Winter Greenhouse

2020 New Trees & Shrubs

Includes Roses, Vines and Small Fruits

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Apple Norland

Apple Norland

One of the earliest summer apples to ripen. Well suited to very cold regions. A natural semi-dwarf tree that is precocious and productive. The small to medium sized fruit has an attractive red color. Good cooking or eating apple with sweet taste and crisp texture. Keeps about 16 weeks in cold storage. Fruit must be picked before full maturity for storage or use.

Ash Leaf Spirea Matcha Ball

Ash Leaf Spirea Matcha Ball

This non-invasive Ash Leaf Spirea forms a perfect round ball of pretty fern-like foliage in a fresh shade of green. Young leaves emerge with a hint of red to orange-peach, ultimately maturing to green.

Balsam Fir Tyler Blue

Balsam Fir Tyler Blue

A beautiful, compact, pyramidal tree, which stands out in the landscape with its distinctive, bright blue appearance. The lush needles are soft to touch, typical of other Balsam firs. The annual growth rate is 4-6 inches, the mature size is about 20-25 feet.

Barberry Golden Devine

Barberry Golden Devine

The vivid yellow leaves, edged with crimson, make this slow growing Japanese Barberry a ray of sunshine in any garden. Plant it in in full sun for best color. It will mound to 12" and spread to 18".

Barberry Sunjoy Gold Pillar

Barberry Sunjoy Gold Pillar

Orange-red new growth matures to vivid gold, which doesn't fade in the sun. Autumn brings stunning orange-red color. Appealing, versatile, columnar habit. Easy care and deer resistant.

Blue Spruce Avatar

Blue Spruce Avatar

A classic Colorado Blue Spruce, manifesting the best qualities this species offers. It has a distinctive tiered pattern of branching, and the exceptionally lush blue foliage is especially striking in spring, when the new needles emerge as soft blue powder puffs. With a mature size of about 20 feet in height and 15 feet in width, it can develop its full majesty in many sizes of landscapes.

Blue Spruce Bonny Blue

Blue Spruce Bonny Blue

The tiny, narrow and very short needles are bright blue and they are closely arranged with an angle that is acute to the stem. Slower growing when young, this beauty matures into a narrow, 25 feet tall, and 15 feet wide, formal stature.

Coralberry Proud Berry

Coralberry Proud Berry

Cute, rounded, bluish-green leaves look handsome all season. In late summer, bell-shaped flowers appear. Then in autumn the flowers develop into large, unique, dark pink berries. The berry stems look great indoors as a long lasting, late season flower bouquet.

Crabapple April Showers

Crabapple April Showers

This 8-10 feet tall crab has an elegant weeping silhouette with an abundance of light pink to white blooms in spring, followed by bright red, persistent fruits. Its special branch structure provides quite some winter interest. Highly scab resistant.

Crabapple Red Jade

Crabapple Red Jade

When given enough room, this graceful weeping crab will develop to a focal point in your garden. Opening from pink buds, masses of white flowers are followed by abundant, glossy, red fruits 0.5 inches in diameter. They persist well into winter and are loved by birds. But they may be harvested for jelly making, too.

Crabapple Starlite

Crabapple Starlite

A flowering crabapple hardy enough for the northern plains. White flowers bloom in May followed by small, shiny bright red fruit that persists into winter. Starlite has dark green, glossy, disease resistant foliage. Good for space challenged sites due to its upright branching habit.

Dogwood Arctic Fire Yellow

Dogwood Arctic Fire Yellow

This new native cultivar offers a ray of winter sunshine for your garden! It has the same legendary durability as red-twig dogwood, but brings a cheerful yellow option. Stunning on its own, or planted with Arctic Fire Red dogwood, it also brings a nice option for cutting for winter and holiday arrangements.

Dogwood Red Rover

Dogwood Red Rover

White flowers contrast nicely with the green foliage in summer, which transforms to deep purple in autumn and luminous red in winter. Blue berries on burgundy red branches complete the show. Does well in moist sites.

Gingko Biloba Gold Spire

Gingko Biloba Gold Spire

A small tree, 15 ft tall, which has a distinct pyramidal to columnar form, a dense habit and short internodes. The fan-shaped leaves turn stunning shades of gold in the fall.

Hops Cascade

Hops Cascade

A vigorous and fast-climbing vine, that will quickly wrap itself around any upright structure. It produces papery cone-like hops later in the summer, which is typically used to produce moderately bitter West Coast Craft Alesbeer. This green-leaf-variety will die back to the ground each winter.

