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Ornamental Trees


CRABAPPLE FIREBIRD

CRABAPPLE FIREBIRD

A very slow growing variety. It blooms in the spring with white flowers, but its greatest attribute is that it smothered in fall with small, dark red, very ornamental fruit that is persistent from October through March. Very resistant to apple scab.

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CRABAPPLE CORALBURST

CRABAPPLE CORALBURST

Dwarf-growing with a dense rounded crown and tiny dark green leaves. Luscious, coral-pink colored buds open to double rose-pink flowers in spring, followed by small reddish-orange fruit. A superb accent tree for smaller gardens.

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CRABAPPLE PRAIRIFIRE

CRABAPPLE PRAIRIFIRE

An outstanding flowering tree with an upright form that becomes rounded with maturity. Disease resistant with especially good foliage retention during the summer. New growth is reddish-maroon that ages to green with a slight purplish overcast.

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CRABAPPLE ROYAL RAINDROPS

CRABAPPLE ROYAL RAINDROPS

Certainly one of the prettiest red-leafed crabapples we've seen. Has a better summer color and appearance than most red-leaf crabapples. Abundant magenta-pink blossoms stand out handsomely against reddish-purple, cut leaf foliage. Shows good resistance to fire blight.

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CRABAPPLE GOLDEN RAINDROPS

CRABAPPLE GOLDEN RAINDROPS

A high performing Crabapple that produces delicate, lacy leaves for unique effect. It produces masses of snowwhite flowers in spring followed by showy bright golden fruit that is retained through fall and into winter. Cold hardy and useful for interest in northern gardens.

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CRABAPPLE LANCELOT

CRABAPPLE LANCELOT

This compact, upright crabapple is covered with snowy-white blooms in spring and crisp green foliage throughout summer. Fall shows gold foliage giving way to a golden veil of fruit, which persists well into the new year. This is an excellent crabapple for small areas.

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CRABAPPLE LOLLIPOP

CRABAPPLE LOLLIPOP

Small, top grafted tree forms a neat, compact head resembling a tight, trimmed ball. Tree can be planting quite close to houses, compared to other trees. Foliage is dark green. In the spring there is an abundance of white flowers. Golden-amber fruit appears in the fall which attract birds.

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CRABAPPLE LOUISA

CRABAPPLE LOUISA

An attractive pink flowering weeping crab with disease resistant, dark green, glossy foliage. Strong weeping habit will work well in smaller areas. Excellent disease resistance. Gold fruit in fall.

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CRABAPPLE ROYAL GEM

CRABAPPLE ROYAL GEM

Compact, upright angular growth. Ideal for small garden areas and foundation plantings. New leaves are crimson-red turning to dark green with age. Single, rose-red blooms have a white eye. Dark red fruits. Yellow fall color. Very good disease resistance.

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CRABAPPLE SNOWDRIFT

CRABAPPLE SNOWDRIFT

This is a medium-small flowering Crabapple with both elegant beauty and old-fashioned charm. Masses of pink flower buds open to form a dense canopy of single white blossoms in spring. Hardy and low maintenance.

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CRABAPPLE SPRING SNOW

CRABAPPLE SPRING SNOW

A Springtime knockout! Produces a showy display of pure white flowers without the concern of fruit where it can be a problem on patios and in courtyards. Good resistance to rust and mildew. Crabapples are beautiful medium sized trees for suburban home sites. Fruitless.

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CRABAPPLE TINA

CRABAPPLE TINA

An attractive ornamental tree valued for its dwarf wide-spreading habit and excellent disease resistance. Tiny red fruit with high wildlife value follows in late summer. Ideal choice for wild and habitat gardens. Excellent disease resistance.

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CRABAPPLE VELVET PILLAR

CRABAPPLE VELVET PILLAR

A profusion of showy pink flowers in spring and crimson fruit in fall, upright habit of growth; makes an incredible accent for the smaller home landscape; produces purple foliage and needs full sun and well-drained soil; moderately susceptible to scab.

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DOGWOOD PAGODA

DOGWOOD PAGODA

Striking in every season, this adaptable North American native tree has distinctively tiered, horizontally layered branches that suggest Asian origin. The Pagoda Dogwood is a graceful small tree that has creamy white flowers in May, followed by ornamental blue-black fruit.

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HYDRANGEA PEEGEE TREE

HYDRANGEA PEEGEE TREE

Panicles of ivory flowers turn dusty pink towards Autumn and finally become a warm wheat color by winter. Flowers often dry and remain on the plant, providing interest until spring. Perfect for dried arrangements also.

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LILAC DWARF KOREAN TREE

LILAC DWARF KOREAN TREE

This ornamental tree blooms profusely in late May with fragrant flowers at an early age. Compact and slow growing it's perfect for the smaller garden or where space is limited. This deciduous tree is especially urban tolerant and a carefree, easy to grow tree.

