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Tree & Shrub Club: Ornamental Deciduous Shrubs

Ornamental shrubs are the backbone of any planned landscape. Shrubs can serve as a foil to showcase interplantings of perennials in garden borders, or soften the hard lines of foundations, offering a harmonious connection of the house to its natural surroundings. Still, some cultivars of shrubs make the most stunning impact when planted en mass,  giving the viewer a real treat for the eyes, appearing as though a great swath of delightful hues had been painted across the landscape. Whatever the application,  there’s certainly a shrub suited for it. Take a look- the variety here is amazing, and there’s a few we’re sure  you won’t find elsewhere.

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Shop for Ornamental Deciduous Shrubs:

Amelanchier alnifolia ‘Obelisk’: Obelisk Saskatoon Serviceberry

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Foliage rounded or oblong opening coppery red turning soft green in summer, richly coloured red and orange in autumn. Smothered with white flowers on upright racemes in May.

Size

Price

Order

2 gallon

34.80

 

3 gallon

42.05

 

Amelanchier alnifolia ‘Obelisk’: Obelisk Saskatoon Serviceberry

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White flowers with edible fruit.

Azalea sp.: Light Series Cultivars

Size

Price

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110cm7g

57.28

 

110cm10g

63.08

 

150cmCT

137.75

 

Azalea Pink 2
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Azalea Yellow 38

Cultivar

Description

Size

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’Lemon Lights’

Lemon-yellow flowers.

50cm 3gal

26.83

 

To see 5 more Azalea cultivars: CLICK HERE

Berberis thunbergii ‘Gentry’: Royal Burgundy Barberry

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Rich burgundy foliage turns red-black in fall.

Size

Price

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1 gallon

14.79

 

50cm3g

24.87

 

To see 8 more Barberry cultivars: CLICK HERE

Buddleia davidii ‘Adokeep’: Adonis Blue Butterfly Bush

Buddleia

Deep blue flowers of good size, with a delightful fragrance.

Size

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2 gallon

15.81

 

Caragana arborescens: Siberian Peashrub

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This shrub can withstand many tough conditions. Has yellow pea-like flowers in May.

Size

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60cm3g

18.49

 

Chaenomeles Crimson

Chaenomeles japonica: Japanese Flowering Quince Cultivars

Chaenomeles Orange

Cultivar

Description

Size

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’Japonica’

Japanese Flowering Quince. Low, spreading, densely-branched shrub. Orange-red to blood-red flowers in April.  Has thorns.  Use fruit for jellies/baking.

50cm 3gal

16.17

 

To see 3 more Chaenomeles cultivars: CLICK HERE

Clethra alnifolia: White Summersweet

Clethra alnifolia

Cultivar

Description

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’Hummingbird’

Hummingbird White Summersweet. Lustrous black-green leaves. White fragrant flowers. One of the finest deciduous shrubs available.  Good for wet sites.

30cm 2gal

16.86

 

To see 3 more Clethra cultivars: CLICK HERE

Cornus alba: Siberian Dogwood

Cornus variegated

Cultivar

Description

Size

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’Elegantissima’

Leaves with irregular creamy-white margins. Winter stems are red. A favorite stand-by.

1 gallon

8.56

 

50cm 3gal

15.08

 

110cm 7gal

42.05

 

To see 5 more Siberian Dogwood cultivars: CLICK HERE

Cornus alternifolia: Pagoda Dogwood

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Cultivar

Description

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‘Golden Shadows’

Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood. Leaves have a broad gold edge on a lime-green background. It is a strong grower with the classic layered habit of this species.

2 gallon

34.80

 

5 gallon

79.75

 

Cornus sericea ‘Baileyi’: Bailey Red Twig Dogwood

Cornus sericea Cardinal Red

White spring flowers followed by bluish fruit.  Rich green leaves turn reddish-purple in the fall, red twig.

Size

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1 gallon

8.56

 

50cm 3gal

15.08

 

100cm 3gal

17.76

 

To see 7 more Red Osier Dogwood cultivars: CLICK HERE

Cornus stolonifera: Red Dogwood

Cultivar

Description

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‘Farrow’

Arctic Fire Dogwood. A more compact red twig dogwood.

2 gallon

21.61

 

Cotinus coggygria: Smokebush

Cotinus coggygria

Cultivar

Description

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’Ancot’

Golden Spirit Smoke Tree. Bright golden-yellow leaves all season.  Orange-red fall colour.  Prefers moist sites.

30cm 2gal

22.48

 

To see 3 more Cotinus cultivars: CLICK HERE

Elaeagnus angustifolia: Russian Olive

Elaeagnus angustifolia

A beautiful, very hardy plant with silver foliage all season.  Sweet scented flowers in June.

Size

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3 gallon

17.26

 

Euonymus alatus: Burning Bush

Euonymus alatus full

Cultivar

Description

Size

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‘Compacta’

Dwarf Burning Bush. A dwarf compact variety, similar to alatus.

