp.

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-5’ 5-8’ upright green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring to fall golden, red or black -40 F

Whether you choose a red, yellow, or black fruiting variety you will experience sweet, rich flavor. Good for fresh eating, jams, jellies, preserves, freezing and canning. Vigorous and high-yielding. Some varieties may set fruit spring and fall while others will bear fruit all season. Self-pollinating. Due to suckers, plants spread and grow rapidly.

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Conifers Full Sun

Attractive Blooms

Attracts Birds

Deer Resistant

Partial Shade

Cut Flowers

Outstanding Fall Color

Drought Tolerant

Full Shade

Fragrant

Idaho Native

Wet Soil Tolerant

Fir, Alpine Dwarf

ABIES lasiocarpa arizonica ‘Glauca Compacta’

Height: Spread: Shape:

8-10’ 5-6’ narrow pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

blue -40 F

This dwarf tree has a nice tight habit. Perfect for smaller spaces.

Fir, Corkbark

ABIES lasiocarpa arizonica

Height: Spread: Shape:

30-60’ 20’ narrow pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

This New Mexico native is the blue version of our native Subalpine Fir.

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blue -40 F


Conifers Fir, Fraser ABIES fraseri

Height: Spread: Shape:

30-50’ 20-25’ pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -30 F

An excellent alternative to spruce. This hardy fir has dark green needles with a white underside.

Fir, Korean Silverhair

ABIES koreana ‘Horstmann’s Silberlocke’

Height: Spread: Shape:

10-20’ 8-10’ upright broad

Foliage: Hardiness:

silver green -30 F

Needles curl in to reveal silver undersides. Large cones are purple in spring.

Fir, Subalpine ABIES lasiocarpa

Height: Spread: Shape:

50-100’ Foliage: 20’ Hardiness: narrow pyramidal

dark green -50 F

Short, soft needles on a narrow spire-shaped conifer. Slow growing. Can be difficult to establish.

Fir, White (Concolor) ABIES concolor

Height: Spread: Shape:

40-70’ 20-30’ pryamidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

blue to soft green -40 F

This soft textured tree has longer needles then other fir trees. Once difficult to transplant, this tree is now readily available for landscape use. Native to North Idaho.

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Conifers Larch, European LARIX decidua

Height: Spread: Shape:

50-60’ 20-30’ pyramidal

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

bright green yellow -40 F

New growth emerges bright green in the spring turning slightly darker in the summer. The surprise is the beautiful golden yellow fall color on this deciduous conifer.

Pine, Austrian PINUS nigra

Height: Spread: Shape:

25-50’ 15-25’ open conical

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -30 F

Fast growing. Vigorous, dense grower. Prefers moist soils, but is tolerant of extreme soil sites. Needles are in bundles of two.

Pine, Austrian Oregon Green PINUS nigra ‘Oregon Green’

Height: Spread: Shape:

10-15’ 8-10’ pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -30 F

A dwarf Austrian Pine for smaller spaces. This tree has an attractive unusual texture created by upward turned needles and a full habit.

Pine, Bristlecone PINUS aristata

Height: Spread: Shape:

10-15’ 8-10’ upright irregular

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -50 F

This is the oldest known pine on earth. Extremely slow growing and unique in shape. No two are identical. Can be uniform or irregular. Needles are in bundles of five. Will not tolerate wet soil.

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Conifers Pine, Limber PINUS flexilis

Height: Spread: Shape:

15-30’ 8-15’ broad pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

grey green -30 F

This slow dense grower is excellent for screening the house next door without blocking your moutain view. Will not tolerate wet soil.

Pine, Lodgepole PINUS contorta

Height: Spread: Shape:

30-50’ 10-20’ pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

green/yellow -50 F

A tall, slender straight tree. Sometimes contorted. Needles mostly in bundles of two. Slow growing.

Pine, Mugo - Tree Form PINUS mugo rostrata

Height: Spread: Shape:

10-15’ 6-8’ pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -50 F

An old tree form of Mugo Pine that is returning to favor as a small tree. Perfect for screening the house next door, but not the view of the horizon. Needles are in bundles of two.

Pine, Mugo La Cabana PINUS mugo ‘La Cabana’

Height: Spread: Shape:

15-20’ 10-14’ broad upright

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -50 F

A great windbreak or visual screen with a low mature height and broad habit.

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Conifers Pine, Mugo Tannenbaum PINUS mugo ‘Tannenbaum’

Height: Spread: Shape:

15-20’ 8-10’ pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -50 F

Foliage: Hardiness:

green -40 F

A dense, dwarf tree-like form of Mugo Pine. Slow growing.

Pine, Ponderosa PINUS ponderosa

Height: Spread: Shape:

60-120’ 30-50’ pyramidal

Long needles in bundles of 2 to 3. A dominant species of Western North America.

Pine, Scotch PINUS sylvestris

Height: Spread: Shape:

45-60’ 25-35’ broad pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

bluish green -50 F

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -40 F

Fast growing pine with short needles.

Spruce, Black Hills PICEA glauca ‘Densata’

Height: Spread: Shape:

30-40’ 20-30’ pyramidal

Smaller than the Colorado Spruce. Green foliage and full habit make this a good alternative to larger evergreens.

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Conifers Spruce, Blue Iseli Columnar

PICEA pungens ‘Iseli Fastigiate’

Height: Spread: Shape:

20-30’ 5-8’ upright narrow

Foliage: Hardiness:

blue -50 F

A nice dense columnar form with excellent blue color. We recommend tying this plant for the first few winters to avoid snow load damage to young branches.

Spruce, Colorado PICEA pungens

60-80’ Foliage: 20-30’ Hardiness: broad pyramidal

Height: Spread: Shape:

blue or green -50 F

More often blue than green, this spruce is a widely adaptable and dependable specimen tree for large areas.

Spruce, Norway PICEA abies

Height: Spread: Shape:

60-80’ 30-40’ pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -40 F

Graceful arching branches distinguish this from other spruce. Can grow to 100’ or more and live more than 100 years.

Spruce, Norway Cupressina PICEA abies ‘Cupressina’

Height: Spread: Shape:

15-25’ 5-8’ upright narrow

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -30 F

Strong vertical accent of this spruce makes it a great specimen or boundary plant. We recommend tying this plant for the first few winters to avoid snow load damage to young branches.

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Shrubs Full Sun

Attractive Blooms

Attracts Birds

Deer Resistant

Partial Shade

Cut Flowers

Outstanding Fall Color

Drought Tolerant

Full Shade

Fragrant

Idaho Native

Wet Soil Tolerant

Almond, Flowering PRUNUS triloba

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 8-10’ spreading green yellow bronze

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double pink spring red -50 F

A brilliant show of double pink flowers covers this old fashioned plant each spring.

Azalea, Northern Lights Series RHODODENDRON x ‘Northern Lights’ Series

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-4’ 2-3’ upright rounded green yellow to red

Flower Color: white, yellow, pink, orange Flower Time: spring none Fruit: -30 F Hardiness:

This series of azalea is hardy at higher elevations and offers a selection of flower colors from whites and yellows to pinks and oranges. Fragrant flowers.

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Shrubs Barberry, Crymson Pygmy BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Crymson Pygmy’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 2-3’ broad rounded deep red/purple orange/scarlet

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring red -30 F

Can tolerate part shade, but requires sun for best leaf color. Thorns.

Barberry, Golden BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Aurea’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3’ 3-4’ mounded golden reddish

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring red -30 F

This golden version of barberry offers a alternative to the more common purple leaf barberries. Thorns.

Barberry, Golden Ruby BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Goruzam’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2’ 2’ rounded coral orange red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring red -40 F

This dwarf form has coral orange foliage that is accented with a golden margin later in the season. Thorns.

Barberry, Kobold

BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Kobold’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2’ 3’ mounded dark green orange to yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring red -30 F

Natural mounded shape require little or no pruning. Great for low hedges. Thorns.

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Shrubs Barberry, Orange Rocket BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Maria’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

4’ 18-24” upright orangy red red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring red -30 F

An excellent columnar form with a unique fiery orange-red color all summer.

Barberry, Rosy Glow BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Rosy Glow’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

2-3’ 2-3’ upright, arching cream, pink and burgundy

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

red yellow spring red -30 F

New foliage is an attractive combination of cream, pink and burgundy. Maturing to deep maroon. Thorns.

Boxwood, Chicagoland BUXUS ‘Glenco’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

3-4’ 5’ broad oval deep green

Fall Color: Hardiness:

evergreen -30 F

An excellent cold hardy variety. Bright green spring growth turns deep green during the summer. Excellent low hedge plant. Some protection from winter wind is required.

Buckthorn, Fernleaf

RHAMNUS frangula ‘Asplenifolia’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-18’ 6-10’ upright broad light green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

creamy green spring red turning black -40 F

Very fine textured with unusual long, narrow leaves. Don’t let the name fool you, no thorns here.

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Shrubs Buckthorn, Fine Line RHAMNUS frangula ‘Ron Williams’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-7’ 2-3’ columnar medium green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

creamy green spring black - few to none -40 F

A new introduction that combines the fine foliage of the Fernleaf Buckthorn with the narrow habit of the Tallhedge Buckthorn. Virtually non-invasive. No thorns.

Buckthorn, Sea HIPPOPHAE rhamnoides

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-15’ 8-15’ upright broad silver gray yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring orange -40 F

Narrow, silver gray foliage with an abundance of edible orange fruit gives this plant a striking contrast to anything else in the landscape. Thorns give refuge to hungry birds.

Buckthorn, Tallhedge RHAMNUS frangula ‘Tallhedge’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-12’ 4’ upright narrow glossy green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

creamy green spring red turning black -40 F

One of the best columnar shrubs. May be kept at any height. Fruit ripens in late fall and is a favorite of birds. No thorns.

Buffaloberry, Silver SHEPHERDIA argentea

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-12’ 8-12’ rounded silver insignificant

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

light yellow spring orange red -40 F

Very drought and high pH tolerant. Fruit is edible. Only female plants produce fruit. Thorns.

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Shrubs Burning Bush, Dwarf EUONYMUS alata ‘Compacta’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ 5-6’ upright vase green crimson red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

green/yellow spring red -30 F

A bushy, compact plant with interesting corky bark. Will not tolerate wet soil.

Cherry, Nanking PRUNUS tomentosa

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 10-12’ broad spreading soft green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

pinkish white spring red -50 F

Attractive flower show in the spring is followed by edible fruit in early summer, June - July.

Cherry, Pawnee Buttes PRUNUS besseyi ‘Pawnee Buttes’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15-18” 4-6’ spreading green red/purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

fragrant white spring black cherries -40 F

Nice red fall color. Black summer fruit attracts wildlife.

Chokeberry, Autumn Magic ARONIA melanocarpa ‘Autumn Magic’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

4-6’ 4-6’ broad rounded glossy green red/orange

Black late summer fruit hangs on well into winter.

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Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white to pink spring blackish purple -40 F


Shrubs Chokecherry, Canada Red PRUNUS virginiana ‘Canada Red’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

15-20’ 8-15’ oval rounded green turning purple

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

maroon/purple creamy white spring reddish purple -50 F

New foliage emerges green, turning dark purple-red as it matures. Flowers and fruit are the same as the Native Chokecherry. Fruit is edible.

Chokecherry, Native PRUNUS virginiana

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15-20’ 8-15’ oval rounded green yellow to red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

creamy white spring reddish purple black -50 F

Fragrant flowers are on 3-6” long racemes. Edible fruit is used for making wines, jams and jellies.

