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Product Name Price
Fragrant Trees & Shrubs
Acer ginnala - AMUR MAPLE
$2.00
A very tough and beautiful small maple from the Amur river region of northern China. Not only does it have bright red autumn foliage, but the winged seeds (keys) are red much of the summer and–uncommon among maples–the flowers are sweetly fragrant. Zone 2.

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Fragrant Trees & Shrubs
Acer griseum - PAPERBARK MAPLE
$2.50
An aristocrat of the Maple family, this small tree with its exfoliating cinnamon bark, trifoliate leaves and red fall color is beautiful in any season. Zone 5.

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Fragrant Trees & Shrubs
Acer hybrid - EURASIAN MAPLE
$2.50
This useful new maple is actually a hybrid between the Norway Maple (which occurs through Europe into the Middle East) and the Shantung Maple from China and Korea. It seems to have inherited some of the better characteristics from both parents. From the Shantung comes its purple blush to the spring growth, its lovely yellow-orange-red fall color and samaras sometimes artistically marked with purple spots. From the Norway it receives its more arboreal habit, rapid growth rate and hardiness. Likely at least zone 4 hardiness.
Fragrant Trees & Shrubs
Acer leucoderme - CHALKBARK MAPLE
$2.50
Native to the SE US, it is rarely seen elsewhere. A small tree related to sugar maple, with more refined leaves and similar fall colors. It is shade tolerant, drought resistant and adapted to calcareous soils–what more could one ask. The chalk colored bark is due to a lichen–a lovely tree. Zone 5.
Fragrant Trees & Shrubs
Acer miyabei - MIYABE MAPLE
$2.50
A rather rare small to medium sized maple that is native to the northern island of Japan, Hokkaido. It is a fairly dense, rounded tree that is somewhat similar to the European Hedge Maple to which it is closely related and shares the characteristic milky sap. It has of late been promoted in the midwest as a fairly tough, tolerant shade tree of medium to fast growth rate for use in urban situations. It is earlier coloring and more dependable for its clear yellow fall color than its European cousin. At least zone 5.
Fragrant Trees & Shrubs
Acer mono - PAINTED MAPLE
$2.50
Though rarely seen in this country, this rather elegant small to medium sized tree has a wide natural range from China through Manchuria, Mongolia, Siberia, and Korea to northern Japan. In the form offered here the leaf is especially graceful with three narrow pointed lobes with the central one considerably longer that the other two. In the fall the leaves turn a clear yellow shaded red at the margins giving rise to its common name. It should make a fine-textured rounded shade tree with spreading canopy. Hardy to at least zone 5.
Fragrant Trees & Shrubs
Acer palmatum - JAPANESE MAPLE
$2.50
This seed is from the variety ‘Atropurpurea’ which retains the red coloring in its leaves throughout the growing season and seems to fairly true from seed. The leaves emerge bright red in the spring, turn a bronze-burgundy for the summer and then die off a brilliant scarlet in the fall. This is an old variety but well worth growing as it one of the hardiest of Japanese maples. Growing to about 15 feet, it has been perfectly hardy here-zone 5. Ten seeds.

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Acer saccharum - CADDO SUGAR MAPLE
$2.50
. . Here offered is seed from the Caddo county canyons in OK that we have been growing for some years. It is a smaller tree than its northern cousin and more tolerant of hotter, drier conditions so would be useful in areas south and west of the common Sugar Maple's natural habitat. With the beautiful fall color of the regular Sugar Maple, it has been perfectly hardy here for many years–zone 5.
Fragrant Trees & Shrubs
Acer triflorum - THREE-FLOWERED MAPLE
$2.50
This tree was once so rare it had to be grafted onto Paperbark maple as one of the only suitable understocks–which kept it rare. The seed offered here is from the best of my trees with wonderful golden flaking bark. A lovely smaller maple from Manchuria and Korea with superb fall color–think Sugar Maple in pastels. Zone 4.

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Albizia julibrissin ‘Ernest Wilson’ - MIMOSA
$2.50
Or Silktree, is commonly seen in the South, but is a real pleasure to behold in zone 5. The variety ‘Ernest Wilson’ aka ‘Rosea’ has been blooming all summer long in our gardens for many years. The red powder-puff flowers have a fragrance that reminds me of ripe peaches and are very attractive to Swallowtail and other butterflies. In China it is known as the Happiness Tree and is an important medicinal plant. Zone 5 when established.

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Allium schoenoprasum ‘Album’ - CHIVES, WHITE-FLWD
$2.50
This will be a wonderful addition to the herb garden or border with its snow-white flowers with fine green vertical lines at the folds on plants to one foot. It has been a shy seeder for us and I have found no volunteer plants as yet. Very hardy (zone 3) and easy to grow. Few seeds
Fragrant Trees & Shrubs
Alnus g. ‘Rubrinervia’ - REDVEIN BLACK ALDER
$2.00
A beautiful fast growing and adaptable tree especially suitable for planting in low wet areas though it tolerates drier soils. Veins and petioles of the leaves red as well as in the