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Ilex crenata Brass Buckle 400

Ilex Brass Buckles

Hamamelis mollis (x intermedia) ‘Pallida’      (Witch Hazel) " long, sulfur yellow flowers in February. Flowers are held in a reddish purple calyx which, together with the soft yellow flowers, achieves an attractive two-toned effect. Flowers are fragrant and abundant. Ascending branches form a vase shaped silhouette 10-12' high and wide. Best sited in rich, acid to neutral soil in sun to light shade. Considered one of the best.

Hamamelis virginia ‘Harvest Moon’ New     A selection of our native Witchhazel, ‘Harvest Moon’ blooms in the fall, October- November, instead of in late winter-early spring when the intermedia hybds. bloom. Outshines the modest flower display of the species with an impressive show of fragrant, lemon-yellow, blooms. And, fortunately for most residential landscapes, it’s smaller growing, reaching only 18’ tall after many years. Habit is upright, vase-shaped. Leaves shows attractive yellow fall color. Effective as part of a shrub border especially if backed by large evergreens and can become the focal point of a landscape when strategically placed to showcase its handsome branching, fragrant flowers and attractive fall color. Have seen it used very effectively as the central feature of a circular driveway. For sun and part to heavier shade, with average or better evenly moist, well-drained soil. The species grows happily in shade, in our dry, silty/sandy, Oak woods. Zone 2.

Hamamelis x Arnold Promise 175

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Arnold's Promise'  Certainly one of the best yellow flowering Witch Hazels. Begins blooming in February with clear yellow, ribbon-like flowers that continue into March. Green summer leaves turn bright yellow/orange or red in fall. Grows to 20' in full sun or light shade. Prefers a moist, well drained and slightly acid soil. A Witch Hazel in full bloom in February-March is sure to gladden the heart of any winter weary gardener. Zone 5. 

Heath  see under Erica in shrubs

Heather see under Calluna in shrubs 

Heptacodium miconiodes     (Seven Son Flower)  A large shrub or small tree, 15 - 20 ft. tall, either single or multi stemmed. Many ornamental features beginning with the overall form which is upright, loose, attractively irregular. leaves are 5 - 6 ins. long by 2 ins. wide, dark green. Flowers are very showy, occurring in August in the form of large white panicles. Fruit is perhaps even more effective than the flowers as large bunches of bright red to rosy-purple capsules replace the flowers in late Aug. - early Sept. and persist for 2 - 3 weeks. Last but not least is the bark, which exfoliates revealing contrasting shades of darker and lighter brown. Prefers moist but well drained, acid soil, in sun. Zone 5.

Hibiscus s Bl Chiffon  8-14

Hibiscus syriacus Blue Chiffon™    Exceptionally large single flowers with a blue lacy centers giving it the look of a semi-double flower. So impressive that is was awarded the Silver Medal from the Royal Horticulture Society. It produces an abundance of flowers on plants that can get up to 8 to 12 feet tall. Best in full sun with average, reasonably moist, well-drained soil. Once established, plant become tolerant of poor, droughty soil. Zone 5.

    syriacus Pink Chiffon™     A new variety with large, lacy. clear pink, semi-double flowers and the same flower power and soft graceful stems of the other Chiffon hibiscus. Blooms mid to late summer adding late-season excitement to gardens that have begun tilting towards the autumn slow down. 8’-12’ tall but withstands any amount of pruning and may be kept at any desired size. Loves full sun and tolerates just about any soil type except those that are too wet. Attracts butterflies, resists deer. Zone 5. 

    syriacus White Chiffon™    Large, glistening white, single flowers with prominent frilly centers from early August through September. Plants possess all the fine qualities of Hibiscus syriacus; mid to late summer bloom, an easy to please and pest free constitution, and a long-lasting and showy flower display, in this case, pure white flowers that enrich the late season landscape. Zone 5.

    syriacus Lil’ Kim™     A unique, "miniature" Rose of Sharon, growing only 3-4ft. tall, with nearly standard sized, white flowers, liberally brushed purple-red in the center and held on the plants for three days, unlike flowers of other hibiscus which last only one day, Foliage is especially thick textured and dark green in color. This smaller size opens up many new landscape possibilities such as container plantings and mixing in the perennial border and use as a low hedge. Zone 5.

