Deciduous Plants

Black Cherry (Prunus Serotina).  Native fast growing tree with lustrous dark green leaves that turn yellow then red in the fall.  Red fruit turns black in the fall.  Fruit can be used for wine and jelly.  Its timber is valuable in the furniture industry and for wildlife and birds.  Grows up to 60'.  Adaptable to low fertility, rocky, slightly acid well drained, moist, sandy, silty and loamy soil.  Resists drought and heat but is intolerant to shade and flooding.  Zones 3-8.

Blue Sea Holly Thistle (Eringium).  Low maintenance native herbacious perennial that preferes sandy well drained soil.  It is drought resistant and develops a long tap root.  It is well liked in perennial gardens because of its appearance and color.  It is long lived and can expand to the size of a small shrub with multiple branches and a blue thistle.  Grows to 18-24" and likes a ph of 6.1 to 7.8.  Can be planted along ocean spots because it will tolerate salty water.  It is not affected by winter salting  encroaching on some of the land where it is located.  Flowers last until late fall to early winter.  Great paired with cone flowers and with annuals and perennials in yellow, orange or white colors.  Attracts bees and butterflies.  Helps pollination and the making of honey.  zones 4-9.

Black Walnut (Juglans Nigra).  Fast growing well branched native hardwood tree.  Good shade tree.  Produces full flavored nuts.  Grows 80-100'.  Tolerates cold climates.  Zone 4-8.

Butterfly Bush (Buddleia Davidii).  Vigorous deciduous shrub producing long spikes of blue/purple flowers in July/August.  Grows 6' tall.  Does best in full sun and moist well drained soils.  Attracts butterflies.  In cold climates acts as a perennial and dies back to the ground.  Called the summer lilac.   Zones 4-9.

N. Catalpa (Catalpa Speciosa).  Catalpa is native to the United States.  Fence posts, railroad ties, furniture, trim for homes and its resistance to rot are the main reasons to plant the tree.  As a landscape tree it produces large clusters of white trumpet flowers with yellow and purple in the interior.  It has large heart shape leaves that make a great shade tree.  In the fall it produces a long seed pod.  It is a robust tree that adapts to demanding growering conditions such as clay soil and drought.  It is used to mediate air polution.  Grows to 60'.  Zones 4-8.

Cranberry (Viburnum Trilobum).  Native vigorous shrub with white flowers and brillant red fruit clusters.  Grows to 12'.  Does well in sun or partial shade.  Fruit remains into winter.  Tolerates drought, sandy soil and clay soil.  Zones 3-8.

Forsythia.  Brilliant yellow early spring flowers cover upright stems.  Great for borders or specimen plant in landscape.  Best blooms in full sun.  Tolerates varied environmental conditions.  Zones 4-8.

Fountain Grass (Pennisetum Alocuroides).  Mound forming plant that grows well in fertile moist, wet or well-drained soil.  It prefers full sun to very light shade.  Great with other perennials as a spcimen plant.  Mass planting produces a colorful display when in bloom.  Flowers look like soft cattails up to 3' tall in July through early winter.  Flower color changes from whitish purple to coppery purple.  Fall foliage is yellow-gold.  Looks great as a transition from formal to natural area.  Zones 4-9.

Hibiscus Moscheutos.  Hibiscus moscheutos is a native perennial plant that grows 4-6' each year from the root system.  It is hardy and has lovely large flowers in white, pink or red.  It is a great addition to flower gardens and landscape.  Zones 4-9.

Lilac (Syringa Vulgaris).  Fast growing shrub growing to over 15' in height.  Makes an effective screen in 3-4 years when planted 6-8' apart.  Requires well drained silty, clayed or loamy soils.  Needs full sun to bloom.  Drought resistant.  Large fragrant flowers in mid-spring after leaves appear.  Can be trimmed into a hedge. Long lived.  Zones 3-7.

Liatris Spicata Bulbs.  This is a native bulb that produces cone like flowers in white and purplish blue.  It is included in bird and butterfly packets.  Liatris attracts butterflies and humming birds and adds wonderful color in July/August to your gardens.  Hardy in zones 3-4 with mulch and zones 5-9 without mulch.

Ninebark (Physocarpus Opulifolius).  Native deciduous shrub with shreddy bark.  Does best in full sunlight or light shade.  Relatively free from diseases.  Flowers white in flat top clusters from May to July.  Red fruit persists through winter.  Grows 3-10'.  Zones 2-9.

Red Bud (Cercis Canadensis).  Red bud is natve to the United States.  Grows to thirty feet.  Early spring pink blooms cover the tree.  It is a specimen landscaping tree.  It has reddish purple leaves that turn yellow in the fall.  Likes partial shade.  Lives up to 50 years.  Zones 4-9.

