www.selectpluslilacs.com
Sara and Frank Moro
Select Plus International Lilac Nursery
1510 Pine
Mascouche, Quebec, J7L 2M4, Canada
tel./ fax: 450-477-3797

Contact us: selectpluslilacs@yahoo.ca

Magnolias, Rhododendrons, Evergreens, Blueberry, Ligonberry
Canada 2013
All these plants are in limited quantities
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Magnolia Acuminata
Cucumber Tree
Hardier and faster-growing is the cucumber tree to 90', which with its 10" leaves makes a fine tall shade tree though the bell shaped flowers are not conspicuous, the red knobby fall fruits are often 3" long. zone 4
 1g $16.95
2g $25.00
1g $14.00
2g $21.00
Magnolia Ann
The deep purple, chalice-shaped flowers blanket the tree in late Spring, followed by dark green leaves that hold their color until late Autumn. The 'Ann' magnolia craves attention throughout the Summer months with sporadic blooms.  With only a height of 8 - 10 feet and width of 10 feet, this magnolia is naturally a perfect fit for small landscapes and gardens . Z4-8
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Magnolia Betty
Medium-sized, deciduous shrub, grown for its large flowers that are purple on the outside, creamy inside with purple centres in spring. Z4 H20-25ft
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Magnolia Butterflies
Canary yellow blooms in spring make this an excellent yellow. Z4b-9 H20-25ft. Blooms are 4-5" across and semi double.
3g $69.95
$62.00
Magnolia Denudata
Zone 5B - 9A  Mature Height:  35' to 40' / 10.60m to 12.20m  Environment:  prefers partial shade or partial sun to full sun; soil should be moist
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Magnolia Jane
Zone 5–8. H15-20ft
. Flower is reddish-purple outside and white inside, late bloomer, early to mid May
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Magnolia Leonard Messel
This rounded, small tree grows to 25 feet tall. It is a cross of M. kobus and M. stellata 'Rosea'. It has star-shaped flowers with 12 narrow petals, white on the inside and purplish-pink on the outside; the transition of color from bud to bloom is a beautiful study in color. The blossoms are fragrant and appear before the leaves in early to mid-spring.
2g $42.00 
$36.00
Magnolia Sieboldi
Fragrant cup-shaped white flowers open over a long period of time, starting in June and continuing through August. This 20-25’ tree has handsome oval dark green leaves. Zone 4
 25g 300cm
$349.00
$249.00
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Magnolia soulageana
Saucer magnolia
Large deciduous shrub or small tree having large open rosy to purplish flowers. Flowers early spring prior to leaves. Z5-9 H20ft
 2g $42.00
$36.00.
Magnolia Susan
Slender dark red buds produce usually slightly twisted petals, purple red on the outside and paler within. Upright, deciduous shrub with ovate, mid green leaves. Z5-9 H20-25ft
3g $59.95
$53.75
Magnolia Centennial
large shrub reaching heights of 15 to 20 feet with a spread of 10 to 15 feet. Displays very large 5"flowers starting with a pink tinge fading to pure white in late April. Very winter hardy and likes a moist, well drained environment, pH 5.5-7.0. Prefers full sun, but will tolerate  partial shade. Disease and pest resistant. Hardy zones 4 - 8.
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Magnolia stellata Pink Stardust
Very hardy star magnolia that has pink buds and double pink flowers. New introduction and harder to find. Hardy to zone 4 and much better than saucer magnolias in colder places. H 15ft after 12-15 yrs.
1g $25.75
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Magnolia Royal Star
A popular magnolia cultivar producing an abndance of large mildly fragrant snowy-white double-flowers from mid-March through April. Pink buds open to large white flowers 6'' across. Z4-9 H15ft
 3g $59.95
$53.75
Magnolia Yellowbird
Bright canary yellow 3 1/2 inch flowers appear more dependably since they appear with the foliage late in the spring after the danger of frosts. Z5-9 H25ft.
5g $149.00
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Magnolia Waterlily
When the blooms of many other magnolias start to fade, ‘Waterlily’s’ pale pink buds open, revealing fragrant, white semi double flowers with more than 32 petals! Habit is narrow and upright.
