2021 New Trees & Shrubs

Includes Roses, Vines and Small Fruits

Abelia Sweet Emotion

Abelia Sweet Emotion

It took years to develop this improved, most fragrant version of the unique Abelia mosanensis, but it was worth the wait. Being the hardiest abelia yet, it offers superior production, more colorful flowers, and an improved elegant habit. Jasmine-scented white and pink blooms adorn the arching branches in mid-late spring - you simply must smell them to believe their fragrance. Glossy green foliage turns an attractive orange-red in autumn, and attractive seed heads add additional interest.

Barberry Sunjoy Mini Saffron

Barberry Sunjoy Mini Saffron

This dwarf is a burn-resistant gem that shines out in the landscape, even in the heat of summer. It has bright yellow foliage that shows hints of orange in the new growth and turns orange-red in fall. The neat bun-like habit needs no trimming or fussing.

Barberry Sunjoy Mini Salsa

Barberry Sunjoy Mini Salsa

An improved version of the popular 'Crimson Pygmy' with vivid, dark red foliage that looks colorful from spring to fall. It does not revert, is faster growing and consistently compact. No worries about this plant suddenly becoming too large. Use it for mass plantings, or edging beds and borders.

Carolina Allspice Simply Scentsational

Carolina Allspice Simply Scentsational

The nicest and most intriguing scent you'll find in any garden! Debate amongst your friends and relatives whether it's melon, banana, strawberry, pineapple, or even Juicy Fruit gum that your nose is picking up. And while you're at it, you can admire its gorgeous velvety magnolia-like flowers. Selected and refined over an 18 year period, the large blooms of this North American native are a deep burgundy and appear in abundance through late spring and summer. They are powerfully fragrant even when they are wilted.

Dwarf Blue Spruce Picea Sester

Dwarf Blue Spruce Picea Sester

Stunning blue needles, slow growth rate, and classic conical form makes this dwarf form of Colorado Blue Spruce an ideal plant for smaller gardens. It grows at only about one-fourth the rate of its large parent and is virtually maintenance free to keep its tidy shape.

Eastern White Pine Angel Falls

Eastern White Pine Angel Falls

Named for the world's tallest waterfall, this striking selection of Eastern white pine has very long, very narrow, light green needles and a strong weeping habit. Its closely held branches develop graceful draping forms that combine a tall, narrow stature with a broad, flowing skirt. It is purported to be slower growing with denser branching than similar cultivars. If staked and trained it can be grown into an outstanding 10-20 feet tall upright specimen. Terminal shoots will advance at a yearly rate of 8 to 15 inches.

Engelmann Spruce Bushs Lace

Engelmann Spruce Bushs Lace

A vigorous tree with a strong central leader, irregular branching, and a soft texture. The branches extend out before drooping downward. Beiing native to the higher elevations of the Rocky and Cascade Mountains, this conifer is adapted to dealing with extreme winds and cold.

Ginkgo Mariken On 24 Inch Standard

Ginkgo Mariken On 24 Inch Standard

This compact, bushy Ginkgo was discovered in 1995 as a witch's broom growing in a Ginkgo tree in the Netherlands. It has proven an excellent find, descended with the unique history of the species, with the same fan-shaped green leaves that flutter in the wind and turn bright yellow in fall. But 'Mariken' stays very small, its thick, spreading branches loaded with a dense arrangement of foliage. The slow-growing, deciduous conifer makes a high-interest architectural feature, a flat, rounded, form, for either small garden or container.

Grape Edelweiss

Grape Edelweiss

A disease resistant table grape from the University of Minnesota. Vigorous. Green-white with high sugar content, good 'grapy' taste.

Grape Itasca Wine

Grape Itasca Wine

The first hardy grape with sufficiently low acidity and high sugar levels to produce high quality, dry white wine. It appeals for its manageable growth habit, and its resistance to common pests and diseases such as phylloxera and powdery mildew. Clusters of moderately compact golden fruit ripen by mid to late September. The wine can be described as clean and pleasant with a long finish, featuring pear, quince, violet, and melon aromas with subtle floral, honey, and mineral notes.

Hemlock Canadensis Moon Frost

Hemlock Canadensis Moon Frost

This outstanding evergreen provides a brightly coloured, focal point in shady areas. White new growth with older, inner foliage combine for a distinctly white appearance that is unusual and eye-catching, looking like frost on a moonlit night. In winter, the soft, feathery needles takes on a blush of pink. A compact globe when young, it broadens and increases its growth rate with age, but remains a reliably small, dwarf plant.

Honeysuckle Honeybelle

Honeysuckle Honeybelle

A fast and asy-to -grow vine. Its first flush of flowers is like a waterfall of golden blossoms and the repeat is extraordinarily consistent. This compact twining vine will bloom welll into fall and produces some red berries.

