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BARE ROOT And POTTED NURSERY STOCK WHOLESALE CATALOG

Our Roots Grow Back to 1895

HARDY NORTHERN & NORTHWEST PLANTS

Fruit & Flowering Trees...Small Fruits & Berries Flowering Shrubs, Roses, Vines & Shade Trees

NOW...#7 CONTAINER FRUIT TREES

BAREROOT or CONTAINERIZED

Bare Root Plants ­ Our bare root plants are selected heavy grade, fresh from cold storage. We hand pack each order & include picture tags (as available). We ship any size order! Containerized Plants ­ Our unique processed ball container starts with hand graded stock. It's then securely root balled in a biodegradable cotton sock and potted using a 100% organic mix of bark, peat, sand and plant food. A weather proof full color picture tag with planting instructions and a separate variety strip tag with upc code are on each plant. Plants are "Top Tied" to prevent damage during shipment. (Please

remove for display purposes in your sales yard).

Minimum quantities may apply.

Weeping Flowering Peach - Pg 12

SPRING 2012

See Page 11 for Terms & Conditions

RETAILERS:

Small Fruits, Berries & Vegetable Roots: Pgs. 7&8

Call or email for Wholesale Pricing

Potted Plants Are Individually "Top Tied" To Prevent Shipping Damage

ALL ARE HEAVY GRADE PLANTS COME WITH PICTURE TAGS AT NO CHARGE PICTURE & VARIETY TAGS ON EACH PLANT

Unique Rainbow Plant Specials:

Pg. 18

Special Listing: Bare Root Roses: Pg 13

KELLY WHOLESALE NURSERIES, INC.

The Fruit Tree & Bare Root Specialists

P.O. Box 66 Phelps, New York 14532

Phone 315-548-2151 Fax 315-548-8004 Phone 877-268-2151

2012 V1.0

UNIQUE PROCESSED BALL IN POT QUICK INDEX Roses & Perennials .................. 13 Flowering Shrubs ................ 14 ­ 17 Trees ............................... 9, 10, 12 Fruit Trees ............................ 4 ­ 6 Small Fruits ............................... 7 Flowering Vines ......................... 8

e-mail: [email protected] Web: http://www.kellywsn.com ALSO AVAILABLE - PACKAGED PLANTS

A full line of colorful, self-selling packaged plants are also available. A separate catalog is available on request.

NEW!

New Unique Fruit Trees

Known for quality fruit trees since 1895, Kelly Now offers these rare, new dwarf fruit selections

"MIGHTY MIDGETS"

Rare New Dwarf Espalier Fruit Trees ­ EXCLUSIVE OFFER

Now, Enjoy Delicious Full-Size Fruit from Small Size Trees

PICK EYE-LEVEL FRUIT ­ Now, Kelly offers Dwarf Espalier Apple Trees specially grown and trained for customer satisfaction. They are excellent for "Eye-Level" fruit for small areas ... an attractive landscape addition! They are easy to set up and grow against garage, wall or fence. CHOOSE FROM TOP VARIETIES

Yellow Delicious ­ Firm juicy, crisp. Keeps well, bears young and heavily. All time favorite yellow apple. Gala ­ Firm, juicy, crisp. Keeps well, bears young and heavily. Golden yellow skin with scarlet stripes. Red Delicious ­ Dark red in color, a large, crisp eating and cooking apple. Holds well on the tree. Red McIntosh ­ The all-time favorite eating apple which is also good for pies and sauces. Bright red color. Combination Apple ­ 6 varieties* on a single tree! No need for second tree to pollinate. An ,,orchard in the space of 1 tree. Combination Pear­ 6 varieties* on a single tree! No need for second tree to pollinate. An ,,orchard in the space of 1 tree. *Varieties may vary but will be individually tagged on tree.

Picture Shows "3-Tier" Espalier Planting In cool areas plant against a south wall or fence. In hot summer areas give them an eastern exposure to protect the fruit. These trees require pollination like other apple trees. At least 2 different varieties are required for pollination. "3-Tier" plants are approximately 5-6 ft. tall. Complete and easy growing information is included with plants. Supply Limited ­ Order 2 varieties; or any apple tree in area will provide pollination. DWARF ESPALIER FRUIT TREES

Apples 0041 ­ Gala 0043 ­ Red McIntosh Apple 3-Tier Plants, 5-6 ft., #7 Pot 0046 - Combination apple* 0140 - Combination pear* 3-Tier Plants, 5-6 ft., #7 Pot 0042 ­ Red Delicious Apple 0044 ­ Yellow Delicious Apple Bare Root PB/Pot

ESPALIERING MADE EASY "Espaliering" is the training of a plant into a definite growth pattern. It is fun and easy to maintain for the home gardener.

NEW - RARE, FRUIT INTRODUCTION ...

"Mighty Midget" Dwarf SWEET CHERRY TREES

DARK RED BING-LIKE CHERRIES

NEW - RARE, FRUIT INTRODUCTION ...

Columnar "Mighty Midget" APPLE TREES Attractive Columnar Fruit Trees For Small Space

Here is the most unusual apple tree you have ever seen. A true columnar with no branches. Flowers and full-size fruit grow from spurs on trunk. Perfect for patios, decks or other small areas. Grow only 6-8 tall and 2 wide. Covers itself with lovely cream white flowers in June and July. Fruits in Sept. CHOOSE RED OR YELLOW VARIETIES Northpole Red has McIntosh-type fruit, crisp, juicy sweet fruit with superb flavor. Golden Sentinel is a firm, yellow eating apple with Golden Delicious flavor. These sturdy, compact trees are Sub-Zero hardy, require little care, pollinate each other or with any other apple. Plant 2-3 apart in sunny site. Ideal for container growing. #5 Pot Bare Root PB/Pot 5006 - Northpole 2-3 .. 5008 - Golden Sentinel 2-3

Beautiful Flowering Fruit Tree For Small Space ... Or Potted for Patio Plant!

"Mighty Midget" comes from the experi -mental stations of Canada and is winter hardy. SELF-FRUITFUL. This new variety has proven to be the best sweet cherry available. Its a heavy producer of rich flavored dark purplered fruit... larger than Bing variety. Crack resistant and ripens in mid to late July. GROWS ONLY 7-9 Ft. Tall This is a true GM-61 Dwarf that grows only 7-9 with proper pruning. Excellent for small space or for container growing. Covers itself with lovely cherry blossoms in the spring. Does well in any soil, plant 8 apart. Rootstock from Belgium. #5 Pot Bare Root PB/Pot 5007 ­ 3-5 ft.,

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Quick Crop

New Dwarf 4-ON-1 Fruit Trees

Now you can offer your customers an amazing NF Everbearing orchard...on just 3 dwarf trees

SELF POLLINATING

Kelly's Dwarf Apple Trees...Dwarf Pear Trees...Dwarf Cherry Trees

Customers Can Grow Full-Size Fruit on Their Patio, Deck, Porch Or In Ground

Gorgeous Blossoms Every Spring Deep Green Foliage ...all Summer Long Luscious Fruit Summer to Frost Decorative Fruitful and Fun To Grow

WHY YOU SHOULD OFFER YOUR CUSTOMER DWARF MULTI-BUDDED FRUIT TREES

Multi-budded fruit trees are a great way to get more for less. Higher profit margins for you and more fruit from less space for your customers. Shrinking back yards and increasing water costs are faced by your customers. They can see the value in multi-budded fruit trees. Kelly's is proud to offer them in cold-hardy selections of Dwarf Apples, Dwarf Pears and Semi-Dwarf Cherries.

Kelly's DWARF Everbearing 4-N-1 APPLE TREE

Clouds of pink & white fragrant blooms at "Apple Blossom Time"- Brilliant red & yellow fruit in the fall! Attractive deep green foliage all summer. On 1 Tree there are varieties best for eating, baking, cooking and sauces! Dwarf Trees ­ just the right size for picking. Actually will pay for themselves with the first bushel or two picked. 0019 ­ Dwarf 4-N-1 Apple Tree ­ Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 11/16-3/4" ....... #7 Pot Varieties used: Braeburn, Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Red McIntosh, Yellow Delicious, Cortland, Liberty, Spartan Varieties may vary but will be individually tagged on tree.

KELLY IS PROUD TO OFFER ITS FRUIT TREE CUSTOMERS SOME OF THE WORLD'S MOST UNUSUAL FRUIT TREES

You'll find on this and the opposite page a rare and unique collection of fruit trees. Plant scientists and life-long nurserymen have combined to produce these rare trees not generally available to the gardening public. Now, Kelly brings them to you & your customers in one h-u-g-e collection. Here They are...Dwarfs...Espalier...4-N-1's... Columnars!

Kelly's DWARF Everbearing 4-N-1 PEAR TREE

Covered With Blossoms In Spring ­ Pears in the Fall. Lovely, small ornamentals that bear luscious fruit. Pick FOUR different kinds of pears from one amazing self-pollinating "Tree Orchard". Actually pay for themselves with the first few baskets picked. Pears for eating, sauces, cooking & baking. 0112 ­ Dwarf 4-N1 Pear Tree ­ Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 11/16-3/4" ..............#7 Pot Varieties used: Bartlett, Bosc, D'Anjou, Red Bartlet, Seckel, Flemish Beauty. Varieties may vary but will be individually tagged on tree.

SPECIAL NOTICE

Plants labeled with I in this catalog are not available for sale in some States. These are the current plants listed as "invasive" by the authorities. Please consult your State's regulatory authority for an updated list.

Kelly's Semi-Dwarf Everbearing 4-N-1

PICK FULL SIZE FRUIT FROM DWARF TREES

CHERRY TREE

In Spring...a fairyland of color with clouds of cherry blossoms followed by baskets of rich, juicy, sugar-sweet cherries. Plant them anywhere for delightful ornamental effects. Pick cherries for eating, baking, sauces & cooking. 1215 ­ Semi-Dwarf 4-N-1 Cherry Tree ­ Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 11/16-3/4" ...........#7 Pot Varieties used: Bing, Black Tart, Lapins, Stella, Van, Montmorency Varieties may vary but will be individually tagged on tree.

NATIVE PLANTS

Plants marked with N are native species according to the USDA. Many consumers are now looking for native species when planning their landscaping projects.

