Shade and Hydrangea trees in containers!

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Even though we are no longer digging deciduous we still have a variety of trees in containers. The Acer R ‘Red Sunset’ and Acer x freemanii ‘Autumn Blaze’® in a #45 container is approximately a 2″ caliper and branched at 5’ for an instant impact. 
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Acer x Crimson Sunset® is an upright oval tree with a multitude of applications in the landscape.  Prunus cer ‘Thundercloud’ is a beautiful upright flowering cherry with a pink flower show and makes for a terrific splash of color. 
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Hydrangea pan ‘Pinky Winky’® and Hydrangea pan ‘Pink Diamond’ make beautiful centerpieces in a landscape and can also be used as a patio accent in a large container. 

When we stop digging and your customers still need deciduous… the answer is YES!

As the deciduous digging season winds down over the next few weeks, we won’t leave you empty-handed. We are able to supply a wide variety of deciduous trees in containers ranging from #7 to #45 container stock. With over 30 different varieties available and multiple sizes, you are sure to find what you need for your next planting on the Ridge Manor container availability.

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Acer x ‘Autumn Blaze’® is a cross for the best of both worlds! It grows quickly like a silver maple but has the strength and vibrant showy fall color of a red maple. Acer freemanii Celebration is a fast-growing seedless maple and is well used as a street tree or as a shade tree.
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When established, Acer r. October GloryⓇ can grow over 3 feet per year. At maturity, the October Glory reaches between 40 to 50 feet in height with a 25 to 30 feet spread. Our teams have been working hard to provide beautiful shade trees for our customers. The uniformity shines through in our Acer r. Red PointeⓇ.
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Acer r Sun Valley is a medium-sized red maple getting to about 25-30′ tall at maturity. It has a beautiful red fall color and is fruitless. Acer rubrum ‘Franksred’, more commonly known as a Red SunsetⓇ Maple, is a great choice for the next shade tree you install. It is a hardy, upright tree with excellent orange-red fall color.

You will be almost as happy as your customers with these evergreens!

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Pinus bungeana is a beautiful evergreen with soft textured green needles. This tree features exfoliating bark that reveals patches of white, green, and purple interior bark. Pinus strobus ‘Pendula’ is a weeping form of pine with long drooping branches. This works great as an accent plant or even a centerpiece for the landscape.
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Picea Abies is a broad vigorous spruce with bright green foliage. It is best to plant this where it can stretch a bit with a mature height of about 150′ tall! Picea glauca Conica, more commonly known as Dwarf Alberta Spruce, has a small stature getting to be only about 5′ tall and maintaining its shape with minimal trimming.
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Picea pungens ‘Bakeri’ and Picea pungens ‘Hoopsi’ are both beautiful zone 3 blue spruce. Bakeri will finish around a mature height of 30′ and Hoopsi will finish around 25′. Both of these make a great addition to the landscape.
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Picea P glauca Slenderina Pendula and Weeping Norway spruce both present their own attitude with their spreading, drooping branches that reach in different directions. No two plants are exactly the same.

Evergreen Staples in the landscape!

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Taxus x Green Wave has a semi-weeping graceful and distinctive branching. Taxus bac ‘Repandens’ is a low-growing wide-spreading form of taxus and is very useful for ground cover purposes.
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Tsuga diversifolia has a pyramidal habit with graceful twisted irregular branching. With its unique stature, it makes its presence known in the landscape. Buxus x. ‘Green Mountain’ is the most upright of its boxwood species. Getting to a height of around 5′, it would make an excellent hedge or backdrop in the landscape.
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Buxus m. ‘Winter Gem’ has beautiful dense compact branching and excellent winter hardiness. Buxus m. ‘Sprinter’ is a faster-growing and more upright version of Boxwood. It is ideally suited for low hedging and landscaping.
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Juniper c ‘Blue Pacific’ has dense blue-green foliage. This works as a wonderful ground cover and does better when not pruned. Juniper Blue Rug is a silver-blue ground cover. Growing anywhere from 6″-12″ a year it fills in fairly quickly and works great for rock gardens.