Cotoneaster, Cranberry COTONEASTER apiculatus

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 3-6’ dense mounded dark glossy green bright red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

pink early summer bright red -20 F

Attractive late summer fruit persists through winter. Plant this low spreader in a protected area.

Cotoneaster, Peking (or Hedge) COTONEASTER lucidus

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 6-8’ upright rounded dark glossy green yellow to red

A drought tolerant plant that makes a fine hardy hedge.

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Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

pinkish white early summer black -50 F


Shrubs Cranberrybush, American Compact VIBURNUM trilobum ‘Bailey Compact’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ 5-6’ compact rounded rich green bright red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white late spring red -50 F

This plant makes an excellent natural hedge. Attractive flowers are sparse.

Cranberrybush, European Dwarf VIBURNUM opulus ‘Nana’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 2-4’ dense mounded dark green maroon red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring red - rare -30 F

An excellent low hedge that requires no trimming. Will not withstand wet conditions.

Currant, Alpine RIBES alpinum

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-5’ 5-6’ broad rounded rich green yellow to orange

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

greenish yellow spring none -50 F

One of the finest compact shrubs for hedges. It may be trimmed to any desired shape.

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Currant, Red Lake RIBES x ‘Red Lake’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-6’ 3-6’ rounded green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white early summer large bright red -40 F

A vigorous grower. Edible berries ripen mid season and are used for jellies and cooking.

Currant, Yellow Flowering RIBES aureum

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6’ 5-6’ rounded green scarlet

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring black -50 F

Fragrant flowers are followed by edible fruit late in the summer. Idaho native.

Dogwood, Arctic Fire CORNUS stolonifera ‘Farrow’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-4’ 3-4’ upright dark green red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring insignificant -40 F

A compact selection of the Bailey Dogwood. This plant has dark red winter stems and does not sucker. A much better selection than the Isanti Dogwood.

Dogwood, Ivory Halo CORNUS alba ‘Bailhalo’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ 6’ compact rounded green and cream yellow to red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

creamy white early summer white -40 F

Dark red stems last all year. Variegated green and cream colored leaves are outstanding.

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Dogwood, Prairie Fire CORNUS alba ‘Prairie Fire’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

7-8’ 7-8’ mounding golden red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring white -50 F

Golden spring foliage turns yellow to lime green in the summer and turns red in the fall. Orange red twigs in the winter.

Dogwood, Redtwig Bailey CORNUS sericea ‘Baileyi ’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 8-10’ compact rounded green reddish purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white early summer white -50 F

Bright red stems in the winter months set Redtwig Dogwoods apart from all other plants.

Elderberry, Adam’s

SAMBUCUS canadensis ‘Adam’s’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 10-12’ broad rounded bright green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white summer purple/black -40 F

This fast growing plant attracts wildlife and is tolerant of wet areas. Edible berries. Native-like plant.

Elderberry, Black Lace SAMBUCUS nigra ‘Eva’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 8-10’ rounded dark purple red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white early summer black -20 F

Dark purple lacy foliage gives this plant an almost Japanese Maple appearance.

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Shrubs Elderberry, Black Tower SAMBUCUS nigra ‘EIFFEL1’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6-8’ 3-4’ upright burgandy purple to orange

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

pink spring blackish red -30 F

Softly cut edges frame this garden spire. Drought tolerant once established.

Elderberry, Golden SAMBUCUS canadensis ‘Aurea’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 8-12’ broad rounded golden/yellow yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white summer red -40 F

This fast growing plant attracts wildlife and is tolerant of wet areas. Edible berries and golden tinged foliage.

Elderberry, Sutherland Gold SAMBUCUS racemosa ‘Sutherland Gold’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-10’ 5-10’ upright mounded golden green red to yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring scarlet red -40 F

Finely cut leaves emerge copper turning golden green in the summer. Some shade is recommended to prevent leaf burn. Attracts birds.

Forsythia, Meadowlark FORSYTHIA x ‘Meadowlark’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 6-8’ upright arching green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

bright yellow early spring none -40 F

One of the first plants to bloom in the spring. Flower buds hardy to -35 degrees F. This is the best forsythia we have found for our area.

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Shrubs Gooseberry, Pixwell RIBES x ‘Pixwell’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-5’ 3-5’ arching rounded bright green bronze to purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring green turning pink -40 F

Plant produces fruit on 2-3 year old wood. Mid-summer fruit turns pink when ripe and is good for jellies, wine and pie.

Honeysuckle, Dwarf Bush DIERVILLA lonicera

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-4’ 3-4’ spreading mound bronze green sunset scarlet

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow summer none -40 F

This plant has spectacular fall color and is free of disease and insect problems. A native type shrub that is excellent in mass plantings for a natural look.

Hydrangea, Annabelle

HYDRANGEA arborescens ‘Annabelle’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

4-5’ 4-6’ broad rounded dark green

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Hardiness:

yellow white summer -30 F

Large, double white flowers. This plant may die back to the ground like a perennial during winter months and return to its full size the following summer.

Hydrangea, Limelight HYDRANGEA paniculata ‘Limelight’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

6-8’ 5-7’ upright rounded green

Fall Color: yellow Flower Color: lime green Flower Time: late summer to fall Hardiness: -40 F

Rich lime green summer flowers turn shades of pink, burgundy and green in the fall.

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Hydrangea, Quickfire HYDRANGEA paniculata ‘Bulk’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

6-8’ 6-8’ rounded green

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Hardiness:

yellow to brown white to deep pink summer -30 F

Early summer flowers start white then quickly turn to a deep pink and hold until fall.

Lilac, Agincourt Beauty SYRINGA vulgaris ‘Agincourt Beauty’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 8-10’ upright vase green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

single, lavender spring insignificant -50 F

An excellent form of dark purple French Hybrid lilac. This variety has the some of the largest individual flowers of any lilac cultivar.

Lilac, Donald Wyman

SYRINGA x prestoniae ‘Donald Wyman’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 6-10’ upright dense dull green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

single, purple late spring insignificant -50 F

Blooms two weeks later than other lilacs. Attracts butterflies.

Lilac, Fiala’s Remembrance SYRINGA vulgaris ‘Fiala Remembrance’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-12’ 8-10’ upright vase green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

single, lavender spring insignificant -50 F

The best white flower of the French Hybrid Lilac cultivars. These double white flowers are very fragrant. Named after Father Fiala, a renowned lilac breeder and founder of the International Lilac Society.

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Lilac, Miss Kim

SYRINGA patula ‘Miss Kim’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ 3-6’ compact rounded green burgundy/yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

single, lavender late spring insignificant -40 F

Extremely fragrant. Blooms a week after other lilacs. This is the best dwarf form of lilac available for high elevations. Fall color is burgundy on the outside and yellow on the inside. Attracts butterflies.

Lilac, Purple (common) SYRINGA vulgaris

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-12’ 8-10’ upright vase green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

single, lavender spring insignificant -50 F

This is where it all begins. All of the French Hybrid Lilacs have been derived from this plant. Fragrant flowers. Suckers freely. Attracts butterflies.

Lilac, Sensation

SYRINGA vulgaris ‘Sensation’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 8-12’ upright green yellow

Flower Color: single, dark purple w/white lip Flower Time: spring Fruit: insignificant Hardiness: -40 F

This proven hybrid has dark purple flowers with a unique white margin. No fragrance. Attracts butterflies.

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Maple, Bigtooth ACER grandidentatum

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

20-30’ 15-20’ upright green Orange/red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

insignificant spring insignificant -30 F

Usually multi-stemmed. An Idaho native that we grow from seed collected here in the Wood River Valley. Will not tolerate wet soil.

Maple, Ginnala ACER ginnala

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-15’ 15-20’ spreading irregular green orange/scarlet

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring pink to red -40 F

Attractive, deeply cut leaves. Fragrant flowers and brilliant fall color.

Maple, Rocky Mountain ACER glabrum

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15-20’ 10-15’ upright rounded green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

insignificant spring insignificant -40 F

A multi-stemmed native that has been recently rediscovered for its ornamental value.

Maple, Tatarian Hot Wings ACER tataricum

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15-25’ 15-20’ rounded green yellow to purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow early summer red -40 F

Good fall colors. Similar to Ginnala Maple, but with a coarse texture. Large shrub or small tree.

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Mockorange, Blizzard

Shrubs

PHILADELPHUS lewisii ‘Blizzard’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

4-5’ 3’ broad arching green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

fragrant white early summer insignificnt -40 F

Blooms up to four weeks in mid summer. A variety of the Idaho state flower, the Syringa.

Ninebark, Amber Jubilee PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Jefam’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ 4-5’ upright rounded bronze to green red and purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring insignificant -50 F

New spring growth emerges bronze and turns yellow-green to purple during the summer. Full sun brings out the best color.

Ninebark, Dart’s Gold

PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Dart’s Gold’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

4-5’ 4-5’ compact rounded yellow yellow to purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white/pink spring insignificant -50 F

An excellent choice for color contrast. Smaller and slower growing than Diablo Ninebark. Some shade recommended to prevent leaf burn.

Ninebark, Diablo

PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Diablo’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-10’ 8-10’ upright rounded mahogany red reddish purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

creamy white spring insignificant -40 F

An excellent choice for color contrast. No other plant has this unique mahogany coloring. Fast growing. Takes pruning well.

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Shrubs Ninebark, Little Devil

PHYSOCARCUS opulifolius ‘Donna May’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-4’ 3-4’ upright rounded purple red purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white pink spring insignificant -30 F

This dwarf form of purple leaf ninebark also has dwarf foliage giving it a finer texture.

Ninebark, Summer Wine PHYSOCARPOS opulifolius ‘Seward’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ Flower Color: pinkish white 5-6’ Flower Time: spring/summer upright rounded Hardiness: -40 F reddish mahogany red purple

Although quite similar to the Diablo Ninebark, this plants has a more compact form and more finely textured leaves.

Plum, Cistena PRUNUS x cistena

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6-8’ 5-6’ upright oval deep red/purple deep red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

pinkish white spring few-purple -40 F

This plant can tolerate part shade, but requires full sun for best leaf color. Fragrant flowers.

Potentilla, Goldfinger POTENTILLA fruticosa ‘Goldfinger’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3’ 3-4’ broad mounded dark green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow June-frost none -50 F

Compact habit and large showy flowers make this our choice of yellow potentilla.

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Shrubs Potentilla, McKay’s

POTENTILLA fruticosa ‘McKay’s White’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 2-3’ broad rounded bluish green pink to yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white June-frost none -50 F

The best white form of potentilla. Attractive form and foliage color.

Potentilla, Pink Beauty POTENTILLA fruticosa ‘Pink Beauty’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 2-3’’ broad mounded bright green pink to yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

clear pink June-frost none -50 F

The best pink form of potentilla. Flowers hold their color best in cooler climates like ours.

Rose, Austrian Copper ROSA x ‘Austrian Copper’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6-8’ 8-10’ broad arching green yellow/orange

Flower Color: single, fragrant orange and/or yellow Flower Time: spring red Fruit: -20 F Hardiness:

This prolific spring blooming rose often has a mixture of both yellow and copper colored flowers on the same plant. It has been cultivated since the 16th century.

Rose, Cuthbert Grant ROSA x ‘Cuthbert Grant’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3’ 3’ rounded glossy green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double, deep red recurrent red -40 F

This shrubs rose has flowers that are often compared to that of hybrid tea roses.

