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Acer (Maple) ginnala 'Flame' (Flame Amur Maple)

Glossy, dark green leaves in the summer, changing to one of the most brilliant red colored trees in the fall. Abundant showy scarlet samaras in late summer. Multi-stemmed or single-trunk tree with irregular, open form. Yellowish-white flowers bloom April-May. A very good specimen for landscaping, as well as for a deciduous hedge. Very tolerant of temperature extremes.

  • Height: 15'-20'
  • Spread: 15'-20'
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Acer (Maple) tataricum ‘Garann’ (HOT WINGS® Tatarian maple)

HOT WINGS® is known for it’s red samaras (helicopters) that contrast rich green foliage.  Yellow-white flower clusters cover the tree in spring after leaves appear. In the fall,  HOT WINGS® turns orange-red on the outside of the tree, to yellow in the middle.  As a younger plant, its branches spread wider than tall, and becomes rounder with age.

  • Height: 15'-18'
  • Spread: 15'-18'
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Acer palmatum (Japanese Maple) dissectum 'Crimson Queen' (Crimson Queen Cutleaf Japanese Maple)

A dwarf, mounded, deciduous tree or multi-stemmed shrub with cascading branches and weeping habit. Grows slowly. Finely, deeply cut leaves which emerge red in spring, maturing to dark purplish red in summer, and crimson red in the fall. Keeps its color well through the season. Perfect for specimen or accent and by ponds.

  • Height: 8'-10'
  • Spread: 10'-12'
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Aesculus (Horse Chestnut) carnea 'Briotii' (Ruby Red Horse Chestnut)

Very large, dark green leaves. Does not produce any appreciable fall color. Well suited for use as a specimen. Pyramidal when very young, but develops slowly into a round, very dense shade tree by 5-7 years of age. Beautiful springtime display of blossoms. Attractive to hummingbirds.

  • Height: 35'-45'
  • Spread: 35'-45'
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Amelanchier (Serviceberry) alnifolia 'Obelisk' (Standing Ovation™ Serviceberry)

Standing Ovation™ is covered in white flowers each spring, which sometimes turn into edible berries in June. As the seasons continue, dark green, almost circular leaves change to red and orange in autumn. Its upright, perfectly oval form adds height in small gardens and provides nice structure during winter. The uniform habit makes it great for hedging.

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  • Height: 14'-15'
  • Spread: 4'
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Amelanchier (Serviceberry) canadensis (Shadblow Serviceberry)

Large, multi-stemmed, upright open, graceful form. Grayish green foliage. Smooth gray bark. Edible fruit. One of the first trees to bloom in spring (about 10 days before Crabapples) Masses of small, white flowers. Fall color arise from golden yellow to red.

  • Height: 10'-20'
  • Spread: 15'-20'
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Betula (Birch) nigra (River Birch)

Clump form. Features exfoliating reddish brown bark. Dark green leaves turn yellow-gold in fall. Useful along streams and river valleys. Resistant to birch borer.

  • Height: 40'-50'
  • Spread: 30'-40'
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Betula (Birch) nigra 'Cully' (Heritage River Birch)

A vigorous, fast growing with salmon-cream to brownish exfoliating bark that is lighter than the River Birch. Tolerates wet, poorly drained soils. Resistant to bronze birch borer. Broadly pyramidal, becoming more rounded with age. Leathery, dark green leaves and golden-yellow fall color.

  • Height: 40'-45'
  • Spread: 25'-30'
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Betula (Birch) platyphylla v. japonica (Whitespire Birch)

Selected for its borer resistance and tolerance to heat. Chalky white bark which does not exfoliate. Tolerates heat, wind and drought, but not wet soil. Broadly pyramidal. Large, glossy, dark green leaves and golden-yellow fall color.

  • Height: 30'-40'
  • Spread: 15'-20'
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Betula (Birch) populifolia 'Royal Frost' (Royal Frost Birch)

Beautiful , glossy, deep purple leaves that hold their color well throughout the summer. The pointy leaves emerge burgundy in the spring. Cinnamon-white exfoliating bark. fall colors range from bright reds and oranges, to yellow and purple. Upright pyramidal shape, rounding out somewhat with maturity. Prune only in summer when fully leafed out. Fast grower. It should not be allowed to dry out.

  • Height: 30'-40'
  • Spread: 15'-20'
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Carpinus (Hornbeam) caroliniana (Blue Beech)

Also known as American Hornbeam, Water Beech, Musclewood or Ironwood. A good tree for naturalized areas. Will grow in heavy shade. Wide, spreading, flat or round top. Does well in moist to wet soils. Native tree. Good street tree. Very hard wood.

  • Height: 15'-20'
  • Spread: 15'-20'
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Catalpa (Catalpa) speciosa (Northern Catalpa)

Narrow, open, irregular rounded crown with spreading branches. Upright panicle of white, bell-shaped, orchid-like flowers with yellow-orange stripes and purple spots in May-June. Long, slender, bean-like fruit. Easy to grow. Tolerant of seasonal flooding. No serious insect or disease problems. Large, light green to yellow-green leaves. No significant fall color.

  • Height: 40'-60'
  • Spread: 20'-40'
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Celtis (Hackberry) occidentalis (Common Hackberry)

Upright-oval shape when young, quickly losing its central leader and becoming a rounded to irregular shape when mature. Fast growth. Blooms emerge with leaves, and are not ornamentally important. Good for use as a shade tree, deciduous windbreak, or for erosion control. Very urban tolerant. Very cold hardy. It is also known as the nettletree, sugarberry, beaverwood, northern hackberry, and American hackberry.

  • Height: 40'-50'
  • Spread: 40'-50'
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Cercidiphyllum (Katsura Tree) japonicum (Katsura Tree)

Upright and pyramidal when young, maturing into round, spreading form. Slender, ascending branches. Bluish-green, heart-shaped foliage with a fine texture that is similar to Eastern Redbud. Dislikes dry conditions. Best in moist , deep, loamy soils. Slow growing.

  • Height: 40'-50'
  • Spread: 20'-30'
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Cercis (Redbud) canadensis (Eastern Redbud)

Small vase-shaped tree with trunk dividing close to the ground, forming flat-topped or rounded crown. Broad, rounded shape. Flowers precede the deep green, heart-shaped leaves in spring. Prefers moist, deep, well-drained soils. Use as a single specimen or groupings. Medium growth rate.

  • Height: 20'-25'
  • Spread: 20'-25'
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Cornus (Dogwood) kousa (Kousa Dogwood)

Also called Japanese Dogwood. A small, deciduous flowering tree with an early vase-shaped habit that matures into a more rounded look. White, four-petaled flowers. 1″ berry-like edible sweet fruits that mature to a pinkish red in summer and persist into fall. Dark green foliage turns reddish purple to scarlet in fall.

  • Height: 20'-30'
  • Spread: 20'-30'
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Cornus (Dogwood) mas (Corneliancherry Dogwood)

Small , rounded hardy tree with dense, upright branching. Dark green glossy leaves which turn yellow to red-purple in fall. Rounded clusters of small yellow flowers in late March to early April. Bright red fruits develop in mid summer, but are quickly consumed by birds. Showy exfoliating bark. Very pest resistant.

  • Height: 20'-25'
  • Spread: 15'-20'
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  • Attracts Birds
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    Rabbit Resistant
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
  • Deer Resistant
  • Fragrant
  • Salt Tolerant
  • Shade
  • Wet Soils