Also known as Shadblow or Juneberry this tree is a New England favorite. Growing to a maximum of 25′ in height and 15′ in width this highly ornamental deciduous tree is known for its showy white flowers in early spring. It attracts birds who utilize its red berries for food in the fall. Tolerates a wide range of soils, it grows best in full to partial sun.
Known for its vibrant fall foliage of yellow, orange, bright red to purple, often on the same branch. Highly textured bark. Discrete flowers in late spring provide a vital food source for pollinators. Grows to a maximum of 40′ in height and 25′ in width at a rate of about 18″ per year. Grows well in full and partial sun in a wide variety of soils.
Very hardy fast growing tree. Decorative leaves and cup shaped yellow to orange spring flowers make this a uniqe ornamental. Can grow to a height of 80′ and width of 40′. Full sun is ideal, this tree can tolerate a wide variety of soils, even drought conditions.
Attractive and durable shade tree. The vibrant green pinnate leaves grow in unique linear clusters. Fairy fast growth rate. This oak can grow to a mature height of 50′ and 50′ in width. Full sun is ideal, it can tolerate many types of soil and drought levels.
Highly ornamental tree with purple flower clusters in early spring. Unique branching divides close to the ground creating a wide spreading tree. Growing to a mature height of 30′ and width of 20′ this plant prefers full to partial sun and tolerate a wide variety of soils.
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