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IVORY SILK LILAC

IVORY SILK LILAC

Bears large creamy white flower clusters in early July. Its dark green leaves blending with its fragrant flowers are a favorite for spring-time landscapes. Flowers more heavily than other lilac species. Selected and valued for its compact form and sturdiness.

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MAPLE AMUR CLUMPS AND SINGLES

MAPLE AMUR CLUMPS AND SINGLES

Extremely hardy, an excellent landscape plant. Offers outstanding fall color. Clusters of small, fragrant yellowish-white flowers in bloom in spring. Ideally sized accent tree for smaller yards, in beds and borders or as a foundation plant.

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MAGNOLIA ROYAL STAR

MAGNOLIA ROYAL STAR

Excellent choice for moonlight and all-white gardens. Few trees are as charming as the little Star Magnolia. Appearing before foliage, pink buds open to white fragrant flowers in April. Plant up close where you can enjoy its dainty but large flowers.

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MAGNOLIA MERRILL

MAGNOLIA MERRILL

Bathed in stunning fragrant white star-shaped flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the branches in mid spring before the leaves. It has dark green foliage throughout the season. The pointy leaves turn coppery bronze in fall.This tree is fast growing and very hardy.

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MAGNOLIA ANN

MAGNOLIA ANN

A member of the "Little Girl" group of hybrid magnolias developed in the mid-fifties at the U.S. National Arboretum. Hardy shrub or small tree. Impressive deep purple-red flowers with 7-9 petals that resemble a tulip. A spectacular specimen or accent. Deciduous.

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MAGNOLIA BUTTERFLIES

MAGNOLIA BUTTERFLIES

Considered one of the finest of all yellow-flowered magnolias. Abundant 4 to 5-inch rich yellow, double flowers bloom to look spectacular in the spring garden. Blossoms are held upright like butterflies alighting on a branch. Make superb specimen in the urban landscape.

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MAGNOLIA JANE

MAGNOLIA JANE

Jane is a hybrid magnolia and a member of the "Little Girl" group. The impressive reddish purple, tulip-shaped flowers open to white inside and appear before the foliage appears. The foliage is dark green and leathery. Prefers sun but will tolerate shade in the afternoon.

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KOREAN SUN PEAR

KOREAN SUN PEAR

A unique tree that has a compact and rounded shape. The white flowers in spring are set against finely textured green foliage that turns a lovely purple-red in autumn. An extremely hardy pear tree with excellent branch angles.

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CLEVELAND PEAR

CLEVELAND PEAR

There's nothing more beautiful in spring than a flowering pear tree covered in snowy white blooms. Cleveland Select pear trees display evenly branched limbs with pyramidal form. This deciduous tree is a vigorous growing medium sized tree with masses of white flowers in spring.

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EUONYMOUS BURNING BUSH TREE

EUONYMOUS BURNING BUSH TREE

The corky bark branches easily hold winter snow, outlining the plants interesting branching structure. The orange red fruit produced by the Burning Bush is good as winter food for feeding winter wildlife. This deciduous bush withstands acidic or alkaline soils.

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MULBERRY WEEPING

MULBERRY WEEPING

Weeping mulberry trees need sunlight to grow so they should be planted where there is very little shade. They also need lots of water for the first two years of growth as they are very thirsty trees. Mulberry trees like water, heat, and are tolerant of any kind of soil.

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REDBUD NORTHERN CLUMP

REDBUD NORTHERN CLUMP

Many people in Northern America enjoy redbud trees, as they break out with thousands of pink to purple blooms in early spring. These ornamental trees don't usually get larger than 30 feet, A handsome purple leaf variety of redbud. The new foliage emerges a shimmering purple red and changes to a more subdued color as the season progresses.

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ROSE TREE POLAR JOY

ROSE TREE POLAR JOY

Finally, a hardy tree rose developed especially for the northern garden. Polar Joy Rose is smothered in stunning pink flowers with lemon yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from late spring to late summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting.

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SERVICEBERRY AUTUMN BRILLIANCE

SERVICEBERRY AUTUMN BRILLIANCE

The name correctly describes the outstanding red fall leaf color, but equally spectacular is the burst of white spring flowers, followed by a small very dark colored edible berry. Heavily branched, the tree has an interesting spreading branch pattern. The brilliant fall leaves are quite persistent.

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MOUNTAIN ASH CARDINAL ROYAL

MOUNTAIN ASH CARDINAL ROYAL

An excellent choice for attracting birds to your yard. This improved selection of Mountain ash was developed by Michigan State University. It has dark green foliage with a silvery underside and is a vigorous grower. Brilliant red berries are borne in August-September.

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