    syriacus Lil’ Kim™ Red New   Another in the Lil' Kim series, this one with deep rosy red flowers. Like all the members of this series, Lil' Kim Red has a tidy, compact habit only 3'-4' tall, much smaller and a lot more at home in smaller gardens than the 8'-10' varieties that have dominated the garden scene up till now. Handsome in leaf with densely packed, glossy green foliage, and equally attractive when adorned with rosy red flowers for up to three weeks in mid to late summer, at a time when many other shrubs have no more bloom to offer. Very accommodating to small spaces, fitting nicely in perennial and shrub borders, foundation plantings and even larger decorative containers. Very undemanding, requiring only sun and average, well-drained soil. Attracts butterflies, deer resistant. Zone 5.

Hib Lil Miss Kim Violet 175

syriacus Lil’ Kim™ Violet    A purple form of the dwarf Lil’ Kim hibiscus that’s perfect for containers and smaller gardens. It has the same compact habit but with plum-violet flowers accented by a red eye. Blooms July-Sept.. The large - up to 3” across- flowers are striking against the dark, glossy foliage, and are carried on very strong stems. Only 3’-4’ tall. Attracts butterflies, deer resistant, zone 5.

    syriacus Purple Pillar™ New     Introducing a whole new look for Rose of Sharon, Purple Pillar™ has a very narrow, fastigiate shape much like a Fine Line Rhamnus, In late July, big, semi-double, red-centered, purple flowers begin blooming, lining the upright stems for many weeks. Many landscape uses for this unique shrub including narrow hedges, screens, and accent specimens. Also well suited for entrances, and decorative containers. Winner of the Plantarium Silver Medal. 10’-15’ high by 2’-3’ wide. Zone 5.

    syriacus ‘Sugar Tip’    An eye-catching Rose of Sharon with brightly variegated creamy-white and blue-green foliage. Unlike 'Purpureus Variegatus', the other variagated Rose of Sharon whose flowers buds never fully open, this beauty actually flowers with lovely clear pink, double blooms in late summer. Like all Hibiscus, it's a good source of late season color and, like the rest of the clan, it's just about indestructible. Zone 5.

Hydrangea arborescens Incrediball®    An improved H.‘Annabelle’ with beefy stems and massive blooms. The breeding goal was aimed at developing stronger stem to eliminate flop but an unexpected outcome was incredibly large blooms as well. Panicles have four times as many florets as ‘Annabelle’, lightly fragrant. 4’-5’ tall. Best sited in full sun. Cuts well for arrangements. Zone 3. F

Hydrangea arborescens Incrediball® Blush New   Incrediball® hydrangeas are valued for their massive blooms and sturdy stems able to carry these weighty blooms in a strong, upright position, without flopping. Incrediball® Blush adds a whole new color to the series with big, bodacious, blush-pink blooms that change to a soothing green color that’s not merely chartreuse, but beautifully green. If you’re not yet a fan of green flowers, this hydrangea is sure to win you over! Very different and unexpectedly appealing. For us it was love at first sight! 4’-5’ tall, blooming from late June into Sept. Makes a beautiful cut flower. Zone 3.

Hydrangea Invincible Ruby 175

Hydrangea arborescens Invincibelle® Ruby New     The first ever red flowered Hydrangea arborescens with dark, burgundy red flower buds that open to a two-toned combination of bright ruby red and silvery pink. The foliage is extra dark and the stems are strong, making this new hydrangea a gem in the garden. It’s a strong rebloomer that can be counted on to keep color in the garden all summer. The latest in the Invincibelle® Series with the strongest stems and most intensely colored flowers yet! Low growing, reaching only 3’-4’ tall so perfect for use in perennial borders, mixed shrub plantings, highly effective in group plantings. For sun with average to rich, evenly moist soil.

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Blue Billow’    A gorgeous, true, deep blue, Lace-Cap hydrangea that has proven to be absolutely bud hardy here at the nursery. Perfectly happy in 50% shade with no special treatment except perhaps extra water during dry spells. 3 to 4' tall and wide. Zone 5.

Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer ‘Bloomstruck’     Dense and compact with deep green foliage and dark purple stems, this selection is a reblooming beauty with deep blue-purple, mophead flowers starting in June and continuing all summer. Heavier and more reliably blooming than Endless Summer The Original. 3’-4’ high with an equal spread and a wide, rounded habit, blooms on old and new wood. Perfect for use as a specimen or as a feature plant in lightly shaded, mixed borders.. Easy to grow in part shade with reasonably rich, evenly moist soil. Zone 4.

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Lemon Daddy’    Large, bright yellow leaves are a true attention grabber, bringing something new and exciting to the gardeners palette. Large,( up to 12” in diameter), blue, mophead flowers bloom July and August creating an eye-catching display against the background of bright yellow leaves. As with all blue hydrangea, these flowers will be blue in acid and pink in alkaline soil. Leaf color is quite sensitive to the amount of direct sunlight they receive and, while plants appreciate afternoon shade, too much shade will result in a greening of the leaves. Grows 4-5’high and wide.  May not flower consistently in colder areas, but worth growing for the foliage alone. Zone 6.

Hydg p Bobo 175

paniculata ‘Bobo’  A dwarf hydrangea that's packed with large white flower panicles that are held upright on strong stems, and continue to expand as they bloom from July into September. 3' tall with a slightly wider, 4' spread. Like all paniculata types, it blooms on new wood so plants can be pruned in late winter-early spring with no risk to summer flowering. Ideal growing conditions are rich, evenly moist, well-drained soil and a full sun location, however, here in our borders we have several long established plants that prosper and bloom profusely year after year in conditions that are far from ideal.  At only 3' high, 'Bobo' is perfectly suited for specimen and accent use in small spaces, for use as a low, summer-flowering hedge, for facing down shrub borders, and even for mixing with perennials. Zone 3.

    paniculata Fire Light™   With its thick, sturdy stems and large, dense, upright panicles, Fire Lightsets a new standard for all hardy hydrangea. The large panicles begin building in mid to late summer, opening pure white and transforming to rich pomegranate-pink. The strong, non-flopping, stems present the flowers beautifully and, at only 3'-4’ tall, it's perfect for smaller spaces and for blending with perennials for bold accent and carefree color all summer and into fall. Zone 3.

    paniculata ‘Lime Light’-Tree Form New

    paniculata ‘Little Lime’™ New    A smaller version of the ever popular H. 'Limelight', with the same much admired, lime green flowers but in a much smaller package, at just a third the size of the original. Nicely suited to container gardens and smaller landscapes. Grows 3'-5' tall.

    paniculata ‘Little Quick Fire’™    A pint sized version of H. ‘Quick Fire’, only 3’-5’ tall, with large, fluffy, cone-shaped panicles that open white and then quickly turn deep rosy-pink. Blooms two weeks ahead of most other Panicle Hydrangea and continues flowering into early autumn, delivering a long season of carefree flowering. Blooms on old and new wood so may be pruned hard in early spring without diminishing flower production. Best grown in full sun in evenly moist, average or better soil. Zone 4.

    paniculata ‘Pillow Talk’ New     Blooms mid summer with large panicles that present an intriguing parade of colors, beginning bright, lime green, changing to white and finally pink. Panicles are held upright on sturdy stems, showcasing them in the garden and in cut arrangements. 6’-8’ tall. Zone 3.

Hyd. pan. 'Pinky Winky'

paniculata ‘Pinky Winky’    A new hydrangea with unique, two-toned flower heads in mid-summer. Large 12-16in. long flower heads emerge white, turn pink and continue to push new white flowers from the tip of the panicle. The flowers are held upright on strong stems, and contrast nicely against dark green foliage. 6-8ft. tall. Zone 4.

    paniculata ‘Quick Fire’™     A breakthrough hydrangea that blooms more than a month earlier than other varieties. White blooms appear in late May-early June and turn to a rich deep pink before ‘Pink Diamond’ even begins to show flowers. Its early bloom time means that now gardeners can have blooming hydrangeas all season by combining ‘Quick Turn’ with other later blooming varieties 6-8’ tall but can easily be kept lower with an early spring cut-back. Zone 3.

    paniculata Zinfin Doll™     Loads of beautiful. dense blooms that emerge pure white, and much like Pinky Winky™, turn bright pink form the bottom up, then age to a dark red-pink. The other trait it has in common with Pinky Winky™ is especially strong, non-flopping stems that carry the panicles to 6’-8’ high. If desired, an early spring cutting-back will keep the plants at a lower height. Zone 3.

