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Dogwood Trees – Pink and White
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The flowering dogwood tree is a favorite ornamental among homeowners due to its year round appeal, unique branching structure and modest size. In the early spring, beautiful flowers bloom consisting of four white, pink or red bracts with clusters of small yellow flowers in the center. In fall, leaves and fruit are a stunning bright red/purple. Winter interest includes the presence of large flattened buds...

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Kwanzan Cherry Tree
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Kwanzan Cherry could be the showiest of all the cherries! Double blossoms make this tree the star of spring!  Each blossom has double the petals, making it look like a flower within a flower.  Deep-pink blossoms grow in clusters, making this tree look almost like it is covered with thousands of small roses. As the flowers begin to fade, bronze leaves take their place...

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Hibiscus
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Hibiscus is a flowering plants. Species that are native to warm-temperature, subtropical and tropical regions throughout the world. Member species are often noted for their showy flowers and are commonly known simply as hibiscus, or less widely known as rose mallow. The genus includes both annual and perennial herbaceous plants, as well as woody shrubs and small...

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Poodle Topiary
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Two Ball Poodle Topiaries are high impact shrubs. Easy to care for these topiaries are spectacular and create a regal environment in your landscaping or on your...

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Maple Trees
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Maple trees are a great landscaping tree… a fast growing tree that requires minimal attention! Commonly used to line drives or boulevards. Maple Trees quickly mature into a pleasing oval shape, reaching up to 40 ft. Its leaves drop later in the autumn season than other trees, so you have more time to enjoy their show! In the spring, it produces tiny conspicuous red...

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Spiral Boxwood
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The Boxwood is a staple in landscaping, the spiral boxwood is easy to care for but adds an stately flare to your landscape or front porch. Spiral boxwoods can be planted in ground or in a...

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Serpentine Blue Cedar
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The Serpentine Blue Cedar is an evergreen conifer with drooping twisted branches filled with powdery blue needles that are sure to catch the eye of every passerby. A unique specimen tree that measures at 10 feet tall, 15-20 feet wide, depending upon...

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Cactus Shrub
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Our beautiful cactus shrub is the perfect focal point for your rock garden. Annual triming will keep this shrub healthy and...

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Boulevard Cypress Pom Pom
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A striking large shrub with graceful fans and arching strands of blue-tinged foliage. A dense, slow-growing specimen that will stand out in the landscape. Can be pruned into topiary...

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Weeping Blue Spruce
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Weeping Blue Spruce is  graceful and upright with a dramatic weeping habit and strong vibrant blue color.  Weeping Blue Spruce should be featured as a patio accent plant or specimen in the landscape. Full...

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Dura Heat River Birch Trees
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A more heat and drought tolerant form of this species, with superior insect and disease resistance. Densely pyramidal form with glossy green leaves that fade to clear butter yellow in fall. Winter bark is pinkish-orange with prominent exfoliation. Large tree as focal point or for...

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Green Giant Arborvitae
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One of the finest new evergreens for screening, this uniformly conical tree performs well in a variety of settings. Virtually disease-free and strong-rooted, it responds well to shearing. Highly resistant to deer. Durable accent or specimen tree. Evergreen. Grows quickly to 25 to 30 feet tall and 10 to 12 feet...

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Mugo Pine
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The Mugo Pine topiary is an exquisite plant. The Mugo is an easy to grow pine variety, useful in rock gardens or in groupings. Plant the mugo pine topiary in a container, and it would be a worthwhile addition to any porch or entry way, looking great with minimal maintenance. Clip regularly to maintain desired size and shape. Mulch around the roots if using...

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Topiary – Chamacypress
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Chamacypress  are medium-sized to large evergreen trees growing to 20-70 m tall, with foliage in flat sprays. The wood is scented, and is highly valued, particularly in Japan, where it is used for temple construction. Pruning can be done in winter. Most species tolerate shearing and can be grown as hedges or...

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French Blue Scotch Pine
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A superior selection of this popular evergreen tree. Foliage is brighter blue than other forms; the coloring is retained through the winter. Growth habit is more uniform and compact. A lovely accent. Full sun. Moderate growing 40 to 60 ft. tall, 20 to 25 ft. wide....

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