Reeseville Ridge Nursery
512 South Main Street
REESEVILLE WI 53579
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Please note Quantity Pricing, 25 of a species at ½ list price, 100 of a species at 2/5 list price
Abeliophyllum distichum White Forsythia
An arching shrub to 6' with white forsythia-like flowers in early spring with sweet fragrance. Deep green foliage which turns purple and yellow tones in fall. Zone 4 12" 6.00
Acanthopanax sieboldiana Fiveleaf Aralia
An arching shrub with glossy green palmately compound leaves. The stems are armed with short thorns. Plant grows well in medium shade. Zone 5 12" 6.00
Acer campestre Hedge Maple
Wide growing, dense medium height tree. Yellow fall color. Zone 5. 12-18" 4.00
Acer davidii grosseri Davids Snakebark Maple
Medium height, wide spread tree, deep green summer foliage, yellow fall color, green-brown bark with white stripes. Zone 5 Sold out
Acer x freemanii Nat. Freeman Maple
A hybrid between red and silver maple which has maroon and red fall color and a growth rate similar to silver maple. Bark tends to be smooth gray black till 1' diameter. Zone 3 Plugs 3.00
Acer leucoderme E USA Chalk Maple
Dwarf form of Sugar Maple which grows on dry exposures in the southern USA. Maturing to a small 35’ tall globe form tree. Zone 5 3-6” 4.00
Acer pensylvanicum E USA Striped Maple
An understory tree which does best in shade. Has very large leaves which turn butter yellow in fall. The bark is green with white stripes vertically. In good-sited trees the bark will remain green and white to 8" diameter. Zone 4 Sold out
Acer pictum Painted Maple
Medium size Maple with a dense branching habit, leaves smaller than A. truncatum. Good yellow to red fall Color. Zone 5 Plugs 4.00
Acer pseudo-sieboldianum Korean Maple
Small multi stemmed tree, foliage similar to Acer palmatum, wonderful red fall color. Zone 3. 2.25" pot 4.00
Acer rubrum Native Red Maple
A tree of all seasons. Gray to red twigs in winter, red flowers in early spring before the leaves, red fruit while developing, brilliant yellow-orange-red-maroon fall color. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00
Acer saccharinum Native Silver Maple
A large fast-growing river bottom tree. Tolerates most soils and provides shade quickly. Foliage has silver lower surface which is showy in the breeze. Fall color yellow. Zone 2.
Acer saccharum Native Sugar Maple
Grows to its finest on rich upland soils. Intolerant of soggy soil. Wonderful oval form in age and beautiful yellow-orange-red fall color. Zone 3. 6-12” 3.00
Acer spicatum Native Mountain Maple
Small understory maple with yellow-green upright flowers. Often deep red fruit sumaras in mid-summer. Fall color from yellow to pink to burnt orange. Zone 3. 6- 12" 4.00
Acer tegmentosum Manchu Striped Maple
Oval small tree to 30’ with deep green foliage and white striping vertically in the bark. Higher heat tolerance than most stripe Maple species. Golden yellow fall color here. Zone 4 Sold out
Acer triflorum Three-flowered Maple
Hardy, -35F, small tree, flaking cinnamon/gray bark, red fall color. Zone 3.
Acer truncatum Shantung Maple
A maple with small Norway Maple shaped leaves, squared at the petiole end. The fall color is a very nice red. Zone 5. 6-12" 4.00
Actinidia kolomikta Kiwi Vine
Vigorous vine, lustrous green foliage, male plants have white/pink overpainting, edible yellow fruit. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 4.00
Actinidia polygama Silvervine
A Kiwi vine with male plants having a silver overpainting to the leaf. Edible 1.5" yellow fruit on female vines. Vining to 15'. Zone 4. Sold out
Actinidia kolomikta 'Arctic Beauty'
Male form with colorful pink leaf tips. Zone 4 Pots 5.00
Actinidia kolomikta 'Red Beauty'
Female form with small red fruit. Zone 4 Pots 5.00
Actinidia arguta ' Meader'
Male form used as a pollinator for Actinidia 'Geneva'. Zone 5 Pots 5.00
Actinidia arguta 'Geneva'
Female selection for good sweet green fruit. Zone 5 Pots 5.00
Aesculus glabra E USA Ohio Buckeye
A medium sized tree with a coarse texture and creamy white flowers in early summer. Glossy brown nuts in fall. Zone 3. 6-12" 4.00
Aesculus hippocastanum European Horse Chestnut
A large coarse branched tree with deep green leaves, white flowers and brown nuts. Useful in Moist cool summer regions and as a rootstock for Baumanii. Zone 4. 12" 4.00
Aesculus octandra E USA Yellow Buckeye
A tall stately tree which from a distance appears much like a Shagbark Hickory. Leaves are a rich clean green. The fall color on some specimens is a butter yellow. The nuts are in larger clusters than most species and the husks do not have spines. Zone 4. 6-12" $4.00
Aesculus parviflora SE USA Bottlebrush Buckeye
A shrubby species with the ability to form colonies. Flowers are a tall spike of airy white flowers in mid-summer. Zone 4. Treepot 5.00 Fall
Aesculus parviflora serotina SE USA Alabama Bottlebrush
A slightly larger growing shrub which blooms 3-4 weeks later than the species. When mixed with the above, it will extend the blooming season. Zone 4. Treepots 5.00 Fall
Aesculus pavia E USA Red Buckeye
Medium sized, wide tree with red flowers in early summer. Marginally hardy here in Zone 4, does well in Zone 5-6. 6 " 4.00
Aesculus turbinata Japanese Horse Chestnut
A beautiful Horse Chestnut with great ability to withstand our dry summers and the drought of 1988 with all the foliage in great shape. A real standout when most Aesculus are bald in August from scorch and dry wind. Zone 4. 12-18" 6.00
Aesculus turbinata pubescens Chinese Horse Chestnut
In form, this tree is similar to European Horse Chestnut. Its advantage is much better tolerance to drought. This was one of two species of tree Aesculus to hold leaf through our severe droughts of 1988 and 1991. Zone 4. 12-18" 6.00
Alnus crispa Native Green Alder
An upland sand species growing to 8' as an understory shrub in Oak/Pine barren sites. Good wildlife browse and winter seed for small birds. Zone 2. 2.25" Sold out
Alnus maritima E USA Seaside Alder
A dense growing shrub with foliage like a wide Willow leaf. Has the interesting character of
blooming its catkins in September. A nice display of cone-like fruit and open catkins at the same time. Zone 5. Pots 4.00 Ready in June
Alnus rugosa Native Speckled Alder
The stream bank Alder of northern Wisconsin and lowland marsh over most of the state. Grows to 20'. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 4.00
Alnus serrulata Native Smooth Alder
A smaller growing species than the above, which occupies stream banks and wetlands in the eastern USA. Found into Illinois about a zone farther south than Alnus rugosa. Zone 5.
2.25" pot 4.00
Amelanchier arborea Native Downy Serviceberry
Tall multi stem shrub found throughout Wisconsin. Tolerates medium shade and flowers in mid-May here, bearing blue fruit in July. Yellow fall color. 25'. Zone 3. 6-12" 4.00
Amelanchier alnifolia W USA Plains Juneberry
Mid-height shrubs to about 6' tall, large juicy fruit in early July. Fruits used for jams and fruit pies. These tend to defoliate in August in the eastern states. Yellow fall color. Zone 3
Amelanchier canadensis E USA Shadblow
(true Eastern US type)
A medium height, coarser branched shrub with showy white flowers and large 1/2" blue fruit in abundance. Glossy deep green foliage and yellow-orange fall color. 6-7'. Zone 3. 6" 3.00
Amelanchier x grandiflora Native Apple Serviceberry
Medium height vase-shaped form with fine textured branching. Blue green foliage opens after the display of white flowers in early May. Fruits are reddish purple and quickly eaten by birds .Foliage is blue green with orange and red fall color, a plus in winter with the fine texture and slate gray bark. 40'. Zone 3. 6-12" 4.00
Amelanchier laevis Native Allegheny Serviceberry
One of the first small trees to bloom in the understory of Wisconsin's woods. Flowers white before the purplish young leaves open. Fruits turn a bright red before ripening to purple, when birds leave them this long. Trees tend to have a pendulous fine branching and bright orange-red fall color.
Zone 3. 6-12" 3.50
Amelanchier sanguinea Native Sand Serviceberry
Grows in great numbers in the sandy barrens of Wisconsin, and also strangely along the heavy clay bluffs along the Great Lakes. In happy sites, the plants grow multi stemmed to 15' with round, bluegreen leaves. This species flowers in a nice display several weeks later than others, and the blue fruit is ripe in August. Yellow fall color. Zone 3. 2020
Amelanchier stolonifera Native Running Serviceberry
The lowest growing of our species, forming large colonies in open sun. Blue green foliage and very tasty blue fruit borne abundantly. Fall color yellow, small white flowers. 5'. Zone 3. pots 3.00 Ready in June
Amorpha canescens Native Leadplant
Open growing 2-4' shrub in prairie and Oak savanna. Green gray compound leaves and spikes of purple flowers with orange anthers in mid-summer. Zone 3. 2.25" pots 3.00
Amorpha fruticosa Native Indigo Bush Amorpha
River bottom and flood plain shrub to 10'. Green legume foliage and spikes of purple flowers in summer. Clusters of tiny black-brown pods throughout winter. Zone 4.
6-12" 3.00 18-24" 4.00
Ampelopsis arborea SE USA Raccoon Grape
Strong growing vine with compound , lacy foliage which turns shades of orange and burgundy in the fall. Glossy black berries in clusters in September. Raccoon Grape grows naturally in river wetlands as far north as southern Illinois. Zone 6 6-12" 5.00
Ampelopsis cordata E USA American Porcelainberry
Light green leaves similar to grape with fruit going from pink to sky blue. Zone 4. 2yr 4.00
Andromeda glaucophylla Native Bog Rosemary
Low growing evergreen bog plant with blue green narrow leaves, small bell flowers. Requires moist acid soil to do well. Zone 2. SWC 4.00 2.25" pot 5.00
Aralia spinosa E USA Devil's Walking Stick
Also coarse and few branched shrub forming sizable colonies. Fruits larger and foliage not shiny green as the above species. This one has good fall color, orange to maroon. Both these species make a unique centerpiece during the winter, with the 6-8' stems covered in short spines. Zone 5.
6" 4.00 Ready in June
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Native Bearberry
Trailing, glossy-leaved evergreen forms large mats. Nice pea-sized red berries through winter. Maroon leaves from frost through winter. Prefers sandy soil or rocky ground and much sun. Zone 1. pots 3.00
Aronia arbutifolia E USA Red Chokeberry
Fine texture in branching and foliage. Nice white flower clusters and bright red fruit persisting through winter. Fire red fall color. 10'. Zone 4. 6-12” 3.00
Aronia melanocarpa elata Native Glossy Black Chokeberry
Dense colonial shrub found in both wet and dry sites. Nice rich glossy foliage and showy white flowers. Glossy pea-sized berries persisting through winter in small clusters. Bright red fall color,6' tall. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00
Aronia melanocarpa grandifolia E USA Appleleaf Chokeberry
Larger in all respects. Deep green leaves. 4-6" clusters of white flowers and later 1/2" black berries. Fall color is yellow-orange-red in combination. 6-8' Zone 3. 6-12” 3.00 18” 6.00
Aronia prunifolia E USA Purple Chokeberry
Very similar to Aronia melanocarpa grandifolia. Fruit purple-black. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00
Aristolochia durior E USA Dutchman's Pipe
High climbing large, light-green leafed vine, interesting pipe-like flowers and 4-6" round pods in fall. To enjoy the odd flowers, they should be grown on a trellis or grape arbor as they will be hidden by foliage on a fence. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 4.00
Aristolochia tomentosa C USA Wooly Pipevine
Dense vine growth ideal for narrow trellis screening. Large heart shaped leaves and curious smoking pipe like flowers. Zone 4 2.25” pots 4.00
Asimina triloba E USA Pawpaw
Tropical looking foliage, understory colonial tree, edible fruits. Illinois seed. Zone 4.
