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Pawnee Buttes® Western Sand Cherry Prunus besseyi Pawnee Buttes has a graceful groundcover form of the western sand cherry. Lustrous green leaves turn red to purple in fall. Fragrant white flowers in April produce heavy crops of black cherries in summer attractive to wildlife. Pawnee Buttes is one of the hardiest of deciduous shrubs growing to 16-18 inches in height and 6- 8 feet in width with a rounded form. Preferring full sun it adapts to heat and can be used in hot dry areas of the landscape. This shrub is also cold tolerant and hardy to zone 2. It prefers well drained soil but it will adapt to most soils including clay. Western Sand Cherry is rarely bothered by insects or diseases. Fruit is a sour cherry purple to black in color that can be used in pies and jellies and are attractive to birds..
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Western Sand Cherry Shrubs

Western Sand Cherry Shrubs

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Western Sand Cherry prunus besseyi displays attractive single white flowers in May that are followed by an abundance of 3/4 purple-black sweet fruits that are used for preserves. This hardy rounded shrub has silver-green foliage and prefers a well-drained site. Sandcherry is fairly drought tolerant but prefers loamy type soils. It grows 5-6 feet in height and width forming a rounded shape and is a great shrub for farmstead windbreaks. Fruits are relished by many songbirds and is a nesting cover for a few species of songbirds. The fruits can be eaten fresh dried or processed as jellies and pies. Used in screen hedge or border plantings..

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Nanking Cherry Shrubs

Nanking Cherry Shrubs

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Nanking Cherry Prunus tomentosa has showy white flowers with a pink blush which covers the plant in early spring. This is followed by tasty edible bright red fruit great for jams and jelly. These 1/2 bright red fruit which ripen in early July are edible but a little tart for fresh eating. Nanking Cherry is a large wide spreading shrub and can be pruned as a small tree. It grows 8-10 feet in height and 10-15 feet wide. It is a great conservation plant with attractive soft green foliage. The plant works well as a mass planting or informal hedge. Nanking Cherry is native to northern China and is very cold hardy. Requires a good well drained soil. Nanking Cherry is fairly drought tolerant and does best in full sun. Needs cross pollination to produce fruit.

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Canada Red Select Cherry Shrubs

Canada Red Select Cherry Shrubs

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Canada Red Select Cherry Prunus virginiana Shubert Select is a beautiful shrub or small tree with maroon-red foliage. The new growth is green maturing to maroon-red. The small white flowers in spring produce small red fruits in summer that are savored by birds. This fruit is an edible chokecherry. Canada Red has a vigorous growth straight trunk and uniform top. Its foliage is a darker red with a thicker leaf texture than regular Canada Red. Proper soil conditions are necessary for normal growth with this variety. Pay special attention to insure good drainage and aeration. Best used in borders screens and masses. Prefers full sun and tolerates clay and high pH. It grows 20-25 feet tall and 18-20 feet wide and is nice as an accent tree for color in the garden that attracts birds and butterflies.

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Western Chokecherry Shrubs

Western Chokecherry Shrubs

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The Western Chokecherry Prunus virginiana var. melanocarpa is a dwarf form of Chokecherry that is native to the Rocky Mountains. The form and dark green shiny foliage during spring and summer; the large number of showy flowers in the spring; and the dark purple grape-like clusters of fruit in the fall makes this a desirable species for beautification. Western Chokeberry is well adapted for use around homes office buildings and recreational areas. This large shrub or small tree will withstand harsh conditions and it is a good erosion control plant because it can form thickets and spread by rhizomes. The fruit makes excellent jellies and jams and is occasionally used for wine. Western Chokecherry prefers deep fertile loam soils and likes shade in hotter climates but will do well in the sun otherwise.

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Spiraea Tor Shrubs

Spiraea  Tor Shrubs

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The Spirea Tor Spiraea betuliflia Tor is a compact spirea reaching a height and width of 2-3 ft. Its tiny white flower clusters are set against a backdrop of deep green leaves that are almost iridescent in the summer. Foliage turns a deep purplish-red in the fall. The flowers are attractive to butterflies. Light shearing will encourage repeat bloom. Tor blooms on new wood so pruning in late winter or early spring is recommended. Because of its small size and excellent attributes Tor spirea makes a great foundation shrub.

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Yew Margarita Shrubs

Yew  Margarita Shrubs

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The Yew Margarita Taxus m. Margarita a Proven Winners selection is a cool lime green evergreen with a healthy color. Margarita will not burn or turn ugly like some other forms of Yews. Magarita always looks fresh and bright. This Yew will add some cool green color to the landscape. Margarita prefers well drained soil that is moist and a acid to neutral PH.

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Yew Densiformus Shrubs

Yew  Densiformus Shrubs

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The Dens Yew or Yew Densiformus Taxus x media Densiformis is one of the most popular evergreens shrubs today. This very popular yew is a rapid grower with a spreading habit and fluffy bright green needles. With a plant height of 4 and a width of 6 the dark green foliage adds color to every garden. Plant in full shade in a moist area for it is intolerant of poor drainage and can be damaged if exposed to excessive winter sun and wind. This low maintenance shrub has dark green foliage that will turn a nice red to burgundy color in the fall. Tolerant to deer pollution rabbits and seashore breezes this evergreen is not to be left out of any landscape.

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Holly Shrubs

Holly Shrubs

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Winterberry Ilex verticillata is a deciduous Ilex with bright scarlet winter persistent fruit. This native plant forms an oval rounded shape and has deep rich green foliage that develops a yellow fall color. Winterberries are the queens of the fruiting shrub world when ranked for ornamental value. The fruiting branches are great for decoration in the garden or in the house. The leaves drop off the plant in late fall to expose the beautiful berries. Youll need both male and female plants to produce fruits.. A wonderful shrub for winter interest this Winterberry shrub reaches 6-8 feet in height and width. It is one of the best plants for fall and winter color. Winterberry holly will attract songbirds to your property the fruit of winterberry holly serving as an emergency food source for birds.

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