Honeysuckle Peaches Cream

Honeysuckle Peaches Cream

A striking, more compact and controlled honeysuckle vine with improved stress tolerance. Dark, maroon-colored buds open to large and fragrant, scarlet-, peach-, pink- and white-cream-colored blooms. These multi-colored blooms start in spring and rebloom all summer. A hummingbird favorite.

Hydrangea Fire Light Tidbit

Hydrangea Fire Light Tidbit

This innovative new development is the tiniest, tidiest panicle hydrangea yet. A bit like Bobo, but with a lower, mounded habit and a lot more color. Big, lush panicles of mophead flowers appear in early-mid summer, nearly obscuring the textured green foliage. They emerge a bright lime green, transition to white, and quickly take on hues of dragon fruit pink. Thick, sturdy stems help to create a neat, mounded plant that's fantastic in landscapes, flower gardens and containers. As a bonus, it will often give you a nice display of orange-red autumn foliage.

Hydrangea Limelight Prime

Hydrangea Limelight Prime

An improved, more refined Limelight, blooming much earlier, creating a longer display with darker, healthier-looking foliage, stronger stems, and a more compact growth habit. The blooms emerge a vivid lime green and maintain that color longer. Then they develop pink and red tones that are far more vivid and showy. It is one of the easiest to grow, most rewarding hydrangeas you can plant, and you can count on it to produce dozens of big, beautiful, mophead blooms every year.

Hydrangea Quick Fire Fab

Hydrangea Quick Fire Fab

The large, upright, football-shaped blooms of this show-stopping, early bloomer are densely packed with delicate, cruciform flowers of a pleasing coconut-lime color. But there's more. Delicious watermelon hues quickly appear at the base of the bloom and darken as they work their way up towards a contrasting lime-green tip. A fabulous, upright garden plant that holds its bottom-to-top blooms with ease and elegance.

Japanese Maple Velvet Viking

Japanese Maple Velvet Viking

Lacy, deeply dissected foliage. Holds its rich red color throughout the growing season, with more vibrant red tones in the fall. Low, spreading branches develop into a beautifully mounded, weeping dwarf form. An excellent container specimen.

Japanese Stone Pine Blue Dwarf

Japanese Stone Pine Blue Dwarf

This refined evergreen displays bright red colored cones in spring that contrast with the color of the dense load of twisted needles. It has a unique horizontal, spreading habit. Native to cold, exposed regions of northeastern Asia, the tough constitution stands up to harsh conditions.

Juniper Blue Carpet

Juniper Blue Carpet

'Blue' points to the summer color of the sharp, overlapping, densely arranged needles. 'Carpet' acknowledges the plant's low, spreading form and its adaptable nature. 'Squamata' refers to the scaly bark typical of the species. Together, these features add up to an excellent, ground-covering choice and divider for banks, slopes and other challenging sites.

Juniper Blue Star

Juniper Blue Star

This very popular cypress has sharp, silvery-blue needles densely arranged in clusters atop tiny stems, thereby resembling many-point stars. The slowly spreading form develops a little broader than tall.

Katsura Tree Claim Jumper

Katsura Tree Claim Jumper

This tree is known for its beautiful shape and its attractive foliage. Heart-shaped leaves emerge yellow with a prominent pink blush. Bright yellow color dominates through the summer. Autumn brings a copper blush, giving the tree an overall golden glow, which gets more intense until leaf drop.

Korean Pine Blue Ball

Korean Pine Blue Ball

A dwarf selection of Korean Pine with blue green needles that emphasize the blue. Short stiff branches and long needles form a globe shaped plant that has a bit of irregularity to it. Hardy and adaptable, with minimal disease or insect problems, it has great potential for a variety of settings.

Lilac Baby Kim Lilac

Lilac Baby Kim Lilac

This improved version of the garden classic 'Miss Kim' is more compact and has greater flower power, with an abundance of delightfully fragrant, darker purple blooms that don't fade to white. It's about half the size, naturally growing as a tidy and appealing little mound that will fit into just about any sunny spot. Additionally it trumps with glossy, dark green foliage, disease resistance, and a fantastic landscape performance.

Norway Spruce Picea Motala

Norway Spruce Picea Motala

A unique needle arrangement and color give this special selection a distinctive look. Blunt-tipped needles radiate out and downward on short, stout, vertical branches, which produces an Abies-like appearance. Minute, glaucous striations on needle tops complement the color with a silver-blue cast.

Norway Spruce Rubra Spicata

Norway Spruce Rubra Spicata

A beautiful tree with upswept branches, and stunning deep red new growth for about two weeks in spring,. Gradually, the foliage changes to reddish-brown and then to green. Although it grows less quickly than the species, it eventually becomes a large tree with an open habit.

Norway Spruce The Limey

Norway Spruce The Limey

Fresh, new foliage emerges each spring from the buds with a bright lemon-lime color. Short needles adorn open branching that will fill in with maturity. As the season progresses, the exposed topsides of the needles remain a pleasant yellow while the undersides and shaded interior foliage turn lime green creating a striking contrast.

Pear Parker

Pear Parker

An upright, vigorous grower with large, yellow-bronze colored, fine grained, tender, and juicy fruit.

