This bright splash of color will light up any shady area and is just the right shape and size for today's smaller gardens. Emerges with pink, cream and light green foliage changing into a nice variegate with lots of white. Best suited to shade, shelter this maple from harsh conditions for best performance. Winner of the Award of Merit from the Royal Boskoop Horticultural Society, Netherlands. Budded on Acer campestre.
This tree form ninebark has amazing color. Bright burgundy-red foliage adds color all season long and the new leaves emerge with a glowing yellow-green color. Flowers in spring with creamy-white blossoms. Especially nice with yellow foliage plants.
This is one of the hardier calleryana pears. An ideal street tree, it flowers a bit later and blooms better than 'Bradford'. Fall color is a nice red-purple. Voted 2005 Urban Tree of the Year by the Society of Municipal Arborists.
Medium-sized flowering tree has multi season interest because of its ornamental, amber-colored, exfoliating bark. In mid-June large, creamy-white, fragrant flowers appear. Shown to be drought and salt tolerant once established. Needs a well-drained soil in full sun or part shade. Useful in residential and commercial plantings.
A small, suckering tree or large shrub with an oval to rounded crown, ideal for naturalizing. Racemes of white blooms flower in May and are followed by dark purple fruit. Provides food and habitat for wildlife.
Generally free of pests and disease, and resistant to wind damage, this is the most practical columnar tree for northern regions. The attractive dark green foliage changes to a nice yellow in fall. The columnar form is perfect for street use, accents or formal plantings.
Traditionally not an easy to transplant tree due to its deep taproot, we are now growing this native tree in small containers for better transplanting success. Fast growing, forming an upright oval shape, the green, mitten-shaped foliage has outstanding autumn colors in shades from yellow to deep orange, scarlet and even purple.
Corinthian Linden has an upright, pyramidal habit with limbs evenly spaced around its straight central leader. Narrow habit and lustrous dark green leaves present a neat, formal appearance. Suitable for boulevard planting or a small yard area. Reportedly resistant to Japanese beetle. A Lake County ZAM introduction.
Selected for its excellent drought tolerance, durable dark green foliage and outstanding orange-red fall color. This tree tolerates the heat and humidity of the Midwest, and was selected by the Morton Arboretum.
This thornless tree bears exceptionally large, single bright red flowers with a star-shaped white area in the center of each bloom. Resistant to leaf spot diseases, it provides a second colorful display in fall when covered with glossy red fruit which persists into winter.
The dense foliage of this slow growing shade tree remains an excellent maroon-red all season long. Spring flowers of attractive maroon and yellow are a bonus. This cultivar, known for its straight trunk and well-shaped head, originated as a seedling of 'Schwedleri'.
The first and only columnar shaped, purple leafed, ornamental plum on the market. Covered with showy white flowers in spring, this is the perfect sized tree for today's smaller landscapes. This deciduous tree has glossy bronze foliage, which turns maroon green as it ages. Lake County 'ZAM' Introduction.
Truly outstanding in foliage and form. Young leaves are finely cut and of the darkest purple-red, and maintain that color throughout the summer. Autumn brings clear reddish purple foliage color. The form is wider than tall, weeping or cascading.
This bud sport of 'Crimson King' has an upright branching habit, with leaves closely spaced along the branches for a very dense appearance. Its slow growth makes it ideal for narrow streets and small yards. The spring foliage is a brighter red than 'Crimson King'.
This small thornless tree has an abundance of single white flowers in spring, followed by equally abundant dark red fruit. Disease resistant, it also has attractive silver gray bark. A Lake County 'ZAM' Introduction.
This beautiful deciduous conifer has a pyramidal to conical habit, and fine feathery texture. Once thought to be extinct, it was rediscovered in China in the 1940's, and then introduced to the world through seeds collected on an Arnold Arboretum expedition.
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