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A RICH HORTICULTURAL HERITAGE

Since 1895, the rich, fertile soil of the Genesee Valley in Western New York (known as Ontario Loam) has produced the strong, hardy fruit trees we are known for. They have supplied generations of home gardeners, landscapers and garden centers with quality nursery stock. And, the tradition continues...we still supply the best of "northern-grown" fruit trees, nut trees, small fruits & berries, etc. Hardy, vigorous nursery-fresh plants for spring and summer planting. Our large climate controlled cold storage area and our packing and shipping facilities allow us to be an industry leader well into the future.

Garden Centers Praise Our Quality

Our quality nursery stock has long been a favorite of the Independent trade. Their "customer satisfaction" with these quality plants has been proven over the years.

Full-Color Picture Tags

Every bare root or container order will include, at no extra cost, all-weather, full-color 3 x 5 inch picture tags for each plant, unless noted. They show the beauty of the plants in the landscape. Potted stock has tags already attached. Check catalog pages for availability on small fruits, vegs & perennials.

Fruit Variety Guide

APPLES ­ Require pollination

Ripening date in W.N.Y., Ex: MC INTOSH(9/25)

GALA(9/1)-Golden Yellow skin with scarlet stripes. Yellowish white flesh is firm, aromatic. Semi-sweet & fine textured. Tolerates hot summer areas. MC INTOSH(9/25)-Roger's Red Strain. Solid bright red color, a favorite for many years. HONEY CRISP(9/25)-Vigorous, very hardy, slightly spreading tree produces sweetly tart, juicy crisp fruit ­ Sept thru Oct. Stores well. CORTLAND(10/1)-Very heavy annual bearer, produces large, firm, red striped apples with very white flesh. Favorite dual-purpose apple. MACOUN(10/1)-Considered the highest quality dessert apple grown in the Northeast. Dark red with firm white flesh. FUJI(10/2)-Reddish green fruit with flavorful, crunchy, juicy white flesh. Excellent storage life. WOLF RIVER(10/1)-Old Reliable Variety. Hardy productive tree bearing large fruit (one pound or more). Baking, sauce or drying. Mid Sept ­ Early Oct. STAYMAN WINESAP(10/5)-Medium to large red apples with firm, juicy flesh of sprightly flavor. Very long storage life. HARALSON10/5)-Very hardy apple from the MN Experiment Station. Bright red medium size fruit. Firm & tart, great for eating & baking. Good storage life when refrigerated. Disease resistant. LIBERTY(10/7)-Disease resistant apple from the N.Y. Experiment Station. Almost completely immune to Apple Scab. One of our top sellers when introduced for retail sales in 1981. Very hardy, good dessert apple. EMPIRE(10/10)-Top quality eating apple; one of the best tasting McIntosh types available. Keeps exceptionally well when refrigerated. Hardy, productive trees. DBL. RED DELICIOUS(10/12)-Very dark Red Delicious strain. America's most popular apple; one of the best available. Still

Please Order Early

Whether you order Bare Root or PB/Pot plants...make sure you order early so we may best fill your order before varieties sell out.

APRICOTS-Self fruitful

MOORPARK-Orange-yellow speckled fruits are very large, sweet, juicy and full of flavor. Top commercial variety for years. Ripens mid-August.

PEACHES-Self fruitful

(Listed in order of ripening) RELIANCE-Medium sized, yellow fleshed peach ripens mid-August. Flesh is soft and juicy and flavor is good; freestone. Hardiest of all peaches. REDHAVEN-The most widely grown peach in N.Y. ripens mid-August. Flesh is firm, very juicy, very sweet and freestone. Trees are very productive and almost as hardy as Reliance. GOLDEN JUBILEE-High quality, early peach. Ripens with Redhaven. Large fruit. Attractive yellow skin with red cheek; freestone. Good quality, hardy tree. HALEHAVEN-Old favorite with large, oval fruit, dark red skin. Firm, freestone peach of excellent flavor; one of the best for canning and freezing; ripens late August. Disease resistant. ELBERTA-World's favorite peach. Hardy, disease resistant trees, large, golden yellow, freestone peaches with tender, juicy flesh. Ripens late September.

NECTARINES-Self fruitful

FANTASIA-Large, egg-shaped fruit. Excellent quality, smooth flesh. Ripens around Labor Day in the east. HARDY RED-Mild, slightly tangy juicy freestone fruit. Resists brown rot and leaf spot. Ripens mid to late August. The hardiest nectarine. RED GOLD-Spherical shaped, high quality yellow fleshed fruit in mid August. Most widely planted nectarine in the U.S.A

JONAGOLD(10/15)-Excellent all-purpose apple having the highest dessert quality. Fruit has attractive red blush over a yellow base. Stores until spring at 31° F. BRAEBURN(10/20)-Heavy crops of aromatic, green oval fruit with deep red stripes. Mildly sweet, firm crisp and juicy with excellent flavor. Good storage life. IDARED(10/23)-Best new dual-purpose apple. This bright red keeper is great for salads, desserts, processing and in-hand eating. Very juicy fruit hardy trees. YELLOW DELICIOUS(10/23)-All time favorite yellow apple. Firm, crisp, very juicy flesh. Keeps very well. Trees bear young and heavily. NORTHERN SPY(10/25)- Old favorite apple still in demand. eating apple. Tops for baking or applesauce. Good

CHERRIES-Require pollination, except as noted

(Listed in order of ripening) BLACK TARTARIAN-Very large, black, sweet cherries are tender, juicy and very flavorful. Productive, vigorous trees bear heavily each year. Ripens mid-June. ROYAL ANN (Napoleon)-Beautiful, large, pale yellow cherries with bright red cheeks; firm, juicy, tasty flesh is very sweet. Ripens shortly after Black Tartarian, bears large crops. LAPINS-Dark red-black sweet cherries with firm, flavorful flesh. Ripens in late June. Self-pollinating. BING-New Hardy Sweet Cherry. Almost black, freestone, very flavorful. Highly productive-seldom affected by winter temperatures or spring frosts. Does not crack.

CRISPIN(10/27)-Formerly Mutsu. High quality, dual-purpose apple. Large, yellow fruit has excellent storage life. GRANNY SMITH(11/07)-Green with firm, crisp flesh. Long storage life.

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STELLA-The first self-pollinating sweet cherry! Unlike other sweet cherries. Stella needs no pollinator in order to set a good crop of fruit. One of the top selling trees in retail markets because a homeowner only needs one to have high quality sweet cherries. Very productive trees and is a good pollinizer for other sweet cherries. Ripens mid-July. Very sweet black cherries. VAN ­ Resembles Bing with smaller fruit. Very Cold Hardy. Pollinator required. One of the best pollinators for other sweet cherries. MONTMORENCY- King of all pie cherries. Millions of tons are harvested annually. Vigorous, productive trees bear in late July. Selfpollinating. NORTH STAR-Genetic Dwarf pie cherry. Self-pollinating with bright red, juicy flesh. North Star is very hardy, disease resistant and the perfect cherry tree for a homeowner with limited space. Ripens late July. Grows 6'-7'

FRUIT AND NUT TREES

(Order in multiples of 5)

Now Available....#7 Pot - 7/8" and up caliper

UNIQUE FRUITS ­ Something Different!

See Description on page 2. Semi Dwarf: Espalier Apple & Pear Trees Dwarf: Sweet Cherry Tree & Columnar Apple Tree Semi Dwarf: 4 N 1 Combo Apples, Pears & Cherries

Semi Dwarf Apple ­ Zone 4

All dwarf apples are semi-dwarf budded on Malling VII and MM 106 root stocks. (Grows 10' ­ 15') Bare PB/Pot Root 7/8-1", each.................#7 Pot 11/16-3/4", each...........#5 Pot 0026 ­ Braeburn 0028 ­ Wolf River 0000 ­ Cortland 0008 ­ Macoun 0001 ­ Crispin 0009 ­ McIntosh 0002 ­ Empire 0010 ­ Northern Spy 0027 ­ Gala 0011 ­ Dbl. Red Delicious 0003 ­ Granny Smith 0013 ­ Yellow Delicious 0004 ­ Idared 0012 ­ Staymans Winesap 0025 ­ Fuji 0005 ­ Jonagold

PLUMS-Require pollination. European & Oriental types do not cross pollinate.

(Listed in order of ripening) SHIRO-Very early, yellow, Oriental plum. Medium sized, juicy, flavorful fruit suitable for cooking, canning, fresh eating. Ripens late July. SANTA ROSA-The best Oriental plum. Large, purplish-red, very sweet juicy fruit. Vigorous, productive trees. Ripens early August. Freestone. SUPERIOR-The biggest, most flavorful Oriental plum. Fruit is bright red, very juicy. Fast growing, super hardy, productive trees ripen early August. BURBANK-Large Oriental plums are meaty and firm. Hardy, prolific trees are low growing and spreading of habit, making the fruit easy to reach. Ripens mid-August. ABUNDANCE-Purple-red Oriental plum with tender, sweet yellow flesh of excellent quality. A good pollinator. Ripens early-mid August. STANLEY-The most popular of all purple European prune-plums. Great for canning, cooking, drying and very delicious and sweet fresh from the tree. Hardy, vigorous trees are self-pollinating and very productive; ripens early September. FELLENBURG (German Prune)-A popular European type for many years, the fruit is a dark purple, oval shaped, freestone and the tree is self pollinating. Ripens early September. GREEN GAGE (Reine Claude)-Very old European plum. Selfpollinating trees produce large crops of yellow-green fruit with a reddish cheek. A delicious fruit that has been popular for almost 300 years. Ripens mid-September.

