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Acer palmatum 'Atropurpureum' - Japanese Maple

Acer palmatum 'Atropurpureum' - Japanese Maple

Grows to 20/30 ft. Known as a Red Japanese Maple, this specimen is upright with bright red leaves. Exceptional landscape or Japanese garden planting. An eye-catching specimen with exceptional foliage. A beautiful addition to a small garden or border. …

Acer buergeranum - Trident Maple

Acer buergeranum - Trident Maple

Grows to 25 ft. Gets its name from its well-defined three-lobed dark green leaf. A nice yard tree as it is fairly compact with good fall color. Also quite popular as a bonsai. A Japanese native. …

Acer mandshuricum - Manchurian Maple

Acer mandshuricum - Manchurian Maple

Zones: 5 to 7 Mature Height: 30-40 feet A rare sight even in botanical gardens. Upright, spreading form. Orange to red fall color. Manchurian Maple prefers partial to full sun and moist soils. …

Prunus cerasifera 'Nigra' - Purple Leaved Flowering Plum

Prunus cerasifera 'Nigra' - Purple Leaved Flowering Plum

Flowering Plum, Prunus cerasifera Nigra is an upright deciduous tree eventually making a ball shaped specimen. It has a rounded to pyramidal habit and dark-red leaves when young in spring and a very attractive deep purple foliage later which is retained throughout the summer. …

Prunus serrulata 'Kanzan' - Japanese Flowering Cherry

Prunus serrulata 'Kanzan' - Japanese Flowering Cherry

This is one of the most popular and hardiest ornamental cherry trees available. A vigorous deciduous small to medium-sized tree with an upright habit when young and wider canopy when older. In spring the tree is laden with large double, purplish-pink showy flowers shortly before the bronze foliage appears. …

Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum' - Japanese maple

Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum' - Japanese maple

Japanese maples are pride of every neat garden. Some are large, others seem motionless owing to extremely slow growth rate. This variety looks similar to acer palmatum but does not grow so large or wide. Its leaves are punkah-shaped leaves are golden yellow, with pinkish tinted margins and veins. They …

Prunus incisa 'Kojou No Mai' - Fuji Cherry

Prunus incisa 'Kojou No Mai' - Fuji Cherry

Kojou is a dainty little shrub with attractive zigzagged stems and pale pink bell-like flowers that grace bare stems in early spring. The leaves turn to glorious shades of red and orange in autumn giving season long appeal. Often used for Bonsai. …

Cercis siliquastrum - Judas Tree

Cercis siliquastrum - Judas Tree

The most extravagant flowering small tree we know. Simply drips with rose-pink flowers from every conceivable point along the branches and trunk, then gives an encore by producing a mass of purple pods in the Autumn. Frost hardy tree. Prefers sun. …

Syringa reticulata - Japanese Tree Lilac

Syringa reticulata - Japanese Tree Lilac

The Japanese tree lilac has cherrylike bark and grows 25 to 30 feet in height. It extends the lilac season by flowering in mid June, after the shrub lilacs. Its blossoms are initially rose-colored, then quickly turn creamy white, emitting a soft, sweet aroma like that of privet. Hardy in zones 3-7. …

Sophora japonica - Japanese Pagoda tree

Sophora japonica - Japanese Pagoda tree

Increasingly used as a bonsai. A tall deciduous tree to 60, hardy to zone 4; leaves ovate to 2 and in 3-8 pairs. Tiered appearance with sturdy branching. Recommended Temperature Zone: USDA: 4-11 Sun Exposure: Full sun to light shade Origin: China and Korea Growth Habits: Deciduous medium to large tree, …

Brya ebenus - Jamaica Rain Tree

Brya ebenus - Jamaica Rain Tree

This is a tough, spiny tree with an erupting growth habit. New branches burst straight up as if ejected by a volcano, cascading onto the countryside below as they become longer and heavier. Mature height is 30 feet, but it s easy to keep under 15 with annual pruning. Flowers in times of high humidity, …

Liriodendron tulipifera - Tulip Tree

Tulip Tree

Native to eatern United States. Fast growth to 60 to 80 feet with eventual spread to 30 feet. Forms large pyramidal crown. Good large shade, lawn, or roadside tree. Gives spectacular show of yellow fall color. In warm season, displays handsome tulip-shaped greenish-yellow and orange flowers. Deciduous. …

Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Seiryu' - Seiryu Japanese Maple

Seiryu Japanese Maple Tree

Attractive garden or patio tree displays exciting cascading branches. The green foliage turns yellow-gold to red in fall. Useful small tree for garden accents or in containers. Try it behind medium sized, moss covered boulders mixed with flowering shade shrubs like azaleas. Makes great bonsai too!! Deciduous. …

Acer tataricum - Tatarian Maple

Acer tataricum - Tatarian Maple

Grows to 30 ft. Small tree similar to Acer ginnala, but taller with unlobed leaves. Very tough. A good choice when a small tree is needed. …

Acer rubrum - Red Maple, Scarlet Maple

Acer rubrum: Red Maple

Grows to 100 ft. Dense foliage, profuse small red flowers in April. Native to eastern United States. More cold hardy than Acer platanoides (Norway maple) and faster growing. Brilliant scarlet fall color. …

Quercus rubra - Northern Red Oak

Northern Red Oak

Native to the Eastern United States, the Northern Red Oak is the ideal tree for parks and large lawns. It has broad, spreading branches and makes a large, open shade area. The leaves, which are a rich green during growing season, will turn to rich browns and reds in the fall before they fall off. The …

Quercus agrifolia - Coast Live Oak

Coast Live Oak Tree Five Gallon

Beautiful boldly spreading branches form an attractive rounded head with holly like dark green leaves. Interesting rough, dark gray bark. An excellent selection for a shade tree. Evergreen. Full sun. Moderate grower to 50 to 70 feet tall with wider spread. …

Crataegus phaenopyrum - Washington Hawthorn

Washington Hawthorn

This tree has it all: White spring flowers, brilliant fall foliage and reddish fruits that attract numerous fruit-eating birds. Also provides nesting sites and cover. Spreads to 25 feet; tolerates many soil types. Prefers sun. 4-year-old (18-24 ) transplants shipped at the proper planting time for your …

Betula nigra 'Little King' - Fox Valley River Birch

Fox Valley River Birch Tree

Fox Valley River Birch A dwarf selection of river birch with cinnamon and cream exfoliating bark. A great little tree for smaller landscapes or can be used as a large shrub on commercial sites. Excellent resistance to bronze birch borer.. Fantastic bonsai! The plant you will recieve is growing in a …

Alnus rhombifolia - Alder Shade

White Alder Shade Tree

Very fast growing to 50 to 75 feet or clip to shape. Wide spreading. Very tolerant of heat and wind. Likes a very consistent source of water. Would make a good lawn tree, or planted near or around rivers or streams. Hardy to about -10 to -20° sF. …

Acer palmatum atropurpureum - Japanese Red Maple

Japanese Red Maple

Considered the most graceful of all maples. This versatile landscaping tree really stands out with deep blood red, finely cut foliage in spring. 15-25 tall with similar spread. Japanese Red Maple s foliage is most colorful in full sun. Super hardy. 2 - 3 plants. Deer tend to avoid. Acer palmatum var. …

Acer griseum - Paperbark Maple

Acer griseum: Paperbark Maple Seeds

Zone: 4 to 8 Grows to: 20-30 ft. Can be a little tricky to grow from seed, but very rewarding. A beautiful small tree with great individuality and brilliant red fall foliage. Lovely rich reddish brown peeling bark stands out wonderfully in a winter landscape. A wonderful specimen tree. …