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Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Blueberries, Ligonberry
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Japanese Maples (very limited quantities)
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Acer dissectum Orangeola
Finely dissected foliage that emerges orange, before changing to brown-red sometimes with green through summer. In autumn the foliage changes to orange-red
6" pot $30.00
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Acer palmatum dissectum 'Spring Delight'
In spring when the new growth unfolds in spring with subtle shades of pinkish red edging the green leaves.
6" pot $31.00
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Acer palmatum Katsura
Lobed leaves are a bright orange, but they quickly turn to an orange-flushed yellow with a pink margin. As the spring progresses the colour deepens to a rich green, but then in autumn the whole leaf changes colour again, taking on a bright orange hue
6" pot $33.00
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Acer Palmatum Koto-no-Ito
The narrowest of the leaves of Japanese maples. Pale green leaves during spring deepen in the summer. Bright yellow shades and hints of orange during the autumn.
6" pot $33.00
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Acer shirasawanum 'Autumn Moon'
Orange red highlights on yellow leaves make this maple the one to have in a container beside the house. 
6" pot $30.00
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Acer shirasawanum Jordan
Golden yellow to lime green leaves in spring, turning to a richer shade of green. During the summer it takes on orange and then red shades in autumn.
6" pot $40.00
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Azalea Arneson Cameo
Large deep pink flowers with bright orange-yellow blotches intertwined throughout the flowers. Blooms in mid to late May.    Z4
 1g12-15" $19.95
$15.95
Azalea Gibraltar
(Exbury) This selection has a brilliant orange, flushed red, tight ball truss and a compact growing habit. One of the most recommended, it outshines them all. For a real show, try planting several in a group. Z4
1g12-15" $19.95
$15.95
Azalea Golden Lights
Hardiness zone:   4  Exposure: sun, semi shade 
Maximum height:   1,5m / 5'  Maximum width:   1,5m / 5'
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  Yes
Fragrant golden yellow flowers in late May. Bronze new growth turning green in summer then red in the fall. Upright habit and slow but sturdy grower. Good disease resistance.
1g12-15" $16.95
$14.75
Azalea Maggie Brown
Zone 5  Mossman  4' x 4'
Fragrant, rich pink flowers sport an extra layer of petals; a true double flower.
1g12" $19.50
$15.95
Azalea Molalla Red
(Exbury) Fascinating bright red, tubular flowers atop a mounding bush make a perfect complement to other strong colored azaleas in your garden! Z4 
1g12-15" $19.50
$15.95
Erica carnia Vivelli
Hardiness zone:   4b 
Maximum height:   25-30cm / 10-12"  Maximum width:   50cm / 20"
sun to semi shade
Slow growing, neat, low, broadly spreading evergreen shrub with dark green foliage tinged purple in winter and masses of deep carmine-red flowers in April and May. Prefers location with acid soil.
1g $14.95
$11.95
Gaultheria Procumbens (wintergreen)
Gaultheria procumbens, commonly known as Wintergreen or Eastern Teaberry, is an evergreen plant notable as the original source of oil of wintergreen flavoring. Several species in other genera share a common name with Wintergreen. Betula lenta — the Wintergreen Tree — and various Gaultheria species also produce oil of wintergreen. Ground cover Z4 H 4-6"
 1g $12.95
$9.95
Kalmia Madeline
This is the first and only double-flowered mountain laurel! It was discovered only recently in New Zealand of all places. Very rare and probably always will be, as it is difficult to propagate. Has light pink flowers. Z5 H5-6'
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Kalmia Minuet
(Mountain Laurel)
 Zone 5  Jaynes  2 1/2' x 2 1/2'  Exposure:  sun, semi shade
Bright cinnamon banded flowers emerge from light pink buds and are large compared to its compact habit. A 'little leaf' selection with darker green leaves than other Kalmia selections
1g $19.00
$15.00
Kalmia Peppermint
Zone 5  Jaynes  4' x 3 1/2'  Exposure:  sun, semi shade
Delightful white flowers have red centers and red candy stripes radiating outward like a peppermint candy. Exceptionally large flower clusters and a compact habit sweeten Peppermint's appeal.
1g $19.00
$15.00
Pieris jap. Passion
Hardiness zone:   5   Exposure:  sun, semi shade
Maximum height:   1,5m / 5'  Maximum width:   1,25m / 4'
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  No
A real eye-catching vigorous and easily grown shrub. Its slightly drooping branches are covered in masses of beautiful pink bell shaped flowers in early summer.
