SHRUBS

As with our trees, New England Wetland Plants, Inc grows conservation-grade, New England native shrubs from local seed and cutting sources. We have shrubs for every site: wetland, buffer zone, slope or meadow! Our shrubs are grown in #1 nursery containers, and range in height from 1' to 4'.

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SPECIESIMAGESDESCRIPTIONWET.
STATUS
SHADE TOL.
HABITATSIZE1-5051 +
Alnus incana (rugosa)
(Speckled Alder)
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Speckled alder fruit. Light green, small, clustered, and spiky.A large shrub (15′) that grows along stream edges and swamps. Has ability to fix nitrogen. Clumps of Alder form excellent wildlife cover. Good for bank stabilization. One of the most adaptable shrubs for difficult sites.FACW+Full Sun to
Partial Shade
Shores, wet meadows, forests18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
Amelanchier canadensis
(Amelanchier arborea)

(Shadblow/Serviceberry)
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Serviceberry seedling, only a few inches tall, with ovate and toothed red and light green leavesUpright, tall shrub (18’+). Attractive white flowers before foliage emerges in spring. Berries eaten by birds. Good wetland buffer zone shrub.FACPartial ShadeShores, forest, drier
sites
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi
(Bearberry)
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Bearberry flowers. Four small dark pink buds grow from the tip of a bearberry branch. The leaves, small, round, shiny and smooth, are also visible. A low, trailing ground cover of dry Oak and Pine forests as well as back dunes. Berries provides wildlife food source.UPLFull Sun to
Partial Shade
Drier Sites6"-12"$11.00$10.50
Aronia arbutifolia
(Photinia pyrifolia)

(Red Chokeberry)
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Photo of many young red chokeberry in the fall. The foliage is turning, first a deep purple, then a bright red. A medium-sized shrub (6-10′) with small white to pinkish flowers in the spring. Persistent red berries are eaten by wildlife in winter. Very soil adaptable.FACWFull SunShores, wet meadows, forests18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Aronia melanocarpa
(Photinia melanocarpa)

(Black Chokeberry)
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Black chokeberry flowers. Small, white flowers with five dainty petals each. White stamen with dark pink heads extend from the center. A very adaptable shrub (to 10′) with white or pinkish flowers in the spring. Berries are eaten by many species of birds.FACFull Sun to
Partial Shade
Shores, wet meadows,
forests
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Baccharis halimifolia
(Groundseltree)
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Groundseltree seeds still attached to the plant. Small white shiny tufts stick out in every direction, at the base of the tufts a small, scaled magenta pod is visible. Some small dull dark green smooth leaves are also visible. A handsome shrub (6-12′) with small persistent gray-green foliage. Blooms in the fall to produce showy white plumes, once seed has set. One of the few Eastern shrubs appropriate for coastal plantings. High salinity tolerance.FACWFull Sun to
Partial Shade
Coastal sites, wet meadows,
salt tolerant
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Ceanothus americanus
(New Jersey Tea)
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New Jersey Tea flowers. The flowers are small, thin, and white, and clustered together. Large, soft, shiny, pointed leaves are also visible.A low, upright deciduous shrub (to 3′). Early to mid-succession species. Fixes nitrogen. Found in open areas with sandy to rocky soils.FACU-Full SunDrier sites18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Cephalanthus occidentalis
(Buttonbush)
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Buttonbush flower with a bee resting on top. The flower is a dull creamy white, and is round and compound, with the individual flowers so small it is difficult to distinguish. The bee is collecting nectar. Medium-sized shrub, white globular-shaped flowers in summer. Prefers soils flooded or saturated for long periods or fluctuating hydrology. Nutlets are food for ducks and other birds.OBLFull Sun to
Full
Shade
Shallow water, shores,
wet meadows
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Chamaedaphne calyculata
(Leatherleaf)
