What's new for 2010.
Sugar Tyme is one of the most popular crabapple trees ever. In fact, ten years ago it won the Michigan Grower’s Choice Award.
Make the most of your Christmas tree—recycle it!
You might have trouble hanging ornaments on it, but just think how beautiful it'll look in your garden next year.
As tough as it is pretty, you’ll find pink clouds of muhly grass on poor soils and slopes, and in heat and drought.
A native Southeastern shrub with brilliant purple fruit and fuzzy green leaves.
A North American native with shiny leaves that turn red to reddish purple in autumn, often decorated with dark blue-black fruit at the same time.
Korean Mountain Ash is covered with clusters of white flowers in the spring, bright red or orange fruit in summer and fall, and gray, beechlike bark in the winter.
The compound leaves of this suckering shrub are yellow to golden-green, and it carries clusters of fragrant white flowers in spring and red berrylike fruits in the fall.
A North American native that offers edible fruit, pretty green leaves that turn red-purple in fall, and yellow spring flowers with a strong spicy fragrance.