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Adirondack Crabapple
Allegheny Serviceberry
Allegheny Serviceberry
American Beech
American Beech
American Elm
American Elm
American Holly
American Holly
American Hornbeam
American Hornbeam

American Linden

American Mountain-ash

American Sentry Linden


American Sycamore

Amur Chokecherry

Amur Maackia tree

Aristocrat Flowering Pear

Aspen - Quaking

 


Autumn Blaze Ash


Autumn Blaze Pear

Autumn Blaze Red Maple

Autumn Blooming Cherry

Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry

Autumn Gold Ginkgo

Autumn Olive

Autumn Purple Ash

Bald Cypress

Beech - European

Whitespire Birch

Bitternut Hickory

Bitternut Pecan

Black Alder

Black Cherry
Black Cottonwood, 'Populus trichocarpa
Black Cottonwood

Black Gum

Black Locust

Black Oak

Black Walnut

Carpathia Black Walnut

Thomas Black Black Walnut

Black Willow

Boulevard Linden

Box Elder Maple

Bradford Flowering Pear

Brandywine Maple

 


Bur Oak

Burgundy Belle-« Maple
 

Camelot® Crabapple

Chanticleer Flowering Pear

Cherry Bark Oak

Chestnut Oak

Chickasaw Plum

Chinese Chestnut

Chinkapin Oak

Cimmaron Ash

Cleveland Flowering Pear

Cloud 9 Dogwood

Columnar Swedish Aspen

Corkscrew Willow

Cottonwood - Siouxland

Crape Myrtle - Peppermint

Crape Myrtle - Pink

Crape Myrtle - Purple

Crape Myrtle - Red

Price: 19.95

The Red Crape Myrtle, 'Lagerstroemia indica "Rubra", is a handsome, summer-flowering, deciduous small tree or shrub. It is a favorite among Southern gardeners because of its beauty and low maintenance. The crape myrtle is valued mainly for its long per

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Crape Myrtle - White

Price: 19.95

The White Crape Myrtle, 'Lagerstroemia indica "Alba", is a handsome, summer-flowering, deciduous small tree or shrub. It is a favorite among Southern gardeners because of its beauty and low maintenance. The crape myrtle is valued mainly for its long pe

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Crimson King Maple

Price: 29.95

The Crimson King Maple, 'Acer platanoides' 'Crimson King', is a red-leaved cultivar of the Norway Maple and it is noted for its rich maroon leaves throughout the summer. The Crimson King grows best in a well drained area and is very tolerant of drought and urban pollutants. It often used as a specimen tree for the landscape and it provides dense shade.The smooth bark, straight trunk, and strong branching, provide for nice winter interest. This tree is easily transplanted and is adapted to a wide variety of soils including alkaline, sand, clay and acid soils. Uses include bonsai, medium sized parking lot islands, median strip plantings, and residential shade and street tree.

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Crusader Hawthorn

Price: 44.95

The Crusader Hawthorn, 'Crataegus crusgalli "Crusader' , is small tree that produces an abundance of white flowers in the spring. The Crusader is a very hardy tree. The white flowers are followed by dark red fruits which persist into winter. This thornless Hawthorn has glossy green foliage and displays brilliant maroon colors in the fall. The branches are arranged in a pleasing layered habit. The Crusader Hawthorn is tolerant to shearing which makes this an excellent barrier or large hedge plant. This tree is tolerant to tough urban conditions and pollution. Use this thornless tree for both street and lawn plantings.

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Cucumbertree Magnolia

Price: 16.95

The Magnolia, Cucumbertree, Magnolia acuminata, is a little known tree that has considerable landscape merit. It has a very regular, pyramidal form with a strong central leader as a young tree, and then becomes rounded with age. The 2" to 3" flowers are a greenish yellow and emerge after the tree is in leaf. They are not very noticeable because they blend into the foliage and may not be produced until the tree is fairly old. The fruit looks somewhat like a small, bumpy cucumber and turns pinkish red in late summer. Songbirds, squirrels and mice eat the seeds. With a medium to fast growth rate, Cucumber Magnolia is an exceptional tree for large properties and prefers moist, deep, acid soil and full sun.

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Double Flowering Plum

Price: 0.00

The Double Flowering Plum, Prunus triloba, is a handsome, hardy, vigorous growing small tree. This plum is noted for its double, bright pink flowers produced in profusion in April and May. Its medium green foliage in the summer changes to yellow-bronze in the fall. The flowers have both male and female organs and are pollinated by insects. This hardy plant thrives in a well-drained moisture-retentive loamy soil. It succeeds in sun to partial shade, but does best in full sun. Any pruning is best done soon after the plant has flowered. Plant as a specimen plant or in a buffer strip. The double flowering plum, which also goes by the name of Rose Tree of China, is a showstopper in May across the North.

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Dura Heat River Birch - BNMTF

Price: 36.95

The River Birch 'Dura Heat®', 'Betula nigra, 'BNMTF' Dura Heat®', is extremely popular as an ornamental. The beautiful creamy, white exfoliating bark at an early age on the trunk and branches is one of the reasons why it is so popular. It is hardy for most all U.S. climate zones, is fast-growing, nicely forked, and wind and ice resistant. 'Dura Heat' has a denser canopy of foliage than the species River Birch along with leaf spot resistance. The Dura Heat is denser and the leaves are greener in the summer months. The tree is very intolerant to shade. Dura Heat prefers moist sites, but as it's name implies, tolerates drier and hotter conditions better than most other river birch. It is an excellent specimen tree.

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Dwarf Korean Lilac - Tree Form

Price: 39.95

The Dwarf Korean Lilac - Tree Form, Syringa meyeri 'Palibin', is dwarf variety of lilac in tree form with single, very fragrant, pale lilac flowers and small clean foliage. This plant blooms profusely at an early age. This ornamental plant makes an excellent accent or specimen in the landscape.

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Dwarf Red Buckeye

Price: 15.45

The Dwarf Red Buckeye tree, Aesculus pavia, is one of the first plants in the woodland to reawaken in spring. The Red Buckeye trees starts sending out tender new leaves as early as February, up to a month before the surrounding oaks and maples show any

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Eastern Red Oak

Price: 13.95

The Eastern Red Oak tree, Quercus maxima, is a hardwood tree that you can recognize by its pointy-lobed leaves with prickly tips. In autumn the leaves turn a vibrant red, adding bursts of color to our landscapes. This deciduous tree produces many acorns and is a great provider of food for wildlife. The tree is very similar to the Northen Red Oak and is sometimes called a Northen Red Oak. It grows rapidly for an Oak tree and is widely adaptable to moisture and soil types. 

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Eastern Redbud

Price: 12.95

The Red Bud tree, Cercis Canadensis, is also known as the eastern red bud, and sometimes referred to as the Judas tree because it dates back to biblical times. It is a small deciduous tree that displays an abundance of purple blossoms in the spring. It has large heart shaped leaves during the summer, and long seedpods in the fall. Red Bud trees have a yellow fall color. These trees are effective as a single specimen, in groupings, in a shrub border, and especially nice in woodland and naturalized type situations. It has low water requirements and displays a high tolerance to salt and alkali soils. Thousands of small rosy-pink flowers appear in the spring before leaves appear. It can be used in full sun to part shade. Does well in many soil types, except permanently wet soils. The seed pods attract wildlife.

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Eastern Whitebud

Price: 34.95

The Eastern Whitebud tree, Cercis canadensis alba, is best known for their profuse white pea-like flowers. The heart-shaped leaves of this redbud tree are 3-5" across and its fruit are brown flat pods about 2-3" long. The trunk of this small tree usually branches close to the ground resulting in a spreading flat-topped to rounded crown. Eastern Whitebud trees grow best in full sun to light shade with moist well-drained deep soil. This small deciduous tree is adaptable to other soil types but will not grow well in permanently wet or poorly drained soil. It is used as an ornamental or patio tree.

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Elm - New Horizon

Price: 39.95

The New Horizon Elm, Ulmus 'New Horizon', is an excellent, vigorous, Dutch Elm resistant elm that has foliage that is larger and deeper green than our other elms. It has an upright habit, strong branch structure, and a dense crown with dark green leaves. It has a finer textured appearance than most elm. It is a good, clean-growing plant with grayish bark. 'New Horizon' is an excellent shade tree for lawn or terrace, and it will tolerate a wide range of conditions. It displays deep green, fine textured, rusty red tints in the fall. This hybrid has excellent resistance to DED and elm leaf miner and high tolerance to verticillium wilt.

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Elm - Regal

Price: 39.95

The Regal Elm, Ulmus 'Regal', has large dark-green glossy leaves. It has an upright character, transplants well, and will tolerate a wide range of conditions. 'Regal' Elm develops a strong central leader with an upright or columnar growth habit when young, becoming more ovate with age. Its leaves are dark green in summer, and show no appreciable fall coloration. Because the leaves are rather sparsely borne, they cast a honeylocust-like light shade that makes possible the successful culture of turfgrass in the vicinity of the tree. GÇÿRegalGÇÖ is considered highly resistant to DED and verticillium wilt. ItGÇÖs a good urban tree since it is highly resistant to Dutch elm disease. It has proved very tolerant of hot and arid conditions, exhibiting minimal leaf scorch. 'Regal' has an upright columnar form similar to 'Commelin', making it particularly suitable for street planting.

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European Hornbeam

Price: 23.95

The European Hornbeam, Carpinus betulus, is an extremely versatile tree, useful as a wind screen, hedge or as a specimen tree. Takes well to pruning and is adaptable to most planting sites. The narrow, dark green foliage has a yellow fall color. The plant grows slowly, is shallow rooted, and it can branch low to the ground. European hornbeam has enough pruning tolerance to be a hedge, tall screen, shade tree or topiary. It is also recommended for buffer strips around parking lots or for median strip plantings in the highway. This hornbeam grows in full sun to partial shade; best in well-drained soils, but tolerates wide range of soil conditions.

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European Mountain-ash

Price: 44.95

The Mountainash, European, Sorbus aucuparia, is known for its showy white flowers and its numerous bright red berries. Its alternate name "Rowan" comes from an old Scandinavian word meaning red. The odor of its white spring flowers is objectionable to so

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Fallgold Ash

Price: 29.95

The Fallgold Ash, Fraxinus nigra 'Fallgold', is a hardy, seedless Ash with deep green leaves that turn to a bright golden yellow in fall. It is upright in habit, and it is adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions including poorly drained sites. The Fallgold is a male tree so it is seedless, no messy seeds to pick up. Use this ash as residential street trees, along golf course fairways, or anywhere a strong vertical accent will compliment the landscape. It prefers ample soil moisture and will tolerate periodic flooding since it is usually found growing in standing water in its natural habitat. This ash is not tolerant of severe drought.

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Flame Amur Maple

Price: 29.95

The Flame Amur Maple tree, Acer ginnala, is usually a multi-stemmed tree, noted for its fiery-red autumn color. Its summer color is green, but is mixed with bright red samaras or 'helicopters' in mid summer. Flame Amur Maple trees are extremely hardy and drought resistant once established. They make an excellent screen or hedge. These deciduous trees are best grown in normal garden soil in full sun to partial shade. They are used widely in landscapes as hedge, partitions, or short tree-shrubs. They leaf out early and cast dense shade. It is a vigorous grower that is very tolerant of temperature extremes. Tolerates somewhat heavy pruning and can be shaped to fit a variety of landscape uses. Transplants easily.

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Flame Willow

Price: 36.95

The Flame Willow, 'Salix Willow', gets it's name from the stems that turn red in late fall and lasts until early spring. It grows multistemmed, more like a shrub, unless trained otherwise.The Flame willow is very hardy and responds well to pruning. Plant these as specimens or in a line along a border. They grow fast and can be planted as privacy screens where the fall color will be fabulous!

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Forest Pansy Redbud

Price: 44.95

The Forest Pansy Redbud tree, Cercis canadensis, 'Forest Pansy', is an excellent small tree for lawns, woodland gardens or naturalized areas. Effective if planted as a specimen or in groups. It is frequently planted as a street tree in residential area

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Forsythia - Northern Sun - Tree form

Price: 35.95

The Northern Sun Forsythia-Tree form, Forsythia 'Northern Sun', is a hardy Forsythia with huge bright yellow flowers in early spring before the foliage appears. The medium green foliage, on arching branches, is attractive all season. The tree form Forsythia makes a great vertical accent in a border or as a foundation plant. The clear yellow flowers, 3/4" wide and 1" in length, appear before foliage in late April. A vigorous grower, it is adapted to a wide range of soils and has no serious pests. It is best planted in full sun to encourage free flowering. It is specifically recommended for landscape use in Minnesota and other northern areas where common Forsythias are not reliably hardy. Renewal pruning is useful to keep the plant shorter and more compact.

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Frontier Elm

Price: 34.95

Frontier Elm, Ulmus 'Frontier', is highly resistant to Dutch elm disease, and should grow about 25 feet tall, with a spread of 15 feet. It combines small glossy green leaves in the spring, with lovely red-purple autumn coloration unlike most other elm trees. The bark is magnificent and often a beautiful mottled combination of gray, green orange and brown. 'Frontier' has proven itself in a wide range of locations and climates. It is also very tolerant of urban conditions. Grows at a medium to fast rate depending on moisture and fertility levels. Flowers are rarely seen and the tree does not produce seed. It is perfect for use in smaller landscapes, along city streets, and under power lines. 'Frontier' blazes a trail for elms in the urban landscape.

