Variety/description Width Height Price
Buxus macrophylla 'Grace Hendrick Phillips' (Boxwood) 14" 14" $62 b&b
Annual growth on this dwarf mounded plant is 0.5" in height and 1.5" in width.
Buxus microphylla 'Green Beauty' (Boxwood) 32-36" 35" $85 b&b
Compact growth. Dark green foliage. 35" 40-45" $125 b&b
Buxus microphylla 'Green Mountain' (Boxwood) 36" 65" $135 b&b
Buxus microphylla 'Green Velvet' (Boxwood) 36" 30-32" $125 b&b
Very dark green color with tight growing habit.
Buxus microphylla 'Winter Gem' (Boxwood) 40" 45" $145 b&b
Vigorous grower with dark green foliage. This plant is more cold hardy than 'Green Beauty' and more open. 48" 46-48" $155 b&b
Buxus sempervirens 'Dee Runk' (Boxwood) 10-12" 48" $80 b&b
A conical grower and considered to be be the best of upright boxwood. 12-14" 72" $95 b&b
Buxus sempervirens 'Fastigata' (Boxwood) 24-30" 70" $150 b&b
Buxus sempervirens 'Welleri' (Boxwood) 28-32" 58-60" $145 b&b
Cold-hardy, slow-growing, and quite upright for a broad boxwood.
Ilex cornuta x I. pernyi 'Dr. Kassab' 6' 14-16' $280 (in ground)
Upright, broad, pyramidal female evergreen. Its uniform, dark-green leaves and abundant bright-red berries make it extremely pleasing to the eye. A very special holly.
Ilex opaca 'Boyce Thompson Xanthocarpa' 4" 14' $280 b&b
Cold-tolerant, upright evergreen holly tree with abundant foliage and red berries. Ours are growing in full sun and exposed to wind. Female. 5" 18' $320 b&b
Magnolia virginiana multistem 12-14' $220 b&b
Nice stocky plants with beautiful flowers
Magnolia virginiana 'Moonglow' 3-4' 16' $260 b&b
Distinct upright growth can reach 40' in height at maturity and spread to 18' in width. Moist growing conditions help this tree to quickly become established. 4-5" 15' $285 b&b
Pseudolarix amabilis (Golden Larch) 4-6" 18' $300 (in ground)
What a wonderful tree! Broad pyramidal deciduous conifer with wide-spreading horizontal branches. Foliage is golden in autumn.
Tsuga canadensis (Canadian Hemlock) 6-8" 14' $390 (in ground)
Graceful evergreen used for screening or accent planting.

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