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Fagus (Beech) sylvatica (European Beech)

A very large, graceful, slow growing tree with an upright, oval growth habit. Few disease or pest problems. Smooth gray bark. Medium green leaves which turn copper and russet in the fall and persist on the tree through winter. Will tolerate some shade.

  • Height: 50'-60'
  • Spread: 30'-40'
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Fagus (Beech) sylvatica 'Riversii' (Rivers Purple Beech)

Gray bark and dark purple foliage which gradually turns purple-green through the summer. Copper fall color. Becomes dense and compact with age. Symmetrical. A great specimen plant.

  • Height: 50'-60'
  • Spread: 50'-60'
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Fagus (Beech) sylvatica 'Roseomarginata' (Tricolor Beech)

Unique leaves can be green, purple, rose-pink and cream, and may change with age.  Outstanding foliage make this tree stand out in any landscape. A beautiful specimen tree. Foliage will burn in hot sun or dry winds so site accordingly. Slow grower. Rarely gets to the upper levels of height or width.

  • Height: 25'-35'
  • Spread: 25'-35'
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Hamamelis (Witchhazel) vernalis (Vernal Witchhazel)

Multistemmed, rounded spreading form. Medium texture. Compact growth habit. Neat appearance. Good selection for some late winter interest, as it has fragrant, yellow-red blooms which appear in March. Can handle gravel sites or poorly drained clay soils. Consistent yellow fall color is very long lasting. Tough, durable plant.

  • Height: 6'-10'
  • Spread: 6'-10'
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Hamamelis (Witchhazel) virginiana (Common Witchazel)

Native plant, and the most cold hardy of all witchhazels. Dark green glossy leaves which turn bright yellow in the fall. 1″ fragrant, creamy to bright yellow, spider-like flowers in the fall. Slow growing, multistemmed, round, open spreading habit with irregular branching. Excellent for naturalized areas, shady areas, and the fall color.

  • Height: 15'-25'
  • Spread: 15'-25'
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Liriodendron (Tulip Tree) tulipifera (American Tulip Tree)

Native. Also known as Yellow Poplar and Tulip Poplar. Oval to pyramidal in shape when young, becoming broader and more irregular with age. Yellow fall foliage. Tall straight trunk. Attracts birds and hummingbirds. Cup-shaped, upright, fragrant flowers in late spring.

  • Height: 70'-90'
  • Spread: 20'-40'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) lilliflora x. 'Betty' (Betty Lily Magnolia)

Flowers produced in mid to late April. Large, abundant flowers – red purple buds open to white and pink on the inside – opening before leaves. A very vigorous grower. Late blooming cultivar developed at the US National Arboretum. Foliage remains attractive all season. Part of the ‘Little Girl’ series.

  • Height: 8'-10'
  • Spread: 6'-8'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) lilliflora x. 'Jane' (Jane Lily Magnolia)

Developed at the US National Arboretum in the ’50’s to combat late frosts killing the Magnolia blossoms. Large, fragrant, deep-purple blooms, with pure white insides, come out before the new spring foliage, and keep coming intermittently through the fall. Very hardy. Dark to medium green leaves. Part of the ‘Little Girl’ series.

  • Height: 15'-20'
  • Spread: 10'-15'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) lilliflora x. 'Susan' (Susan Lily Magnolia)

A cross between M. lilliflora ‘Nigra’ and M. stellata ‘Rosea’ Part of the ‘Little Girl’ series. Flowers about 2-4 weeks later (mid-April to early-May) than regular species, reducing the risk of flower damage from early frosts. Compact, shrubby habit. Fragrant, goblet-shaped, fuchsia flowers, before foliage appears. Slow growing. Leaves turn yellow-bronze in fall.

  • Height: 8'-12'
  • Spread: 8'-12'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) Magnolia Stellata Centennial Blush (Centennial Blush Magnolia)

This plant can take on a shrub appearance with its lower branches intact, or like a tree with the snip of those same branches. Either way, this magnolia has pink buds that bloom to unique, pale pink, star-shaped blossoms in April . It grows best in moist, well-drained soil and lots of sun.

  • Height: 12'-15'
  • Spread: 10'-12'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) soulangiana (Saucer Magnolia)

Always popular with its large, tulip-like, pinkish flowers in the early spring before leaves appear and are freely produced. A specimen tree with an upright growth habit while young, becoming more spreading with age. Buds are rosy-purple opening to flowers of white.

