Product code: 10143
Korean Pine nuts are the most commonly sold pine nut in international commerce. Fresh (shelled) pine nuts often sell for as much as $25/lb. Also known as pignoli nuts, Korean pine seeds can be consumed as a healthy source of protein.
Product code: 4468
Fragrant white spring flowers, shiny reddish-brown bark and edible scarlet fruit make the Nanking cherry a favorite for mass plantings and borders. This is a vigorous, adaptable shrub particularly suited to the cold winters and hot summers.
Product code: 758
Fig trees are all self-fertile and very productive. A fertile well-drained soil is recommended along with plentiful sunlight for maximum production. The chill hour requirements are few, if any, and most varieties are cold tolerant at least to 20 degrees.
Product code: 3522
From Japan and China, where it can be found climbing to the tops of the tallest trees, comes this rather fine, strong-growing, twining climber with bristly-toothed leaves and bearing in summer clusters of three or so fragrant.
Product code: 3050
Punica granatum is native to the area from Iran to the Himalayas. It grows up to 5-6 meters high. It has a marvelous naturally-twisting style trunk that very easily adopts a gnarled, ancient appearance.
Product code: 1168
Cydonia oblonga shrub or a small tree cultivated in Afghanistan, N.W.F. Province, Punjab, Kashmir and Nilgiris. The plant attains a height of 4-6 mt. Young branchlets are covered with a pale grayish wool.
Product code: 13577
The variety is self-fertile, the fruits are large, broadly rounded, weighing 8-9 grams, the pulp is light creamy, dense, of high
Product code: 12260
Plums as lovely as they are delicious. Attractive flowering trees produce a mouth-watering harvest of large, oblong purple fruits with succulent greenish-yellow flesh that turns red when cooked. Fruits are blessed with lovely intense flavor and sweetness.
Product code: 12257
Grow your own apricot fruit. The Apricot tree grows to 26-39 feet tall. The Apricot is slightly more cold hardy than the Peach tree and can tolerate winters up to - 30 degrees or lower if healthy.
Product code: 12255
Prunus serotina, commonly called Black Cherry, Wild Black Cherry, Rum Cherry, or Mountain Black Cherry, is a woody plant species belonging to the genus Prunus. This cherry is native to eastern North America from southern Quebec and Ontario south.
Product code: 12256
We offer most of our sweet cherry trees on both standard (Mazzard) and dwarfing (Gisela) rootstocks. Mazzard rootstocks produce a vigorous tree with excellent anchorage and will begin bearing in 3 to 4 years. Mature trees will be 25 feet tall or more.
Product code: 3676
Morus Alba, commonly known as White Mulberry, is native to China. White Mulberry is a small- to medium-sized, fast-growing, deciduous tree. Its leaves have been used in China since 2600 B.C. as the primary diet for silkworms used to make silk.
Product code: 6841
A deciduous tree native to China and Japan, it is overall an oval-canopied tree but some specimens can become quite widely spreading with sprawling branches. Its gray-brown bark exfoliates in vertical bands, adding winter and spring interest.
Product code: 5438
These small trees are found in North America, northern Asia, and in Europe, generally in forested and mountainous areas. The berries have a crown, this is important because no berry that has a crown is known to be poisonous.
Product code: 12427
The Heart Nut tree is named for the shape of the nut - a flattened heart-shaped nut that easily splits into two halves, like two sides of a locket. Native to Japan, it is also known as Japanese Walnut, but it is well suited to our Northern climates.
Product code: 6525
Honeylocust is a fast growing deciduous flowering tree which is very tolerant of alkaline soils, salty soils and urban conditions. Young specimens can put on 2 to 3 feet of growth per year. Honeylocust usually obtains a height of 40 to 80 feet.
Product code: 15124
The yew berry is also called greenwood or mahogany, it is a coniferous tree from the Yew family, the yew berry is quite attractive, has an unusual pyramidal crown, the main feature of the plant is its lifespan.
Product code: 15125
Most often used as a rootstock for roses, it is also used by landscape designers for landscaping city parks, as it not only decorates the site, but also fills it with a pleasant aroma, and is suitable for forming hedges.
Product code: 5919
Due to the variety of crown shapes, dwarf cedar is defined as a shrub, bush-like tree or "half-bush-half-tree", and its thickets are called creeping forests, stale cedars and cedar pine forests.
