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Abies balsamea

Abies balsamea

Balsam Fir

The Balsam Fir is a dense, pyramidal conifer, commonly grown as Christmas trees due to its attractive fragrance and long needle retention.  Flattened, shiny, dark green needles cluster the entirety of the shrubby tree.

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Acer rubrum Autumn Flame

Acer rubrum Autumn Flame

Autumn Flame Red Maple

Incredibly easy to grow, 'Autumn Flame' is an outstanding looking tree with a clean summer look and blazing fall foliage color that make it a plant that should be used even more. This is one of the earliest flowering of all our native maples with its...

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Acer rubrum Red Sunset®

Acer rubrum Red Sunset®

Red Sunset® Red Maple

A great shade tree with a fiery red fall color that's simply stunning! Fairly quick growing with bright green, textured summer foliage, this selection has a stately pyramidal to rounded form and holds up well in any landscape....

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Acer saccharum

Acer saccharum

Sugar Maple

Here's the tree that made New England famous! It's easy to see why this tree is so prized once you look at its broadly oval to round form and its thick but not impenetrable canopy of dark green, trident shaped leaves that provide medium shade from th...

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Acer saccharum Fall Fiesta

Acer saccharum Fall Fiesta

Fall Fiesta Sugar Maple

Fall Fiesta™ is an outstanding selection of our native Sugar Maple, distinguished by its fast growth rate, its oval, spreading head, and its thick, deep green, tatter resistant summer foliage. This plant's incredible looks are enhanced in the f...

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Acer saccharum Green Mountain

Acer saccharum Green Mountain

Green Mountain Sugar Maple

It's easy to go green with this outstanding cultivar of our beloved Sugar Maple. Whether it's used in big numbers in the landscape for its consistent oval symmetry, rapid rate of growth and easy sustainability, or as a specimen showing off its gracef...

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Aesculus parviflora

Aesculus parviflora

Bottlebrush Buckeye

Fantastic new introduction! A shrub form of Bottlebrush Buckeye. A native to the south but perfectly hardy in New England. Large pyramidal white flower clusters in July through August. Large mounding habit. Very attractive.

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Allium cernuum

Allium cernuum

Wild Nodding Onion

Easy to identify by its distinctive, nodding, pastel lilac-pink flowers in late spring, Nodding Onion thrives in challenging sites such as hot sun and gravely soil. It is strikingly beautiful and is well-suited a formal or wild garden, as well as ...

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Amelanchier alnifolia Regent

Amelanchier alnifolia Regent

Regent Serviceberry

'Regent' is a compact, early-flowering Serviceberry which typically grows only 4-6' tall. April brings an explosion of frothy, 5-petaled, white flowers in showy clusters before the foliage appears. June will reward you with loads of edible berries...

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Amelanchier canadensis

Amelanchier canadensis

Shadblow Serviceberry

This vigorous, multi-stemmed native is a true harbinger of spring in the northeast part of the country and one of the easiest, most rewarding landscape plants to grow. Its stems grow strongly upright producing an oval shaped plant that can be used ea...

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Amelanchier X Autumn Brilliance

Amelanchier X Autumn Brilliance

Autumn Brilliance Shadblow Serviceberry

This selection has great attributes that add to the formal or natural landscape. Spreading and multi-stem in habit, it has great winter bark characteristics, pure white spring bloom, bright red fall foliage, and bird attracting fruit. A real winner!...

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Amsonia hubrectii

Amsonia hubrectii

Narrowleaf Blue Star

This long overlooked native perennial deserves a prime stretch of real estate in any landscape with its massive flower show, its fine textured form, and its electric fall foliage color display. It's a plant for all seasons and one that is extremely e...

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Amsonia tabernaemontana

Amsonia tabernaemontana

Bluestar

A textural masterpiece, this selection features willow-like foliage lining stiff, mound forming stems that end with light blue, star-like flowers that bloom in late May. Perfect for moist, shadier spots, Bluestar attracts pollinators and lights up...

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Andromeda pol. Blue Ice

Andromeda pol. Blue Ice

Blue Ice Bog Andromeda

You'll get a great spring show from this cute little evergreen shrub. 'Blue Ice's' foliage is the first thing you'll notice since it's almost needle-like and has a superb powder of steel blue color that really stands out. Couple its fine foliage colo...

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Andropogon gerardii 'Rain Dance'

Andropogon gerardii 'Rain Dance'

Rain Dance Big Bluestem

Tall and majestic, this outstanding native grass is easy to grow and offers the bonus of incredible maroon foliage color as the weather cools in fall and a plethora of seed that native songbirds love. Perfect for massing! Outstanding landscap...

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Andropogon gerardii 'Red October'

Andropogon gerardii 'Red October'

Red October Big Bluestem

'Red October' is a show stopper with year round beauty. The foliage emerges in spring with reddish highlights. In summer the foliage is a lush, deep green. Burgundy red flowers bloom in August while the foliage takes on a purple red hue. The first...

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Anemone canadensis

Anemone canadensis

Canadian Amenone, Windflower

This native charmer is not found in the garden much but is a stand out in the wild as it colonizes moist areas along bodies of water or stream banks in semi-shaded areas. Just because it's uncommon in the home landscape doesn't mean it shouldn't be t...

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Aquilegia can. Little Lanterns

Aquilegia can. Little Lanterns

Little Lanterns Wild Columbine

This power packed little gem looks too small to produce the abundance of flowers it does from April to June but seeing is believing as wave after wave of brilliant red backed, yellow corolla flowers cover this plant for weeks on end. These flowers ha...

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Arctostaphylos Massachusetts Hybrid

Arctostaphylos Massachusetts Hybrid

Massachusetts Hybrid Kinnickinnick, Bearberry

This beautiful looking native groundcover has an incredibly refined look for a plant that revels in poor, dry, infertile soils. 'Massachusetts' is a nearly prostrate grower with small, lustrous, deep green evergreen foliage that hugs the branches,...

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Arctostaphylos uva-ursi

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi

Kinnickinnick, Bearberry

Evergreen, low-growing native ground cover. Dark green, glossy foliage turns reddish-bronze in fall, and persistent red berries in winter add color for each season! Berries attractive to many woodland creatures.

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Aronia arbutifolia Brilliantissima

Aronia arbutifolia Brilliantissima

Brilliantissima Red Chokeberry

An underused native stunner, this narrow, upright growing shrub is ideal for grouping in sandy or moist soils and will perform like a champ with landscape interest throughout the season. Foliage emerges dark green and shiny and provides a great backd...

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Aronia melanocarpa Ground Hug™

Aronia melanocarpa Ground Hug™

Ground Hug™ Chokeberry

Ground Hug Aronia is a super tough native shrub that naturally grows as a dense groundcover. This unique habit makes it the ideal plant for transforming difficult areas into beautiful, low maintenance pl...

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Aronia melanocarpa Low Scape Mound™

Aronia melanocarpa Low Scape Mound™

Low Scape Mound™ Aronia

Low Scape Mound™ aronia is a tough, tolerant, tidy little mound of glossy green foliage. In spring, it's covered in hundreds of dainty white flowers, and in autumn, the leaves turn brilliant red to c...

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Aruncus dioicus

Aruncus dioicus

Goats Beard, Brides Feathers

The foliage resembles that of Astilbe, topped by dense spikes of cream-colored flowers. Makes for a background of even a specimen plant. Blooms from June through till July.

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