Fragrant, colorful blooms. Valuable timber. Very unique tree.
Fastest growing willow. Usually planted in rows for privacy. Similar to the "Austree" hybrid.
(populus nigra 'Italica')
Usually planted in rows. Unique growth habit.
Very popular shade tree. Planted near new homes to increase property value.
Leaves give fragrant scent all year long.
Thrives in a wide range of soil and moisture conditions.
Winter fruits resemble Christmas ornaments.
Bright yellow foliage. Fast grower creates dense shade.
Most widely distributed tree in North America.
Lavender flowers bloom for 120 days.
Dark pink blooms. Very adaptable flowering tree.
One of the few red crapes. Blooms from spring til fall.
New summer foliage turns autumn red.
(acer rubrum 'October Glory')
Bred for bright red fall color. Fast growing ornamental is often used for shade.
(lagerstroemia indica 'Red Rocket')
One of the fastest growing crape myrtles, and one of the few with red blooms.
Grows into a nice round shape. Gives you a spectrum of colors in the fall.
(arborvitae Green Giant)
Becoming most popular landscape tree for privacy screening.
(pyrus calleryana 'Cleveland')
Strong branches resist damage.
(betula nigra 'Heritage')
Society of Municipal Arborists' "Tree of the Year" in 2002.
Soaks up tons of water. Often used to landscape golf courses and developments.
Popular for screening. Grows in slender, columnar form.
(acer x freemanii)
Fastest growing maple. Made popular by its bright red fall color.
Popular flowering tree. Sustains long life.
These maples can live up to 150 years.
(lagerstroemia indica 'Dynamite')
Carefree tree is one of the original red-flowering crapes.
Fast growing dogwood with pink blooms. Newer, adaptable variety.
Oldest species of tree. Great yellow foliage.
Narrow growth habit. Often planted alone for landscaping.
Showy fruit attracts many birds and wildlife creatures.
(Cryptomeria japonica var. sinensis)
Very deer resistant. Unique growth habit.
Drought tolerant. Most insect resistant birch tree, but susceptible to disease.
Blooms in bunches. Needs plenty of sun for full blooms.
Most adaptable oak tree. Dark, lustrous summer foliage.
(lagerstroemia indica 'Pink Velour')
Easy to grow & drought tolerant. Light pink blooms all summer.