Native Shrubs

 

SHRUBS AND TREES
WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF STRAIGHT SPECIES NATIVE AND CULTIVAR NATIVE SHRUBS
Why Plant Natives?
This is my personal reason why I plant natives. I love the nature that God created! The design of nature is so vast and beyond comprehension. I love the lightening bugs, the sound of tree frogs and crickets singing, the hoot of the owl after sundown. I love to see monarch butterflies sailing along with the air drifts. I love to hear the call of birds. It’s so interesting to name the different butterflies with the butterfly guide. To see the swoop of the hawk, the graceful gait of the deer, the bumble bee buzzing among the flowers, brings worship in my heart to God for creating all this for mankind to enjoy. And I want to pass all this wonderful creation along to my grandchildren! God gave the care of these creatures into the hands of mankind at creation. At the end of each day God saw his creation was “GOOD”.
The plight of the monarch has caught much attention. Magazines and newspaper articles have been written. The butterfly weed and milkweed family, Asclepias, was created as a specific host plant for the monarch. But there are many other insects that are plant specific, just like the monarch. Certain plants depend on certain bees, other butterflies are host specific. More and more habitat is being lost, so that is why planting Native plants to this region is very important in our backyards. If we want beautiful gardens why not plant, plants that will HOST butterflies and other insects? Exotic plants from foreign countries do very little for the tiny insects God created for us here in Pennsylvania. Some of these imported plants have become invasive and are taking over the Native plants to our region. Is there anything homeowners can do in our little landscapes? Plant native plants to the region in which you live and watch nature return to your gardens! And you will see that creation is “GOOD”!
Acer pensylvanicum - Maple, striped
Acer pensylvanicum – Striped Maple
Amelanchier ainifolia ‘Regent’ – serviceberry
Amelanchier canadensis – Serviceberry, June Berry
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi, - Bearberry
Aronia arbutifolia ‘Brilliantissima’ - Chockeberry
Aronia arbutifolia, - Chokeberry red
ARONIA LOW SCAPE MOUND – Chokeberry
ARONIA melanocarpa ‘VIKING’ – Chokeberry
Aronia melanocarpa, - Chokeberry, black
AZALEA, WESTON’S – NATIVE - Extend your seasonal sales with summer-blooming native azaleas. Developed by the Mezitt family at Weston Nurseries in Massachusetts, these colorful varieties are also delightfully fragrant. All are deciduous and easy to gow.
AZALEA ‘WESTONS INNOCENCE’ -
AZALEA ‘WESTONS LEMON DROP’
AZALEA ‘WESTONS LOLLIPOP’
AZALEA ‘WESTONS PINK AND SWEET’
BETULA nigra ‘FOX VALLEY’ (river birch)
Betula nigra, - Birch River
Betula papyrifera, - Birch, Paper
Bignonia capreolata - crossvine
CALYCANTHUS ‘APHRODITE’ - Sweetshrub
Calycanthus floridus - Sweet shrub
Carya ovata - Hickory Shagbark
CEANOTHUS americanus – New Jersey Tea
Celastrus scandens First Editions ‘Autumn Revolution’ - Bittersweet
Celtis occidentalis – common hackberry
Cephalanthus occidentalis – Common Buttonbush
Cephalanthus occidentalis 'Sputnik" - Buttonbush
CEPHALANTHUS occidentalis SUGAR SHACK (Buttonbush)
Cercis canadensis - Redbud eastern
CLEMATIS virginiana
