Deciduous Trees & Shrubs - Nursery Catalog

  • Catalog item image


    Shepherdia argentea

    Buffaloberry(Shepherdia argetea) ia a thorny deciduous shrub. Silver buffaloberry has silvery leaves, white stems, and as it gets older, red berries in a wall of thorns. It likes full sun, moderate wa...

  • Catalog item image


    Juglans cinera

    The butternut tree is usually from 30 to 50 feet in height and when old has a thick, rough, brownish gray, furrowed hark. The twigs, deaf stems, and leaflets, especially in the early stages of growth,...

  • Catalog item image


    Caragana arborescens

    One of the toughest upright growing shrubs. Bright yellow pea-flowers in May-June. Bright green foliage. Fruits are narrow, round legume pods. Extremely hardy and drought resistant.

  • Catalog item image

    Cherry, Black

    Prunus serotina

    Prunus Serotina is native to eastern North America, Mexico and Central America. It typically occurs in both lowland and upland woods and along streams. It is one of the largest of the cherries, typica...

  • Catalog item image

    Cherry, Canada Red

    Prunus virginiana 'Canada red'

    Canada Red Chokecherry can be grown as a single or multi-stemmed small tree or large shrub. The distinguishing feature of Canada Red Chokecherry is its purple foliage color. New leaves emerge green an...

  • Catalog item image

    Cherry, Nanking

    Prunus tomentosa

    Nanking Cherry is a broad, spreading shrub. It is grown primarily for its showy white flowers which cover the plant in early spring. The flowers are borne sessile along the stem. The 1/2" bright red f...

  • Catalog item image

    Cherry, Pin

    Prunus pennsylvanica

    Pin Cherry is a large shrub or small tree, that should be grown in the sun. The white flowers are about 1/2 inch in diameter. The fall foliage color is a combination of yellow and red. The fruits turn...

  • Catalog item image

    Cherry, Sand

    Prunus besseyi

    Sandcherry is a low, suckering shrub which produces a profusion of white flowers in the spring. These are followed by purple to black, edible fruits. The leaves are silvery green. Western Sand Cherry...

  • Catalog item image

    Chokeberry, Black

    Aronia melanocarpa

    Black chokeberry is an open, upright, spreading, somewhat rounded but leggy, deciduous shrub which typically grows 3-6' (infrequently to 9') tall. Features clusters of 5-petaled, white flowers in spri...

  • Catalog item image

    Chokecherry, Common

    Prunus virginiana

    Chokecherry is a small suckering hardy tree or large shrub. Distinguished from the Pin Cherry by the leaves. The Chokecherry has broader, egg-shaped leaves and dense, elongated, terminal white flower...