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Shrubs Rose, Hansa ROSA x ‘Hansa’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-6’ 3-6’ rounded dark green orange/red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double, violet/red recurrent large, red -30 F

Large flowers have a sweet fragrance accented with clove. This rose provides a flower show in the spring, then blooms randomly until fall.

Rose, Hope for Humanity ROSA x ‘Hope for Humanity’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

1.5-2’ 2’ low open glossy green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double, dark red everblooming red -30 F

This everblooming rose was named to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Red Cross Society.

Rose, Marie Bugnet ROSA x ‘Marie Bugnet’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3’ 3’ rounded olive green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double, white recurrent red -40 F

Flowers have a spicy fragrance. Red winter stems provide a nice accent to the snow.

Rose, Morden Blush ROSA x ‘Morden Blush’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 2-3’ rounded dark green yellow/red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double, soft pink recurrent orange/red -40 F

A Parkland Series Rose with large flowers. Blooms from spring until fall with its strongest show in early summer.

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Shrubs Rose, Morden Centennial ROSA x ‘Morden Centennial’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-4’ 3-4’ rounded dark green yellow/red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double, pink recurrent red -40 F

Another Parkland Series Rose with large flowers. Blooms from spring until fall with its strongest show in mid-summer.

Rose, Morden Fireglow ROSA x ‘Morden Fireglow’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 2-3’ upright glossy green reddish

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double, fiery orange recurrent insignificant -30 F

The striking fiery-orange flower color is rare among hardy roses.

Rose, Morden Sunrise ROSA x ‘Morden Sunrise’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 2-3’ upright dark glossy green brownish red

Flower Color: semi-double, orange blend to yellow Flower Time: everblooming insignificant Fruit: -40 F Hardiness:

Very fragrant, uniquely colored semi-double flowers bloom from June to mid September.

Rose, Persian Yellow ROSA x ‘Persian Yellow’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6’ 6-8’ broad arching dark green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

A prolific spring bloomer with small double yellow flowers.

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Rose, Ramblin Red ROSA x ‘RaDramblin’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6-10’ 6’ climber dark green w/red red yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double, red everblooming red -40 F

An improved version of the Henry Kelsey Rose due to the continuous display of even richer red blooms.

Rose, Red Leaf

ROSA rubrifolia glauca

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ 5-6’ broad arching blue/purple purple/red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

single, lilac pink late spring bright purple/red -50 F

A rose valued more for its stunning foliage and stem color than for its flowers. Leaf color is not as impressive in partial shade. This is truly a rose for all seasons. Will not tolerate wet soils.

Rose, Therese Bugnet ROSA x ‘Therese Bugnet’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

4-6’ 4-6’ upright green orange to red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double, deep pink recurrent red -40 F

Large, fragrant flowers from spring to fall with its strongest show in early summer. Attractive red stems in the winter. One of the best hardy roses.

Rose, Westerland ROSA x ‘KORwest’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-12’ 5-8’ climbing glossy green yellow to red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

double, apricot orange everblooming red -30 F

Grown as a climber or rambling shrub. Large double apricot flowers bloom in clusters and have a spicy fragrance.

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Shrubs Rose, William Baffin Climbing ROSA x ‘William Baffin’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6-9’ 6-9’ climbing dark green yellow to red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

semi-double, pink recurrent red -40 F

A pillar-type rose. Double, medium-sized flowers borne in clusters of up to 30 blooms. Winter hardy and can be left on a trellis.

Rose, Winnipeg Parks ROSA x ‘Winnipeg Parks’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 2-3’ upright glossy green reddish

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

semi-double, dark pink everblooming red -50 F

Originating in Canada, this is the most stunning rose of our hardy selection.

Rose, Winter Sunset ROSA x ‘Winter Sunset’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-4’ 3-4’ upright rounded glossy green

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow to red double, amber yellow everblooming red -30 F

Large fragrant blossoms are produced all summer long. An outstanding color for any garden.

Rose, Woods ROSA woodsii

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ 5-6’ upright arching green yellow to red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

single, pink late spring red -50 F

This aggressive suckering and fast growing rose makes an excellent hedge or stabilizer in the naturalized landscape.

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Shrubs

Serviceberry, Lamarck AMELANCHIER lamarckii

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-15’ 10-15’ upright rounded green red,orange,yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring purple black -30 F

Use as a large shrub or small multi-stemmed tree. Fruit is edible if you can get it before the birds do.

Serviceberry, Northline AMELANCHIER alnifolia ‘Northline’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

4-6’ 6-8’ upright mounded green orange to red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring blue purple -40 F

Developed for fruit production in Canada this serviceberry makes an excellent naturalized planting in sun or shade. Edible fruit attracts birds.

Serviceberry, Smokey AMELANCHIER alnifolia ‘Smokey’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

4-6’ 6-8’ upright mounded green orange to red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring blue purple -40 F

Another serviceberry developed for fruit production in Canada. Very similar to Northline, this variety has been preferred by American growers.

Snowberry

SYMPHORICARPOS albus

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ 5-6’ mounding blue/green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

pink summer white -40 F

Dainty flowers followed by large, white fruit clusters in fall that persist through winter. Excellent for holding soil on steep banks and ideal for wildlife habitat. Also an excellent hedge.

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Shrubs Spirea, Ashleaf SORBARIA sorbifolia

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6-8’ 5-10’ upright deep green yellow to rust red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

creamy white late summer insignificant -50 F

Fern-like foliage with large flower plumes. A rapidly spreading multi-stemmed suckering shrub.

Spirea, Fritschiana SPIRAEA fritschiana

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 4-5’ mounding green yellow to purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white late spring insignificant -40 F

Flowers in large flat clusters. Valued for flower effect, shade tolerance and excellent fall color.

Spirea, Glow Girl

SPIRAEA fritschiana ‘Tor Gold’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-4’ 3-4’ rounded lemon-lime orange

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white summer insignificant -40 F

Compact habit doesn’t require pruning. Pink flower buds open white. Lemon-lime foliage holds its color without burning.

Spirea, Goldflame

SPIRAEA x bumalda ‘Goldflame’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

2-3’ 3-4’ mounding golden red to bronze-green

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

reddish/bronze crimson early summer insignificant -40 F New growth emerges bright red turning gold then light green, giving this plant a multi-colored appearance. Pink spring flowers compliment the mix.

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Shrubs Spirea, Magic Carpet SPIRAEA japonica ‘Magic Carpet’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

2’ 2-3’ compact golden red / bronze-green

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

russet red deep pink early summer insignificant -40 F

New growth starts out bright red turning gold and light green. Although this spirea looks like a dwarf form of Goldflame Spirea it is much more desireable due to its clean habit and compact size.

Spirea, Renaissance

SPIRAEA x vanhouttei ‘Renaissance’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6-8’ 8-10’ upright arching green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring insignificant -40 F

An improved version of the Bridalwreath and Vanhouttei Spirea, this plant produces a fountain of pure white flowers in spring.

Spirea, Sem Dwarf SPIRAEA sorbifolia ‘Sem’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-4’ 3-4’ upright spreading pinkish-red to green bronze

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

creamy white summer insignificant -40 F

A compact form of the Ashleaf Spirea. Soft fern-like foliage emerges pinkish-red turning chartreuse in the summer. An outstanding dwarf selection.

Spirea, Snowmound

SPIRAEA x nipponica ‘Snowmound’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-4’ 3-4’ rounded dark green yellow/purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring insignificant -30 F

Branches have an attractive spiky appearance covered in white flowers in the spring and dark green foliage throughout the summer.

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Shrubs Spirea, Superstar

SPIRAEA x bumalda ‘Denistar’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2-3’ 3-4’ rounded dark green bronze to purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

dark pink summer insignificant -40 F

Red spring growth turns dark green in summer. Deep pink flowers continue from early summer until frost. A nice compact grower.

Spirea, Tor Birchleaf SPIRAEA betulifolia ‘Tor’

2-3’ Height: Flower Color: white 3-5’ Spread: Flower Time: mid-late spring compact rounded Fruit: Shape: insignificant dark gray/green Foliage: Hardiness: -40 F Fall Color: orange/red/purple Great foliar texture makes this spirea different from the rest. Removing faded flowers will encourage additional flower blooms.

Spirea, Triumph

SPIRAEA x billardia ‘Triumphans’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

4-6’ 6-8’ uprights light green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

mauve summer insignificant -40 F

Mauve summer flowers set this spirea apart from all others. Attractive to birds, bees and butterflies.

Sumac, Fragrant RHUS aromatica

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-6’ 6-10’ low spreading green scarlet/orange

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring small red berries -40 F

Aromatic foliage when crushed. Excellent for bank retention in hot, dry locations. Roots develop where stems touch the ground.

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Shrubs Sumac, Gro-Low RHUS aromatica ‘Gro-Low’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

2’ 6-8’ wide spreading green scarlet/orange

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring velvety red -40 F

Aromatic foliage when crushed. Great for a hot, dry spot that requires a groundcover.

Sumac, Tiger Eyes RHUS typhina ‘Bailtiger’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

4-6’ 4-6’ upright irregular golden yellow/scarlet

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

green early summer velvety red -30 F

A gold leaf form of the Cutleaf Sumac. Interesting branch structures.

Viburnum, Blue Muffin VIBURNUM denatum ‘Christom’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

5-7’ 4-6’ compact rounded glossy green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring blue -40 F

Eye catching blue fruit covers this compact shrub. Great for hedges or natural areas. Fruit attracts birds.

Viburnum, Mohican VIBURNUM lantana ‘Mohican’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

6’ 6-8’ compact globose dark green purple bronze

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

Orange/red berries in summer turn black in fall. Great coarse textures.

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creamy white late spring orange/red -25 F


Shrubs Viburnum, Nannyberry VIBURNUM lentago

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-20’ 6-10’ upright vase glossy green purple red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring blue black -50 F

Tolerant of sun or shade, wet or dry soil. Great for natural areas. Fruit is attractive to birds.

Viburnum, Wentworth VIBURNUM trilobum ‘Wentworth’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-12’ 10-12’ upright green red to yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white spring red -50 F

A very hardy shrub with lobed leaves and a heavy fruit set. Dark red fruit can be used to make preserves and last into the winter.

Willow, Arctic Blue Dwarf SALIX purpurea ‘Nana’

Height: Spread: Shape:

3-5’ Foliage: 3-6’ Fall Color: upright rounded Hardiness:

blue/gray yellow -40 F

Very dense. A hardy, sturdy grower that responds well to pruning.

Willow, Blue Creek SALIX arenaria

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

2’ 6-8’ low spreading silver/gray

Fall Color: Flower Color: Flower Time: Hardiness:

yellow yellow spring -30 F

Excellent for river bank retention without blocking your view of the river. Tolerant of wet soils.

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Willow, Blue Fox

SALIX brachycarpa ‘Blue Fox’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

3-4’ 3-4’ upright rounded blue gray

Fall Color: Hardiness:

yellow -40 F

A compact willow form with blue gray foliage.

Willow, Coyote/Sandbar SALIX exigua

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-12’ 10-15’ broad rounded blue/gray yellow

Flower Color: insignificant -40 F Hardiness:

Excellent for riparian restoration.

Willow, Dappled

SALIX integra ‘Hakura Nishiki’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

6-8’ Fall Color: 6-8’ Hardiness: rounded spreading variegated pink, white & green

yellow -30 F

New stems are pink and new growth is variegated pink and white followed by green summer foliage.

Willow, Downy SALIX lapponum

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage:

3-5’ 4-6’ low mounding silver/gray

Fall Color: Hardiness:

yellow -40 F

Silver gray foliage has a hairy underside. A nice small mounding willow that offers a great color alternative.

