Trees

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 Redbud, Eastern 'Appalachian Red'

Redbud, Eastern 'Appalachian Red'

  • This beautiful tree with its fuschia flowers and attractive foliage makes an excellent addition to any landscape
  • Nice understory or street tree
Arborvitae 'Emerald Green Spiral'

Arborvitae 'Emerald Green Spiral'

  • Bright two-toned green foliage
  • Excellent choice for framing an entryway
  • Must prune regularly to maintain spiral shape
Arborvitae 'Emerald Green'

Arborvitae 'Emerald Green'

Narrow, pyramidal evergreen displaying dense emerald green foliage. Holds its foliage color throughout winter. Excellent medium to large hedge or screening plant.

Arborvitae 'Green Giant'

Arborvitae 'Green Giant'

'Green Giant’ is a fast-growing arborvitae that is often promoted as a disease-free substitute for Leland Cypress, particularly in the Southeastern U.S. Trees may grow to 40-60’ tall with a dense, narrow, pyramidal habit, but can be easily kept more compact by pruning for screens or hedges. In the proper environment, trees can grow 3-4’ of growth per year. Perfect for a windbreak.

Arborvitae 'Nigra'

Arborvitae 'Nigra'

The 'Nigra' Arborvitae is a hardy, low maintenance tree. It's a great choice as a privacy screen, and perfect as a hedge or natural fence. It is one of the best varieties for cold climates. Unlike some evergreens, 'Nigra' will keep its dark green color all winter long. This low-maintenance tree is a popular landscaping tree. It makes one of the finest year-round hedges that form a natural fence around your home.

Arborvitae 'Rheingold'

  • Dwarf evergreen shrub with bright golden foliage that turns coppery gold  in winter
  • Nice low foundation or small hedge planting
  • Can tolerate wet areas of the landscape
Bald Cypress

Bald Cypress

  • Majestic urban tree
  • Adaptable to wet or dry conditions
  • Beautiful orange-red fall color
Beach Plum

Beach Plum

Beach Plum trees are exceptionally cold-hardy withstanding temperatures as low as -25ºF. This variety yields delicious, small plums that are prized for jams and jellies. Also an asset to your landscape — sprays of fragrant white flowers in spring will attract birds, bees and butterflies. Easy to prune and harvest, and hardy enough to grow in the poorest of soils. Ripens in late summer. Plant two for proper pollination and larger crops.

Beech, European 'Riversi'

  • Broad, upright tree
  • Silver/gray smooth bark
  • Purple/green leaf

Beech, Purple Fountain Weeping

  • Upright narrow weeping habit works well near the corner of the house
  • Deep purple foliage
  • Silver bark shows well in landscape
  • Color shows better in full sun

Birch, River 'Heritage'

  • Multi-stemmed tree with exfoliating bark that turns pure white with age
  • Excellent large tree for wet areas or next to ponds or lakes
  • An American native
  • Provides wildlife cover and habitat near waterways
Birch, River 'Youngii Serpentine'

Birch, River 'Youngii Serpentine'

White exfoliating bark and weeping habit make this a unique specimen tree. River Birch like to be consistantly moist especially in the  heat of the summer. Just like other River Birch, this will thrive when planted near a pond or other water source.

Black Gum

  • Tall, pyramidal tree with dark, glossy leaves
  • Foliage turns a gorgeous shade of red in the fall

Buckeye, Red

  • Showy, deep red flowers in spring
  • Dark green leaves appear early spring even before oaks and maples
  • Attracts hummingbirds

Cedar 'Blue Atlas'

  • Large, slow growing evergreen tree
  • Pyramidal habit with bright powder blue needles
  • Perfect for specimen planting
  • Tree looks best when branches are left on the tree to the ground

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