Carolina AllspiceOrdering closed for the season
492 Calycanthus floridus 6-10' x 6-12'. Beautiful native shrub with dark burgundy-maroon flowers and shiny leaves. Blooms early, flowers through summer. Highly fragrant. Z4/5. read more


BayberryOrdering closed for the season
552 Myrica pensylvanica 5-10' x same. Rounded deciduous semi-evergreen very salt-tolerant shrub. Fragrant glossy deep green leaves. Small greyish-blue waxy berries. Tends toward being dioecious. Z2. read more

Beach Plum

Beach PlumOrdering closed for the season
558 Prunus maritima 6' x 5-6'. Rounded dense suckering shrub found along ocean beaches. Showy white blooms in spring. Edible plums in late summer. Plant two for fruit. Z3. read more

Black Haw

Black HawOrdering closed for the season
610 Viburnum prunifolium 12-15' x 8-12'. Rounded shrub with creamy white 2-4' cymes in early spring. Suckering habit, but can be pruned to a specimen. Bluish-black edible fruit clusters in fall. Z3. read more


ButtonbushOrdering closed for the season
494 Cephalanthus occidentalis 6-10' x 8'. Loose rounded branchy shrub with masses of ornamental blooms that appear 4–6 weeks in summer. Attracts pollinators. Z4. read more


‘Brilliantissima’Ordering closed for the season
487 Aronia arbutifolia 6-8' x 3-4'. Upright multi-stemmed form with dense clusters of small white flowers. Abundant persistent bright red fruit. Brilliant fall foliage. Z3/4. read more
‘Viking Black’ ChokeberryOrdering closed for the season
490 Aronia melanocarpa 4-6' x same. Upright vigorous high-yielding shrub produces large dark tasty berries. Z3/4. read more
Black Chokeberry SeedlingOrdering closed for the season
491 Aronia melanocarpa 3-6' x same. Each one is genetically unique. Plant several for an attractive edible hedge. Z3/4. read more
Red Chokeberry SeedlingOrdering closed for the season
488 Aronia arbutifolia 6-10' x 3-6'. Each one is genetically unique. Beautiful in mass plantings and borders. Plant several in a hedge and make the birds happy! Z3/4. read more


All AmericanOrdering closed for the season
526 Malus 15-18' x 12'. Solid red buds open to pure red single blooms. Bronze-green foliage turns medium-green as it matures. Cranberry-red fruit. Z4. read more
BrandywineOrdering closed for the season
527 Malus 20x20'. Incredibly beautiful fragrant flowers. Deep red buds open to small deep pink double rose-like blossoms. Blooms late. Z4. read more
Crabapple CollectionOrdering closed for the season
547 Malus An assortment of five crabapples chosen by Fedco. Most will be from this year’s catalog but a few rare surprises may be included. Z4. read more
DavidOrdering closed for the season
528 Malus 12x12'. Outstanding in bloom and in fruit. On nearly every list of recommended crabs. Compact form recommended for small spaces. Z4. read more
DolgoOrdering closed for the season
529 Malus 25x30'. Classic culinary crab. Apricot-pink buds, large fragrant pure white single flowers. Beautiful fruit makes flavorful ruby-red jelly. Z2. read more
KaleidoscopeOrdering closed for the season
531 Malus 16' x same. A kaleidoscope of dark pink, light pink and white double blossoms all share the tree simultaneously. A Fedco exclusive! Z4. read more
LisetOrdering closed for the season
532 Malus 15x20'. Bright red buds followed by single red flowers. Often considered the brightest and truest red of any crab. Scab resistant. Z4. read more
McDonaldOrdering closed for the season
533 Malus 15x15'. Large-fruited culinary crab. Great for making pickled crabapples and jelly. Medium-small heavy-bearing tree. Single white flowers. Z4. read more
Pink CloudOrdering closed for the season
534 Malus 10x6'. A profusion of blossoms forms one cloud of large double pink rose-like flowers. Fruit persists all winter. Useful for making jelly. Z4. read more
Purple PrinceOrdering closed for the season
535 Malus 20x20'. Single purple-pink flowers. Purple-bronze foliage. Half-inch blue-purple persistent fruit. Z3. read more
SargentOrdering closed for the season
537 Malus 8-10' x 20-30'. Pink buds and profuse pure-white fragrant single flowers. Very small dark red-purple persistent fruit. Z4. read more
Solon HotelOrdering closed for the season
539 Malus 25x25'. Deep red-pink buds and soft white-pink fragrant blossoms. Heavy bloomer. Looks like a snowstorm when it drops petals in a breeze. Z3/4. read more
White CloudOrdering closed for the season
541 Malus A white cloud of blooms every year! Light pink buds fade to soft yellow before opening to white. Astonishing color effect! A Fedco exclusive. Z3. read more