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Shrubs Willow, Flame SALIX spp. ‘Flame’

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-15’ Flower Color: insignificant 10-15’ Hardiness: -40 F upright rounded glossy green yellow

Beautiful yellow to orange/red bark, intensifies in color in the winter. Hardy and more wind tolerant than other willows.

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Full Sun

Attractive Blooms

Attracts Birds

Deer Resistant

Partial Shade

Cut Flowers

Outstanding Fall Color

Drought Tolerant

Full Shade

Fragrant

Idaho Native

Wet Soil Tolerant

Arborvitae, Emerald Green THUJA occidentalis ‘Smaragd’

Height: Spread: Shape:

10-15’ 3-4’ narrow pyramid

Foliage: Hardiness:

bright green -30 F

Although not the hardiest of the arborvitae it is definitely the most attractive. Great for hedges.

Arborvitae, Hetz Midget THUJA occidentalis ‘Hetz Midget’

Height: Spread: Shape:

2’ 2-3’ globose

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -40 F

Slow growing. Does not require any pruning.

Arborvitae, Holmstrup THUJA occidentalis ‘Holmstrup’

Height: Spread: Shape:

8-10’ 3-4’ columnar

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -40 F

A hardy selection that stays shorter than most varieties but still maintains the desired shape.

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Arborvitae, Pyramidal THUJA occidentalis

Height: Spread: Shape:

12-25’ 3-5’ columnar

Foliage: Hardiness:

bright green -40 F

The original parent plant for all other varieties we carry. Faster growing and ultimately taller than its offspring.

Arborvitae, Techny THUJA occidentalis ‘Techny’

Height: Spread: Shape:

12-15’ 6-8’ pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -40 F

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -30 F

A less formal version unless pruned. Very hardy.

Arborvitae, Zmatlik THUJA occidentalis ‘Zmatlik’

Height: Spread: Shape:

6-10’ 3-4’ narrow pyramidal

Discovered in the Czech Republic after the fall of the Berlin wall, this variety has a wonderful ruffled foliage.

Fir, Balsam Dwarf ABIES balsamea ‘Nana’

Height: Spread: Shape:

1.5-2’ 2-3’ globose

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -40 F

This evergreen requires some shade and will not tolerate wet soils. Slow growing.

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Fir, Nordmann Golden Spreader ABIES nordmanniana ‘Golden Spreader’

Height: Spread: Shape:

3’ 5-6’ spreading

Foliage: Hardiness:

golden yellow -20 F

New growth is lime green changing to gold. Great winter accent plant.

Juniper, Blue Chip

JUNIPERUS horizontalis ‘Blue Chip’

Height: Spread: Shape:

6-12” 5-6’ prostrate

Foliage: Hardiness:

blue -30 F

Excellent groundcover for hot spots. Will not tolerate wet soil.

Juniper, Buffalo

JUNIPERUS sabina ‘Buffalo’

Height: Spread: Shape:

12-15” 6-8’ low spreading

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -40 F

Feathery foliage. Will not tolerate wet soil.

Juniper, Calgary Carpet JUNIPERUS sabina ‘Monna’

Height: Spread: Shape:

6-12” 8-10’ spreading

Foliage: Hardiness:

soft green -40 F

A little different texture than other junipers gives this spreader an interesting layered effect. Avoid wet soils.

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Juniper, Moonglow

JUNIPERUS scopulorum ‘Moonglow’

Height: Spread: Shape:

15-20’ 8-10’ broad pyramid

Foliage: Hardiness:

silver blue -30 F

Foliage: Hardiness:

golden yellow -30 F

A great choice for hedges and screens.

Juniper, Old Gold

JUNIPERUS chinensis ‘Old Gold’

Height: Spread: Shape:

3’ 3-5’ mounding

Golden yellow new growth turns medium green with age or shade. An upright spreader with a flattened top. Slow growing. Will not tolerate wet soils.

Juniper, Rocky Mountain JUNIPERUS scopulorum

Height: Spread: Shape:

10-20’ 8-10’ pyramidal

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

green to gray purplish blue -40 F

A Juniper second in hardiness only to its sister plant the Eastern Redcedar. Drought tolerant and wind resistant.

Juniper, Sea Green

JUNIPERUS chinensis ‘Sea Green’

Height: Spread: Shape:

4-6’ 4-6’ upright spreading

Foliage: Hardiness:

An attractive mid-sized Juniper variety. Will not tolerate wet soil.

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green -30 F


Juniper, Sea of Gold

JUNIPERUS x pfterzeriana ‘Monsan’

Height: Spread: Shape:

3’ 4-5’ mounded

Foliage: Hardiness:

green with gold tips -40 F

Bright gold color sets this plant apart from other junipers.

Juniper, Skyrocket

JUNIPERUS virginiana ‘Skyrocket’

Height: Spread: Shape:

15-20’ 3-4’ narrow column

Foliage: Hardiness:

silver blue -30 F

This tall narrow evergreen is great for hedges or a Tuscan look.

Juniper, Tam

JUNIPERUS sabina ‘Tamariscifolia’

Height: Spread: Shape:

2-3’ 6-8’ spreading

Foliage: Hardiness:

green -30

New growth has a subtle blue tint. Will not tolerate wet soil.

Juniper, Wichita Blue

JUNIPERUS scopulorum ‘Wichita Blue’

Height: Spread: Shape:

15-20’ 8-10’ pyramidal

Foliage: Hardiness:

Blue foliage remains bright all year. Will not tolerate wet soil.

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bright blue -30 F


Juniper, Wilton

JUNIPERUS horizontalis ‘Wiltonii’

Height: Spread: Shape:

6” 6-8’ low spreading

Foliage: Hardiness:

silver blue -40 F

The lowest of the spreading junipers.

Larch, Varied Directions LARIX decidua ‘Varied Directions’

Height: Spread: Shape:

10-20’ 8-15’ irregular

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

bright green golden yellow -40 F

Branches grow up, out and eventually down. A deciduous conifer that turns yellow in the fall and drops its needles.

Larch, Weeping LARIX decidua ‘Pendula’

Height: Spread: Shape:

8-12’ 10-12’ mounding weeper

Foliage: Fall Color: Hardiness:

bright green golden yellow -40 F

A deciduous conifer that turns yellow in the fall and drops its needles. Immature cones are an ornamental red maturing to brown.

Pine, Austrian Helga PINUS nigra ‘Helga’

Height: Spread: Shape:

4-8’ 4-8’ globose

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -30 F

Slow growing rounded form of Austrian Pine. Eye-catching white buds against bright green foliage.

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Pine, Mugo Dwarf PINUS mugo var. mughus

Height: Spread: Shape:

6-8’ 5-15’ broad spreading

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -50 F

Stout spreading branches sweep upward. Prune new growth candles to maintain a dense habit. Branches will develop an open, loose form, if left unpruned.

Pine, Mugo Jakobsen PINUS mugo ‘Jakobsen’

Height: Spread: Shape:

3-4’ 4-5’ bonsai globe

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -40 F

This selection from Denmark naturally appears to be a bonsai specimen. Will not tolerate wet soil.

Pine, Mugo Sherwood Compact PINUS mugo ‘Sherwood Compact’

Height: Spread: Shape:

2-3’ 3-4’ globe

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -50 F

A dwarf form of the Mugo Pine that stays smaller than the Slowmound.

Pine, Mugo Slowmound PINUS mugo ‘Slowmound’

Height: Spread: Shape:

3-4’ 3-6’ globose

Foliage: Hardiness:

A low growing variety of Mugo Pine with a naturally dense habit.

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dark green -50 F


Pine, Scotch Beauvron PINUS sylvestris ‘Beauvronensis’

Height: Spread: Shape:

3-5’ 4-8’ globose

Foliage: Hardiness:

green -40 F

A dense form of the Scotch Pine that requires no shearing. Slow growing.

Pine, Scotch Dwarf PINUS sylvestris ‘Pumila’

Height: Spread: Shape:

8-10’ 6-8’ globose

Foliage: Hardiness:

blue/green -40 F

Great for screening what you don’t want to see without blocking your favorite mountain view.

Pine, Scotch Hillside Creeper PINUS sylvestris ‘Hillside Creeper’

Height: Spread: Shape:

2-3’ 10-20’ low spreading

The best groundcover Pine for our climate.

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Foliage: Hardiness:

green -40 F


Spruce, Alberta Dwarf PICEA glauca ‘Conica’

Height: Spread: Shape:

8-10’ 3-4’ tight pyramid

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -30 F

This plant looks very formal without any pruning. Can sunburn in winter.

Spruce, Blue Montgomery PICEA pungens ‘R.H. Montgomery’

Height: Spread: Shape:

5-6’ 5-6’ globose

Foliage: Hardiness:

blue -50 F

Indistinguishable from Globe Blue Spruce. Can be maintained as a globe or allowed to develop into a dwarf tree form.

Spruce, Blue Sester’s Dwarf PICEA pungens ‘Sester’s Dwarf’

Height: Spread: Shape:

6-10’ 5-6’ conical

Foliage: Hardiness:

blue -30 F

This dense spruce has a characteristic “Christmas tree” shape.

Spruce, Norway Acrocona PICEA abies ‘Acrocona’

Height: Spread: Shape:

6-8’ 6-8’ broad arching

Foliage: Hardiness:

green -40 F

‘Acrocona’ means “with terminal cones on the ends of branches.” These unique cones are red when young, turning a standard light brown by the middle of the summer.

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Spruce, Norway Formanek PICEA abies ‘Formanek’

Height: Spread: Shape:

3-4’ 6-8’ irregular weeping

Foliage: Hardiness:

green -40 F

An irregular weeper with a broad skirt. Great for specimen or rock gardens.

Spruce, Norway Pumila Dwarf PICEA abies ‘Pumila’

Height: Spread: Shape:

2-3’ 3-5’ mounding

Foliage: Hardiness:

green -40 F

An improved form of Bird’s Nest Spruce, this plant does not “dish out” in the center. New growth emerges later in the spring making it less prone to spring frost kill.

Spruce, Norway Weeping PICEA abies ‘Pendula’

Height: Spread: Shape:

4-10’ 8-15’ pendulous irregular

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -40 F

Can be staked and grown in an upright habit with a full skirt or left to form a natural, undulating groundcover.

Spruce, Oriental Dwarf PICEA orientalis ‘Nigra Compacta’

Height: Spread: Shape:

3-6’ 3-6’ globose

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark black green -30 F

Short needles and dark black green color provide interest to this compact shrub.

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Spruce, White Weeping PICEA glauca ‘Pendula’

Height: Spread: Shape:

10-20’ Foliage: 4-6’ Hardiness: upright pendulous

gray/green -50 F

The strong vertical accent and weeping branches of this spruce make it a great specimen or boundary plant.

Yew, Citation

TAXUS x media ‘Citation’

Height: Spread: Shape:

8-10’ 3-5’ columnar

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -30 F

Great for hedges, this columnar yew has a soft texture somewhat resembling hemlock foliage. Be aware that leaves, seeds, and bark are poisonous.

Yew, Hick’s

TAXUS x media ‘Hickii’

Height: Spread: Shape:

8-10’ 4’ narrow column

Foliage: Hardiness:

dark green -30 F

Great hedge of border especially for shady areas but very slow growing. Be aware that leaves, seeds, and bark are poisonous.