2.25" pot 4.00
Betula alleghaniensis Native Yellow Birch
A large tree with trunk to 3'. Bark of young plants a varnished tan, yellow tan in middle age, gray black and platty in old age. Leaves a dark green to butter yellow in fall. Branching often, with a recurved sweeping nature, Zone 2. Pots 3.00 12-18" 5.00
Betula glandulifera Native Bog Birch
A fine textured, shrubby species with small thick leaves and a good deal of red in the fall color. Grows only in wetlands. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 3.00
Betula lenta E USA Sweet Birch
A fine textured, regularly branched tree with sweeping branches. Beautiful yellow fall color to contrast the black bark. Zone 3. 2.5” pot 4.00 June
Betula nigra Native River Birch
River valley birch which grows to great size. Crown spread can reach 80'. Colorful cinnamon and white flaking bark until very old. Good plant if birch borer is a problem with Paper Birch. Does not like alkaline soil. Zone 3. 2.25" pot 3.00
Betula papyrifera Native Paper Birch
White barked birch often planted in groups and clumps in our landscapes. Will do well where the soil is cool and moist. NOT FOR HOT DRY SITES. Zone 2. pots 3.00
Betula ‘Whitespire seedling’
White barked upright and narrow tree, will tolerate much drier and hot sites. Our seed is from the original 'Whitespire'. We do not consider this to the way to produce a cultivar, but all other plants of this species have also shown good borer resistance. Zone 3.
12-18” 4.00 Ready in
Betula populilfolia E USA Gray Birch
A fast growing white barked species, narrow and strongly leadered tree. It's range is the Eastern U.S. Zone 3. 6-12” pot 3.00
Betula ermani Rock Birch
Ours from seed from the snow line of Mt. Fuji, Japan and has proven hardy here for 12 years. Smaller growing white to cream barked birch. Zone 4 2.25” 2020
Betula uber SE USA Roundleaf Birch
Rare birch form SE USA, Smaller growing than Yellow Birch and more graceful branching.
Zone 4 pots 5.00 Ready in June
Bignonia capreolata E USA Crossvine
Rambling and climbing evergreen vine with narrow deep green leaves in pairs along the vine. Bright red/orange flowers in summer and occasional flat tan pods persisting during the winter. Zone 6 1 yr 4.00
Buxus sinica insularis Korean Boxwood
A very hardy species with dense olive green foliage. To 6'. Bronze green color in winter. Zone 3.
RC 3.00 June
Buxus 'Wintergreen" Wintergreen Boxwood
Selection for better green winter color. Zone 3. RC 3.00 June
Buxus sinica insularis x sempervirens Hybrid Boxwood
Very uniform dense shrub, hemisphere shape and blue green leaves. Only slight bronze cast in winter. 4'. Zone 4. RC 4.00 June
Callicarpa americana SE USA Beautyberry
Treated as a perennial die down shrub here. Nice full shrub in a season with tiny pink flowers followed by iridescent purple berries in fall. 4' Zone 6. potted 4.00
Calycanths fertilis E USA Pale Carolina Allspice
Slightly smaller growing shrub with much more fruit produced. Zone 5. 6" 4.00
Calycanthus floridus E USA Carolina Allspice
A coarse shrub to 6' with deep green, highly scented leaves. Interesting purple-brown flowers in summer and globose tan fruits in winter. Quite tolerant of shade. Zone 5.
Campsis radicans E USA Trumpetcreeper
Vigorous high climbing vine with large orange-red trumpet flowers during summer, much liked by hummingbirds. Few fruit pods by fall. Will sucker from the roots for some distance from the mother plant. Zone 4. 1 year 3.00 12-18” 4.00
Carpinus caroliniana Native American Hornbeam
Small growing understory tree which will take deep shade. Muscled smooth gray bark, winged seeds and foliage red and orange fall color. Overall very fine texture. Zone 3. 2.25"pot 3.00
Carya aquatica S USA Water Hickory
One of the most wet soil tolerant Hickory we find growing along sloughs. Unusual ridged nuts on larger trees. Zone 6 Pots 4.00 Ready in June
Large stately tree with fine deep green foliage and rich yellow fall color quite late. Nuts very bitter. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00 12-18” 4.00
Carya glabra E USA Pignut Hickory
Medium -large tree, small inedible nut is usually bitter, yellow fall color. Zone 4 Plug 4.00
Carya illinoiensis E USA Pecan
Large majestic tree growing in the Mississsippi Bottomlands and hardy to southern Wisconsin. Ours are from Illinois seed and may not produce filled nuts in the most northern locations in Zone 5 due to too short a frost free season. Zone 5 Plugs 4.00
Carya laciniosa E USA Shellbark Hickory
Large tree, bark with long peeling straps, large edible nut, wetland species. Zone 5
Carya myristicaeformis SE USA Nutmeg Hickory
Rather rare species of Hickory growing to 100 ft. Ridges nut husks split nearly to the bottom to expose nuts with coloration lake a nutmeg seed. Zone 6
Carya ovata Native Shagbark Hickory
Also a large tree with peeling straps of gray bark. Nuts very attractive to wildlife and people. Best trees have butter yellow fall color. Zone 4. 4" 3.00 6-12" 4.00
Carya tomentosa E USA Mockernut Hickory
Very large wide tree, large edible nut. Zone 5 6" 4.00
Castanea dentata E USA American Chestnut
Coarse branched round headed tree which can attain large size. Showy white flowers in summer, followed by clusters of sharp bristled husks containing delicious nuts. Zone 3.
Castanea pumila E USA Chinkapin
Round shrub to small tree with black acorn-like nuts enclosed in a bristly husk. Some resistance to Chestnut Blight. Zone 3 Plugs 4.00
Castanea pumila ashei S USA Ashe Chinkapin
More robust grower with larger nuts. Overall a larger growing tree. Zone 5
Catalpa bignonioides E USA Southern Catalpa
Large leafed coarse tree with clusters of white flowers speckled with purple in early summer followed by cigar-like pods in fall through winter. Bark is flaky on old plants.
Zone 4. 6-12" 3.00 June
Catalpa bungei Oriental Catalpa
Wide and lower growing species to 40’. Zone 4 6-12” 4.00 Ready in June
Catalpa ovata Chinese Catalpa
Somewhat finer textured species with clusters of pencil-sized pods. Smaller stature trees. Zone 4. 6-12" 3.00
Catalpa speciosa E USA Northern Catalpa
Tall coarse tree with narrower habit than C. bignonioides. Ridged bark in age. Zone 3.
6-12” 3.00 12-18” 4.00
Ceanothus americanus Native New Jersey-Tea
Sub-shrub of our prairies and open savanna. Puffs of white flowers in July here, followed by flat clusters of seed pods which in late summer are a maroon color before ripening up black. Often browsed heavily by wildlife. 2'. Zone 3. 2.25" pot 4.00
Ceanothus ovatus Native Inland Tea
More woody species here. Found on dry prairie and Jack Pine savanna. Dense glossy foliage with white puffs of flowers in May with fruit fully ripe in late July. 2' Zone 3.
2.25" pot 6.00 June
Celastrus scandens Native American Bittersweet
Climbing vine with showy orange capsules with red berries inside, borne at the end of its shoots. Seen wild along roads and at the edge of woods. Not as aggressive, but does form large colonies. Zone 4. pots 4.00 Fall
Celtis laevigata E USA Sugarberry
Ours are from a large tree in Milwaukee, WI, which is very hardy. Clean fine texture and no
witch's brooming. Gray bark covered with small plates. Zone 5. 6-12" 3.00
Celtis occidentalis Native Hackberry
Seedling of local native trees. Great vase shaped tree in age, difficult in youth. Zone 3.
6-12" 3.00 18” 4.00
Celtis tenuifolia E USA Dwarf Hackberry
Small tree to natural bonsai on very dry soils, often with a beautiful gnarled form. Heavy fruiting on small 3-4’ tall plants. Zone 4 6-12” 4.00
Cephalanthus occidentalis Native Buttonbush
Tropical appearing mass wetland shrub. White globe flowers in mid-summer and round groups of terminal seed heads. Best plants have red seed heads in early fall, deep green shiny leaves in summer. One of the last plants to leaf out in spring. Wants temperatures near 80F. 8'. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00 Ready in June
Cercidiphyllum japonicum Katsura-tree
Dense fine texture pyramidal tree in youth with heart-shaped blue green leaves. Yellow to reddish fall color. Quite fast growing and graceful. 60' Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.00
Cercis canadensis E USA American Redbud
Medium sized understory tree, Likes alkaline soil. Heart shaped leaves and bright purple-pinkflowers all along the branches in May. Old trees have cinnamon red bark and 3-4" pods all winter. Foliage a good yellow fall color if not frosted. To grow successfully here, do not fertilize much and allow to go dormant early. This reduced our annual dieback markedly. Zone 4. 6-12" 3.00 2.25" pot 4.00
Chaenomeles 'Texas Scarlet' Texas Scarlet Quince
Low thornless red flowered Quince. 2'. Zone 4. SWC 3.00 6-12" 4.00
Chaenomeles 'Toyo- Nishiki' Toyo Nishiki Quince
Taller cultivar, 7', with flowers of white, pink, and red upon the same shrub. Quite hardy for us but a bit thorny. Zone 5. SWC 3.00 (1-1) 4.00
Chamaedaphne calyculata Native Leatherleaf
A low evergreen bog shrub. Small white bell flowers along the underside of its twigs. Glossy green in summer, bronze in winter. In our southern bogs it is often the only shrub and forms great masses. Farther north it is also in wet acid woods. Zone 1.
2.25" pot 3.00
Chionanthus retusus Chinese Fringetree
Small round headed tree with fleecy white flowers and prolific blue drupe fruits. Zone 4.
Chionanthus virginicus E USA Fringetree
Shrubby small tree in our climate. Deep green lustrous leaves, fleecy white flowers and blue fruit. Zone 4. 3" 3.00 2.25" pot 4.00
Cladrastis lutea E USA Yellowwood
Fine textured medium sized tree with ash-like leaves and creamy white flowers in large clusters in early summer. Smooth gray bark and long panicles of small pods through the winter. Zone 4. 6-12” 4.00
Clematis ligusticifolia W USA Western Clematis
Vigorous western species with small white flowers in mid-summer. Zone 3 2yr 4.00
Clematis virginiana Native Virgin's Bower
Our native vigorous Clematis with small creamy white flowers in late summer and plumes of seed in fall. Zone 3. 1 year 2.00 2 year 4.00
Clethra acuminata E USA Mountain Summersweet
Tall shrub found along moist mountain stream banks in the Applachains. Nice spikes of white flowers in mid-summer and glorious orange-brown peeling bark. Yellow fall color. Hardy in warm parts of zone 5. We are trying them in zone 4. 10-12' tall Zone 5.
Clethera alnifolia E USA Summersweet
Eastern wetland shrub with a dense colonial habit and fragrant white spikes of bloom in summer. 6'. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.00 June
Cocculus carolina E USA Snailseed Vine
Climbing vine, glossy foliage and clusters of red berries for show in fall, yellow fall color. Zone 6 2.25" pot 3.00
Comptonia peregrina Native Sweetfern Sage
Low colonial shrubs of sandy soil and sun. Deep green serrate leaves with a strong fragrance. Catkin bloom and bur-like fruit. Roots are able to fix nitrogen so growth is strong even on nearly sterile soil sands. Zone 2. Divisions 3.00 3” pot 5.00 Ready in June
Cornus alternifolia Native Pagoda Dogwood
Shrub maturing to a small tree. Ideal for a shady landscape. Creamy white flowers in early
summer, blue black fruit in July, and purple with yellow fall color. Nice horizontal branching.