‘Flaviramea’ Yellow Twig DogwoodOrdering closed for the season
504 Cornus sericea 6-8' x 8-10'. Multi-stemmed spreading shrub excellent for hedges and borders. Like Redosier dogwood but with radiant yellow stems! Z2. read more
Kousa DogwoodOrdering closed for the season
498 Cornus kousa var. chinensis 20-30' x same. Horizontally spreading small tree. Layers of blossoms last up to 6 weeks in early summer. Edible fruit. Colorful fall foliage. Z4. read more
Pagoda DogwoodOrdering closed for the season
497 Cornus alternifolia 20' x 30-35'. Small tree or large multi-stemmed shrub with tiers of horizontal branches and fragrant white 2-3" flower clusters. Z3. read more
Redosier DogwoodOrdering closed for the season
502 Cornus sericea 8-10'. Multi-stemmed spreading shrub excellent for hedges and borders. Red stems admirable in the winter. Valuable native wildlife plant. Z2. read more

Doublefile Viburnum

Doublefile Viburnum
‘Shasta’ Doublefile ViburnumOrdering closed for the season
609 Viburnum plicatum 6-10' x 9-12'. Rounded shrub frosted with spectacular pure white inflorescences. Large red fruit clusters turn black toward summer. Z4/5. read more


‘Adams No. 1’Ordering closed for the season
582 Sambucus canadensis 6-12' x same. Large elderberries and fruit clusters make for easy and fast picking. Very large vigorous strong productive bush. Z3. read more
‘Bob Gordon’Ordering closed for the season
583 Sambucus canadensis 6-8' x same. Large clusters of large dark berries. High Brix level; great for winemaking. Upright, slightly spreading habit. Z4. read more
‘Goodbarn’Ordering closed for the season
584 Sambucus canadensis 4-5' x same. Blooms heavily and produces large elderberry crops annually. Hardy, vigorous with apparent self-fertility. Z3. read more
‘Johns’Ordering closed for the season
585 Sambucus canadensis Up to 10' tall. Very vigorous. We observed one particular specimen grow five feet in one summer! Z3. read more
‘Korsor’Ordering closed for the season
592 Sambucus nigra 6-8' x 2-5'. Bred for heavy fruit clusters and excellent juicing quality. High in immune-boosting anthocyanins. Upright habit, vigorous. Z4/5. read more
‘Nova’Ordering closed for the season
587 Sambucus canadensis 6-8' x same. Large sweet berries are good for wine, pie and jelly. Matures early and uniformly. Z3. read more
‘Samyl’Ordering closed for the season
594 Sambucus nigra 5-8' x 2-5'. Selected for juice production based on very high anthocyanin content and sweet flavor. Strong upright shoots. Z4/5. read more
‘Scotia’Ordering closed for the season
588 Sambucus canadensis Up to 12'. Small berries have higher sugar content than most other varieties. Productive, ripens early. Z3. read more
‘Wyldewood’Ordering closed for the season
589 Sambucus canadensis 6-12' x same. Vigorous consistently high-yielding elderberry cultivar. Competitive with Adams and ripens a little bit later. Z3. read more
‘York’Ordering closed for the season
590 Sambucus canadensis 4-10' x same. An old reliable elderberry, considered by some to be the largest-fruited and heaviest-bearing cultivar. Rounded shrub. Z3. read more
Elderberry SeedlingOrdering closed for the season
591 Sambucus canadensis 6-12' x same. Each grown from a cold-hardy seed and will be a totally unique plant. Some of our best plants grew from batches of such seedlings. Z3. read more