Yew, Tauton Spreading TAXUS x media ‘Tautoni’

Height: Spread: Shape:

3-4’ Foliage: 3-5’ spreading globose Hardiness:

dark green w/bright green tips -30 F

Needs little trimming. Highly resistant to winter burn. Softer texture than the Dark Green Spreading Yew. Be aware that leaves, seeds, and bark are poisonous.

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Vines & Ground Cover Full Sun

Attractive Blooms

Attracts Birds

Deer Resistant

Partial Shade

Cut Flowers

Outstanding Fall Color

Drought Tolerant

Full Shade

Fragrant

Idaho Native

Wet Soil Tolerant

Clematis CLEMATIS ssp.

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

8-20’ 6-10’ twining vine dull green yellow/purple

Flower Color: white, blue, pink, purple, and bicolors Flower Time: spring to fall none Fruit: -40 F to -50 F Hardiness:

We feature multiple varieties each season. Flowers range from 3” to 8” in diameter. Pruning requirements will change with the variety you choose. Be sure to follow the directions on our picture tags for best results. We recommend mulching all Clematis during the summer to keep roots cool and to conserve moisture. Clematis grow best when their vines and flowers are in the sun and their roots are cool and shaded. 69


Vines & Ground Cover Grape, Riverbank VITUS riparia

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

15-25’ 6-15’ vine / grndcvr green yellow to red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

green summer purple -30 F

Three-lobed leaves. 1/4 - 1/2” edible grapes can be used for jams or jellies.

Honeysuckle, Dropmore Scarlet

LONICERA x brownii ‘Dropmore Scarlet’

Height: 10-12’ Flower Color: scarlet orange Spread: 6-8’ Flower Time: summer to frost Shape: twining vine Fruit: none Foliage: dull green Hardiness: -40 F Fall Color: yellow Round green leaves are surrounded by medium sized trumpet shaped flowers from early summer until late fall. These non-fragrant flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

Kinnickinnick

ARCTOSTAPHYLOS uva-ursi

Height: 2-3” Flower Color: pinkish white Spread: 3-6’ Flower Time: late spring Shape: low spreading Fruit: red Foliage: dark green Hardiness: -40 F Fall Color: red Ground hugging native evergreen that grows best in gravel or sandy areas. Prefers partial shade, but is tolerant of hot, full sun. Will not tolerate wet soils.

Kiwi, Hardy ACTINIDIA arguta

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

10-15’ 6-10’ twining vine green yellow

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

white summer large green -30 F

Female plants produce large edible, dark green fruit that ripen in September. A male and female plant are required for pollenization, so we plant one of each together in the same pot.

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Vines & Ground Cover Oregongrape, Creeping

MAHONIA repens

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

12” 1-2’ low spreading glossy green purple

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

yellow spring blue/black -40 F

Attractive grape-like persistent fall fruit. A slow growing stoloniferous evergreen groundcover.

Vinca Vine VINCA minor

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

3-6” 1-2’ low spreading dark green green

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

blue/violet spring to summer none -30 F

A medium fast grower that will tolerate any soil or light conditions.

Virginia Creeper

PARTHENOCISSUS quinquefolia

Height: Spread: Shape: Foliage: Fall Color:

20-30’ 6-15’ twining vine rich green red

Flower Color: Flower Time: Fruit: Hardiness:

insignificant early summer blue/black -40 F

A rapid grower. New growth is bronze in color. Tolerates just about any kind of soil. Use as a climbing vine or ground cover.

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Annuals & Perennials WEBB offers a diverse selection of annuals and perennials for your high altitude garden. In addition to receiving fresh shipments of plants weekly during peak season, a large portion of our custom ANNUALS are grown right here in our very own greenhouses. With over 30,000 square feet of growing space, we are able to produce high quality hanging baskets, deck pots, inserts and all the basics. You can start small or indulge in instant mature color!

Specializing in PERENNIALS, we strive to find unique cold hardy varieties. We grow over 20,000 cold climate perennials each spring and fall. This enables us to offer the widest selection of hardy perennials available. With four convenient locations, WEBB Nursery & Garden Centers offer unsurpassed quality in plants and accessories for your own personal needs. See page 90 for directions to our Bellevue, Hailey, Ketchum and Twin Falls locations.

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Full Sun

Attractive Blooms

Attracts Birds

Deer Resistant

Partial Shade

Cut Flowers

Outstanding Fall Color

Drought Tolerant

Full Shade

Fragrant

Idaho Native

Wet Soil Tolerant

Full Sun Trees

Alder Ash Aspen Birch Chokecherry Cottonwood Crabapple Elm Hawthorn Honeylocust Hydrangea Tree Lilac Tree Linden Maakia Maple Mountainash Ninebark Tree Oak Pear Plum Poplar Willow Fruit Trees / Small Fruits

Apple Apricot Blueberry Cherry Pear Plum Raspberry Conifers

Fir Larch Pine Spruce Shrubs

Almond

Azalea Barberry Buckthorn Buffaloberry Burning Bush Cherry Chokeberry Chokecherry Cotoneaster Cranberrybush Currant Dogwood Elderberry(except sutherland) Forsythia Gooseberry Honeysuckle Hydrangea Lilac Maple Mockorange Ninebark Plum Potentilla Rose Serviceberry Snowberry Spirea Sumac Viburnum Willow Evergreen Shrubs

Arborvitae Fir Juniper Larch Pine Spruce Yew

Grape, Riverbank Honeysuckle, Dropmore Kinnickinnick Kiwi Oregongrape, Creeping Vinca Vine Virginia Creeper

Partial Shade Trees

Alder Cottonwood Hawthorn Honeylocust Hydrangea Tree Lilac Tree Magnolia Maple, Northwind Fruit Trees / Small Fruits

Blueberry Raspberry Conifers

Fir (except white) Pine, Bristlecone Pine, Limber Pine, Mugo – tree Pine, Mugo Tannenbaum Pine, Mugo La Cabana Pine, Tannenbaum Pine, Scotch Spruce (except colorado) Shrubs

Vines & Ground Covers

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Azalea Barberry, Golden Barberry, Korbold Boxwood Buckthorn (except sea) Buffaloberry Burning Bush Chokeberry


Partial Shade Shrubs cont.

Chokecherry Cotoneaster Cranberrybush Currant Dogwood Elderberry Gooseberry Honeysuckle Hydrangea Lilac, Miss Kim Maple Ninebark, Dart’s Gold Ninebark, Diablo Ninebark, Summer Wine Plum Potentilla Rose, Red Leaf Rose, Woods Serviceberry Snowberry Spirea (all except Goldflame and Magic Carpet) Sumac Viburnum Willow (except dappled) Evergreen Shrubs

Arborvitae Fir Juniper (except calgary carpet and sea green) Larch Pine Redcedar, Eastern Spruce(except white weeping) Yew Vines & Ground Covers

Clematis Grape, Riverbank Honeysuckle, Dropmore Kinnickinnick Kiwi Oregongrape, Creeping Vinca Vine Virginia Creeper

Full Shade Trees

Hydrangea Tree Conifers

Pine, Bristlecone Shrubs

Boxwood Burning Bush Cranberrybush Currant (execpt Red Lake) Hydrangea, Annabelle Serviceberry Snowberry Spirea, Ashleaf Spirea, Fritschiana Spirea, Tor Birchleaf Viburnum Fruit Trees / Small Fruits

Blueberry Evergreen Shrubs

Arborvitae Fir Yew Vines & Ground Covers

Honeysuckle, Dropmore Kinnickinnick Oregongrape, Creeping Vinca Vine Virginia Creeper

Attractive Blooms Trees

Chokecherry Crabapple Hawthorn Hydrangea Tree Lilac Tree Maakia, Amur Mountainash Ninebark Pear Plum

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Fruit Trees / Small Fruits

Apple Apricot Cherry Pear Plum Shrubs

Almond Azalea Cherry Chokeberry Chokecherry Cranberrybush Elderberry Forsythia Hydrangea Lilac Mockorange Ninebark (except Dart’s Gold) Plum Potentilla Rose Serviceberry Spirea Viburnum Vines & Ground Covers

Clematis Honeysuckle, Dropmore Vinca Vine

Cut Flowers Trees

Hydrangea Tree Lilac Tree Shrubs

Forsythia Hydrangea Lilac Roses (most) Spirea, Triumph


Fragrant Trees

Chokecherry Crabapple, Brandywine Crabapple, Spring Snow Honeylocust Lilac Tree Linden Pear, Prairie Gem Shrubs

Azalea Chokecherry Lilac Mockorange Plum, Cistena Rose, Austrian Copper Rose, Cutheart Grant Rose, Hansa Rose, Hope For Humanity Rose, Marie Bugnet Rose, Morden Sunrise Rose, Persian Yellow Rose, Therese Bugnet Rose, Westerland Rose, Winnipeg Parks Rose, Winter Sunset Sumac, Fragrant Sumac, Gro-Low Summersweet

Attracts Birds Trees

Alder Birch Chokecherry Crabapple (except Spring Snow) Hawthorn Lilac Tree Mountainash Pear, Mountain Frost Plum, Newport Fruit Trees / Small Fruits

Apple

Apricot Blueberry Cherry Pear Plum Raspberry Shrubs

Almond Barberry Buckthorn Buffaloberry Burning Bush Cherry Chokeberry Chokecherry Cotoneaster Cranberrybush, American Compact Currant, Red Lake Currant, Yellow Flowering Dogwood Elderberry Gooseberry Maple, Ginnala Plum, Cistena Serviceberry Snowberry Sumac Viburnum Vines & Ground Covers

Grape, Riverbank Honeysuckle, Dropmore Kinnickinnick Virginia, Creeper

Outstanding Fall Color Trees

Ash Aspen Birch Cottonwood Crabapple Elm

Hawthorn Honeylocust Lilac, Miss Kim Tree Linden, Harvest Gold Linden, American Sentry Maple Mountainash Ninebark Tree Oak Pear Fruit Trees / Small Fruits

Apricot Blueberry Plum Shrubs

Almond Azalea Barberry Buckthorn Burning Bush Cherry, Nanking Chokeberry Chokecherry Cotoneaster Cranberrybush Dogwood Gooseberry Honeysuckle, Dwarf Bush Lilac, Miss Kim Maple Ninebark Potentilla Rose Serviceberry Spirea (except Triumph) Sumac Viburnum (except Nannyberry) Willow, Flame Evergreen Shrubs

Juniper, Rocky Mountain Larch Vines & Ground Covers

Virginia Creeper

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Idaho Native Trees

Alder Aspen, Quaking Birch, Western Red Cottonwood Conifers

Fir, Subalpine Fir, White (Concolor) Pine, Limber Pine, Lodgepole Pine, Ponderosa Spruce, Colorado Shrubs

Chokecherry, Native Currant, Yellow Flowering Maple, Bigtooth Maple, Rocky Mountain Mockorange Rose, Woods Snowberry Willow, Coyote/Sandbar Evergreen Shrubs

Juniper, Rocky Mountain Vines & Ground Covers

Grape, Riverbank Kinnickinnick Oregongrape, Creeping

Deer/Elk Resistant Trees

Alder, Mountain Aspen, Quaking Aspen, Swedish Birch, Western Red Chokecherry, Schubert Cottonwood, Black Elm, Accolade Oak Poplar Conifers

Fir Larch Pine, Bristlecone

Shrubs

Barberry Buffaloberry, Silver Buckthorn, Sea Chokecherry, Canada Red Chokecherry, Native Cotoneaster, Peking Currant, Alpine Currant, Red Lake Currant, Yellow Flowering Forsythia, Meadowlark Gooseberry, Pixwell Potentilla Rose, Woods Snowberry Spirea Sumac Evergreen Shrubs