2g $27.95
$24.00
Pieris jap. Passion Frost
Hardiness zone:   5  Exposure:  sun, semi shade
Maximum height:   1,25m / 4'  Maximum width:   90cm / 36"
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  No
Features glossy, light green foliage with a creamy white border. Rosy red pendulous flowers born in great profusion mature to a deep pink in the summer. Superior branching habit and good resistance to diseases common in the family.
2g $27.95
$24.00
Rhododendron Boule de Neige
Zone 5 (H1)  4' x 6'
Midseason flowers are pure white. A tough, reliable cultivar with proven hardiness. 
 2g $32.95
2g $27.95
Rhododendron cinnabarium
Zone 6 (H2)   5' x 4'
Tubular flowers are typically cinnamon red and held in trusses of 3-5. Foliage on this lovely plant is aromatic. 
2g $28.00
$20.75
Rhododendron Eino
Zone 4 (H1)  University of Helsinki  3' x 3'
Purplish-pink flowers with yellow-brown blotch.
1g $18.75
$14.50
Rhododendron Eruption
Zone 6 (H2)  Hachmann  4' x 5'
Stunning deep rose flowers with prominent ivory centers bloom in midseason.
QT $13.00
$9.99
Rhododendron Polarnacht
Very Dark Violet Flowers in May to June. Lovely Dark Green Leaves on a Compact Plant. Hardy to -24°C. 3ft. Z4
2g $33.95 
$27.75
Rhododendron Purple Gem
Hardiness zone:   5  Exposure:  sun, semi shade
Maximum height:   60cm / 24"  Maximum width:   90cm / 36"
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  Yes
Masses of deep, purple-blue flowers cover this hardy dwarf. Leaves are long, aromatic and rusty olive-green. New growth is greyish-blue and turn bronze in winter. Dense, compact, rounded habit.
1g $18.95
$15.75
Rhodohypoxis baurii 'Goya'
Alpine Plant

Zone 6   4" x 4"
A petite alpine wildflower. Grassy leaves form a colorful carpet of double pink blooms from spring to summer. Provide regular water and shaded conditions when actively growing, then very dry conditions when plants go dormant. 

Qt $13.95
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Evergreens
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Abies alba Pyramidalis
Glossy green needles with a pyramidal growth. Eventually this tree will reach 20-30ft in height Z4-8
1g $32.75
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Abies concolor Candicans
Hardiness zone:   4a  Exposure:  sun
Maximum height:   9m / 30'  Maximum width:   4m / 13'
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  No
A tall, narrow and adaptable fir tree. One of the bluest forms of White Fir. Fast growing upright conical plant. Needles are very big and powder blue. Provides a marvelous silvery pinnacle focal point in the landscape. Minimal maintenance.
15g 6-7' $349.00
$269.00
Abies koreana Aurea
Aurea is a beautiful dwarf Korean Fir. Irregular grower to an upright form. Needles have a  golden color, while those surfaces shielded from the solar paint brush retain their green undersides. 
1g $36.95
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Abies koreana Cis
Radiating, dark green needles lie flat on the stems and provide a backdrop for attractive, small, brown buds at the branch tips. This flattened, spherical plant has a formal, tidy appearance and glistening foliage that draws attention in the garden. Z4
1g $25.75
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Abies koreana Golden Glow
A dwarf spreading evergreen conifer with short yellow needles. Most colorful if grown in full sun. Prefers sun/partial shade in well-drained soil. 2' tall x 3' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -30 degrees. USDA zone 4.