Semi Dwarf Apple ­ Disease Resistant

Introductions from the New York State & Minnesota Experiment Stations. Hardy Trees, require minimal spraying. Bare PB/Pot Root 11/16" & up, each..........#5 Pot 0030 ­ Honey Crisp Z3/4 0031 ­ Haralson Z3 0017 ­ Liberty Z4/5

Dwarf Spur Columnar Apple ­ Zone 4

An upright growing spur-type apple. Available in Northpole (Red) and Golden Sentinel (Yellow). Truly a unique growing experience! See pg 2

Semi Dwarf 4­N­1 Apple ­ Zone 4

4 varieties grafted onto one root stock. 0019 11/16" & up..................#5 Pot Bare Root PB/Pot

PEARS-Require pollination (Listed in order of ripening)

MOONGLOW-Large early-ripening variety. Soft, moderately juicy yellow fruit with good flavor. Ripens in late summer. . RED BARTLETT-Large red-skinned fruit. Smooth, juicy white flesh has a hint of tartness. Stores well. Ripens late August. KIEFFER-Old Fashioned, reliable tree produces large, yellow fruit with crisp, juicy coarse flesh ­ self-pollinating ANJOU-Large fruit with buttery smooth flesh and fine texture. Excellent for fresh use. Light green fruit ripens mid-September BARTLETT-The world's favorite pear. Large, sweet pears with a yellow skin and tender melting flavor are great for eating fresh and for canning and cooking. Ripens late September and will keep until December. SECKEL-Small, yellowish-brown pear with the best flavor of all; sometimes called the "sugar pear" because it is so sweet. Very productive, self-pollinating trees are favorites of the home gardener. Disease resistant. Ripens late September. FLEMISH BTY-Hardiest of all pears. Yellow skin with red blush. Firm, white, sweet flesh. Ripens in Sept. Self Fertile, but does better with pollination. BOSC-Dark yellow with brownish russeted skin. Tender, aromatic, juicy, smooth textured white flesh, slightly acidic. Very productive and reliable large upright tree.

Semi-Dwarf Sour Pie Cherries

(Grows 10' ­ 15') 7/8-1"...........................#7 Pot 11/16-3/4".....................#5 Pot 1210 ­ Montmorency 0200 ­ North Star Bare Root PB/Pot

Dwarf Pear ­ Zone 4/5

(Grows 10' ­ 15') 7/8-1", each..................#7 Pot 11/16-3/4", each............#5 Pot 0100 ­ Bartlett 0103 ­ Red Bartlett 0106 ­ Kieffer 0104 ­ Seckel 0113 ­ Flemish Beauty 0107 ­ Anjou 0110 ­ Moonglow 0105 - Bosc Bare Root PB/Pot

Dwarf Peach ­ Zone 4/5

(Grows 10' ­ 15') Bare Root PB/Pot 7/8-1", each..................#7 Pot 11/16-3/4", each............#5 Pot 0300 ­ Elberta 0303 ­ Reliance, extra hardy 0301 ­ Golden Jubilee 0304 ­ Hale Haven 0302 ­ Redhaven

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Dwarf Peach (Genetically Dwarf ­ Extra Hardy) ­ Zone 5/6

Mandarin yields full size deliciously flavored peaches. A flowering "Shrub" fruit factory that grows in ordinary garden soil, tubs or containers. Pinkish red skin and colorful deep pink blooms. One of the hardiest of all peaches. Grows 3-5 ft. tall. Self-fruitful. Bare PB/Pot Root 11/16 & up, each............. #5 Pot 0310 ­ Peach Mandarin 0311 ­ Peach Bonfire* *Deep purple leaf ­ Fruit is insignificant & not considered edible

Pears (Standard) ­ Zone 4/5

(Grows 20' ­ 25') 11/16-3/4", each...........#5 Pot 1100 ­ Bartlett 1106 ­ Kieffer 1104 ­ Seckel 1105 ­ Beurre Bosc Bare Root PB/Pot

Semi-Dwarf Pear (Asian) ­ Zone 5/6

0109 ­ 20th Century (Nijiseiki) New low growing Asian variety. Fruit is round with tender Smooth, thin skin. Has an excellent flavor and ripens in Mid-September. Self Pollinating. Does well in Phelps NY Hardy to -25°F 0108 ­ Housi New, low growing Asian variety. Matures in Mid-Sept. Large Fruit russet orange with crisp texture. Mildly sweet and of good Quality. Does well in Phelps NY. Self-Pollinating. Bare Root PB/Pot 11/16" & up, each.......... #5 Pot

Dwarf Plum ­ Zone 4/5

(Grows 10' ­ 15') 7/8" & up, each................. #7 Pot 11/16" ­ 7/8" each............ #5 Pot 0400 ­ Burbank (O) 0404 ­ Shiro (O) 0402 ­ Superior (O) 0403 ­ Santa Rosa (O) 0405 ­ Fellenberg (E) Self-Pollinating 0401 ­ Stanley (E) Self-Pollinating 0406 ­ Green Gage (E) Self-Pollinating Bare Root PB/Pot Bare Root PB/Pot

Orange Quince

The best for culinary use. Flesh orangey and smooth. Very Productive, bears early in season with large fruit. Unique fruiting and ornamental tree. Beautiful white to pale pink flowers. Fruits are fragrant and make wonderful pies, jams and jellies. Ripens In October. Hardy to -25°F 0712 ­ Orange Fruiting 11/16 & up, each .......... #5 Pot Bare Root PB/Pot

Dwarf Apricot ­ Zone 4/5

(Grows 10' ­ 15') 11/16" & up, each............#5 Pot 0501 - Moorpark

Dwarf Nectarine ­ Zone 4/5

(Grows 10' ­ 15') 11/16" & up.................... #5 Pot 0605 ­ Fantasia (Grows 20' ­ 25') 11/16-3/4".....................#5 Pot 1016 ­ Yellow Delicious 1011 ­ Dbl. Red Delicious 0604 ­ Hardy Red

Bare Root

PB/Pot

Plums (Standard) ­ Zone 4/5

On Myrobolan Rootstock (Grows 15' ­ 20') 11/16" & up.................. #5 Pot Bare Root PB/Pot 1400 ­ Burbank (O) 1402 ­ Superior (O) 1405 ­ Fellenberg (E) 1406 ­ Green Gage (E) (German Prune) 1404 ­ Shiro (O) 1403 ­ Santa Rosa (O) 1407 ­ Abundance (O) 1401 ­ Stanley (E) Self-Pollinating

0602 ­ Red Gold Bare Root PB/Pot

Apples (Standard) ­ Zone 4

Persimmon, Oriental

3-4 ft. ...........................#3 Pot

Bare Root

PB/Pot

1009 ­ Red McIntosh Bare Root PB/Pot

Apricot (Standard) ­ Zone 4/5

(Grows 15' ­ 20') 11/16-3/4", each............ #5 Pot 1501 - Moorpark

0708 ­ Fuyu (Diospyrus kaki) Lustrous dark green leaves. Tangy, golden fruit with reddish cheeks. Ripens in early fall. Grows 20-35 ft. Drought tolerant, Zone 4 (with protection)

Fig Tree (Fiscus carica)

3-4 ft. ...........................#3 Pot

Bare Root

PB/Pot

Semi-Dwarf Sweet Cherry ­ Zone 5

(Grows 10' ­ 15') 7/8-1", each.................. #7 Pot 11/16-3/4", each............ #5 Pot 1202 ­ Black Tartarian 1207 ­ Van (black) 1212 ­ Bing (black) (Grows 15' ­ 20') 11/16-3/4", each............ #5 Pot 1605 ­ Fantasia (Grows 15' ­ 20') 11/16-3/4", each............ #5 Pot 1301 ­ Golden Jubilee 1300 ­ Elberta 1303 ­ Reliance 1302 - Redhaven 1602 ­ Red Gold Bare Root PB/Pot 1209 ­ Stella (black) self-pollinating 1213 ­ Lapins (black) self-pollinating 1216 ­ Royal Ann (yellow ­ pink) Bare Root PB/Pot Bare Root PB/Pot

0703 ­ Brown Turkey Fast growing tree bears large brownish-maroon fruit with sweet flavor. Can bear 2 crops per season. In Zones 6-9 plant outdoors. Further North plant in a patio tub and bring inside in the winter. Excellent table fruit first season.

NUT TREES

Black Walnut

0702 ­ Delicious nuts and valuable lumber. Fast growing up to 40 ft. Bears at a young age. Hardy & disease-resistant. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft. ...........................#3 Pot

Nectarines (Standard) ­ Zone 4/5

Peaches (Standard) ­ Zone 4/5

English Walnut (Carpathian)

0700 ­ Extremely hardy. Large, thin shelled nuts. Beautiful lawn tree. 30 ­ 40 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 4-5 ft. ..,.........................#3 Pot

Chestnut

0701 ­ Chinese, Rounded head, brilliant green leaves. Usually produces large nuts 2nd or 3rd year. Grows 40-50 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 4-5 ft. ...........................#3 Pot

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Almond

0706 ­ Hall's Hardy ­ Budded Budded trees for best results. Fragrant pink blossoms in early spring. Large crops, delicious almonds in late summer. Bears early (3-5 yrs). Two trees give better crop or plant near Peach. Grows 15-20 ft. tall. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft. ...........................#5 Pot

Blackberries ­ No. 1 Transplants

(Order in Multiples of 10 or 25) 2127 ­ Arapaho ....... 2 Yr. No. 1, Thorn-less, upright growing (needs no trellis). Hardy to 1020° Below Zero. Bears large crops for over a month beginning in mid July. Easy to pick! Disease Resistant. Ripens 2 weeks earlier than Navaho. 2128 ­ Navaho ............ 2 Yr. No. 1, Thorn-less, fully upright, makes a solid hedge. Bumper crops. Cold and heat tolerant. Ripens in July. Disease Resistant. 10 for 25 for #2 Pot

Pecan (Carya Illinoensis)

0705 ­ Hardy Tasty nuts from a long lived, handsome, hardy strong growing tree. In fall, large flavorful, thin shelled nuts fall free of the hulls. Grows 40-50 ft. tall. Plant 2 or more for best crops. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft. ...........................#3 Pot

SMALL FRUITS AND PERENNIAL VEGETABLES

Grapes ­ Seedless No. 1 Extra Heavy

Bare Root-10 for 2023 ­ Canadice, Red. Extra Hardy variety ....................... 2021 ­ Concord Seedless, Blue ....... 2024 ­ Glenora, Blue ...................... 2020 ­ Himrod, White ..................... 2022 ­ Interlaken, White .................. 2025 ­ Lakemont, White .................. 2026 ­ Mars, Blue ........................... 2027 ­ Reliance, Pink ..................... 2028 ­ Suffolk, Red ........................ #2 Pot

Raspberries ­ No. 1 Transplants

(Order in Multiples of 25) 25 for 100 for 2116 ­ Boyne, Red, June bearing......... Very hardy, excellent 2156 ­ Canby, Red, June bearing......... Thorn free on fruit bearing part of cane. Sweet red berries in June & July 2113 ­ Latham, Red June bearing ....... 2122 ­ Jewel, Black June bearing ........ 2121 ­ Brandywine, Purple, June ........ Bearing 2124 ­ Royalty, Purple, June bearing ... #1 Purple variety 2154 ­ Autumn Brittan, Red, Ever - ..... Bearing. Extremely cold tolerant. Ripens 3 weeks earlier than Heritage. Firm, large, sweet berries. 2111 ­ Heritage, Red Everbearing ....... 2158 ­ Caroline, Red Everbearing ....... Disease Resistant. Good Fall Crop. 2112 ­ September, Red Everbearing..... 2115 ­ Fallgold, Orange Everbearing....