Fir Juniper Larch Yew Vines & Ground Covers

Oregongrape, Creeping Kinnickinnick Vinca

Drought Tolerant Trees

Alder Ash Aspen Chokecherry Cottonwood Crabapple Elm Hawthorn, Russian Honeylocust Hydrangea Tree Lilac Tree Maakia, Amur Magnolia Maple (except Northwind) Ninebark Tree 77

Oak Pear Plum Poplar (except Lanceleaf) Fruit Trees / Small Fruits

Apple Apricot Cherry Pear Plum Raspberry Conifers

Fir Larch Pine Spruce Shrubs

Almond Buckthorn, Sea Buffaloberrry Cherry, Nanking Cherry, Pawnee Buttes Chokecherry Cotoneaster, Peking (or Hedge) Currant Elderberry Gooseberry Honysuckle, Dwarf Bush Lilac Maple Mockorange Ninebark Potentilla Rose, Austrian Copper Rose, Hansa Rose, Marie Bugnet Rose, Persian Yellow Rose, Red Leaf Rose, Woods Serviceberry Snowberry Spirea, Ashleaf Spirea, Sem Dwarf Sumac


Drought Tolerant cont. Evergreen Shrubs

Juniper Larch Pine Spruce (except Alberta Dwarf) Vines & Ground Covers

Grape, Riverbank Kinnickinnick Oregongrape, Creeping Silver Lace Vine Vinca Vine Virginia Creeper

Wet Soil Tolerant Trees

Alder Ash, Mancana Aspen Birch Cottonwood Poplar Willow Fruit Trees / Small Fruits

Blueberry Raspberry

Shrubs

Buckthorn, Sea Dogwood Elderberry Potentilla Rose, Woods Serviceberry Summersweet Viburnum Willow Evergreen Shrubs

Arborvitae Yew, Hicks

Conifers

Pine, Austrian Pine, Austrian Oregon Green Pine, Ponderosa

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Vines & Ground Covers

Grape, Riverbank Vinca Vine Virginia Creeper


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Premier Landscape Design and Construction Webb specializes in building unique and diverse landscape installations that embody this extraordinary valley life and express the personality of our clients. By employing the newest techniques, equipment and highest quality products, we guarantee incredible landscapes that are unmatched in value. Your property is our passion and as an employee-owned business, we carry a strong sense of pride in our work and the satisfaction of clients. We promise to listen and understand your needs, be flexible, adaptive and always reliable.

Hardscapes – Our masterful masons create artistic and functional retaining walls, terraces, driveways, steps and walkways using the most diverse single inventory of stone and pavers in the Northwest. Irrigation Systems – Installed with innovative technology to maximize water efficiency while maintaining healthy greenscapes season after season.

Water Features – If you can dream it, we can build it. Pools, waterfalls, streams, ponds: when it involves water, our team of creative thinkers can install it. Hydroseeding & Bark Blowing – Using our large capacity automated equipment, we can apply a wide variety of seed or mulch in a clean, efficient manner. Hand Selected Trees, Shrubs & Flowers – In collaboration with owners, landscape architects and contractors, we carefully select products for each individual project from our 55-acre nursery.

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WEBB Year Round Property Care Webb’s main objective is providing you with a healthy and beautiful property that endures long after installation. That’s why our Property Services team is on the job week after week, year after year to enhance your property value and protect your landscape investment. With over 40 years of experience under our belt, Webb understands the gardening form, architectural intent and horticultural science behind the shape of your property. Trust the Webb experts to preserve the life of your favorite outdoor spaces.

Full Service Maintenance – Webb custom designs a comprehensive maintenance

plan for every property. We pre-schedule all services including lawn and plant nutrition, pest control, corrective pruning and tree care, mowing, garden maintenance, annual color installation and irrigation repair. We also welcome special requests from our clients. By keeping our support options flexible, we can accommodate a diverse range of your property needs.

Regular Supervisor Visits – We maintain several supervisors in the field to monitor quality control through crew performance checks, plant and turf health inspections, irrigation system operation checks and overall property management.

Expert Team – Within a staff of 180 supervisors, foremen and crew, the Webb team includes on-staff horticulturists, arborists and specialized technicians. We believe in improvement through education and strive to be the leader in new knowledge and innovation. Employee Owned – In every Webb employee you will find a passionate and

hardworking person who is dedicated to customer satisfaction. And as an employeeowned business, you can expect the same quality, integrity and professionalism for many years to come.

Emergency Response – You can reach us by calling our office or the 24/7 emergency line at 208-720-8070 for rapid response and professional results.

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Customer Terms Wood River Valley Deliveries:

$50 within the Big Wood River Valley (This is defined as Timmerman Hill to the SNRA on Hwy 75 and Queens Crown to Stanton’s Crossing on Hwy 20. Special conditions may apply to individual county roads). There is a $3 per loaded mile fee for deliveries outside the Big Wood River Valley. Any item requiring special handling, placement or more than one person to deliver will be charged $50 per man-hour according to the staff needed. Drivers will deliver materials to your site where the truck can gain reasonable access. Transporting or placing product on site is considered “special handling”.

Bulk Items: Bark, Soil Pep, Compost, Etc. $50 delivery (per trip) to each drop-site within the Big Wood River Valley Plant Materials: Flats & Container Plants up to 15 gallon (a loader is not required for this product) $50 delivery in the Big Wood River Valley for one drop.

Ball & Burlap Plant Material: (a loader is required for this product) $50 delivery in the Big Wood River Valley for one drop if a WEBB loader is not required. If you do not have a loader, we will provide one at an additional $85 per hour with a one-hour minimum.

Palletized Items, Boulders, Statuary, Etc.: (a loader is required for this product) $50 delivery in the Big Wood River Valley for one drop if a WEBB loader is not required. If you do not have a loader, we will provide one at an additional $85 per hour with a one-hour minimum.

Preferred Customer Discount: Ask about our preferred customer program.

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Customer Terms

Special Orders & Holds:

Any orders made through us to other growers/nurseries/suppliers must be paid in full at the time of the order. We cannot guarantee such stock as to condition, survival or health at the time of purchase or thereafter. Please have special orders picked up as soon as possible. Any stock put on HOLD must be prepaid in full. All HOLD material must be picked up within 30 days. Products purchased and held at our garden centers will be untagged and returned to inventory after 30 days. No credits will be given on restocked items.

Credits/Returns:

We DO NOT give cash refunds on credit cards. Credits and returns must have manager’s approval. In-store gift cards will be given towards future purchases. Nursery pot returns are given credit (not cash). Returns may be subject to a 20% restocking fee.

Guarantees:

NOTE: 99% of all plant mortality for new installs is due to lack of water. DO NOT LET YOUR NEW PLANTS DRY OUT. Remember to keep your soil moist for the first year of your new plant’s life. This means your new plants need water daily for the first growing season. This guarantee is limited to a one time replacement per plant purchase. WEBB will replace hardy trees and shrubs that do not survive within 6 months from purchase date at 100% of purchase price (with a purchase receipt). If customer purchases our “Extended Guarantee Package” WEBB will extend the shrub and tree guarantee to one full year. Perennial, annual, tropical and house plants are not guaranteed. Trees and shrubs planted in decorative above ground containers should be treated as annuals and are not guaranteed to survive our winters. We guarantee that all stock is healthy and in a viable condition at the time of sale. No other guarantees are expressed or implied. “Managers Specials”, weekly sales and any other discount sales will be conditional and DO NOT qualify for guarantees (including contractor discounts).

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U.S.D.A. Hardiness Chart Idaho Chart

Approximate range of average annual minimum temperatures for each zone.

AVERAGE ANNUAL MINIMUM TEMPERATURE

Temperature (°C)

–45.6 and Below 1 –42.8 to –45.5 2A –40.0 to –42.7 2B –37.3 to –40.0 3A –34.5 to –37.2 3B –31.7 to – 34.4 4A –28.9 to –31.6 4B –26.2 to –28.8 5A –23.4 to –26.1 5B –20.6 to –23.3 6A –17.8 to –20.5 6B –15.0 to –17.7 7A –12.3 to –15.0 7B ­–9.5 to –12.2 8A –6.7 to –9.4 8B –3.9 to –6.6 9A –1.2 to –3.8 9B 1.6 to –1.1 10A

4.4 to 1.7 10B 4.5 and Above 11

Zone Temperature (°F) Below –50 –45 to –50 –40 to –45 –35 to –40 –30 to –35 –25 to –30 –20 to –25 –15 to –20 –10 to –15 –5 to –10 0 to –5 5 to 0 10 to 5 15 to 10 20 to 15 25 to 20 30 to 25 35 to 30

Temperatures on the chart are based on average minimum temperatures. Extremes may and do exist in each zone. Keep in mind that these hardiness zones are relative only. The weather and climate are not finite. Occasionally, plants which might be hardy in Zone 4, for example, might die over winter in an area listed as being Zone 5 (a warmer climate) because of a quirk of that particular winter and location. Our valleys hardiness ranges from 3A to 4B depending on location and microclimate.

40 to 35 40 and Above

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Index ABIES balsamea ‘Nana’ . . . . . . . .

59

Birch, European White . . . . . . . . . . 6

Dogwood, Arctic Fire . . . . . . . . . . 36

ABIES concolor . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Birch, Western Red . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Dogwood, Ivory Halo . . . . . . . . . . 36

ABIES fraseri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Blueberry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Dogwood, Prairie Fire . . . . . . . . . . 37

ABIES koreana ‘Horstmann’s Silberlocke’ 23

Boxwood, Chicagoland . . . . . . . . . 31

Dogwood, Redtwig Bailey . . . . . . . .37

ABIES lasiocarpa . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Buckthorn, Fernleaf . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Elderberry, Adam’s . . . . . . . . . . . 37

ABIES lasiocarpa arizonica . . . . . . . 22

Buckthorn, Fine Line . . . . . . . . . . 32

Elderberry, Black Lace . . . . . . . . . 37

ABIES lasiocarpa arizonica ‘Glauca Compacta’ 22

Buckthorn, Sea . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Elderberry, Black Tower . . . . . . . . 38

ABIES nordmanniana ‘Golden Spreader’ 60

Buckthorn, Tallhedge . . . . . . . . .

32

Elderberry, Golden . . . . . . . . . . . 38

ACER ginnala . . . . . . . . . . . . .

42

Buffaloberry, Silver . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Elderberry, Sutherland Gold . . . . . . 38

ACER glabrum . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Burning Bush, Dwarf . . . . . . . . . . 33

Elm, Accolade . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

ACER grandidentatum . . . . . . . . . 42

BUXUS ‘Glenco’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

EUONYMUS alata ‘Compacta’ . . . . . 33

ACER tataricum . . . . . . . . . . . .

42

Cherry, Nanking . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Fir, Alpine Dwarf . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

ACER x freemanii ‘Jeffersred’ . . . . . . 13

Cherry, Pawnee Buttes . . . . . . . . . 33

Fir, Balsam Dwarf . . . . . . . . . . . 59

ACER x pseudosieboldianum IsINW’ . . 13

Cherry, Pie Semi-dwarf . . . . . . . .

20

Fir, Corkbark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

ACTINIDIA arguta . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Chokeberry, Autumn Magic . . . . . . 33

Fir, Fraser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

Alder, Mountain . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Chokecherry, Canada Red . . . . . . . .34

Fir, Korean Silverhair . . . . . . . . . . 23

Almond, Flowering . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Chokecherry, Native . . . . . . . . . . 34

Fir, Nordmann Golden Spreader . . . . 60

ALNUS incana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Chokecherry, Schubert . . . . . . . . . . 6

Fir, Subalpine . . . . . . . . . . . . .

