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  • Berry Plants

  • Aronia Berry Plants

    Aronia Berry Plants

    The aronia berry plant (Aronia melanocarpa) is native to eastern North America, even though Europe also has a successfully naturalized species of the plant. Creamy white ornate flowers decorate the aronia berry bush in spring, followed by ink-black berries in the fall. Fall foliage is known to change from smooth green to a vibrant-red color, making the aronia berry bush a seasonal beauty. Plants tend to be cold hardy and resist pests and...

  • Garden Plants

  • Lilacs Plant

    Lilacs Plant

    The sight and smell of lilacs in bloom is an experience you won’t want to miss! Lilac bushes come in a many different shapes and sizes. They usually have dark green foliage, and their blossoms range from purple to white — and many colors in between. You can plant several in a row to create an attractive border, hedge or natural windbreak. Most attract an array of wildlife like bees and butterflies, bringing even...

  • Landscape Trees

  • Flowering Trees

    Flowering Trees

    Our flowering trees will create a picturesque scene in any outdoor space, in any season. When spring blossoms arrive, these trees are drenched in lovely, fragrant flowers, which may attract beautiful butterflies and hummingbirds. And you can clip the flowers to create your own natural bouquets. In summer, gorgeous green leaves cover the tree and help to provide gentle, cooling shade. Fall brings stunning foliage in...

  • Nut Trees

  • Almond Trees

    Almond Trees

    Almond trees are well-suited for most home growers because of their small, compact nature. The almond tree is a relative of the peach tree and the edible almond seed even develops inside a peach-like fruit or “hull” that is discarded after harvest. The fragrant blossoms of the almond tree are highly attractive to bees and other insects and provide an excellent food source for these pollen carriers in early...

  • Chestnut Trees

    Chestnut Trees

    The chestnut is a prized source of food in many cultures, most likely due to its relatively high fiber content, vitamins, minerals, and its culinary versatility. Once peeled, harvested chestnuts can be eaten raw or deep fried, but they are commonly scored and roasted, which does not require peeling. Chestnut trees and their nuts are also attractive to a wide range of wildlife, from insects to mammals, as a food source. The...