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Frontyard-« Linden

Price: 25.95

The Frontyard® Linden, Tilia americana 'Bailyard', is a great 'Frontyard' tree, selected because of its symmetrical branching and broadly pyramidal shape. It has an excellent symmetrical branching habit even as a young tree, and then gets nicely rounded with age. This Linden offers excellent shade with its dense foliage. It displays fragrant yellow flowers in summer with large, dark green foliage that turns yellow in the fall. It prefers moist, fertile, deep soils and tolerant of difficult, dry or heavy soils. It needs full sun, but will tolerate some shade. It is best used for farmstead windbreaks, and park trees in open landscape areas because of its large size and spreading root system.

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Ginkgo

Price: 26.45

The Gingko tree, Ginkgo biloba, is the sole surviving species of a group of Gymnosperms that flourished 65 million years ago, the time when dinosaurs existed. Gingko trees are also called Maidenhair trees. This tree can have a lifespan as long as 1,000

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Gobbler Sawtooth Oak

Price: 21.95

The Gobbler Sawtooth Oak tree, Quercus acutissima, produces acorns in 5 years, supports wildlife, and is fast growing tree. The 'œGobbler" Sawtooth Oak, is the same as the Sawtooth Oak but produces a smaller acorn. The smaller acorn is desirable as a food source for wild turkeys. This deciduous tree has a moderate water requirement and has a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. The Gobbler begins bearing acorns in the fifth or sixth year in a nursery location. The Gobbler grows fast for an oak tree. Fall leaf color will be yellow to golden brown. Leaves may persist into winter. This tree will bear heavy in alternate years and it is a very adaptable Oak tree that can tolerate droughty conditions.

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Golden Raintree

Price: 19.95

The Golden Raintree, Koelreuteria Paniculata, is an excellent tree and unrivaled for late yellow flowers. Golden Raintrees are also known as Chinese Flame trees. It is one of the very few yellow flowering trees. This deciduous tree is excellent as a small lawn tree, or for shading a patio. Golden Raintrees display a beautiful show of fall color with 2 inch golden seed pods against a dark green-leafed background. The seed pods look like tiny Chinese lanterns. It has rounded outline, spreading and ascending branches, open, reddish copper-colored foliage in the spring. It is a tough and an adaptable tree used for many landscaping applications. They are very tolerant of polluted air environments.

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Goldenrain Tree-Chin. Flame

Price: 11.95

The Chinese Flame tree, Koelreuteria bipinnata, is a deciduous tree that has a round canopy. It is a medium to rapid growing tree with medium green oval leaves. The beautiful yellow flowers, 2" long, in clusters 8-14" long, bloom June-August. The seed pods are long and orange, red or salmon-colored papery in color. They are lantern-like in appearance, form in fall. Chinese Flame trees are drought tolerant and can tolerate poor drainage, poor soils, smog and temperature extremes. It does best in full sun. The deep, non-invasive roots rarely disturb sidewalks. The beautiful flower clusters attract birds and bees.

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Green Ash

Price: 11.95

The Green Ash tree, Fraxinus Pennsylvanica, is a fast growing shade tree with rich green foliage and an upswept branching habit. It is very adaptable to many soil and moisture conditions. This medium sized tree has beautiful yellow foliage in the fall. Green Ash trees withstands drought, excessive moisture, and wind. This deciduous trees is so adaptable, that it is widely used in windbreaks and shelterbelts. The crown is densely rounded or irregular. The leaf stems are velvety. The lance shaped leaflets are a lustrous medium to dark green. Fall color is yellow.

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Green Mountain Sugar Maple (PP2339)

Price: 44.95

The Green Mountain Sugar Maple, 'Acer saccharum "Green Mountain", is a very handsome deciduous tree with leathery leaves. This showy tree is upright and oval in shape. This tree is noted for its improved performance in dry restricted growing areas such as areas close to pavement. The Green Mountain carries all of the characteristics of the Sugar Maple with the strong limbs and the gorgeous fall color and the seeds are inconspicuous and causes no significant litter problems. The Green Mountain is used for wide tree lawns, screens, shade, and as specimen tree. It is also good street tree. The leathery leaves and durable foliage resists heat and drought. Sugar Maple is among the most shade tolerant of large deciduous trees. Like other maples, its shade tolerance is manifested in its ability to germinate and persist under a closed canopy as an understory plant.

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Green Smoketree

Price: 14.60

The Green Smoketree, Cotinus coggygria, is a deciduous shrub/tree. The branches are spreading, loose, and as wide as high. Green Smoketrees have bluish green, sometimes yellow like leaves. Their fall color is red-purple. This deciduous tree has showy pubescent pedicels and peduncles of flowers that provide the "smoke" appearance. Smoketrees like sun. It is a tough tree that is adaptable to widely divergent soils and pH ranges, and it is very drought resistant. It is a great accent tree.

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Green Vase-« Zelkova

Price: 27.95

The Green Vase® Zelkova, Zelkova serrata 'Green Vase', has an elegant branching habit and vase shape much like American Elm, and this xeriscape plant is tolerant of pollution and city conditions. Green Vase Zelkova has been successfully grown in urban areas where air pollution, poor drainage, compacted soil, and/or drought are common. It is taller and less broad than Zelkova Village Green, and grows twice as fast when young. Making an excellent street tree, Zelkova is massive, with the trunk capable of growing to four feet or more in diameter. It has a moderate growth rate and likes a sunny exposure. Branches are more numerous and smaller in diameter than American Elm.

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Greenspire-« Linden

Price: 43.95

The Greenspire® Linden, Tilia cordata 'Greenspire', is very suitable for street planting. This 1998 Iowa Tree of the Year has a straight trunk, rich foliage and fragrant, pale yellow flowers. Greenspire's leaves are distinctly heart-shaped with serrated edges, alternate, simple. This Linden has an oval shape, leathery dark green foliage and yellow fall color. It maintains a single leader with a nice branching habit, and with its strong central trunk, it gives the tree a broad pyramidal form. The impressive symmetrical shape makes it a good accent tree all year round.

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Hackberry

Price: 16.95

The Hackberry tree, Celtis Occidentalis, is a superior tree that withstands heat, drought, wind, and alkaline soils. The Hackberry tree is tall, and has similar spread, with ascending arching branches, and some drooping branches. Hackberry trees have a large spreading crown with red-orange fruit in the fall. This deciduous tree has low water requirements, and a high tolerance to salt and alkali soils and urban conditions. Light green summer foliage turns to a yellow fall color. The Hackberry is a moderate growing rugged tree. The trunk takes on a corky appearance as it matures.

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Hardy Pecan

Price: 24.95

The Hardy Pecan tree, Carya Illinoinensis, is a beautiful, majestic tree that grows to a height of 70 to 100 feet with a spread of 40 to 75 feet. It has low wide spreading branches. The tree provides a bounty of sweet edible fruits and lots of summer shade after reaching maturity. Hardy Pecan trees have moderate water requirements and has a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. This deciduous, hardy, shade tree is ideal for lawns because it does not shed its leaves until late fall and it is practically immune to the attack of insects. It begins to bear nuts in 12-15 years.

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Harvest Gold Linden

Price: 29.95

The Harvest Gold Linden, Tilia x mongolica 'Harvest Gold' (PP12,232), is a hybrid of Tilia cordata and Tilia mongolica that was developed in Manitoba, Canada. It is hardier than Norlin™ Linden and resistant to sunscald injury and leaf spot. An excellent boulevard tree, it has lovely exfoliating bark, golden buds and consistent fall color. Harvest Gold is a tough tree which was selected for its majestic upright form, its strong central leader and its disease-free foliage. Since it is so consistent with its spectacular gold fall color, it is an outstanding suburban tree, street tree, and a marvelous shade tree for community parks. It is clean, with no messy fruit problems and quite adaptable to various soil types.

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Hazelnut

Price: 18.95

The Hazelnut tree, Corylus americana, also commonly called the American filbert, is a Missouri native, deciduous, rounded, multi-stemmed tree/shrub which typically grows 8-16' tall and occurs in dry or moist thickets, woodlands and wood margins, valley

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Heritage-« Birch

Price: 34.95

The Heritage River Birch tree, Betula nigra, 'Heritage', is the most prominent of all the cultivars of River Birch trees. It is faster growing, has larger, glossier leaves and is less prone to leaf spot than the other species. The bark exfoliates on younger trees and opens to a lighter, salmon-colored trunk. One of the most appealing features of the Heritage® Birch is the bark, which, on larger, young branches and stems, is reddish to pinkish brown and peels off in papery strips. The exposed inner bark is gray-brown to cinnamon-brown to reddish brown. The bark of this deciduous tree, when mature, is ridged and deepens to dark brown. This tree is handsome without leaves because of its graceful silhouette and exfoliating bark.


Homestead Elm

Price: 34.95

The Homestead Elm, Ulmus 'Homestead', is a rapid grower with a symmetrical, pyramidal crown that becomes arching as the tree matures. The dark green leaves turn golden yellow in autumn. This USDA introduction is highly resistant to Dutch Elm disease. Its young stems are brown to gray; older bark smooth and gray, becoming fissured in old age. Homestead is great for lawns or garden borders. Elms are adaptable to a wide variety of soil conditions and come in graceful, vase-shaped and weeping forms. Elms prefer full sun and adapt easily to extremes in pH, moisture, wind and heat. The aggressive roots can probably break sidewalks and raise pavement if trees are improperly located.


Horsechestnut Buckeye

Price: 29.95

The Horsechestnut Buckeye tree, Aesculus hippocastanum, is a beautiful, round-headed tree perfectly suited for use in smaller yards. This flowering tree has long, dense clusters of single, bright-red flowers and are very attractive and favored by hummingbirds. Horsechestnut Buckeye trees are deciduous. This tree is widely planted in parks, avenues and in large gardens. This tree blooms in early summer with individual flowers that have crumpled white petals which ages to dull red. Fruits have a leathery case covered with short prickles and in autumn release large seeds. The dark green foliage turns yellow-brown in fall. The nuts produced by this species are inedible. Wildlife such as squirrels gather many, and plant those that they don't eat. These trees prosper in full sun and also attracts butterflies.


Hybrid Poplar

Price: 5.73

The Poplar Hybrid tree, Populus x canadensis Robusta, will grow six feet per year with average and normal conditions. This fast growing tree is often planted as a hedge, screen, windbreak, or to line a road or drive. You can expect this tree to be over 20' tall and 15' wide in just three years. It can grow to over 70' tall. This deciduous tree will require supplemental water until established. When you need shade in a hurry, we suggest the fast-growing Hybrid Poplar trees. We haven't found any tree that grows like it. It normally lives 30-50 years. It is wind, disease, and insect-resistant and it can take the cold as far north as Canada. This poplar is often used to reforest after forest fire, and to reclaim land after strip mining. But, the best use is to provide beauty and a quick, cool, shade tree for new homes.


Imperial Honeylocust

Price: 39.95

The Imperial Honeylocust, 'Gleditsia trianthos inermis "Impcole", is a great lawn tree and street tree that is useful for the light shade it casts, which permits turf to grow beneath the canopy. This 35' tall tree has a compact spreading habit. It produces few pods and has very fine-textured foliage that turns yellow in fall. This thornless male cultivar is used for boulevard, specimen, parks, and reidential plantings. The Imperial Honeylocust is very drought tolerant. This tree also has some resistance to deer.


Japanese Red Maple

Price: 24.95

The Japanese Red Maple tree, Acer Palmatum Autropurpeum, is by far, one of the most popular ornamental plants in the plant kingdom. This small deciduous tree is a very showy, versatile species. Japanese Red Maple trees are used as a single specimen or in borders or groupings. This plant can be a single-stemmed small tree or multi-stemmed shrub. The leaves are reddish-purple in spring and again in fall. The Japanese Red Maple tree is used to create a unique bonsai tree. The classic Japanese maple has red-purple leaves which turn a brilliant red in autumn. Prospers in full sun and moist well drained soils.


Japanese Tree Lilac

Price: 39.95

The Japanese Tree Lilac, Syringa reticulata, is a handsome, small, specimen tree or large shrub that bears large creamy white flowers in large panicles in June and July. Clumps will have three or more stems. Reddish-brown, cherry-like bark, and clean, d


Kentucky Coffee Tree

Price: 29.95

The Kentucky Coffee Tree, Gymnocladus Dioicus, may also be known as American coffee berry, Kentucky mahogony, nicker treet, or stump tree. Kentucky Coffee trees are large round-barked trees belonging to the legume family and reaches heights of 60 to 100 feet. Its short trunk, 1 to 2 feet in diameter, divides into several large branches. The leaves are ovalish and are 2-4 inches long. An unofficial state tree of Kentucky, the Kentucky Coffee Tree is closely related to the honeylocust. This deciduous tree is ideal as a shade tree on larger, ungroomed properties. It got its name because early North American colonists used the large seeds to make coffee. When eaten raw, the seeds are poisonous. The bark is deeply furrowed and dark brown in colour. It adapts well to urban conditions. Fall color is yellow turning to orange.


Korean Evodia

Price: 24.95

The Korean Evodia, 'Evodia daniellii' is one of the few flowering trees that flower in the summer, rather than spring. White flowers are borne in mid summer and are quite showy. Fruit remains during the winter and adds interest to an uninteresting time of year.The bark of older stems and branches resembles beech(smooth gray bark). This plant appears to do better in good soils and seems somewhat intolerant of impoverished soils. This plant's small size will allow it to be used in restricted spaces, keeping in mind that it is as wide as tall. It is a good honey plant and the foliage looks good all summer.


Kousa Dogwood

Price: 18.45

The Kousa Dogwood tree, Cornus kousa, or Japanese Flowering Dogwood, is a handsome small specimen tree or shrub. The Kousa is not as susceptible to disease as the White Dogwood in spring. It is planted as a specimen, near a patio, or in groupings. Kousa Dogwood trees blooms later than the White Dogwood and with a softer petal flower than the White Flowering Dogwood. This deciduous tree has red fruits that look like a big round raspberry. The fall color is red to maroon. Because of its disease resistance, it is becoming the best replacement for the White Dogwood. The flowering tree, Kousa Dogwood, has low water requirements and displays a moderate tolerance for salt and alkali soils.


