Each item has a short description, but for photos and more information about a specific shrub click the name of that shrub, and it will take you to a more detailed PDF about it. You can call 515-991-6617 or 515-554-5292 to check on the availability of individual shrubs.
- Redosier Dogwood (Cornus sericea) - The Redoiser Dogwood is best known, not for its leaves, but for its branches. The stems are bright red, which in wintertime, shine brightly against a snowy backdrop. It also has tiny white flowers that bloom in late spring that give way to tiny white drupes that wildlife enjoy.
- Strawberry Daiquiri Dogwood (Cornus alba ‘Stdazam’) - A year-round beauty. It has a beautiful green and cream variegated leaf. It also has red stems that stick out in the winter against the snowy backdrop. Fall is no exception, mix of pinks, white, and purple shades.
- American Cranberrybush Viburnum (Viburnum trilobum) - The American Cranberry Bush is a beautiful shrub with green foliage that offers fragrant white flowers in the late spring. It also offers a small edible berry that can be eaten or used for jams and jellies.
- Arrowwood Viburnum (Viburnum dentatum) - The Arrowwood Viburnum gets its name from the Native Americans who potentially used their shafts for arrows. It has white flowers in the spring that give way to the bluish-black berries that are attractive to wildlife and birds. The Arrowwood Viburnum also has a yellow, orange, and red fall color.
- Blackhaw Viburnum (Viburnum prunifolium) - The Blackhaw Viburnum is slightly smaller than the other viburnums we offer. Has white flowers in the late spring, and a small blue berry in the fall that persists till winter. It also offers a reddish leaf in the fall.
- Nannyberry Viburnum (Viburnum lentago) - The Nannyberry Viburnum has pretty white non-fragrant flowers that bloom in the spring, and its dense branches and bright green leaves provide nice coverage. After the flowers bloom the give way to small berries that can be eaten or used in jellies and jams.
- Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus) - The Burning Bush is best known for its beautiful fall color. Leaves turn a vibrant red color that is stunning.. During the spring and summer the nice branch structure and green color also appeal to the eye.
- Common Lilac (Syringa vulgaris) - The Common Lilac has one of most appetizing scents produced by flowers. The scent makes them very popular for landscapes. Besides the beautiful flowers that are produced in late spring, it also has appealing green leaves that provide dense cover.
- Roselow Sargent Crabapple (Malus sargentii) - The Roselow Sargent Crabapple is a small shrub variety of crabapple. It has white flowers in spring, which are followed by small red crabapples. The Roselow Sargent Crabapple is small enough to fit into many garden spaces.
- Wine & Roses Weigela (Weigela florida 'Alexandra') - This beautiful little shrub offers year round color. In the early spring it has pink flowers that engulf the shrub. In spring and summer it has a glossy burgundy foliage. In the fall it offers a deeper red-purple color. All around this shrub is showy and an eye-catcher.