AMELANCHIER alnifolia ‘Northline’ . .

Clematis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

Fir, White (Concolor) . . . . . . . . . . .23

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23

AMELANCHIER alnifolia ‘Smokey’ . . . 50

CLEMATIS ssp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

FORSYTHIA x ‘Meadowlark’ . . . . . . 38

AMELANCHIER lamarckii . . . . . . . . 50

CORNUS alba ‘Bailhalo’ . . . . . . . . 36

Forsythia, Meadowlark . . . . . . . . . 38

Apple, Semi-dwarf . . . . . . . . . . . 19

CORNUS alba ‘Prairie Fire’ . . . . . . . 37

FRAXINUS mandshurica ‘mancana’ . . . 4

Apricot, Semi-dwarf . . . . . . . . . . 19

CORNUS sericea ‘Baileyi’ . . . . . . . . 37

GLEDITSIA triacanthos inermis ‘Harve’ . 10

Arborvitae, Emerald Green . . . . . . . 58

CORNUS stolonifera ‘Farrow’ . . . . . . 36

GLEDITSIA triacanthos inermis ‘Prairie Silk’ 11

Arborvitae, Hetz Midget . . . . . . . .

58

COTONEASTER apiculatus . . . . . . . 34

Gooseberry, Pixwell . . . . . . . . . .

Arborvitae, Holmstrup . . . . . . . . . 58

COTONEASTER lucidus . . . . . . . . . 34

Grape, Riverbank . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Arborvitae, Pyramidal . . . . . . . . .

39

Cotoneaster, Cranberry . . . . . . . . . 34

Hawthorn, Russian . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Arborvitae, Zmatlik . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Cotoneaster, Peking (or Hedge) . . . .

34

HIPPOPHAE rhamnoides . . . . . . . . 32

ARCTOSTAPHYLOS uva-ursi . . . . . . 70

Cottonwood, Black . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Honeylocust, Northern Acclaim . . . . . 10

ARONIA melanocarpa ‘Autumn Magic’ . 33

Crabapple, Brandywine . . . . . . . . . . 7

Honeylocust, Prairie Silk . . . . . . . . 11

Ash, Mancana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Crabapple, Echtermeyer . . . . . . . . . 7

Honeysuckle, Dropmore Scarlet . . . . 70

Aspen, Quaking . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Crabapple, Louisa Weeping . . . . . . . 7

Honeysuckle, Dwarf Bush . . . . . . . 39

Aspen, Swedish . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Crabapple, Perfect Purple . . . . . . . . . 8

HYDRANGEA arborescens ‘Annabelle’ . 39

Azalea, Northern Lights Series . . . . . 29

Crabapple, Prairifire . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

HYDRANGEA paniculata ‘Bulk’ . . . . . 40 HYDRANGEA paniculata ‘Limelight Tree’ 11

59

Barberry, Crymson Pygmy . . . . . . . 30

Crabapple, Radiant . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Barberry, Golden . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Crabapple, Red Jade Weeping . . . . . . 8

HYDRANGEA paniculata ‘Limelight’ . .

Barberry, Golden Ruby . . . . . . . . . 30

Crabapple, Royal Beauty Weeping . . . . 9

Hydrangea, Annabelle . . . . . . . . . 39

Barberry, Kobold . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Crabapple, Royal Gem . . . . . . . . . . 9

Hydrangea, Limelight . . . . . . . . .

Barberry, Orange Rocket . . . . . . . . 31

Crabapple, Royal Raindrops . . . . . . . 9

Hydrangea, Limelight Tree . . . . . . . 11

Barberry, Rosy Glow . . . . . . . . . . .31

Crabapple, Royalty . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Hydrangea, Quickfire . . . . . . . . . . 40

BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Aurea’ . . . . . . 30

Crabapple, Spring Snow . . . . . . . . .10

Juniper, Blue Chip . . . . . . . . . . . 60

BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Crymson Pygmy’ 30

Cranberrybush, American Compact . . 35

Juniper, Buffalo . . . . . . . . . . . .

60

BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Goruzam’ . . . . 30

Cranberrybush, European Dwarf . . . . 35

Juniper, Calgary Carpet . . . . . . . .

60

BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Kobold’ . . . . . 30

CRATAEGUS ‘Ambigua’ . . . . . . . . . 10

Juniper, Moonglow . . . . . . . . . . . 61

39 39

BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Maria’ . . . . . . 31

Currant, Alpine . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

Juniper, Old Gold . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

BERBERIS thunbergii ‘Rosy Glow’ . . . .31

Currant, Red Lake . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Juniper, Rocky Mountain . . . . . . . . 61

BETULA occidentalis fontinalis . . . . . . 6

Currant, Yellow Flowering . . . . . . .

36

Juniper, Sea Green . . . . . . . . . . . 61

BETULA pendula . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

DIERVILLA lonicera . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Juniper, Sea of Gold . . . . . . . . . . 62

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Index Juniper, Skyrocket . . . . . . . . . . . 62

MALUS x ‘Radiant’ . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

PICEA pungens ‘Sester’s Dwarf’ . . . . 66

Juniper, Tam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

MALUS x ‘Red Jade’ . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Pine, Austrian . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Juniper, Wichita Blue . . . . . . . . .

62

MALUS x ‘Royal Beauty’ . . . . . . . . . 9

Pine, Austrian Helga . . . . . . . . . . 63

Juniper, Wilton . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

MALUS x ‘Royalty’ . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Pine, Austrian Oregon Green . . . . . . 24

JUNIPERUS chinensis ‘Old Gold’ . . . . 61

MALUS x ‘Spring Snow’ . . . . . . . . .10

Pine, Bristlecone . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

JUNIPERUS chinensis ‘Sea Green’ . . . 61

Maple, Autumn Blaze . . . . . . . . . . 13

Pine, Limber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

JUNIPERUS horizontalis ‘Blue Chip’ . . 60

Maple, Bigtooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Pine, Lodgepole . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

JUNIPERUS horizontalis ‘Wiltonii’ . . . 63

Maple, Ginnala . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Pine, Mugo - Tree Form . . . . . . . .

JUNIPERUS sabina ‘Buffalo’ . . . . . . 60

Maple, Northwind . . . . . . . . . . . .13

Pine, Mugo Dwarf . . . . . . . . . . . .64

JUNIPERUS sabina ‘Monna’ . . . . . . 60

Maple, Rocky Mountain . . . . . . . . .42

Pine, Mugo Jakobsen . . . . . . . . . .64

JUNIPERUS sabina ‘Tamariscifolia’ . .

62

Maple, Tatarian Hot Wings . . . . . . . 42

Pine, Mugo La Cabana . . . . . . . . . 25

JUNIPERUS scopulorum . . . . . . . . .61

Mockorange, Blizzard . . . . . . . . . 43

Pine, Mugo Sherwood Compact . . . . 64

JUNIPERUS scopulorum ‘Moonglow’ . .61

Mountainash, Cardinal Royal . . . . . . 13

Pine, Mugo Slowmound . . . . . . . . .64

JUNIPERUS scopulorum ‘Wichita Blue’ 62

Mountainash, European - Clump . . . . 14

Pine, Mugo Tannenbaum . . . . . . . 26

JUNIPERUS virginiana ‘Skyrocket’ . . . 62

Ninebark, Amber Jubilee . . . . . . . . 43

Pine, Ponderosa . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

JUNIPERUS x pfterzeriana ‘Monsan’ . . 62

Ninebark, Dart’s Gold . . . . . . . . . 43

Pine, Scotch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Kinnickinnick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Ninebark, Diablo . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Pine, Scotch Beauvron . . . . . . . . . 65

Kiwi, Hardy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Ninebark, Diablo Tree . . . . . . . . . .14

Pine, Scotch Dwarf . . . . . . . . . . . 65

Larch, European . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

Ninebark, Little Devil . . . . . . . . . . 44

Pine, Scotch Hillside Creeper . . . . .

Larch, Varied Directions . . . . . . . . 63

Ninebark, Summer Wine . . . . . . . . 44

PINUS aristata . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Larch, Weeping . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

Oak, Bur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

PINUS contorta . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

LARIX decidua . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

Oak, Burenglish . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

PINUS flexilis . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

LARIX decidua ‘Pendula’ . . . . . . . . 63

Oak, Regal Prince . . . . . . . . . . . .15

PINUS mugo ‘Jakobsen’ . . . . . . . . .64

LARIX decidua ‘Varied Directions’ . . . 63

Oak, Swamp White . . . . . . . . . . . 15

PINUS mugo ‘La Cabana’ . . . . . . . 25

Lilac, Agincourt Beauty . . . . . . . . . 40

Oregongrape, Creeping . . . . . . . . . 71

PINUS mugo ‘Sherwood Compact’ . . . 64

Lilac, Donald Wyman . . . . . . . . . . 40

PARTHENOCISSUS quinquefolia . . . . 71

PINUS mugo ‘Slowmound’ . . . . . . . 64

Lilac, Fiala’s Remembrance . . . . . . 40

Pear, Mountain Frost . . . . . . . . . . .15

PINUS mugo ‘Tannenbaum’ . . . . . . 26

Lilac, Japanese Ivory Silk . . . . . . . . 11

Pear, Semi-dwarf . . . . . . . . . . . 20

PINUS mugo rostrata . . . . . . . . . . 25

Lilac, Korean Dwarf Tree . . . . . . . . 11

PHILADELPHUS lewisii ‘Blizzard’ . . . . 43

PINUS mugo var. mughus . . . . . . . .64

Lilac, Miss Kim . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Dart’s Gold’ 43

PINUS nigra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

Lilac, Miss Kim Tree . . . . . . . . . . 12

PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Diablo Tree’ 14

PINUS nigra ‘Helga’ . . . . . . . . . . 63

Lilac, Purple (common) . . . . . . . . . 41

PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Diablo’ . . . 43

PINUS nigra ‘Oregon Green’ . . . . . . .24

Lilac, Sensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

PHYSOCARCUS opulifolius ‘Donna May’ 44

PINUS ponderosa . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Linden, American Sentry . . . . . . . . 12

PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Jefam’ . . . 43

PINUS sylvestris . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Linden, Greenspire . . . . . . . . . . . 12

PHYSOCARPOS opulifolius ‘Seward’ . . 44

PINUS sylvestris ‘Beauvronensis’ . . . . 65

Linden, Harvest Gold . . . . . . . . . . 12

PICEA abies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

PINUS sylvestris ‘Hillside Creeper’ . . . 65

LONICERA x brownii ‘Dropmore Scarlet’ 70

PICEA abies ‘Acrocona’ . . . . . . . . 66

PINUS sylvestris ‘Pumila’ . . . . . . . 65

Maackia, Amur . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

PICEA abies ‘Cupressina’ . . . . . . . .27

Plum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

MAACKIA amurensis . . . . . . . . . . 13

PICEA abies ‘Formanek’ . . . . . . . . .67

Plum, Cistena . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44

MAHONIA repens . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

PICEA abies ‘Pendula’ . . . . . . . . . 67

Plum, Newport . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

MALUS cv. ‘Fridlund’ . . . . . . . . . . . 9

PICEA abies ‘Pumila’ . . . . . . . . . . 67

Poplar, Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

MALUS ‘JFS-KW5’ . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

PICEA glauca ‘Conica’ . . . . . . . . . 66

Poplar, Lanceleaf . . . . . . . . . . . .16

MALUS ssp ‘Apple’ . . . . . . . . . . . 19

PICEA glauca ‘Densata’ . . . . . . . .