#2 Pot 3 Per Pot

Grapes ­ Seeded

No. 1 Extra Heavy

#2 Pot

Bare Root-10 for 2000 ­ Catawba, Red ....................... 2001 ­ Concord, Blue-Black ............... 2004 ­ Fredonia, Black ..................... 2002 ­ Niagara, White ......................

Grapes ­ Wine

No. 1 Extra Heavy

#2 Pot

Strawberries ­ Ever Bearing No. 1

(Virus Free Plants ­ Minimum 100 ­ Order in multiples shown) 2203 ­ Tristar, Early ever bearer with excellent flavor. Sweet aromatic flavor. Gardeners' favorite, disease-resistant. Day Neutral 2204 ­ Tribute, Heavy crops of LARGE berries. Favorite ever bearer of commercial growers. Day Neutral 2200 ­ Ft. Laramie, New variety. Produces fruit on un-rooted runners. Ideal for hanging baskets. 2201 ­ Ozark Beauty, Reliable, popular old-time favorite. 2202 ­ Quinault, Large sweet berries. Excellent variety.

Bare Root-10 for 2011 ­ Aurora, White/Pink ................ 2010 ­ Baco Noir, Red ..................... 2003 ­ Delaware, Red ideal for ice wine........ 2012 ­ Dechaunac, Red ...................

Blueberries

Bare Root-10 for #2 Pot 3 Yr. 18-24" ............................ 2 Yr. 12-18" ............................ 2144 ­ Duke, Early fruit from late bloom, good flavor, good crop, hardy 2101 ­ Blue Ray, Mid-season, hardy big berries 2102 ­ Berkeley, Mid-season, very large, sweet berries 2105 ­ Bluecrop, Mid-season, medium light blue berries, hardy 2106 ­ Jersey, late, vigorous grower, large fruit, very ornamental

Strawberries ­ June Bearing No. 1

(Virus Free Plants ­ Minimum 100 ­ Order in multiples shown) 2222 ­ All Star, a new superstar. Good for U-Pick & home gardeners. Full red color; glossy skin. Superior performance under diverse conditions. 2223 ­ Earliglow, Early, Superior flavor. Excellent for freezing. Large, glowing deep red berries. 2224 ­ Honeoye, Mid-season. Winter hardy. Extra heavy yields. Firm skin & flesh. Excellent freezer. 2226 ­ Sure Crop, Mid-season. Excellent for "pick your own". Vigorous & drought resistant. .

Blueberries ­ Super hardy, short season varieties

Great crops in early to mid July, even after winters of 17-18° below Zero! Bear at an early age. Bare Root 10 for #2 Pot 3 Yr. 18-24" ............................ 2 Yr. 12-18" ............................ 2104 ­ Patriot, Large Berries in early July (12/18" only) 2108 ­ Northland, Firm berries rich in flavor

Gooseberry Currant

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#2 Pot #2 Pot

2410 ­ Pixwell, 2 yr. No. 1 ......

I Bare Root 2421 ­ Red Lake, 2 yr. #1 .......10 for 2422 ­ Black Consort, 2 yr. #1 10 for 2423 ­ White Imperial, 2 yr. #1 10 for

Blackberries/Raspberries: 1 tag per 3 plants. Extra Tags @ $.10 ea Strawberries, Rhubarb, Asparagus & Horseradish: Shipped with 5x7 Billboard Card, 1 per order. Tags N/A. Stakes may be available at cost.

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Asparagus ­ Bare Root

(Minimum 100 ­ Order in multiples shown) Viking KB 3 ­ Much superior to Mary Washington 500 1000 2000 2304 ­ 1 Yr. #1 ................. 2307 ­ 2 Yr. #1 ................. Jersey Knight ­ Vigorous grower gives extra heavy crops Up to 250% more! Rust resistant. Adaptable to most climates. 100 250 500 1000 2311 ­ 1 Yr. #1 ................. Purple Passion ­ A sweeter Deep Purple with 20% more sugar. Attractive on plate. Serve raw or cooked. Something truly different for the gourmet table 100 250 500 2330 ­ 1 Yr. #1 ................ Rhubarb, Asparagus, Horseradish No Picture Tags ­ Shipped with 5 x 7 Billboard Card. 1 card per order

Rhubarb Roots ­ Bare Root

(Minimum 10 ­ Order in multiples shown) 2305 ­ Canada Red 10 No. 1 Clumps .................... 25 230111 ­ Victoria 5/8 ­ 1" ................. 230121 ­ Victoria 1" & up .................. 25 50 50 100

Horseradish

(Order in multiples shown) 25 2308 ­ Bohemian 5 ­ 8" roots ........... 50 100

DORMANT HYBRID CLEMATIS

Large Flowered Clematis grown in 2 ½ & 3" Pots for heavy roots ­ shipped root wrapped (Order in multiples of 5 per var./50 per case, Minimum order of 50 plants, may be assorted) Hardy, heavy, Top Quality Plants Dormant Plants for Safe Shipping With Full Color Picture Tags All Plants Grown in U.S.A.

2 yr. 3" Root wrapped Sell in 4-6 wks. 5 for 1 Yr. 2 ½ " Root wrapped Sell in 6-8 wks. 5 for

CLIMBING VINES & GROUND COVERS

(Order in multiples of Bare Root 10 or 25, Potted 5) 4506 ­ Bittersweet, American (Celastrus scandens) N Vigorous vine to 20 ft. Produces dense clusters of orangescarlet berries. Attractive dried bouquets. Zone 2. 10 for 25 for #2 Pot 2Yr. No. 1 ....................................... 4503 ­ Boston Ivy (Parthenocissus tricsupidata) Deciduous vine with dark green, glossy three-lobed leaves which turn bright red in fall. Can reach 50' in length. Zone 4. 10 for 25 for #2 Pot 2Yr. No. 1 ....................................... 4502 ­ Honeysuckle, Gold Flame (Lonicera Heckrottii) Deciduous vine with coral pink and yellow flowers against blue-green oval shaped leaves. Height ­ 15'. Zone 5 10 for 25 for #2 Pot 2Yr. No. 1 ....................................... 4510 ­ Honeysuckle, Dropmore Scarlet (Lonicera brownii) Vivid scarlet red flowers from June till frost. Zone 4. 10 for 25 for #2 Pot 2Yr. No. 1 ....................................... 4504 ­ Silver Lace Vine (Polygonum aubertii) Deciduous rapid-growing vine with small, fragrant white flowers which bloom in late summer/early fall. Height 20-40'. Zone 4. 10 for 25 for #2 Pot From 2.5" pot ­ shipped root wrapped .. 2450 ­ Kiwi Vine ­ Issai Sub-zero hardy, disease and pest-free, bears delicious fruit. NEEDS NO POLLINIZER. Does well in pot with half-day sun or in good garden soil. Usually bears 2nd year. Ready to pot in 1 or 2 gallons 5 for 10 for 25 for 3 ½ " Pot Grown Plants ..................... 2 ¼ " Pot Grown Plants ..................... 4500 ­ Trumpet Vine ­ Butterfly Vine (Campsis radicans) Deciduous, dense woody vine of dark green leaves and orange trumpet-shaped flowers. 20-70' tall. Zone 5 10 for 25 for #2 Pot 2Yr. No. 1 .......................................

Item # 3029 ­ Bee's Jubilee (Mauve Pink) 3001 ­ Comtesse de Bouchard (Rose-pink) 3003 ­ Duchess of Edinburgh (Double White) 3028 ­ Elsa Spath (Lavender, Robust) 3004 ­ Ernst Markham (Bright magenta) 3005 ­ Hagley Hybrid (Shell Pink) 3006 ­ Henryii (Pure White) 3007 ­ Jackmani (Velvety purple) 3010 ­ Nelly Moser (Tu-tone pink/lavender) 3027 ­ John Paul II (Soft pink, very vigorous) 3030 ­ Mrs. P.B. Truax (Periwinkle blue) 3025 ­ Multi-Blue (Double Blue) 3016 ­ Niobe (Deep red) 3031 ­ Sunset (Dark velvet red) 3026 ­ Ville De Lyon (Large carmine-red)

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3015 ­ Paniculata (Sweet Autumn Clematis) (Scented cream colored Blooms September) 5 for

Wisteria Vine (Wisteria sinensis)

Woody, deciduous vine with fragrant pea-like clusters of lavender or white flowers. Height 25'. Zone 5. 10 for 25 for #2 Pot 4505 ­ Purple, 2 Yr. #1 .........18"

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FLOWERING CRABAPPLES

(Order in multiples of 5) Item #

(Disease ­ Resistant Crabapples)

4430 ­ Adams Foliage is green with red tint in Spring. Bright pink blooms. Flaming orange-red fall color. Disease-resistant. Zone 4. 20-25 ft. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 4410 ­ Brandywine® Very Fragrant, double, deep rose-pink flowers. Use in place of Japanese Cherry in colder areas. Grows & spreads about 15 feet. Foliage overcast with burgundy. Zone 2. Bare Root 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 4400 ­ Centurion® Upright grower with glossy, dark green foliage. Rose-red flowers and small bright fruit. Very disease resistant. 20 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 4401 ­ Dolgo ­ Extra Hardy, Best Fruit Extremely hardy, upright, spreading grower. Flowers are white and the edible large (1 ½") fruits are red. Good disease resistance. 35-40 ft. Zone 2. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 4414 ­ Indian Magic Deep pink 1 ½" flowers. Foliage dark green. Fruit lasts all winter and attracts birds. Disease-resistant. Grows 20-25 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 4404 ­ Klehms Improved Bechtel ­ Double Pink Leaves are round and the pink double flowers are large and fragrant. More disease resistant than the original Bechtel. Fruits are green but sparse. 15-20 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 4417 ­ Profusion Noted for its abundant purple-red flowers with pink centers. Bronzy-green foliage, grows 15-20 ft. tall. Disease-resistant. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 4408 ­ Robinson - Pink Bronzy-green summer foliage changes to a coppery-orange, lasting fall color. Disease-resistant, hardy to -25°F. Excellent fruit for winter birds. Grows to 25 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 4406 ­ Royalty ­ Purple Foliage Outstanding. Purple foliage rivals that of Purple Leaf Plum. Flowers & fruits are dark red. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot PB/Pot

