Ilex (Centennial) HollyEvergreen holly with matte green evergreen foliage and an abundant supply of bright red fruits that ripen in fall.
Globosa SpruceRounded mound of silvery-blue needles perched atop a tall stem adds height and a whimsical touch to the landscape.
Green Velvet Boxwood 2It has small, rounded leaves that are glossy, thick and an attractive shade of rich green.
False (Gold Thread) CypressGround hugging shrub that looks a lot like a stringy leaved mop with a gorgeous accent color of gold.
Pauls Select Norway SpruceUnique blue-needled form of Norway spruce. It is very winter-hardy to minus 40, and
grows well in damper soil and climates.
Russian (Carpet) CypressIts foliage is soft and feathery, bright green in spring and summer, turning to a bronzy-purple color in the fall and winter.
Gold Pfitzer JuniperThis fast-growing evergreen transforms into bluish green foliage accented with golden tips.
Blue Rug JuniperLow growing, creeping silvery-blue evergreen shrub with dark blue, berry-like cones. Makes a perfect ground cover in sunny areas. In winter, the foliage turns a purplish color, for additional interest.
BarberryGold Beret is a unique dwarf, low mounding gold barberry with attractive red new growth and red fall color.
Strongbox HollyCompact, evergreen, naturally mounded shrub that offers resistance to deer, disease, and winter burn.
Helmond Pillar BarberryA very striking vertical deciduous shrub, growing 4 or 5 feet tall, but staying just 1 or 2 feet wide. It has rich, deep-purple to red leaves, which hold their color throughout spring and summer, and then turn bright red in fall.
Lemon Princess SpireaFeatures showy clusters of hot pink flowers at the ends of the branches from late spring to early summer.
Russian SageIs a bushy, woody-based deciduous perennial with long terminal panicles of small, lavender-blue flowers, borne on thin white stems, clad with finely-dissected, aromatic gray-green leaves.