Does not like hot dry sun. 20'. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00 12-18” 4.00
Cornus amomum Native Silky Dogwood
Dark red twigs. Midnight blue fruit in late summer. 8'. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00
Cornus canadensis Native Bunchberry
Groundcover species of acid woodlands. 1" white bracts around flower similar to C. florida,
followed by bunches of bright red berries from July to September. Zone 2.
plugs 4.00 Ready in June
Cornus drummondii E USA Roughleaf Dogwood
Tall species slightly more coarse then C. racemosa. Creamy white flowers and clean white fruit clusters. Foliage colors to purple very late in fall. Best feature of this plant is little of the septoria leafspot problem found on C. racemosa. 12'. Zone 4. 6-12" 3.00 18-24” 4.00
Cornus foemina E USA Stiff Dogwood
Wetland species from southern Illinois, 6-7', narrow leaves for a Dogwood, purplish fall color. Zone 4. 6-12” 5.00
Cornus kousa chinensis Chinese Flowering Dogwood
A hardier sub-species for zone 4-5, flowering after the leaves are expanded, producing round 3cm red fruit. Nice tiered branching habit at maturity. Zone 5 Pots
Cornus mas Cornelian Cherry
Small tree species with lustrous deep green leaves, small pale yellow flowers before the leaves in early spring. Bright red cherry-sized fruit in late summer which are edible and make a fine jam. Zone 4. 6" 3.00 18" 4.00
Cornus mas 'Golden Glory'
Selection for upright barrel shape and lustrous deep green leaf. Also nice bright red fruit ripening later than most seedlings. Zone 4. 6-12” 6.00 Sold out
Cornus obliqua E USA Pale Dogwood
Generally more southern version of Silky Dogwood, 10', prefers moist sites, pale blue fruit. Zone4 6-12" 2.00
Cornus racemosa Native Gray Dogwood
5-6' colonial shrub found in most fence rows in Wisconsin. Creamy white flowers and white fruit. Fall color a nice purple. Rosy red fruit pedicels remain colorful long after the fruit has been eaten.Overall a fine textured shrub with gray bark in winter. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00
Cornus rugosa Native Roundleaf Dogwood
Tall colonial shrub with luxurious foliage when happy on cool soil. Clusters of sky blue berries on pink pedicels. 10'. Zone 4. 2.5” pot 3.50 Ready in June
Cornus sericea Native Redtwig Dogwood
Medium height shrub with white flowers, white fruit and red winter twigs which brighten to fire red in late winter. 6'. Zone 2. 6-12" 2.00 12-18" 2.50
Cornus 'Cardinal' Cardinal Dogwood
Taller than our native type. Twigs color early to a bright orange-red, fading in late winter as our native brightens. 12'. Zone 3. 2.5” pot 3.00 Ready in June
Corylus americana Native Hazelnut
Colonial shrub with very early catkin bloom. Edible nuts in August enclosed in a leaf-like husk. Fall color a good combination of yellow to red and purple. Will grow on very poor soil. Variable height from 4-8'. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00 18” 4.50
Corylus cornuta Native Beaked Hazelnut
A northern species which tolerates lots of shade. Early catkin bloom and edible nuts in September. Clear yellow fall color. 8'. If grown in southern areas with hot sun in summer, they need to have half shade to avoid leaf burn. Zone 3. Pots 4.00 Ready in June
Cotoneaster acutifolius (lucidus) Hedge Cotoneaster
Excellent shrub for hedging, can be kept anywhere from 3-8'. Glossy deep green leaves with rich fall color from yellow to red. Small black berries along the stems into early winter. Zone 3 12" 3.00
Cotoneaster apiculatus Cranberry Cotoneaster
Low arching branches make this plant a good groundcover in sunny plantings. Small pink flowers followed by bright red berries into early winter. Shiny leaves with maroon fall color. Zone 4. 2020
Cotoneaster horizontalis Rockspray Cotoneaster
Flat growing species with very regular herringbone branch pattern. Plants slowly mound to 18" as they age. Small bright red fruit in the fall. Best grown here where snow cover is yearly. Zone 4. 6-12” 3.00
Cotoneaster multiflorus Manyflowered Cotoneaster
Large shrub with arching branches eventually about 10' tall and wide. Showy white flowers, but not pleasantly scented. Bears abundant red berries which cover the branches and persist until late fall. Zone 4. 6" 3.00
Crataegus crus-galli Native Cockspur Hawthorn
A good rust resistant Hawthorn with deep green shiny leaves and nice persistent red fruit.
Species does have large thorns which limit its planting sites. Zone 3. 2020
Crataegus macracantha Native
Similar habit and size to C. crus-galli. Also good rust resistance. Has brighter red fruit.
Zone 4. 6-12” 4.00
Crataegus macrosperma Native Fleshy Hawthorn
Horizontal branching Hawthorn with glossy foliage, brick red fruit showy in fall. Zone 3.
Crataegus mollis Native Downy Hawthorn
Large wide growing plants with showy flowers and bright red non-persistent fruit found on
clay soils over much of Wisconsin. Although susceptible to rust and often without leaves
from August on, the species is a dominant plant in our river bottom ecosystems where they are progressing from open grassland. Zone 3. 12-18” 4.00
Crataegus phaenopyrum E USA Washington Hawthorn
An upright tree with good flower show and persistent orange fruit in cluster. Fall color
yellow to orange. Quite resistant to rust and the thorns are numerous but short. Zone 4.
6-12" 3.00 12-18” 4.00
Deutzia x lemoinei Lemoine Deutzia
Medium sized upright twiggy shrub with good white fragrant flower display in May. Colorful
brown bark. Little fall leaf color. Zone 4. SWC 3.00 6-12" 400
Diervilla lonicera Native Dwarf Bush -Honeysuckle
The native type with green new growth and low growth, 18", forming massive colonies in
sunny sites on generally poor soil. Rich fall color yellow-red-maroon. Small terminal yellow
flowers which fade to orange just prior to falling. Zone 2. 6-8" 3.00
Diervilla sessilifolia E USA Southern Bush-Honeysuckle
More robust grower to 4' with reddish new growth, somewhat reddish all season. Zone 3.
SWC 3.00 18" 4.00
Diervilla 'Copper’ Copperleaf Bush - Honeysuckle
Stoloniferous shrub to 2-1/2' with copper new foliage in flushes through the season.
Zone 3. 6-12" 4.00
Diospyros virginiana E USA Persimmon
Medium height tree, much taller than wide. Interesting scale-like bark, edible plum sized fruit borne along the stems. Zone 4. Plugs 3.00 6-12” 4.00
Dirca palustris Native Leatherwood
A very shade tolerant shrub found even in Sugar Maple woods. When in shade the plants have horizontal branching and much character. Small yellow flowers before the leaves in early spring before much else is active. To 6'. Zone 3. 2.25" pot 5.00
Epigaea repens Native Trailing Arbutus
Ground hugging spreading evergreen. Fragrant white to pink flowers in early May here. Needs acid soil and seems to do best in leaf mold. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 4.00
Euonymus americanus E USA Strawberry-bush Euonymus
Shrubby bushes to about 6' tall and spreading to make a colony. Bright pink soft bristled fruits in the fall that split to expose orange-red berries. a good mixing shrub for background plantings. Tolerates both wet and dry sites. Zone 6 pots 4.00
Euonymus atropurpurea Native Eastern Wahoo
Our native Euonymus in Wisconsin. Large colonial shrub with good red fall color and pale pink fruits. We are working with selection for powdery mildew resistance. Zone 3.
2.25” pot 4.00
Euonymus f. 'Vegeta' Bigleaf Wintercreeper
Vining evergreen species with ability to climb at least 40'. Orange fruit in fall. Zone 5.
Euonymus obovatus E USA Running Strawberry Euonymus
An American native groundcover with deciduous leaves and large bristled red fruit capsules. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.00
Evodia daniellii Korean Evodia
A small tree in zone 5-6 with Ash-like foliage and large cluster of seed capsules which are red in
late summer, opening in late fall to small black seeds. Zone 6. 2.25" pot 4.00
Exochorda racemosa Pearlbush
Large shrub with arching branches, long lasting white flower display in spring and interesting five-parted fruit capsules in clusters all winter. Foliage blue-green. Zone 4.
Fagus grandifolia Native American Beech
Large climax forest tree with edible nuts in small bristly burs, lustrous green leaves in summer and copper fall color. Winter texture very fine with smooth gray bark even in great age. Zone 3. Sold out
Fagus sylvatica European Beech
Also a large tree that prefers cool soil. Great as the species or useful as a rootstock for any of the cultivars. Zone 3. Sold out
Fontanesia fortunei 'Titan' Titan Fontanesia
Upright shrub to small tree with fine twigs and Privet-like leaves. Purple and green fall color. Zone 4. SWC 3.00 Fall
Foresteira acuminata E USA Swamp Privet
Small multi-stem tree or large shrub with rich blue-green Privet-like leaves. Small blue olive fruits in mid summer. Grow to its best on wet to moist rich soils in full sun. 6-12” 4.00
Foresteira ligustrina C USA Lime Barren Privet
Smaller extremely drought tolerant shrub, blooms in zone 5 in the fall with small yellow flowers. Bloom attracts honeybees as such a late season bloomer. In its native haunts the flowers are followed by small blue drupes in clusters. Zone 5 3-6” 4.00 Ready in June
Fothergilla gardenii E USA Small Fothergilla
Small dense shrub with short bottlebrush white flowers and wonderful fall color, combines
yellow-orange-red. 3-4' Zone 4. 2.5” pot 4.00
Fothergilla major' Mt. Airy' E USA Mt. Airy Large Fothergilla
Tall shrub similar to Witchhazel, but with the white bottlebrush flowers and nice fall color.
Zone 4. 2.25" pot 5.00
6-8' shrub with rich heavy green foliage and covered with clear yellow flowers even after -35F Upright habit and purple fall color. Zone 3. SWC 2.50 Fall
Forsythia 'New Hampshire Gold'
Arching shrub with foliage like the F. x intermedia cultivars, flowers hardy to -25 F, purple fall color. Zone 4 SWC 2.50 12-18" 4.00
Forsythia suspensa Weeping Forsythia
Large yet fine textured shrub that mounds upon itself to about 6-8'. Good flower display about
1 in 2 years here. Zone 4. 12-18" 3.00 Fall
Forsythia 'Vermont Sun'
Quite different than other Forsythia. A selection of Forsythia mandshurica with velvety lower leaf surface, large leaves, and good deep yellow flowers. Reliable bloom here. Fall color a nice purple. Zone 4. SWC 3.00 12-18” 4.00
Fraxinus quadrangulata E
Round headed Ash also found rarely in wetlands in Southeastern Wisconsin. Four winged young branches. Foliage similar to Walnut. Zone 5. plugs 4.00 For sale only in Quarrantine Area
Gaultheria hispidula Native Creeping Snowberry
Very low tiny leaved evergreen which grows in wet moss soils in deep shade, bearing small white
Styrofoam-like berries. Needs acid soil, very little summer sun. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 4.00
Gaultheria procumbens Native Wintergreen
Stoloniferous glossy leaved evergreen groundcover. Small bell flowers and bright red berries which ripen fully in the second spring here. Winter color of leaves is purple-maroon. Crushed leaves have the Wintergreen fragrance. Zone 2. Divisions 3.00 2.25" pot 4.00
Gaylussacia baccata Native Black Huckleberry
Low colonial shrub bearing small bell flowers and blue or black sweet berries. Bright red fall color. Needs acid soil and best in light shade. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 4.00
Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo
Unusual broadleaf conifer growing slowly to great size. Tolerant of air pollution. Female trees bear plum like yellow fruit at about 30 yrs of age, very foul smelling. Zone 4
Gleditsia aquatica S USA Water Locust
Mid to large tree of the river bottom wetlands with large multi pronged thorns on the trunk and branches. Compound leaves with tiny leaflets, single seeded tan pods in the winter.
Zone 5 to 6. Pots 4.00 Ready in June
Gleditsia triacanthos inermis E USA Thornless Honey Locust
Large trees with double compound leaves and tiny leaflets; overall these cast a light shade under the canopy. Yellow fall color and long curled pods on the female trees. Zone 4 6-12" 3.00
Gymnocladus dioica Native Kentucky Coffeetree
Large coarse branched tree with double compound leaf which lends a lacy texture in summer. Flaky plates on the bark add winter character. Female trees have 4-8" thick black pods which hang through the winter. Golden yellow fall color. Zone 3. 6-12” 3.00
Halesia caroliniana E USA Carolina Silverbell
Small tree here with branches covered in 1" white bells in May. Tan dry fruits to 2" which cover limbs into early winter. Zone 4. 3-6" 4.00 Ready in June
Halesia monticola E USA Mountain Silverbell
Larger growing species, 60' or more, flowers much as the above species. Zone 4.
Pots 4.00 Ready in June
Hamamelis vernalis SC USA Vernal Witchhazel
Spring blooming Witchhazel, yellow flowered well before the leaves in very early spring. Summer foliage a rich blue green with yellow and occasional red fall color. Fruit capsules explode on ripening. 6-12'. Zone 4. 3-6" 2.00 6-12” 4.00
Hamamelis virginiana Native Common Witchhazel
Late fall blooming species until very hard freeze. Yellow flowers and yellow fall foliage. Branches Often covered with fruit capsules and flowers after the leaves drop. 15-20'. Zone 3.
3-6” 3.00 6-12" 4.00 6-12" 5.00
Hydrangea arborescens E USA Smooth Wild Hydrangea
Most common wild form of the species with colonial habit and small greenish white flowers in heads with a few if any sterile showy flowers. Good for soil erosion control on shady slope. Zone 3. 2.5” pot 3.00
Hydrangea arborescens grandiflora E USA Showy Hydrangea
One of the sterile types originally found in the wild with 4" wide flower heads on sturdy erect stems which do not topple in rain and wind. Flowers pure white when in full bloom. Tan flower heads persist through winter. Zone 3. SWC 3.00 2.25 pot 3.50
Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' Annabelle Hydrangea
Cultivar selected by J. C. McDaniel in Illinois for large sterile flower heads made up of smaller but more numerous individual flowers held up on stems slightly shorter than the 'Grandiflora' cultivar. Flower heads to more than 12" across. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.00 sold out
Hydrangea arborescens 'Grandiflora' Snowhill Hydrangea
Cultivar of the sterile flowered form with large 6-8" white flower heads, somewhat flat topped. This type subject to toppling in the wind if grown in an open site. Zone 3.