Hydrangea Tree Berry White

Hydrangea Tree Berry White

Berry White, which replaces the popular Vanilla Strawberry hydrangea, is now also available in treeform, with sturdier stems and upright staying large flower panicles. Color starts out in white and progresses to dark pink, beginning at the bottom, and developing up to the top of the panicle.

Juniper Shimpaku

Juniper Shimpaku

This versatile, vase-shaped Juniper develops upright, fountain-like branches that are covered in robust, green, awl-shaped foliage. It is a slow-growing evergreen shrub that typically grows to 3' tall and 5' wide over a period of 10 years. Appreciated by bonsai enthusiasts for an irregular form and exposed, peeling bark, it also makes an interesting addition to container arrangements and garden beds.

Lilac Bloomerang Dwarf Pink

Lilac Bloomerang Dwarf Pink

This dwarf lilac naturally grows as a small, rounded shrub, at just about a third the size of conventional lilacs. It outperforms other lilacs with its pure pink blooms that cover the plant in late spring, then reappear throughout summer and fall. Plus, it's vigorous and resistant to disease.

Lilac Tree Bloomerang Dark Purple

Lilac Tree Bloomerang Dark Purple

Tree-form of the improved, bolder Bloomerang Dark Purple lilac. Very large, dark purple buds emerge in mid to late spring. These open to a classic deep purple-lilac color and perfume the air for weeks. The plant then takes a brief rest to create new growth before it starts to bloom again in mid to late summer, continuing through frost.

Lilac Virtual Violet

Lilac Virtual Violet

Highly ornamental lilac with shiny violet new leaves and deep purple petioles. Stunning fragrant, violet flowers emerge from distinctive fuchsia flower buds. Dense upright habit and remarkably mildew free.

Mockorange Illuminati Arch

Mockorange Illuminati Arch

This beauty has romantic white flowers and a very strong, sweet, orange blossom fragrance. Its space-saving shape takes up a fraction of the room of older varieties. Moreover, the elegant, arching habit and the handsome, clean foliage look great all season. Imagine a fragrant hedge, or a striking specimen, or plant in your perennial garden and bring back those memories of Grandma's garden. Drought Tolerant.

Mugo Pine White Bud

Mugo Pine White Bud

In winter, Pinus mugo 'White Bud' shows off a subtle seasonal trait. Cold weather brings a white resinous coating to each terminal bud, producing a dramatic frosty effect against the plant's dark green winter foliage. During the rest of the year, the reliable, slow growing true dwarf requires little care and maintains its small stature without candle pruning. Replaces Valley Cushion. Highly desirable for rock garden, entry or border.

Pearlbush Snowday Blizzard

Pearlbush Snowday Blizzard

This shrub is a blizzard of pure white, extra large flowers in spring. A very showy specimen plant for the spring landscape, and can be incorporated into mixed borders. It can be pruned to keep small or trained into a small tree.

Potentilla Happy Face Pink Paradise

Potentilla Happy Face Pink Paradise

A better pink potentilla! The clear pink, semi-doubled flowers hold their color longer than other pink potentillas, although they may still fade under intense heat. This is an excellent choice for cooler climate gardeners who want low-maintenance flowers all summer long. Good choice for mass plantings, or incorporated into mixed borders

Potentilla Happy Face White

Potentilla Happy Face White

Happy Face White Potentilla offers extra-large white flowers, and lots of them. Blooming non-stop from spring to frost, this super durable plant will put a smile on your face. Needs little maintenance and is highly deer resistant.

Potentilla Happy Face Yellow

Potentilla Happy Face Yellow

Happy Face Yellow Potentilla offers extra-large bright yellow flowers, and lots of them. Blooming non-stop from spring to frost, this super durable plant will put a smile on your face. Needs little maintenance and is highly deer resistant.

Potentilla Mandarin Tango

Potentilla Mandarin Tango

The 1 inch single round flowers are a lovely shade of orange with just a hint of red in them.They hold their color even in the hot summer. This potentilla forms a beautifully, compact, rounded shrub, making it perfect for the foundation.

Potentilla Marmalade

Potentilla Marmalade

Another compact potentilla with dark green foliage and unique, rose-like double flowers in intense shades of orange and red, which hold their color even in the hot season. It blooms all summer and fall.

Rose Navy Lady

Rose Navy Lady

A rich, dark velvet red semi-double rose of substance. Bloom is strong in early summer, then repeats in several flushes throughout the season. Own root.

Rose Oso Easy Double Red

Rose Oso Easy Double Red

The lush, deep red blooms are held well above the lustrous, green foliage, which has excellent resistance to powdery mildew and black spot - so it stays looking good all season.