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Small evergreen shrub native to northern North America and Europe. It grows in acidic, boggy habitats and features dark green, leathery leaves arranged alternately along slender stems. In late spring, it bears clusters of fragrant, bell-shaped white or pink flowers followed by persistent small capsules containing seeds, adding to its ornamental appeal.OBLPartial to Full ShadeBogs, swamps, marshes18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$11.50
$12.50
$13.50
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
Clethra alnifolia
(Sweet Pepperbush)
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Young Sweet Pepperbush with light green ovate toothed leaves.A medium-sized shrub found in coastal and inland wetlands. Sweet-smelling white flowers in July. Provides food and cover for birds. Tolerates drier sites.FAC+Full Sun to
Partial Shade
Drier sites18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Comptonia peregrina
(Sweet Fern)
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Young Sweet Fern. The leaves are green and smooth, with round lobes in a pattern that closely resembles a fernA low shrub (2-5′) of sandy and gravelly sites. This species fixes nitrogen and will spread by root suckers.UPLFull SunOpen areas, drier sites18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Cornus alternifolia
(Alternate-leaved Dogwood)
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Alternate-leaf dogwood berries. Round, shiny, smooth, red to dark purple, almost black in color. Large shrub (15-25′) of rich woodlands, produces summer berries valuable to wildlife.UPLFull Sun to Full
Shade
Drier sites18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$12.00
$13.00
$14.00
$11.50
$12.50
$13.50
Cornus amomum
(Silky Dogwood)
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Silky dogwood berries. Dark blue and clustered together. Some fruits are light, almost white, and others are purple.A fast-growing, clump-forming, medium shrub (5-8′). Reddish winter color on young stems. Blue fruit in the fall eaten by many animals.
Provides nesting and cover for birds.
FACWFull Sun to Partial ShadeShores, wet meadows,
forests
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Cornus racemosa
(Gray Dogwood)
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Young Grey Dogwood plant. A few feet tall, light smooth bark, and pointed ovate opposite leaves.A medium to tall shrub that grows in a wide range of soil conditions. Tolerates shade well. Spreads by roots. White fruit is eaten by birds
in fall.
FACFull Sun to Full Shadeforested areas, drier
sites
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
Cornus sericea
(Red-osier Dogwood)
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Red osier dogwood flower. A compound flower with small white flowers. green smooth edged leaves are also visible. Formerly C. stolonifera, this rapidly growing, spreading shrub reaches 6-10′. Showy red stems in winter. Berries and twigs provide food for a wide variety of wildlife. Good for stream bank stabilization.FACW+Full Sun to Full ShadeShores, wet meadows,
forests
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Corylus americana
(American Hazelnut)
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American hazelnut young fruit, still on tree. Leaves of the tree are dark green. The fruit is bunched together and squash yellow. The fruits are round and vase shaped, with leafy yellow green tops. Medium-sized shrub (3-9′) provides excellent wildlife cover and food in drier locations. This shrub produces a small, hard edible nut, is shade tolerant and particularly effective as an under story planting.FACU-Full Sun to Full ShadeForested areas, drier
sites
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$12.00
$13.00
$14.00
$11.50
$12.50
$13.50
Decodon verticillatus (Water Willow) Read More... Long, arching stems with bright pink and purple flowers that thrive in shallow water.OBLFull Sun to Part ShadeShallow water, wetland margins, lakes, ponds1 gal pot$8.00
Diervilla lonicera
(Northern Bush Honeysuckle)
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Small diervilla flowers. All yellow flowers. Narrow green leaves.A low growing (1-2′) shrub that spreads by rhizomes. Can tolerate dry, infertile soils, high pH, windy conditions, shade and is relatively
pest-free.
UPL Full Sun to Full ShadeDrier sites12"-18"
18"-24"
2'-3'
$12.00
$13.00
$14.00
$11.50
$12.50
$13.50
Hamamelis virginiana
(Witch Hazel)
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Witch hazel leaves. Stout, heart-shaped leaves, dull yellow green and brownish red. Tall shrub or small tree. Grows in moist woods. Tolerates partial sun to shade. Small yellow flowers in fall. Seeds, buds, and twigs provide
food for wildlife.