SWC/HWC 3.00 2.25" pot 3.50
Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora' PeeGee Hydrangea
Shrub to small tree-form plants with cone shaped white sterile flower heads in late summer which gradually turn pink with age. Flower heads remain through winter as a tan accent. Zone 3. SWC 3.00 6-12" 4.00
Hypericum buckleyi SE USA Buckley Hypericum
Water loving low growing high mountain shrub found growing on shallow soil and often on wet rocks. Yellow summer flowers and maroon to orange-red fall color. Forms beautiful mats on wet rocky sites in full sun. Zone 5 Pots 5.00 Ready in June
Hypericum densiflorum E USA Dense St. Johnswort
Eastern mountain species with profuse small bright yellow flowers. Grows in wet soils along mountain streams. Foliage lustrous green. 3'. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.00 Ready in June
Hypericum frondosum E USA Golden St. Johnswort
Large yellow flowered species, 2" across. Hemisphere-shaped plants to 3' with blue green
leaves and yellow red fall color. Some leaves are nearly evergreen here. Winter bark peeling to cinnamon. Seed capsules add winter interest. Zone 4. SWC 3.00 June
Hypericum kalmianum Native Kalm St. Johnswort
Our native species in Wisconsin. Nice narrow dense blue green foliage, red fall color. Sulfur yellow flowers .75" across in profusion. Dark tan winter seed capsules and cinnamon peeling bark. 2.5'. Zone 3. SWC 3.00
Hypericum prolificum E USA Shrubby St. Johnswort
Globe form species with narrow green leaves, yellow to red fall color, and great show of
small yellow flowers .5" across, very fine texture all seasons and covered in tiny tan seed
capsules all winter. Pretty peeling bark. Zone 3. SWC 3.00 6-12" 3.00
Ilex verticillata Native Winterberry Holly
Native deciduous Holly of sands and swamp soils. Requires adequate moisture and does not like highly alkaline soil. Tiny white flowers in June followed by .25" bright red fruits on the females in fall, covering the stems into winter if not taken by birds. 10'. Zone 3.
pots 3.00 Separated Female and Male pots 4.00
Ilex v. 'Winter Red' Winter Red Winterberry Holly
A female cultivar with dark green glossy foliage and larger than usual bright red berries.
Zone 3. pots 4.00
Itea virginica E USA Virginia Willow
Streambank shrub with with racemes of flowers followed by small brown capsules. Great red-orange fall color. Grows from 3-6' tall in colonies. Zone 5 6-12" 3.50
Juglans cinerea Native Butternut, White Walnut
Wide spreading tree with large compound leaves, excellent flavor nuts in a sticky husk. Gray bark with tight straps, very coarse branching form in winter. 50-60'. Zone 3.
6-12" 4.00 12-24" 6.00
Juglans nigra Native Black Walnut
Tall large tree with compound foliage and coarse branching. Some yellow fall color and round edible nuts in large green husks, loved by squirrels. Black furrowed bark. 100'
Zone 4. 12-18" 4.00
Kalmia angustifolia E USA Sheep Laurel
Low growing shrub of acid sandy soils. Gray green narrow leaves and small pink flowers in
spring. Foliage evergreen with older leaves having red fall color. Zone 3. 2.25" pot
Kalmia latifolia E USA Mountain Laurel
Tall evergreen shrubs with glossy deep green leaves and very showy pink flowers in spring. Acid soils and shade in our climate to avoid winter burning. Zone 4.
2.25" pot 4.00
Kalmia polifolia Native Bog Laurel
Our native Laurel in northern Wisconsin bogs. Glossy narrow evergreen leaves with old
lower foliage a fire red into winter. Pretty pink flowers on delicate branches. A plant best sited with other bog species as it never forms a dense shrub. Zone 2. 2.5" pots 4.00 Ready in june
Kolkwitzia amabilis Beautybush
A large shrub with a fine textured form much like a Honeysuckle. Arching branches covered in 1-2" clusters of pink flowers with orange specks in May, very showy. Fall show of clusters of small fuzzy dry seeds which are reddish brown. 12'. Zone 4. Sold out
Ledum groenlandicum Native Laborador-tea
Rhododendron-like evergreen shrub of wet acid forest and bogs. Deep green summer leaves with fuzzy white underside. Upper surface purple, lower rusty in winter. Clusters of delicate white flowers in June in Northern Wisconsin. 2'. Zone 1. 2.25" pot 4.00
Leucothoe fontanesia E USA Riverbank Leucothoe
Evergreen arching groundcover to 24” tall, terminal racemes of white flowers followed by tan capsules. Ours grown from seed from 6000ft elevation in North Carolina. It grows best on moist soils in light shade. Zone 5 2.5’ pot 3.00
Leucothoe racemosa E USA
Fine textured shrub with white flowers in racemes, many have nice red fall foliage color. Moist to dry acidic soils in full sun. Zone 5 6” 4.00
Leucothoe recurva E. USA Mountain Leucothoe
Pretty bell shaped white flowers in spring and fire red fall color leaves in the fall. Small tan capsules at the end of the twigs in the winter. Moist to dry acidic soils in partial shade. Zone 5 6” 4.00 Ready in June
Lindera benzoin E US Spicebush
A dense tall shrub in sunny sites, open in shady sites. Green foliage with a hint of gray, very aromatic when crushed. Branches covered with bright glossy red 1/3" fruit in early fall, very pretty. Seems to like clay soils and tolerates lots of shade. Zone 2
. 6" 3.00 12” 5.00
Linnaea borealis USA Twin-flower
Native pineland groundcover with bright green semi-evergreen leaves, the light pink flowers held above the foliage mat and look like miniature pair of bells. Many decorative streelights are modeled after this flower. Zone 2 plugs 4.00
Liriodendron tulipifera E USA Tuliptree
These are seedlings from trees that have done well in zones 4-5. Not as fast growing as seed from more southern areas. Grows to tall upright trees with tulip-shaped leaves and yellow green tulip-like flowers after the leaves have grown. Interesting cone-like seed fruits in fall and winter. Can become a huge tree to 150' plus. Zone 5. 6" 2.50 18" 6.00
Lonicera canadensis Native Fly Honeysuckle
Shrub of cool shady northern forests. Deep green leaves, pale creamy flowers before the leaves in very early spring, and bright red .5" berries in early summer. Yellow fall color. Zone 2. Pots 3.00
Lonicera dioica Native Red Vine Honeysuckle
Less vigorous mounding vine with deep blood red flowers in early summer/late spring. Zone 3. pots 4.00
Lonicera 'Dropmore Scarlet'
Vigorous vining hybrid of L. sempervirens and L. hirsuta, although much more like L.
Sempervirens in growth and flower. Rich green foliage with small red trumpet flowers through much of the summer. Few red fruit in fall. Zone 4. Pots 3.50
Lonicera x 'Heckrotti' Goldflame Honeysuckle
Vigorous dense vine with red outer, yellow inner trumpet flowers, profuse, colorful, and fragrant. New leaves purplish, nearly evergreen. Zone 4. pots 3.50
Lonicera hirsuta Native Hairy Golden Honeysuckle
Sprawling vine in cool moist soils. Bright canary yellow to orange-yellow flowers and terminal clusters of red berries. Zone 2. SWC 4.00 Sold out
Lonicera oblongifolia Native Swamp Fly Honeysuckle
Low colonial shrub of moist soil. White flowers and red berries. Winter bark an interesting yellow tan. Zone 3. SWC 4.00
Lonicera prolificum Native Yellow Vine Honeysuckle
Vigorous mat forming to low climbing vine with glaucous blue green leaves and pale yellow
flowers. Grows best in light Oak woods. Zone 3. SWC 3.00 2.25" pot 4.00 Fall
Lonicera villosa Native Mountain Fly Honeysuckle
Low colonial shrub with thick small blue green leaves, white flowers, and blue 1/3" berries in mid-summer. Prefers moist sunny soils. Zone 3. Pots 5.00 Sold out
Lyonia ligustrina E USA Maleberry
Small shrub to 4' found in acid woods. Small white bell flowers clustered on two year wood.
Zone 4. 2.25" pot 4.00
Lyonia mariana E USA Staggerbush
3' shrub with lustrous deep green leaves, apple blossom pink bell flowers clustered at twig tips. Zone 6. 2.25" pot 4.00
Maackia amurensis Amur Maackia
Small Ash-like leaved tree with mid-summer creamy white flowers in multi-racemes. Small flat pods in winter. Bark a smooth green brown, new foliage a blue green and silky.
Zone 3. 2.25" pot 3.00
Maackia chinensis Chinese Maackia
Similar to the above species, slightly larger flowers and pods. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.00
Maclura pomifera SC USA Osage-orange
Medium thorny tree forming colonies and used as a living fence. Glossy light green leaves and large 4-6" round orange-like fruits in fall. Wood very durable and used for fencing. Bark orange brown. Zone 5. 6-12" 3.00
Magnolia acuminata E USA Cucumber Magnolia
Large central leadered tree with large 8" leaves. Flowers yellowish after the leaves. Pyramidal in youth but becoming widespread like a White Oak. Fruits are pink-purple in the fall while the leaves turn a combination of yellow and tan. Furrowed light brown bark. Zone 3. 2.25" pot 3.00 Ready in June
Magnolia a. cordata SE USA Yellow Cucumber Tree
Smaller growing, only a small tree with wider shorter leaves and yellow flowers. Zone 4.
2.25" pot 3.00 Ready in June
Magnolia kobus Kobus Magnolia
Small roundheaded tree to 25', 4" deep green leaves and showy wide-petaled flowers covering the tree in early May before the leaves. Fruits pink in early fall.
Zone 3. Plugs 2.00 6-12" 4.00
Magnolia kobus borealis
Robust form with a good central leader and reaching 70' tall. Shape much like Sugar Maple for atLeast 40 years. Flowers white with pink anthers. Zone 3. 2020
Magnolia macrophylla E USA Bigleaf Magnolia
Medium sized coarse tree with huge leaves like a banana plant. Flowers creamy white to 10" and fragrant. Fruits are 4" x 3" and yellow-pink , fuzzy. 30'. Zone 5. 3” 4.00
Magnolia salicifolia Anise Magnolia
Upright pyramidal tree with highly scented foliage, yellowish twigs, and 2-3" fragrant pure white flowers before the leaves. 30'. Zone 4. Sold out
Magnolia stellata Star Magnolia
Small dense horizontal branching trees, covered in showy white flowers with 3/4" wide petals well before the leaves in early May. Winter buds fuzzy gray, gray bark. Zone 3.
Magnolia stellate 'Leonard Messell' Leaonard Messell Pink Star Magnolia
Slightly larger growing and the flowers are a soft pink. Zone 3. pots 6.00
Magnolia tripetala E USA Umbrella Magnolia
Medium height coarse branched tree with very large leaves. Creamy white flowers after the leaves. Perhaps its showiest time is fall when they are full of 4-6" pink cylindrical fruits which are colorful for more than a month. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.00 Ready in June
Magnolia virginiana E USA Sweetbay Magnolia
Small rather open semi-evergreen tree with very fragrant white flowers. Most flowers in early summer with a few all summer long. Showy bright red 1-2" fruits in September. Prefers slightly acid moist soil. Zone 5. 2.25" pot 3.00
Magnolia x loebneri Lobner Magnolia
Hybrid between M. kobus and M. stellata. Size more like M. kobus with flowers having more petals, 12 or more. Zone 3. 6” 3.00
A cross between M. liliflora and M. stellata with vase shaped purple/pink exterior, pink/white interior to the flowers. Zone 5 Pots 6.00
Malus coronarius Native Sweet Crabapple
Native green fruited crab with pure pink flowers and attractive gray winter bark. Very susceptible to leaf scab and rust which often defoliates the tree in late summer. Useful in natural settings. Zone 4. 3" 3.00
Malus ioensis Native Prairie Crabapple
The crab of forest and prairie edge with clear pink flowers and sticky green apples. Also
susceptible to leaf diseases. Very tangled branching with pretty gray bark during winter. Zone 4. 3" 3.00
Malus sargentii Sargent Crab
Small shrubby to small tree crab with white flowers, deep green trilobate leaves and small red fruit. 5-10'. Zone 4. 18-24" 4.50
Menispermum canadense Native Moonseed Vine
Dense twining vine with deep green somewhat Maple-leaf shaped leaves. Will cover fences quickly In sun or shade. Clusters of .5" dark blue fruit in fall. Yellow fall color.