  • Height: 20'-30'
  • Spread: 20'-25'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) stellata 'Royal Star' (Royal Star Magnolia)

A fast growing Star Magnolia. Very floriferous with masses of pure white, many petaled flowers in early spring before the leaves arrive. Flowers are unharmed by wind and rain. Good specimen plant. A very hardy Japanese Magnolia. Tough, leathery foliage. An upright shrub that becomes rounded with age.

  • Height: 10'-15'
  • Spread: 8'-10'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) virginiana (Sweetbay Magnolia)

Multistemmed. The dark green leaves are silvery on their undersides and the bark is a silvery gray. Creamy white fragrant (lemon scent) flowers which appear much later than other Magnolias in May and June. Tolerates moist conditions. Conical narrow, rounded crown. Upright spreading habit.

  • Height: 10'-20'
  • Spread: 10'-20'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) x 'Ann' (Ann Magnolia)

Best grown in moist, rich, well drained soil and protected from high winds.   Blooms later spring, and some blossoms even reappear in summer.  Dark green, leathery leaves and a rounded habit.

  • Height: 8'-10'
  • Spread: 8'-10'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) x 'Galaxy' (Galaxy Magnolia)

A National Arboretum hybrid from M. Lilliflora ‘Nigra’ and M. sprengeri ‘Diva’. Sweetly fragrant, dark red-purple flowers appear late – after danger of frost providing a pleasing and long-lasting display. Unlike many Magnolias, it has a narrow upright habit making it suitable for small gardens. Strong branches lessen damage from winter snow load.

  • Height: 30'-35'
  • Spread: 20'-25'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) x. 'Butterflies' (Butterflies Magnolia)

A deciduous hybrid Magnolia resulting from a cross between Mag. Acuminata (seed) and Mag. Denudata (pollen). It is noted for its upright, tulip-like, profuse non-fading yellow flowers. Compact pyramidal form and hardiness to both heat and cold set this variety apart. Dark green foliage appears very late after flowering.

  • Height: 15'-20'
  • Spread: 10'-15'
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Magnolia (Magnolia) x. loebneri 'Merrill' (Merrill Magnolia)

Free flowering, upright habit which becomes spreading with age. Produces large, fragrant white, star-like flowers in April. Vigorous grower. Flowers in dappled sun, but performs best in full sun. Most vigorous of all M. Loebneri varieties.

  • Height: 25'-30'
  • Spread: 15'-20'
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Malus (Crabapple) ' Lollizan' (Lollipop Flowering Crabapple)

A dense, fine-textured tree with a symmetrical, globular head that maintains its shape with minimal pruning. The profuse white flowers are followed by small yellow fruit. Very good disease resistance. Dark green foliage throughout the season.

  • Height: 8'-10'
  • Spread: 8'-10'
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Malus (Crabapple) Malus 'Shotizam' (Showtime™ Crabapple)

Heavy blooming, with large bright fuchsia-pink flowers that are striking in springtime. Dark green foliage has a red overlay. A vigorous grower with upright oval form, it features bright red fruits in autumn that persist into winter and become bird food.

  • Height: 15'-20'
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Malus (Crabapple) Malus x 'Jeflite' (Starlite® Crabapple)

Starlite Flowering Crab is draped in stunning clusters of fragrant white flowers along the branches in mid spring, which emerge from distinctive red flower buds before the leaves. It has dark green foliage throughout the season. The glossy pointy leaves turn an outstanding yellow in the fall. The fruits are showy red pomes carried in abundance from early to late fall. Grows best in full sun  It grows best in full or partial sunlight and prefers well-draining medium-textured soils with adequate moisture.

  • Height: 20'
  • Spread: 15-20'
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Malus (Crabapple) sargentii (Sargent Flowering Crabapple)

Horizontal, spreading form. Dense, shrubby with laced branches. Usually twice as broad as wide. Red buds open white. Low growing dwarf variety. Easily trained. Persistent fruiting. Small 1/4″ – 3/8″ bright red fruits, favored by birds.

  • Height: 6'-8'
  • Spread: 8'-10'
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Malus (Crabapple) sargentii 'Tina' (Tina Dwarf Flowering Crabapple)

A cultivar of Malus sargentii which is a little smaller in leaf and habit. Buds are dark pink opening to white blooms. Beautiful display with a candy cane-like contrast from the pink buds and white blooms. Flowers profusely and sets many orange-red berries. Slow growing. Excellent as a specimen tree.

  • Height: 4'-5'
  • Spread: 4'-5'
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  • Attracts Birds
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    Rabbit Resistant
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
  • Deer Resistant
  • Fragrant
  • Salt Tolerant
  • Shade
  • Wet Soils