4407 ­ Snowdrift Large, pure white flowers ­ pink in the bud. Small orange-red fruit. Scab resistant. 20 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot

ORNAMENTAL & SHADE TREES

(Order in multiples of 5) 4208 ­ Birch, European White Clump Whitespire (Betula alba whitespire clump) Very attractive tree with bark that turns white as tree matures. Clump Form­3 or more stems. Zone 2. Resistant to Birch Borer Bare Root PB/Pot 5-7 ft., Clump, each ......... #5 Pot 4-5 ft., Clump, each ......... #5 Pot 4209 ­ Birch, European Whitespire (Betula alba whitespire) A very attractive tree with silvery-white bark and bright, goldenyellow autumn foliage. Tolerates wet soil. 35-45 ft. Zone 2. Resistant to Birch Borer. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4210 ­ Birch, Cut Leaf, Weeping (Betula pendula gracilis) A single stem plant with drooping branches. Deeply cut leaves. Bark turns silver white. Zone 2. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4288 ­ Birch, Purple Leaf, Clump Form New foliage appears reddish maroon fading to purplish green in summer. Twigs are purple-black which contrast nicely with white trunk. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 4-6 ft., Clump, each ......... #5 Pot 4286 ­ Birch, Heritage River Clump Form N Adaptable, fast growing and heat tolerant with layers of brown, salmon, peach, orange and lavender colors throughout the bark. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 5-6 ft., Clump, each ......... #5 Pot 4236 ­ Cherry, Canada Red Leaf N (Prunus virginiana shubert) Pyramidal growth habit. New growth green turning to a reddishpurple in summer. White flowers in clusters. Very Hardy. Grows 25 ft. tall. Zone 2. Enjoys sun, any soil. Bare Root 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4232 ­ Cherry, Flowering Kwanzan (Prunus serrulata "Kwanzan") Deep pink blossoms and a symmetrical vase shape make Kwanzan one of the best double flowering varieties. 20-25 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot PB/Pot

Cherry, Double Weeping

(Prunus subhirtella 5-6 ft. Graft) The most beautiful small, Weeping Cherry tree. It has large, fully-double, rose-like pink flowers every spring on graceful weeping branches. Long blooming period...a choice landscape favorite. 15 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 4268 ­ Heavy No. 1 each .............. #7 Pot 4234 ­ Regular No. 1 each.. ............ #7 Pot

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4247 ­ Dogwood, Kousa ­ Korean White (Cornus kousa chinensis) Bursts into bloom in June. Hardy, disease-free, large red fruits. Reddish fall color. 15-20 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 4-5 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 3-4 ft., Br., each ............... #3 Pot 4272 ­ Dogwood, Cherokee Chief - Red (Cornus "Cherokee chief") Budded on Kousa Root Stock Beautiful bright red flowers in spring. Plant with a white variety for striking effect. Grows 20-25 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., Br., each ................ #3 Pot 2-3 ft., Br., each ................ #3 Pot 4294 ­ Dogwood, Cherokee Princess - White (Cornus "Cherokee Princess") Budded on Kousa Root Stock Popular, small spring flowering tree. Moist, well-drained soil. Sun or partial shade. 20-30 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., Br., each ............... #3 Pot 2-3 ft., Br., each ............... #3 Pot 4226 ­ Goldenchain Tree (Laburnum vossi) Hanging racemes of golden yellow pea-shaped flowers in late May or early June. Grows 18-24 ft. tall. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 4246 ­ Hawthorne, Pauls Scarlet N (Crataegus oxyacantha) Large, single bright red flowers. Glossy dark green foliage. Glossy red fruits. Grows 15-20 ft. tall. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 4221 ­ Hydrangea, P.G. Tree Form (H. paniculata grandiflora) Popular Hydrangea Pee Gee grown in tree form. Flowers in large attractive panicles. 8 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 4-5 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 3-4 ft., Br., each ............... #3 Pot

4220 ­ Locust, Shademaster N (Gleditsia triacanthos inermis Shademaster) Outstanding, upright, thorn-less, honeylocust. Strong Grower, straight trunk. Makes light shade. Grows 60-70 ft. Zone 4 Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4219 ­ Locust, Sunburst (Golden) N (Gleditsia triacanthos inermis Sunburst) Bright golden foliage on 8-10 inches of branch tips contrast with rich green of the balance of the tree. Free of thorns and seeds. Well formed, symmetrical, with excellent branching habit. 30-40 ft. Zone 4 Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4296 ­ Magnolia, Jane (Magnolia jane) ­ Improved Saucer Large Pinkish purple flowers with bright white accent on inside. Does well in any soil. Grows 10-15 ft. tall. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., Br., each ............... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., Br., each ............... #3 Pot 4201 ­ Maple, Crimson King I (Acer plat. ,,Crimson King) A great improvement over Schwedleri maple. Perfectly hardy. Rich purple foliage until leaves drop in fall. 35 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 8-10 ft., Br., each ............ #7 Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Whip, each ........... #5 Pot 4200 ­ Maple, Norway I (Acer platanoides) Rounded dense head. Excellent green foliage throughout summer. Withstands drought. 50-70 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 8-10 ft., Br., each ............ #7 Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4249­ Maple, Norway ,,Deborah I (Acer platanoides Deborah) Vigorous, straight grower. Brilliant red foliage in Spring, turning dark green, then golden yellow in Autumn. An improved Schwedler. 40-50 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4250 ­ Maple, Japanese Red Leaf (Acer palmatus atropurpureum) Fiery red foliage spring, summer, even more brilliant in fall. Grow as small tree or upright shrub. Lovely lacey leaves on compact 15-20 ft. plants. Zone 4-8. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., Br., each .............. #3 Pot 2-3 ft., Br., each .............. #3 Pot 4276 ­ Maple, Japanese Green Leaf (Acer palmatus) Green foliage spring & summer. Grow as small tree or upright shrub. Lovely lacey leaves on compact 15-20 ft. plants. Zone 4-8. 15/18"., Br., each .............. #2 Pot 4202 ­ Maple, Norway Variegated "Harlequin" I (Acer plat. ,,Drummondii) Unusual light green foliage with creamy white border. Grows 35 tall. Spread 25 wide. Zone 4 Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot

Lilac, French Hybrid ­ Tree Form

(Syringa) The rare Tree Form of the famous French Hybrid Lilacs. Fragrant, double flowers in Mid-May. 8-12 ft. Zone 3 4251 ­ Red 4253 ­ Purple 4252 ­ White 4254 - Pink Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., Br., each ................ #3 Pot 2-3 ft., Br., each ................. #3 Pot 4243 ­ Linden, Little Leaf (Tillia cordata) Compact glossy foliage. Ideal street tree; no diseases. Dense & pyramidal. Fragrant flowers. Grows 50 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot

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TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS

We are pleased to present this price list of A-1 nursery stock. On the preceding pages you will find a complete assortment of hardy, northern grown nursery stock available for shipment this spring. We have never sacrificed quality for price and strive for complete satisfaction in soliciting your business. We appreciate your past orders and assure you that your future order will be given our prompt attention.

WATERING TIPS

It is essential to properly water your plants whether they are newly planted or container potted. First, to replace moisture lost through transpiration, which is highest on hot, windy days. Second, to assist the roots in taking necessary food elements from the soil. The fibrous feeder roots cannot absorb food unless they are in solution. If there is not sufficient moisture to form a solution, your healthy-viable plants can die of starvation. A good way to water is by means of a sprinkler, letting it run until the ground is thoroughly soaked. Deep watering is the only kind that will insure success with your plants. Frequent light watering of the first 2 or 3 inches of soil around the plant does more harm than good as it makes them more susceptible to drought and frost injury.

BARE ROOT STOCK

All of our stock is A-1 and graded according to the standards set by the American Association of Nurserymen. All plants are inspected and certified disease-free by New York State Agricultural inspectors at the nursery. All sizes are the minimum size for the grade and include plants from that size up to but not including the next larger size.

7 STEPS TO LARGER SALES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Northern & West Coast Field-Grown Nursery Stock Generous, Quality Grading ­ vigorous, heavy plants Processed Ball in large Pots Winter balling ... new quick start mix Roots treated for fast, earlier, new growth Double Tag System ­ Variety strip tag with U.P.C. code & full color sales tag with planting instructions Plants stand upright, are neat & attractive, easy to water, east to plant

CLAIMS

Claims for any cause must be made promptly upon receipt of goods. We will not entertain any claim not reported to us in writing within 10 days after arrival of stock or on accounts not paid in full according to terms of sale. Plants become your property upon delivery to the transportation company and any claim for damage in transit should be made by the customer to the carrier within 48 hours.

PRICES

Prices are based on present market conditions and are subject to change without notice. All prices are F.O.B. Nursery. Boxing and baling are extra at cost. No charge for loading bulk stock in trucks. These prices are in effect July 1 2011 through spring 2012. They are based on current costs and are subject to change prior to Shipment.

ITEMS NOT LISTED

Call or write for special quotation on varieties or grades not listed

SHIPPING

If you have definite shipping instructions regarding your order, please let us know. Where possible, orders are combined for delivery in one of our trucks, at cost. Due to logistics, we can not guarantee shipment of potted orders before April 1 on our trucks. If your potted order must arrive prior to that date, please contact us to make arrangements. Because of the excessive bulk, we may not be able to ship Potted or Packaged plants by commercial motor freight.

TERMS

Our terms are cash. Customers without established credit will be required to pay in advance by cash or credit card. Orders cancelled less than 30 days prior to shipment, will incur a 10% restocking fee. We will be pleased to make credit arrangements with established concerns upon receipt of satisfactory trade references and a completed credit application. Please note that it takes 4-6 weeks to process a credit application. Payment for the nursery products sold on credit shall be made within thirty (30) days of the date of invoice. When accounts become past due, a service charge of 1.5% per month will be charged to your account. This charge will continue on all overdue amounts until paid. Noncompliance with established credit terms will result in, at least suspension of credit privileges and reinstatement of C.O.D. terms.