1g $39.95
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Abies koreana Silberkugel
smaller-sized fir, Korean fir has glossy dark green needles with silvery undersides and blue-violet tinted green cones.Tiny, dark green needles on short branches form a flattened, compact globe that is adorned with resin-coated, cinnamon-colored mini-buds. 'Silberkugel' is ideal for rock gardens Z4
2g $49.75
$38.95
Abies Koreana Silberlocke
The needles of this small tree are re-curved, displaying the silver white underside. This characteristic gives a gleaming color and texture effect of uncommon beauty. Bears numerous decorative bluish cones in mid-season Z4 H10ft
1g $37.25
2g24" $67.00
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2g$61.00
Chaemacyparis noot. Aurea
Muted yellow tips contrast with the soft green, interior foliage of this golden Alaskan Cedar. The dense, upright, pyramidal tree grows more slowly than the species and produces sprays of scale-like foliage that lend a light, clean color and texture to the landscape. More sun exposure produces a stronger yellow. Z5
4g30" $67.00
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$55.00
Chaemacyparis obtusa 
Just Dandy
Compact sprays of dense, finely textured foliage decorate the branches of the low, rounded, spreading plants. Such tight foliage is usually associated with miniature selections that have extremely slow growth, but this superior cultivar grows comparatively faster. It will reach the size of a beach ball within years instead of decades Z5
1g $19.50
$14.75
Chaemacyparis obtusa Nana Lutea
The compact, slow-growing bush has an irregularly globose form that develops into an upright broad habit as it ages. Dense, golden sprays of foliage become brighter in more open settings Z5 H7ft
1g $19.50
$14.75
Chaemacyparis pisifera White Pygmy
This exceptional plant has tiny strands of feathery, white-tipped foliage that produce a fine, velvety texture. Z5 H10-12"
1g $19.50
$14.75
Juniperus communis Compressa
Hardiness zone:   3  Exposure: 
Maximum height:   1,25m / 4'  Maximum width:   30cm / 12"
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  No
A rigidly narrow and upright accent evergreen for the garden. Very compact with attractive dark green foliage and silver stripes. Best used as a solitary accent, ideal as a rock garden feature. Slow grower.
4" pot $13.95
 
Juniperus horizontalis Gold Strike
Vivid yellow foliage creates a bright spot in the garden. A seedling selection of 'Mother Lode' with a low, mounded habit. Grow in moist, well-drained soil. Protect from hot sun.
Light Requirements: Sun/light shade
H 6"       W 4-6'  Foliage: Yellow
Shape: Spreading
4" pot $13.95
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Juniperus horizontalis Mother Lode
The bright golden yellow foliage in summer takes on rich burgundy plum high lights for winter. Z2-8 W 4'
4" pot $13.95
1g $19.50
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1g $15.00
Metasequoia glyptostroboides
Hardiness zone:   5  Exposure:  sun
Maximum height:   12m / 40'  Maximum width:   8m / 26'
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  No
Resembles and is related to the true Redwood. Deciduous conifer with a pyramidal to conical growth habit. The fresh looking green foliage assumes an apricot gold tone in autumn.
1g $16.95
7g 6ft $74.95
7g$64.99
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Picea glauca Humpty Dumpty
Form of Alberta spruce that is very plump and rounded. Green needles agbout 3 ft high at maturity 
4" pot $13.95
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Picea glauca Pixie Dust
Extremely dense, compact and slow growing form of Alberta spruce, this miniature selection resembles 'Conica' in form, but offers a special feature. When the second flush of growth emerges in summer, the new tips are yellow, a surprising effect that contrasts dramatically with the deep-green, mature foliage. Z4
4" pot $13.95
 
Picea glauca Rainbow's End
Hardiness zone:   4  Exposure:  sun, semi shade
Maximum height:   1,5m / 5'  Maximum width:   90cm / 36"
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  No
In spring, the new growth is light green, nothing out of the ordinary. In mid-summer, the second flush is nothing but extraordinary. Bright, creamy-yellow new growth contrasts dramatically against the dark-green older foliage.
1g $19.99
$16.95
Picea glauca Sander's Blue
Hardiness zone:   4  Exposure:  sun, semi shade
Maximum height:   1,75m / 6'  Maximum width:   80cm / 32"
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  No
Attractive, slate-blue form. Slow growing, dense conical form. With age, the blue colors mix with green giving a wonderful multi-color effect. No trimming required to maintain the uniform habit.
