Ginkgos, Conifers & More
Abies koreana "Silberlocke" - Dwarf fir. "Silberlocke" typically grows as a compact pyramid to 8' tall during the first 10 years. It features recurved needles which showcase the silvery undersides of the needles. Early purple cone production. Young plants need protection from sun. Prefers sun in well-drained soil when mature. Hardy to USDA zone 3. Also Available Online
Cotinus coggygria "Golden Spirit" - Glowing golden-green leaves are the enticement on this new, patented smoke tree. It seems as if it will be a small bush/tree at maturity. A perfect accent for the small garden bed or rock garden.
Cotinus coggygria "Purple Robe" - Deeper red tones than the species on this tree. Smokey pink flowers illustrate the name.
Cotinus "Grace" - Grace hybrid Smokebush. The pink flower clusters that Grace produces in the spring are stupendous. They are at least 14 " long and 12 inches wide. The leaves on this hybrid are slightly larger than on other smoke bushes. They glow with an orange/pink cast in early spring and turn orange/red in fall.
Daphne genkwa - Lilac Daphne - Long wands of dazzling lilac-purple flowers appear in spring before the leaves. These prolific blooms, which completely cover the twigs, are excellent for cutting. This daphne, native to China, forms a compact shrub about 3 feet tall by 3 feet wide. Enjoys the heat!
Daphne odora "Marginata" - This dense, mounding shrub remains tidy looking year 'round. Glossy dark green foliage is edged in creamy white The distinctive fragrance of the flowers is a welcome harbinger of spring.
Daphne transatlantica "Summer Ice" - The white and green variegated leaves are a bit smaller than those of Daphne o. `Marginata.' Pale pink flowers are fragrant - and they appear in early summer and repeat from summer through fall.
Davidia involucrata - The Handkerchief Tree or Dove Tree flowers in extraordinary large white swatches.
Davidia involucrata "Lady Sunshine" - the slightly ruffled leaf has a generous gold margin that evolves to a cream-colored margin as the season progresses. As with the hybrid "Sonoma", this Davidia will bloom at an early age. New & rare.
Davidia involucrata "Sonoma" - This is an amazing cultivar; flowers appear on very young trees.
Native to China, Ginkgo biloba is the sole living survivor of an ancient family whose ancestors thrived over 100 million years ago. The fan-shaped leaf resembles the Maidenhair fern; thus, the common name: Maidenhair Tree. Our dwarf and semi dwarf ginkgo biloba trees are grafted. Therefore you need not be concerned about purchasing a female tree that might produce fruit with a strong, offensive odor. The foliage turns a lovely clear yellow in the fall before it falls. Ginkgo biloba is hardy too—30° F and is suitable for most soils.
Pricing: All of the trees below are dwarf and semi-dwarf forms; many of them are new introductions and are very rare; they range in price from $55 to $110 in one gallon containers. A few varieties are available in larger size. Please inquire.
Beijing Gold - Dwarf. Bands of white and gold fan out over this small leaf with typical ginkgo shape.
Chase Manhattan - Semi-dwarf form of Ginkgo.
Elmwood Upright - New introduction with narrow, columnar habit. Semi-dwarf.
Gnome - Dense, dwarf ginkgo. This form originated as a male seedling. The branches are thick with extremely short internodes. Good for bonsai training or permanent container planting. Also Available Online
Jade Butterfly - Large, scalloped leaves are divided almost in two in the center evoking the image of fluttering butterflies. As a semi-dwarf ginkgo, one can expect a height of 9-12 feet in about ten years—less if grown in a container.
Jehosephat - Very dense and very slow growing. Expect a height of 6-8 feet in ten years. Height, as with all dwarf and semi dwarf ginkgos is variable depending on climate, soil conditions, fertilizer, and so forth.
Majestic Butterfly - This introduction is a variant of Jade Butterfly.
Mariken - This unique ginkgo naturally grows in a tight, globe shape. It is a dwarf yet has a typical leaf size. Mariken is slower growing than Spring Grove.
Munchkin - Tiny leaves and twiggy branches. Munchkin is slow growing to around three feet in ten years. This may be the smallest growing of the dwarf ginkgos.
Robbie's Twist - New dwarf introduction. Habit is upright and columnar.
Slovakian Princess – Very new dwarf introduction. Growth is in millimeters. The habit is dense. We are awaiting further information on this charming, royal cultivar.
Spring Grove - This small growing ginkgo has been developed and grown for several years. Spring Grove has earned the praise of gardeners and nursery people throughout the world. A time-tested winner.
Sunstream - Leaves with irregular yellow-gold streaks are eye-catching all spring and summer. A recent introduction by Gary Handy, this sturdy little ginkgo is cheerful and lights up a small planting area. Rare.
Thelma - Semi-dwarf. Some leaves emerge fringed, some are rolled. The same tree will display lacy foliage right next to small, rolled leaves . Thelma is pretty wild.
Troll - Small, deep green foliage is arranged in irregular clumps. The foliage also appears very dense. Dwarf.
We offer beech, maple and evergreen trees pruned and maintained in bonsai style. Inquire for details.