GUARANTEE

We give no warranty, expressed or implied, as to life, description, quality, productiveness or any other matter of any nursery stock, seeds or plants that we sell and will not in any way be responsible for the results secured in transplanting. It is mutually agreed that our liability for any errors, should stock prove untrue to name as labeled, shall be limited, upon satisfactory proof, to our replacing plant or issuing a credit memo.

PRODUCT LIABLITIY

Product Liability Insurance is carried on all products by Cincinnati Insurance Co.

All deliveries are to tailgate only: Customer to provide adequate equipment or labor force.

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PICK UP ORDERS

"Pick Up" orders are welcome, but make arrangements at least 1 full week in advance, so we may have it ready for you. If using an open truck, bring tarpaulins or suitable coverings to protect the plants. Even a short trip without protection will damage and kill nursery stock.

REFER TO OUR SPRING 2012 PACKAGED CATALOG FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE RETAIL PACKS INCREASE YOUR SPRING PROFITS WITH THESE SPECIAL PLANT ASSORTMENTS CREATED FOR WE ALSO SUPPLY A LINE OF CONTAINER GROWN GRAPES & BERRIES, FAST SALES NON PATENT ROSES IN LEAF AS WELL AS SUB-ZERO ROSES

Sub-Zero Roses by variety or assortment, dormant potted in #1 ½ & #2 plantable pots Regular Non-Patent Roses by variety or assortment, in #2, #1 ½ & #1 plantable pots Ever-blooming shrub Roses, dormant potted in #2 plantable pots Dormant Potted Grapes, Raspberries, Blueberries in # 2 plantable pots Flowering & Foliage Vines, dormant potted in # 2 plantable pots Growing Hybrid Clematis in full leaf. 2 ½ " pot America's Favorite Perennials, Small Fruits & Vegetables in our Special Collection of "FLORAL BOXES"

NOTE

All Trees, Shrubs & Vines Stored Indoors Under Moisture Controlled Conditions

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4203 ­ Maple, Royal Red I (Acer plat. `Royal Red') Similar in growing characteristics and color to Crimson King except it is reported to be hardier. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 8-10 ft., Br., each ............ #7 Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4204­ Maple, Red N (Acer rubrum) Excellent for damp areas, scarlet fall foliage. 50-60 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. 4266 ­ Maple, Red ­ Autumn Blaze (Acer rubrum `Autumn blaze') Brilliant orange-red fall color; rapid growth rate; grows in most soils. Nearly seedless. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4264 ­ Maple, Red ­ October Glory (Acer rubrum `October glory') Holds brilliant red fall color longer than other maples. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4205 ­ Maple, Silver N (Acer saccharinum) Fast growing. Leaves silvery underneath Good in heat, drought & wet conditions. Grows 60-80 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 8-10 ft., Br., each ............ #7 Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each ....................... 4206 ­ Maple, Sugar N (Acer saccharum) Upright oval head, dense foliage. Turns yellow to orange to red in fall. Grows 60-70 ft. tall. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 8-10 ft., Br., each ............ #7 Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4242­ Mountain Ash, European (Sorbus aucuparia) Clusters of white flowers in May. Bright orange-red berries in Fall. Grows 25-30 ft. tall. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4248 ­ Oak, Northern Red N (Quercus borealis rubra) Quick growing, clean tree. Withstands city conditions, and dry compact soil Large, shapely lobed leaves turn gorgeous red in Fall. 60-75 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4230 ­ Oak, Pin N (Quercus palustris) Fast growing, pyramidal shaped tree. Scarlet foliage in fall. Full sun. Glossy green foliage. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 4265 ­ Peach, Weeping (Prunus Persica) Weeping form of popular flowering peach with cascading double pink flowers in the spring. Zone 4/5. Bare Root PB/Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot

4280 ­ Pear, Cleveland Select Flowering (Pyrus calleryana Cleveland) Masses of white flowers. Glossy green foliage turns bright crimson in fall. Grows 25-35 ft. tall. Best bloomer. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4228 ­ Plum, Purple Leaf, Newport (Prunus cerasifera `Newport') Small tree with rich purple-red foliage all summer following white flowers in spring. Upright, compact grower. 15-20 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4229 ­ Plum, Purple Leaf, Thundercloud (Prunus cerasifera `Thundercloud') Dense, upright grower considered one of the best for its deep purple foliage. Pink flowers in May. 15-20 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4213 ­ Red Bud N (Cercis canadensis) Rosy-purple flowers in April before the leaves appear. Large, heart-shaped leaves are very attractive green. 15-20 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4-5 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4289 ­ Red Bud, Lavender Twist - Weeping (Cercis canadensis `Covey') Unique weeping form of Eastern Redbud. Beautiful lavender flowers in the spring. Grows 8-10 ft. 8 ft. wide Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4291 ­ Red Bud, Forest Pansy (Cercis canadensis `Forest pansy') Up to 30' tall. Brilliant scarlet-red new foliage matures to deep maroon heart-shaped leaves. Small, pea-like clusters of pink flowers in May and June. Foliage fades to purple-green in summer. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 4-5 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot

Rose of Sharon ­ Tree Form

(Hibiscus - Althea) Tree form of the popular shrub. Large showy flowers at eyelevel heights. Grows 10-15 ft. tall. Zone 5. 4222 ­ Red 4223 ­ Pink 4224 ­ Purple 4225 - White Bare Root PB/Pot 4-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 3-4 ft., Br., each .............. #3 Pot 4207 ­ Sarvistree, Shadblow ­ A Wetland Shrub N (Amerlanchier canadensis) Pure white flower clusters on every twig in early spring. Carefree 20 ft. shrub. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., Br., each ............... #3 Pot 4237 ­ Willow, Golden Weeping (Salix alba tristis) Attractive, golden weeping branches. Very hardy and a fast grower. Likes moist areas. 40-50 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot

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4239 ­ Willow, Weeping Babylonica (Salix babylonica) Long, pendulous branches and graceful habit make this one of the best weeping willows. 50-60 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4238 ­ Willow, Wisconsin Weeping (Salix blanda) Fast growing with long pendulous branches and lustrous leaves. Grows 40 ft. tall. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4244 ­ Wisteria Purple, Tree Form (Wisteria sinensis) Cutting grown Tree Form with traditional large violet purple flower racemes. Grows 8-10 ft. high; spread 6-8 ft. wide. Zone 4 Bare Root PB/Pot 4-5 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 3-4 ft., Br., each .............. #3 Pot 4277 ­ Zelkova,

ROSES­BARE ROOT, READY TO POT

Arizona Grown Roses

Our roses are Arizona grown and available for shipment after February first. They are carefully grown, well sprayed and A-1 in every respect. All are carefully graded with AAN standards as a minimum and stored in our modern cold storage facilities to give you the best possible results.

HYBRID TEAS, FLORIBUNDAS & CLIMBERS

RED SHADES 6000 ­ Americana 6001 ­ Christian Dior 6002 ­ Chrysler Imperial 6006 ­ Mr. Lincoln 6142 ­ Oklahoma 6200 ­ Proud Land 6201 ­ Red Masterpiece ORANGE SHADES 6008 ­ Gypsy 6007 ­ Tropicana 6035 ­ Touch of Class 6143 ­ Just Joey PINK SHADES 6027 ­ First Prize 6030 ­ Pink Peace 6031 ­ Queen Elizabeth WHITE SHADES 6032 ­ Tiffany 6040 ­ J.F. Kennedy 6034 ­ Miss All Amer. Beauty 6041 ­ Snow Queen (FK Drushki) 6042 ­ Jack Frost LAVENDER SHADES 6043 - Pascali 6050 ­ Blue Moon TWO TONE SHADES 6202 ­ Heirloom 6026 ­ Chicago Peace 6029 ­ Kordes Perfecta FLORIBUNDA ROSES 6024 ­ Double Delight 6087 ­ Iceberg, white YELLOW SHADES 6081 ­ Betty Prior, single pink 6062 ­ Gold Glow 6080 ­ Angel Face, lavender 7082 ­ Oregold 6086 ­ Goldilocks, yellow 6063 ­ Peace 6082 ­ Europeana, red 6060 ­ Diamond Jubilee 6084 ­ Fashion, pink 6066 ­ Summer Sunshine CLIMBING ROSES 6070 ­ Blaze, scarlet-crimson 6073 ­ Golden Showers, yello 6072 ­ Don Juan, dark red 6077 ­ Josephs Coat, r,p,o,y Order in multiples of 10 2 Yr. No. 1, each ................ 2 Yr. No. 1 ½, each ............. 10-490 500-990 1000 2000

Village Green ­ American Elm Substitute (Zelkova "village green") Zone 5.

Vigorous grower with a straight trunk and upright branching (vase shape). Grows 50-60 ft. tall. Resistant to Dutch Elm. Bare Root PB/Pot

5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot

PERENNIALS

3200 ­ Bleeding Hearts (D. (order in multiples of 10)

spectablis)

10 for 50 for

2/3 eye .................................... 3/5 eye ....................................

Cannas

Colors: 3251 ­ Red 3252 ­ Pink 3253 ­ Yellow 5 for 50 for #1............................................

LANDSCAPE ROSES ­ Own Root

7070 ­ Robin Hood Disease Resistant, Red HMSK, 5-6 ft. 7071 ­ The Fairy Pink, low growing border rose, 2 ft. 7072 ­ Nearly Wild(Sub Zero)1000s of roses in glowing pink-4 Order in multiples of 10 10-90 1 Yr. Own Root, #1 each ........ 100-490 500 up

Daylily

Colors: 3204­Red 3205­Yellow 3206­Bi Color 3207-Pink 5 for 50 for #1............................................ 3209 ­ Daylily, Stella d'Oro Ever-bloom yellow. Blooms up to 270 days. 5 for 1 yr. #1.................................... 3211 ­ Hosta, Variegated Leaf (Order in multiples of 10) 1 yr. #1.......................................

