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General Plant Information

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(Please note that this is NOT a list of our plant material on hand, just plant information)

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W - Z

Weigelia, Java Red
Weigelia florida 'Java Red'
A deciduous, slower growing variety with wine colored foliage and deep pink flowers in late May.
- deep pink H x W - 9'x9'                             5G    

Weigelia, Variegated
Weigelia florida 'Varigata'
Sharp looking creamy-edged foliage and a big show of deep pink, tubular flowers in early June.  Hardy with a spreading, round form.
- pink H x W - 6'x7'                           5G    

Willow, Dwarf Blue Arctic
Salix purpurea 'Nana'
This compact form of Basket Willow has long, narrow, very silvery - blue leaves and a rounded habit. Great texture to mix with large - leaved plants in the border or use as a small hedge. Also good for soil stabilization. Prune back hard to rejuvenate. Somewhat salt & drought - tolerant.
H x W - 5' x 5' 2G    

Willow, Hakuro Nishiki (Japanese)
Salix integra 'Hakuro Nishiki'
This neat shrub has variegated cream, green & pink foliage. Prune back hard to rejuvenate. Salt & drought - tolerant.
- yellow H x W - 10 - 15' 5G    

Willow, Niobe Weeping
Salix alba 'Niobe'
This weeping willow has golden leaves & the classic weeping willow form. A rather majestic tree.  Can be used in wet soils but should be kept away from septic systems.
H x W - 50' x 30' 1 3/4"    

Winterberry, Jim Dandy
Ilex verticillata 'Jim Dandy'
This male Holly is the pollinator for Red Sprite. Must have this plant in landscape in order for female to be pollinated & set fruit. Tolerates wet soils. Prefers low pH. Fertilize with Hollytone. **Note that this is not an evergreen Holly.
H x W - 6 - 10' 18 - 24" 3G    

Winterberry, Red Sprite
Ilex verticillata 'Red Sprite'
This female hybrid of a native species features large bright red berries in fall & winter. Must be planted with male. See above for cultural info.
- white H x W - 3 - 5' N 15 - 18"    

Winterberry,  Sparkleberry
Ilex verticillata x Ilex serrata
This versatile, durable, upright female hybrid is known for its abundance of bright red fruit.  Must be planted with a male.
-  white H x W - 12'-10'                            

Winterberry, Winter Red
Ilex verticillata 'Winter Red'
Deep green foliage with a dense, multi-stem form and a bumper crop of bright red berries.  Easy care.
- white H x W - 10'x10'                     15"-18"    

Witchhazel, Allgold
Hamamelis x intermedia 'Allgold'
Allgold has buttercup yellow, sweet flowers in January to February.
- yellow H x W - 10' 18 - 24" 3G    

Yarrow, Coronation Gold
Achillea filipendula 'Coronation Gold'
Outstanding as a dried flower.  Big, golden flower heads over fern-like, silvery foliage bloom in June and last well into July.  May re-bloom with a mid-summer pruning.
- yellow H x W - 3'x2'                           3G    

Yarrow, Moonshine
Achillea millefolium 'Moonshine'
This perennial has lemon yellow flowers in summer & fall with silvery green fragrant foliage. Drought tolerant; somewhat salt tolerant.
- yellow H x W - 18 - 24" 3G    

Yarrow, Summer Pastels
Achillea millefolium 'Summer Pastels'
Fluffy, bright green, fern-like foliage topped by pastel blooms in varying shades of pink to orange to yellow.  Blooms June to September.
- asst. pastels H x W - 2'x2'                         3G    

Yew, Common
Taxus baccata
This evergreen Yew has beautiful peely bark. Its form is typically that of a tree but is often pruned hard to keep a shrub form. Somewhat drought & salt tolerant. Red fruit.
H x W - 15 - 25'   24 - 30"    

Yew, Hatfield
Taxus x media 'Hatfieldii'
Hatfield Yew has a columnar, upright form. Rarely fruits.
H x W - 15 - 20' x 10' 24-30"B&B    

Zelkova, Village Green
Zelkova serrata 'Village Green'
This street or specimen tree has oblong toothed green leaves and an upright vase - shaped habit. Showy bark. Drought, wind & somewhat salt - tolerant. Mulch to drip line to decrease competition of roots with turf. Prune in fall. Average growth rate. Can be used in an allée as well.
H x W - 50' x 30' 2.5" & 3"    


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