40cm 2gal

19.79

 

To see more Euonymus cultivars: CLICK HERE

Forsythia sp.: Forsythia

Forsythia

Cultivar

Description

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F. ovata ‘Northern Gold’

Northern Gold Forsythia. Upright growing shrub with gray-yellow branches. A hardy strain that has flowered in Morden, Manitoba.

1 gallon

8.56

 

To see 5 more Forsythia cultivars: CLICK HERE

Fothergilla gardenii: Dwarf Fothergilla

Fothergilla gardenii

Description

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Fragrant flowers bloom on this shrub in spring. Prefers acid, peaty, but well-drained soil.

40cm 2gal

30.81

 

7 gallon

68.15

 

Hammamelis x intermedia: Witch Hazel

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Cultivar

Description

Size

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‘Arnold’s Promise’

Arnold’s Promise Witch Hazel. One of the better yellow flowering cultivars. The large blooms are fragrant and long-lasting.

5 gallon

62.35

 

‘Diane’

Diane. Witch Hazel. Orange/red flowers and fall colour.

5 gallon

62.35

 

Hibiscus syriacus: Rose of Sharon

Hibiscus Rose Satin

Cultivar

Description

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‘Rose Satin’

Rose Satin Rose of Sharon. Large single, deep rose-pink flowers adorned with a prominent red center.

50cm 3g

22.84

 

To see 13 more Rose of Sharon cultivars: CLICK HERE

Hippophae rhamnoides: Sea Buckthorn

Hippophae rhamnoides
Hippophae rhamnoides habitat

Cultivar

Description

Size

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Species

Sea Buckthorn. Ornamental shrub best used in mass seashore or prairie plantings. Planting both sexes will assure berries.

3 gallon

18.71

 

’Hergo’

Hergo Sea Buckthorn (female). Upright with heavy branching. Light orange fruit. Productive mid-season variety.  Requires male pollinator.

3 gallon

17.98

 

‘Pollmix’

Pollmix Buckthorn (male). The pollinator for 'Hergo'.

3 gallon

17.98

 

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’: Annabelle Hydrangea

Hydrangea White

Description

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Large, solid globular heads flower freely on new wood mid-summer until frost. Prune each spring.

1 gallon

8.92

 

To see 4 more Hydrangea arborescens (Smooth Hydrangea) cultivars: CLICK HERE

Hydrangea macrophylla’Bailmer’: Endless Summer Hydrangea

Hydrangea pink and lilac

Description

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Blooms consistently on both old and new wood. Bronze foliage in fall.  Feed for best color.  Pink/mauve.

2 gallon

18.49

 

To see 20 more Hydrangea macrophylla (Big Leaf Hydrangea) cultivars: CLICK HERE

Hydrangea paniculata Grandiflora: PeeGee Hydrangea

Hydrangea paniculata

Description

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PeeGee Hydrangea. This very popular shrub produces huge cone-shaped white flowers changing to pink and bronze Aug/Oct.  Blooms on new wood.

40cm 2gal

14.72

 

To see 12 more Hydrangea paniculata (Panicle Hydrangea cultivars: CLICK HERE

Hypericum sp.: St. John`s Wort

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Description

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H. androsaemum ’Albury Purple’

Albury Purple St. John’s Wort. Small mounding shrub.  Yellow flowers in the summer new growth is purple-red.

40cm 2gal

21.03

 

H. inodorum ’Kolmaglor’

First Editions Glory Hypericum. Creamy caramel coloured berries.

2 gallon

34.44

 

H. kalmianum ’Ames’

 

 

 

Ames St. John’s Wort. A very hardy, tightly mounded shrub with masses of golden yellow flowers in mid-summer.

2 gallon

13.63

 

Ilex verticillata: Winterberry Holly

Ilex verticillata

Description

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Deciduous holly noted for profusion of scarlet winter berries and yellow tinged foliage in fall.

40cm 2gal

16.68

 

Kerria japonica ‘Pleniflora’: Double Flowering Japanese Kerria

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Description

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A profusion of June flowers adorn graceful drooping branches. Bark dark green in winter.

60cm 2gal

15.81

 

Lonicera x honeyrose: Honeyrose Honeysuckle

Lonicera x Honeyrose

Description

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Clusters of deep rosy red flowers and deep blue-green foliage.

7 gallon

39.15

 

Philadelphus coronarius ‘Aureus’: Golden Mock Orange

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Description

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A popular shrub used for its contrasting colour. Golden foliage is retained if in slight shade.

30cm 2g

15.44

 

To see 4 more Philadephus species plants: CLICK HERE

Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Burgundy Candy’: Burgundy Candy Ninebark

Physocarpus opulifolius Bloom

Description

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Rich burgundy-red foliage is persistent from Spring until Fall. White blooms in Spring. Compact habit is excellent for foundation and shrub border use. Tolerant of mildew.

50cm 3g

21.39

 

To see 7 more Physocarpus opulifolius cultivars: CLICK HERE

Potentilla fruticosa ‘Abbotswood’: Abottswood Potentilla

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Description

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Extra fine small foliage excellent for a hedge. A showy display of white blooms that lasts into late fall.

