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Weeping Willow

Weeping Willow

  • Large tree with a unique weeping habit
  • This fast growing tree makes a wonderful shade tree
  • Willows love the water so plant near ponds or streams
  • Deciduous
Weigela

Weigela 'Fine Wine'

This weigela selection has a tight and upright form without the tendency to fall open from the center. Rich, dark foliage color is similar in color to that of fine burgundy wine, providing vibrant contrast to the deep pink spring flowers. A slight shearing will encourage re-bloom through the summer. This deer resistant shrub is perfect in a container or perennial border.
Weigela

Weigela 'Midnight Wine'

  • Ideal as a border front
  • Dramatic, dark burgundy leaves look great when mass planted
  • Bright pink flowers attracts butterflies, hummingbirds
  • Deer resistant
Weigela

Weigela 'Sonic Bloom' Red

  • Lipstick red blooms in May that keep reblooming until frost
  • Attracts hummingbirds
  • Beautiful specimen shrub near a patio or deck
Weigela

Weigela 'Spilled Wine'

  • Dark red, wavey leaves with a spreading habit
  • Hot pink-magenta flowers adding lots of color to a green landscape
  • Beautiful in a mass planting or in a container
  • Deciduous
Weigela

Weigela 'Wine & Roses'

The beautiful rosey-pink flowers that appear in the spring are striking against the deep purple foliage. Often re-blooming throughout the summer. Hummingbirds love the trumpet-like flowers. A very dramatic look when mass planted.

Winterberry

Winterberry 'Jim Dandy'

  • Extremely hardy deciduous holly with dark green foliage
  • Jim Dandy is a male plant used as a pollinator
  • Excellent for a shrub border or to naturalize
  • Will thrive in very wet areas
Winterberry

Winterberry 'Red Sprite' (Female)

  • A profusion of bright red berries brighten the winter landscape and provide food for birds. Deciduous leaves but maintain berries
  • A male pollinator such as 'Jim Dandy' is needed to berry
  • North American native
  • Use as a naturalizer for wet areas

Winterberry 'Winter Red' (Female)

  • A cultivar of our North American wetland holly
  • Abundant clusters of bright red berries
  • Needs a pollinator such as 'Southern Gentlemen' to berry
  • Deciduous
Winterberry Holly

Winterberry Holly 'Berry Heavy Gold' (female)

This winterberry displays big, bright gold berries in winter. Berries attract songbirds and make a great addition to cut floral arrangements. This female winterberry needs a male pollinator, such as Mr. Poppins, to berry. Can tolerate wet conditions making this an excellent choice for a water's edge or bog area. Deciduous native.
Winterberry Holly

Winterberry Holly 'Berry Heavy' (female)

This winterberry is very adaptable to boggy soils. Excellent winter display of bright red berries when pollinated by a male winterberry, such as 'Mr. Poppins' or 'Jim Dandy'. Berries are often used in holiday arrangements and brighten up the winter landscape.
Winterberry Holly

Winterberry Holly 'Southern Gentleman"

Extremely hardy winterberry holly with rich, deep green foliage. Plant as a pollenizer for female winterberries, such as 'Sparkleberry'. Male winterberries flower, but produce no berries. An attractive background shrub, hedge or naturalistic plantings. Deciduous

Wisteria 'Amethyst Falls'

'Amethyst Falls,' like other Wisteria, is a strong grower, reaching 30 feet or more. It is, however, not invasive like its Asian cousins. This native variety is less vigorous and easier to manage. 'Amethyst Falls' will bloom its first season with fragrant, vivid, blue flowers that appear in spring and repeat all summer. The many attributes of 'Amethyst Falls' include its deer and drought tolerance. This vine is a perfect choice for pergolas, trellises, fences, and arbors attracting butterflies to your garden all summer long.

Wisteria 'Longissima Alba'

  • Vigorous grower with fragrant white flowers
  • Beautiful focal point on a trellis or archway
  • Vigor can be controlled by regular pruning

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