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Fir, Korean
Abies koreana,
Abies koreana is a loosely pyramidal evergreen tree identified by its short, plump needles that are green on top with a silver-lined underside. Small dark-violet cones, appearing in spring, mimic...
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Fir, Nordmann
Abies nordmanniana,
Abies nordmanniana, a disease and insect resistant fir, is better adapted to the warm climate of the Delaware Valley and the broader region the Gold Medal program serves than other members of...
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Florida Anise
Illicium floridanum, 'Halleys Comet'
A deer-proof, evergreen, native to the southeastern U.S., Florida Anise produces 4” long dark green leaves (similar to Rhododendron), which emit a strong pleasant fragrance when bruised. Outperforming...
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Fothergilla, Dwarf
Fothergilla gardenii, '‘Blue Mist'
Fothergilla gardenii ‘Blue Mist’ matures at 3’ to 4’ with white bottlebrush-shaped flowers and the added attraction of blue-green foliage. ‘Blue Mist’ is easily propagated and will grow in full...
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Fragrant Sumac
Rhus aromatica, 'Gro-Low'
A dense, wide-spreading, groundcover with attractive aromatic, glossy-green foliage that turns amazing shades of reds and oranges in fall. Small, yellow flowers (panicles) appear in early spring...
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Gold Rush Dawn Redwood
Metasequoia glyptostroboides, 'Ogon'
This is a bright-yellow-needled cultivar of the majestic “living fossil”. Growing lightly smaller and slower than the species, ‘Ogon’, also known as ‘Gold Rush’, contrasts well with blues and...
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Golden Rain Tree
Koelreuteria paniculata, ‘Rose Lantern’
The bright yellow flowers of Koelreuteria paniculata ‘Rose Lantern’ provide this tree with its common name—Golden Rain Tree. The glory of ‘Rose Lantern’ is its late bloom period—August through...
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Hawthorn, Green
Crataegus viridis, ‘Winter King’
Crataegus viridis ‘Winter King’ (Green Hawthorn) is resistant to cedar-apple rust and air pollution and tolerates heavy pruning. Masses of white flowers cover the tree each spring, followed in...
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Holly, American
Ilex opaca,
Ilex opaca (American Holly) is a large shrub or tree, generally pyramidal, with alternating spiny evergreen leaves. In October, this native produces red berry-like fruit that persists into winter....
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Holly, Hybrid Winterberry
Ilex, ‘Sparkleberry’
Ilex ‘Sparkleberry’ is valued for its superior fruit production. A large, multi-stemmed deciduous holly with brilliant red berries often lasting through the winter, ‘Sparkleberry’ will grow to...
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