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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.


Hemlock 'Labar's Weeping Carolina'

  • Beautiful weeping conifer that is perfect for draping over and around a wall or fence
  • Older specimens will be loaded with tiny cones
Hemlock, Canadian

Hemlock, Canadian

  • Graceful, pyramidal conifer
  • Loves to be sheared
  • Very dark green needles
  • Great for privacy screening or a noise barrier
Hemlock, Canadian Weeping

Hemlock, Canadian Weeping

  • Lawn specimen
  • Informal hedge with its graceful weeping habit
  • Waterside planting
  • Can be maintained by regular pruning

Holly 'Castle Spire' (female)

Compact and pyramidal  with dark green leaves. Red berries in winter when pollinated by a male holly such as 'Castle Wall'. Makes a nice evergreen hedge. Ideal as a specimen  for a smaller landscape.


Holly 'Castle Wall'

Compact and pyramidal, this holly can take wet to boggy soils. Makes a great hedge or foundation planting. Also makes a nice specimen for a smaller landscape. This is the male pollinator for the female holly 'Castle Spire'


Holly 'Centennial Girl'

This evergreen holly tree slowly forms a large dense, conical shape. Beautiful year-round with red berries in winter. No need for a pollinator for this variety to berry. However, a male pollinator in the area will produce more berries. Very cold hardy and drought tolerant.


Holly 'Dragon Lady'

The Dragon Lady holly has beautiful glossy dark green foliage. Its narrow width makes it an excellent vertical accent or can be used as a hedge or screen. This female holly will need a nearby male pollinator, such as 'Blue Prince' to set berries. The red berries attract birds and other wildlife.


Holly 'Needlepoint'

  • Slow, upright grower
  • Bears a heavy crop of bright red berries that last through winter
  • Performs well as a lush screen or border in the landscape
  • Heat and drought tolerant

Holly 'Nellie R. Stevens'

A vigorous grower, this holly's huge proportions place it in the tree category. Plant several for a durable evergreen windbreak or as a privacy hedge. Produces berries if a male Chinese Holly is nearby.


Holly 'Oakleaf'

  • Hybrid holly with a tall, elegant, pyramidal form.
  • Foliage is similar in shape to that of an oak leaf emerging bronze to burgundy in spring and maturing to emerald green.
  • This cold hardy variety is stunning as a tall hedge or specimen.
  • Evergreen
Holly,  English

Holly, English 'Variegated'

Popular selection with shiny, dark-green leaves edged with creamy-white margins. Pyramidal grower brightens winter gardens with showy red berries. Ideal for holiday decorations. Male English holly pollinator needed for berry set. Its pyramidal form is particularly beautiful as a specimen. Makes a great privacy screen.
Holly, Blue Prince

Holly, Blue Prince

  • Make a nice hedge or specimen plant
  • Excellent pollinator for nearby female hollies, such as Blue Princess or Dragon Lady.
  • The beautiful blue-cast foliage is a perfect backdrop for light-colored plants
Holly, Blue Princess

Holly, Blue Princess

  • A profusion of bright red berries fall thru winter
  • Use Blue Prince Holly as a pollinator for berry set
  • Makes a nice privacy screen or can be sheared into a formal hedge
  • Attracts birds
Holly, Scarlet

Holly, Scarlet's Peak

  • Brilliant red berries in winter. No pollinator needed.
  • Tall and narrow growth habit makes this holly perfect as a vertical accent
  • Deer resistant
Hornbeam, European

Hornbeam, European

  • Attractive, columnar tree
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow-orange in fall
  • Great for screens and street trees
Japanese Maple

Japanese Maple 'Bloodgood'

  • Grafted for true red leaves
  • Outstanding red color in spring, summer and fall
  • Great as a specimen tree
  • Slow Grower
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