‘Northern Gold’ ForsythiaOrdering closed for the season
511 Forsythia 6-8' x 5-7'. One of the earliest cultivars to flower in spring. Outstanding golden-yellow flowers. Upright form. Hardy and dependable. Z3. read more


English HawthornOrdering closed for the season
507 Crataegus laevigata 15-20' x 12-20'. Shrubby thorny low-branching dense tree. Used for centuries as a circulatory and cardiovascular tonic herb. Z4. read more


Harry Lauder’s Walking StickOrdering closed for the season
505 Corylus contorta ‘Contorta’ 6-12' x 15-20'. Non-fruiting filbert with dense mounded form, entirely twisted and curled. A wonderful sight! Highly ornamental wood. Z4. read more


‘Aurora’Ordering closed for the season
518 Lonicera caerulea 5-6' x same. Big fruit with exceptionally sweet flavor. Less acidic than other varieties. Popular with commercial producers and backyard growers. Z2. read more
‘Czech 17’Ordering closed for the season
520 Lonicera caerulea 6-8'. Also called Berry Blue or Berry Smart Blue. Fruit is plentiful and tart. Good fresh or processed. Needs another honeyberry for pollination. Z2. read more
‘Indigo Gem’Ordering closed for the season
521 Lonicera caerulea 4-6' x same. Sweet, slightly tangy and chewy. The preferred variety for fresh eating. Very productive. Needs Aurora for pollination. Z2. read more
‘Indigo Treat’Ordering closed for the season
522 Lonicera caerulea 4-5' x same. Small, soft, chewy fruit with pleasant flavor. Productive and very hardy. Needs Aurora for pollination. Z2. read more


Northern Bush HoneysuckleOrdering closed for the season
510 Diervilla lonicera 2-4' x 2-5'. Clusters of yellow tubular flowers attract pollinators. Lustrous green leaves emerge with a hint of bronze. Good for erosion control. Z3. read more


‘Phantom’ HydrangeaOrdering closed for the season
514 Hydrangea arborescens 6-8' x same. Massive looming white blossoms. Blooms last from mid-July through September. Sturdy stems. Very hardy. Z3. read more


‘Regent’ JuneberryOrdering closed for the season
485 Amelanchier alnifolia 4-6' x same. Compact shrub with sweet purple-magenta berries. Z2. read more


‘Adelaide Dunbar’Ordering closed for the season
599 Syringa vulgaris 12x10'. Fragrant deep-purple double florets on dark stems in mid-spring. Z3. read more
‘Common Purple’Ordering closed for the season
600 Syringa vulgaris 12-15' x same. A mass of medium-light purple blooms. A magnificent New England sight for nearly 400 years. The best lilac for a spreading hedge. Z2. read more
‘James Macfarlane’Ordering closed for the season
598 Syringa 8' x 6-10'. True-pink single trumpet-like flowers with a pleasant fragrance. Blooms late. Upright form. Precocious. Will not sucker. Z3. read more
‘Katherine Havemeyer’Ordering closed for the season
601 Syringa vulgaris 10-12' x 10'. Fragrant large heavy densely filled double lavender-pink flower clusters. Very beautiful. Z3. read more
‘Miss Ellen Willmott’Ordering closed for the season
602 Syringa vulgaris 10x10'. Creamy buds and very thick double white blooms. One of the oldest named varieties from one of the most famous of all lilac breeders. Z3. read more
‘President Lincoln’Ordering closed for the season
603 Syringa vulgaris 10' x same. Smallish clusters of exceptionally fragrant single light lavender-blue blooms. Blooms early and quits late. Can spread to form a massive shrub. Z3. read more