Kwanzan Flowering Cherry

Price: 44.95

The Kwanzan Flowering Cherry tree, Prunus serrulata "Kwanzan", is one of the most popular cultivars of the flowering cherry trees. This deciduous tree rapidly grows to height of 20 to 30 feet. The blooms are a clear pink, double flower (multiple petals like a carnation). The blooms tend to last 3 weeks, yielding to a light green foliage with a red tinge. The Kwanzan flowering cherry tree is also known as a Japanese flowering cherry tree. The leaves turn to a reddish-copper fall color. A beautiful ornamental flowering tree.


Lacebark Elm

Price: 21.95

The Lacebark Elm tree, Ulmus parvifolia, is a superb tree for urban conditions and should be widely considered for use as a street tree. This deciduous shade tree is a very hardy, tough tree that is capable of withstanding the rigors of harsh climates, poor soils and streetscape situations. The species is known for quick growth, particularly if planted in fertile, well drained soils. The dark green, oval leaves of the lacebark elm vary from 3/4 to 2 1/2 inches in length. Most lacebark elms lose their leaves late in the fall. Fall leaf color is variable, but some yellowish to reddish purple is possible even in warmer climates. The bark of this elm is perhaps its finest feature. The grey bark begins to exfoliate or peel off in small patches as the trunk matures resulting in an interesting combination of mottled colors beneath, including green, gray, orange and brown.


Lanceleaf Poplar

Price: 22.95

The Lanceleaf Poplar, Populus x acuminata, is a hardy cottonwood that has attractive 4" long, dark green, glossy leaves with a light green underside. Leaves are shaped like the head of a spear. It is native from New Mexico to Alberta, Canada. It has a dense pyramidal crown and displays a beautiful yellow fall color. Being a native to the Rocky Mountains, this beauty provides wonderful shade in a large yard. The location you choose for this tree should have enough space to allow for growth without severe pruning. Check for obstructions of buildings, overhead utility lines and tall fences.


Lavender Twist Weeping Redbud (PP10328)

Price: 49.95

The Lavender Twist Weeping Redbud, 'Cercis canadensis "Covey", also known as Twisted Lavender Redbud, is a new variety of Redbud that is sure to attract the eye. The reddish-purple bud opens to a rosy lavender-pink flower in early spring. The umbrella shaped tree accentuates the weeping, twisted branches tipping towards the ground. They flower in early spring and bloom for 2 to 3 weeks. The shape of the fruit looks like a pea pod. The pods are 2-3" and are brown. The seed pods develop in October and usually stay on throughout the winter and adding winter interest. Leaves are heart shaped, when emerging in the spring are reddish-purple changing to a dark lustrous green in the summer and then to a yellow fall color. This tree is a great specimen plant and perfect for a small protected area in the landscape.


Legacy Sugar Maple (PP4979)

Price: 44.95

The Legacy Sugar Maple, 'Acer saccharum 'Legacy', produces glossy dark green foliage that holds and resists leaf tatter and drought. The Legacy is dense and will mature with a uniform, oval crown. This Sugar Maple displays brilliant red and orange fall colors in cold areas and displaying more yellows in warmer areas. The Legacy is fast growing for a Sugar maple.The Legacy Sugar Maple is used for wide tree lawns, screens, shade, and as specimen tree. It is also good street tree. The leathery leaves and durable foliage resists heat and drought. Sugar Maple is among the most shade tolerant of large deciduous trees.


Leyland Cypress

Price: 19.95

The Cypress, Leyland, x Cupressocyparis leylandii, is a large, handsome evergreen that is used extensively in the Southeast. It is a favorite because it is fast growing, putting on three feet of growth per year on a good site. Leyland cypress forms a graceful pyramid, with dense pendulous branches and fine, feathery foliage and has Christmas tree-like qualities. It is an excellent choice for quick screens, hedges and groupings, especially on large properties. This tree tolerates severe trimming, and can be restrained at an early age with pruning. This cypress prefers sun to part shade and well-drained fertile soil. It is very adaptable, however, and tolerates acidic or alkaline soils and poor drainage on occasion. It withstands salt spray and is suited for coastal landscapes.

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Lilac - Prince Charming-« - Tree Form

Price: 45.95

The Prince Charming® Lilac, Syringa 'Bailming' (PP16,349), another terrific edition to our Fairytale® Series of dwarf Lilacs, Prince Charming® has irresistible color and upright rounded form. Grafted on Syringa reticulata it forms a wonderful small tr


Lilac - Tinkerbelle-« - Tree Form

Price: 45.95


Linden - Glenleven

Price: 44.95

The Glenleven Linden, Tilia flavescens 'Glenleven', is a hybrid between American and Little Leaf Linden. It is a fast growing tree with an extremely straight trunk and a pyramidal form (cone shaped). Glenleven's green foliage turns yellow in the fall.


Little Leaf Linden

Price: 18.95

The Little Leaf Linden tree, 'Tilia cordata ', is a very good lawn shade tree and is ideally suited to home situations. It's pyramidal to pyramidal-rounded shape and dense foliage make it an excellent landscape tree. The leaves are dark green, turning yellow or yellow-green in the fall. The small, fragrant yellowish flowers appear in June. Littleleaf Linden is widely used as a street tree and for residential landscaping. The small, yellowish summer flowers are highly fragrant. Small, round seeds are produced and they persist well into winter. The Little Leaf Linden is fairly tolerant to a wide range of site conditions and requires little maintenance. It tolerates clay soils better than many tree species and is fairly tolerant of pollution.


Live Oak

Price: 22.95

The Oak, Live, Quercus virginiana, is a large, spreading, broad-leafed evergreen tree that grows near the Coast but also occurs in moist rich woods and along stream banks. On the Gulf Coast, live oaks often support many types of epiphytic plants, including Spanish moss which hangs in weeping garlands, giving the trees a striking appearance. Since Live Oak is a large, fast growing tree, it should be restricted to large yards or parks where the spreading form can be accommodated. Sweet edible acorns are usually produced in great abundance and are of value to many birds and mammals. The name live oak comes from the fact that evergreen oaks remain green and "live" throughout winter, when other oaks are dormant, leafless and "dead"-looking.


Lombardy Poplar

Price: 18.45

The Lombardy Poplar tree, Populus nigra, is a fast growing, tall, columnar tree with bright green leaves with a silver underside. These trees are used to form quick windbreaks, while longer-lived, slower growing trees mature. A great plant for a fast growing windbreak or screen. For screening plant 5' to 8' apart in the row. These deciduous trees have moderate to high water requirements, and is moderate in its tolerance to salt and alkali. Keeping the Lombardy Poplar watered and fertilized is important for longevity. Widely used because they are graceful and they provide fast borders and screens.


London Sycamore

Price: 28.95

The London Sycamore tree, Platanus Acerifolia, or "Bloodgood Sycamore" is a large tree. The tree will reach a height of 85 feet and a spread of 70 feet. Pyramidal in youth, it develops a spreading rounded crown with age supported by a few, very large d


Magnolia x Ann

Price: 19.95

The Ann Magnolia tree, Magnolia x Ann, is a member of the 'Little Girl' series of Magnolias that are the result of a cross originally made at the U.S. National Arboretum. 'Ann' develops a somewhat open habit with deep purple-red, 7-9 inch petaled flowers. Ann Magnolia trees are vigorous and hardy. Best grown in normal garden soil in full sun. This magnolia was bred for late bloom (mid-April to early May) to avoid the hazards of late frost. It forms a shrubby mound and has leathery green foliage. It has lightly scented reddish-purple flowers that emerge from beautiful, tapered buds. There is often sporadic repeat bloom in mid-summer. The flowers are large and red-purple on both sides.

 


Magnolia x Jane

Price: 29.95

The Jane Magnolia tree, Magnolia x Jane, is a rounded, shrubby plant producing flowers in late spring that resemble slender tulips. The blooms are reddish-purple outside and white inside. Flowers open just before the leaves appear, making a superb display. Jane Magnolia trees are strong, vigorous, upright growers and are distinguished by their beautifully shaped, extremely fragrant large flowers opening in early May.


Maple - Compact Amur Maple

Price: 29.95

The Compact Amur Maple, Acer ginnala 'Compactum', has a dense, compact, shrubby form, and it is multistemmed, fine to medium textured. The dark green leaves are three lobed with a long, pointed central lobe, and Amur's foliage is more delicate than the larger shrub. It displays a fantastic fall color that ranges from orange to red. The fragrant clusters of small, pale yellow flowers in spring are not particularly noticeable. The double samara fruit turns from green to brown in mid summer. Compact Amur Maple makes an excellent hedge or individual specimen shrub, and the hedge can be sheared and maintained at 3 to 4 feet. Requiring a well drained soil, and it will tolerate shade, but develops a better fall color if grown in full sun. Reasonably drought tolerant.


Maple - McKay Seedless

Price: 49.95

The McKay Seedless Maple, Acer saccharinum, has an upright, oval form and is a very vigorous, seedless form of the common Soft Maple. This stately tree is a rapid grower, easy to transplant and a seedless Silver Maple variety. Its fall color is a stunning yellow. This tree is best planted in flood plains, wetlands, and farm windbreaks. A breeze blowing through a Silver Maple causes a striking effect, exposing the silvery underside of the leaves. It is the male specimen that is seedless. Easily grown in average, medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. McKay Seedless Maple prefers moist soils, but shows somewhat surprising tolerance for poor dry soils.


Maple - Sienna Glen-«

Price: 49.95

The Sienna Glen-« Maple, Acer freemanni, is a naturally occurring hybrid found on an abandoned farmstead in Lake Elmo, MN. It has a distinct, upright, pyramidal growth habit which is readily apparent as a young tree, and becomes a broad pyramid when mature. Sienna exhibits vigorous growth. The branches are borne closer together, finer and more delicate. The wood is harder, stouter and exhibits less drooping. The smaller, finer texture dark-green leaves have a silvery underside. Fall color is a mix of yellow, orange and red. A Dennis Heins introduction, Sienna Glen-« Maple is used by landscape architects because of its broad pyramidal form, fine texture and interesting fall coloration. It is a reliable and useful choice with its natural form, hardiness, adaptability to a variety of soil conditions, and low maintenance!


May Day Tree

Price: 44.95

The May Day Tree, Prunus padus 'European Bird Cherry', is one of the first trees to leaf out in spring. European Bird Cherry is generally described as a perennial tree or shrub and has dark-green summer foliage that turns yellow to red in fall. The white flowers are large and fragrant and appear in early May. They are borne in slender drooping clusters. It differs from other wild and garden cherries in having flowers in long cylindrical spikes. The fruit is black, about 1/3GÇ¥ or less, and taken by the birds. This low-branched tree is rounded to about 15-20GÇÖ. May Day Tree is available in single stem and clump form. The European Bird Cherry has a moderate life span relative to most other plant species and a moderate growth rate. This small-fruited cherry tree is frequented or fed on by birds!


Mayhaw

Price: 24.95

The Mayhaw tree, Crataegus aestivalis, is a slow-growing native North American tree that reaches a height of 30 feet with a rounded canopy that spreads to 35 feet or more. The dark green, deciduous leaves are often three-lobed and have red/brown unders


Mimosa Tree

Price: 18.95

The Mimosa tree, Albizzia julibrissin, sometimes called Silk tree, was introduced to the United States in 1745 for use as an ornamental plant because of its unusual, attractive and fragrant pom-pom like flowers and interesting fern-like foliage.This deciduous tree is attractive to bees, butterflies, and birds. In gardens this tree grows to 20'“30'. Mimosa trees are fast-growing but rather short-lived. It has a single trunk with smooth gray bark. Each bipinnate leaf is made up of hundreds of tiny leaflets coated in white hairs, giving the foliage a silvery cast. In late winter or spring the domed crown is decked in sprays of small, globular, golden yellow flower heads. It is able to survive winter in southern U.S., but flowers better in climates with a longer, drier summer.


Mockernut Hickery

Price: 6.78

The Mockernut Hickory tree, Carya tomentosa, is also called a White Hickory, Whiteheart Hickory, Hognut and Bullnut.The gray bark of this tree is marked with branching ridges and deep furrows. Mockernut hickory is so named because the nuts are large bu

 


Musashino Zelkova

Price: 31.95

The Musashino Zelkova, Zelkova serrata 'Musashino', is a recent introduction from Japan. This selection is ideal for narrow street use. The tightly upright branches allow good vehicle and pedestrian clearance beneath the green canopy. So, therefore, it is ideal for tight locations. Musashino Zelkova is a medium to large, moderate to fast growing tree. It can reach a height of 45' and has smooth gray bark and narrow, oval, saw-toothed leaves. This Zelkova turns an attractive yellowish-red to rusty-red color in autumn, and it is very upright and only spreading 20 feet. It performs well across a wide range of climates.


Native American Plum

Price: 16.95

The Native American Plum tree, Prunus americana, is also known as the Native Plum, Hedge Plum, Sloe or Wild Plum. Native American Plum trees are small, deciduous, single trunk trees or a multi-stemmed shrub which occurs in rocky or sandy soils in woodl

 


Navajo Peking Willow

Price: 24.95

The Navajo Peking Willow, Salix matsudana 'Navajo', is also known as Globe Willow because of its distinctly round form. The tree looks as if it's been sheared into a perfect ball. Â It is well known for its fast growth and adaptability to a wide range of soil conditions. This is one Willow that can take drought, so it is popular in hot and drier areas. Fast growth and weak wood mean that the plant should be pruned regularly to avoid breakups in wind storms. The flowers are catkins produced early in the spring. It is a species of willow native to northwestern China.