Zone 3. 2.25” pot 3.00
Menzesia pilosa E USA Minibush
Low shrub with the form and character of an Azalea. Flowers are tiny pink white bells. Fall coloryellow or red. Bark peeling. 2-4'. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 4.00 Ready in June
Mitchella repens Native Partridgeberry
Prostrate groundcover in light to deep shade. Lustrous dark green leaves, 3/4" small white bell flowers held above the leaves in May, followed by bright red berries in fall. Evergreen. Zone 3. 2.25" pot 3.00 Fall
Morus rubra Native Red Mulberry
Small tree with very large leaves. An umbrella shaped tree in age, bearing red-black edible fruits in summer in several successive crops. Zone 4. 18" 6.00
Myrica cerifera SE USA Wax Myrtle
Taller growing southern species that is often used as a screening border shrub. Gray green often deeply cut leaves and small waxy berries held all winter. Zone 6
Myrica gale Native Sweetgale
Water loving shrub to 5', found in Wisconsin along the edges of lakes and streams where the soil is always wet. Blue green leaves and small Birch-like fruit catkins. Zone 2.
SWC 3.00 2.25" pot 4.00 pots 4.00
Myrica heterophylla East Coast USA Cedar Bayberry
Similar to Northern Bayberry with darker green leaves and nearly black waxy berries. Cedar Bayberry prefers wet locations and is usually found among Atlantic White Cedar as an understory shrub.
Zone 5 3" 5.00
Myrica pensylvanica EUSA Northern Bayberry
Semi-evergreen colonial shrub of sand dunes and seaside areas. Gray green foliage in summer and purple in winter. Twigs surrounded by small BB-sized gray blue fruit with a fragrant wax until mid-winter. Does fine here on heavy clay soils. Zone 5.
3-6" 3.00 6-12” 4.00
Nemopanthus mucronatus Native Mountain Holly
Fine textured Holly-like shrub with blue green leaves growing to 10'. Always on wet acid soils here, although found on upland moist soil in the Applachians. Showy display of satin red fruit in mid to late summer, red with a hint of black and very attractive. Zone 2.
2.5” pot 4.00 Sold out
Neviusia alabamensis SE USA Snow Wreath
Shrub of arching branches much like a Ninebark. Covered in fleecy white flowers in late spring. Reddish brown winter bark. Zone 3. 6-12" 5.00
Nyssa sylvatica E USA Black Tupelo
Tall narrow tree when on slightly acid soil. Lustrous deep green leaves with beautiful yellow-orange-red fall color. Female trees loaded with .5" blue drupe fruits in groups of 1-3, ripening in September with the fall color. Zone 4. 6-12" 3.50
Ostrya virginiana Native Hop-hornbeam
Pyramidal small tree with Elm-like branches and leaves. Quite fine textured. Has done well in urban street plantings. Curious short catkins of seed in small inflated sacs, persist into winter. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 3.00
Oxydendrum arboreum E USA Sourwood
Medium sized narrow upright tree with lustrous dark green leaves, flowers in large terminal
panicles, white bells, fragrant in late June. Foliage color yellow-red-purple in the fall and drooping panicles of small seed capsules all winter. Needs acid soil and tolerates waste mine, acid rubble. Zone 5. 2.25" pot 4.00
Parthenocissus quinquefolia Native Virginia Creeper
Vigorous palmately compound leafed vine, quickly climbs over most anything. Red-purple fall color and clusters of blue grape-like fruit. Zone 3. 1yr 3.00 June
Parthenocissus 'Engelmannii' Engelmann Ivy
Our strain is vigorous with smaller glossy green leaves, nice fall color and will easily climb walls. Zone 4. 2.25” pot 3.00 June
Parthenocissus inserta Native Virginia Creeper
Our native version of this high climbing vine, our selection with vivid red fall color. Zone 3
1yr 3.00 June
Parthenocissus tricuspidata Boston Ivy
Trifoliate vine when young becoming simple leaf as they mature. Glossy deep green with maroon and red fall color. Abundance of clusters of blue berries in the fall. Will cover walls with ease. Zone 4. 1yr 3.00
Paxistima canbyi E USA Cliffgreen
Fine textured low evergreen groundcover, with bright green shiny leaves. Dense habit and not very aggressive. Bronze red here in winter if not under snow. Sun or light shade.
Zone 4. Pots 4.00
Philadelphus coronarius Sweet Mockorange
Old fashioned single white flowered very hardy Mockorange. Tall shrub to 20' with an arching vase shape. We have seen very nice specimens trimmed into large oval globes. Zone 3. 12” 3.00 Fall
Philadelphus virginalis 'Bouquet Blanc'
5-6' shrub with lots of double white fragrant flowers, lasting several weeks in a cool spring. Leaves remain fairly free of leaf spot. Zone 3. SWC 3.00
Physocarpus opulifolius Native Ninebark
Large arching shrub with creamy white spring flowers, reddish seed capsules in clusters. Colorful winter bark, yellow orange fall color. Zone 2. SWC 3.00 12-18" 3.00
Physocarpus o. 'Nanus' Dwarf Ninebark
Smaller growing with much smaller leaves and orange red fall color. Very nice display of creamy white spring flowers. Very useful in sunny hedges. Zone 3.
SWC 2.00 12-18" 3.00
Populus balsamifera Native Balsam Poplar
Fast growing fairly wide tree which will form a colony. Shiny green leaf with white to tan
underside. Buds covered with a fragrant sticky sap. Bark a green yellow when young. Zone 3. 12-18" 3.00 2.25” pot 3.00
Populus deltoides E USA Eastern Cottonwood
Massive growing trees of the eastern and central US lowlands. Female trees produce large amounts of cottony seeds. Zone 3 Pots 3.00 4-5' 5.00
Populus grandidentata Nat Bigtooth Aspen
Somewhat larger growing than P. tremuloides with gray foliage at bud break turning bright green. Bark is greenish white and smooth when young. Fall color with tones of orange.
Zone 3 6-12" 3.00
Populus tremuloides Native Quaking Aspen
Fast colonial tree with greenish-white bark, nice clean leaves which tremble as the wind passes. Good yellow fall color. Natively forms large colonies. Zone 1.
Potentilla fruticosa Native Shrubby Potentilla
An adaptable shrub to 4' tall and wide, bright yellow flowers from early summer to hard fall frost. Peeling tan bark with tan seed capsules in the winter season. Zone 3
Mounding small shrub to 3.5’ tall and wide, pure white flowers from late spring until frost. Reddish- purple fall foliage. Zone 3 6-12” 3.00
Potentilla tridentata Native Wine-leaf Potentilla
Creeping evergreen groundcover found on rocky acid soil, often in rock crevices. Small white flowers and wine red leaves in winter. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 4.00
Prunus americana Native American Plum
Colonial small tree which forms great thickets. White flowers in early May, later producing 1-2" yellow red plums. Zone 3. 12" 2.50 18-24" 4.50
Prunus besseyi W USA Western Sandcherry
Sprawling shrubs with shiny gray green leaves, white flowers, and great numbers of small 3/4" black cherries. Good red fall color. Zone 3. 2-3' 4.00Sold out
Prunus glandulosa 'Sinensis' Flowering Almond
Small shrub with long shiny rugose leaves, double light pink flowers in May. To 3'. Zone 4.
Prunus maackii Amur Chokecherry
Medium sized tree with peach-like leaves, white flowers in racemes, and tiny black cherries. Its best feature is the light tan "varnished" bark in all seasons. Zone 3.
Prunus maritima E USA Beach Plum
Low tree-like shrubs with white flowers and reddish 3/4" plums. Zone 3. plugs 3.00
Prunus pennsylvanica Native Pin Cherry
Small colonial tree with peach-like leaves, shiny red brown "varnished" bark, small white flowers in abundance followed by tiny red cherries. When the plants are full of fruit, you would think they were in bloom from a distance. Great bright red fall color. Zone 2
Prunus pumila Native Eastern Sandcherry
Plants much like P. besseyi, except the leaves are dark green and the fall color is brilliant red.
4-6'. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00 Ready in June
Prunus pumila susquehana Native Dwarf Sandcherry
Low growing sand soil plant with wide, almost round leaves, white flowers, black cherries, and fire red fall color. Found here growing with low bush Blueberry. Zone 2.
6-12” 4.00 Ready in June
Prunus serotina Native Black Cherry
Large tree with dark green foliage, white racemes of bloom, and racemes of 1/3" black cherries. Yellow to red fall color. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00 18-24" 4.00
Prunus tenella Russian Almond
Medium sized dense shrub with single pink or white flowers, followed by dry fuzzy small Almond fruit turning tan and splitting when ripe. Zone 3. 18" 4.00
Prunus tomentosa Nanking Cherry
Small tree to 10' with deep green fuzzy leaves, White flowers, and bright red fuzzy cherries. Zone 3. 18-24" 4.00
Prunus virginiana Native Chokecherry
Small shrubby colonial tree, dark green leaves, white raceme flowers, and black cherries. Some will have good early red fall color. Zone 2. plugs 2.50
Ptelea trifoliata Native Wafer-ash
Small shrubby tree, here to the size of a large Lilac. Deep green trifoliate leaves, small greenish flowers, and tan Elm-like seeds in clusters, hanging all winter. Will grow on the worst soils, gravels, and clay. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00
Pyrus ussuriensis Ussurian Pear
Dense globe headed medium sized tree, flowers white a week before Flowering Crabs. Zone 3 6-12" 3.00
Quercus alba Native White Oak
Wide spreading tree in an open setting. Light gray bark, deep green leaves with red and purple fall color. Does not like highly alkaline soil or root disturbance. Zone 3.
Quercus aliena Japanese White Oak
Wide low tree with the form of Bur Oak, not nearly as tall yellow tan fall color. Zone 4.
Quercus bicolor Native Swamp White Oak
Natively a lowland tree which will do fine in most upland plantings, growing to the size of Bur Oak. Glossy foliage with yellow tinged orange fall color. Avoid high pH soils. Zone 3.
Plug 3.00 12-18" 4.50
Quercus coccinea E USA Scarlet Oak
Tall Red Oak type with deeply cut leaves and scarlet fall color. Zone 4. 6-12” 3.00
Quercus dentata Emperor Oak
An Asian Oak that often grows in a contorted form to about 40' tall. Heavy texture deep green leaves that turn golden yellow mixed with brown in the fall. Large acorns in a decoration fringed cap.
Zone 4 Plugs 4.00
Quercus ellipsoidalis Native Hill's Oak
Pyramidal tree with great red fall color when young, becoming much more open in age. Tolerates very poor sandy soils. Zone 3. 3-6" 2.00 6-12" 3.00
Quercus ilicifolia E USA Bear Oak
Shrubby Oak, growing on poor dry soils, fall color red to yellow, 8'. Zone 4 plug 3.00
Quercus imbricaria E USA Shingle Oak
Large Oak with pyramidal shape when young. Tolerant of most soils. New leaves reddish
becoming deep green. Rusty red fall color. Zone 4. 6-12" 3.00
Quercus lyrata E USA Overcup Oak
Large tree casting a light shade allowing sod beneath, unusual acorns nearly enclosed in the cap. Zone 5 12-18” 4.00
Quercus macrocarpa Native Bur Oak
Wide spreading Oak needing an open sunny site. Leaves with deep green upper and white lower surface. Yellow brown fall color. Bark deeply furrowed in age. Lower limbs become massive. Zone 2. 6" 2.50 12-18" 4.00 2’ 5.00
Quercus x bebbiana Native Bebb's Oak
A natural occuring hybrid between Bur and White Oak with characteristics variable between the two. These often look more like White Oak with acorns falling at the time of Bur Oak. Zone 4 2020
Quercus macrocarpa x bicolor Native Schuett's Oak
Trees more tolerant to high pH soils and have a more fibrous root than Q. macrocarpa. Zone 3. 2020
Quercus marilandica E USA Blackjack Oak
Small tree, large shrub of barren soils, glossy deep green leaves, yellow fall color. Zone 5
Quercus michauxii E USA Basket Oak
Lowland Oak of the southern Mid-west, large acorns, red fall color. Zone 5
Quercus muehlenbergii Native Chinkapin Oak
Finer textured than most oaks, light tan bark, rich lustrous green leaves. Zone 3.
