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White Pine

White Pine

The White Pine (Pinus Strobus) is a large- sized evergreen tree. It is a faster growing, hardy evergreen. It can be used as an ornamental tree, a windbreak or privacy screen. Zones 3-8, 50-80 Height, 20-40 Spread.

Fall Fiesta Sugar Maple

Fall Fiesta Sugar Maple

One look is all you'll need to see that Fall Fiesta® is superior to the sort. The branching is full and symmetrical. Leathery, glossy, deep green leaves are resistant to leaf tatter and leafhopper damage. A rapid grower, easy to transplant and also resistant to sun scald and frost cracks. Outstanding fall color, shows far more oranges and reds than other sugar maples. Prefers a moist yet well-drained soil with a slight acidity for optimum growth.

Fall Fiesta Sugar Maple will grow to be about 70 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 50 feet. It has a high canopy of foliage that sits well above the ground, and should not be planted underneath power lines. As it matures, the lower branches of this tree can be strategically removed to create a high enough canopy to support unobstructed human traffic underneath. It grows at a medium rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live to a ripe old age of 100 years or more; think of this as a heritage tree for future generations!

This tree should only be grown in full sunlight. It prefers to grow in average to moist conditions, and shouldn't be allowed to dry out. It is not particular as to soil pH, but grows best in rich soils. It is somewhat tolerant of urban pollution. 

Inferno Sugar Maple

Inferno Sugar Maple

A cold hardy selection of Canada’s national tree with dark green leaves that turn a fiery orange-red in the fall. This maple is less particular about soil pH than other varieties, but it prefers rich, well drained soil and a sheltered location. With an overall ascending habit Inferno™ is relatively low maintenance. 

Celebration Maple

Celebration Maple

The Celebration-Acer Freemanii is a hybrid of the Silver and Red Maple. It is more tolerant than the Red Maple. It has a vigorous growth rate and is seedless. Red, orange or golden Fall Color. Zones 3-7, 40'-45' Height, 20-25' Spread.

Autumn Blaze Maple

Autumn Blaze Maple

The Autumn Blaze (Acer freemanii ‘Jeffsred’) is a fast growing shade tree. It is a cross between Red and Silver Maple. In the spring it develops burgundy red flowers, then, red seeds begin to form and grow. Orange/Red Fall Color. Zones 4-7, 50'-60' Height, 40' Spread.

Weeping Willow

Weeping Willow

The Weeping Willow (Salix babylonica) is an ornamental tree. It is easily recognized by its open crown of ground-swinging branches. Its leaves are light green and pointy. Zone 4-8, 50' Height, 50" Spread.

Colorado Blue Spruce

Colorado Blue Spruce

The Colorado Blue Spruce (Picea Pungens) is a medium-sized evergreen tree. It is a relatively slow growing tree. It can be used as an ornamental tree, a windbreak or a privacy screen. Zones 3-7, 60' Height, 10-20 Spread.

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State Street Maple

State Street Maple

Acer miyabei, commonly called Miyabe maple, is a deciduous, small to medium, oval to oval-rounded tree that typically grows to 25-40’ tall. It is native to a few scattered locations near streams and rivers in Hokkaido, Japan where it is now endangered in the wild. Five-lobed, palmately-veined, flat to semi-glossy, dark green leaves (each to 3-5” long) have acuminate, bluntly dentate leaf lobes with deep sinuses. Leaves retain good green color into October before turning pale to rich yellow. Leaf stalks contain a milky sap. Ornamentally insignificant yellow-green flowers in erect, 10-15 flowered corymbs bloom in spring (April-May) as the new leaves are beginning to develop. Flowers give way to two-winged samaras (each samara to 1” long) with wings spreading to 180 degrees. Rough corky gray-brown bark develops attractive orange-brown fissures with age, eventually becoming scaly with fluting.

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Sugar Maple

Sugar Maple

Acer saccharum commonly known as sugar maple is a deciduous, Missouri native tree which will typically grow 40' to 80' tall (sometimes to 100') with a dense, rounded crown. This tree is a main component of the Eastern U.S. hardwood forest and is one of the trees which is most responsible for giving New England its reputation for spectacular fall color. Medium green leaves (3-6" wide with 3-5 lobes) turn yellow-orange in autumn, sometimes with considerable color variations. Fruit is the familiar two-winged samara. Sugar maples are long-lived trees which grow relatively slowly (somewhat faster in the first 35 years). Native Americans taught the early colonists how to tap these trees to make maple syrup which has now become a multi-billion dollar industry in the U.S. and Canada. Excellent shade tree.

River Birch

River Birch

As its name suggests, the river birch naturally grows along river banks. But as a landscape tree, it can be planted almost anywhere in the U.S. The species is valued for its relatively rapid growth, tolerance of wetness and some drought, unique curling bark, spreading limbs and relative resistance to birch borer.

The river birch can be expected to grow in Hardiness Zones 4–9. This tree is considered both a shade tree and an ornamental tree. It features a spreading canopy capable of blocking sunlight and adds visual interest and beauty to landscaping. The river birch grows to a height of 40–70' and a spread of 40–60' at maturity. This tree grows at a medium to fast rate, with height increases of anywhere from 13" to more than 24" per year. Full sun and partial shade are best for this tree, meaning it prefers a minimum of four hours of direct, unfiltered sunlight each day.The river birch grows well in acidic, loamy, moist, sandy, well-drained, wet and clay soils. It will tolerate moderate flooding as well as some drought.

Purple Robe Locust

Purple Robe Locust

This beautiful globe locust has dark rose-pink flowers and foliage that emerges a bronzy-red before turning a bronzy-green for the summer. This tree is also drought tolerant. Full sun. Zone 3-8, 50 Height, 30' Spread.

Syringa Japanese Lilac Tree

Syringa Japanese Lilac Tree

Producing white flowers in late May, June or July on a tree growing 20 to 30 feet tall and 15 to 25 feet wide, the Japanese tree lilac (Syringa reticulata) is regarded as a tough, virtually disease-free plant: a true lilac tree. Resistant to mildew, scale and borers, it even grows well in windy locations, nutrient-poor and alkaline soils. Grow this deciduous tree in USDA Hardiness Zones 3 through 7.

Sunburst Honey Locust

Sunburst Honey Locust

This tree attains a mature height of 30 to 40 feet, with a spread a bit less than that. It's slow to leaf out in spring, but, when it does, its foliar display is a sight to behold. The new foliage starts out yellow, then morphs to a still attractive greenish-yellow, before assuming a plainer light green shade in summer. When it's time for the fall-foliage display, the leaves return more or less to the yellow color that marked them in spring. 

In shape, the compound leaves are fern-like, with a fine texture. The branching pattern is relatively open and airy. They are fast growing trees

Sunburst is an easy to grow tree suited to planing 4 to 9 and to full sun.

This tough specimen is tolerant of various harsh environmental phenomena that make life difficult for more delicate plants. Just as importantly, being thornless and podless, this is a non-messy tree, it won't make your life more difficult, either.