1g $19.99
$16.95
Picea glauca Jean's Dilly
A bright, golden yellow, carpet growing variety which maintains its colour in full or partial sun. The foliage turns orange in the fall then tinged with purple throughout winter. H4ft Z3 sun
1g $19.50
$16.95
Picea omorika Pendula Bruns
Serbian Spruce with very dense and very weeping branches. 25ft at maturity with 12ft spread. Z4
1g $32.95
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Picea orientalis Aureospicata
Brilliant chartreuse new growth in spring for a spectacular contrast between the old and new growth. This wonderful display remains until midsummer, when the spring growth matures to a deep forest green. Narrowly pyramidal shape, with lower branches arching gracefully. Z4 H35ft
3g $76.99
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$66.50
Picea orientalis Skylands
An amazing spruce. Bright new gold needle growth turns to a golden soft yellow and hold throughout the summer. cones are purple Z4
1g $32.95
 
Picea flexilis Extra Blue
Outstanding blue color on its clusters of five, long, slightly twisting or curving needles. The fast-growing tree, which prefers moist, well-drained soil, develops an attractive pyramidal habit and 3-6" long, light brown, resinous cones. Z4 H15ft
3g $77.00
5g $95.99
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$85.95
Picea pungens Baby Blue 
Hardiness zone:   2  Exposure:  sun
Maximum height:   12m / 40'  Maximum width:   3,5m / 12'
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  No
Vigorous selection that keeps its bright colour. Pyramidal, semi-dwarf evergreen with eye catching, silvery blue foliage that makes a striking accent to the landscape. Broad pyramidal habit. No pruning necessary to maintain its uniform habit (slow growing).
3g70cm $69.99
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Pinus aristata Joe's Bess
 Compact with Bluish green needles and hardy to zone 4 it is compact, uniform shape, larger than 'Sherwood Compacta', but smaller than 'Formal Form'. Dense clusters of two-toned needles point towards the tip of each ascending branch and create a consistent shape that hides the stems and buds until new growth emerges in late spring.
1g $32.95
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Pinus aristata Sherwood Compacta
slow-growing Great Basin Bristlecone Pine develops a perfectly conical shape and a dense, formal appearance. Tightly packed tufts of medium-long, green needles with white undersides radiate around the ascending branches of the long-lived conifer. Z4 upright
1g $32.95
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Pinus contorta Taylor's Sunburst
Absolutely brilliant spring colour makes this exciting new introduction a real show stopper. In spring the elongating candles are a bright golden-yellow and the needles mature to a light yellow-green H17' Z4
1g $42.00
2g $68.00
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2g $55.00
Pinus densiflora Golden Ghost
Variegated form of Japanese Red Pine. It is a semi dwarf and the needles are light green and turn yellow in spring with green margins. Won't burn and should be planted in full sun. Z3-8 H8-10ft
1g $36.95
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Pinus mugo Columnaris
A very narrow, upright mugo pine, this cultivar is perfect for tight landscape spaces where a strong vertical accent is appropriate. Conspicuous buds, coated with white, waxy resin, stand out against long, dark green needles in winter, and colors intensify as the seasons change. Z2
1g $42.00
$36.00
Pinus mugo Mops
 low, dense dome that stays compact without shearing. The smooth appearance of the mounded plant is the result of many evenly spaced needles on abundant branchlets, all of which grow at a uniform rate. During most of the year, ‘Mops’ displays a hint of gray/blue in its green, but during the crisp, cold months of winter, needles take on a warm, golden hue.Z2 H2-3ft
1g $19.00
$14.00
Pinus mugo Slowmound
 The cultivar name describes the plant's growth, which is only 1 ½ -2 inches per year. Needles are ¾ to 1 inch long and dark green with a slight twist. It produces single buds. Z3 H36"
1g $19.00
$14.00
Pinus mugo Teeny
This dwarf mugo sports tiny, uniformly straight, rich green needles, a very neat habit and extremely slow growth. Needles are held radially, spreading out from the center on each of many, short, well-clothed branches. Terminal buds are very showy, and the tight globose plant will not outgrow even the smallest garden space. Z2 
1g $21.75
$15.00
Pinus mugo White Bud
 cold weather brings a white resinous coating to each terminal bud, a trait that produces an exciting effect. The bright white “eyes” look frosted against the plant’s dark green winter needles.  Z2 H36"
1g $19.25
$15.00
Pinus parviflora 'Tanima no yuki'
New growth starts  pink tipped “candles” that slowly unravel to reveal pink tipped variegated foliage with significant amounts of pure white. True dwarf grows only a few inches a year. Cold hardy to -20°F.
