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.
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.
Chi-Chi (aka Tschi Tschi) - Semi-dwarf form of gingko. Form a dense rounded shrub and is excellent for containers and small gardens.
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.
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.
Akebia - These semi-evergreen vines from China and Japan are at the top of the list for Unusual. They set fruit best with polinator; we have selected two hybrids: "Purple Rose" with fragant, reddish-purple flowers and `Shiro Bana', a double blooming white variety.
Beauty berry (Callicarpa bodinieri 'Profusion') - Profuse clusters of small lilac-purple berries adorn this mid-sized bush in the fall. Callicarpa can be shaped into a small tree. Beautyberries are edible. The leaves turn a lovely rose color before they drop. Photo taken at Wildwood Farm mid-October.
Goji berry (Lycium barbarum) - Already familiar to many health-conscious folks, this Chinese native has a long list of credentials. The bright red berries are high in antioxidants, have more carotene than carrots, and contain all essential amino acids. On top of all that, the self-fertile shrub that produces Gojis is an attractive accent to your landscape. It is medium sized (5 feet tall or so) and drought-resisitant. Also known as Wolfberry.
Goumi (Eleagnus multiflora) - "Sweet Scarlet," is a Ukrainian variety that gets rave reviews; and we have just added it to our inventory. The six foot bush bears a multitude of red, juicy, slightly tart fruits in August. Added bonus: the Goumi tolerates all kinds of soils and fixes nitrogen.
Pomegranate (Punica granatum) - "Haku botan" is from Japan. This striking small shrub has double white flowers throughout the summer and plentiful low acid creamy white fruit in the fall.
Sea Berry - Be among he first to discover this plant which is already highly prized in Europe and Asia. It produces a bright orange berry which is a source of vitamins C, A and E. It is reputedly the source of a medicinally valuable oil. An ornamental with gray-green foliage, the Sea Berry can tolerate sandy or gravely soils.