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Perennial Plants

Bunchberry

Bunchberry sold out for orders received after 12/15/21
L696 Cornus canadensis 3–8" tall. Woodland native with creamy-white flowers that form clusters of edible scarlet berries. Stunning en masse. Attracts wildlife. Z2. read more

Small Trees and Shrubs

Cornelian Cherries

Cornelian Cherry
‘Elegant’ low stock
463 Cornus mas 20-25' x 15-20'. Selected for good fresh-eating flavor. 1¼" fruit has slender elongated shape. Begins ripening late August in Maine. Z4/5. read more
‘Pioneer’ sold out
464 Cornus mas 20-25' x 15-20'. More tart than Elegant but better for processing. 1½" long fruit with pronounced fat pear shape. Firm flesh is easy to pit. Z4/5. read more
Cornelian Cherry
Cornelian Cherry Seedling low stock
465 Cornus mas 20-25' x 15-20'. Bright red pear-shaped edible fruit. Each seedling will be unique. Will pollinate each other and any named cornelian cherry cultivar. Z4/5. read more

Dogwoods

Dogwood
Kousa Dogwood low stock
462 Cornus kousa var. chinensis 20-30' x same. Horizontally spreading small tree. Layers of blossoms last up to 6 weeks in early summer. Edible fruit. Colorful fall foliage. Z4. read more
Dogwood
Pagoda Dogwood sold out
461 Cornus alternifolia 20' x 30-35'. Small tree or large multi-stemmed shrub with tiers of horizontal branches and fragrant white 2-3" flower clusters. Z3. read more
Dogwood
Redosier Dogwood
466 Cornus sericea 8-10'. Multi-stemmed spreading shrub excellent for hedges and borders. Red stems admirable in the winter. Valuable native wildlife plant. Z2. read more
Dogwood
Roundleaf Dogwood
484 Cornus rugosa 6-10'. Rare native shrub or small tree found in woodland understories, forest edges and riparian floodplains in North Eastern and Central U.S. Great for shade gardens, steep slopes and hedges. Z4. read more
Dogwood
Silky Dogwood
483 Cornus amomum 8-12' x same. Large rounded long-limbed shrub. Effective for erosion control, wildlife or pollinator habitat. Maroon bark visible in winter. Suckers and spreads. Native to eastern U.S. Z4. read more