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(Thornless Honeylocust)

Honeylocust is a spiny, lacy-leaved, medium to large deciduous tree native to the central and eastern United States and southern Ontario. The thornless cultivar Spectrum™ has golden-yellow spring foliage that stays yellower than that of Gleditsia triacanthos Sunburst®.

Like other honeylocusts, Spectrum™ has pinnately compound leaves that emerge relatively late in spring and cast filtered shade. This cultivar's leaves flush bright golden yellow in spring, fade to greenish yellow in summer,...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Thornless Honeylocust)

Honeylocust is a spiny, lacy-leaved, medium to large deciduous tree native to the central and eastern United States and extreme southern Ontario, Canada. Named for its golden new leaves that mature to green, the honeylocust cultivar Sunburst® develops into a somewhat ungainly, loose-crowned tree with winding branches.

Like other honeylocusts, Sunburst® has fine-textured, pinnately compound leaves that emerge relatively late in spring and cast filtered shade. This cultivar's leaves flush bright...

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Eva Monheim

(Common Witchhazel)

The spreading branches of the common witchhazel become covered with fine, ribbony blossoms of bright yellow in autumn as its yellow fall foliage is dropping. This large, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub exists in the moist understory of forests across the eastern United States and southern Canada. It is tough, hardy and adds delicate beauty to the fall garden.

The broad, oval leaves of common witchhazel are medium to dark green with irregular, wavy toothed edges. In autumn, the foliage turns warm...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

European in origin, it has glossy, dark green leaves with a prominently lobed, maple-like shape. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes. There are hundreds of cultivars are available, most with beautifully variegated leaves of various shapes, colors and sizes....

(Ann Marie English Ivy, English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Anne Marie’ has medium-sized, ivy-shaped, gray-green, lobed leaves which have cream-colored variegation and heart-shaped bases. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes.

English ivy is dioecious, meaning that single plants...

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Jesse Saylor

(Baltica English Ivy, English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Baltica’ is a vigorous and cold tolerant cultivar. It has medium-sized, dark green leaves with an ivy-like lobed shape and white veins. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes.

English ivy is dioecious, meaning that single...

(Bettina English Ivy, English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Bettina’ has ivy-like, triangular, lobed green leaves which are fluted or folded and variegated with soft green, taupe and bright white margins. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes.

English ivy is dioecious, meaning that...

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James Burghardt

(California English Ivy, English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘California’ is a self-branching cultivar with medium-sized, ivy-like, triangular, lobed green leaves which are curly with raised, light-green veins. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes.

English ivy is dioecious, meaning...

(English Ivy, Eva English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Eva’ has medium-sized, variegated leaves with a bird’s-foot or narrowly-lobed shape, the middle lobe is long. The leaf color is gray-green in the center with irregular, creamy-white margins. Eva needs bright light to maintain the leaf variegation As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature...

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James Burghardt

(English Ivy, Florida English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

European in origin, it has glossy, dark green leaves with a prominently lobed, maple-like shape. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes. There are hundreds of cultivars are available, most with beautifully variegated leaves of various shapes, colors and sizes....