Rose Rugosa Belle Poitevine

Rose Rugosa Belle Poitevine

A classic old rugosa with lovely, large, soft pink blossoms and deeper pink veining. Strong fragrance. Intensely red hips add fall intrigue to this dense, mounded shrub about 4-feet tall and about as wide. Very hardy.

Sageleaf Willow Iceberg Alley

Sageleaf Willow Iceberg Alley

The powdery, silver foliage of this beautiful native cultivar adds texture and contrast when combined with other colorful shrubs. It forms a rounded shrub and does not overtake the landscape. It blooms in spring with a very pretty silver catkin with red stamens. It tolerates pruning beautifully. Consider cutting the stems in early spring for the decorative catkins!

Scotch Pine Pumila

Scotch Pine Pumila

Slowly grows into a mounded, very compact evergreen, with short, bluish-green needles densely held to grayish-yellow branches. The foliage keeps its color throughout the winter.

Seven Son Flower Tianshan

Seven Son Flower Tianshan

What makes this smaller variety unique is its compact, rounded, upright shape, being only 8-12 feet high and 5-7 feet wide. Clusters of fragrant, creamy-white flowers appear in late summer. The blooms are followed in autumn by unusual purplish-red fruits. The dark green, shiny foliage turns yellow in late fall. Exfoliating bark is very attractive in the winter. Use it as a feature plant or as an informal hedge.

Spirea Double Play Doozie

Spirea Double Play Doozie

In early spring, the foliage emerges in a blazing brilliant deep-red color. By late spring, the flowers emerge in bright, glowing purple-red. And because it produces no seeds, it puts all of its energy into keeping flowering all summer long! It does this all with the same good looks, drought tolerance, and deer resistance that you expect from spirea.

Summersweet Vanilla Spice

Summersweet Vanilla Spice

This tidy, neat, compact summersweet has attractive glossy, dark green leaves and extra large, pure white flower spikes. They are very fragrant and act as a magnet for butterflies during the late summer months. Each single flower is roughly the size of a dime, about twice the size of any other Clethra. It has the same features as 'Ruby Spice', with an upright and compact habit.

Tartarian Maple Hot Wings

Tartarian Maple Hot Wings

Growing only 25 feet tall and 20 feet wide, this beautiful maple, bred in Colorado, is a perfect choice for smaller spaces. Its habit is graceful, upright and spreading. Little yellow flowers are followed by awesome looking bright red samaras, hence the name Hot Wings. The dark green foliage turns yellow to red in the fall. Tolerant of alkalinity and dry conditions.

Thuja Full Speed A Hedge

Thuja Full Speed A Hedge

Full Speed A Hedge 'American Pillar' arborvitae is selected for its very rapid growth rate, dense branching structure, and tall, narrow habit. One can practically watch it growing into a lush evergreen privacy wall. It maintains this useful desirable columnar shape with minimal pruning. It has tremendous potential in both the residential and commercial landscape market, and is an excellent specimen plant.

Viburnum Spice Baby

Viburnum Spice Baby

With its strong growth, exceptional fragrant and colorful spring blooms, and its attractive compact habit, this Korean Spice Viburnum is a great addition to smaller gardens. The flowers start out as deep reddish-pink buds and mature to a blush pinkish-white. It is stronger growing than other compact varieties.

Weeping Serbian Spruce Gotelli

Weeping Serbian Spruce Gotelli

This magnificent, formal spruce adds height and drama to any garden. Its youthful, open form matures into a neat, narrow spire with gracefully pendant branches and strictly weeping branchlets.

Weigela Sonic Bloom Pearl

Weigela Sonic Bloom Pearl

White flowers with a yellow throat will change to pink with a reddish throat. Strongly reblooms without deadheading until the first frost.

White Spruce Yukon Blue

White Spruce Yukon Blue

This 10-12 feet tall dwarf will delight year-round with its short blue-gray needles, contrasted against tawny stems. The short needles expose the abundant dark brown buds. Perfect for cold areas where a slow growing tree with a broad upright habit is needed.

Winterberry Berry Heavy

Winterberry Berry Heavy

Tiny white flowers in spring mature to clusters of show stopping red berries, which provide a spectacular winter show. Leaves drop early resulting in a long-lasting display of abundant berries. Use Mr. Poppins Winterberry as pollinator

Winterberry Berry Heavy Gold

Winterberry Berry Heavy Gold

A shrub with excellent year round interest. Abundant small green-white flowers are followed by a profusion of big, bright golden berries in fall and winter. Needs Mr. Poppins as a male pollinator.

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