Hydrangea quercifolia Gatsby Moon™    Densely packed, doubled flowers held on stems with improved strength. The pure white, doubled florets create very full, conical panicles with a unique 'quilted' look. As the flowers age, they take on an attractive shade of lime/green that persists through the remainder of the season. 6'-8' tall, blooms mid to late summer. The large ornamental leaves turn mahogany-red in fall. Best in part shade with evenly moist soil. Zone 5.

    quercifolia Gatsby Pink™      An exciting new oakleaf hydrangea with big showy blooms that quickly transform form pure white to an incredible rich pink. The dark green foliage turns mahogany-red in autumn. 6'-8' tall. Sun to part shade with reasonably moist soil. Zone 5.

    quercifolia Gatsby Star™     Double blooms similar to those of 'Snowflake', but with individual petals pointed instead of rounded, creating a beautiful, lacy panicle. Blooms in summer over lush foliage that, even without flowers, would make this three-season beauty a garden treasure. 6'-8' tall. For sun with rich, evenly moist soil, and part to full shade where somewhat drier conditions are tolerated. Zone 5.

Hydrangea quer Little Honey

quercifolia ‘Little Honey’    (Oakleaf Hydrangea)  A distinctive new oakleaf hydrangea with bright golden-yellow summer foliage and large, cone-shaped panicles in late summer. Foliage emerges bright gold and then changes to a pleasing chartreuse in summer, finally assuming brilliant wine-red fall color. A sport of the low growing selection Hydrangea quer. ‘Pee Wee’, so it’s not surprising that it grows only 4ft. tall with a more compact habit. Grow in sun to light shade with adequate, even moisture. With its brightly colored spring, summer and fall foliage and its showy late summer flower panicles, this is truly a shrub with three season impact. Zone 5.

    quercifolia ‘Munchkin’    Developed by the U.S.National Arboretum, 'Munchkin' has a dense habit that makes it deal for use in residential landacapes. Abundant white, cone-shaped panicles appear in early summer and gradually turn medium pink above dark green foliage that turns mahogany-red in fall. 3' tall by 4'-5' wide. Native. Zone 5.

    quercifolia ‘Ruby Slippers’    White summer flowers that quickly turn pale pink and then deepen to rose. Flowers may reach 9" in length and are held upright above bold, dark green summer foliage that takes on rich mahogany-red coloring in fall. An additional feature is the attractive cinnamon/tan, exfoliating bark which is particularly effective in winter. 4' tall, possibly a bit taller, by 4-5' wide with a combination of landscape elements that lend year round interest,-summer flowers, attractive summer and fall foliage and beautiful exfoliating bark. For sun to half shade with fertile, reasonably moist soil. Zone 5.

Hydrangea serrata ‘Tiny Tuff Stuff’    A smaller version of H. ‘Tuff Stuff’ with the same improved stem and bud hardiness allowing it to bloom on both new and old wood with lacecap flowers comprised of doubled sepals. While flower color leans toward blue shades, flower color can range from blue to pink to white, depending on soil pH. Whatever the color, flowers have a delicate quality appropriate for even the most refined gardens. As flowers age, they gracefully nod downward in a distinctive arching fashion. 1’-2’ high and wide. For full sun or part shade with rich, evenly moist but well drained soil. Zone 5.

    Hydrangea serrata Tuff Stuff Red New   Offers the bud and stem hardiness, the reblooming habit, and the double lace cap flowers of the original Tuff Stuff hydrangea, but in bright red pink. Flowers open up a two-toned green and red and then mature to red. At only 2’-3’ tall, it’s another in the expanding number of smaller growing hydrangea being made available to gardeners. Zone 5.

    Hydrangea serrata TwirligigNew     Beautiful swirls of soft pink sterile florets encircle the rich pink fertile flowers in a parade of twirling blooms. This charming, bud hardy hydrangea comes in a tidy small form that will tuck right into foundation plantings and perennial and shrub borders. 2’-3’ tall. Does well in sun so long as soil is reasonably moist through the season, otherwise part shade is best. Zone 5.