Rose, Knockout (Rosa ,,Knockout) Everblooming, single flowering shrub form. 3 mature height, own root, disease resistant. Zone 4. Includes Knockout Tag

Order in multiples of 10 10-90 1 Yr. No. 1, each ................................ 7075 ­ Red 7077 ­ Pink* 100-490

25 for

50 for

10 for

25 for

7078 ­ Blushing* (light to dark pink) * Limited availability

Peony

(Giant Dbl.) Colors: 3224 ­ Red 3225 ­ Pink 3226 - White 5 for 25 for 3/5 eye ........................................ 2/3 eye ........................................ 3221 ­ Lily of the Valley (Order in multiples of 10) 1 yr. pips ..................................... 10 for 10 for 50 for 50 for

BROWNELL SUB-ZERO® ROSES

A New Race of Roses! Brownell Everblooming Roses. Hardy to 35° Below Zero ­ Thrive in Heat or Cold ­ Bloom in 60-90 Days­Bloom Year After Year..And..Theyre Disease Resistant! RED SHADES 5108 ­ Margaret Chase Smith 5109 ­ Queen O Lakes* PINK SHADES 5103 ­ Curly Pink* 5110 ­ Senior Prom WHITE SHADES 5106 ­ Lily Pons* *Most Disease-Resistant YELLOW SHADES 5102 ­ Charlotte Brownell 5104 ­ Dr. Brownell ORANGE SHADES 5105 ­ Helen Hayes* 5107 ­ Maria Stern*

Sedum (Order in multiples of 10)

Heavy 2 yr. Pot Grown.................... 3237 - Spreading Dragons Blood 3240 ­ Autumn Joy (pink flower heads) 3239 ­ Golden Glory

5 x 7 Billboard cards are available for most perennial items. We will ship 1 card per variety

CLIMBING ROSES 5113 ­ Rhode Island, Red 5111 ­ Climbing Queen, Pink 10-490 500 1000 2 Yr. No. 1, each ............................. 2 Yr. No. 1 ½, each ..........................

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ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS

(Order in multiples of 5) 4040 ­ Almond, Pink Flowering (Prunus glandulosa) Double pink flowers in early spring, 5-6 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ..................... #3 Pot 2-3 ft., each ..................... #3 Pot

4010 ­ Burning Bush, Dwarf I (Euonymus alatus compacta) Dwarf form with yellow flowers in May-June. Interesting corky bark. Leaves turn brilliant crimson in autumn. 4-5 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 18-24", each ..................... #3 Pot 15-18", each ..................... #3 Pot 12-15",each ................... #2.5 Pot

Butterfly Bush

(Buddleia) 4-5 ft. shrubs with lilac-like flowers. Blooms practically all summer. Best when tops are cut back severely at planting time. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot No. 1, each .. .................. #2.5 Pot 4001 ­ Royal Red (Wine-Red) 4262 ­ White Profusion (White) 4002 ­ lle de France (Purple) 4260 ­ Charming Summer (Pink) 4038 ­ Cherry, Hansen's Bush N (Prunus besseyi) Very hardy, 4-6 ft. shrub covered with beautiful white blossoms in May. Dark, semi-sweet fruit in summer can be eaten fresh or used for jams, pies and jelly. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4008 ­ Deutzia, Dwarf White (Deutzia gracilis) Dwarf, blooms freely, pure white flowers in May. 3 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 15-18", each ...................... #3 Pot 4005 ­ Dogwood, Red Twig N (Cornus sericea `Baileyi') Hardy, upright shrub with small white flowers April-May. Bright red bark in winter. 8-10 ft. Zone 2. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot . 4006 ­ Dogwood, Variegated (Cornus elegantissima) Silver variegated leaves, bright red bark. 6-8 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ..................... #3 Pot 4011 ­ Forsythia, Dwarf (Forsythia `Bronxensis') True dwarf Forsythia, heavy bloomer with small yellow flowers. 2 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 12-15", each ................... #2.5 Pot 4012 ­ Forsythia, Lynwood Gold (Forsythia `Lynwood Gold') Erect Branches, deep yellow flowers with broad petals. 6-8 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot

Althea, Various Colors ­ Dbl Flowering

Popular, hardy shrub, blooms Aug.-Sept. 10-12 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ..................... #3 Pot 2-3 ft., each ..................... #3 Pot 4014 ­ Ardens (Dbl. Purple) 4015 ­ Jeanne d'Arc (Dbl. White) 4016 ­ Lucy (Dbl. Red) 4017 ­ Lady Stanley (Dbl. pink) 4018 ­ Althea, Bluebird (Althea Coelestis) Rare, 8 ft. hardy shrub with large, porcelain blue flowers all summer. 8 -10 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 18-24", each ..................... #3 Pot 2-3 ft., each ..................... #3 Pot 4019 ­ Althea, 3-N-1 Red, white and blue flowers from one shrub. A unique specimen that is a sure attraction. 10-12 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ..................... #3 Pot 4000 ­ Barberry, Red Leaf I (Berberis atropurpurea) Colorful red leaved thorny hedge plant. Sun for best color. 4-5 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 24-30", each ..................... #5 Pot 18-24", each ..................... #3 Pot 12-15", each .............................. 4071 ­ Barberry, Rosy Glow I (Berberis atropurpurea, Rosy Glow) Improved Red Leaf Barberry. Foliage silvery pink to rose-red maturing to maroon-red. Specimen, hedge or mass planting. Full sun for best color. 3 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 15-18", each .................. #2.5 Pot . 4025 ­ Beauty Bush (Kolkwitzia amabilis) Distinctive shrub with mass of pink flowers in June. Hardy. 6-8 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 18-24", each ..................... #3 Pot 15-18", each ..............................

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4115 ­ Forsythia, Meadowlark (Forsythia `Meadowlark') Superior flower bud hardiness and showy, bright yellow spring flowers. Best in full sun. Bud hardy to -35°F. 6-8 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 4076 ­ Forsythia, Northern Gold (Forsythia `Northern Gold') Outstanding flower color and bud hardiness. A Canadian introduction that produces flowers to the top of the branch. Dark green foliage growing 6-8 ft. tall. Zone 3. Limited supply. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 4013 ­ Forsythia, Spring Glory (Forsythia `Spring Glory') New, brilliant, cheerful variety with profusion of lemon-yellow flowers. 6-8 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4028 ­ Honeysuckle, Pink I (Lonicera tatarica) Hardy, vigorous grower. Pink flowers April-May. Red Fruit. 810 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4029 ­ Honeysuckle, Zabel's Red I (Lonicera tatarica Zabelli) An improved strain of Red Tartarian. Very hardy, upright. 8-10 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4022 ­ Hydrangea, Pink (Hydrangea macrophylla, Pink) Pink flowers all summer. Best in alkaline soil. 2-3 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 2 Yr. No. 1, each ................. #3 Pot 4021 ­ Hydrangea, Blue (Hydrangea macrophylla, Blue) Blue flowers all summer. Best in acidic soil. 3-4 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 2 Yr. No. 1, each ................. #3 Pot 4096 ­ Hydrangea, (Mac Red) Merrit Supreme 3x5 High and wide. Also known as Big Leaf or Mophead Hydrangea. Large heads of carmine red flowers in late spring/early summer. Flower color can be altered to blue by changing pH factor in soil. Zone 5-9. Bare Root PB/Pot 2 Yr. No. 1, each ................. #3 Pot 4020 ­ Hydrangea, Hills of Snow (Hydrangea aborescens grandiflora A.G.) Large, double white flowers, June-July. Does well in shade. 4-5 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 2 Yr. No. 1, each ................. #3 Pot

4023 ­ Hydrangea, P.G. (Hydrangea paniculata grandiflora) Large trusses of showy white flowers blending to bronze shades. July-October. 6-8 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 4098 ­ Hydrangea, Oakleaf N (Hydrangea Quercifolia) White to purplish-pink flowers; green leaves change to redorange in fall. Shade tolerant. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 2 Yr. No. 1, each ................. #3 Pot 4052 ­ Lilac, Common Purple (Syringa vulgaris) Very fragrant, popular, purple lilac, large panicles. April-May. 12-15 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4051 ­ Lilac, Common White (Syringa vulgaris, alba) Fragrant white flowers in April & May. Dense all Summer. 1215 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...............................

Lilac, French Hybrid

(Syringa) Valuable hardy hybrids. Attractive flowers of various colors. Very popular. 8-12 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot WHITE SHADES 4054 ­ Mme. Lemoine BLUE SHADES 4055 ­ Pres. Grevy RED SHADES 4056 ­ Charles Joly 4120 ­ Monge LAVENDER SHADES 4058 ­ Michael Buchner 4059 ­ Ludwig Spaeth PINK SHADES 4060 ­ Belle de Nancy 4061 ­ Katherine Havemeyer

4117 ­ Sensation Lilac ­ It's a Sensation! Fragrant, single, eye-catching deep purple flowers bordered with a distinctive white edge. True Lilac scent during May bloom. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 4050 ­ Lilac, Persian (Syringa persica) 6-8 ft. Plant covered with lilac colored panicles in mid-May. Arching branches with blue-green foliage. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4033 ­ Mockorange, Double Minnesota Snowflake (Philadelphus Minnesota Snowflake) Profuse, double white, fragrant flowers. Attractive foliage. MayJune. 6-8 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... -

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4031 ­ Mockorange, Sweet (Philadelphus coronarius) Very fragrant white flowers, 1 ½" diameter in early June. Grows 8-9 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...............................