New Bradford Pear

Price: 49.95

The New Bradford Pear, 'Pyrus calleryana "Holmford", is a broad, oval tree with good branch angles. The branching is the major improvement over the Bradford pear. Stronger branches stand up better to ice and wind. The New Bradford is covered with white flowers in spring, glossy green foliage for summer, then turning yellow to maroon for autumn. It is an extremely popular, vigorous growing, medium size, shade tree with outstanding clusters of white blooms in spring and very attractive terrific yellow to red to purple foliage color in fall. The New Bradford pear is a beautiful garden addition that produces no edible fruit. This flowering tree grows best in full sun. This is a great tree for lawns or for a street tree and it is very disease resistant.

 


Newport Plum

Price: 44.95

The Newport Plum, Prunus cerasifera 'Newport, is a superior small ornamental tree that has beautiful reddish-purple foliage with bright red tips all summer long. One of the first trees to bloom in spring, it has fragrant pink flowers that are followed by purple fruit. Newport was introduced in 1923 by the University of Minnesota and is probably the most hardy of the purple-leaf cherry plum trees. This is a rounded, deciduous tree that is highly decorative with its beautiful foliage. Excellent in Japanese gardens, or just about anywhere you would like an extravagant, showy specimen tree. It prefers sandy or clay soils, and its water needs range from normal to moist. Newport is low maintenance and tolerates deer and rabbits.

 


Northern Catalpa

Price: 16.95

The Northern Catalpa tree, Catalpa speciosa, is now naturalized in urban and rural areas and is primarily used today as a large ornamental shade tree. Farmers introduced Northern Catalpa to Ohio in order to produce large amounts of relatively lightweight timber for fenceposts, since the wood is very resistant to rotting.This deciduous tree is also known as Hardy Catalpa, Western Catalpa, Cigar Tree, and Catawba-Tree. It may reach heights of 70 feet tall and 40 feet wide. As a member of the Bignonia Family, it is related to Trumpet Vine, Royal Paulownia, and other species of Catalpa, all of which are known for their showy flowers. Northern Catalpa trees are a very fast growing trees with large heart-shaped leaves. The white flowers are on 4-8 inch long panicles in late June. Fruit is a long pod. Very tolerant of tough conditions.

 


Northern Red Oak

Price: 14.48

The Northern Red Oak tree, Quercus borealis, is known for its strength and brilliant fall color. Northern Red Oak trees are used as a specimen tree and also for wildlife. It has moderate water requirements and has a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. The form of this tree is rounded and the ascending, usually massive branches, tend to branch low to the ground. Fall colors are from yellow-brown to russet-red and bright red. New leaves have a reddish tinge in the spring. Commercially valuable wood. They will bear acorns in 10-12 years in the nursery. Does best in well-drained soils. A very widely planted tree.


Northwood Maple

Price: 27.95

The Northwood Maple, Acer rubrum 'Northwood', is an excellent shade tree with ascending branches and a round, oval form. The dark green summer foliage turns orange to red in the fall. This maples is easily grown in well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. It is tolerant of a wide range of soils, but requires moist, slightly acid conditions for optimum growth and color. It is very cold hardy. Reaching an height of 50 feet and a width of 35 feet, it is an excellent specimen tree for the lawn, street or park. It is important to know that this tree has a shallow, flattened root system that may buckle nearby sidewalks or driveways if planted too close.


Nuttall Oak

Price: 24.95

The Nuttall Oak tree, Quercus nuttallii, was not distinguished as a species until 1927. It is also called red oak, Red River oak, and pin oak. It is one of the few commercially important species found on poorly drained clay flats and low bottoms of the Gulf Coastal Plain and north in the Mississippi and Red River Valleys. The acorn or winter buds identify Nuttall oak, easily confused with pin oak (Q. palustris). The lumber is often cut and sold as red oak. In addition to producing timber, Nuttall oak is an important species for wildlife management because of heavy annual mast production. Nuttall Oak trees are a good choice for low poorly drained locations. During winter, squirrels find a ready supply of acorns, since many acorns remain on the tree into January. Acorns are favored by deer and also eaten by turkeys.


Ohio Buckeye

Price: 20.45

The Ohio Buckeye tree, Aesculus glabra, derives the name from its large brown seeds, which resemble the eyes of the white-tailed deer. In the spring it produces greenish yellow flowers with protruding stamens, followed by prickly fruits. It is a handsome tree with attractive foliage. The Ohio Buckeye prefers shady conditions in its youth, but grows in full sun to full shade from youth through maturity. The Ohio buckeye is also known as American buckeye, fetid buckeye, and stinking buck-eye. It derives its unflattering common names from the disagreeable odor that emanates when the leaves are crushed.The leaves are dark green above and paler below. This deciduous tree is a good shade tree.


Okame Cherry

Price: 29.95

The Okame Cherry tree, Prunus Okame, is one of the earliest of the flowering cherries. Its carmine-pink petals, with rose-red calyx and reddish flower stalks, open fully before leaf break. It has a very consistent year-to-year blooming habit. The rosy


Oklahoma Redbud

Price: 45.95

The Oklahoma Redbud tree, Cercis reniformis, 'Oklahoma', has glossy green foliage. This redbud tree was discovered growing wild in the Arbuckle Mountains of Oklahoma in 1964. The Okahoma redbud is a small, deciduous understory tree which typically grow


Osage Orange

Price: 14.45

The Osage Orange tree, Maclura pomifera, has bright green summer leaves with yellow fall color. The Osage Orange bears an inedible fruit resembling a woody orange. It is sometmes called the Hedge Apple tree and Mock Orange and Bodark tree. Native to th

 


Overcup Oak

Price: 23.95

The Overcup Oak tree, Quercus lyrata, is a long-lived, very sturdy shade tree that will thrive in a wide variety of soil conditions. This oak tree is long overlooked by growers; the tree is just starting to be more popular and thus more readily availab

 


Paper Birch

Price: 17.95

The Paper Birch tree, Betula papyrifera, is also known as a Paper Birch, White Birch, Canoe Birch. Paper Birch trees are the most widely distributed (east to west) of all North American birches. The graceful form and attractive white bark of paper birch make it a prized species for ornamental planting and landscaping around homes and public buildings. On young trees, trunk bark is reddish-brown but turns to its characteristic white colour as the tree matures. The trunk generally divides into several arching branches. This deciduous tree tolerates alkaline soils well. Paper birch are fast growing trees.

 


Paperbark Maple

Price: 39.95

The Paperbark Maple, Acer griseum, is perhaps the most beautiful maple. It has trifoliate leaves and wonderfully orange to bronze, peeling, papery bark, which provides year round interest, especially in winter when accentuated by snow. The fall color of


Patmore Ash

Price: 44.95

The Patmore Ash tree, Fraxinus pennsylvanica 'Patmore', better known as the Patmore Ash, is a lovely, fast-growing tree with 5-9 shiny green leaflets which stay on the tree well into the autumn. Patmore ash tree is a cultivar of the green ash, so it is very hardy and it tolerates drought well. This deciduous tree exhibits a tight well-behaved shape. The attractive shiny green leaves change to a yellow fall color. Extremely hardy. It is seedless. Widely used as a shade tree and a central lawn tree.

 


Paw Paw

Price: 18.45

The Paw Paw tree, Asimina triloba, is a multi-stemmed shrub or small tree with short trunk and rounded top that presents a semi-tropical appearance. PawPaw trees average about 15' in height at maturity. It prospers in moist soils and when placed at the edge of a wooded area as an understory tree. It is recognized by its 'sleepy' summer foliage and nodding bright purple flowers in the spring. The unusual 3-lobed flowers are followed by a black, edible berry, with a taste similar to banana-pear with a custard consistency. This deciduous trees is growing in popularity largely because of the edible fruit it produces. These highly nutritous oval fruits get 2 to 5 inches long, and turn yellow-orange when ripe. The fruit is an excellent source of vitamins A and C. Two trees are necessary for pollination reasons. Fall color is a brilliant yellow.

 


Persian Parrotia

Price: 36.95

The Persian Parrotia, Parrotia persica, is a small tree that has an oval-rounded head and upright, ascending branches. The foliage emerges reddish-purple, changes to lustrous dark green in summer, then turns bright yellow to orange-scarlet in fall. A fine specimen plant, it was a 2000 PA Gold Medal Winner. This deciduous, slow-growing large shrub or tree has a smooth gray, flaking bark, much like the plane tree (Platanus). As the tree ages, branches spread horizontally. It's worth having, but take the time to plant it in the right landscape location. It needs a location where its domed shape can be appreciated.


Persimmon

Price: 15.95

The American Persimmon tree, Diospyrus virginiana, is a native fruit tree with attractive edible fruit. Its dark-green leaves conceal small fragrant white flowers that are replaced by pale-orange fruits, which ripen after frost. While persimmon grows o


Pignut Hickory

Price: 16.95

The Pignut Hickory tree, Carya glabra, has medium green broad, flat leaves and firm, gray bark. The bark may be marked in a sort of diamond pattern by shallow furrows and narrow ridges. This tree grows well in fairly rich, well drained to dry soils. It occurs with other hickories and with oaks, characteristically on hillsides and ridges. Pignut Hickory trees, as with other hickories, has wood that is tough and strong. The nuts of this particular hickory, unlike some of the others, are bitter and scarcely edible. The nuts they are an important food for squirrels and chipmunks and other wildlife. This shade tree turns a bright yellow for great fall color.

 


Pin Oak

Price: 22.95

The Pin Oak tree, Quercus palustris, is probably the most widely used native oak for landscaping. One of the faster growing oaks; it can grow 12 to 15' over a 5 to 7 year period. Pin Oak trees have moderate water requirements and have a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. This deciduous tree prospers in a range of soil types including wet soils. It has pyramidal, dense, pendulous lower branches when mature. It loses it lower limbs with age. Young trees and lower branches of older trees hold leaves throughout winter. Transplants well.

 


Pink Flowering Dogwood

Price: 18.45

The Pink Flowering Dogwood tree, Cornus florida rubra, has very large pink flowers that appear in the early spring before the foliage comes out. The foliage turns a brilliant red in the fall, followed by bright berries which last into the winter. The trees grow to a height of 15 feet. This deciduous tree is the Classic Single Pink flowering beauty. Very popular and widely planted. Pink Flowering Dogwood trees have bright red fruits, which are loved by birds, and mature in early fall and usually persist until the middle of December. The reddish brown wood is extremely hard and has been used to make tool handles. It is a great landcape and ornamental tree.

 


Pink Spires Crabapple

Price: 34.95

The Pink Spires Crabapple, Malus 'Pink Spires', is ideal for a confined screen or border planting. This excellent rosy bloom crab, one of the earliest to bloom, was selected by W. L. Kerr, Canada Department of Agriculture, Sutherland, Saskatchewan. In spring it is covered with single pink flowers with red-purple foliage, that turns to green-bronze in summer, and then copper in fall. Pink Spires is a small, hardy, deciduous ornamental tree with a narrow, upright form. It has fair resistance to scab and fireblight, shows good resistance to mildew, and a strong resistance to rust. Pink Spires does well in most soil, but will be more attractive if fed peat and compost.


Pioneer Elm

Price: 34.95

The Pioneer Elm, Ulmus 'Pioneer', is a USDA introduction that is the result of a cross between Ulmus glabra and Ulmus carpinifolia in their quest to breed Dutch Elm disease resistant elms . It is a fast growing tree, with a dense full head and glossy green foliage that turns yellow in autumn. It is distinguished by a dense, globular crown casting a heavy shade. Elms are adaptable to a wide variety of soil conditions and come in graceful, vase-shaped and weeping forms. Elms prefer full sun and adapt easily to extremes in pH, moisture, wind and heat. The aggressive roots can probably break sidewalks and raise pavement if trees are improperly located.

 


Polar JoyGäó Tree Rose

Price: 28.95

The Rose Polar Joy, 'Rosa 'Polar Joy', is a hardy tree rose. This introduction from Bailey Nurseries award-winning rose breeding program was developed especially for the northern garden. The soft pink blossoms combined with the light green foliage gives the impression of spring, apple blossoms. Polar Joy has excellent disease resistance. It is especially attractive as a vertical accent among low-growing roses and/or perennials. Unlike other tree roses which are actually 2 or 3 different roses grafted or budded together (the root, the stem and the top), Polar Joy is the same hardy rose plant from top to bottom giving it unmatched hardiness.

 


Post Oak

Price: 23.95

The Post Oak tree, Quercus stellata, is a small to medium-sized tree. The bark of the Post Oak is similar to that of the White Oak, but somewhat darker and often fissured into scaly ridges. The leaves of Post Oak trees are usually 4 to 5 inches long and they are thick and somewhat leathery. They are dark green and shiny on the upper surface and lighter green and rough hairy beneath. The Post Oak commonly is associated with the Blackjack Oak. The Post Oak usually grows in dry, sandy to rocky soils. The wood is hard and strong, and is very durable when in contact with soil. Its use is mainly for posts, railroad ties, mine props, and sometimes as fuel. In fact, the Post Oak sometimes is called the Box White Oak. Acorns are 1/2 to 2/3 inches long and ovoid in shape. The acorns matures in one year, ripening September to November. The leaves turn to a golden color in the fall.


Prairie Cascade Willow

Price: 23.95

The Prairie Cascade Willow, 'Salix pentaphyllum "Prairie Cascade", is a fast growing, trademarked hybrid willow from Morden Research Station in Manitoba. The Prairie Cascade is a hardy tree with glossy green foliage and a weeping habit. The stems are golden and of interest in the winters. It grows as a multi-stemmed plant. Its smaller size makes it a good choice for smaller yards. The average growth is about 3 ft. per year. They hold their leaves late into the fall and require very little maintenance. Well suited for moist areas, and will grow in almost any type of soil. This tree is a hybrid combining the form of the Weeping Willow with the glossy foliage of the Laurel Willow.

