Trees Bushes & Shrubs

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Most often we plant trees, bushes, and shrubs to beautify our landscapes. You won’t have any trouble finding a wide selection of trees, bushes, and shrubs at Country Colors! The bold green tones of trees and shrubs will enhance a garden of any size in a front or back yard.  You may also be happy to know that there are many other benefits that can be acquired by using these plants to enhance your landscape.

Think about it this way, why not elevate your landscape and also obtain shade or energy benefits at the same time. Placement of all of your plants should be appealing but you may have a real chance at saving energy and shading benefits also!

Properly selected and placed landscaping can provide excellent wind protection, or windbreaks, which may reduce heating costs considerably. Furthermore, the benefits from these windbreaks can increase as the trees and shrubs mature.

Shading from trees can reduce surrounding air temperatures as much as 9° F! Trees can be selected with appropriate sizes, densities, and shapes for almost any shading application. Trees can also be used to give your yard a more private feel.

We feel that trees and shrubs can provide endless benefits and endless beauty to your garden so come check out our selection today!

If you are not sure about where to start, it is a good idea to get some helpful advice from our staff who can advise you on what type of trees and shrubs are best for your area. Learn how to select the best shrubbery for your garden or yard here at Country Colors!
Below is a list of our Trees, Bushes, & Shrubs. Please be advised these do vary upon availability, all of the plants listed here we have once grown or carried but does not necessarily mean we have them in stock. Check with us first!

 All subject to availability! Please call or email to confirm!