2602 ­ Privet, California Hybrid (Ligustrum ibolium) 12-15 ft. Semi-evergreen leaves. Hardy hybrid of California Privet. Zone 4. Heavy field grown plants. Bare Root 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 12-18", each ............................... 4027 ­ Privet, Golden (Ligustrum vicaryi) Striking golden foliage. Useful as hedge or specimen. 4-6 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 15-18", each .................... #2.5 Pot 12-15", each ...special price #1.5 Pot 4042 ­ Pussy Willow, French (Salix discolor) Popular willow because of catkins in March-April before leaves. 15-20 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4129 ­ Willow, Dappled ­ Variegated Leaf (Salix integra) Quick grower with variegated leaves. Pink & white tones to new growth. Zone 3. Grows 5-8 ft. Bare Root PB/Pot 18-24", each ....................... #3 Pot 15-18", each ................................ 4004 ­ Quince, Red Flowering (chaenomeles japonica) Grows only 3-4 ft. tall. Single red flowers in May. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... PB/Pot

Peony, Tree

(Paeonia suffruticosa) Do not confuse tree peonies with the herbaceous peonies that die back to the ground each fall. Tree peonies are woody ornamentals that grow 4 feet tall and 4-5 feet across. Large spring flowers and attractive red fall foliage. Grafted, 1-year plants available in red, purple, yellow, pink, white. Bare Root PB/Pot 1 Yr., 5-10" each .. .............. #2 Pot 3230 ­ Red 3232 ­ Pink 3233 - Yellow 3231 - White 3234 - Purple

4039 ­ Plum Purple Leaf (Prunus cistena) Ruby-red shrub with pinkish flowers in spring. 6-8 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4035 ­ Potentilla, Abbottswood (Potentilla fruticosa) Originated in Holland. Foliage is bluish-green with large, pure white flowers. 2-3 ft. Zone 2. Flowers all summer long! Bare Root PB/Pot 15-18", each .................... #2.5 Pot 12-15", each ............................... 4036 ­ Potentilla, Gold Drop N (Potentilla fruticosa) Profuse yellow blooms June-September. Very adaptable, 2-3 ft. Zone 2. Flowers all summer long! Bare Root PB/Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 15-18", each .................... #2.5 Pot 4074 ­ Potentilla, Pink Beauty (Potentilla fruticosa `pink beauty') A compact, upright grower with green foliage and pretty pink flowers. 2 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 15-18", each .................... #2.5 Pot 4026 ­ Privet, Amur River (Ligustrum amurense) 12-15 ft. Zone 3. 2 year, heavy field grown plants. Bare Root 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 12-18", each ............................... PB/Pot

Rose, Knockout

(Rosa `Knockout') Everblooming, single flowering shrub form. 3' mature height, own root, disease resistant. Zone 4. Knockout Bare Root 1 G. Pot 1 Yr. No. 1, each ...... 7075 ­ Red 7077 ­ Pink 7078 ­ Blushing (light to dark pink)

PRICE INCLUDES KNOCKOUT TAG

4041 ­ Rugosa Rose (Rosa Rugosa) Very hardy pink flowers June-September. Large, red fruits. 4-6 ft. Zone 2. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4024 ­ St. Johnswort (Hypericum hidcote) Large, waxy, golden flowers all summer. Hardy, prostrate variety. 2 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 2 Yr. No. 1, each ............... #2.5Pot 4007 ­ Smoke Tree, Purple Leaf (Cotinus coggygria atropurpurea) Misty pink flower panicles rise above the purple leaves. 12-15 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...............................

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4043 ­ Spirea, Dwarf Pink (Spirea x bumalda Anthony Waterer) A valuable dwarf shrub with pink to red flowers through June and July. 2-3 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 15-18", each ............................... 4045 ­ Spirea, Dwarf Goldflame (Spirea x bumalda Goldflame) New spring foliage appears in shades of red, copper and gold. Light green summer foliage turns crimson-red in fall. Red summer flowers. Excellent dwarf shrub. 2-3 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 15-18", each ............................... 4046 ­ Spirea, Dwarf Little Princess (Spirea japonica Little Princess) A charming, compact dense growing shrub with pink summer flowers. Fall color is a deep red. An outstanding dwarf specimen shrub or ground cover. 15-18". Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 15-18", each ...................... #3 Pot 12-15", each ............................... 4047 ­ Spirea, Dwarf Shirobana (2-N-1) (Spirea x japonica Shirobana) An interesting spirea that produces both pink and white flowers from the same plant. 2-3 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 15-18", each ...................... #3 Pot 12 -15", each ...............................

4066 ­ Viburnum, American Cranberry Bush N (Viburnum trilobum) White flowers with red berries, red fall foliage. 8-10 ft. Zone 2. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4113 ­ Viburnum, `Mohican' (Viburnum latana, `Mohican') Compact grower 6 ft. tall & 6 ft. wide. Covered with creamywhite flowers in April & May. Orange-red fruit in July. Zone 3. Bare Root 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 4065 ­ Viburnum, Snowball (Viburnum opulus sterilis) Very showy, white snowball-like flowers. May-June. 10-12 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 4111 ­ Viburnum, `Mariesii' (Viburnum plicatum, `mariesii') Improved variety with horizontal branching habit, 8-10 ft. tall. Cream-white flowers and red fruit. Red-purple fall foliage. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 4100 ­ Weigela, Wine & Roses (Weigela florida `Wine & Roses') Dark burgundy foliage with deep rosy-pink flowers. Leaf color intensifies to near black in late summer. 4-5 ft. tall and wide. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 15-18", each ............................... 4067 ­ Weigela, Pink Princess (Weigela florida rosea `Pink Princess') Bright pink flowers. Profuse bloomer. Grows 5-7 ft. tall. Hardier than most Weigelas. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... PB/Pot

Spirea, Dwarf Shirobana

Weigela, Wine & Roses

4048 ­ Spirea, Dwarf Snowmound (Spirea nipponica Snowmound) An outstanding, small shrub forming a dense mound of dark green foliage. Covered with snow-white flowers in May. 2-3 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 15-18", each .................... #2.5 Pot 4049 ­ Spirea, White (Spirea vanhouttei) Popular favorite, mass of arching white flowered branches in May. 6-8 ft. Zone 4.. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... 4003 ­ Sweet Shrub N (Calycanthus floridus) Fragrant shrub with chocolate colored flowers. 4-5 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot PB/Pot

4069 ­ Weigela, Red Prince (Weigela vaniceki `Red Prince") Vigorous growing. The finest red Weigela, 5-6 ft. Zone 4. Tendency for 2nd flush of bloom. Hardiest red. Holds color as it ages. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ......................#3 Pot 4068 ­ Weigela, Variegated (Weigela florida variegata) Cream and green leaves. Profusion of pink flowers in June. 4-6 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot

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(Prunus subhirtella 5-6 ft. Graft) The most beautiful small, Weeping Cherry tree. It has large, fully-double, rose-like pink flowers every spring on graceful weeping branches. Long blooming period...a choice landscape favorite. 15 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 4268 ­ Heavy, No. 1, each .............#7 Pot 4234 ­ Regular, No. 1, each .......... #7 Pot 4258 ­ Cherry, Weeping Snow Fountains (Prunus Snofozam, Snow Fountains) Graceful cascading branches reach to the ground. In spring the tree is covered with snow white flowers which give the impression of a ,,fountain of snow. Perfect for small yards. Grows 10-15 ft. Zone 5. No. 1 Plants, Top Grafted @ 5 ½ ft. Each.............................. #7 Pot Bare Root PB/Pot

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Rare, Colorful Flower/Foliage Plants

4201 ­ Maple, Crimson King I (Acer plat. ,,Crimson King) A great improvement over Schwedleri maple. Perfectly hardy Rich purple foliage retained until leaves drop in fall. 35 ft. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot 8-10 ft., Br., each ............ #7 Pot 6-8 ft., Br., each .............. #7 Pot 5-6 ft., Whip, each ........... #5 Pot 4007 ­ Smoke Tree, Purple Leaf (Cotinus coggygria atropurpurea) Misty pink flower panicles rise above the purple leaves. 12-15 ft. Zone 5. Bare Root PB/Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ...................... #3 Pot 4236 ­ Cherry, Canada Red Leaf (Prunus virginiana shubert) Pyramidal growth habit. New growth green turning to a reddishpurple in summer. White flowers in clusters. Very Hardy. Grows 25 ft. tall. Zone 2. Enjoys sun, any soil. Bare Root 5-6 ft., Br., each .............. #5 Pot 4250 ­ Maple, Japanese Red Leaf (Acer palmatus atropurpureum) Fiery red foliage spring, summer, even more brilliant in fall. Grow as small tree or upright shrub. Lovely lacey leaves on compact 15-20 ft. plants. Zone 4-8. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each .................... #3 Pot 2-3 ft., each .................... #3 Pot 4039 ­ Plum Purple Leaf (Prunus cistena) Ruby-red shrub with pinkish flowers in spring. 6-8 ft. Zone 3. Bare Root PB/Pot 3-4 ft., each ....................... #5 Pot 2-3 ft., each ....................... #3 Pot 18-24", each ............................... PB/Pot

4259 ­ Mulberry, Weeping, Fruitless (Morus, alba pendula ,,Chaparral) A unique small tree. A truly unusual weeping specimen in the landscape! Grafted on a 6 ft. stem. Foliage is glossy dark green. Tree has a rounded weeping head with cascading branches. Grows to 15 ft. tall. Zone 4-8. Yellow fall foliage. Bare Root 6-8 ft., Br., each ............... #7 Pot 4419 - Crab, Weeping Pink Candy Apple (Malus, Weeping Candied Apple) New and distinctive PINK weeping crab. Branches horizontally top pendulous in delightfully irregular pattern. Makes a striking landscape addition. Solid mass of Pink flowers in spring. Dark green leaves with overcast of red. Very disease resistant. Bright cherry red fruit in fall. Grows 10-15 ft. Zone 4. No. 1 Plants, Ground budded and Topped @ 5 ½ ft., each ...... #7 Pot Bare Root PB/Pot PB/Pot

4418 ­ Crab, Weeping Red Jade (Malus Red Jade) Dependable weeping variety. Best as specimen planting. Profuse masses of single white flowers. Foliage is a glossy, vibrant green followed in Autumn by bright red fruit. Grows 12 ft. in height. Introduced by Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Zone 4. No. 1 Plants, Ground budded and Topped @ 5 ½ ft., each ...... #7 Pot Bare Root PB/Pot

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4083 ­ Pussy Willow, Weeping (Salix caprea pendula) An umbrella shaped weeping form of the famous pussy willow. Grows 8-10 ft. tall and spreads 6-10 ft. wide. Pendulous branches with lush green disease-free leaves. Excellent Spring color with fuzzy catkins. Zone 3. No. 1 Plants, Top Grafted @ 4 ft. Bare Root PB/Pot each ................................ #7 Pot 4267 ­ Elm Scottish, Weeping, Camperdown (Ulmus glaba, Camperdown) A round-headed weeping form growing in height up to 20 ft. Leaves are large and create a dense canopy. A landscapers delight. Discovered near Dundee, Scotland. Zone 4. Bare Root PB/Pot No. 1 Plants, each ............... #7 Pot .

Mandarin yields full size deliciously flavored peaches. A flowering "Shrub" fruit factory that grows in ordinary garden soil, tubs or containers. Pinkish red skin and colorful deep pink blooms. One of the hardiest of all peaches. Grows 3-5 ft. tall. Self-fruitful. Bare PB/Pot 11/16& up, each...........#5 Pot Root 0310 ­ Peach Mandarin 0311 ­ Peach Bonfire* *Deep purple leaf ­ Fruit is insignificant & not considered edible

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