FAC-Partial to Full
Shade
Forested areas, drier
sites
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
Ilex glabra
(Inkberry)
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Ilex glabraMedium-sized shrub of moist sandy coastal New England. Somewhat leathery leaves and black berries. Medium drought and moisture tolerance.FACW-Full SunShores, wet meadows18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$11.50
$12.50
$13.50
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
Ilex mucronata
(Mountain Holly)
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Ilex glabraA medium-sized shrub (5-10′). Velvety red berries provide excellent wildlife food. Fruit ripens July-August and may persist until October.OBLFull Sun to Full ShadeShores, forests18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$11.50
$12.50
$13.50
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
Ilex verticillata
(Winterberry Holly)
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Ilex verticillataMedium to tall shrub found in a variety of wetlands. Shade to full sun. Bright red berries persist into winter and are important wildlife
food.
FACW+Full Sun to Partial ShadeShores, open areas, forests18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Itea virginica
(Virginia Sweetspire)
A deciduous shrub known for its arching branches and vibrant autumn foliage, ranging from red to orange. In spring, it produces fragrant white flower spikes that cascade elegantly from the branches, adding to its ornamental appeal.OBLFull Sun to Partial ShadeStreambanks, swamps, woodland edges 18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Iva frutescens
(High-Tide Bush)
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Iva frutescensVase-shaped shrub (3-10′). Succulent, pubescent gray-green leaves are opposite on the stem. White flowers in late summer. An attractive,low-maintenance shrub for moist to wet, saline soils.FACW+Full SunCoastal sites, wet meadows, salt tolerant18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Juniperus communis
(Common Juniper)
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Juniperus communisEvergreen, medium sized shrub, (up to 5-8′) of dry open places. Tolerates wide range of soil conditions.FACFull SunMeadows and other open areas18"-24"$15.00$14.50
Kalmia angustifolia
(Sheep Laurel)
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Small evergreen shrub growing to 3'. Found on stream banks, edges of swamps and bogs, typical sites flood in spring and are drier during summer. Pink showy flowers in June or July. FACPartial ShadeShore Edges, Open Meadows, Forested Areas, Upland Areas18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$15.00
$16.00
$17.00
$14.50
$15.50
$16.50
Lindera benzoin
(Common Spicebush)
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Lindera benzoinMedium shrub found in seasonal wetlands and moist woods. Red fruit important food source for many birds. The primary food of larval Spicebush Swallowtail butterflies. Fall foliage.FACW-Full Sun to Full ShadeShores, open areas18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Lyonia ligustrina
(Maleberry)
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A small maleberry in a one gallon pot. The leaves are beginning to show fall color, turning yellow and salmon pink.A dense shrub (3-6′) that spreads by heavily branching rhizomes. Similar in appearance to Blueberry but produces a dry capsule instead of a berry.FACWFull Sun to Partial ShadeShore, wet meadows, forested
wetlands
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
Morella pensylvanica
or
Myrica pensylvanica
(Bayberry)
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Morella (Myrica) pensylvanicaA medium-sized (to 10′) shrub with persistent leaves through the winter. Waxy berries provide food (most importantly in winter) to many songbirds. Fixes nitrogen.FACFull SunDrier sites, Tolerates salt.18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Myrica gale
(Sweetgale)
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Myrica galeLow-growing, (2-4″) bushy shrub. Blue-green to dark green foliage has a pleasant fragrance. Nitrogen fixer. Often found in bogs and acidic
wetlands.
