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This is a search-able list of plants that we grow or may have available at the garden center. This list is not a list of what we currently have in stock as it changes daily. Please call the garden center or send an email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get a quote.


Blueberry 'Climax'

The 'climax' variety is prized for its abundant crops of large sized blueberries in late spring. Its earlier ripening period make it a popular choice for homeowners who want to extend their harvest time. Plant more than one for good pollination.


Blueberry 'Jelly Bean'

This compact variety is a perfect size for patio containers.  Produces bumper crops of large, super sweet blueberries mid-summer.


Blueberry 'Patriot' Highbush

Nice edible landscape shrub producing an abundance of large fruit in July. Foliage turning fiery orange in the fall.

Blueberry 'Peach Sorbet'

  • This dwarf, evergreen blueberry has unique foliage ranging from peachy-pink, to green, to eggplant purple in winter
  • Outstanding choice for foundation planting or patio container
  • Abundance of blueberries in mid-summer

Blueberry 'Pink Lemonade'

So unique! This new pink blueberry provides year-round beauty and interest. Pinkish-white, bell-shaped blooms appear in spring. Summer brings pale green fruit that quickly turns deep pink for harvest. Autumn leaves are bright orange and red. Fruit is deliciously sweet and mild; nice firm texture. Self pollinator, but will produce more fruit by planting more than one.

Blueberry 'Premier'

Flowers late in the spring, so rarely damaged by frost. Large, juicy berries ripen in June and July. Adapts well to hot, humid summers. Excellent as a landscape shrub.

Blueberry 'Woodard'

Vigorous grower makes this blueberry bush an excellent edible shrub border. Although not necessary, planting more than one variety will bring you an abundance of blueberries and cross pollination.


Boxwood 'Newport Blue'

'Newport Blue' is a nice looking boxwood with its blue-green foliage and pyramidal form that only needs lite seasonal shearing to keep its shape. A perfect choice for small spaces, rock gardens, dwarf gardens or containers.


Boxwood 'Green Gem'

A small, lush mound of emerald green summer foliage with some bronzing in winter. Naturally oval form and dense foliage is perfect for low hedges or  foundation planting. Evergreen

Boxwood 'Green Ice'

Boxwood 'Green Ice', has glossy, dark green, evergreen foliage and is considered super hardy, maintaining a deep-green winter color. The new spring growth is blue-green which turns a glossy, deep green in the summer. Green Ice is an attractive, medium-sized evergreen shrub with a round, compact growth habit. No pruning is required to maintain its shape. It makes a nice hedge or works well for foundation landscaping.


Boxwood 'Green Velvet'

Hardy and compact evergreen shrub that adds color and texture to the landscape. Dense, rounded growth habit needs little pruning to retain its shape. Perfect as a foundation planting or low hedge.

Boxwood 'Winter Gem'

  • Large, dark green leaves turns a bronzy color in fall/winter
  • Rounded habit - loves to be sheared
  • Nice foundation plant or medium sized, evergreen hedge
Boxwood, Dwarf English

Boxwood, Dwarf English

  • Slow growing, dwarf evergreen that is ideal for planting along pathways or under low windows in a foundation planting
  • Likes to be sheared, so makes a nice hedge
  • Great in containers
Boxwood, English

Boxwood, English 'Variegated'

Small dark green leaves are bordered by a creamy white variegation adding interest and color. Easily pruned into topiary shapes or a formal hedge. Also good for containers and foundation plantings. Evergreen.
Boxwood, Korean

Boxwood, Korean 'Little Leaf'

Sometimes called 'wintergreen' boxwood, this variety has bright green foliage changing to a unique copper color in winter. Responds well to pruning so is an excellent choice for a small hedge or in a shrub border. One of hardiest of the boxwoods.

Buckthorn, Fineline

Buckthorn, Fineline

Great for a narrow hedge or screen. Also works well in containers. The berries attract birds, however are not edible for humans. Non-invasive and deer resistant. Deciduous

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