Cultivar Common Name
Abies Koreana ‘Silberlock’ Fir Tree- White concolor fir 30-50’x15-30′
Acer “Ryusen” Maple-Softly weeping w/amazing fall color
Acer palm ‘Bloodgood’ Maple-Japanese Maple reddish-puple leaf 18’x18′
Acer plam dissectum ‘Tamukeyama’ Maple-Cutleaf Jap Maple-dk purple-red 10×12′
Acer palmatum ‘Viridis’ Maple-Green cutleaf yellow-gold to red fall color
Acer pl. Crimson King Nice shage tree 40×35′ Deep purple leaves
Acer ‘Princeton Gold’ Maple-Gold Norway Maple yellow foliage similar to sunburst honeylocust 35′
Acer ‘Red Sunset’ Maple-Red maple fast growing. Bright green foliage orange-red in fall. 45′
Azalea Exbury ‘Gibralter’ Azalea dec-flame ruffled Orange 5’x5′
Azalea Gable ‘Karen’ Azalea-evg-Vivid puple 5’x4′
Azalea Gable ‘Rosebud’ Azalea-evg-Rose pink 4×4′
Azalea Girards ‘Cascade’ Azalea-evg white 2’x3′
Azalea Girards ‘Crimson’ Azalea-evg-crimson 18″x24″
Azalea Girards ‘hot Shot’ Azalea-evg-orange red 2’x2′
Berberis thun. ‘Aurea’ Barberry-golden vivid yellow leaves 3’x4′
Berberis thun. ‘Helmond Pillar’ Barberry-Pyramidal Burgundy
Berberis thun. ‘Royal Burgandy’ Barberry-dark burgundy
Betula Nigra Cully-Heritage birch 40×30′ One of the most disease resistant
Betula x Royal Frost-purple leaf birch 35×20′ Great focal point-Crimson/orangefall
Betula Heritage-Clump-(River Birch)
Buxus micro.kor. ‘Geen Velvet’ Boxwood-slow grower-very hardy 3×3
Buxus micro.kor. ‘Winter Gem’ Boxwood-fast growing-very hardy 4’x4′
Buxus sinicia v. insularis ‘Wee Willie’ Boxwood-Pyramidal green leaves all year 5’x3′
Caqllicarpa Early Amethyst
Caragana arborescens ‘Walker’ Standard Peashrub-Weeping Seberian Peashrub Weeping leaves yellow flowers
Cercis canaden.-Redbud tree 30×35′-Gorgeous purple flowers/heart shaped leaves/gold fall color
Cercis canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’ Eastern Redbud Tree-Rose purple flwrs
Ceratostigma Plumbaginoides
Chamaecyparis ‘Blue Feathers’ Galsecypress-Hinoki dwarf blue with intense feathery blue foliage. Upright 6’x3′ wide
Chamaecyparis obt. ‘Filicoides compacta’ Fernspray Green Falsecypress-Fernspray green hinoki with long thin branches and flat dark green fern-like foliage. Slow growing 5′
Chamaecyparis obtusa Fernspray Gold Falsecypress-golden 6’x4′ Pyramidal Bright Yellow Foliage
Chamaecyparis obtusa’gracili Nana’ Falsecypress-dwarf Hinoki/ 3’x3′
Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Sunny Swirl’ Falsecypress 4′ tall x 3′ wide, This variety is more upright-contorted mahogany red branches that age to gold
Chamaecyparis pis. ‘Boulevard’ Falsecypress-Bluemoss pyramidal/turns burgundy on tips in cool weather/ 6’x4′
Chamaecyparis pis. ‘Mops’ Falsecypress-dwarf yellow threadbranch/ 3’x3′ easy care
Chionanthus Vir. White Fringe Tree Fringe Tree-Fragrant White flowers in June on Dark Green foliage turning bright yellow in Fall. 15’x20′ B&B
Chionanthus virginicus Fring Tree- 7 gal.
Clematis ‘Cherokee’
Clematis ‘Jackmanii’
Clematis ‘Rebecca’
Clematis ‘Reflections’
Clethra alnifola ‘Ruby Spice’ Summersweet-4-5′, pink fragrant blooms
Cornus Kousa Chinensis Dogwood-Kousa-Pink-Red 20’x20′
Cornus Kousa ‘Satomi’ Dogwood-Kousa-Pink-Red 20’x20′
Cornus Kousa ‘Penelopes Pink’
Corylus “Contorta” Contorted hazelnut/upright treelike shrub with heart shaped leaves/Strongly twisted spiraling shoots provide year round interest
Cotoneaster apiculata Tree form with small green leaves early spring followed by pink spring flowers and bright red berries that are held well into winter/prune to desired size
Cotoneaster x. ‘Tom Thumb’ Cotoneaster-thyme leaved 2’x5′
Deutzia ‘Chardonnar Pearls’
Echinacea ‘Flamethrower’
Echinacea ‘Firebird’
Erica X D. ‘Mediterranean Pink’
Euonymus alatus ‘Compactus’ Burning bush/bright red foliage in the fall 8’x8′ can easily be prunded to desired size
Fothergilla ‘Mt. Airy’ Fothergilla-sm shrub yellow to orange in the fall/ sun to pt shade 4’x4′
Hibiscus Hibiscus-Blue Chiffon/ double flowers
Hibiscus Hibiscus-Lavender Chiffon/ double flowers
Hibiscus Hibiscus-White Chiffon/ double flowers
Hydranagea “Bella Anna” Endless Summer series Hydrangea-Rich magenta pink mophead, flowers all summer long, 4’x5′
Hydranagea- “Incrediball” Hydranagea-improved annabelle with strong, beefy stems and massive blooms, 5’x6′
Hydranagea- “Invincibelle Spirit” Hydranagea-Massive bright pink blooms on strong stems, 4’x5′
Hydranagea “Limelight” Patio Tree Hydranagea-Brt limegreen flowers, vigorous
Hydranagea “Mystical Flame” Hydranagea-Creamy white flowers that turn a deep burgundy, 3’x4′
Hydranagea- “Pinky Winky” Hydranagea-Strong upright stems, Creamy white panicles that turn dark pink as they age, 6’x6′
Hydranagea- ‘Endless Summer’
Hydranagea- ‘Vanilla Strawberry’
Hydranagea- “Twist & Shout” Hydranagea- Pink or blue depending on soil. Reblooming 3-5′
Hydranagea arborescen- “Annablelle” Hydranagea- White flowers great dried
Hydranagea ‘Blushing Bride’-Endless Summer Series Hydranagea-Soft Pink blooms all summer 5’x5′
Hydranagea ‘Limelight’ Hydranagea-Bright limegreen flowers, vigorous/ a smaller version of a favorite/ 3’x3′
Hydranagea m. ‘Bailmer’-Endless Summer Hydranagea-Bloom son new growth all summer/ can be pink or blue/ 4’x4′
