This tree is best known for its vibrant fall foliage and syrup production. It is very hardy and provides great shade through the majority of the year.
Also known as a Paper Birch this native tree grows a smooth white bark that curls and peels as it matures. It yields bright yellow fall foliage growing in an oval shape.
This tree is an excellent landscape tree producing elegant white flowers in the spring and bright red berries in the fall.
Blooming in early fall with delicate white flowers it is a small growing tree or bush that produces bright berries utilized by wildlife.
Producing small white flowers in late spring this bush is a staple in wildlife habitat producing berries in the fall. The berries can also be processed into wine or jam.
This multiuse plant is beautiful as a stand-alone bush or hedgerow. It yields elegant pink flowers in late summer to fall. High tolerance to pollution makes this plant great for city plantings.
Growing 6-12′ in height this shade-loving bush has aromatic stems and leaves. Pale yellow flowers yield bright red berries in the fall which are enjoyed by all types of wildlife. The bright green leaves turn a vibrant yellow in the fall.
Blooming in early spring with large fragrant purple flower clusters. Growing into a well-rounded shrub, plant 3-4′ apart form a beautiful hedge.
Contains two of each native flowering bush: White Flowering Dogwood, Elderberry, Black Chokeberry, Juneberry and American Cranberry.
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