‘Blizzard’ MockorangeOrdering closed for the season
553 Philadelphus lewisii 4-5' x 3-4' Medium-sized loosely arching ornamental blooming shrub. A “blizzard” of sweet citrusy fragrance from white blossoms in late spring. Z3. read more


‘Illinois Everbearing’ MulberryOrdering closed for the season
550 Morus alba x M. rubra 30x20'. One of the most renowned mulberry varieties. Self-fruitful grafted cultivar, so only one plant required for fruit. Z4/5. read more


NannyberryOrdering closed for the season
607 Viburnum lentago 15-20' x 10-12'. Large shrub with edible blue-black berries. Large clusters of fragrant creamy white flowers. Plant multiples for good pollination. Z2. read more


‘Diabolo’ NinebarkOrdering closed for the season
554 Physocarpus opulifolius 8-10' x same. Creamy white inflorescences bloom early. Deep burgundy-red foliage adds visual texture to gardens, hedges and borders. Low maintenance. Z2. read more


‘Aromatnaya’Ordering closed for the season
508 Cydonia oblonga Hardy Russian quince bred for disease resistance. For jellies and cider, stews and marmalades. Citrusy, fragrant with an orangey-pink hue. Z4/5. read more
‘Smyrna’Ordering closed for the season
509 Cydonia oblonga Oblong furrowed pear-shaped fruit with golden-yellow skin and mild light yellow flesh. Pink flowers. Good keeper. Ripens late summer to early fall. Z4/5. read more


RedbudOrdering closed for the season
495 Cercis canadensis 25-30' x same. Small vase-shaped ornamental tree. Clusters of brilliant edible purplish-pink pea-like flowers fill the entire tree in spring. Z4. read more


‘Above and Beyond’Ordering closed for the season
574 Rosa virginiana 10-14' x 5-7'. The climbing rose northerners have been waiting for! Double 3" apricot blooms repeat from summer until frost. Z3. read more
‘Campfire’Ordering closed for the season
563 Rosa 2-3' x same. Compact shrub blooms continously from summer until hard frost. Multicolored flowers begin yellow and change to deep pink. Z3. read more
‘Canadian Shield’Ordering closed for the season
564 Rosa 4-5' x 3-4'. This deep scarlet-red rose has northern rose lovers talking! Mildly fragrant double blooms. 2017 Canada Blooms’ Plant of the Year. Z3. read more
‘Carmenetta’Ordering closed for the season
565 Rosa 7-10' x 9-10'. One of the tallest freestanding roses. Single pale pink blooms contrast beautifully against the purplish glaucous foliage. Vigorous. Z2. read more
‘Charles de Mills’Ordering closed for the season
568 Rosa gallica 5x5'. Classic old garden rose with large deep pink strongly aromatic flowers. Jaw-dropping beauty! Petals hold on in bouquets. Easy to grow. Z4. read more
‘Hansa’Ordering closed for the season
571 Rosa rugosa 6-7' x 7-10'. Large clove-scented blooms begin early summer and rebloom in fall. Prolific giant red-orange hips. A productive cultivar for herbalists. Z3. read more
‘Henri Martin’Ordering closed for the season
567 Rosa centifolia 4-5' x same. Gorgeous fragrant crimson double blooms, loaded with flowers June-July. Tiny globular glands on calyx and sepals looks like moss! Z4. read more
‘Maiden’s Blush’Ordering closed for the season
566 Rosa alba 5-6' x same. Highly fragrant 3" very double pale pink flowers bloom profusely late June into July. Sometimes more than 200 petals per flower. Z4. read more
‘Scabrosa Rugosa’Ordering closed for the season
572 Rosa rugosa 5-6' x same. Old-fashioned straight rugosa rose. Sweetly scented very large single deep pink flowers and huge orange-red hips. Great for the edible landscape. Z3. read more
‘Souvenir de Philemon Cochet’Ordering closed for the season
573 Rosa rugosa 4-5' x same. Very double blooms. Highly fragrant large pure white flowers with faint pink in center. Repeat bloomer. Incredible scent. Z4. read more
Rosa RugosaOrdering closed for the season
570 4-6' x same. Vigorous spreading shrub with dark green wrinkled leaves, deep pink to white flowers, and large edible red hips. Needs little care. Z2. read more


