Trees

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Pussy Willow, Weeping

  • Weeping branches on a top grafted tree
  • Furry Grayish Catkins in mid to early pring
  • Strong weeping habit all the way to ground
  • Tolerates wet conditions
  • Adds uniqueness to any landscape

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 '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 '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

Arborvitae 'Steeplechase'

A pyramidal shaped evergreen with finely textured, rich green foliage. Ideal as a large hedge or windbreak. Cold hardy and seacoast tolerant.

Arborvitae, Emerald Green Spiral

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

Bald Cypress

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

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

Canadian Hemlock

  • Graceful, pyramidal conifer
  • Loves to be sheared
  • Very dark green needles
  • Great for privacy screening or a noise barrier

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

Cedar 'Blue Atlas' Weeping

With icy blue needles, this beautiful weeping evergreen has a dramatic effect when trailing on a fence or over a wall. Prized as a specimen tree in display gardens and residential landscapes.

 

 

Cedar 'Divinely Blue'

  • Dwarf pyramidal growth habit with blue-green needles
  • A good accent tree for a small garden
  • Deer resistant

Cedar 'Karl Fuchs'

  • Provides a striking vertical element in the landscape
  • Bright blue new growth in the Spring gradually matures to green
  • Plant in masses to provide a nice privacy screen

Cedar 'Prostrate Beauty'

  • Densley layered branches with blue-grey needles
  • Slow-growing mounding habit
  • Great low mounding ground cover

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