Red Maple (Acer Rubrum).  Native species with a mature height of 50-60'.  Great shade tree with glossy green leaves which turn red in fall. Tolerates wet soils.  Zones 3-8.

Red Oak (Quercus Rubra).  Fast growing native tree that grows to 80'.  Forms a tall round top with red leaves in fall.  Often planted as a shade tree.  Adaptable to many soil types and environmental conditions.  Used in the building and furniture trade. Northern grown.  Zones 4-8.

Red Osier Dogwood (Cornus Sericea).  Native  6-8' shrub grown primarily for its bright red stem in winter.  Good shrub for moist wet soils.  Has dark green leaves and white flowers in spring.  Excellent choice for streambank erosion control and wildlife.  Zones 3-8.

Rosa Rugosa (Hedge Rose).  Excellent hedge plant with green leaves that turn orange in fall.  Fragrant pink, white or purple flowers from June to August.  Tolerates less fertile soils.  Provides red hips as wildlife food.  Deer Resistant.  Zones 3-8. 

Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus Syriacus).  Upright shrub produces blooms of single or double style ranging in colors from white, blue or pink.  Does best in full sun.  Attracts hummingbirds.  Grows to 7' tall.  Used in landscaping.  Hardy to zones 4-9.

Silky Dogwood (Cornus Amomum).  Native bush provides both food and cover for wildlife.  Used to stabilize streambanks.  Produces fruit in 3-5 years.  Grows in medium fertile, acid, clayey, loamy and sandy soils.  Prefers sun and grows to 8 feet.  Flowers white and berries remain until fall.  It has a salmon red stem.  Zones 3-8.

Silver Maple (Acer Saccharinum).  Fast growing native tree.  Leaves are silver on underside.  Grows to 40-80'.  Silvery bark color.  Tolerates a wide variety of soils and especially likes moist soils.  Large shade tree at maturity.  Leaves turn yellow in fall.  Zones 3-8. 

Trumpet Vine (Campsis Radicans).  Clusters of orange to orange-red trumpet shape flowers are produced on this native vine.  Climbs up to 25'.  Not particular to soil types but takes full sun.  Zones 3-8.

White Birch (Betula Papyrifera).  White bark peels into paper-like layers.  Leaves turn yellow in fall. Grows to 70'. Used for landscaping. Zones 2-7.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

    6-12"           $  78.00/100           $  450.00/1000    1-0 & 2-0                        3-4'          $ 180.00/100          $1000.00/1000     2-0

    1-2'             $ 104.00/100          $  630.00/1000     1-0 & 2-0                        4-5'          $ 243.00/100          $1350.00/1000     2-0

    2-3'             $ 135.00/100          $  810.00/1000     1-0 & 2-0                        Note:  500 pieces gets the 1000 rate. Bundles of 25                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Minimum 100 pieces per species

   5-10"           $105.00/100           $585.00/1000      2-1 Common Lilac                                                                                                                                                                                10-18"            $156.00/100           $870.00/1000      2-1 Common Lilac                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

                                                                                                                         Planting gel                      1 oz   $5.00     1lb.  $15.00     3 lbs.  $40.00                                                                                                                                                                                       

Liatris Bulbs                                              $33.00/100    $180.00/1000

Fountain Grass - Hibiscus Moscheutos    $90.00/100    $500.00/1000

Trumpet Vine - Blue Sea Holly Thistle      $90.00/100    $500.00/1000


Spring shipment starts in late March and is usually terminated in May.  Fall shipping season usually starts in late September and may proceed until early December.  Temperatures determine the start and end dates.  We do ship from our storage facility to clients who want to receive during the winter months.  Minimum of $45.00 per package on small orders shipping ground federal express.  Large orders ship federal express freight, pick up or by common carrier arranged by client.

 25% deposit  reserves stock.  Deposit will not be refundable if the order is cancelled after September 15 in the fall and after March 15 in the Spring.  Net balance is due March 1 for spring deliveries and and September 1 for fall deliveries.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

If unable to plant upon receipt of your plants, we strongly advise to seek a cooler and plant as soon as possible.  If unable to get a cooler then store in a cool area away from the sun and wind.  Open slightly your package and make sure that the roots remain damp.

Nursery stock may be picked up at the nursery once an appointment is set up or arrangements can be made to ship federal express ground or freight or by  your designated common carrier.  All prices are quoted F.O.B. nursery.  All shipments are at buyers own risk.  Our liability ceases upon delivery to the carrier.  Breakage or spoilage due to transit should be immediately made to the transportation company.  Other claims for deduction or error must be made within 5 days of shipment.