This selection is grafted onto a standard to raise the flowers to eye level, features enormous, dense upright panicles of flower heads that start out a soft lime green, fading over the summer to white and finally brown in fall.
A truly beautiful specimen tree, with showy green and white variegated foliage, one of the best; red fruit in fall and an upward habit of growth; very particular as to siting, requires rich, well-drained acidic soil and adequate precipitation.
A lovely accent tree with beautiful green leaves that are flecked with white with pink edges, turning copper in fall; distinctive, smooth, silver bark; leaves may burn in prolonged direct sun or drying winds; give it lots of room to grow and look its best.
One of the very hardiest red fall-coloring shade trees available, this hybrid maple features a uniform branching habit and attractive pyramidal-oval shape; tolerant of alkaline, acidic and wet soil conditions, stronger wood than other hybrids.
One of the finest evergreens for screening or windbreak, this upright conifer is versatile, strong-rooted and virtually disease-free. Its uniform shape seldom needs pruning, but responds well to shearing. Thrives in southern heat and humidity. Durable, handsome accent tree.
An incredibly artistic accent plant for the garden, featuring lacy foliage that emerges a beautiful crimson-red and fades to a purple-green in summer, turning stunning fiery shades of color in fall; best planted in a sheltered location.
This compact, slow growing tree forms a dense, symmetrically rounded crown with deep green foliage. Coral pink buds open to semi-double, rose-pink flowers. Very disease resistant to scab as well as fireblight, cedar-apple rust and mildew. Produces a light crop of small, bronze-red ornamental fruit. Deciduous.
Choice evergreen accent with weeping spreading branches. Needles have excellent rich green color. Grown on a stake to feature the pendulous nature of the branches. Cones are exceptionally showy. Terrific for weeping over walls.
Green Mountain Sugar Maple is the standard for comparison in Sugar Maples. It is the most widely planted selection and has proven itself well over time. It is probably the hardiest Sugar Maple and is the best choice for northern areas. It provides reliable fall color which is unrivaled by any other tree, and there is no substitute for their vivid fall display.
Distinctive, pyramid shaped pine with long, twisted silvery blue-green needles displayed on dense branches. A superior selection for lawn specimen and accent. Resistant to insects and disease. Evergreen.
A street tree Amelanchier with exceptional form. A dominant central leader supports strongly upward-oriented scaffold branches. Pure white, lacy blooms smother a delicate latticework of twigs in spring. These give way to healthy green foliage that turns orange in the fall. Plant in moist, well drained acid soil in sun or part shade.
A strong, sturdy and hardy specimen plant with a graceful cascading effect which is accentuated by the large, finely cut leaves. Foliage is medium green all summer, changing to brilliant gold with orange overtones in fall.
Brilliant red fall color on an upright, broadly pyramidal form. The refined form and foliage of the best red maple cultivars combine with the faster growth rate in Acer x fremanii. A straight and dominant central leader results in strong branch angles that resist breakage. Tolerates clay soil. Native tree.
Large, 4-5'' deep yellow flowers run up and down the branches in April. Prune after flowering. Single stem, narrow pyramidal tree. Deep green leaves turn yellow in fall. For best results plant in part to light shade with Canadian peat moss. Keep evenly moist in well draining soil.
Deep red flower panicles are 10'' long and bloom upright in the tree early to mid May. Foliage is lustrous dark green and palmately compound. A beautiful flowering shade tree. Plant in full sun or light shade in moist, well drained soil using Canadian peat.
The perfect hedge plant for tight spaces with strong topiary value. Very columnar form produces lustrous dark green leaves with lighter underside. Medium to fine texture foliage does not brown-out in winter. Moderately fast grower. Widely adaptable in well drained soils; preference for limestone soils with PH 6 or higher. Evergreen. Full sun.
Acer palmatum (Crimson Queen) Height 5-9' Spread 8-12'. Finely cut burgundy-red foliage is displayed throughout the growing season on this small tree. An outstanding accent plant. Scarlet fall color.Delicately arching branches create a spreading, mounded form on this strong grower. Perfect for small space gardens. Plant high with plenty of topsoil and/or peat moss.
Height: 6-8 ft. Zone: 4. Spread: 8-10 ft. An extraordinary new hydrangea with exquisite bright lime-green cone shaped flowers. The color is stunning, and adds much needed color to the late summer landscape. Excellent vigor and floriferous blooming. Plant in sun or part shade in moist, well drained soil.
Height: 20 ft. Spread: 20 ft. Partial to full sun. Rose-purple flowers appear early in spring before the leaves. Red-purple heart-shaped leaves emerge in the spring and mature to maroon. Upward and gently arching branches make it beautiful in any landscape. Redbuds need to be planted with plenty of Canadian peat and fed regularly with acid type fertilizers to insure success. Sun or shade. Tree wrap for winter.
Height: 40 ft. Spread: 30 ft.
Heart shaped leaves and fine branch texture make this tree attractive in home and public gardens. The yellow to apricot-orange fall color is absolutely breath-taking. Upright and pyramidal when young, rounded with age. Plant in full sun in moist, well drained soil using Canadian peat. During hot, dry summers, give supplemental water when getting established.