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Type Botanical Name Native Common Name Description Height Light Req. Zone Add to My List
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘PJM Elite’ Evergreen Rhododendron

A small leafed cultivar superior in all ways to the original with a later bloom time so those late frosts are not a worry. Purple flowers in early spring.

4-5 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘Pohjola’s Daughter’ Finnish Evergreen Rhododendron

A University of Helsinki intro bred for large leaves, showy blooms and and very hardy flower buds.  Lavender-pink buds open to light pink blooms that mature to white.  Habit is compact.

3-5 feet Part Shade/Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘Purple Passion’ Evergreen Rhododendron

Dark violet-purple flowers on large trusses in mid-to-late May. A large-leaved form with a dense, rounded habit.

4-6 feet Part Shade/Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘Windbeam’ Evergreen Rhododendron/ Hybrid Azalea

White flowers edged in apricot mid-spring, fading to pink over time. Lovely multicolored effect in spring. Small-leafed. We’ve found this selection to be evergreen in our climate, though some sites list this as deciduous.

2-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘Firestorm’ Evergreen Rhododendron

Hardy, large-leaved variety with big, bright red flowers late-spring.

3-4 feet Part Shade/Shade 4b
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘Francesca’ Evergreen Rhododendron

Lightly-fragrant red trumpet-shaped flowers with maroon spots in mid-to-late spring. Large, narrow evergreen leaves. Broad, open habit.

6 feet Sun/Part Shade 5b
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘Lee’s Dark Purple’ Evergreen Rhododendron

Hardy, compact, rounded. Deep purple buds open to violet-purple flowers in May. Dark green, glossy, large leaves.

6-7 feet Sun/Part Shade 5
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘Maxecat’ Evergreen Rhododendron

Dense, vigorous, mound-forming, evergreen shrub. Large, narrow, shiny, dark green foliage. Pink flowers open in late spring.

4-6 feet Sun/Part Shade 5
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘Northern Hi-Lights’ Deciduous Azalea

Very showy flowers are a bi-color of white and yellow.

4-6 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘Olga Mezitt’ Evergreen Rhododendron

Large trusses of clear pink flowers in late spring with small shiny evergreen leaves.

4-5 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘PJM Compact’ Small-leaved Rhododendron

Very hardy small-leaved, compact, evergreen Rhododendron with rich purple-pink clusters of flowers in spring. the foliage turns a beautiful shade of red in fall.

4-4.5' Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON ‘Scintillation’ Evergreen Rhododendron

Dense-growing evergreen that’s covered with lightly-fragrant pink flowers with golden freckles in mid-to-late spring.

4-6 feet Full Sun/Part Shade 5
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON canadense ‘Alba’ White Rhodora

Star-like white flowers and gray-green foliage. Native to the swamps and bogs of the Northeast.

2-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON cumberlandense Cumberland Azalea

These are plants from seed collected by one of our customers from the mountains of Virginia.  They’ve been growing in South Starksboro!  Bright red-orange flowers in late June/early July.

3-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 5
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON mucronulatum Korean Rhododendron

Rosy purple flowers in early spring before the leaves emerge. Try with forsythia!

4-8 feet Part Shade 5
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON mucronulatum ‘Cornell Pink’ Korean Rhododendron

Blooms in late April with clear pink flowers before the leaves emerge. A bright pop of color in early spring. Lovely with white narcissus.

4-6 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON prinophyllum ‘Marie Hoffman’ Roseshell Azalea

A triploid form of the Vermont native species with larger, clear pink fragrant flowers in May.

4-6 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON schlippenbachii Royal Azalea

Upright growing with the leaves in whorls around stems. Beautiful, fragrant soft pink flowers in spring just before the leaves. Doesn’t always bloom for us, but the foliage is worth it.

6-8 feet Part Shade/Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON viscosum Swamp Azalea

A native azalea with delicate, fragrant lavender-pink blooms that open in June.  Habit is loose and open.  Great for wet locations.

3-8 feet Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON viscosum ‘Pink Mist’ Swamp Azalea

A form of a native azalea with delicate pink blooms. Fragrant flowers in June.  Upright habit.

8-10 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON yakushimanum ‘Ken Janeck’ Evergreen Rhododendron

Considered one of the best ‘Yak’ hybrids. Heavily indumented large leaves. Pink flowers in  mid-spring fade to white. Habit compact and mounding.

2-4 feet Full Sun/Part Shade 5
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON yakushimanum ‘Smirnowii’ Evergreen Rhododedron

Beautiful foliage with silvery indumentum on the new growth. Lovely pink flowers in mid/late spring.

4-6 feet Part Shade/Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON yakushimanum ‘Yaku Prince’ Evergreen Rhododendron

This Yak hybrid has pink blooms with dark spotting in mid-to-late spring. Slender olive green leaves.

3-4 feet Part Shade/Shade 5
Tree/Shrub RHODODENDRON viscosum ‘Lemon Drop’ Swamp Azalea, Deciduous Azalea

Peach-hued buds open to small butter-yellow tubular flowers with a subtle lemon fragrance, in July. Attracts many pollinators. Red-orange fall color, and red stems for winter interest. Salt tolerant.

5-7 feet Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHUS aromatica ‘Gro-Low’ Gro-Low Fragrant Sumac

Excellent for bank control. Fast-growing groundcover. Glossy green foliage turns scarlet to orange in the fall.

18-30 inches Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub RHUS copallina ‘Lanham Purple’ Shining Sumac

Purple-red leaves and stems with fabulous bright red fall color. Good for naturalizing large areas. Spreads. Drought/salt tolerant.

8-10 feet Sun/Part Shade 5
Tree/Shrub RHUS typhina ‘Tiger Eyes’ Cutleaf Sumac

Bright yellow cutleaf foliage contrasts with fuzzy purple-pink stems. Slow-spreading and great fall color.

