Larger than Albizia Rosea, Northern Albizia tolerates cold better and is guaranteed to have pink flowers. Fast-growing ornamental tree with fragrant pink flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The tree grows up to 40 feet and will flower in the third year. It provides good wood suitable for many uses and is suitable for bonsai. Appreciates a more sheltered position.
Trees & Shrubs
Fast-growing ornamental tree with fragrant pink flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The tree grows between 13 and 30 feet and will flower in the third year. It provides good wood suitable for many uses and is suitable for bonsai. Rosea is smaller than the Nothern Albizia. Appreciates a more sheltered position.
Fast-growing, multi-purpose shrub bearing clusters of lacy white flowers in July and edible fruits in September. Flowers are used for Elderflower Champagne, and the berries, high in vitamin C content, can be used in pies and jellies. Beneficial for wildlife, wood, and dye.
The true Tibetan Goji Berry. Hardy perennial shrub growing up to 10 feet tall and a prolific producer of nutritious berries. A long-lived shrub that grows best in zones 5-7. It will grow in almost all soils but does require good drainage. Drought tolerant once established.
A fast-growing, low maintenance shrub producing masses of clove-scented blossoms in spring that pollinators find irresistible. The flowers turn to golden-colored edible berries in summer—an important food source for birds.
Fast-growing evergreen ornamental pine with long 'weeping' needles. Often trained as Bonsai or grown as an ornamental tree (150 feet). Seeds ripen in cones in Jan - Feb.
Fast-growing deciduous tree with edible leaves, flowers, roots, and pods. The flowers are fragrant and attract pollinators. It has nutritional and medicinal attributes and is often cut back to allow easy harvesting of the leaves. Zones 9-10 Only!
An ornamental deciduous tree producing dark black, delicious plump fruits in late spring. It grows up to 30 feet and can bear fruit for hundreds of years. Sets fruit without pollination. It can be hard pruned for ease of harvesting and containment.
Host plant to Swallowtail butterflies! An evergreen (in the South) cold-hardy perennial herb with fragrant lacy bluish-green foliage bearing small yellow flowers in summer. It is heat and drought tolerant and suitable for dry, sunny areas. Rue will grow 1-3 feet at maturity and is ideal for short hedges or borders. Rue will deter cats and is a natural insect repellant. Good companion plant for Raspberries, Roses, Alpine Strawberries, and Fig.
Hardy shrub or small tree (20 ft) with lance-like thorny branches and alternate silver narrow leaves. Bright orange berries grow close to the branch in clusters and are packed full of vitamins. The berries taste like a mix between orange and passion fruit! Deer resistant, drought-tolerant, and a good barrier hedge. It is Nitrogen-fixing.
Deciduous, hardy, and tough. This nitrogen-fixing shrub bears yellow flowers in spring that mature into edible pods for humans and wildlife. Used for windbreaks, hedges, and erosion control. Grows up to 15 feet. Drought tolerant.
Sagebrush native to western and central North America used ceremonially as a sacred smudge for purification. Lovely ornamental silver foliage. Grows in dry areas with poor soil in full sun—height up to five feet.