Allegheny ServiceberryOrdering closed for the season
486 Amelanchier laevis 15-25'. Leaves of this understory tree unfold purplish-orange bronzed color in spring. Pendulous white blossoms. Berries ripen midsummer. Z2. read more

Siberian Peashrub

Siberian PeashrubOrdering closed for the season
493 Caragana arborescens 15-20'. Cheerful bright green multi-stemmed shrub well-suited to windbreaks, hedges and borders. Delicate yellow flowers followed by seed pods. Z3. read more


American SmoketreeOrdering closed for the season
506 Cotinus obovatus 20-30' x same. Rare and exquisite. Colorful, eye-catching foliage! Fuzzy pink “hairs” give tree a smoky misty quality. Z4. read more


SpicebushOrdering closed for the season
517 Lindera benzoin 6-12' x 8-12'. Large rounded multi-stemmed fragrant native shrub suited to moist or wet areas. Soft-yellow flowers. Glossy red edible berries. Z5. read more


‘Ruby Spice’ SummersweetOrdering closed for the season
496 Clethra alnifolia 4-5' x same. Red buds and beautiful spires of heavenly scented deep-pink flowers appear for 6 weeks in midsummer. Erect oval habit. Native. Z3. read more

Wild Raisin

Northern Wild RaisinOrdering closed for the season
606 Viburnum cassinoides 5-6' x same. Dense suckering native shrub. White flowers from spring to early summer. Edible black fruit. Plant more than one for fruit. Z3. read more


Black Pussy WillowOrdering closed for the season
580 Salix gracilistyla ‘Melanostachys’ 6-10' x same. Very attractive fast-growing plant with deep purple-black male catkins in early spring. Stems turn rich purple-black in winter. Z4. read more
Coral Bark WillowOrdering closed for the season
578 Salix alba ‘Britzenzis’ 15-30' x 12-15'. Fast-growing shrubby willow with highly ornamental “coral” red bark. Especially beautiful in the winter landscape. Z2. read more
Goat WillowOrdering closed for the season
579 Salix caprea 12-25' x 12-15'. A fancy European version of our common native pussy willow. One of the first signs of spring. Emerging catkins look like diamonds in the grey landscape. Z4. read more
Japanese Fantail WillowOrdering closed for the season
581 Salix sachalinesnsis ‘Sekka’ 10-15' x same or wider. Fantastic wide dense spreading disheveled willow with highly ornamental flat curled branches. Z4. read more


‘Southern Gentleman’ MaleOrdering closed for the season
516 Ilex verticillata 6x6'. Male selection to pollinate Winter Red. One male will pollinate several females. Z4. read more
‘Winter Red’ FemaleOrdering closed for the season
515 Ilex verticillata 8x7'. Female. Bright red berries stand out through the winter. Southern Gentleman male required for fruit. Z4. read more

Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel
Vernal Witch HazelOrdering closed for the season
512 Hamamelis vernalis 6-10' x 6-15'. Late-winter bloomer. Similar medicinal properties to Maine's native Witch Hazel. Great for forcing indoors. Mildy fruity aroma. Z4/5. read more
Witch HazelOrdering closed for the season
513 Hamamelis virginiana 8-20' x same. Small fall-flowering tree or large shrub. Brilliant golden-yellow fall color. Quirky yellow flowers in early to mid November. Z3. read more