 


Prairie Dream-« Paper Birch

Price: 28.95

The Prairie Dream® Paper Birch, Betula papyrifera 'Varen' (PP15,768), is a beautiful, stress-tolerant selection from North Dakota. The snow white bark exfoliates with age, adding a great deal of winter interest. It displays an attractive, bright golden-yellow autumn color. It is resistant to bronze birch borer. Prairie Dream has a semi-pyramidal to upright-oval growth habit, becoming broadly-oval with age. This deciduous birch is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. This easy to grow tree will add color and interest to any yard. This is a clump version of the tree.

 


Prairie Gold Aspen

Price: 24.95

The Prairie Gold Quaking Aspen, 'Populus tremuloides 'Prairie Gold', is a fast-growing tree that grows in everything from moist sandy soil to shallow rocky soils and clay. It has attractive cream-colored bark, beautiful silvery catkins in early spring, and lustrous dark green leaves that flutter in the slightest breeze, finally turning yellow in fall. This selection was discovered growing near a northeast Nebraska creek by the late, dedicated plants man, Allen Wilke, where it had survived and thrived for years. 'Prairie Gold' has performed well in the landscape and seems to thrive in the heat and high humidity of eastern Nebraska. This selection does not seem to be affected by the host of diseases that usually plague this species. It should perform well in other parts of the Great Plains and the front range of the Rockies as well.. Grows to 35-40' high and 20-30' wide.

 


Prairie Horizon-« Alder

Price: 23.95

The Prairie Horizon® Alder, Alnus hirsuta 'Harbin', is an attractive, rapid growing tree for dry difficult sites. Decorative purple catkins in spring are followed by tiny pine cones in the fall, and are favored by birds. The bark is gray and beech-like. Its purple catkins and clusters of brown, cone-like strobiles add interest to the tree during winter. Prairie Horizon is easily grown in well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Once established, this plant is drought tolerant, so it will do well in difficult and dry areas. It is an ideal specimen tree for drier locations and mulching is recommended. Selected by the NDSU breeding program.

 


Princess Kay Plum

Price: 49.95

The Princess Kay Plum, Prunus nigra, is an ornamental plum. Princess Kay Plum is a double-flowered selection of Prunus nigra discovered in the wild in northern Minnesota. The tree form is oval with a somewhat open informal branching habit. It is a small tree that produces very pleasant and fragrant double white blooms in early May, before the leaves. These flowers then turn pinkish as they age. Princess Kay Plum has foliage that is medium green and sometimes develops a reddish-purple fall color in early autumn. Fruit set is sparse and is of poor quality. The trunk and branches are almost black in color. Adaptable to a range of soil conditions, Princess Kay Plum is not tolerant of poorly drained soils or extremely droughty soils. Requiring full sun for good performance, this tree should be grown for a wonderful landscape effect.

 


Princeton Sentry Ginkgo

Price: 44.95

The Princeton Sentry Ginkgo, 'Ginkgo biloba "Princeton Sentry", is a male cultivar (which are "fruitless"). This pest free, dense, fat columnar tree is a great street tree where there is limited overhead space. The fall color is brilliant yellow. Use t

 


Radiant Crabapple

Price: 29.95

The Radiant Crabapple tree, Malus 'Radiant', produces crimson buds that open to single, striking pink flowers that will light up your landscape. This tree puts on a spectacular spring show. It produces 1/2 inch bright red fruits in the fall. The new foliage has a reddish tint which ages to green. Performing best in full sun, it is a fast-growing, compact, deciduous tree. This crabapple forms a compact, symmetrical crown and is very hardy. It performs best in moderately moist, acidic, well-drained soil. The Radiant Flowering Crabapple tree is very disease resistant to scab, cedar-apple rust, mildew and fire blight. It is grown for cider, cooking, eating, or a combination of uses. Prune in spring to maintain shape and structure.

 


Red Cloud Dogwood

Price: 39.95

The Dogwood, Red Cloud, Cornus florida 'Red Cloud', has leaves that are crinkled around the margins and pink bracts. It offers year round interest with red to pink spring flowers, distinctive, oval, vertically curved leaves in summer, and scarlet red leaves in the fall with glossy red berries that persist into winter. These fruits are also a favorite of many birds as well as squirrels, rabbits and raccoons. Red Cloud Dogwood prefers a acidic, moist, well drained site. Partial shade is preferable for best performance. Dogwoods are somewhat susceptible to drought, so be sure that sufficient water is provided during dry periods.


Red Flowering Dogwood

Price: 39.95

The Red Flowering Dogwood tree, Cornus florida, 'Cherokee Chief', exhibits a moderate growth rate. The new growth is red. Red Flowering Dogwood trees have moderate resistance to mildew. The blooms are a beautiful deep lasting ruby red. Fall color is a bright scarlet. Dogwoods have a variety of landscape uses. With the year-round interest, dogwoods are excellent for specimen or accent plantings around the terrace or patio. This deciduous trees is often used with a combination of rhododendrons, azaleas and dogwoods planted in a raised bed which creates an interesting natural landscape feature. Dogwoods make excellent understory trees in a semi-shaded area and are also now being used in conjunction with typical foundation plantings and groundcovers in large beds around a building.


Red Maple

Price: 13.45

The Red Maple tree, Acer rubrum, is a deciduous tree which will typically grow 40-60' tall with a rounded to oval crown. In northern states, red maple usually occurs in wet bottomland, river flood plains, and wet woods, but in the south, it typically f

 


Red Maple - Autumn Flame

Price: 39.95

The Autumn Flame® Red Maple tree, Acer rubrum, 'Autumn Flame', is a fast growing tree that is also one of the first trees to show fall color. The Autumn Flame® Red Maple has scarlet/green leaves which make for gorgeous fall color. This deciduous trees leaves will always contain a hint of scarlet. It will grow in low lands and can handle excessive moisture. The Autumn Flame® Red Maple is pyramidal when young with ascending branches. The branches develop low and form a dense, narrow crown. The lobed leaves are a nice bright green. It requires full sun for best effect. It is not tolerant of drought or very hot dry weather. This tree is a large tree that can achieve a trunk size of three to five feet in diameter. This is truly a beautiful shade tree.

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Red Maple - October Glory

Price: 44.95

The October Glory Red Maple tree, Acer rubrum 'October Glory', is one of the best and most popular of the Red Maple cultivars. October Glory Red Maple trees are excellent for intense fall color and have a medium to fast growth rate. In the spring, red flowers in dense clusters form before the leaves. This Red Maple is an excellent tree for lawn or street planting. The 'October Glory' Red Maple has a good oval-rounded form. It tends to hold its lustrous dark green leaves late into fall. The intensity of the brilliant orange to red fall color is worth the wait. October Glory Red Maple trees have a dense oblong head with dark green foliage. Excellent color for the south.

 


Red Maple - Red Sunset

Price: 39.95

The Red Sunset® Red Maple tree, Acer Rubrum Red Sunset, is considered one of the best trees for early fall color! This is a large deciduous tree that has pyramidal form when young becoming rounded with age. Glossy green leaves turn brilliant orange-scarlet, extremely showy. Full sun. Grows faster than Norway and sugar maples, but slower than silver maple. The Red Sunset's® leaves are shiny green above and pale green beneath, 3-5 lobed and 3-6" across. Species name of rubrum (meaning red) is everywhere in evidence: red flowers in dense clusters in late March to early April (before the leaves appear), red fruit (reddish two-winged samara), reddish stems and twigs. The Red Sunset® is one of the best red maple cultivars available in commerce, with outstanding orange to red fall color. An excellent choice for lawn or street planting.

 


Red Mulberry

Price: 10.95

The Red Mulberry tree, Morus Rubra, is a medium-sized tree, reaching approximately 50, and occasionally, 70 feet in height. The trunk can reach a diameter of up to two feet. The broad, rounded crown consists of many shorter branches, making red mulberry a desirable shade tree. It is a rapid-growing tree. The tree's value is derived from its abundant fruits, which are eaten by people, birds, and small mammals. Red mulberry is found on a variety of sites in the East and Central U.S. and is tolerant of shade. The fruit is an edible red-purple drupe that resembles blackberry. It has dark green leaves, and the fall color of the leaves is yellow.


Redmond Linden

Price: 43.95

The Redmond Linden, 'Tilia americana 'Redmond', is a valuable tree for street planting. Redmond has the largest leaves of the Lindens and its dense foliage is glossy green with bright yellow autumn color. Voted 2000 Urban Tree of the Year by the Society of Municipal Arborists. The tree is pyramidal when young but develops into a striking specimen with an upright, oval canopy atop a tall, straight trunk. The lower branches on the species remain on the tree and gently drape toward the ground before sweeping up in a gentle curve. In June, the trees produce abundant, two to three-inch wide clusters of very fragrant, light yellow blooms which are extremely attractive to bees.


Redspire Pear

Price: 44.95

The Redspire Flowering Pear, 'Pyrus calleryana "Redspire", produces beautiful large white flowers in early spring. The flowers are larger than Bradford or Aristocrat flowering pears. The leaves emerge as red/purple and then turn a glossy green with a red tinge. The leaves turn to a yellow/orange color for an awesome fall display. The Redspire Flowering Pear develops small, pea sized reddish fruits that are attractive to birds and other wildlife. The fruits are quite persistent and may hang for up to a year. This tree has many uses including lawns, buffer strips, median strip plantings, small shade tree, specimen and as a residential street tree. The Redspire provides 3 seasons of interest: spring flowers, glossy summer foliage and spectacular fall color. It is tolerant of pollution, compacted soils, restricted rooting areas, drought and heat.

 

 


Redstone Dogwood

Price: 39.95

The Redstone Dogwood, 'Corunus Mas "Redstone", also know as Redstone Cornelian Cherry Dogwood, can be used either as a small tree with a rounded form or as a large, multi-stemmed shrub. This tree is one of the first bloomers of the year. The lovely profuse yellow flowers appear in early spring and the oval, cherry red fruit develops in the summer. The Redstone Dogwood has nice winter interest with its display of mottled bark. The fruit is highly treasured by wildlife. Great for small yard or as an accent plant.

 


Renaissance Reflection-« Birch

Price: 26.95

The Renaissance Reflection® Birch, Betula papyrifera 'Renci' (PP12,768), displays brilliant white, exfoliating bark and radiant yellow fall color. These attributes would be enough to recommend this tree! It's heat resistant and has a rapid growth rate of 3-5 feet per year, developing a slender pyramidal shape. It can be grown as a single stem or a multi-stem and like's full sun and moist soil. Renaissance Reflection has superior bronze birch borer resistance. This deciduous, hardy birch is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun. It will add color and interest to any yard. Plant against a darker background or green lawn to highlight white trunk.


River Birch

Price: 29.95

The River Birch tree, Betula Nigra, is a very handsome tree for estates, parks, golf courses and any other large areas. It displays a light reddish brown cinnamon bark that peels and flakes to give that beautiful look that the birch family is noted for. Plant as a specimen, or as a windbreak, plant 20' apart in the row. It is excellent in wet soil. The River Birch has dark green summer foliage and turns a golden yellow in the fall. Best adapted to moist, acid soils, but will survive dry soils. Not bothered by the bronze birch borer. Native, graceful branching, easy to transplant; best not to prune in spring - sap "bleeds" and is heat tolerant. This deciduous tree can withstand extended periods of flooding. The River Birch trees are beautiful in the summer and winter, are widely adaptable, and heat tolerant.


Royal Frost-« Birch

Price: 41.95

The Royal Frost® Birch, Betula x 'Royal Frost', is a newer selection of Birch with burgundy-red summer foliage that contrasts beautifully with the crisp white bark. The beautiful glossy deep burgundy red leaf color, and cinnamon to white exfoliating bark, puts this birch tree in a class of it's own. The beautiful leaf color holds very well throughout the summer. Fall is a festival of colors ranging from bright red, orange, yellow and purple. Truly a spectacular tree for all seasons. This birch has a gracefully upright, yet somewhat pendulous habit. It is bronze Birch Borer resistant. Royal Frost Birch is easy to grow, and adapts to most conditions, and it grows in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Plant against a darker background or green lawn to highlight pale trunks which will add interest to the yard.

 


Royal Red Maple

Price: 34.95

The Royal Red Maple, Acer platanoides 'Royal Red', is a Norway Maple selection that is similar to 'Crimson King', but with a somewhat slower growth rate, and what some consider, slightly better color. Royal Red is also less vigorous and less prone to frost cracks. A dense shade tree, it has a straight trunk with a well-shaped canopy, and it has a crown which is originally conical before becoming broadly round. Royal Red's glossy foliage is an excellent maroon red all season. It is heat tolerant and moderately drought resistant once established. Plant in full sun to partial shade in average well-drained soil. Adaptable to various soil conditions and is great as a shade or specimen tree. It does well on most soil types and tolerates air pollution.

 


Royal White Redbud

Price: 44.95

The Royal White Redbud, 'Cercis canadensis "Royal White", demostrates the most appealing feature of the redbud species with the showy, large white flowers in early spring. The Royal White Redbud is also a more compact tree than the Eastern Redbud. These trees are effective as a single specimen, in groupings, in a shrub border, and especially nice in woodland and naturalized type situations.It has large heart shaped leaves during the summer, and long seedpods in the fall. Red Bud trees have a yellow fall color. It has low water requirements and displays a high tolerance to salt and alkali soils. Thousands of white flowers appear in the spring before leaves appear. It can be used in full sun to part shade. Does well in many soil types, except permanently wet soils. The seed pods attract wildlife.