Potentilla Happy Face Hearts

Potentilla Happy Face Hearts

Tough and beautiful. This PW potentilla brings extra-large, beautiful apple-blossom like flowers, pink with a white-yellow star in the center, for an antique 'picotee' effect with modern day performance. Maintains pink coloration even in hot weather.

Rhododendron Dandy Man Purple

Rhododendron Dandy Man Purple

This newly bred real rhododendron looks very much like PJM, but is not related to it. However, it is problem free, very disease resistant, and supposed to do great in Wisconsin. It has a resistance to phytophthora, a root rot disease that can often plague rhododendrons. Dark green foliage gives interest all year round, and beautiful purple flowers will put on a show from early spring to early summer. Pretty and tough, this shrub delivers!

Rhododendron Electric Lights Red Azalea

Rhododendron Electric Lights Red Azalea

Finally, a true fire engine red flower on a hardy azalea for northern gardens. Electric Lights Red is a fiery red in early spring, blooming just after the fresh new foliage emerges. It forms an upright mound in the landscape and will tolerate both full sun and part shade.

Rose Oso Easy Hot Paprika

Rose Oso Easy Hot Paprika

A new look for the most popular Oso Easy Paprika rose - the blooms are an electric orange that light up the landscape all summer long. With a compact mounding habit, outstanding hardiness, and superior disease resistance, it is an easy way to enjoy effortless color.

Rose Ringo All Star

Rose Ringo All Star

When you're this colorful, you only need five petals for big impact! The flowers start out a rich melon-orange with a cherry-red center. As each one ages, it transforms to lavender and pink, creating a look of multiple colors on one plant. A crown of fluffy yellow anthers bedecks the center and attracts pollinators. As with all Proven Winners roses, Ringo All-Star is disease resistant and low maintenance. No need to trim or deadhead to keep those fab flowers coming all season!

Sand Cherry Jade Parade

Sand Cherry Jade Parade

A plant that may give a fresh perspective on mass planting groundcovers - being an alternative to Gro-Low sumac. The foliage is an attractive glossy blueish-green, turning shades of yellow, orange, and red in the fall. It has a spreading habit, but rather than just creeping along the ground, the branches arch upwards. In spring, small half inch white blooms flower profusely along the stems and are followed by small black cherries in late summer. Very tolerant of full sun and dry conditions once established.

Spirea Double Play Blue Kazoo

Spirea Double Play Blue Kazoo

Cool blue foliage emerges in a range of shifting hues through the season: red, pink, purple, and green. In early summer, very large white flower clusters appear, creating a perfect contrast. Like other spirea, you can count on this plant to look great while needing minimal care.

St Johns Wort Blues Festival

St Johns Wort Blues Festival

Attractive blue-green leaves contrast with bright yellow sunburst-like flowers in July and August. Tightly branched, compact growth, and low-maintenance makes this native cultivar ideal for landscaping, especially for edging beds and walkways, or as a ground cover.

Summersweet Sixteen Candles

Summersweet Sixteen Candles

A profusion of erect, candle-like, extremely fragrant, 6" tall white flower spikes makes this highly rated summersweet the star of the summer. It has a dense, round habit. The autumn foliage is golden yellow. Ideal for perennial borders or foundation beds. A wonderful butterfly, bee, and hummingbird attractor. Prefers part shade, but tolerates full sun and full shade. Grows well in wet areas.

Weeping White Spruce

Weeping White Spruce

An outstanding weeping selection. Distinctive in its formal narrow conical shape, its pendulous, stiffly held, drooping branches, and its loads of light, gray-green foliage.

Weigela Sonic Bloom Red

Weigela Sonic Bloom Red

The lipstick-red flowers of this Sonic Bloom variety are remarkable enough to make this a choice selection, but a burst of flowers in spring followed by waves of rebloom until frost make it positively extraordinary. Deadheading is not needed for continuous bloom.

Wisteria Summer Cascade

Wisteria Summer Cascade

A beautiful flowering vine which easily covers an arbor or pergola. Blooming in June, individual flowers are borne on long showy racemes and open as a lovely shade of dark lavender and produce an interesting seed pod in late summer. More reliably cold hardy than other wisteria.

Yew Stonehenge

Yew Stonehenge

This yew naturally grows with a narrow, columnar habit, which makes it an eminently versatile landscape shrub. Whether you plant one or a dozen, its small footprint leaves you plenty of room for other purposes. Handsome deep green foliage provides a nice texture, and it's one of the most shade tolerant of all evergreens.

Yezberry Honey Bunch

Yezberry Honey Bunch

With this small and compact haskap bush nearly everyone now has room to grow delicious, nearly care-free Japanese honeyberries. Tubular yellow flowers in very early spring become sweet, elongated blue fruits that taste like a cross between a raspberry and a blueberry. They are perfect for eating fresh or processing. And if you plant it near another yezberry variety you'll ensure a bumper crop on both plants.

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