26

Poplar, Silver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

MALUS x ‘Branzam’ . . . . . . . . . . . 7

PICEA glauca ‘Pendula’ . . . . . . . . 68

POPULUS alba . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

MALUS x ‘Echtermeyer’ . . . . . . . . . 7

PICEA orientalis ‘Nigra Compacta’ . . . 67

POPULUS deltoides ‘Dakota’ . . . . . . 16

MALUS x ‘Louisa’ . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

PICEA pungens . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

POPULUS tremula erecta . . . . . . . . . 6

MALUS x ‘Perfect Purple’ . . . . . . . . 8

PICEA pungens ‘Iseli Fastigiate’ . . . . 27

POPULUS tremuloides . . . . . . . . . . 4

MALUS x ‘Prairifire’ . . . . . . . . . . . 8

PICEA pungens ‘R.H. Montgomery’ . .

POPULUS trichocarpa . . . . . . . . . . 7

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66

24

25

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Index POPULUS x acuminata . . . . . . . . . 16

ROSA x ‘Persian Yellow’ . . . . . . . . .47

SPIRAEA fritschiana ‘Tor Gold’ . . . . . 51

POTENTILLA fruticosa ‘Goldfinger’ . . . 44

ROSA x ‘RaDramblin’ . . . . . . . . .

48

SPIRAEA fritschiana . . . . . . . . . . .51

POTENTILLA fruticosa ‘McKay’s White’ . 45

ROSA x ‘Therese Bugnet’ . . . . . . .

48

SPIRAEA japonica ‘Magic Carpet’ . . . .52

POTENTILLA fruticosa ‘Pink Beauty’ . . 45

ROSA x ‘William Baffin’ . . . . . . . .

49

Potentilla, Goldfinger . . . . . . . . . . 44

ROSA x ‘Winnipeg Parks’ . . . . . . . . 49

SPIRAEA x billardia ‘Triumphans’ . . .

Potentilla, McKay’s . . . . . . . . . . . 45

ROSA x ‘Winter Sunset’ . . . . . . . . . 49

SPIRAEA x bumalda ‘Denistar’ . . . . . 53

SPIRAEA sorbifolia ‘Sem’ . . . . . . . .52 53

Potentilla, Pink Beauty . . . . . . . . . 45

Rose, Austrian Copper . . . . . . . . . 45

SPIRAEA x bumalda ‘Goldflame’ . . . . 51

PRUNUS besseyi ‘Pawnee Buttes’ . . . 33

Rose, Cuthbert Grant . . . . . . . . . . 45

SPIRAEA x nipponica ‘Snowmound’ . . 52

PRUNUS cerasifera ‘Newport’ . . . . . 15

Rose, Hansa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

SPIRAEA x vanhouttei ‘Renaissance’ . .52

PRUNUS ssp ‘Apricot’. . . . . . . . . . .19

Rose, Hope for Humanity . . . . . . .

Spirea, Ashleaf . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

PRUNUS ssp ‘Cherry’ . . . . . . . . . . 20

Rose, Marie Bugnet . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Spirea, Fritschiana . . . . . . . . . . . 51

PRUNUS ssp ‘Plum’ . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Rose, Morden Blush . . . . . . . . . . 46

Spirea, Glow Girl . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

PRUNUS tomentosa . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Rose, Morden Centennial . . . . . . . . 47

Spirea, Goldflame . . . . . . . . . . . .51

PRUNUS triloba . . . . . . . . . . . .

29

Rose, Morden Fireglow . . . . . . . . . 47

Spirea, Magic Carpet . . . . . . . . . . 52

PRUNUS virginiana . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Rose, Morden Sunrise . . . . . . . . . 47

Spirea, Renaissance . . . . . . . . . . 52

PRUNUS virginiana ‘Canada Red’ . . . . 34

Rose, Persian Yellow . . . . . . . . . . 47

Spirea, Sem Dwarf . . . . . . . . . . . 52

PRUNUS virginiana ‘Shubert’ . . . . . . 6

Rose, Ramblin Red . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Spirea, Snowmound . . . . . . . . . . .52

PRUNUS x cistena . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Rose, Red Leaf . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Spirea, Superstar . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

PYRUS ssp ‘Pear’. . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Rose, Therese Bugnet . . . . . . . . . 48

Spirea, Tor Birchleaf . . . . . . . . . . .53

PYRUS ussuriensis ‘Bailfrost’ . . . . . . 15

Rose, Westerland . . . . . . . . . . .

QUERCUS bicolor . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Rose, William Baffin Climbing . . . . . 49

Spruce, Alberta Dwarf . . . . . . . . . 66

46

48

Spirea, Triumph . . . . . . . . . . . .

53

QUERCUS macrocarpa . . . . . . . . . .14

Rose, Winnipeg Parks . . . . . . . . . 49

Spruce, Black Hills . . . . . . . . . . . 26

QUERCUS macrocarpa x robur . . . . . 14

Rose, Winter Sunset . . . . . . . . . . 49

Spruce, Blue Iseli Columnar . . . . . . .27

QUERCUS x bicolor ‘Long’ . . . . . . . 15

Rose, Woods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Spruce, Blue Montgomery . . . . . . . 66

Raspberry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

RUBUS ssp ‘Raspberry’ . . . . . . . . . 21

Spruce, Blue Sester’s Dwarf . . . . . . 66

RHAMNUS frangula ‘Asplenifolia’ . . .

32

SALIX alba ‘Tristis’ . . . . . . . . . . . .17

Spruce, Colorado . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

RHAMNUS frangula ‘Ron Williams’ . . . 32

SALIX alba vitellina . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Spruce, Norway . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

RHAMNUS frangula ‘Tallhedge’ . . . .

SALIX arenaria . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Spruce, Norway Acrocona . . . . . . . 66

RHODODENDRON x ‘Northern Lights’ . 29

SALIX brachycarpa ‘Blue Fox’ . . . . .

56

Spruce, Norway Cupressina . . . . . . .27

RHUS aromatica . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

SALIX exigua . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Spruce, Norway Formanek . . . . . . . 67

RHUS aromatica ‘Gro-Low’ . . . . . .

54

SALIX integra ‘Hakura Nishiki’ . . . . . 56

Spruce, Norway Pumila Dwarf . . . . . 67

RHUS typhina ‘Bailtiger’ . . . . . . . . .54

SALIX lapponum . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Spruce, Norway Weeping . . . . . . . . 67

RIBES alpinum . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

SALIX purpurea ‘Nana’ . . . . . . . . . 55

Spruce, Oriental Dwarf . . . . . . . . . 67

RIBES aureum . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

SALIX spp. ‘Flame’ . . . . . . . . . . . .57

Spruce, White Weeping . . . . . . . . 68

RIBES x ‘Pixwell’ . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

SAMBUCUS canadensis ‘Adam’s’ . . . .37

Sumac, Fragrant . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

RIBES x ‘Red Lake’ . . . . . . . . . .

SAMBUCUS canadensis ‘Aurea’ . . . . 38

Sumac, Gro-Low . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

ROSA rubrifolia glauca . . . . . . . . . 48

SAMBUCUS nigra ‘EIFFEL1’ . . . . . .

Sumac, Tiger Eyes . . . . . . . . . . . 54

ROSA woodsii . . . . . . . . . . . . .

49

SAMBUCUS nigra ‘Eva’ . . . . . . . . .37

SYMPHORICARPOS albus . . . . . . . 50

ROSA x ‘Austrian Copper’ . . . . . . .

45

SAMBUCUS racemosa ‘Sutherland Gold’ 38

SYRINGA meyeri ‘Palibin Tree’ . . . . . 11

ROSA x ‘Cuthbert Grant’ . . . . . . . . 45

Serviceberry, Lamarck . . . . . . . . . 50

SYRINGA patula ‘Miss Kim Tree’ . . . . 12

ROSA x ‘Hansa’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Serviceberry, Northline . . . . . . . . . 50

SYRINGA patula ‘Miss Kim’ . . . . . . .41

ROSA x ‘Hope for Humanity’ . . . . . . 46

Serviceberry, Smokey . . . . . . . . . 50

SYRINGA reticulata ‘Ivory Silk’ . . . . . 11

ROSA x ‘KORwest’ . . . . . . . . . . . 48

SHEPHERDIA argentea . . . . . . . . . 32

SYRINGA vulgaris . . . . . . . . . . . .41

ROSA x ‘Marie Bugnet’ . . . . . . . . . 46

Snowberry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

SYRINGA vulgaris ‘Agincourt Beauty’ . . 40

ROSA x ‘Morden Blush’ . . . . . . . .

46

SORBARIA sorbifolia . . . . . . . . . . 51

SYRINGA vulgaris ‘Fiala Remembrance’ 40

ROSA x ‘Morden Centennial’ . . . . . . 47

SORBUS aucuparia - clump . . . . . . .14

SYRINGA vulgaris ‘Sensation’ . . . . . .41

ROSA x ‘Morden Fireglow’ . . . . . . . 47

SORBUS aucuparia ‘Michred’ . . . . . . 13

SYRINGA x prestoniae ‘Donald Wyman’ 40

ROSA x ‘Morden Sunrise’ . . . . . . . . 47

SPIRAEA betulifolia ‘Tor’ . . . . . . . . 53

TAXUS x media ‘Citation’ . . . . . . . . 68

32

36

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Index TAXUS x media ‘Hickii’ . . . . . . . . . 68 TAXUS x media ‘Tautoni’ . . . . . . . . 68 THUJA occidentalis . . . . . . . . . . 59 THUJA occidentalis ‘Hetz Midget’ . . . 58 THUJA occidentalis ‘Holmstrup’ . . . . 58 THUJA occidentalis ‘Smaragd’ . . . . . 58 THUJA occidentalis ‘Techny’ . . . . . . 59 THUJA occidentalis ‘Zmatlik’ . . . . . . 59 TILIA americana ‘McKSentry’ . . . . . .12 TILIA cordata ‘Greenspire’ . . . . . . . .12 TILIA mongolica ‘Harvest Gold’ . . . . .12 ULMUS ‘Morton’ . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 VACCINIUM ssp ‘Blueberry’. . . . . . . .19 VIBURNUM denatum ‘Christom’ . . . . 54 VIBURNUM lantana ‘Mohican’ . . . . . 54 VIBURNUM lentago . . . . . . . . . . 55 VIBURNUM opulus ‘Nana’ . . . . . . . 35 VIBURNUM trilobum ‘Bailey Compact’

35

VIBURNUM trilobum ‘Wentworth’ . . .

55

Viburnum, Blue Muffin . . . . . . . . . 54 Viburnum, Mohican . . . . . . . . . .

54

Viburnum, Nannyberry . . . . . . . . . 55 Viburnum, Wentworth . . . . . . . . . 55 VINCA minor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 Vinca Vine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 Virginia Creeper . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 VITUS riparia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Willow, Arctic Blue Dwarf . . . . . . .

55

Willow, Blue Creek . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Willow, Blue Fox . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Willow, Coyote/Sandbar . . . . . . . . 56 Willow, Dappled . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Willow, Downy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Willow, Flame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Willow, Golden . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Willow, Niobe Weeping . . . . . . . . . 17 Yew, Citation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Yew, Hick’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Yew, Tauton Spreading . . . . . . . . . 68

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