 


Royalty Crabapple

Price: 29.95

The Royalty Crabapple Tree, Malus 'Royalty', is an outstanding variety with single, dark red blossoms in spring that produce large, dark red fruit in the fall. The new foliage is a glossy rich purple with a green undercast, turning purple-green in mid-summer and brilliant purple in the fall. This very hardy, blight resistant crabapple has outstanding foliage with the leaves having a bright, varnished appearance and nice purple fall color . It prefers full sun and moist, well drained soil. This upright, vigorous growing tree provides three-season interest for visual enjoyment. Crabapples require little pruning once established. In late winter, prune dead, diseased, and broken branches and trim off any sprouts that arise at the base of the tree.

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Russian Olive

Price: 19.95

The Russian Olive tree, Elaeagnus Angustifolia, is an excellent windbreak and wildlife tree. It is extremely tolerant of environmental factors. The best windbreak tree for high wind areas. Pictured is the Russian Olive in a tree form. Russian Olive trees can be made into a hedge by planting 10' apart in the row. The Russian Olive has low water requirements and displays a high tolerance for salt and alkali. Its stems, buds, and leaves have a dense covering of silvery to rusty scales. Leaves are egg or lance-shaped. At three years of age, plants begin to flower and fruit. Highly aromatic, creamy yellow flowers appear in June and July and are later replaced by clusters of abundant silvery fruits. Wildlife loves the fruit. Prized for its silvery gray foliage. Prefers a sunny location and is tolerant of most soil types.

 


S.E. Wild Crabapple

Price: 19.95

The Southern Crabapple tree, Malus angustifolia, also called a wild crabapple or narrowleaf crabapple, is a small tree. This deciduous tree grows fast and reaches a height of 30/35 ft. Its flowers have deep pink buds that open lighter pink, then eventually fade to white. In fall the leaves turn many shades of red, orange and gold. It has fragrant pink flowers in the spring and small green crabapples in fall. Its fall foliage is attractive. Small apples provide food for wildlife

 

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Sargent Flowering Cherry

Price: 29.95

The Cherry, Sargent, Prunus sargentii, is not only the hardiest of the ornamental cherry trees, but also one of the largest and most beautiful. The tree's abundant spring flowers are deep pink and appear a week or so before most double-flowering cherries. Black fruits, beloved by birds, appear in summer. The Sargent cherry tree has polished, chestnut-brown bark and dark green deciduous leaves that turn red in fall. Plant Sargent in full sun in well-drained soil. It is not difficult to transplant, and lives longer than other cherry trees, sometimes more than 50 years. Cherry trees can be used as specimens and shade trees on larger properties.


Sargents Crabtree

Price: 34.95

The Sargent Crabapple tree, Malus Sargentii, is a dwarf flowering tree that flowers profusely in early spring with pink to white scented blossoms. Excellent for wildlife because of its edible dark red berries. Summer foliage is a dark green color. It is used as a specimen or patio tree. This deciduous tree has moderate water requirements and a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali. One of the smallest crabapples, it is a mounded, wide spreading tree, (wider than high), with disordered branching and frequent cross branching. Flowers are white, red when bud is opening. The fruit is bright red. This crabapple has the smallest leaves of all the crabs. Sargent Crabapple trees are know for their stunning flowers.

 


Sargents Crabtree - White

Price: 26.95

Sargents Crabtree - White, 'Malus sargentii White, is a dwarf form of M. sargentii reaching 5' in height and equal width often grafted on a 5' standard to form a specimen patio tree, or one that could be planted in a bed with foundation plants. It is known for its stunning flowers. The fragrant flowers bloom profusely in the spring, opening from the bud red in color and gradually fading through pink to white. This dwarf flowering tree is perfect for a wildlife garden, as its dark red berries are edible. The summer foliage of this deciduous tree is a dark green color. They can be planted as a specimen or patio tree, and have moderate water requirements and a moderate tolerance to salt and alkaline soils.


Sassafras Tree

Price: 23.95

The Sassafras tree, Sassafrax variifolium, also known as the Sassafrac, Saxifrac, Smelling Stick, Aguetree, and Cinnamonwood tree. This widespread Eastern U.S. native is ideal for naturalistic landscaping. Sassafras is a native tree, growing in rich wo

 


Satomi Dogwood

Price: 34.95

The Satomi Dogwood, Cornus kousa 'Satomi', produces deep pink flowers that covers the horizontal spreading branches in April to May. This Japanese selection will make an elegant specimen tree. It is very hardy and flowers later than other dogwoods. You will most assuredly note its spectacular not-at-all-white color, which is more like popsicle pink. This kousa blooms not only in a different color, but at a different time; about a month after every other dogwood is through. Being very hardy and disease resistant, Satomi Dogwood prefers full sun to light shade with a well-drained, somewhat acidic soil. Satomi will produce pink-red fruits that appear in autumn.


Saucer Magnolia

Price: 24.95

The Magnolia, Saucer, Magnolia x soulangiana, produces a spectacular flower display in early-spring with goblet-shaped blossoms that are pinkish-purple outside, white inside. It is a medium to fast-growing tree that is upright in youth, then has low, wide spreading branches and a rounded form at maturity. It becomes a multi-stemmed, spreading tree, 25 feet tall with a 20 to 30-foot spread with bright, attractive gray bark. Saucer Magnolia prefers excellent, rich soil with plenty of organic matter. It must be well drained but moist. Prune as needed after flowering but before setting buds for next season. Plant in protected area to delay blooming as long as possible. Morning sun with filtered shade in the heat of day is ideal.

 


Sawtooth Oak

Price: 20.95

The Sawtooth Oak tree, Quercus acutissima, is a wide spreading shade or lawn tree. This deciduous tree is a great source for wildlife food because it begins to produce acorns in its sixth year in the nursery. It is a highly prized oak for wildlife enthusiasts because of the short time it takes for the tree to produce acorns. Sawtooth Oak trees have moderate water requirements and it has a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. The leaves go from yellow to golden brown in the fall, and open to a brilliant golden yellow in the spring. Its growth rate is rapid for an oak tree, and it is a fast growing shade tree.

 

 


Scarlet Curls Willow

Price: 23.95

The Willow, Scarlet Curls, Salix matsudana x S. alba 'Scarlet Curls', is a round-shaped, vigorous ornamental tree with golden brown wavy branches, twisted twigs, and even wavy-edged leaves. Its twisted scarlet red stems spiral upwards. The newer stems are red in winter with older branches being golden brown. This medium sized tree is a form of the corkscrew willow and can be used as a specimen, beside a pond or stream, or at the back of the property.It prefers full sun and moist, average soil. Scarlet Curls Willow has roots that can be invasive.

 


Scarlet Oak

Price: 23.95

The Oak, Scarlet, Quercus coccinea, is often planted as an ornamental tree, popular for its bright red fall color, and is a great shade tree. It is also called black oak or red oak and generally has a poor form, irregular crown, and many dead branches. It is a large rapid-growing tree of the Eastern United States found on a variety of soils in mixed forests, especially light sandy and gravelly upland ridges and slopes. This oak tree has leaves, which to the untrained eye, may resemble the pin oaks. Scarlet Oak's acorns are 1/2 to 1 inch long, with a scaled cap covering 1/2 of the nut. It prefers part shade to full sun and adapts to a variety of soil.

 


Serviceberry

Price: 12.95

The Serviceberry tree, Amelanchier canadensis, may also be known as a Juneberry, Shadblow, or Shadbush. This large shrub has erect stems that form multi-stemmed clumps The serviceberries, genus Amelanchier, are deciduous shrubs or small trees that grow


Shademaster Honey Locust

Price: 39.95

The Shademaster Honey Locust tree, Gleditsia triacanthos inermis, 'Shademaster'Honeylocust, may also be called sweet-locust or thorny-locust. This deciduous tree is a moderately fast growing tree commonly found on moist bottom lands or limestone soils. Because it has proven very hardy and tolerant of drought and salinity, it is widely planted for windbreaks and soil erosion control. It is a fast growing tree with good trunk. It has a more or less rectangular outline formed by the upright ascending branches which then spread horizontally. Excellent street and lawn tree bcause it is thornless and seedless. The dark green foliage turns yellow for great fall color. This variety has been planted to replace the elm in many urban areas. The leaves are fine textured, medium green in color and seldom need raking because of their fine texture.

 


Shagbark Hickory

Price: 28.95

The Shagbark Hickory tree, Carya ovata, has a distinctive, shaggy bark, conspicuous on tall straight trees, which gives this species its name. It grows well in both wet and dry areas, but prefers well-drained soils. Shellbark hickory trees are also cal

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Shamrock-« Linden

Price: 25.95

The Shamrock® Linden, Tilia cordata 'Baileyi', is a vigorous grower that has a broad conical form. The open branching creates a less dense shade. It displays fragrant yellow flowers in summer. The shiny dark green foliage develops a yellowish-green fall color. It requires full sun to light shade and prefers moist, deep, fertile, well drained soils. This Linden is tolerant of difficult growing sites and soils, is urban and pollution tolerant. It attracts bees when in bloom. It is best used for farmstead windbreaks, and park trees in open landscape areas because of its large size and spreading root system.


Shantung Maple

Price: 24.95

The Shantung Maple, 'Acer trucatum', is an outstanding small tree. It has glossy, dark green star shaped foliage that remains in good condition throughout the season. It develops good fall color ranging from clear yellow to reddish purple. Its quality and adaptability make it worth growing. It is an excellent tree for small lawns and street tree use.It does well in full sun and in general seems to be quite adaptable. It of northern China but has a very large native range. It tolerates heat and alkaline soils.

 


Shellbark Hickory

Price: 27.95

The Shellbark Hickory tree, Carya laciniosa, is also know as bigleaf shagbark, kingnut, big shellbark, bottom shellbark, thick shellbark and western shellbark). This deciduous tree is similar to that of the Shagbark Hickory, but often not quite as shag

 


Showy Mountain Ash

Price: 49.95

The Showy Mountain Ash, Sorbus decora, is a smaller, rounded, ornamental tree that is grown for its white flowers, handsome foliage, and showy red fruit. These small white flowers bloom from June to July. Its branches spread to form a narrow, open, and round topped crown. The hardiest of the species in this country, it is slow growing and resistant to disease. Own root. It is a main source of food for birds, who will scatter the seeds. The fruits are not edible for humans. This plant is attractive to bees and butterflies. Showy Mountain Ash has average water needs; water regularly; do not overwater.

 


Shumard Oak

Price: 20.95

The Shumard Oak tree, Quercus shumardii, is one of the largest southern red oak trees. It grows moderately fast and produces acorns every 2 to 4 years that are a bonus since they can be used by wildlife for food. A handsome shade tree, suggested as a s


Siberian Elm

Price: 21.95

The Siberian Elm tree, Ulmus pumila, is the fastest growing deciduous hedge we know of and the more you trim, the denser the hedge. The Siberian Elm is a fast growing, hardy, and drought resistant tree when established. It is one of the first to leaf in the spring and one of the last to shed its leaves in the fall. It is also considered to be a great windbreak tree are when planted in rows. To use as a hedge, plant 10 to 15' apart in the row. Siberian Elm has moderate water requirements until established. Very adaptable, often grows under adverse conditions. Resistant to Dutch elm disease. Excellent when used for wildlife cover.

 


Silver Cloud-« Maple

Price: 24.95

The Silver Cloud™ Maple, Acer saccharinum 'Silver Cloud', is a cultivar that was selected in Manitoba, Canada for its extreme cold hardiness, excellent upright-oval growth habit, compact crown, and strong central leader. Silver Cloud™ is a medium to fast growing tree that will form a dense oval crown with spreading branches. Silver cloud is often called soft maple because the wood is the softest of the maples used for lumber. It grows best in full sunlight in a wide variety of soils, that are well drained and with adequate moisture. Resistant to pests and disease, it makes an excellent shade tree for large spaces in residential and recreation areas.

 


Silver Linden

Price: 24.95

The Linden, Silver, Tilia tomentosa, is a beautiful deciduous tree with a pyramidal form when young, but as it ages it develops into an upright silhouette with an oval canopy, and often has multiple trunks. It is a great shade tree with light gray, smooth bark, and dark green leaves, that are four to five inches long, and bright silver and fuzzy below. This causes the tree to almost appear as if it is shimmering with each little breeze. In early summer, the tree is perfumed with extremely fragrant clusters of small, yellow/white blossoms. The leaves turn yellow before dropping in autumn. Being pollution tolerant, it is quite popular for use as a shade, specimen, or street tree.


Silver Maple

Price: 14.45

The Silver Maple tree, Acer Saccharinum, is a medium to large fast growing tree. The species is ideal for wet bottomland sites and can easily recover from extended periods of flooding. It is one of the best trees for poor soil and it transplants very easily. The wood of this maple tree is soft and can be damaged by severe winds or ice storms. Along with its fast growth, it may live 130 years or more. The Silver Maple is often used in residential areas for shade because of its thick foliage and fast growth. Its leaves are deeply cut and silvery white underneath. They appear as light green and turn to yellow in the fall. This deciduous maple tree provides very dense shade. Fall color is a golden yellow.


Silverbell

Price: 14.60

The Carolina Silverbell tree, Halesia carolina, also known as Mountain Silverbell, Snowdrop tree, and Oppossum Wood, is common and reaches its greatest size in the southern Appalachian Mountains where it is called mountain silverbell. This attractive shrub, or small tree, grows in moist soils along streams in the understory of hardwood forests. It has a moderate growth rate and lives about 100 years. Place in full sun to partial shade. This deciduous tree has soft wood and it is close-grained and a favorite wood for crafts. The white bell-shaped flowers and small size make it a desirable tree for landscaping. The seeds are eaten by squirrels and the flowers provide honey for bees. Fall color is chartreuse to yellow-brown. Silverbell trees exhibit pendulous bell-shaped white flowers in spring.