6" pot $39.95
 
Pinus strobus Angel Falls
Very upright superbly pendulous form of white pine. Named after the waterfalls in Venuzuela. Z3 H6-7ft
5g $95.75
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Pinus strobus Louie
Hardiness zone:   3a  Exposure:  sun
Maximum height:   3m / 10'  Maximum width:   1,5m / 5'
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  No
This broad upright evergreen has vibrant golden-yellow long thin needles that remain that way all year round. It's a strong vigorous selection for a dramatic landscape accent. Very adaptable to both dry and moist growing conditions
3g $79.00
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Sciadopitys verticillata
Perhaps one of the finest forms of this species, features a narrow conical habit and bright green foliage that does not discolor in winter. The plant grows slowly (approx 7.5 in/19 cm per year) and often looks so pristine that one could mistake it for plastic. Z6-9 H15ft
 1g $29.00
$24.75
Taxus cusp. Aurescens
Hardiness zone:   4  Exposure:  sun
Maximum height:   1,25m / 4'  Maximum width:   1,75m / 6'
Plants attracting birds:  No Fragrant plants:  No
A compact evergreen shrub featuring beautiful golden foliage in spring which fades to green. Very dense form, ideal for a color accent in the home garden or rock garden. Color is best with some shade.
4" pot $13.95
1g $27.99
1g $21.99
Tsuga cana. Pendula
This hemlock cultivar makes a very beautiful specimen, slowly forming a multi-layered mound of greenery. Its horizontally speading branches are covered with smaller weeping branches clothed in short, dark green needles. Z3 H10ft
2g $40.00
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Lady Slippers
Our orchids are propagated from tissue culture thus do not require the micro organisms usually needed by plants found naturally in the forest. 
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Cypripedium reginae
Showy Lady Slipper
North America H : 90 cm (36 in)  Z : 4 pH : 5-7 Blooming: Mid-June to July
This Cypripedium of royal calling surpasses in elegance many tropical orchids. On the top of its rich green foliage, which can reach up to 1 m (39 in) in height, it elegantly bears often twin flowers of vivid fuchsia on a white background. The hairs found on the stem and leaves discourage insect predators. Widespread in Central-NE North America but rare. Floral emblem of P.E.I. and Minnesota.
$14.00
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Ligonberry
Native to boreal forest and Arctic tundra and has a edible sour fruit. Can be made into jams or juice.
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Vaccinium vitis-idaea
(Ligonberry)
Lingonberry is an erect or ascending shrub growing to a height of 5–30 cm. Its leaves are tapering, have a waxy surface and are green on top and light green underneath. The lingonberry flowers in June–July. Lingonberries contain a significant amount of vitamin E. They have the lowest level of vitamin C of all the wild berries, however. The lingonberry is rich in manganese and is also a good source of fibre. The lingonberry is rich in many different types of polyphenols, the potential health properties of which are being researched intensively. It also contains lignans, proanthocyanidins and resveratrol. The amount of resveratrol in lingonberries is similar to that found in the key ingredient of red wine, dark grapes. H10-12" Z3-8 Evergreen leaves
1g $14.00
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Vaccinium vitis-idaea
Red Pearl
(Ligonberry)
Lingonberry is an erect or ascending shrub growing to a height of 5–30 cm. Its leaves are tapering, have a waxy surface and are green on top and light green underneath. The lingonberry flowers in June–July. Lingonberries contain a significant amount of vitamin E. They have the lowest level of vitamin C of all the wild berries, however. The lingonberry is rich in manganese and is also a good source of fibre. The lingonberry is rich in many different types of polyphenols, the potential health properties of which are being researched intensively. It also contains lignans, proanthocyanidins and resveratrol. The amount of resveratrol in lingonberries is similar to that found in the key ingredient of red wine, dark grapes. H16" Z3-8 Evergreen leaves. It is best to have a cross polinizer.
This cultivar is taller than others.
1g $14.00
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Blueberries
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PINK BLUEBERRY
Pink Lemonade
Pink Lemonade’ offers four season interest.  In spring the shrub sports pinkish-white showy bell-shaped flowers.  The fruits are pale greenish at first, then dappled pink, and finally develop a deep pink color indicating a ripened fruit. The leaves are smooth, glossy green, lanceolate, with serrated leaf margins. In fall, the leaves turn a bright orange fading to deep red.  Wintertime twigs are dusky reddish-brown.  Any unharvested fruit supplies sustaining food to songbirds and wildlife.
The shrub is vigorous, reaching four to five feet in height and width. Fruit ripening occurs mid-late to late season with moderate yields of medium-sized, glossy, bright pink fruit. The flavor is said to be mild with good fruit firmness.
1g $14.00
2g $19.25
1g $9.99

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