OBLFull Sun to Full ShadeShores, open areas18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$11.50
$12.50
$13.50
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
Photinia melanocarpa
(Aronia melanocarpa)

(Black Chokeberry)
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Aronia-melanocarpa-seedlingA very adaptable shrub (to 10′) with white or pinkish flowers in the spring. Berries are eaten by many species of birds.FACFull Sun to Part ShadeShores, Dry Sites18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Aronia prunifolia (Purple Chokeberry) A deciduous shrub known for its dark purple to black berries and white spring flowers. It typically grows 3 to 6 feet tall, with glossy green leaves that turn shades of red and orange in the fall, making it a versatile ornamental plant.FACWFull Sun to Part ShadeWetlands, swamps, woodland edges, open meadows18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Photinia pyrifolia
(Aronia arbutifolia)

Red Chokeberry
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Photo of many young red chokeberry in the fall. The foliage is turning, first a deep purple, then a bright red. A medium-sized shrub (6-10′) with small white to pinkish flowers in the spring. Persistent red berries are eaten by wildlife in winter. Very soil adaptable.FACWFull SunShores, Wet Meadows and Forests18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Prunus depressa
(Sand Cherry)
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Close-up of small white sand cherry flower. Five white petals that do not touch. Many long, white stamen with yellow heads from the center. This low-growing, mat-forming shrub native to northeastern rivers is effective in stabilizing sandy and gravelly soils along watercourses and sand dunes. It is an excellent species for soil bioengineering projects.UPLFull SunDunes, Beaches, Outwash Plains, Forested Wetlands, Dry Sites12"-18"
18"-24"
2'-3'
$12.00
$13.00
$14.00
$11.50
$12.50
$13.50
Prunus maritima
(Beach Plum)
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Cluster of beach plum flowers. The flowers are small and white with five petals each. They are clustered so thickly that it is difficult to see the wood of the plant.A thicket-forming shrub of sandy costal sites, its fruit is highly valuable as a wildlife food source. UPLFull SunDry Sites, Salt Tolerant18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Rhododendron canadense
(Rhodora)
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Rhodora flower. Hot pink. It's difficult to tell which petals belong to which flower.An adaptable shrub commonly found in forested and wet areas. Showy, pink flowers in late spring. Attracts pollinators and the bog elfin butterfly. FACWShade TolerantShore edges, wet meadows, forested areas18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$15.00
$16.00
$17.00
$14.50
$15.50
$16.50
Rhododendron periclymenoides
(Pink Azalea)
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Pink Azalea flowers. The flowers are light pink and clustered together, slightly lily-like in shape. Dark pink stamens extend from the center and turn upwards. 3-6', deciduous shrub with nice pink flowers in April/May. FACFull Sun to Partial ShadePartially shaded woods, wetland edges18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$15.00
$16.00
$17.00
$14.50
$15.50
$16.50
Rhododendron viscosum
(Swamp Azalea)
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Young Swamp Azalea plants. Long stalks covered in dense foliage stick straight up. Deciduous medium-sized shrub with attractive form and foliage. Attractive and aromatic flowers after leaves emerge. OBLPartial to Full Shade, Prefers Partial ShadeForested wetlands and Swamp edges
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$12.00
$13.00
$14.00
$11.50
$12.50
$13.50
Rhus aromatica
(Fragrant Sumac)
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Fragrant sumac seedlings. small, palmate leaves of three, lobed, light green or pinkish red. Could easily be mistaken for poison ivy.A small shrub (2-6') with aromatic leaves and twigs, is often found on rocky outcrops and has a tendency to form colonial thickets. The fruit is an important winter food source for birds and small mammals. UPLFull Sun to Part ShadeWet Meadows, Dry Sites18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Rhus copallinum
(Winged Sumac)
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Winged sumac fruit and leaves. fruit is a cluster of dull red, slightly fuzzy roundish berries. The leaf is pinnately lobed, with some leaf flesh surrounding the stem. Leaves are dark green, have smooth edges.A medium-sized (10') shrub, with compound leaves reaching two feet. The fruit serves as a food supply for wildlife during the winter.UPLFull Sun Dry Sites18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Rhus typhina
