Trees and Shrubs

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  • Apple Trees

    $94.25
    Grow your own apples at home! It will take a few years for the trees to be in production.
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  • Apple Trees

    $45.95
    When you purchase an Apple Tree, you’re making a wonderful investment! Apple Trees are one of the most widely cultivated fruit trees in the world, since they’re easy, fun, and cost effective. Imagine having bushels of sweet, flavourful apples that you can use for baking, canning, or eating right off the tree.
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  • Buxus Green Velvet

    $23.25
    A beautiful broadleaf evergreen best suited for full sun to part shade. Plants will grow well in a variety of part shade situations, including open sun-dappled conditions or light shade with several hours of morning sun or early afternoon sun. Plants can grow in close to full shade, but typically are less vigorous and more open with decreased foliage density. Can reach 3-4 feet in height and width.
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  • Calluna (Heather)

    Native to Scotland. These ground cover plants flower August to October.For best results, plant in acidic soil and prune back in late April.
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  • Canadice Red Seedless Grape

    $14.95
    The grape that does it all! From snacks and salads to jelly, juice, and wine. This early ripening grape is known to bear great crops even after hard winters. Sweet, great grape flavour with a unique hint of spiciness. Easy-to-grow, with compact grape clusters 6-8 inches long. Bears medium-size, firm, red grapes that keep well on the vine. Seedless. Ripens in mid-August, and can be picked through September. Self-pollinating.
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  • Cherry Tree

    $49.95
    Cherry trees are a sight to behold in the spring, when they’re covered in white or pink blossoms. After that, they produce the delicious cherries most people know and love!
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  • Clematis

    Clematis is a climbing perennial with beautiful flowers.
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  • Currants

    $24.25
    Currants are members of the Ribes family of flowering shrubs. These small berries are delicious when eaten fresh. They vary in color from deep dark purple to brilliant ruby red to an almost translucent white. All varieties have a bright acid kick to balance out their sweetness, and a fair amount of tannins that can make your mouth pucker. Use them fresh in fruit salads, particularly berry mixes, or to garnish desserts with their pretty color.
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  • Elderberry- Black Lace

    $37.95
    Black Lace® elderberry is a perfectly stylish addition to your landscape! Intense purple black foliage is finely cut like lace, giving it an effect similar to that of Japanese maple. Indeed, some designers are using it in place of more sensitive plants since Black Lace is extremely durable and adaptable. Pink flowers in early summer contrast with the dark leaves for a stunning effect and give way to black berries if a compatible pollinator is planted nearby. The optimum amount of sun or shade each plant needs to thrive: Full Sun (6+ hours), Part Sun (4-6 hours), Full Shade (up to 4 hours).
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  • Euonymus

    $19.75$33.95
    Eunonymus are colourful plants that provide excellent contrast colour for your garden. They retain their evergreen foliage year round. Some will also climb if trained against a wall.
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  • Fern- Dryopteris Marginalis

    $14.95
    Marginal Wood Fern thrives on dry rocky sites and seems nearly impervious to drought. The thick, leathery leaves stay green over winter, providing year round interest. Dryopteris marginalis prefers neutral to acid soils in full to light shade, and also grows in well-drained acid clay and in full sun. Excellent for stabilizing dry shaded slopes!
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  • Forsythia

    $24.95$37.95
    They are known for their long branches that fill with brilliant yellow blooms early in the spring. Forsythia flowers precede their leaves, which means you get a good look at the blooms with no foliage to block your view. These low-maintenance, fast-growing shrubs feature an upright, arching form. Bees and butterflies love them, and they provide a cheerful backdrop, border, or centrepiece for any yard. Some smaller forsythia varieties only stand a couple feet tall with a slightly wider spread while many of the larger varieties can reach around 10 feet in height and spread.
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Spruce up your garden with beautiful trees and shrubs! We also have a variety of fruit trees as well.