Hydranagea paniculata “White Diamonds” Hydranagea-Large white flowers with huge creamy white panicles/ 4’x4′
Hydranagea ‘Petiolaris’ Hydranagea-Climbing vine, white fragrant flowers in June
Ilex crenata “Sky Pencil” Holly-Chiny evg. Leaves with tiny white flowers/ Pretty upright growth is good for smaller spaces/ 6’x2′
Ilex x. glabra “Royal Family” Holly-Self pollinating of Blue Prince and Princess/ will have berries on every shrub/ 8’x8’/ can be pruned to keep smaller
Ilex “Little Henry” Ilex-White candle type flowers in spring/ amazing fall color orange and purple/ 3’x3′
Juniper “Golden Joy” Juniper Bright yellow foliage/ grows very slow/ 12’tall x 3′ wide
Juniper “Golden Carpet”
Juniper “Skyrocket” The most slender of all Junipers/ eye catching silver blue color/ 10’x3′
Juniper ‘Gold Cone’ Juniper-Upright columnar with bright yellow-tipped foliage in Spring & Summer. Full sun for best color. 9′ tall
Juniper ‘Saybrook Gold’ Brightest gold color/ 3’x3′
Juniperus procumbens ‘Nana’ Juniper Dwarf Japanee-compact amt like 12″x8′
Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’ Juniper-starlike foliage silver blue. Slow grower compact low and rounded/ 3’x3′
Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’ Juniper-Blue Star on standard
Magnolia “Stellata” Fragrant white flowers in early spring/ 10’x15′
Magnolia x “Jane” Deep purple red flowers 10′ tall x 8′ wide
Magnolia x “Virginiana” Magnolia-Cream white, lemon-scented flowers in May and June/ 15’x15′
Malus ‘Sugar Tyme’
Malus “Spring Snow” Crababpple-White flowers/ no fruit/ 15’x15′
Malus ‘Prairie Fire’ Crabapple-New growth red-maroon. Pink-red flowers with red fruit 20’x20′
Malus ‘Royal Raindrops’ Crabapple-Resistance to all common crab disease. pink/red flowers 20’x15′
Metasequoia ‘Dawn Redwood’ Redwood-15’x10′ gold to orange in fall
Paeonia Kansas RED
Paeonia Sarah Bernhardt (pink)
Paeonia Shirley Temple (white)
Phil. Snow White Sensation Double white flower/repeat bloomer/ sweet orange scent/ mock orange
Physocarpus “Darts of Gold” Ninebark-Bright gold foliage all season
Physocarpus Summer Wine Ninebark-great sub for Sancherry 6’x8′
Physocarpus Summer Wine tee form Ninebark-great sub for Sancherry 6’x8′
Picea abies Nidiformis Spruce-Bird’s nest Spruce Dwarf light green flat-topped spruce 3’x3′
Picea abies ‘Pumila’ Spruce-compact dwarf Norway dark nested foliage with a rounded habit 3’x4′
Picea glauca ‘Conica’ Spruce-Dwark Alberta Very slow growing 6’x3′
Picea pungens G. ‘Globosa’ Spruce-Globe Blue on standard 3’x4-5′
Pieris Japonica ‘Mountain Fire’ Andromeda-compact heavy bloomer w/white flowers new growth fire red 4’x4′
Pinus Mugo ‘Slowmound’ Pine-Dwarf Mugo great in confined areas 2-3′
Prunus Cistina Sandcherry-Purpleleaf pik flowers in April-May 7-10′
Prunus Pink Snow Showers Umbrella Snow Fountain-Weeping Cherry-pink
Prunus x ‘Snowfozam’-Umbrella Snow Fountain-Weeping Cherry-white
Pyrus ‘Chanticleer’ Pear-white flowers in spring orange/ red fall color 35’x15′
Rhododendron “Chionoides” Rhodo-White flowers 4’x4′
Rhododendron ‘Cat. Boursault’ Rhodo-Rose Pink 5’x5′
Rhododendron ‘Lee’s Dark Purple’ Rhodo-Dark Purple 5’x5′
Rhododendron ‘Nove Zembia’ Rhodo-Red 5’x5′
Robinia Pseud. ‘Twisty Baby’
Sorbaris “Sem” Beautiful fern-like foliage comes out pink and red turning gold/ white flowers all summer/ tolerates all soil types 4’x4′
Spiraea jap. ‘Magic Carpet’ Spirea-gold foliage, fuchsia bloom 3’x3′
Syringa laciniata Cutleaf Lilac on Std Lilac-Unique with fine, lacy textured foliage. Fragrant pale lavender flowers in early May.
Syringa meyeri ‘Palabin’ Lilac-Dwarf Korean with Fragrant lavender flowers. Blooms in late May. 4-5′
Syringa patula ‘Miss Kim’ Lilac-Dwarf similar to Palibin with longer leaf. Fragrant lavender flowers blooms in late May 5′
Syringa Ret. “Signature”
Syringa x Hyacin ‘Declaration’
Syringa vulgaris ‘Sensation’ Lilac-Wine-Red edged white flowers old fashioned lilac 8’x10′
Syringa x “Bloomerang” Lilac-Heavy flowering ultra fragrant rebloomer 4-5′
Taxus Yew-Dwarf Bright Gold 3’x3′
Thuja “Fire Chief” Arborvitea/ & red foliage 4’x4′
Thuja Filiformis Arborvitae-pendulous habit with tufts of green o the tips 5’x4′
Thuja o. “Mr Bowling Ball” also known as “Bobazam” Arborvitea-unique perfectly global with soft sage-green foliage. 2.5′ h&w
Thuja o. Linesville Arborvitea-Sage Green/ nicely rounded form 3’x3′
Thuja o. ‘Rheingold’ Arborvitea-Golden-Orange foliage 4’x4′
Thuja o. ‘Tom Thumb’ Arborvitea-Dwarf globe with bright green color, bronze fall color 4’x4′
Thuja o. ‘Yellow Ribbon’ Arborvitea-Narrow upright gold/yellow
Tsuga canadensis Slenderella Canadian Hemlock
Viburnum x Juddii Viburnum-Korean Spice Bush with green foliage and white fragrant flowers in Spring. 6-8′
Viburnum Popcorn
Vitis ‘MARS’
Vitex “Agnut-Castus” Chasetree-medium shrub that behaves like a butterfly bush in the north. Fragrant violet-blue flower spikes mid to late summer until fall. Cut back hard in early spring. Late to bud in the spring.
Weigela-My Monet Weigela-12″tall x 12″ wide/ Pretty varig. Leaves/ pink flowers
Weigela “Wine & Roses” Weigela-Dark burgundy-purple foliage and intense rosy-pink colored flowers.
Wisteria frutescens ‘Amethyst Falls’ Wisteria-Purple Staked/ Blooms first year!