CVTS-L Landscaping Plant Guide: Thunderhead Japanese Black Pine

Thunderhead Japanese Black Pine Specimen evergreen shrub Irregular growth habit Long, stiff needles Dark green foliage If you plant ten different Thunderhead Japanese Black Pine shrubs, you will end up with ten very different shrubs. Unique and individualistic, the Thunderhead’s shape will be determined by a number of variables including sun exposure and branch development. It’s

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CVTS-L Landscaping Plant Guide: Winter Red Winterberry Holly

Winter Red Winterberry Holly Deciduous shrub Thrives in wet soils but can tolerate dry sites Brilliant red berries in fall and into winter Needs male pollinator nearby for berry production While, the Witch Hazel might be the first to bloom and the Little Rocket Ligularia can get stretch into the fall, the Winter Red Winterberry

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CVTS-L Landscaping Plant Guide: Princeton Sentry Gingko Biloba

Princeton Sentry Gingko Biloba Deciduous tree Fruitless cultivar Narrow/columnar growth habit Vibrant yellow fall leaf color As arborists, we often talk about trees as investments, and the Princeton Sentry Gingko Biloba might be a good one for people with larger properties. Growing to approximately 40’ tall, the tall, slender Princeton Sentry is known primarily for

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The CVTS-L Landscaping Plant Guide: Little Rocket Ligularia

Little Rocket Ligularia Herbaceous perennial Yellow flowers in mid-to-late summer 3-4’ tall and wide Can tolerate wet soils Anyone can find plants that bloom in spring and thrive in full sun, but we want to enjoy our landscaping all summer long. The late-blooming Little Rocket Ligularia is a perfect solution. It is native to wooded

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northern sea oats grass

The CVTS-L Landscaping Plant Guide: Northern Sea Oats Grass

Northern Sea Oats Grass Ornamental grass Very adaptable Foliage resembles bamboo leaves Very unique seed heads There isn’t much that Northern Sea Oats Grass can’t do. It thrives in moist sites, but it can tolerate dry soils. It loves full sun, but can tolerate some shade. It grows tall enough to conceal an outdoor HVAC

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dragon's eye pine

The CVTS-L Landscaping Plant Guide: Dragon’s Eye Pine

Dragon’s Eye Pine Ornamental evergreen tree Banding of yellow and green in the needles resemble a dragon’s eye Exfoliating bark Grows in an irregular habit From the tips of its needles to the bark on its trunk, every part of the Dragon’s Eye Pine is distinct. When viewed as a whole, the Dragon’s Eye Pine

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Franklin County, PA

Chambersburg: (717) 263-8657
Greencastle: (717) 597-9700
Waynesboro: (717) 765-4624

Cumberland County, PA

Carlisle: (717) 249-8443
Camp Hill: (717) 761-0204

Maryland Locations

Frederick County: (301) 663-0061
Washington County: (301) 714-0130

Additional PA Locations

Adams County: (717) 337-9128
Dauphin County: (717) 545-1005

West Virginia Locations

Berkeley Springs: (304) 913-3126

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