Hypericum c Golden Rule 175

Hypericum calycinum Golden Rule™    A bright new foliage color for shady sites! Golden yellow, oval leaves with reddish edges on 12” plants, and 2” gold flowers with pin-cushion-like clustered stamens in late spring and early summer, but you’ll hardly notice them in the sea of gold foliage. Unlike earlier selections, the leaf color of Golden Rule™ does not fade.  Grow in part shade in loose, well-drained soils and try to protect from drying winter winds, although plants are quite tough once established. 15-18” high, deer resistant. Zone 5.

Hypericum frondosum ‘Sunburst’ (St. Johnswort)    A nicely rounded, compact shrub, 3ft. tall by 4ft. wide, with very handsome blue-green leaves which, by themselves, would make this shrub worth growing. In June-July, 2in. wide, bright golden yellow flowers with stamens prominently clustered in a central tuft overspread the plants. For sun, with poor/average, well-drained soil.

Hypericum inodorum Pumpkin 175

Hypericum inodorum ‘Pumpkin’     ’Pumpkin’ is covered with bright yellow blossoms in spring and large clusters of ornamental, salmon-pink berries each fall. Hypericum can be used as a specimen plant or in drifts where they can truly show off. Easy-to-grow with multi-season interest in the garden and floral arrangements. For sun with average, well-drained soil. Drought tolerant and deer resistant. Zone 5.

Hypericum Inodorum Red Flame 175

Hypericum inodorum ‘Red Flame’     Compact and dense, this selection's dark, bluish green foliage backs small, bright yellow, showy flowers in June, 2’-3’ tall x 24”- 30” wide. Fruit forms as blooms pass, gradually darkening to deep red in fall. Easy to grow with great summer color from flowers and then ornamental fruit from June until frost. Excellent for cutting, the bright berries are great additions to indoor arrangements. Full sun, with well-drained soil. Drought tolerant and deer resistant. Zone 5.

Ilex Brass Buckle™ (I. crenata) New    This diminutive, finely textured Japanese holly shines all year long with glossy, clear yellow, burn resistant, evergreen foliage. Perfect for edging walks and borders. 12”-18” tall with brilliant, glowing golden foliage that outshines earlier varieties. Zone 6, but with careful siting out of winter wind and sun, zone 5.

Ilex crenata ‘Sky Pencil’    At 6' high but a mere 6-10" wide, ‘Sky Pencil’ is an exceptionally narrow column of dark green, evenly moist, well-drained soil. Brings dramatic vertical interest to the garden.  Effort should be made to cite plants out of harsh winter winds; against buildings, fences, or hedges. If necessary, wrapping plants with burlap can reduce winter wind damage and, simply binding plants with twine can be effective. Worth a little extra effort to have this fantastic form in the garden.  Zone 5.

Ilex glabra ‘Shamrock’ (Inkberry)      Inkberry is used extensively in landscapes and 'Shamrock' is one of the best varieties of this workhorse species. It's easy to figure out why once you see its dense, slow growing form and its attractive glossy, dark green, evergreen foliage. 'Shamrock' retains its tidy form with a minimum of maintenance, reaching only 4' tall at maturity with a pest free constitution. Native to the eastern U.S., and fills multiple landscape niches including accent, specimen planting, hedging, or group planting for a bold, uniform drift of color and texture. Evergreen, native, and hardy to zone 5.    

Ilex pedunculosa

Ilex pedunculosa (Longstalked Holly)    15ft. tall, often less, with evergreen, lustrous, dark green, spineless leaves. Bright red berries 1/4in. across develop in October and persist into November. Berries are gracefully suspended at the ends of 2in. long pedicels, - from whence comes the common name. Berries are eaten by birds. As with all hollies, both a male and a female plant are necessary for pollination. We have both male and female plants for sale. Zone 5.

Ilex verticillata (Winterberry)

    Berry Poppins™   A heavy fruiting, dwarf winterberry, ideal for gardeners who want bright winter color, -that would be all of us!-, and fruit for cutting but don’t have room for a typical I. verticilata. A bolt of bright red in the winter landscape, heavier fruiting than ‘Red Sprite’. Grows 3’-4’ tall. Best fruiting in sun, in rich, acidic and reasonably moist soil. In the natural landscape winterberry is most often found in wet places. In gardens, it is very adaptable and grows well in a wide range of soil types. Zone 3. Mr Poppins is the pollinator.

