Choosing suitable plants for your landscape can be a scary, difficult, confusing, (and exciting) endeavor.
Let us help eliminate some of your pre-planting stress! Our first priority here at OnlinePlantCenter.com is
to ensure that you, our valued customer, are provided with healthy, vigorous, botanically correct plant stock.
By personally overseeing the selection of your shrubs provided to us by top quality growers, you can be assured
that the plants received are hardy and will meet or exceed garden center quality. We guarantee that you will
receive a plant of substantial size, ready to be placed in your landscape. No rooted cuttings here: You will
receive an established, developing plant, just as you would see in your local garden center (perennials may be
Since you do not need to worry about the size or quality of our plant products, our next priority is to share
with you our vast plant knowledge and growing experiences. We love plants and want you to be completely
satisfied with your purchase!
Understanding the natural habitat and traditional growth habits of the plants we sell is the first step in
determining proper landscape placement. The plant data on this website has been designed for navigational ease.
Outstanding, interesting, showy specimens abound, whether evergreen (providing year round color) or broadleaf
deciduous (providing seasonal landscape value in spring, summer, fall, or winter through unique flowers,
leaves, or other interesting characteristics).
Forsythia and magnolias offer dramatic flower displays at spring's arrival. Azaleas, dogwoods, and viburnums
produce simply outstanding, brilliant colors in mid-spring. Late spring and summer brings variety and charm
with spiraea, hosta, daylilies, hibiscus, and hydrangeas.
Unique colors add interest to the landscape. Consider placing barberries, gold thread cypress, euonymus, and sand
cherries among other green or blue foliaged plants. Arborvitae and hemlocks provide a tall
hedge or screen while boxwood, sandcherry, taxus, or privet can bring formal or informal privacy fences or
Spreading junipers come in green, blue and gold colors and are famed for trouble-free, low maintenance ground
covers. Shady spots can come to life with hostas, daylilies, and current. Full sun splendor can be created
with lilacs or weigela. Shelter or berries for birds and other wildlife can be provided through hollies,
junipers, and dogwood.
Temperature zone maps, soil types, pH levels, drainage, surface traffic, companion plants, and growth
characteristics need to be considered when planning for maximum landscape impact. E-mail us or call
directly 1-866-509-5050 -- we are here to help in any way possible!
By clicking on the above Online Catalog search feature, our plant database can be accessed.
For navigational ease, this site is designed to accept a variety of searchable keywords, formal
botanical names, informal common names, plant categories, and other plant criteria. The following
list will give you an idea of the type of plant stock offered herein:
arborvitae, thuja, american arborvitae, emerald green arborvitae, thuja occidentalis,
thuja occidentalis emerald smaragd, thuja occidentalis nigra, evergreen azalea, broadleaf
azalea, azalea plant, azalea, barberry, berberis, berberis thunbergii, barberry crimson
pygmy, beauty berry, callicarpa, boxwood, buxus, buxus green mountain, buxus microphylla,
buxus sempervirens, butterfly bush, buddleia, buddleia davidii, coreopsis, moonbeam coreopsis,
cypress, false cypress, falsecypress, chamaecyparis, daylily, hemerocallis, dianthus,
dogwood, cornus, euonymus, wintercreeper, euonymus fortunei, euonymus emerald gaiety,
euonymus alatus compactus, forsythia, forsythia x intermedia, ornamental grass, hibiscus,
rose of sharon, hibiscus syriacus, holly, ilex, ilex meserveae, ilex meserveae blue,
holly tree, holly bush, holly plant, hosta, plantain lily, hosta plant, hosta nursery,
hydrangea, hydrangea macrophylla, juniper, leucothoe, lilac, syringa, syringa vulgaris,
syringa patula, mockorange, philadelphus, pinus mugo, pine, potentilla, privet, ligustrum,
privet hedge, sand cherry, sandcherry, prunus, prunus cistena, smokebush, cotinus, speedwell,
veronica, spirea, spiraea, spiraea nipponica snowmound, taxus, yew, taxus cuspidata, taxus
media, viburnum, viburnum dentatum, viburnum arrowwood, viburnum trilobum, weigela,