London planetree

London planetree is a towering species, growing up to 100 ’ tall, with an average spread of 80 ’. The bark is wonderfully unique, reminiscent of a beech tree, but with extra splashes of color. It doesn ’t mind getting wet, but only tolerates slight drought. Give it full sun and you ’ll have plenty of shade, and forage for your local critters.

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May Night Salvia

May Night Salvia

The May Night Salvia is celebrated for its stunning deep indigo blooms that make a bold statement in any garden from late spring to early summer. This perennial is particularly valued for its drought resistance once established and its ability to attract beneficial...

Rhubarb

Rhubarb

Rhubarb is a perennial vegetable that's as easy to grow as it is versatile in the kitchen. Planting rhubarb crowns in late April takes advantage of the cool spring weather, ideal for establishing their root systems in Cedarburg's climate. Rhubarb plants prefer a sunny...

Arborvitae

Arborvitae

Arborvitae, known for their year-round green foliage and easy-going nature, are a staple in landscapes for creating privacy screens, hedges, or even as standalone specimens. These hardy evergreens can thrive in Cedarburg's climate, adapting well to both the cold...

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