Deciduous Trees

  1. Cimson King Maple<br>Acer platanoides \'crimson king\': The Crimson King maple is a dense shade tree with wonderful purple foliage. The leaves hold their color well, without fading, from spring through fall. Fall color is typically a deep maroon to reddish bronze.
  2. Heritage River Birch<br>Betula nigra \'heritage\': The Heritage River Birch is commonly found as a multi-stemmed tree, but occasionally it is available in a single-stem form. It is a variety of the river birch known for having nice yellow fall color and bark that exfoliates which reveals tan to salmon pink colored trunks and branches. The Heritage River Birch can be planted as a single accent tree or plant a group of them for a more natural and interesting look.
  3. Jacquemontii Birch<br>Betula jacquemontii: The Jacquemontii Birch is known for its white bark. In fact it has the whitest bark of all the birches and it renews its color yearly by shedding outer layers of bark, which peel off in papery sheets. Accent the white bark by planting the Jacquemontii birch in front of dark evergreen foliage or by planting the birches in groups or rows. The Jacquemontii birch has yellow fall color, and it maintains its landscape interest in the winter due to its branch structure and showy bark.
  4. Katsura <br>Cercidiphyllum japonicum: The Katsura tree is grown as both a single stemmed or multi-stemmed tree. It has rounded heart shaped leaves that emerge in spring with a red to purple tint. As the leaves mature they turn a slightly bluish green. The Katsura has yellow fall color and are known for the sweet sugary scent they emit as fall arrives.
  5. Weeping Willow<br>Salix alba: The weeping willow is a great selection for adding character to a landscape. Known for its graceful, low sweeping branch structure and unique shape. The weeping willow is commonly found near streams, lakes and wetlands but is adaptable to drier soils as well. The weeping willow has winter interest due to its golden winter stems.
  6. Zelkova<br>Zelkova serrata: The Zelkova is a lovely landscape specimen or shade tree. It has a unique leaf and canopy shape. The leaves of the Zelkova are similar to elm leaves. The Zelkova is a good substitute for Elms since the Zelkova is not susceptible to Dutch elm disease.
  7. Accolade tree
  8. Accolade tree
  9. Acer Globe
  10. Akebono Flower
  11. Apple Blossom
  12. Armstrongs
  13. Big Palmadum
  14. Big Palmadum Green
  15. Big Styrax
  16. Big Thundercloud
  17. Birch Multi European
  18. Bliriana flower
  19. Carolina Silverbell Flower
  20. Cherry Kwanzan fall
  21. Color Sweetgum Kubota
  22. Crabapple Flower
  23. Dogwood
  24. Dogwood Flower
  25. Dogwood Yellow Flower
  26. Fraxinus oxy leaf
  27. Jacquemontii low branching
  28. Japanese Maple
  29. Japanese Maple
  30. Jaquemontii Birch
  31. Katsura
  32. Katsura spring leaf
  33. Large Red Horse Chestnut
  34. Large Red Horse Chestnut
  35. Willow
  36. Lilac
  37. London Plane
  38. Maple Leaf
  39. Maple Paperbark Fall
  40. Newly Flowering Cherry
  41. Nijisekii Pear
  42. Norway Maple
  43. Norway Maples
  44. Oak Begins Fall
  45. Oak Leaf
  46. Oak Red Summer
  47. Oaks
  48. Osakazuki Maple Leaf
  49. Pacific Sunset
  50. Paper Bark Maple
  51. Peach Blossom
  52. Peach Flower
  53. Plum Field
  54. Red Oak
  55. Rhobinia Frisia
  56. Silk Tree
  57. Silk Tree
  58. Stud Hornbeam
  59. Styraxjaponicus
  60. Sweetgum Leaves
  61. Thundercloud Flower
  62. Upright Crabapple
  63. Weeping Larch 20\'+
  64. White Flowring Cherry
  65. Yoshino