Deciduous Shrubs

Daphine, Carol Mackie

3-4′ high by 3-4′ wide. Pink flowers in spring.  Semi-evergreen foliage with delicate cream-edged leaf margins.

Dogwood, Grey

6-8′ high by 6-8′ wide.  White flowers in spring followed by white fruit on red stems.  Purplish-red fall color.

Dogwood, Isanti

5-6′ high by 5-6′ wide.  White flowers followed by white berries. Reddish purple fall color. Red twigs in winter time.

Dogwood, Ivory Halo

5-6′ high by 5-6′ wide. Variegated foliage, and red twigs in the winter time.

Dogwood, Kelsey Dwarf

2-3′ high by 2-3′ wide. A compact dogwood.  Red stems in the winter time.

Dogwood, Red Twig

8-10′ high by 8-10′ wide.  Large shrub that has red twigs in winter time. White flowers followed bywhitish berries.

Dwarf Burning Bush

5-6′ high by 5-6′ wide. Best known for it’s fall red color.

Euonymus, Emerald Gaiety

4-5′ high by 4-5′ wide.  Green foliage with white margins, that turn a pinkish in the winter time.

Euonymus, Emerald N’ Gold

2′ high by 4′ wide.  Yellow margins on the edge of a glossy leaf, that turn a pinkish-red fall color.

Euonymus, Frost Pearl

5′ high by 2-3′ wide. Deep green foliage that has white margins. Tiny white clusters of berries around leaf nodes.

Forsythia, Bronxensis

2-3′ high by 2-3′ wide. Yellow flowers in early spring. Bronze fall color. Compact, low growing shrub.

Forsythia, Gold Tide

2-3′ high by 3-4′ wide. Yellow flowers in early spring. Tends to sprend more than Bronxensis Forsythia, but stays as low to the ground.

Forsythia, Northern Gold

6-8′ high by 6-8′ wide. Yellow flowers in early spring.

Fothergilla, Blue Mist

2-3′ high by 2-3′ wide.  Fragrant white flowers in spring. Bluish-green foliage for a partial shaded area.

Fothergilla, Dwarf

2-3′ high by 2′ wide. Creamy white flowers in spring. Foliage green that changes to a scarlet fall color.