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Slippery Elm

Price: 24.95

The Slippery Elm tree, 'Ulmus rubra', also know as Red Elm, is medium-sized tree that prefers moist soils. The leaves are large and very rough to the touch. It is distinguishable from other elms by its red, hairy buds and its rough, hairy twigs. The buds are covered with rusty red hairs and the wood is red to dark brown, hence the Latin name rubra, meaning red. The bark is deeply furrowed and brownish red. The inner bark is stringy, and slimy or slippery, hence the common name Slippery elm. It is less susceptible to Dutch elm disease than many elms, and has a different branching pattern. The inner bark was historically used for medicinal purposes. The inner bark is still used in the preparation of some throat lozenges.


Snow White Flwrng. Dogwood

Price: 39.95

The Snow White Flowering Dogwood tree, Cornus florida, 'Cherokee Princess', exhibits a early and heavy white flowering habit. It is an erect growing white flowering dogwood with a straight central leader that displays four inch flowers. Large snow white blooms appear in abundance on this vigorous growing upright tree. The fall color of the upper leaf surface of the Cherokee Princess Flowering Dogwood is dependably red or red-purple, but the lower leaf surface still retains a silvery hue for a bicolor effect. This deciduous flowering dogwood tree is an excellent ornamental tree.

 


Sourwood

Price: 15.45

The Sourwood tree, Oxydendrum arboreum, is one of the most prized native trees, especially noted for its summer flowering and gorgeous fall colors. The Sourwood makes a nice small specimen tree for small spaces and looks great at the woodland edge. It is also known as the Sorrel Tree and Lily-of-the-Valley Tree. Sourwood honey is prized by gourmets. The leaves are deciduous, up to 8" in length, sour-tasting, and turn scarlet in the fall. The fruit is a small gray capsule appearing in spike-like clusters. The bark is dark and blocky (alligator hide). Displays white Lily-of-the-Valley like flowers in July. Plant in full sun to partial shade in acid, organic, moist, well-drained soil. Beautiful scarlet-orange leaf color in fall. Great for a small yard, patio or lawn tree.


Southern Magnolia

Price: 24.95

The Magnolia, Southern, Magnolia grandiflora, is an aristocrat of trees. It grows well throughout Georgia, is widely adaptable to a variety of soils, and has few pest problems. With glossy evergreen foliage, and large white fragrant blossoms, it truly is

 


Southern Red Oak

Price: 23.95

The Southern Red Oak tree, Quercus falcata, is characterized by its rough bark. The Southern red oak is also referred to as Spanish oak. Southern Red Oak trees are a medium-sized tree with a short trunk and large branches supporting a rounded crown. The bark is dark gray in color, furrowed, and is marked by rough ridges and plates. It is a tree of the Old South, ranging from Maryland to Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. The acorns are usually produced singly, and biennially. They are 1/2 to 3/4 inch long, roughly spherical and orange-brown. Songbirds, turkey, a variety of small mammals and deer eat the nuts.The Southern Oak tree is deciduous and is a good shade tree adapted to drier sites. The wood of the Southern Red Oak is strong and coarse-grained.

 


Spring Bride Crabapple

Price: 23.95

The Spring Bride Crabapple Tree, Malus 'Spring Bride', produces double white blossoms each spring. The flower stalks are short and follow the branch structure closely, creating a garland of white flowers. The Spring Bride will produce very little fruit and maybe none. This hardy variety came from Canada . Its shower of white flowers is an eyecatcher. This deciduous tree is fast-growing, with an upright form and reaches about 25 feet at maturity. The branch structure provides interesting forms in winter. Select a site with full sun and well-drained soil. Crabapples require little pruning once established. In late winter, prune dead, diseased, and broken branches and trim off any sprouts that arise at the base of the tree.


Star Magnolia

Price: 24.95

The Magnolia, Star, Magnolia stellata, is one of the smallest magnolias, producing a showy cloud of white flowers in early spring. It is a very slow growing perennial shrub or small tree native to Japan. It features its large fragrant flowers before the appearance of the leaves. The flowers can be injured by late spring frosts and wind. Star Magnolia produces a reddish-green, knobby aggregate fruit which is about 2 inches long that matures and opens in early autumn. The fruit often drops before fully developed, but mature fruit opens by slits to reveal orange-red seeds. The shrub prefers deep, acidic soil and full sun. Use as a single specimen or a foundation planting.


Sugar Maple

Price: 20.95

The Sugar Maple tree, Acer Saccharum, is one of our most majestic deciduous trees. It is excellent for large shade or lawn locations. The Sugar Maple has a dense crown with glossy dark green, heavily waxed leaves. It is one of our best trees for fall color when leaves turn brilliant red or yellow-orange. It is very shade tolerant and can grow easily under canopy created by older trees. The Sugar Maple is very drought tolerant, long-lived, and grows best in deep, fertile, well-drained soils. The sap of the Sugar Maple is often collected in the spring to make many flavorful confections. Does not do well in restricted root zone. It has majestic, brilliant fall color and dense shade.

 


Sugar Tyme-« Crabapple

Price: 29.95

The Sugar Tyme® Crabapple, Malus 'Sutyzam' (PP7,062), is a disease resistant crabapple that was a 1999 Michigan Growers' Choice Award winner. It has crisp green foliage and pale buds that open to masses of gorgeous, fragrant flowers snowy flowers in May, which completely cover the tree. The Sugar Tyme Crabapple has large, deep red berries that ripen in fall and persist through winter. Vigorous and very disease-resistant, it forms an upright, oval shape and is a bit smaller than some other flowering crabs. Sugar Tyme is spectacular in the landscape since the rich red fruits remain on the tree all year. This tree does well in most soil, but will be more attractive if fed peat and compost.

 


Sugarberry

Price: 14.60

The Sugarberry tree, Celtis laevigata, is also commonly called sugar hackberry or southern hackberry or Mississippi hackberry.Sugarberry trees are basically a southern version of common or northern hackberry. The Sugarberry tree differs from common hac


Summit Ash

Price: 32.95

The Summit Ash, Fraxinus pennsylvanica 'Summit', is a vigorous selection of green ash that features a straight trunk and is uniformly upright in habit. Being very hardy, it tends to color early in the fall with golden yellow color. Although reported to b


Sunburst Honey Locust

Price: 39.95

The Sunburst Honeylocust tree, Gleditsia triacanthos inermis, 'Sunburst', is smaller in stature than the common Honeylocust tree. Sunburst Honeylocust trees display yellow new growth, and the yellow leaves persists throughout the season. The wood is de

 


Swamp Chestnut Oak

Price: 24.95

The Swamp Chestnut Oak tree, Quercus michauxii, is known also as a basket oak for the baskets made from its wood, and cow oak because cows eat the acorns. One of the important timber trees of the South, it grows on moist and wet loamy soils of bottom l


Swamp White Oak

Price: 23.95

The Swamp White Oak tree, Quercus bicolor, is a beautiful native tree with lustrous, heavy textured leaves with wavy margins. This rugged oak grows well in either upland or swampy areas. It is tolerant of poorly drained sites and frequently is found in heavy mucky soils. The Swamp White Oak is a rapidly growing tree that flowers in spring. The acorns mature and are shed in September or October of the same year. The Swamp White Oak is a long-lived tree that may reach 300 to 350 years old. The name bicolor refers to the two-colored leaf, shining dark green above and velvety white pubescence below, turning golden in the fall. This deciduous tree has a rounded open habit. Swamp Oak trees transplant easily. It casts dense shade. The sweet acorns are eaten by whitetail deer, mallards, wood ducks, wild turkeys, squirrels, woodpeckers, and smaller rodents.


Sweet Bay Magnolia

Price: 20.95

The Sweetbay Magnolia tree, Magnolia virginiana , is also called sweetbay, swampbay, or swamp magnolia. This tree is often grown as an ornamental landscape tree because of its attractive foliage, flowers, and fruit. It occurs naturally in moist and wet soils in wetland areas such as swamps and along streams and ponds. Large, multi-stemmed and evergreen this magnolia is noted for its creamy white flower whose fragrance has been described as cool, sweet, and fruity. The leaves, pale green with silvery underside and crimson fruiting cones, are unmistakable. The fruits provide a good food source for many wildlife species, such as, turkey, quail, and numerous songbirds. Sweetbay magnolia is a medium, evergreen tree that generally has a pen crown of sparsely spreading branches, and it is deciduous in the northern United States.

 


Sweet Gum

Price: 22.95

The Sweetgum tree, Liquidambar styraciflua, is a rapid growing shade tree usually grown for its excellent fall color. It has an upright pyramidal growth habit in its youth and then becomes spreading, irregular and open as it ages. The star shaped lustrous dark green foliage turns a spectacular fall color, often a combination of green, yellow, orange, red and purple foliage, but sometimes solid crimson, burgundy or scarlet. The Sweetgum tree usually does not flower or fruit for the first 15 to 20 years. It prefers full sun and can grow to 60 feet high and 40 feet wide. The Sweetgum tree has landscape value as a shade, specimen or focal point tree. Sweetgum trees are an excellent lawn, park, or street tree. Birds like the seeds it produces. The bark has a corky appearance. It has spectacular colors, is fast growing, and has great shade.

 


Tatarian Maple

Price: 24.95

The Tatarian Maple, Acer tataricum', is quite similar to Amur Maple and the two species readily hybridize when grown together. Tatarian Maple grows slightly larger and is naturally more tree like in growth habit. The Tatarian Maples are slightly larger and usually develop a good red coloration when maturing. Fall color is usually yellow to reddish brown. A good tree for planters or patios. It has excellent small tree form and good foliage quality.

 


Texana Nuttall Oak

Price: 10.95

The Texana Nuttall Oak tree, Quercus texana, also known as Spanish oak, Nuttall's oak, Texas red oak, Spotted Oak, Rock oak, and red river oak, is a large deciduous native tree of the red oak group. The Texana Nuttail tree has a wide-spreading, rounded crown. Fruits are oval acorns (to 1 1/2" long) with scaly cups. Dark green leaves (4-8" long) are deeply divided into 5-7 spiny, pointed lobes. Leaf shape is reminiscent of the closely related pin oaks and schumard oaks. Fall color comes late, but often includes quality shades of red. Species name is in reference to the state of Texas where this oak was apparently first identified. Gray-brown bark, initially thin and smooth, later developes narrow scaly ridges. The acorn matures in two seasons. The wood is used as red oak lumber. The acorns are eaten by water fowl and many small mammals.

 


Texas Red Oak

Price: 24.95

The Texas Red Oak, 'Quercus buckleyi' is also known as Spanish Oak, Spotted Oak, Red Oak, and Rock Oak. This medium sized tree may achieve a height of 30 feet or more and an equal spread. The Texas Red Oak develops a rather typical shape and form for the species, with a dense rounded canopy. The Texas red oak may also be found as a multi-trunked specimen in the wild. They are moderately fast growing for a hard wood tree. The bark is thick with scaly ridges separated by deep, dark fissures.

 


Texas Whitebud

Price: 15.58

The Texas Whitebud tree, Cercis canadensis, 'Texas Whitebud', has glossy green foliage. It is a small, deciduous understory tree which typically grows to 12-18' tall. Clusters of tiny, white, pea-like flowers bloom profusely on the branches and mature

 

 


Theves Poplar

Price: 11.48

The Theves Poplar, 'Populus nigra "Afghanica", is fast growing and very upright. The Theves Poplar is used for borders and screens. It is longer lived than the Lombardy Poplar. The columnar or spire-like form is often recommended for screens. The bark of older trunks is nearly white. The leaves are triangular-ovate and deep green in color. It is good in lawns where a narrow tree is needed. For screening plant 10 to 15' apart in the row. These deciduous trees have moderate to high water requirements, and is moderate in its tolerance to salt and alkali.

 


Thornless Cockspur Hawthorn

Price: 24.95

The Thornless Cockspur Hawthorn, Crataegus crus-galli 'inermis', is a small, thornless tree with beautiful, single white flowers, abundant red fruit and silver-gray bark. The fruits are a bright red and are produced in masses, which provides excellent color in late summer and early fall. The glossy green foliage turns a showy orange in fall. This tree has a rounded growth habit and is very disease resistant. No major insect problems and resistance to rust diseases. The bark is exfoliates in thin gray strips, and provides winter interest. This tree provides a distinct horizontal accent to the landscape.


Thornless Honeylocust

Price: 14.95

The Thornless Honeylocust tree, Gleditsia Triacanthos, is fast growing as a young tree and will grow 2' or more a year over a 10-year period. Readily transplanted, it withstands a wide range of conditions although it reaches maximum development on rich, moist bottomlands or on soils of a limestone origin. This deciduous tree is tolerant of drought conditions, high pH, and is salt tolerant. Thornless Honeylocust trees are an excellent lawn tree for filtered shade. The fine small textured leaves casts a light shade and usually do not need raking in the fall.

 


Thundercloud Plum

Price: 24.95

The Thundercloud Plum, Prunus cerasifera 'Thundercloud', displays fragrant, single pink flowers that bloom in spring before foliage emerges. It seldom bears fruit, but has beautiful, glossy, deep purple foliage throughout the growing season. Its fast growth rate and upright to upright-spreading nature quickly forms a 15 to 25-foot-tall, dense silhouette. Its dense crown forms into a round vase shape. Thundercloud is a highly decorative tree with beautiful foliage, so it'll make an excellent tree for Japanese gardens, or just about anywhere you would like an extravagant, showy specimen tree. It prefers sandy or clay soils, and its water needs range from normal to moist. Enjoy this low maintenance tree that also tolerates deer and rabbits.