CLETHRA alnifolia ‘RUBY SPICE’ (Summersweet)
CLETHRA alnifolia ‘VANILLA SPICE’ (Summersweet)
CLETHRA alnifolia SUGARTINA ‘Crystalina’ (Summersweet)
Cornus alternifolia GOLDEN SHAWDOWS – Red Twig Dogwood
Cornus florida, - Dogwood, Red Cherokee Chief, a cultivar
Cornus florida, - Dogwood, White
CORNUS obliqua RED ROVER (Red Twig Dogwood)
CORNUS stolonifera ‘Baileyi’ – Red Twig Dogwood
CORNUS stolonifers ARCTIC FIRE – Red Twig Dogwood
COTINUS X ‘GRACE’ (Smokebush) Cross between native C.obovatus and C.’Velvet Cloak’
DIERVILLA KODIAK BLACK (Bush Honeysuckle)
DIERVILLA KODIAK ORANGE (Bush Honeysuckle)
DIERVILLA KODIAK RED (Bush Honeysuckle)
Diospyros virginiana – persimmon
Euonymus americanus - Hearts a burstin
FOTHERGILLA gardenii (Bottlebrush)
GELSEMIUM sempervirens ‘MARGARITA’ (Carolina jasmine)
Hamamelis virginiana – American witchhazel
Hamamelis virginiana - Witchhazel American
Hydrangea arborescens 'Haas Halo' - smooth hydrangea
HYDRANGEA arborescens INVINCIBBELLE WEE WHITE – Smooth Hydrangea
HYDRANGEA arborescens INVINCIBELLE MINI MAUBETTE (Smooth Hydrangea)
HYDRANGEA arborescens INVINVIBELLE RUBY – Smooth Hydrangea
Hydrangea arborescens 'White Dome' - smooth hydrangea SOLD OUT
HYDRANGEA quercifolia ‘Munchkin’ – Oakleaf Hydrangea
HYDRANGEA quercifolia RUBY SLIPPERS – Oakleaf Hydrangea
HYPERICUM SUNNY BOULEVARD (St. John’s-Wort)
Ilex glarbra ‘Shamrock’ - Holly inkberry, Shamrock
ILEX verticillata BERRY HEAVY – Winterberry Holly
ILEX verticillata BERRY NICE – Winterberry Holly
ILEX verticillata BERRY POPPINS (Winterberry Holly)
ILEX verticillata LITTLE GOBLIN ORANGE – Winterberry Holly
ILEX verticillata LITTLE GOBLIN RED – Winterberry Holly
ILEX verticillata MR POPPINS – Winterberry Holly pollinator
ITEA virginica - LITTLE HENRY – Sweetspire
ITEA virginica SCENTLANDIA – Sweetspire
JUNIPERUS GOOD VIBRATIONS Gold - Juniper
Juniperus viginiana – Eastern Red Cedar
Lonicera sempervirens - coral honeysuckle
Lonicera sempervirens 'John Clayton' - yellow honeysuckle SOLD OUT
Lonicera sempervirens 'MAJOR WHEELER' – Native red honeysuckle vine
Nyssa sylvatica – black or sour gum
Oxydendrum arboretum - Sourwood
PHILADELPHUS SNOW DWARF – Mock Orange (Canadian Hybrid)
Physocarpus opulifolius - Ninebark
PHYSOCARPUS RED ROBE - Ninebark
PHYSOCARPUS SUMMER WINE - Ninebark
PHYSOCARPUS TINY WINE – Ninebark
PHYSOCARPUS TINY WINE Gold - Ninebark
POTENTILLA fruticose HAPPY FACE HEARTS - Bush Cinquefoil
POTENTILLA HAPPY FACE PINK PARADISE – Bush Cinquefiol
Prunus virginiana ‘Red Select’ – Canada Red Chokecherry
Quercus bicolor – Oak swamp white
Quercus coccinea - Oak scarlet
Sambucus canadensis, - Elderberry, American
SAMBUCUS racemosa - LEMONY LACE - Elderberry
Sorbus americana, - Ash American Mountain
SYMPHORICARPOS PROUD BERRY – Coral Berry
THUJA occidentalis ‘Filips Magic Monent’ – Arborvitae
THUJA occidentalis ANNA’S MAGIC BALL – Arborvitae
THUJA occidentalis PANCAKE - Arborvitae
THUJA occidentalis YELLOW RIBBON - Arborvitae
Vaccinium 'Reka' - Northern Highbush blueberry
Vaccinium 'Top Hat' - Northern Highbush blueberry
Viburnum cassiniodes - Viburnum witherod
VIBURNUM cassiniodes ‘LIL DITTY’ – Northern withered viburnum
Viburnum dentatum - ALL THAT GLITTERS – Arrowwood viburnum
Viburnum dentatum - ALL THAT GLOWS – Arrowwood viburnum
Viburnum lentago – viburnum nannyberry
VIBURNUM nudum 'BRANDYWINE' – Southern withered viburnum
Viburnum prunifolium – black haw viburnum