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Paxistima canbyi nana

Paxistima canbyi nana

One of those understated plants that never steals the scene, but always looks good and makes everything around it look good too. Tidy, compact, spreader, maybe 3 or 4 inches tall with small, glossy, evergreen leaves. Will take dry shade, which few plants will, and is a nice alternative to things like pachysandra or ivy. Native, but not common, to the Eastern US, mostly in Appalachia. Zone 4
$12.00
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Photina x Fraseri

Photina x Fraseri

Where this grows well, it is planted to the point of being overused, but since it isn't hardy here, we still appreciate its excellent qualities. A big evergreen shrub, reaching over 10 feet, that is notable for the vivid red leaves on the new growth that mature to shiny, dark green. Zone 7
$19.00
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Physocarpus opulifolius 'Dart's Gold'

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Dart's Gold'

No connection to the local Styrofoam Billionaire I used to work for, thank god, a nice plant despite the name, its gold fading to lime green as the season progresses.
$24.00
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Physocarpus opulifolius 'Little Devil'

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Little Devil'

$19.00
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Physocarpus opulifolius 'Summer Wine'

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Summer Wine'

A miniature version of 'Diablo', a result of Spring Meadows uncontrolled cross between Diablo and a dwarf form of opulifolius, compact growing with excellent dark purple leaves, it is the best Physocarpus currently in the nursery trade (Dale has a couple sister seedlings that are every bit as nice if not nicer).
$29.00
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Platanus x 'Bloodgood'

Platanus x 'Bloodgood'

Comments: London Planetree is a large tree to 85' that becomes more spreading than pyramidal as it ages. It tolerates dry soil and is resistant to the anthracnose that afflicts Sycamore. The main ornamental trait is the patchy bark. The patches range from creamy-white to olive-green. The tree is a hybrid whose parents are P. occidentalis and P. orientalis.
$39.00
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Pyrocantha 'Harlequin'

Pyrocantha 'Harlequin'

Variegated foliage is pink-white-green in spring and fall, becoming just white variegated in summer, fruits are orangish red; like many variegated plants it is not a fast growing as the green forms, and will only reach 6' or so, with thorns less vicious than some.
$29.00
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