30cm 2g

11.82

 

To see 9 more Potentilla fruticosa cultivars: CLICK HERE

Prunus triloba ‘Plena’: Dwarf Flowering Almond

Prunus triloba full

Description

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Large cumbersome shrub. Flowers pink in April : leaves turn yellow to bronze in fall.

50cm 3g

17.04

 

80cm 3g

19.94

 

Prunus x cistena: Purpleleaf Sandcherry

Prunus x cistena

Description

Size

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An old standby. Flowers in spring are fragrant and pink. Foliage is red.

1 gallon

8.92

 

Rhus typhina: Staghorn Sumac

Rhus typhina foliage

Cultivar

Description

Size

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’Balitiger’

Tiger Eyes Cut-leaf Staghorn Sumac. New green growth changes quickly to yellow. Branches angle upward.

50cm 3g

25.23

 

’Dissecta’

Cut-leaf Staghorn Sumac. Well-known for its attractive long finely cut leaves which become a beautiful autumn colour.

60cm 3g

18.13

 

80cm 3g

20.30

 

Ribes sp.: Currant

Ribes alpinum currants
Ribes alpinum

Species

Description

Size

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alpinum

Alpine Currant. Excellent for shade/sun.  Medium height hedge. Dense foliage retains its symmetrical shape.

1 gallon

8.56

 

60cm 3g

13.99

 

americanum

American Black Currant. A hardy, native shrub for woodland gardens.

1 gallon

8.56

 

aureum

Yellow Flowering Currant. A very useful shrub for shade or sun.  Valued for its foliage and flowers. Scarlet fall colour.

60cm 3g

14.36

 

Salix sp.: Willow

Salix Pussywillow

Species

Description

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alba ’Flame’

Flame Willow. Brilliant orange-red bark in winter, yellow fall colour.

60cm 3g

16.53

 

caprea

French Pussy Willow. Large catkins (pussy willows) in early spring, followed by golden-yellow stamens.

7 gallon

36.25

 

caprea ’Tricolour’

Tricolour Willow. Leaves dull green with marble pink and cream variegation.

7 gallon

42.05

 

integra ’Hakuro Nishiki’

Hakuro Nishiki Dappled Willow. Shining pink branchlets, translucent leaves and mottled leaves make this a striking ornamental.

2 gallon

12.18

 

Sambucus racemosa ‘Sutherland’: Sutherland Red Elder

smabucus canadensis aurea

Description

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A cultivar with golden, yellow, finely cut leaflets. Holds its color well.

2 gallon

19.94

 

To see 7 more Sambucus cultivars:  CLICK HERE

Sorbaria sorbifolia: False Spirea

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Description

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Vigorous spreader shrub, ash-leaved foliage, and 10 cm white flower clusters in July.

2 gallon

12.18

 

Spiraea x bumalda ‘Anthony Waterer’: Anthony Waterer Spirea

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Description

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An indispensable dwarf shrub with broad heads of hot pink flowers in profusion in July.  Great for borders.

1 gallon

8.56

 

To see 21 more Spirea cultivars: CLICK HERE

Stephanandra incisa crispa: Cutleaf Stephanandra

Description

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Excellent as a ground cover, roots wherever it touches the ground.  Good in moist soils.  White flowers May-June.

2 gallon

12.88

 

50cm 3g

15.44

 

Symphoricarpos hybrids: Coralberry

Symphoricapos albus

Hybrid

Description

Size

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x chenaulti ’Hancock’

Hancock Coralberry. A prostrate selection with graceful, fine foliage. Useful as a ground cover.  Pink berries.  Tolerant of dry sites.

1 gallon

8.56

 

50cm 3g

14.36

 

x doorenbosii ’Marleen’

Marleen Coralberry. Has slightly bent branches with blue-green leaves. Small, whitish pink flowers appear from June into September, and  produces bright purple to pink berries in the fall.

50cm 3g

18.49

 

Syringa patula ‘Miss Kim’: Miss Kim Lilac

syringa patula Miss Kim

Description

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A hardy fragrant lilac.  Blooms when others have finished with pale pink coloured flowers.

80cm 3g

23.06

 

110cm CT

71.05

 

To see 33 more Syringa cultivars: CLICK HERE

Tamarix ramosissima: Tamarix

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Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

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’Pink Cascade’

Tiger Eyes Cut-leaf Staghorn Sumac. New green growth changes quickly to yellow. Branches angle upward.

2 gallon

17.04

 

’Summer Glow’

Cut-leaf Staghorn Sumac. Well-known for its attractive long finely cut leaves which become a beautiful autumn colour.

50cm 3g

15.59

 

Viburnum lantana: Wayfaring Tree

Viburnum lantana

Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

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’Mohican’

Mohican Wayfaring Tree. Compact growth suitable for hedging. Orange-red berries in early July turn to black in fall.  White flowers April-May.

80cm 3gal

19.94

 

To see 17 more Viburnum cultivars: CLICK HERE

Weigela florida: Weigela

weigela

Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

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’Alexandra’

Wine and Roses Weigela. Dark burgundy-purple leaves and hot pink-rose coloured flowers.  Disease resistant.

60cm 3gal

20.16

 

To see 18 more Weigela cultivars: CLICK HERE