Product code: 4275
Pinus siberica belongs to the family of the Pinaceae, the pine trees. This pine tree species is native to Siberia. Due to that is also known as Siberian yellow pine. In Siberia it occurs in big populations that cover big areas. Those populations are mostl
Product code: 12430
Native to the eastern and central regions of North America. Bur oak is a long-lived, large deciduous tree with a massive trunk and furrowed bark. It is an attractive and resilient ornamental tree which grows well in cities.
Product code: 12429
The Butternut tree is really something special! Not only is it a striking shade tree, it's also a wonderful food source. Similar in appearance to Black Walnut, Butternut is sometimes called White Walnut because of the light colour of the bark and wood.
Product code: 12432
Carya laciniosa (Kingnut Hickory / Shellbark Hickory) is a slow-growing tree from the Walnut Family. Shellbark Hickory enjoys partial to full sun and moist conditions in deep loam or silt soils.
Product code: 12431
Hickories are related to walnuts and have similar growing requirements. They prefer full sun to partial shade and grow best in soil that is deep, fertile, and moist but well-drained. Shagbark hickories produce a long taproot.
Product code: 12425
Tree to 15 m tall, with trunk to 0.6 m in diameter. Bark light gray, becoming scaly with age and ultimately slightly furrowed at the base. Branchlets without hairs, slightly grooved between the leaf bases. Buds 4-5(-9) mm long, not prominently resinous.
Product code: 12426
Noble fir is native to a limited area on the Pacific Coast region of North America, growing in the Cascades from the northern border of the state of Washington south to the border between Oregon and California.
Product code: 12424
Manchurian Fir (Abies holophylla) The Manchurian Fir tree is native to mountain regions of Russia, Northern Korea and China. It grows in elevations up to 5,000 feet. The Manchurian Fir tree grows in pyramidal form up to 100 feet tall.
Product code: 12423
Balsam fir is a native tree of Canada and grows to be a medium sized tree typically ranging from 15-20 m (50-66') in height. It makes a nice specimen for larger landscapes and is of considerable importance in the Christmas tree trade.
Product code: 12422
The highlands of Greece reveal stands of this tall evergreen conifer, appropriately known as the Grecian fir. It grows on calcareous and alkaline soils at elevations between 1,800 and 7,000 feet. When mature, the tree's silhouette is tall.
Product code: 12420
The Nordmann Fir has very dark green needles and dark bark. It has horizontal branching and a dense habit. It is often used as a Christmas tree in Europe and can be grown in a container for several years.
Product code: 12259
An ancient hybrid escaped from gardens, cherry plum is a small, rounded deciduous tree found throughout southern Europe and southwestern Asia. In spring, it covers itself with white or light pink flowers.
Product code: 12434
Perennial woody vine. Native to Manchuria, northeastern China and Japan. The odoriferous pink or white flowers give way to bright red fruit which droops down in clusters from the vine. This is known as the many-flavored berry.
Product code: 12433
It is a large deciduous tree , growing up to 35 meters tall (exceptionally to 47 m), with a trunk up to 1 m diameter. The leaves are 15-30 cm long, pinnate, with 7-11 leaflets, each leaflet lanceolate, 7-13 cm long.
Product code: 12439
An adaptable and easy-to-grow tree, flowering ash is dazzling with the fluffy white fragrant clusters of tiny blossoms in late spring or early summer and yellow and purple fall foliage. A round-canopy deciduous tree.
Product code: 12442
A tree reaching a height of 30-40 m with a trunk diameter of 80-100 cm, a conical or irregular crown, with proper pruning, shaping, can be used to create decorative, weeping forms, and is also widely used for bonsai.
Product code: 12438
This apple occurs in the mountains of Russian Central Asia and bordering parts of China. It is recognised as a species in Fl. SSSR, near to M. sieversii, of which it may only be a colour variant.
Product code: 12436
Today, Empress Tree is primarily grown as an ornamental tree for its large leaves and beautiful purple blooms that show in spring and early summer.
Product code: 12435
The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects. It is noted for attracting wildlife. The bark is pale grey-brown and irregularly ridged, with characteristic large burrs and leaf shoots at the base of the tree.
Product code: 12440
Deciduous tree up to 30m tall, straight trunk with a pyramidal crown, dark green shiny narrow oval leaves with a rich autumn color, differs from most other oaks in leaves that form like laurel.
Product code: 12443
Tall shrub or small tree up to 6 m, spreading crown, gray-brown branches, long spines on the branches, leaves are large and thin.