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Magnolia 'Coral Lake'
  • Common Name: Coral Lake Magnolia
  • This is a faster-growing, upright tree with pretty, light blush-pink flowers. These appear in spring, usually later than the early blooming magnolias. Does bloom before the green leaves are fully expanded. Grows fast, 12"+ annually

Magnolia 'Kiki's Broom'
  • Common Name: Magnolia
  • A slow-growing, globe-shaped deciduous tree. Flowers are small, creamy white and pink, and are produced in abundance. Originated as a witch's broom.

Mahonia 'Arthur Menzies'
  • Common Name: Hybrid Mahonia
  • An evergreen shrub with bold green leaves and spiny leaflets. Erect bright yellow flower clusters appear early in winter followed by small blue berries.

Mahonia 'Charity'
  • Common Name: Hybrid Mahonia
  • A small evergreen shrub with leathery green leaves and spiny leaflets. Fragrant yellow flowers emerge mid-winter followed by clusters of small blue berries

Metasequoia glyptostroboides 'Bonsai'
  • Common Name: Dawn Redwood
  • A dwarf miniature conifer with soft, short green needles. Fall color is vivid yellow. From seedling origin it can grow as a low spreading bush, or can be staked to form a small weeping tree. The original plant is growing at the Morris Arboretum, a gift from the late John Kuser.

Metasequoia glyptostroboides 'Matthaei Broom'
  • Common Name: Dawn Redwood
  • A compact deciduous conifer which originated as a witch's broom mutation. Foliage has a rich yellow-orange cast.

Metasequoia glyptostroboides 'Miss Grace'
  • Common Name: Dawn Redwood
  • A small, deciduous conifer with gracefully-weeping branches. Refined gray-green foliage in summer, strong orange in autumn.

Metasequoia glyptostroboides 'North Light'
  • Common Name: Dawn Redwood
  • Known in Europe as 'Schirrmann's Nordlicht'. A delightful dwarf deciduous conifer originating as a witch's broom mutation on M.g. 'White Spot'. Forms a dense round ball with pretty cream-white needles.