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Primula veris,Campanula rotundifolia, Verbascum thapsus, Armeria maritime, Only those few of us who are botanists will be able to identify behind the technical nomenclature the flowers known to the majority by less formidable titles: Cowslip, Bluebell, Mullein, Thrift. But the number will be even less of those who can penetrate into the lost world concealed by the popular names: they are so long with us we imagine they are part of a permanent tradition. Maybe you have heard of the growing trend to plant flowers that have original names reflecting the life of the virgin mother Mary. So much can be gained from learning about the history of our favorite plants and trees. Backyardgardener is the Largest Gardening Store in the World.

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Flame Amur Maple $36.95

The Flame Amur Maple tree, Acer ginnala, is usually a multi-stemmed tree or shrub, noted for its fiery-red autumn color. Its summer color is green, but is mixed with bright red samaras or 'helicopters' in mid summer. Flame Amur Maple (more ...)

Flame Amur Maple

Frontyard® Linden $25.95

The Frontyard® Linden, Tilia americana 'Bailyard', is a great 'Frontyard' tree, selected because of its symmetrical branching and broadly pyramidal shape. It has an excellent symmetrical branching habit even as a young tree, and then gets nicely (more ...)

Frontyard® Linden

Hazelnut $18.95

The Hazelnut tree, Corylus americana, also commonly called the American filbert, is a Missouri native, deciduous, rounded, multi-stemmed tree/shrub which typically grows 8-16' tall and occurs in dry or moist thickets, woodlands and wood margins, (more ...)

Hazelnut

Heritage® Birch $24.95

The Heritage River Birch tree, Betula nigra, 'Heritage', is the most prominent of all the cultivars of River Birch trees. It is faster growing, has larger, glossier leaves and is less prone to leaf spot than the other species. The bark exfoliates (more ...)

Heritage® Birch

Honeycrisp $19.99

The Honeycrisp apple is a high quality apple which keeps well for 5-6 months in common storage. The tree is one of the most vigorous and hardy of apple trees, showing (more ...)

Honeycrisp

Japanese Red Maple $24.95

The Japanese Red Maple tree, Acer Palmatum Autropurpeum, is by far, one of the most popular ornamental plants in the plant kingdom. This small deciduous tree is a very showy, versatile species. Japanese Red Maple trees are used as a single (more ...)

Japanese Red Maple

Kentucky Coffee Tree $22.95

The Kentucky Coffee Tree, Gymnocladus Dioicus, may also be known as American coffee berry, Kentucky mahogony, nicker treet, or stump tree. Kentucky Coffee trees are large round-barked trees belonging to the legume family and reaches heights of 60 (more ...)

Kentucky Coffee Tree

Ohio Buckeye $20.45

The Ohio Buckeye tree, Aesculus glabra, derives the name from its large brown seeds, which resemble the eyes of the white-tailed deer. In the spring it produces greenish yellow flowers with protruding stamens, followed by prickly fruits. It is a (more ...)

Ohio Buckeye

Polar Joy™ Tree Rose $28.95

The Rose Polar Joy, 'Rosa 'Polar Joy', is a hardy tree rose. This introduction from Bailey Nurseries award-winning rose breeding program was developed especially for the northern garden. The soft pink blossoms combined with the light green (more ...)

Polar Joy™ Tree Rose

Polar Joy™ Tree Rose $39.95

The Rose Polar Joy, 'Rosa 'Polar Joy', is a hardy tree rose. This introduction from Bailey Nurseries award-winning rose breeding program was developed especially for the northern garden. The soft pink blossoms combined with the light green (more ...)

Polar Joy™ Tree Rose

Post Oak $11.95

The Post Oak tree, Quercus stellata, is a small to medium-sized tree. The bark of the Post Oak is similar to that of the White Oak, but somewhat darker and often fissured into scaly ridges. The leaves of Post Oak trees are usually 4 to 5 inches (more ...)

Post Oak



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