• Nannyberry ViburnumNannyberry Viburnum Quick View
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    • Nannyberry Viburnum

    • $19.00$48.00
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    • Native to Van Buren County Fluffy white spring flowers Pruning immediately after flowering recommended Easily spreads by root suckers Persistent blue/black berries through winter   Height: 14ft-16ft Spread: 6ft-12ft Water Needs: Medium-Dry to Medium-Wet Soil Needs: Sand to loam Growth Rate: Medium
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  • Meadowsweet SpireaMeadowsweet Spirea Quick View
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    • Meadowsweet Spirea

    • $19.00$48.00
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    • Native to Van Buren County Showy white flowers in midsummer Good for Hedges Good for Rain Gardens Attracts Butterflies Deer tolerant Seedling height: 12"-18" Height: 3ft-4ft Spread: 3ft-4ft Water Needs: Medium to Wet Soil Needs: Sand, Loam, Clay Growth Rate: Medium
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  • Highbush CranberryHighbush Cranberry Quick View
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    • Highbush Cranberry

    • $19.00$48.00
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    • Native to Michigan Forms Shrub Forms good hedge Early showy white flowers Red berries popular with birds Deer tolerant Seedling height: 6"-12" Height: 8ft-12ft Spread: 8ft-12ft Water Needs: Medium-Dry to Medium-Wet Soil Needs: Sandy-loam to Clay-loam Growth Rate: Medium
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  • Eastern RedbudEastern Redbud Quick View
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    • Eastern Redbud

    • $19.00$48.00
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    • Native to Van Buren County Small Tree Attracts Pollinators Showy pink early spring flowers Produces large seed pods Popular ornamental Walnut tolerant Seedling height: 12"-18" Height: 20ft-30ft Spread: 25ft-35ft Water Needs: Medium-Dry to Medium-Wet Soil Needs: Sand, Loam, Clay Growth Rate: Medium
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  • Button BushButton Bush Quick View
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    • Button Bush

    • $19.00$48.00
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    • Native to Van Buren County Forms shrub Attracts wildlife Produces edible (but low quality) fruit Good for rain gardens Attracts butterflies Requires cross pollination White flowers in June Showy spherical fruit   Height: 5ft-15ft Spread: 5ft-15ft Water Needs: Medium to Wet Soil: Loam, Clay Growth Rate: Medium to Fast
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  • American HazelnutAmerican Hazelnut Quick View
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    • American Hazelnut

    • $19.00$48.00
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    • Native to Van Buren County Attracts wildlife Produces nuts Good for privacy Requires cross-pollination Deer tolerant   Height: 10ft-18ft Spread: 10ft-18ft Water Needs: Medium to Wet Soil Needs: Sand, Loam, Clay Growth Rate: Medium
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