6-8 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Perennial RODGERSIA henrici ‘Cherry Blush’ Rodger’s Flower

This plant forms large clumps of dramatic, quilted foliage. Green leaves sport bronze hues in cooler spring and fall temperatures. Tall panicles of pink flowers in late spring.

30-36 inches Part Shade 4
Perennial RODGERSIA podophylla Rodger’s Flower

Large, glossy palmate leaves with jagged edges. Creamy white flowers.

22-24 inches Part Shade/Shade 4
Perennial RODGERSIA podophylla Bronze Form Rodger's Flower

New growth is dark chocolate on this cultivar.  Typical jagged-edged, palmate foliage and white flowers.

22-24 inches Part Shade/Shade 4
Perennial RODGERSIA podophylla ‘Rotlaub’ Rodger's Flower

New growth is dark chocolate and the color holds longer than other cultivars.  Typical jagged-edged, palmate foliage and white flowers.

22-24 inches Part Shade/Shade 5
Tree/Shrub ROSA ‘Above and Beyond’ Hardy Climbing Rose

A Bailey Nurseries First Editions introduction, this is a super hardy climber with profuse semi-double apricot blooms in spring.  Some repeat bloom in summer.  Disease-resistant.

10-12 feet Sun 3
Tree/Shrub ROSA ‘Blanc de Coubert’ Rugosa Shrub Rose

Fragrant double white flowers over typical rugose foliage. Repeat bloomer.

4-5 feet Sun 4
Tree/Shrub ROSA ‘Carding Mill’ English Shrub Rose

Blooms blend pink, apricot and yellow, giving the overall impression of orange. Lovely myrrh fragrance. Bushy, rounded shrub with quite straight stems.

4 feet Sun 5
Tree/Shrub ROSA ‘Charles Darwin’ English Shrub Rose

Blooms are yellow-gold in color, with a strong, delicious fragrance; a sturdy shrub with broad, spreading growth. Repeat bloomer.

4-5 feet Sun 5
Tree/Shrub ROSA ‘Charlotte’ English Shrub Rose

Exquisite soft yellow, lightly fragrant flowers that start off beautifully cupped, then open to rosettes. Repeat blooms from late spring to frost.

4 feet Sun 5
Tree/Shrub ROSA ‘Cherry Frost’ Climbing Rose

Beautiful clusters of slighty-fragrant, small red blooms. Repeat blooms throughout the season in abundance. Dark green, glossy foliage. Superior disease resistance.

6-7 feet Sun 4
Tree/Shrub ROSA ‘Hansa’ Rugosa Shrub Rose

Fragrant double red-violet blooms on a vigorous plant. Recurrent. Large meaty rose hips.

4-6 feet Sun 3
Tree/Shrub ROSA ‘Lady of Shallot’ English Shrub Rose

Reblooms from late-spring to first frost! Orange-red buds filled with loosely arranged, orange petals; surrounding outer petals are salmon-pink with contrasting golden-yellow undersides. Warm, tea fragrance, with hints of spiced apple and cloves. Quickly forms a bushy shrub.

5 feet Sun 4
Tree/Shrub ROSA rugosa Rugosa Shrub Rose

Flowers are single pink and fragrant followed by orange-red hips. Has great hardiness and durablility.

3-4 feet Sun 2
Tree/Shrub ROSA rugosa ‘Alba’ Rugosa Shrub Rose

The white form of the hardy rugosa rose.  Same great fragrance and large hips.

3-4 feet Sun 2
Annual ROSMARINUS ‘Tuscan Blue’ Tuscan Blue Rosemary

Upright hedge of aromatic, needle-like evergreen foliage excellent in culinary and medicinal applications. Profuse clear blue flowers. Can be kept as a houseplant.

6 feet Sun 8
ROSULARIA sempervivum ssp. glaucophyllum Rosularia

Looking just like a Sempervivum with blue-green rosettes and white to pale pink flowers.

2-4 inches Sun 5
Edibles RUBUS idaeus ‘Boyne’ Red Raspberry

An extremely hardy early-season red raspberry from Canada that is vigorous, disease resistant and productive.

4-6 feet Sun 3
Tree/Shrub RUBUS cockburnianus White-stemmed Bramble

Self-fertile; flowers from June to July, and the inedible seeds ripen from August to September. Arching branches provide winter interest.

9 feet Full Sun/Part Shade 5
Tree/Shrub RUBUS cockburnianus ‘Golden Vale’ Ghost Bramble

Grown for foliage rather than fruit, this cultivar has bright gold leaves through the summer on arching canes.  Stems are a great silvery pink in winter.  Cut to the ground in the spring to maintain size.

4-6 feet Sun/Part Shade 5
Edibles RUBUS idaeus ‘Fallgold’ Everbearing Raspberry

A deliciously sweet, rare self-fertile gold raspberry with the ability to produce two crops each season- late summer to fall harvest, and a second crop arrives the following late-spring/early summer on the same canes.

4 feet Full sun 4
Tree/Shrub RUBUS thibetanus ‘Silver Fern’ Ghost Bramble

White stems and silver tomentose foliage. Clusters of red/purple flowers are followed by black, blackberry-like inedible fruits. The stems also provide winter interest.

30-36 inches Sun/Part Shade 5b
Perennial RUDBECKIA fulgida ‘Deamii’ Black-Eyed Susan

Similar to R. ‘Goldstrum’ with slightly smaller golden yellow blooms and taller habit.

30-36 inches Sun 3
Perennial RUDBECKIA fulgida var. speciosa ‘Prairie Blaze’ Black-Eyed Susan

A very floriferous, more compact variety with golden yellow blooms in the summer.

14-16 inches Sun 4