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Fragrant yellow flowers bloom from mid to late spring and are followed by red to purplish berries and red fall foliage color. A very ornamental shrub, it is also attractive to hummingbirds, pollinators and birds. While usually found on the east side …
New for 2023!
This native honeysuckle is a sprawling woody vine that will grow along the ground, over other plants or on a trellis. Fragrant pink flowers attract hummingbirds and pollinators. Birds eat the bright translucent berries that follow.
- Mature height: 3′-20′
- Mature width: 6′-8′
- Light conditions: …
New for 2023!
Quaking Aspen is the most widely distributed tree across North America. This striking tree is known for its fluttering leaves, white bark and yellow fall color. It occurs in a variety of soil conditions, and is a great restoration species that is best planted away from structures and drain fields to avoid damage …
Flowering from mid-winter to early spring, Beaked Hazelnut has attractive drooping catkins that add winter interest before plants leaf out in the spring. The green roundish leaves turn a soft yellow in fall, and the shrub produces nuts that are a favorite of wildlife. The ascending …
Showy fragrant white flowers cover the branches from late May into summer, making this a valuable pollinator plant as well as a sweet-smelling addition to the landscape. Squirrels and birds eat the seeds later in the summer. Mock Orange is considered drought …
Showy and fragrant pink flowers appear from May to July and are followed by red hips from early fall through winter, attracting both pollinators and birds. This wide spreading, thicket-forming shrub is one of the easiest native shrubs to establish in tough conditions. It is an …
Round clusters of white flowers cover long arching branches from late spring to early summer. Showy pinkish-brown seed heads remain on the plant through the summer, and attractive peeling bark adds winter interest. Pacific Ninebark has a dense root system and is a great choice for …
Creamy white clusters of small flowers bloom from early spring to mid-summer. Birds and small mammals love the bright red berries that follow. This shrub is a good source of nesting materials for native bees. It has a broad arching shape and responds well to pruning. …
Blooms that range from dark to light pink and sometimes white cover this plant from March to June, making it one of the showiest native shrubs available. Excellent in a hedgerow, Red Flowering Currant is attractive to hummingbirds and other pollinators. Useful as a landscape feature …
Small white flowers in flat-top clusters bloom from late spring to early summer. Whitish berries, red tinged autumn foliage and bright red bark provide striking fall and winter interest. Plant in the sun and cut back hard in late winter or early spring to encourage the …
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