(Staghorn Sumac)
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Closeup photo of harvested staghorn sumac seeds/fruit. the seeds are fluffy and covered in a bright purplish pink flesh. A fast-growing large shrub (15') that spreads by root suckering. Birds feed on the red fruit. Excellent fall foliage. UPLFull SunDry Sites18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$111.75
Rosa carolina
(Carolina Rose)
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Carolina rose foliage. The leaves are pinnately compound in groups of odd numbers. They are finely serrate, light green, and ovate to lance shaped. The woody part of the plant is pink and yellow. A small round red rose hip/fruit is visible in the bottom right corner. 1-3' tall, pink flowers in May. Habitat is thickets, roadsides, shrub and brushlands, grasslands, fields and meadows. Grows in well-drained soils.FACUFull SunWet Meadows, Dry Sites18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Rosa palustris
(Swamp Rose)
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Swamp rose flower, bright pink round flower with a yellow center. A bee is collecting nectar.A native rose with attractive pink flowers. The rose hips provide food for many bird species. This medium sized shrub (5-7') also provides cover and nesting habit for many birds.OBLFull Sun to Full ShadeShore edges and shallow water, wet meadows and forested wetlands18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Rosa virginiana
(Virginia Rose)
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Virginia rose seedling. New leaves, pinnately compound in groups of three to five, doubly toothed, mainly oval in shape.Fast growing smaller shrub (up to 6'), with upright stems. Pink flowers bloom in June. Prefers well drained soil and is salt tolerant.FACFull SunWet Meadows, Dry Sites, Salt Tolerant18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Salix bebbiana
(Bebb's Willow)
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Medium sized Bebb Willow plants in mid october. The foliage is dense and it is difficult to distinguish one plant from another. Some of the foliage has started to turn yellow.Large multi-stemmed shrub (10-25'). Produces shallow and dense roots good for soil stabilization. Grows in a variety of soils, but is not drought tolerant. FACWFull Sun to Part ShadeShore edges, Wet MeadowsTubelings
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$3.00
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
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$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Salix discolor
(Pussy Willow)
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Young salix discolor shrubs. Whorled leaves, elliptical to linear, with entire edges. The bark in this photo appears yellow. Medium-large native shrub found in swamps and along streams. Good soil erosion control plant. FACWFull Sun to Part ShadeShore edges, wet meadows, forested wetlandsTubelings
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$3.00
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
________
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Salix exigua (interior)
(Sand Bar Willow)
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Sand Bar Willow in mid october. The leaves are long and linear, with smooth edges, and most of the foliage is a brilliant bright yellow. The bark is dark brown. Smaller shrub (7'), excellent for streambank restoration and erosion control for sandy or gravelly sites.OBLFull Sun to Part ShadeShallow Water, Shore Edges, Wet MeadowsTubelings
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$3.00
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
________
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Salix sericea
(Silky Willow)
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Some silky willow in mid october. leaves are long, lance shaped, whorled, and finely serrate on the edges. The shrubs are young, and the woody material is still light green and pink. Some yellow color is showing, but the color change is not flashy. Large shrub of streambanks and bogs, with long, thin, purplish twigs. OBLFull Sun to Part ShadeShore edges, Wet MeadowsTubelings
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$3.00
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
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$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Sambucus canadensis
(Common Elderberry)
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Elderberry fruit. The fruit is in a cluster, branching out in fives. Light plum purple in color, almost resembling a bunch of grapes. Medium-height shrub (6-8'), fast growing, spreads by root sprouts. Found growing in wet meadows and marshes. White umbel flowers in summer form black fruit in fall. Valued as food for many bird species. FACW-Full SunShore edges, Wet Meadows, Dry Sites18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Spiraea latifolia