Quercus nigra E USA Water Oak
A strikingly beautiful large fine textured Oak. Zone 6 plugs 3.00
Quercus palustris E USA Pin Oak
Large pyramidal Oak with sweeping lower branches, deeply cut leaves. Fall color rusty to good red. Not for alkaline soil. Zone 4. plug 3.00
Quercus prinoides E USA Shrub Chinkapin Oak
Shrub Oak in the White Oak group, grows well in the Oak barrens, yellow-brown fall color, 6-8' Zone 4 plug 4.00
Quercus prinus E USA Chestnut Oak
Medium sized coarse branched Oak with large deep green leaves and large acorns. .
Not for Alkaline soil. Zone 4. 6-12" 3.00
Quercus robur English Oak
Large spreading Oak with small thick leaves staying green until late fall. Used as a rootstock for many cultivars. Zone 4. 12-18" 4.00
Quercus rubra Native Red Oak
Large Oak tolerant of some shade. Grows on most soils except very high pH. Zone 2.
6" 2.50 6-12" 3.50
Quercus stellata E USA Post Oak
Medium sized tree from the White Oak group that does well on poor sandy soil. Zone 5-6
Quercus velutina Native Black Oak
The Oak dominating our sand soil counties. A bit slow growing the first few years, then faster. Foliage with a fuzzy underside and yellow fall color. Zone 2. plugs 3.00
Rhamnus alnifolia Native Alder Buckthorn
Dense deep green, shade tolerant, colonial shrub. Fullest in good sun. Foliage similar to R.frangula, only grows to 2.5'. Yellow green fall color. Zone 3. 2020
Rhamnus carolina E USA Carolina Buckthorn
Large shrub, dry woodlands. Zone 5. 3-6” 3.00
All Rhododendron require an acid soil, pH below 6.0 is best. Soil may be made acidic by application of ferrous sulfate monohydrate or sulfur powder.
Rhododendron alabamense SE USA Alabama Azalea
A deep south version of R. viscosum found along streams with fragrant white flowers.
Zone 7 plugs 5.00 Fall
Rhododendron arborescens E USA Smooth Azalea
Deciduous Azalea, white flowers in July-August, yellow red fall color. Our seed from 3800' in West Virginia. Zone 5 2.25" pot 3.50
Rhododendron atlanticum E USA Dwarf Azalea
Low growing deciduous Azalea forming colonies. Flowers pink to white as the leaves expand. Zone 5 2.25” pot 3.50 June
Rhododendron austrinum SE USA Florida Azalea
Mid Height deciduous Azalea to 4’ tall, yellow fragrant flowers. Apparently easily cultivated. Zone 6 2.25” pot 4.00
Rhododendron calendulaceum E USA Flame Azalea
Deciduous Azalea growing to 5' with flowers just after the leaves, yellow to red. Reddish fall leaf color. Our seed source are SE Missouri and 6000' in North Carolina. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.50
Rhododendron canescens SE USA Piedmont Azalea
Deciduous Azalea growing to 6’, Spring flowers white to pale pink, often with pink to red anthers. Zone 5-6 2.25” pot 3.50 Fall
Rhododendron carolinianum E USA Carolina Rhododendron
Evergreen shrub to 6' with white to pale pink/purple flowers. Zone 6. Our seed from both 6000' in North Carolina and 4000' North Carolina. 2.25" pot 3.50
Rhododendron catawbiense E USA Catawba Rhododendron
Evergreen shrub to 6' with thick leathery leaves, Lilac purple flowered in July. Our seed from 6000' in North Carolina. Zone 5. 2.25" pot 3.50
Rhododendron maximum E USA Rosebay Rhododendron
Tall evergreen shrubs, natively forming large thickets in shade or in sun at high altitude. Flowers generally white to apple blossom pink. Our seed from several
sources varying from 2000 to 4700'. Zone 5. 2.25" pot 3.50
Rhododendron minus SE USA Piedmont Rhododendron
Very similar to R. carolinianum with white to pink flowers and lighter green leaves. Often found growing on rocky ledges and open rocky forest. Zone 6 Pots
Rhododendron mucronulatum Korean Rhododendron
Evergreen shrub with small leaf and bright purple flowers. 4-6'. Zone 3. 2.25" pot 3.50
Rhododendron periclymenoides E USA Pinxter-Bloom
Deciduous Azalea growing to 8’ in the sun, 12’ in shade. Pink to white flowers in March to May by zone location. Our seed from 3500' in West Virginia and 2000' in Tennessee. Zone 4 2.25” pot 4.00 Fall
Rhododendron prinophyllum (roseum) E USA Roseshell Azalea
Deciduous shrubs with bright pink flowers and some fragrance. Fall color dull red. 6'. Our seed from 4600' in West Virginia and 1500' in Missouri. 2.25" pot 3.50 Fall
Rhododendron schlippenbachii Royal Azalea
Deciduous shrub with curious whorls of leaves near branch terminals. Rose pink flowers in mid-May with good fragrance. 4-7'. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.50
Rhododendron vaseyi North Carolina Pink Shell Azalea
Surprisingly hardy deciduous Azalea surviving in the Twin Cities, MN. Flowers pink with orange on the upper corolla. Our seed from 2700' and 5000' in North Carolina. Zone 4 2.25” pot 4.00
Rhododendron viscosum E USA Swamp Azalea
Deciduous shrub with glossy deep green summer leaves, rather open habit. White flowers with good fragrance. Our seed from the New Jersey pine barrens. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.00 Fall
Rhododendron yedoense poukhanense Korean Azalea
Semi-evergreen shrub to about 2.5', dark green summer foliage turns orange to deep red in fall. Flowers rose-purple. Hardy to -30F. Zone 3. pots 6.00
Rhodotypos scandens Jetbead
Bright green leaved shrub, 3-4' here, larger in the South. Showy 1" pure white flowers in May and June followed by 1-4 jet black shiny seeds. Yellow green fall color. Zone 5. 6-12" 3.00
Rhus aromatica USA Fragrant Sumac
Trifoliate sprawling shrub with red fall color. Takes tough dry sites. Zone 3. 18” 4.00
Rhus a. 'Gro-low' Grolow Sumac
Cultivar with much lower denser growth, glossy leaves, and the same red fall color. An excellent hot dry soil groundcover. Zone 3. 18” transplants 10.00
Rhus copallina E USA Shining Sumac
Tall colonial shrub, white flower in July, bright red fall color. Zone 5 pots 3.00
Rhus glabra Native Smooth Sumac
Colonial 6-8' shrub with long compound leaves and red fall color. Zone 3.
6-12" 2.50 2-3' 3.00
Rhus typhina Native Staghorn Sumac
Taller growing colonial shrub with velvet-like fuzz on new growth. Orange to red fall color. 10-20'. In a confined site, they can be grown as a small tree. Zone 4. 6-12" 2.50
Ribes alpinum Alpine Currant
Excellent hedge shrub in light shade. Takes shearing very well. Zone 2 2.5” pot 3.00
Ribes americanum Native American Black Currant
Small coarse shrub with no thorns, black fruit. Zone 2. 6-12” 3.00
Ribes glandulosum Native Swamp Skunk Currant
Low growing wetland shrub, hairy red fruit. Zone 2 2.25” pot 3.00
Ribes missouriensis Native Missouri Gooseberry
Coarse small shrub with bright red thorns, black fruit. 3'. Aggressive groundcover in Bur Oak savanna.Zone 3. 6” 3.00
Ribes odoratum W USA Clove currant
Tall arching shrub with racemes of clove scented yellow flowers, very showy. Red and maroon fall color. 6-8'. Zone 3. 12-18" 4.00
Rosa blanda Native Meadow Rose
Colonial rose growing to 4' with very few thorns, clear pink 2-3" flowers in June. Zone 3.
2.5” pot 3.00
Rosa carolina Native Carolina Rose
Small growing colonial native rose with few thorns. Flowers in June, varying shades of pink. Nice red fall color and the red hips stay bright red most of the winter. 2-3'. Zone 3.
6-12" 3.00 Ready in June
Rosa palustris Native Swamp Rose
Thorny profuse flowering rose growing thickly to 4-7', red fall color, and .5-1" red hips staying red all winter. Flowers a deep rich pink. Zone 3. pots 4.00
Rosa setigera Native Prairie Rose
Arching caned rose with a form like Blackberry. Long sprays of clear pink flowers. Zone
6-12” 3.00 June
Rosa virginiana E USA Virginia Rose
2" pink flowers, red winter canes, red persistent fruits. Zone 3.12-18" 5.00
Rosa woodsii Native/ W USA Wood's Rose
A dry soil rose, pink flowers 2", plants growing to 3'. Zone 3. 18” 5.00
Rubus alleghaniensis Native Blackberry
Our native blackberry, arching thorny canes, white flowers and black fruit in late August. Zone 3 Divisions 2.50
Rubus hispidus Native Dewberry
Low growing evergreen blackberry when under snow, generally sandy acid soils, small black fruit, wine purple winter color. Zone 3 RC 3.00
Rubus idaeus canadensis Native Northern Raspberry
Common colonial raspberry along roads and in clear-cut of Wisconsin, red fruit. Zone 2
1yr canes 3.00
Rubus occidentalis Native Black Raspberry
Long arching canes rooting at the far tip to form colony, white flowers and black fruit.
Zone 4 2 year 3.50
Rubus odoratus E USA Purple Flowering Raspberry
Appalachian species with maple-like leaves, also thornless stems growing to 6’ tall. Very showy 1.5” purple flowers in the summer followed by red ‘Thimble berries’. A more vigorous colony former here in southern Wisconsin than Thimbleberry. Zone 4
Rubus parviflorus Native Thimbleberry
A thornless species with Maple-like leaves and large, 1.5" white flowers, red fruit. Grows well on most soils in sun or light shade. For fruiting in USDA Zone 5a or colder they require good deep snow cover. Zone Zone 3
Salix alba chermesina Orange-bark Willow
Pyramidal tree to 40' with bright orange winter bark. Showy from a great distance. Zone 3.
2.25” pot 3.00
Salix alba 'Tristis' Golden Weeping Willow
Large weeping tree. Quite an accent when planted near water, a bit messy for sites near homes. Zone 4. 2.25” pot 3.00
Salix amygdaloides Native Peach-leaved Willow
Small wetland tree, peach like foliage, small spring catkins. Zone 4 18” 3.00
Salix bebbiana Native Bebb's Willow
Tall tree-like shrub, beautiful rugose deep green foliage. Zone 2 2.25" pot 3.50 Ready in June
Salix chaenomeloides Japanese Pussy Willow
Large shrub with enormous catkins in spring. Zone 4 2.25” pot 2.50 June
Salix discolor Native Pussy Willow
Large shrub with good show of male catkins, 1.75" long. Winter buds black. We can provide either male or female plants. Zone 3. Livestake 1.50 2.25" pot 3.00
Salix exigua Native Coyote Willow
Pine barrens species much like Prairie Willow, but growing larger. Zone 2 Live stake 1.50
2.25” pot 3.00
Salix humilus microphyllus Native Prairie Willow
3-7' gray green leaved shrub, very dense form. Grows in either wet or dry soils. Good display of .5" male catkins in spring. Our plants of both sexes. Zone 3. 2.25” pot 3.00
Salix interior Native Sandbar Willow
Aggressive fine textured Willow forming large colonies which decrease in age and height from the colony center. Needs space. 10-15'. Zone 3. 18" Livestake 1.00
Salix lucida Native Shining Willow
Wetland shrub growing to 10', very shiny green foliage. Zone 2 2.25” pot 3.00
Salix myricoides Native Blue-leaf Willow
Lower growing wide arching Willow with nice large spring catkins that progress through a pure white stage. Growing to 6' x10'. Zone 3 6-12"
Salix nigra Native Black Willow
Lowland tree of medium texture, useful for restoration work. They may be broken over the years by storms but they never seem to die, growing back quickly. Zone 3. 6-12” 2.50
Salix petiolaris Native Slender Willow
Large fine textured Willow, growing in most of our lowland areas. 15' shrubs. Zone 3.
Livestake .75 2.25” pot 2.50
Salix sericea Native Red-osier Willow
Rounded regular semi-globe shrub to 7', red winter twigs. Zone 2 2.25” pot 2.00 June
Salix syrticola Native Dune Willow
Large rather open shrub, densely white wooly leaves into early summer. Zone 3 2.25” pot 3.50 Ready in June
Sambucus canadensis Native Elderberry
Coarse compound leaves, coarse canes, large flat clusters of creamy white flowers in June. Profuse black BB-sized fruit in large clusters in August and September. Edible fruit used in jams and for wine. Zone 3. 1yr root 1.50 12-18" 3.00
Sambucus pubens Native Red Elderberry
Form much like the above species, more of a colonial grower. Creamy white cone shaped flower clusters in early spring, red BB-sized berries in June and July. Plants are very tolerant of shade and even flower in Hemlock woods. FRUIT POISONOUS! Zone 2.
