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Digging Dog Nursery
a retail and mail order
plant nursery specializing in
unusual and hard to find
perennials, ornamental grasses,
shrubs, trees, and vines.
31101 Middle Ridge Rd.
Albion, CA 95410
(until Oct. 27) :
Monday: by appointment;
web site by
Chionanthus (Fringe Tree)
at Digging Dog
Including Chionanthus retusus, and Chionanthus virginicus
Chinese Fringe Tree
Named for its clustered, snow-white fleecy flowers, the broadly spreading Chinese Fringe Tree casts light shade with rounded leathery leaves. This deciduous Olive family member is a captivating, four season specimen displaying blue, egg-shaped summer fruit, warm yellow autumn foliage and peeling gray-brown bark in winter. Well sized for a lawn or small yard, it’s easily cultivated in moist, loamy soil. Grows slowly. Large Band.
Size: 20' high x 15' wide; hardy to zone 5.
Chionanthus retusus (T-0008)
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American Fringe Tree
With ample cream-colored, lacy blossoms and blue, egg-shaped fruit, the American Fringe tree is one of the most beautiful of all North American trees. Native to the eastern United States, it appears quite elegant near water, where its openly branching limbs and glossy green leaves can be reflected in the afternoon light. Growing into small trees, or occasionally multistemmed large shrubs, Chionanthus are easy to cultivate in moist, loamy soil and are well sized for a lawn or small yard. Grows slowly. Large band.
Blooms late June-mid July
Size: 15' high x 20' wide; hardy to zone 4.
Chionanthus virginicus (T-0034)
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August 2016 Sale
Order $75.00 worth of plants, including any of the August all-stars mentioned in our August 2016 Newsletter, and enjoy 20% off your plant total. Please mention "August 2016" in the comments box. Sale ends August 31, 2016, plants must be shipped no later than September 6.
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Digging Dog Nursery's borders recently featured in the new Garden Conservancy's book
We are proud to announce that we are among "50 of America's most beautiful gardens" in the Garden Conservancy's new book "Outstanding American Gardens"
Current Staff’s Favorite Plant
Check out our brand new newsletter layout! We hope you like it. August 2016 Newletter
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