An improved, weeping hybrid that many feel is superior to P. pendula plena rosea. Flowers in spring with a mass of blushing, pearly pink double blossoms. Attractive mint-green leaves look highly polished all summer before turning burnt gold in fall. Foliage is resistant to shot hole fungus and is heat and drought tolerant. A Lake County Nursery introduction.
A strongly weeping form of pussy willow on a standard, this tree is perfect for use as an accent or specimen plant for confined areas. Its large, silky soft catkins appear in early spring for a pretty effect.
This slow-growing native is especially beautiful in spring when profuse white blooms appear before foliage. Dark blue fruit follows later in the summer. Tolerant of city conditions, including pollution, it prefers deep, moist, fertile, acid soils and full to part sun. 2006 Plants of Merit®.
An outstanding example of our national tree, the White Oak is strong, disease resistant, and drought tolerant. The foliage is deep green above and white underneath. 2000 Gold Medal Plant® Award winner.
A white-barked birch with lustrous dark green foliage that changes to yellow in the fall. The twigs and foliage are fine textured. Tolerant of heat and thrives in a wide range of soils. Resistant to the bronze birch borer.
For those garden situations where you want a small tree with nice fall color, we have trained burning bush to tree form. With yellow flowers in May-June, and the typical winged corky bark, it tolerates full sun to shade. The ultimate height and spread is under your control.
Introduced in 1955, this hawthorn provides white flowers which are followed by red, 3/8 " fruit. It fruits heavily when young and retains fruit throughout the winter. The silver-gray bark exfoliates with age.
This large, American native is spectacular in spring, with creamy white flower panicles that are 8-14" long and loaded with fragrant pea-like flowers. Following the flowers, 4" light brown seed pods form in autumn. As the tree matures, the bark turns gray, similar to a beech. Yellowwood is named after the yellow color of the heartwood. A beautiful specimen tree that grows especially well in high pH soils, is also tolerant of acid soils.
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