6-12" 3.50 Ready in June
Shepherdia argentea E USA Buffaloberry
Tall rather sparse shrubs with gray leaves and bright red fruit clustered around the stems. Perhaps better growing in dry sited, sunny areas. 18'. Zone 4. 12-18" 4.00
Shepherdia canadensis Native Russet Buffaloberry
Dense growing with deep green upper and rusty lower surface leaves. Bright red fruit along the branches in June. Lover of heavy clay soils. 3-6'. Zone 2.
2.5 " pot 4.00 Ready for fall 2019
Sophora japonica Scholartree
Round headed medium height tree with compound leaves and white flowers in mid-summer. Seed pods look like Styrofoam beads in short chains, remain most of the winter. Zone 5/6. 6” 3.00
Sorbus americana Native American Mountain-ash
Very short flat headed tree with creamy white flowers in large clusters at branch terminals,
followed by enormous flat clusters of BB-sized orange red berries. Needs a moist open site to show well. Orange red fall color., 10-20'. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 4.00 Ready in June
Sorbus decora Native Showy Mountain-ash
Our native species with form much like the above, somewhat coarser tree, larger flowers and fruit clusters. Berries a deep red. Fall color a good red. 45'. Zone 3. 2020
Spiraea alba Native Meadowsweet
Colonial Spiraea with terminal cones of white flowers. Fair yellow red fall color. Red new bark in winter. Good naturalizing shrub in wet meadows. 4-6' Zone 2. 2.25” pot 3.00
Spiraea douglasii WUSA Douglas Spirea
Western wetland species with pink flowers. Zone 3 Pots 4.00
Spiraea fritschiana Korean Spirea
2-3' with large blue green leaves and large white flat flower clusters. Good orange red fall color. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00 Fall
3' with orange yellow new leaves and orange red fall color. Pink flowers don't stand out really well from the leaves. Foliage yellow green in summer. Zone 3. 2.5” pot 3.00
Golden new leaves and golden all season. Pink flowers. Zone 3. 2.5” pot 3.00
Spiraea 'Grefscheim' Grefscheim Garland
Graceful arching branches with small gray green leaves. Old wood adrift in white flower clusters in late spring. 4'. Zone 3. 2019
Spiraea prunifolia plena True Bridal Wreath
5' shrubs with small glossy cherry-like leaves. Bright yellow orange and red fall color. Branches covered with double white flowers in spring which can last several weeks if the weather stays cool. Zone 4. Pots 3.00 June
Spiraea 'Shibori' (Shirobana) Peppermint Spirea
Fairly dense shrub with a mix of medium green and deep green leaves. Flowers white-pink and mixed throughout the plant. Pretty show all summer. Zone 5. 6-12” 3.00 June
Spiraea thunbergii Thunberg Spirea
Graceful arching shrub to 4', smothered in white flowers in very early spring. Zone 3.
Spiraea tomentosa Native Hardhack Spirea
Marsh and waters edge species with spires of clear pink flowers, leaves rich green above whitelower surface. 3'. Zone 2. SWC 3.00 2.25" pot 3.50
Spiraea 'VH' Vanhoutte Spirea
Large arching shrub with blue green summer leaves. Yellow red fall color. Massive display of white flowers the end of May. Zone 3. SWC 2.50 12-18" 3.50
Staphylea trifolia Native Bladdernut
Very shade tolerant colonial shrub with a nice display of white 1" bell flowers in May. Plants
covered with 2" inflated bladders in fall and winter. Zone 3. 3-6" 3.00
Stephenandra incisa 'Crispa' Cutleaf Stephenandra
Groundcover in full sun with arching branches that mound upon themselves to 3', foliage with a reddish tinge all summer. Zone 4. 6-12" 3.00
Symphoricarpus albus Native Snowberry
Colonial shrub with blue green leaves and tiny pink flowers followed by large white berries along the stem. Grows well in shade. 6' Zone 4 6-12" 3.00
Symphoricarpus occidentalis Native Wolfberry
Lower growing shrub of the sand barrens, new shoots very stiffly upright to 2-3’ on richer soils. Tiny pink bell flowers in the spring, white puffy fruit in the late summer and early fall. Best in full sun. Zone 3 12-18” 4.00
Symphoricarpus orbiculatus C USA Coralberry
Fine textured shrub with small leaves, twigs covered with tiny magenta berries into winter. Will form a colony as some of the new branches are prostrate stolons, 4'. Zone 4
Syringa 'James Mac Farlane'
Pale green leaved late Lilac with single clear pink flowers. 8'. Zone 3. 12-18" 4.00 sold out
Hybrid of S. meyeri x S. microphylla x S. patula grows to 6' with very fragrant long trusses of pink flowers. Has some rebloom in late summer. Leaves half the size of S. 'Miss Kim'. Zone 4. SWC 3.00
Syringa meyeri 'Palibin' Korean Lilac
Dwarf dense Lilac with shiny deep green leaves. Purplish in the fall. Purple flowers.
Zone 4. 6-12" 3.00
Syringa 'Miss Canada'
Late Lilac to 6' with lavender flowers. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00
Syringa 'Miss Kim'
Dense Lilac to 5' with loads of pale purple flowers, purplish fall color. Zone 3.
Syringa pekinensis Peking Lilac
Tree form Lilac with green satin leaves, large white flower trusses in June. Some seedlings will
have peeling "varnished" bark. Somewhat purple fall color. Zone 4.
2.25" pot 3.00
Syringa reticulata Japanese Tree Lilac
Tree Lilac with very large white flower trusses in June. Tan seed clusters all winter. Zone 3.
Syringa r. 'Ivory Silk'
Strongly upright pyramidal cultivar. Very nice flower display. Zone 3.
3” pot 4.00
Large Lilac with very deep green leaves and flowers which are deep purple bud, opening slightly lighter purple. 10' Zone 3. SWC 3.00 6-12" 4.00
Early fragrant Lilac with red-purple blooms growing 8' tall. Zone 4 6-8" 4.00
Syringa 'Excel' Excel Lilac
Light pink lavender single flowers in large panicles, excellent fragrance. To 8' tall and wide. Zone 4 6-8" 4.00
Syringa oblata 'Cheyenne' Cheyenne Lilac
A very hardy pale lavender flowered Lilac with purple- yellow fall color. To 10' tall and wide.
Zone 3 6-8" 4.00
Tilia americana Native American Linden
Large tree with deep green leaves, fragrant yellow flowers in July. Tan dry seeds on a tan winged pedicel , persist till early winter. Zone 3. Plugs 3.00
Ulmus americana Native American Elm
Tall vase tree being planted some in wetlands. Very susceptible to Dutch Elm Disease. Pure butter yellow fall color. Zone 3. 18" 3.00
Ulmus parvifolia Lacebark Elm
Medium height tree with small leaves and greenish white flowers in early fall, winged seed in October. Some seedlings will have red fall color, bark flaking to show various browns and green. Zone 4. 6-12" 3.00
Ulmus rubra Native Red Elm
Less regular form tree with larger leaves, some resistance to the disease. Yellow in fall. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 3.00 Ready in June
Vaccinium angustifolium Native Lowbush Blueberry
Low plants to 18" forming great mats in open sun, sandy soil. Small white bell flowers and very tasty small blue fruit. Fire red fall color. Needs acid soil. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 3.00 June
Vaccinium arboreum SE USA Farkleberry
Tall nearly evergreen dense branched shrub to 12' tall. White bell flowers followed by shiny black fruit which are fairly dry fresh but usable in cooking. Very hard durable wood used for walking sticks. Shiny deep green leaves turn a rich red in very late fall. Zone 6 plugs 4.00
Vaccinium erythrocarpum SE USA Southern Mountain Cranberry
Late ripening black fruited blueberry of the southern Appalachian highlands, pink cranberry like flowers with the petals folded back. Fruit used in jelly. Zone 5
Vaccinium macrocarpon Native Large Cranberry
Stronger growing evergreen groundcover, larger deep red fruit. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 3.00
Vaccinium membranaceum Native Mountain Bilberry
An unusual blueberry/dangleberry from the south shore of Lake Superior. Most commonly a Rocky Mountain species. Large black fruit best used in pies and not for fresh eating. Growing to 18-24” tall with shiny 2” green leaves and red stems. Zone 4 2020
Vaccinium myrtilloides Native Velvet Blueberry
Similar to V. angustifolium, usually in some shade. Velvety leaves and later ripening fruit. Zone 2. 2.25" pot 3.00
Vaccinium ovalifolium Native Oval-leaf Bilberry
A pretty bluegreen leaved small colonial shrub to 18” tall with berries covered with a nice blue bloom. Grows well in semi-shaded sites on acid soils. The fruits are best used in pies and muffins. Zone 4 2.25” pots 4.00
Vaccinium oxycoccus Native Small Cranberry
Dainty evergreen groundcover with tiny leaves and small pink bell flowers followed by small speckled cranberries. Maroon fall color. Best on very moist and acid soil. Zone 2.
2.25" pot 3.00
Viburnum acerifolium Native Mapleleaf Viburnum
Sprawling shrub in deep shade with white flowers, black fruit. Pastel fall color of cream, pink, and red. May shipment. Zone 3. pots 4.00 Fall
Viburnum burejaeticum Manchurian Viburnum
Tall shrub with Lantana-like leaves, finer textured. Red yellow fall color. White flowers and fruit that progresses from red to black. Zone 4. 6-12” 4.00
Viburnum carlesii Korean Spice Viburnum
Colorful medium shrub with fragrant pink white flowers, dull to deep green leaves and yellow red fall color. May shipment. Zone 4. SWC potted 4.00
Viburnum carlesii 'Compactum' Compact Korean Spice Viburnum
Dense full cultivar, same flower as V. carlesii. Nearly evergreen here, leaves drop in early winter. May shipment. Zone 4. pots 5.00
Viburnum carlesii ‘JN Select’ Spiced Bouquet® Compact Korean Spice Vib.
Selected for beautiful heavy flowering and glossy rich green foliage. Vigorous growth to about 4-5’ tall and wide. Zone 4 2020
Viburnum cassinoides Native Withrod Viburnum
6' shrub with deep lustrous green leaves, red fall color. White flowers and fruit which turns bright pink then blue. Zone 3. SWC 3.00
Viburnum dentatum E USA Arrowwood Viburnum
Medium tall shrub with creamy white flowers and clusters of blue fruit in late summer. Leaves from dull to glossy green. Fall color yellow to burgundy. Zone 3.
SWC 3.00 12" 3.50 12-18" 4.00
Viburnum dentatum ‘JN Select’ Red Feather® Arrowwood Viburnum
Tall vigorous selection with colorful red bands along the veins of the new leaves, heavy flowering and fruiting. Zone 3 6-12” 4.00 Fall
Viburnum dentatum pubescens Downy Arrowwood Viburnum
Denser growing, deep green glossy leaves and later flowers and fruit. Zone 4. SWC 3.50
Viburnum x juddii Judd Viburnum
Much like V. carlesii with only slightly less fragrant flowers. More open habit in youth, less
leafspot problems. May shipment. Zone 4. SWC 3.00 6-12" 4.00
Viburnum lantana Wayfaring Viburnum
Large shrub with medium to deep green felty rugose leaves, creamy white flowers and fruit which colors from red to black. Some maroon fall color and semi-evergreen with snow cover. 6-10'. Zone 3 6-12" 3.00
Viburnum l. 'Aureus' Golden Viburnum Lantana
Slower growing golden form. Subject to some burn in hot sun. Zone 3. SWC 4.00 12" 5.00
Viburnum l. 'Mohican'
Cultivar with deep green foliage and larger clusters of white flowers. Very dense habit. Zone 3. 6" 3.00
Viburnum lantana 'Variegata'
Growth like that of V.l.'Mohican' except for speckled white on the foliage. Zone 3.
SWC 4.00 12-18” 6.00
Viburnum lentago Native Nannyberry
Tall suckering shrub with leaves similar to a Peach. Creamy white flowers, clusters of blue black fruit. 15'. Occasionally trained as a single stem, small tree. Fall color red tones. Zone 3. 6” 3.00 12" 4.00
Cultivar from V. x burkwoodii with deep red flower buds, shiny small leaves, and a bit greater hardiness for us here. Good fragrance. 6'. Zone 5. Sold out
Viburnum molle C USA Kentucky Viburnum
Species with wider leaves than V. dentatum, white flowers and black fruit. Fall color a red black and the peeling bark adds interest in winter. 7'. Zone 4. 2020
Viburnum nudum SE USA Smooth Withrod
Almost tropical looking shrub of the coastal lowlands. Glossy deep green leaves with bright red-orange fall color. Large clusters of creamy white flowers followed by bright blueberry blue fruit.