(Meadowsweet)
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Meadowsweet flower. Whorled, coarsely serrate leaves on a dark branch. At the tip a cluster of small, fluffy white flowers. Low shrub (2-4'), grows in moist fields and uplands. White to pinkish flowers are attractive in summer. Root suckers. FAC+Full SunMoist fields, Upland Areas18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Spiraea tomentosa
(Steeplebush)
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Steeplebush flower. Thick, whorled leaves with coarsely serrate, fuzzy edges. The compound flower is bright pink at the base and fades to white at the top, spiraling out to the right as it goes. A small shrub common to wet fields and pastures. Attractive pink terminal inflorescence. Root suckers.FACWFull SunShore edges, Wet fields18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Vaccinium angustifolium
(Lowbush Blueberry)
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Small lowbush blueberry plant in a one gallon pot. Leaves are small, alternate, entire, and elliptical. The leaves are starting to turn color from light green to an orangish pink.Small shrub up to 2.5'. Berries valued as wildlife food source. Good fall color. Prefers well drained soil with lower pH. FACU-Full Sun to Part ShadeDry Sites6''-12''
18"-24"
$10.50
$11.00
$10.00
$10.50
Vaccinium corymbosum
(Highbush Blueberry)
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Small highbush blueberry seedling. Small, slightly fuzzy, alternate ovate leaves. The leaves have a lot of variation in their color, including yellow, pink, light orange, and blue green. It makes for a striking plant. Medium sized (12'') shrub with aromatic white flowers in spring. Berries highly valued as wildlife food source. Brilliant red fall color. Prefers acidic soil. FACWFull Sun to Part ShadeShore edges, Wet Fields, Forested Wetlands18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Viburnum acerfolium
(Maple Leaf Viburnum)
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Maple leaf viburnum. The leaves, resembling maple leaves, are bright pink. The fruit in small clusters is smooth, fleshy, round, black. Medium sized (4-6') upright shrub. Small white flowers give way to showy blue fruit in fall. Leaf shaped like Red Maple with similar fall color. Grows in dry to moist shade. Often found in dense clums.UPLPart to Full ShadeDry Areas, Shaded Areas18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$15.00
$16.00
$17.00
$14.50
$15.50
$16.50
Viburnum dentatum
(Nothern Arrowwood)
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Northern arrowwood plant. The leaves are large, opposite, rather sparse, and with very defined coarsely serrate edges. Clusters of dark, dull blue fruits are also visible. A medium shrub (6-12') found in swamps and forested wetlands. White flowers produce dark blue berries. Excellent landscape value.FACWFull Sun to Full ShadeShore edges, Wet meadows, Forested wetlands18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$9.50
$10.50
$11.50
Viburnum lentago
(Nannyberry)
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Nannyberry shrubs in an open hoop house. The large, entire opposite leaves are beginning to turn a brownish-red. A tall shrub with arching branches. This shrub forms clumps. White flowers bloom in late spring. Black berries form in late summer/early fall. Good fall color. FACFull Sun to Full ShadeForested areas
18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Viburnum nudum
(Withe-rod/Wild Raisin)
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Clusters of viburnum nudum fruit. the fruits are ovoid, pink, smooth, and matte. foliage is oval to elliptical entire leaves, and fairly dense. Some of the fruits are past maturity, and have turned a dark blue and shriveled, resembling a raisin. A medium to tall shrub (6-10') found in swamps and forested wetlands. White flowers produce dark blue berries. Excellent landscape value.FACWFull Sun to Part ShadeShore Edges, Wet Fields, Forests18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
Viburnum trilobum
(American Cranberrybush)
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One small american cranberrybush  seedling in a tray. the leaves are palmately lobed, opposite, and smoothly serrate.Medium to large size shrub (15') with maple-shaped leaves and white umbel flowers in late spring. Red berries in fall and winter. Important food for birds. FACWFull Sun to Part ShadeMoist Woods, Bogs, Shore Edges18"-24"
2'-3'
3'-4'
$10.50
$11.50
$12.50
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00