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Acer (Maple) miyabei 'Morton' (State Street Maple)

Oval growth habit. Leaves are deeply lobed. Foliage turns an attractive soft muted yellow in fall. Trunk and bark develop interesting ridging and complementing color textures with age.

  • Height: 40'-45'
  • Spread: 30'-35'
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Acer (Maple) rubrum 'Frank Jr.' (Redpointe® Red Maple)

Deep green leaves during the spring & summer turn a brilliant, bright red color in the fall.  The balanced & symmetrical growth eliminates the need to prune extensively, leading to easy maintenance.  Pest & disease resistant.

  • Height: 40'-45'
  • Spread: 25'-30'
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Acer (Maple) rubrum 'October Glory' (October Glory® Red Maple)

Outstanding, reliable, bright orange to deep, reddish purple fall color – even in warmer climates. A tall form with a dense, rounded crown and large, medium green leaves in spring and summer. Foliage is held on the tree later into fall than with most cultivars. A superb choice as a high profile shade tree for larger landscapes. Deciduous.

  • Height: 40'-50'
  • Spread: 30'-40'
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Acer (Maple) x. freemanii 'Bailston' (Matador™ Maple)

First Editions®.  Selected because of its improved habit and superior, deep red fall color, Matador™ is an unbeatable shade tree with an upright form and symmetrical branching.

  • Height: 40'-45'
  • Spread: 20'-40'
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Acer (Maple) x. freemanii 'DTR 102' (Autumn Fantasy Maple)

Upright habit, fast growing, full crowned tree with the ability to withstand many growing conditions. In fall, leaves turn a bright red on top and magenta pink underneath. As fall progresses, the top side of the leaves darken.

  • Height: 40'-50'
  • Spread: 35'-40'
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Acer (Maple) x. freemanii 'Jeffersred' (Autumn Blaze Maple)

Adapted to a wide range of soil conditions. Pollution tolerant, insect and disease resistant. Medium green leaves turn to deep orange and crimson fall color. Head is broadly ovate. Grows rapidly. Cross between a Red and Silver maple.

  • Height: 50'-60'
  • Spread: 50'-60'
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Acer (Maple) x. freemanii 'Marmo' (Marmo Red-Silver Maple)

An upright, columnar tree that can adapt to a wide range of soil conditions. Foliage is tinted red in early spring and turns a orange to yellow in the fall. Strong branched with excellent disease resistance.

  • Height: 50-60'
  • Spread: 35'-45'
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Aesculus (Horse Chestnut) carnea 'Briotii' (Briotii 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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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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Fagus (Beech) sylvatica 'Dawyckii Purple' (Dawyckii Purple Beech)

Tall, narrow, upright columnar growth habit with dark purple foliage. Open form. Leaves open ruby-red in spring, turning deep purple as the season progresses. Ideal substitute for Copper Beech when space is restrictive. Does best in full sun.

  • Height: 40'-50'
  • Spread: 10'-15'
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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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Ginkgo (Ginkgo) biloba 'Autumn Gold' (Autumn Gold Maidenhair)

This ginkgo is a male cultivar with a symmetrical, upright branching habit.  Fan shaped leaves turn a bright yellow in fall.  Can tolerate urban conditions including salt and air pollution.

  • Height: 40' - 50'
  • Spread: 25' - 30'
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Ginkgo (Ginkgo) biloba 'Magyar' (Magyar Ginkgo)

A fruitless male cultivar. A reliable performer that features strong, upright growth with dominant central leader. Faster growing and with a slightly broader form than G. ‘Princeton Sentry’. Pyramidal form makes it excellent for use as an urban street tree.

  • Height: 45'-50'
  • Spread: 30'-35'
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Ginkgo (Ginkgo) Ginkgo biloba (Gingko Biloba)

Hailed as “undoubtedly one of the most distinct and beautiful of all deciduous trees,” the ginkgo certainly stands out. Unique, fan-shaped leaves turn a stunning yellow color in the fall. It can tolerate many urban conditions including heat, air pollution, salt and confined spaces. And it establishes easily. This tree also comes with a bit of history. It is a living fossil, with the earliest leaf fossils dating from 270 million years ago.

  • Height: 25-50'
  • Spread: 25-35'
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Gymnocladus (Coffee Tree) dioicus (Kentucky Coffeetree)

Horizontal, ascending branching. Slow to moderate growth rate. Fall color is not showy. Female tree has large black to brown seed pods, choose male plants to avoid these. Good, dependable city tree. Brittle wood. Drought and pollution tolerant. Adapts to a wide range of soil types.

  • Height: 60'-70'
  • Spread: 40'-50'
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Gymnocladus (Coffee Tree) dioicus 'McKBranched' (Decaf® Kentucky Coffeetree)

The branches & leaves of this graceful variety provide a finer texture than the species and several other cultivars. The upright to spreading habit provides a round to oval shaped head. Male, seedless cultivar. Tolerates both wet & dry soil conditions as well as urban pollution. Excellent when used as a street tree.

  • Height: 50'
  • Spread: 40'
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Nyssa (Tupelo) sylvatica (Black Tupelo)

Also known as Black Gum. Spectacular fall color orange, purple, yellow and red. Native tree which is very adaptable to poor soils. Rich green, glossy foliage. Fissured gray bark provides winter interest. Adaptable to urban conditions, including compacted and poorly drained soils.

  • Height: 30'-35'
  • Spread: 15'-20'
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Platanus (Planetree) x. acerifolia 'Morton Circle' (Exclamation London Planetree)

AKA: Sycamore – Selected for its uniform, upright-pyramidal habit: conical in its youth. A strong central leader and attractive foliage. Densely branched with attractive brown, green and tan exfoliating bark. Shows resistance to frost cracking. Moderate growth rate. Grows best in full sun with good air circulation. Excellent tolerance for urban conditions.

  • Height: 55'-60'
  • Spread: 40'-45'
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  • Attracts Birds
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    Rabbit Resistant
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
  • Deer Resistant
  • Fragrant
  • Salt Tolerant
  • Shade
  • Wet Soils