Deborah Norway MapleAcer platanoides (Norway Maple) - Deborah
Ht: 40-60 ft. Sprd: 35-45 ft. Rapid growth rate. This truly amazing shade tree makes a statement in spring with its reddish-purple emergent foliage that matures into a lustrous dark green with hints of bronze in summer. A true, big-leaf maple that will provide a cool retreat from the sun. Fall color bronze-yellow.
Emerald Queen MapleAcer platanoides (Norway Maple) - Emerald Queen
Ht: 50 ft. Sprd: 40 ft. One of the best Norway Maple cultivars. It forms a well-shaped oval tree with good environmental tolerance and reliable golden-yellow fall color. Fast growing.
Royal Red MapleAcer platanoides (Norway Maple) - Royal Red
Ht: 35-40 ft. Sprd: 20-25 ft. A type of Norway Maple that is similar to 'Crimson Maple'. A slow growing, dense shade tree. A well-shaped canopy, which is conical when young, becoming broadly round with age. The glossy foliage is an excellent maroon red all season.
Brandywine MapleAcer rubrum (Red Maple) - Brandywine
Ht: 25 ft. Sprd: 12 ft. A dense, oval shaped canopy provides an interesting accent or shade tree for a smaller yard, or nook in the garden. Green leaves turn intense red then deep purple in the fall. Seedless.
Burgundy Belle MapleAcer rubrum (Red Maple) - Burgundy Belle
Ht: 30-45 ft. Sprd: 25-35 ft. This is an outstanding new variety of red maple that has a uniquely attractive shape. Dark green leaves provide a dense canopy for shade spring/summer then turning brilliant red and orange finally to rich burgundy in fall.
October Glory MapleAcer rubrum (Red Maple) - October Glory
Ht: 40-50 ft. Sprd: 25-35 ft. Small, showy red ‘flowers’ appear in early spring before the dark green leaves emerge. A rapid growing Maple that turns brilliant, rich red in fall. Tolerates dry and wet soils.
Red Rocket MapleAcer rubrum (Red Maple) - Red Rocket
Ht: 30-35 ft. Sprd. 8-12 ft. A strong columnar Maple, ideal for smaller landscapes, or street tree. Showy red flower clusters early spring with red emergent foliage turning green through summer. Excellent scarlet red color in fall.
Red Sunset MapleAcer rubrum (Red Maple) - Red Sunset
Ht: 50 ft. Sprd: 30-40 ft. Fairly rapid growth rate. Showy red ‘flowers’ in spring. Leaves turn brilliant scarlet reds in the fall. Tolerates moist soil. Our most popular shade tree.
Sun Valley MapleAcer rubrum (Red Maple) - Sun Valley
Ht: 45 ft. Sprd: 35 ft. A fairly fast grower with a symmetrical rounded to oval crown. Medium green foliage turns brilliant red in a long-lasting fall color display. Great for use as a shade tree. Will tolerate wet, but well drained soils if needed. Seedless.
Legacy Sugar MapleAcer saccharium (Sugar Maple) - Legacy
Ht:50 ft. Sprd: 35 ft. A fast growing shade tree with a dense, somewhat ovular, crown. Rich green leaves are resistant to summer heat and leaf tatter. This variety is truly a spectacular sight with its exceptional fall color in shades of brilliant red, pinks and orange.
Sugar MapleAcer saccharium (Sugar Maple)
Ht: 50-60 ft. Sprd: 40-50 ft. Exceptional, vigorous grower with an upright oval form and strong branching habit. Thick, leathery, dark green foliage has a waxy coating on the leaves to protect them from hot, windy, and dry conditions in the summer making it fairly drought tolerant. Sugar maples are known for their intense orange to scarlet fall color display.
Celebration MapleAcer x freemanii - Celebration
Ht: 45 ft. Sprd: 20-25 ft. This fast growing maple combines the advantage of the Silver and Red Maples with a uniform, oval shape that is perfect for a narrower space. Large, deeply serrated green leaves decorate this favorite shade tree until its celebration of brilliant red to gold in fall. Seedless. Drought tolerant.
Columnar HornbeamCarpinus (Hornbeam) - Columnar
Ht: 30 ft. Sprd: 20 ft. An attractive, columnar tree with dense branches when young, spreading into a broad cone with age. Tolerates heat and drought conditions when established. Small serrated green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Great as a street tree or for screening.
Frans Fontaine HornbeamHt.: 30-35 ft. Sprd: 15-20 ft. Crisply serrated green leaves on a narrow, upright columnar form. Can be used as a tall screen or hedge by planting 10 ft apart in a row. Also a great specimen tree for a small nook or opening in the garden. Smooth, gray, textured bark. Bright, gold fall color.
Pink Heartbreaker RedbudCercis canadensis (Redbud) - Pink Heartbreaker
Ht: 10 ft. Spreading A stunning specimen with flowers that are tiny, richly colored a bright shade of lavender-pink and very profuse. Beautiful bright red new growth appears in spring and remains until the warm weather of summer begins.
Cherokee Brave DogwoodCornus florida (Dogwood) - Cherokee Brave
Ht: 15-20 ft. Sprd: 15-20 ft. Deservedly one of the most popular American Dogwoods. Spectacular large rosy red flower in early spring followed by rubust burgundy spring foliage turning to green until its gorgeous brilliant red-marron show of fall color.
Heart Throb Kousa DogwoodCornus kousa (Dogwood) - Heart Throb
Ht: 15-20 ft. Sprd: 15-20 ft. Luscious green foliage with showy heavy vein structure turns a deep purplish- red in fall. A long blooming period from late May through June. Large, rose-pink 4” blooms give way to pink raspberry-like fruit,
Kousa DogwoodCornus kousa (Dogwood) - Kousa
(Single-Stem / Multi-Stem Ht: 15-20 ft. Sprd: 15 ft. Large shrub or small tree with large white flowers blooming end of May/ beginning of June. Blooms last up to one month. Dark green leaves in summer turning reddish purple and scarlet in fall. Fruit is pinkish red to red resembling a large raspberry in form. Exfoliating bark gives a year round effect.
Satomi Kousa DogwoodCornus kousa (Dogwood) - Satomi
Ht: 12-15 ft. Sprd: 15 ft. A type of Kousa Dogwood with large four-petaled flowers that range from medium pink to roe pink depending on environmental factors. Profuse blooms in June after leafing out. Attractive horizontal branching with deep green foliage turning shades of red to deep red in fall.
Summer Fun Kousa DogwoodCornus kousa (Dogwood) - Summer Fun
Ht: 10-12 ft. Sprd 10-12 ft. A variegated leaf variety of Kousa Dogwood. Foliage matures to a light green with bright white slightly wavy edges. Late spring brings large star shaped white flowers. Fall brings red-orange with a pink margin color to the leaves. Red berries in fall.