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Autumn Flame Maple Acer Rubrum:
Autumn Flame is the first Red Maple to color in the fall and is one of the hardiest. It reliably produces a deep bright red leaf that is a joy to behold.The summer leaf is a medium green, and the round tree shape makes it a nice shade tree.A little slower growing than the other Red Maples it has a symmetrical shape. Zone 3b with a mature height of 35 and a spread of 35.
Armstrong Maple Acer Rubrum: Armstrong is a quick growing columnar tree with ascending branches.It is a tough tree that will stay columnar.The summer foliage is a lighter green and fall color is a reliable mix of yellows turning orange-red.The tree is more drought tolerant than most maples. Zone 4 with a mature height of 45 and spread of 15.
Red Sunset Acer rubrum: Red Sunset was developed in Oregon 50 years ago and is one of the most widely planted Red Maples.Red Maples can be planted in wetter areas than most maples keeping them on a slight mound so water stays away from the base.This upright branching, oval maple has green glossy summer foliage and great orange-red to red mid-season leaves in the fall. Zone 4 with a mature height of 45 and spread of 35.
October Glory is a round headed tree that has magnificent fall color and is the last maple to color here in the Northwest.The deep red fall color is a showstopper.The summer foliage is a glossy green.The broadly oval to round shape of this tree make it good for screening & shade.Zone 4b with a mature height of 40 and spread of 35.
Pacific Sunset Maple Acer truncatum x A. platanoides:
Pacific Sunset is a crossbred maple that has some of the best green glossy summer foliage of the maples.The leaf is shaped like the Canadian Maple Leaf and the leaves have a slight copper color in the spring.Just a great tree. Fall color is a mix of yellow, red and orange in the fall just after Red Sunset.This tree will not grow much above 30 tall and 25 wide so it is a good choice for a tight space. A wonderful shade tree.
Fall Fiesta is fast growing Sugar Maple with excellent fall color higher rated than other sugar maple, which is saying a lot as a species they are noted for the best fall color. Sugar maple has great upright structure and is a tree that can grow very old. The leaves are a deep glossy green resistant to leaf tatter and insect damage. Zone 4 with a mature height of 50 and spread of 35.
Wright Brothers is quick growing - hardy sugar maple that is resistant to frost cracking and leaf tatter. Great summer foliage with a deep green leaf and an upright structure.Sugar maples are known for their fall color and this variety is one of the best with a bright mix of yellow and orange turning red.You will love this tree. Zone 3 with a mature height of 50 and spread of 35.
This trifoliate maple is a small tree of rare beauty. Its dark green compound leaves give it a pleasant texture in the summer, and then display a deep red - long lasting fall color. The exfoliating cinnamon brownish-red bark is its greatest asset throughout the year. A fantastic slow growing, small tree that fits in almost any landscape. Zone 5 with a mature height of 25 and a spread of 20.
Hornbeam is a medium sized tree that is very symmetrical and presents a formal appearance. It is heat and drought resistant and a tough tree.The branches are ascending, which give the tree an upright structure.This tree is more columnar in youth, but will spread with age.The leaves are deeply furrowed and present a bright green show in the spring, with a true yellow fall color.Zone 5 with a mature height of 35 and a spread of 25.
Autumn Purple Ash Fraxinus americana Junginger:
Autumn Purple Ash is a large beautiful shade tree and is the standard of comparison for white ash. The tree branching is open and strong and provides good shade. The leaves are green during the summer and a wonderful blend of yellow-orange turning reddish-purple. Outstanding fall color the tree almost glows as the color progresses day by day. A great tree.Zone 4 with a mature height of 45 and a spread of 40.
Akebono Flowering Cherry Prunus x yedoensis Akebono:
Akebono sets the standard for pink flowering cherry trees. Classic upright - arching limb structure covered with pink blooms is the harbinger of spring. This flowering tree is a delight to behold in the mid-spring bloom period.Famous for Portlands Riverfront Park and the tidal basin in Washington DC this tree a great asset to any landscape.Medium green summer leaves turning a clear yellow in the fall.Zone 5 with a mature height of 25 and a spread of 25.
This densely growing, columnar flowering pear grows upright in a narrowly pyramidal form.The tree is covered in bright white flowers and is one of the first trees to flower in the spring.The medium green summer foliage is clean & glossy.The tree is fruitless.The leaves are one of the last to turn in the fall and turn a reddish purple. There are two other varieties that are identical Stone Hill and Cleveland Select.Zone 5 with a mature height of 40 and a spread of 15.We also offer Capital Flowering Pear which is slightly smaller and narrower and Jack Flowering Pear an even smaller variety.
Katsura is a tree of variable form it seems to fit in the space provided. A graceful tree by all accounts almost feminine in appearance.Beautiful heart shaped leaves that show red to purple tints on new growth, developing into a bluish-green summer leaf.Fine branching structure ascending in youth spreading with age. Fantastic yellow to apricot fall color. Zone 5 with a mature height of 35 and spread of 35.
This tree has the whitest bark of all the birches. The white trunk and branches stand out sharply when planted near evergreens or rhododendrons during all the seasons.The structure of the tree is ascending with thick green summer foliage.Fall color is a clear yellow. This tree looks great as a single tree or in clumps of 3 or 5.Zone 5 with a mature height of 40 and a spread of 30.We also offer Youngs Weeping Birch.
We grow this tree in a clump form to maximize on its greatest benefit outstanding exfoliating bark. The bark exfoliates to expose a medley of tan, cream, to almost orange and pink colors.The summer leaves are a medium green with fall colors of yellow and gold. Structure is broadly pyramidal.Zone 4 with a mature height of 30 and spread of 20 in a clump form.We also offer Dura-Heat Birch another variety of River Birch.
An ancient tree found in fossils all over the world - discovered growing in China in the last century.It is a deciduous conifer with soft bright green needles that turn a pretty orange red in the fall.In winter the limb structure and buttressing roots add interest as well as the colorful bark.It does well in wetter sites, has a dominant leader and the upright ascending branches are well attached and evenly spaced.Zone 5 with a mature height of 70 and a spread of 25.
Cornus Kousa is from China. As a species these dogwoods are more drought resistant and disease tolerant than cornus florida.Kousas flower in June with large, 4 petal star shaped, white flower bracts.There are not many flowers in the garden at that time of year so its nice to have Kousas around.This trees structure is vase shaped with layered branches that proudly show the flowers. The summer foliage is medium green turning a reddish color in the fall. Zone 5 with a mature height of 20 and spread of 20.
A multi stem or tree form shade tree native to the Eastern US. The profuse flowers that bloom along the tree branches in April before the leaves develop are unique and make this tree a spring favorite. The flowers are reddish purple in bud and rosy pink when open. Medium green - nicely shaped leaves turn a clear yellow in the fall.Ascending then spreading branches with an unusual pattern makes it attractive in the winter.This smaller tree makes a graceful addition to a small yard or clumped in an area with more room.Zone 5 with a mature height of 25 and spread of 30.
There are few trees in the trade that offer four season interest with as much pizzazz as this tree.When the tree is mature the year starts in the spring with crimson ½ flowers on bare branches.Soon the new leaves appear with bronze highlights, then gradually darken to a glossy dark green. In the fall the leaves turn a mix red, yellow, and orange and stay on the branches for a considerable time.As it ages the tree bark exfoliates into shades of gray, green and light brown.Parrotia can be grown as a multi-stem or tree form. Great limb structure.Zone 5 with a mature height of 25 with a variable spread.