    Berry Heavy Gold®    Berry Heavy Gold® delivers the biggest, brightest gold fruit yet! 6’-8’ tall and covered with golden pearls starting in early fall, often mingling with late clinging leaves. After the leaves drop, the golden fruits crowd the bare branches well into winter, eventually disappearing down the gullets of hungry birds. Ideal conditions are a spot in full sun, with organic, evenly moist soil. Conditions less than ideal will also work. Plants are very accepting of heavy pruning. If you must prune, do so sparingly in late winter so as to retain some flowering stems, or, as an alternative, in late winter, cut the whole plant back to a foot, or to the ground level, keeping in mind as you hack away that flowering and fruiting will be greatly reduced, or even eliminated, for a season. Very effective used singly for accent, magnificent in larger drifts. Lots of reasons for putting a Winterberry in your garden; winter ornamentation, wonderful in cut arrangements, food for birds, they’re native and they’re deer resistant. Zone 3.  Ilex v. ‘Mr. Poppins’ is the recommended pollinator.

    Goblin® Orange New  A small, pugnacious winterberry with abundant, bright orange berries on a waist-high plant. Its compact habit makes it perfect for residential landscapes or large commercial mass plantings. Really pops against a snowy background, unless the birds get them before snow falls. Either way, it’s all good. 3’-4’ tall. Zone 3. Little Goblin® Guy is the recommended pollinator. Check at the desk for additional info regarding pollinators.

    ‘Jim Dandy’   Male pollinator for ‘Berry Heavy’, ‘Berry Nice’ and ‘Red Sprite’. Large growing, 8-10’ high by 7-8’ wide, dense, tightly branched habit. A male pollinator is required in order to get berries on a female plants. Where space is limited, it’s possible to plant the male and female plant together, thereby insuring berries and avoiding making a seperate space for the non-fruiting, male plant.

    ‘Mr Poppins’     Male pollinator for many verticillata varieties. 3’-4’ tall. Deer resistant.

    ‘Red Sprite’    A lower growing Winterberry, growing only 3-4ft. tall. Perfect for smaller locations where space is limited but where the year-round interest of a shrub is desired. The impressive fruit set covers the stems with bright red berries from late fall through winter adding bright color to the snowy winter landscape and providing food for birds. ‘Jim Dandy’ is a pollinator.

Ilex vert. 'Sunsplash'

Ilex verticilata ‘Sunsplash’      Waiting for this plant to fruit for the first time, I was a little anxious that there might be an over-the-top color clash between all those bright red berries and the yellow leaves. It did fruit and, not to worry, it was a surprisingly effective pairing, one that gets my thumbs up and one that would grab attention in any garden. A broad, rounded, densely branched structure with green leaves that are irregularly splashed with yellow. In fall, ",bright red berries mature and linger well into winter, if not eaten by birds. 6-10' tall with an equal spread. Can be kept smaller with pruning. The most favorable site would have rich, moist, acidic soil and full sun, some light shade is ok.  Zone 3.

Ilex x ‘Sparkleberry’    If you’re looking for a larger Winterberry, then this is the plant for you. A vigorous, upright form with spectacular, persistent fruit that often remains on the plant until march. May reach 12’ in height in 15 yrs., can be kept smaller with pruning. Easy to grow in average or better, acidic, moist but well drained soil. Best fruiting in sun. A male plant is required for pollination. The berry-laden stems are a delight in the winter landscape both to humans and to birds who will make a meal of the appealing fruit. Zone 4. I.’Southern Gentleman’ is the male pollinator. We have it for sale.

Itea v Little Henry 175

Itea virginiana ‘Little Henry’™     A lowering growing cultivar with profuse, very showy flowers in summer and brilliant fall foliage color. Grows to only 3’-4’ tall with a dense, upright-rounded, eventually arching habit. Very heavy blooming in late spring into summer, creating a spectacular show with a profusion of 3”-4” long, horizontal to pendulous, white racemes at the tip of every branch. Fall color is equally exciting when leaves take on rich red-purple tones. Best in sun with rich, consistently moist soil though plants will thrive in a wide range of soils. Plants have a suckering habit and, over time, will develop sizable colonies making them a good choice for flooding large areas with high impact color. Easy to grow and just about indistructable. Native. Zone 5. picture shows the characteristic brilliant fall color.

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