Grows to 6' tall. Zone 5-6 pots 3.00
Viburnum opulus European Cranberry Viburnum
Tall Maple leaf-type with good flower display because of few sterile bloom on the outer edge of clusters. Bears large crops of red berry clusters which are showy all winter. 8'. Zone 4. 6-12” 3.00
Viburnum opulus 'Roseum' European Snowball Viburnum
Tall shrub with bright green leaves. Very showy sterile white flowers in "Snowballs" cover the plant in May, no fruit. 10-15'. Zone 4. 2020
Viburnum opulus 'Xanthocarpum' Yellow-fruit Cranberry Viburnum
Cultivar with bright green leaves, good flowers, and golden yellow fruit. 8'. Zone 4.
Viburnum prunifolium E USA Blackhaw Viburnum
Small tree form plant with thick green leaves remaining into November. Creamy white bloom and blue fruit. 15-20'. Zone 4. SWC 3.00 6-12” 4.00 Fall
Viburnum prunifolium 'Summer Charm'
Same form with reddish new leaves and red fall color. Has been used for a nice hedge. Zone 4 SWC 3.00
Viburnum rafinesquianum Native Rafinesque Viburnum
Our selection for glossy green thick leaves which turn a rich burgundy in fall, the color persisting for weeks. Nice full growth with white flowers and glossy black fruit. Does not suffer powdery mildew as most of this species seem to. To 5'. Zone 3. pots 4.00
Viburnum sargentii 'Flava' Yellow Fruit Sargent Viburnum
Large robust growing shrub with white lacecap flowers and persistent yellow fruit. Zone 3
2.25" pot 3.00
Viburnum sieboldii Siebold Viburnum
Tall tree form or large shrub with large glossy deep green leaves, creamy white flowers and fruit which starts pink and turns black. 20'. Zone 4. 3-6” 3.00
Viburnum trilobum Native American Cranberry Viburnum
Our native lowland Cranberry Viburnum. White flowers with few sterile outer flowers, deep green Foliage often reddish when opening. Red fall color and red fruit. Does fine in upland soil. 10-12'. Zone 2. SWC 3.00 3-6” 3.00 12” 4.00 Fall
Viburnum trilobum 'Bailey Compact'
Much like the above form. Green new leaves and bit more vigorous. 4-5'. Zone 3.
SWC 3.00 Fall
Viburnum trilobum 'Compactum'
Also similar to the ones above. Has some flowers and fruit when older. Zone 3.
SWC 3.00 6-12" 4.00 Fall
Weigela 'Pink Princess'
Cultivar with slight red tinge to the leaf and pink flowers. 4'. Zone 4. 6-12" 3.00
Weigela 'Red Prince'
Fairly dense growing, very hardy bright red non-fading flowered cultivar. Some rebloom
throughout the season. 4-5'. Zone 4. SWC 3.00 6-12" 3.00
Weigela 'White Knight'
The hardiest white cultivar we have had, slight dieback at -33 F, flowers apple blossom pink in bud. Zone 4 SWC 3.00
Wisteria macrostachya E USA Kentucky Wisteria
Tall growing vine with compound leaves and purple blue flowers at the cane terminals after the leaves are out. Very pretty on a trellis. Long, .5" diameter beans add a tan accent all winter, clusters to 18". Zone 4. 2.25" pot 4.00
Xanthoceras sorbifolia Yellowhorn
Small tree with Mountain Ash-like leaves and 1" white flowers in June followed by 3" brown seed capsules. Zone 4. 6" 4.00 June
Xanthorhiza simpissima E USA Yellowroot
Dense growing groundcover with Celery like foliage, small purple-green flower panicles below the new foliage. Yellow to purple fall color. Zone 4 2.5” pots 4.00
Yucca filamentosa E USA Adam's Needle
Rosette of lance shaped 1-2" wide leaves to 2' with a central spike of waxy white 2" flowers in July, followed by stalk of brown black seed capsules. Zone 4. 1 year 2.00
Yucca glauca W USA Soapweed Yucca
Finer textured rosette of spike-like leaves .5-1" wide and blue green. Larger spike of waxy flowers and much larger seed capsules. Flowers more greenish white. Zone 3.
Zanthoxylum americanum Native Prickly-Ash
Thicket forming shrub with small Ash-like leaves, strong citrus odor when bruised. Fall color yellow red. September display of small red fruit covering the branches. Best used where well confined and out of traffic. 10-12". Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00
Iris versicolor Native Blue Flag
Our native iris of marshes and swamps. Zone 3 1yr 2.00
Abies balsamea Native Balsam Fir
Conical growing evergreen tree best grown from USDA zone 5 north. Very tolerant of shade and moist to wet soils. Provide some shade in the more southern plantings. At maturity the trees have a spire/steeple top 10 feet. Deep green flat needles, can be grown for Christmas Trees. Zone 2 6-12" 3.00
Abies concolor WUSA Concolor Fir
Wide conical form tree with green to blue green flat needles. Zone 3 Plugs 3.00
Juniperus communis depressa Native Oldfield Juniper
Wide growing, very prickly Juniper with bright green summer color and bronze winter color. 3-4' high and 10-20' wide. Useful in dry native plantings. Zone 2. pots 4.00
Juniperus horizontalis Native Creeping Juniper
Low spreader with deep green summer color and purple blue winter color. Forms a dense
groundcover 6-8" high. Soft texture. Selection of Prof. E. R. Hasselkus, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Zone 3. 6" 3.00
Juniperus virginiana Native Eastern Redcedar
Medium tall evergreen, bronze winter color. Pots 3.00 12-18” 4.00
Larix laricina Native Tamarack
Fast growing deciduous conifer, green-blue summer foliage, golden fall color. Needs ample moisture. Zone 2 Plugs 3.00 12-18” 3.50
Picea glauca Native White Spruce
Tall fairly fast growing evergreen, green-blue foliage Zone 2 plugs 2.50
Picea glauca densata W USA Black Hills Spruce
Very dense growing White Spruce. Zone 3. plugs 3.00
Picea mariana Native Black Spruce
Smaller growing Spruce with dense short needles, growing most often in wetland and bog sites. Zone 2 6-12" 3.00
Pinus banksiana Native Jack Pine
Fast growing Pine mainly used for lumber production. Jack Pine can be very unique wide conical trees when grown widely spaced in an open site. Tolerant of very poor sandy soils, roots very
resistant to rot. We know of a CCC planting through a bog, the trees are 90 years old and only 20 ft tall and 3-4" in diameter; remarkable survival! 6-12" 3.00
Pinus bungeana Lacebark Pine
Beautiful deep green pine with white/gray-green and tan patches on the bark in maturity.
3” 3.00 Sold out
Pinus cembra siberica Siberian Stone Pine
Slower growing dense needled pyramidal Pine with soft needles similar to Eastern White Pine Zone 2 pots 4.00
Pinus peuce Balken Pine
Narrow pyramidal 5-needle pine with slow dense growth, rich green color. Zone 4.
Pinus pungens E USA Table Mountain Pine
Billowing picturesque pine of the Appalachian Mt. tops. Fast growth on slightly acidic soil, large prickly cones. Zone 5 plug 4.00
Pinus strobus Native Eastern White Pine
Tall growing soft texture pine. Zone 3. 12” 2.00
Pinus tabuliformis North China Pine
Fast growing Oriental Pagoda form pine, often with gnarled shapes. Zone 4 12” 3.00
Taxus canadensis Native Canada Yew
A wonderful native medium height evergreen groundcover for semi and deep shade. Grows from 2-6' tall and spreads as it roots down. Somewhat vase shaped growth pattern of deep green flat needles with occassional red fruits about 1 cm in diameter. These need shade and deer protection to survive. RC 5.00 pots 6.00 Fall
Taxus cuspidata 'Tauntoni' Taunton Japanese Yew
A very hardy spreading Japanese Yew, growing to 5' naturally. these can be trimmed to stay at any desired height. RC 3.50 June
Thuja occidentalis Native Eastern White Cedar
Medium tall, dense evergreen tree. Zone 3. 6-12” 2.50
Thuja occidentalis 'Emerald'
Slower growing bright green and dense pyramid. 10' x 3'. RC 3.00 Fall
Thuja occidentalis 'Fastigiata' Pyramidal Arborvitae
Tall fast narrow pyramid. Golden green in winter. 50' x 6'. RC 2.00 Fall
Thuja occidentalis 'Holmstrup'
Irregular slow pyramid, eventually to 12', with very dense growth, bronze in winter. RC 2.50 Fall
Thuja occidentalis 'Trautman'
A dense bright green conical shape evergreen with great winter wind hardiness. Selected by nurseryman Herbert Trautman after a brutal winter that damaged most American Arborvitae. RC 3.50
Thuja occidentalis 'Techny'
One of the best for winter color, a wide pyramid. Benefits from shearing a year before digging for sale. RC 2.50 Fall
Thuja occidentalis 'Wareana' Siberian Arborvitae
Dense heavy foliage, wide squat pyramid, bronze green in winter.
RC 2.50 Fall
Thuja occidentalis 'Wareana Lutescens'
Light yellow-green new growth, smokey cream in winter. A very different color, form as above. RC 3.00
Thuja occidentalis 'Hetz Wintergreen'
Fast growing conical shape, almost always with only one terminal leader, less prone to snow splitting. Glossy dark green color. Forms a dense wall as they age. Winter color green with a hint of black. RC 3.50
Thuja occidentalis 'Woodwardii' Globe Arborvitae
Fast dense globe form to 6'. Bronze winter color. RC 2.50
Thuja plicata W USA Western Redcedar
Fast growing tall tree with typical evergreen shape. Appearance much like a Hemlock from a distance Quite graceful and deep green all year. One great feature is White-tailed deer do not browse these. Zone 4 RC 3.00
Tsuga Canadensis Native Canadian Hemlock
Large graceful evergreen tree of the northwoods and ravines of southern Wisconsin. Prefers shaded sites out of dry winter winds. Zone 3 pots 3.50
Taxodium distichum E USA Bald Cypress
Not evergreen, but we'll list it here. Large pyramidal tree becomes round topped when old. Fresh light green spring foliage, golden brown fall color. Seems to do just fine here in Zone 4. Does not need a wet site. 12" 3.00 2-3’ 5.00
TERMS OF SALE
This list is our retail price, purchases of quantities of 25 or more of a single variety will be at one half the list price each.
Limits of liability- All nursery stock is sold with only the guarantee of being shipped in good live condition, we will replace items if we are notified of death or damage within 10 days of shipping date. All sales subject to our crop supply at shipping time. Some jostling of potted material via UPS is to be expected. All plants shipped in out of season (winter or summer here) travel at buyer risk.
Shipping- All plants shipped UPS ground unless air shipment is requested. No shipments to California. Canada requires a $50 Phytosanitary Certificate. No pots to Oregon or Washington. Some plants ie, Quercus, not available to the west coast. This is due to quarantine and customs regulations. Our shipping seasons are Late-September through October, and Late-March through early June. All shipping charged at actual cost. Pick-up from our nursery location must be arranged one week in advance. All Bareroot material must be shipped in March, April and October.
Payment- We request 50% deposit at the time of ordering, remainder will be billed after shipping and will include shipping charges. Payment past due, 30 days, will be subject to 1.5% interest per month. Accounts past 90 days overdue will be sent for collection by our collection agency.
Cultural Information Restoration Information
We are most happy to answer any questions about our plants and their culture in the nursery or landscape.
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Livestake Unrooted hardwood cuttings 12-24” long
HWC Rooted hardwood cutting, year prior to sale
SWC Rooted softwood cutting, summer prior to sale
RC Rooted cutting, usually an evergreen
TT Twice transplanted
Nat. Seed or cuttings from native Wisconsin plants or their offspring in our nursery
TP Treepot 5" deep square pot either 2.5 or 3" square
1-1 1 year in propagation bed, 1 year as a transplant.
2-1 2 years in propagation bed, 1 year as a transplant
2-2 2 years in propagation bed, 2 years as a transplant
2.25" Small plant in small plastic pot, generally these are the rarer more difficult plants for us to produce.
3-6",6-12" The height of the plant, most of our plants are 1-3 years old.
Reeseville Ridge Nursery
512 S. Main St.
Reeseville WI 53579