 


Toba Hawthorn

Price: 24.95

The Toba Hawthorn, Crataegus x mordenensis 'Toba', is hardier than some of the other Hawthorns. This tree was introduced by the Morden Station of Manitoba, Canada. It bears fragrant, large, double white flowers that turn to pink. The foliage is glossy, and it bears 1/2 inch red fruit. The glossy dark green foliage turns to yellowish-brown in fall. A unique feature of this tree is that the trunk is somewhat twisted. Toba has a broad, upright habit that is rounded; silver gray bark on twisted branches; site adaptable. The bark is amber colored with medium texture; branches are armed with slender 1-3 inch thorns. Can be used as an ornamental plant or in groupings.


Tree Lilac

Price: 49.95

The Tree Lilac, Syringa reticulata, 'Ivory Silk' is a heavily flowering tree, covered by large plumes of small white flowers in the beginning of summer. It's dark green leaves blending with it's fragrant white flowers are a favorite for spring-time

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Trident Maple

Price: 14.60

The Trident Maple tree, Acer Buergerianum, is a deciduous, 20-30 foot-high by 25-foot-wide tree in the wild. The Trident Maple has beautiful 3-inch-wide, tri-lobed leaves, glossy green above and paler underneath, which turn various shades of red, orang


TriumphGäó Elm

Price: 31.95

The Triumph™ Elm, Ulmus 'Morton Glossy', is a selection that resulted from a controlled cross between Vanguard™ Elm and Accolade® Elm, conducted by Dr. George Ware at the Morton Arboretum. Introduced through Chicagoland Grows®, it has an upright ha


Tulip Poplar

Price: 10.95

The Tulip Poplar tree, Liriodendron tulipifera, also known as Yellow poplar or Tuliptree, is nature's masterpiece with beautiful tulip like flowers and very fast growing. The Tulip Poplar is a fast growing large shade tree that can grow 15 to 20' over a 6 to 8 year period. As a specimen tree on a large property it has great beauty, and in the fall can be spectacular. This deciduous tree has moderate water requirements and has a moderate tolerance for salt and alkali soils. It has masses of tulip-like flowers in the spring. The lovely little tulip-shaped flowers are greenish-yellow with an orange band. Leaves are deep green and turn a blazing golden yellow in fall. It is a wonderful shade tree, hardy and is highly resistant to insects and diseases.


Walker Weeping Caragana

Price: 49.95

The Walker Weeping Caragana, Caragana arborescens 'Walker', is budded on a standard. This small tree has finely cut foliage for a fern-like appearance. Strongly weeping, Walker was developed at the Morden Research Station in Manitoba, Canada. An outstanding accent plant for limited areas, it bears bright yellow flowers in spring that are usually hidden by the leaves. This vigorous, twining vine has large, heart-shaped to rounded, dark green leaves. Walker Weeping grows flat against a trellis and offers a dense shade. Walker Weeping is an excellent small accent plant or specimen plant for tight areas. Its weeping branches and finely cut foliage gives it a unique appearance. Make this an outstanding special feature plant in your landscape!

 


Washington Hawthorne

Price: 6.48

The Washington Hawthorne tree, Crataegus Phaenopyrum, is a broadly oval to rounded, dense, thorny tree. The foliage is a reddish purple when unfolding and gradually changing to lustrous dark green at maturity. Fall color varies from orange to scarlet to purplish. Flowers are white and ½" diameter. Fruit is a bright glossy red. Washington Hawthorne trees holds its fruit on the tree and it is an excellent wildlife species and can be used as a specimen, hedge or screen. Plant 4-6' apart in the row for a hedge. It has low water requirements and shows a high tolerance to salt and alkali soils. The tree flowers in early spring with a profusion of white blossoms. After frost, the leaves turn a beautiful scarlet color.

 


Water Oak

Price: 23.95

The Water Oak tree, Quercus nigra, is also known as a spotted oak or possum oak. Water Oak trees are a conical to round-topped tree. It is a popular tree in the South as a shade and street tree. This deciduous tree is fast growing and it starts produci

 


Water Tupelo

Price: 9.95

The Water Tupelo tree, Nyssa aquatica, is also called the cottongum, sourgum, swamp tupelo, tupelo-gum, and water-gum. Water Tupelo trees are a large, long-lived trees that grow in southern swamps and flood plains where its root system is periodically under water. This deciduous tree has a swollen base that tapers to a long, clear bole and often occurs in pure stands. A good mature tree will produce commercial timber used for furniture and crates. Many kinds of wildlife eat the fruits and it is a favored honey tree. The fragrant flowers entice many visits from spring pollinators. The fall color is yellow to purple.

 


Weeping Cherry

Price: 49.95

The Weeping Cherry tree, Prunus subhirtelia 'Pendula Plena Rosea', has a medium growth rate for its arching vertical growth, but a rapid growth rate for its many weeping stems. The Higgins Weeping Cherry tree prefers moist, well-drained soils of averag

 


Weeping Cut Leaf Birch

Price: 24.95

The Weeping Cut Leaf Birch, Betula pendula 'Dalecarlica', is a graceful white-bark tree. This birch has pendulous branches that sway in the breeze. Its delicate finely cut foliage turns a brilliant yellow in the fall. This hardy variety is highly recommended for lawn and park plantings. Once established, it tolerates some heat and dry spells. This birch is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Plant against a darker background or green lawn to highlight pale trunks which will add interest to the yard. Weeping Cut Leaf is a fast-growing birch tree that is attractive year-round.


Weeping Willow

Price: 11.95

The Weeping Willow tree, Salix Babylonica, is a rapid growing yard or landscaping tree. When mature it exhibits graceful wide spreading branches. The Weeping Willow has pendulous weeping branches, a short trunk, and has a broad rounded crown. This deciduous tree has leaves that are thin and narrow, sometimes with whitened or silky undersides. It also is used in low moist areas like creek banks or areas that are very moist. It is one of the first trees to leaf out in the spring and one of the last to drop leaves in the fall. The foliage is a shimmering light green color in summer and turns yellow in the fall. The Weeping Willow trees are mentioned many times in literature and poetry from the time of Shakespeare. The usual reference is to shimmering leaves. It is graceful, grows fast, and adaptable.


Weeping Willow - Niobe

Price: 43.95

The Niobe Weeping Willow, Salix alba 'Tristis', has a wide canopy of gracefully pendulous, golden branches. This spectacular tree is rapidly becoming the choice weeping willow in gardens with its golden bark! Niobe Weeping Willow has leaves that are narrow, lance-shaped, and bright greenish yellow. It is a superb specimen by water, but don't plant this tree anywhere near a septic system or its lines! It has narrow, shiny green leaves that appear early and have a bright golden yellow fall color. Niobe's branches are quite interesting throughout the winter. It prefers full sun and a moist location. Niobe Weeping Willow can withstand standing water for several weeks and is useful for drying up low, moist areas in the landscape as well.


White Ash

Price: 23.95

The White Ash tree, Fraxinus Americana, is a handsome native tree. It develops an open and rather round topped crown in its old age. This is the largest of the ash trees in North America. Mature trunks can reach almost 6 feet in diameter. This deciduous tree has firm gray bark with diamond-shaped furrows and interlacing ridges. The tree grows in the rich, moist, well-drained soil of bottomlands and other soil types on not-so-dry slopes. The size and value of White Ash trees makes this one of the primary commercial hardwoods in the United States. The wood is hard, strong, elastic, and very useful. Several kinds of birds eat the fruit. The foliage is dark green in the summer and turns to yellow or maroon in the fall. It is tall, stately, and long lived.


White Flowering Dogwood

Price: 16.95

The White Flowering Dogwood, Cornus Florida, is the "aristocrat" of flowering trees because it is breathtakingly beautiful with its white blossoms. The White Flowering Dogwood has an excellent show of white blossoms in spring, and bright red berrie

 


White Fringe Tree

Price: 14.60

The White Fringetree, Chionanthus virginicus, is a deciduous shrub or small tree with a spreading, rounded habit. It is also known as Old Mans Beard. The common name refers to the slightly fragrant, spring-blooming flowers which feature airy, terminal,

 


White Mulberry

Price: 10.95

The White Mulberry tree, Morus Alba Tatarica, has many common names, such as, White mulberry, Russian mulberry, Silkworm mulberry, and Moral blanco. The White Mulberry is an excellent and handsome shade tree and is often planted on field edges in irrigated, semi-arid lands where it is also valued for fruit, poles and timber. This deciduous trees has a deep-rooting habit which makes it a suitable tree for linear plantings. It is a widely grown fruit which can be eaten fresh, preserved, vinified or, in some semi-arid areas, dried for winter use. Mulberries thrive in full sun and dislike crowded conditions; they prefer deep soils and need good drainage; they are frost resistant. Mulberries thrive over a very wide range of warm temperate, sub-tropical and tropical conditions.


White Oak

Price: 24.95

The White Oak tree, Quercus alba, is a great majestic long-lived tree that will last for generations. It is an excellent wildlife source of food mass in the form of acorns. This deciduous shade tree has moderate water requirements and has a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. Does best on deep, moist, well-drained, acid soils. This tree grows at a moderate pace. The White Oak is pyramidal in youth and then develops broad crown with age. The dense foliage is bluish-green, to reddish-brown in fall. The White Oak is the tree from which the phrase "The Mighty Oak" was coined. It is an excellent specimen tree needing plenty of room to mature properly. Advantages of the White Oak are that they are easily transplanted when young and they have a high resistance to ice breakage and oak wilt. They require very little maintenance.


White Walnut

Price: 17.95

The White Walnut tree, Juglans cinerea, also known as White walnut and Butternut tree is a small to medium-sized tree. This tree has a short trunk which is divided into a few ascending limbs with large spreading, sparsely forked branches. The smaller branches tend to bend downwards and then turn up at the ends. The crown is open, broad, irregular in outline and rounded at the top. The root system is composed of a number of wide-spreading laterals that grow to a considerable depth. Usually a taproot develops in deep soils. White Walnut trees grows fast, especially as a seedling, but usually does not live longer than 75 years. Nuts resemble Black Walnut, but smaller, with an oily, spicy flavor. Tree is best known for the rich quality of its wood. It makes a good shade tree.

 


Willow Hybrid

Price: 5.48

The Willow Hybrid tree, Salix Willow Hybrid, also called a Hybrid Willow, will, on average, and under normal conditions, grow six feet per year. Under ideal conditions and on good sites the growth rate is even faster, up to twenty feet a year. Planted as a hedge, screen, windbreak, or to line a road or drive, you can expect this tree to be over 20' tall and 15' wide in just three years. This deciduous tree can grow to over 70' tall. This tree will require supplemental water until established. It is not a Weeping Willow, but an upright growing majestic tree. Many homeowners use this tree as a shade tree because of its fast growth and quick shade.

 


Willow Oak

Price: 23.95

The Willow Oak tree, Quercus phellos, is one of the most popular trees for streets, parks, estates, and residential properties. This shade tree is also grown as far north as Cape Cod with reasonable success. A beautiful specimen oak, the Willow Oak is a relatively fast growing species, about 2' a year. Willow Oak trees have moderate water requirements and a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. This deciduous trees fall color is yellow to yellow-brown. The Willow Oak is a good street tree because it is tolerant of heat, drought, air pollution and standing water. Acorns are a good food source for birds and squirrels. The small leaves are easy to clean up in the fall.

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Winter King Hawthorn

Price: 34.95

The Winter King Hawthorn, Crataegus viridis 'Winter King', introduced in 1955, provides white flowers that form against the lustrous green leaves. These are followed by red, 3/8 " fruit that stand out against Winter King's silvery frame. It fruits heavily when young and retains fruit throughout the winter. The silver-gray bark exfoliates with age, and when the leaves fall, this beautiful exfoliating bark is exposed. This tree proves its excellence by turning gold with traces of red and purple in autumn. It remains relatively free of pests and diseases such as scab and rust. Winter King works well in tight spaces so use as a hedge, single specimen, screen, or mass planting. If you want year-round interest in your garden or yard, this beautiful tree will not be disappointing!

 


Yellow Buckeye

Price: 26.95

The Yellow Buckeye tree, Aesculus octandra, is an ornamental tree and may also be known as the big buckeye, buckeye, large buckeye, Ohio buckeye, and sweet buckeye. The smallish creamy yellow or occasionally pinkish flowers appear in 6" panicles from late spring to early summer, followed by fruits each with 2 to 4 seeds. The dark green leaves turn yellow before falling. The bark is dark brown, becoming furrowed with age. Yellow Buckeye trees have nuts that are attractive to squirrels.


Yoshino Flowering Cherry

Price: 32.95

The Yoshino Cherry tree, Prunus X Yedoensis, has white or pink clusters of beautiful flowers that have a scent of almond. The flowers appear before the leaves. Total bloom time usually 10-14 days. These ornamental cherries are bred for flowers and fragrance instead of fruit. The lavish blooms of soft pink semi-double fragrant flowers cover the rounded-spreading crown of this cherry. These deciduous trees have glossy, dark green leaves which turn yellow in fall. Yoshino Cherry trees prefers full sun and well-drained soils. It is excellent as a border or mass plantings in an open area or as specimen tree. They are exceptionally showy with evergreens in background. It is the main cherry tree in the Washington tidal basin, common on US Capitol grounds and around the Library of Congress.


Zumi Crabapple

Price: 29.95

The Zumi Crabapple tree, Malus x Zumi 'Calocarpa', is valued for its profuse, spring bloom of fragrant, white flowers and for its glossy, small, bright red crabapples which mature in the fall and often persist into December. A dense, rounded-to-spreadi

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