Acer macrophyllum (Big-Leaf Maple)

This big leaf maple grows very fast and does not do well in high heat, unless the humidity is also high. Growth habit of 40-75’ tall x 40-75’ wide. Zone 6-7

Acer platanoides ‘Crimson King’ (Norway Maple)

This deciduous shade tree is known for its rich maroon leaves that last throughout the summer. This is a more compact variety that tends to grow smaller than other varieties. Growth habit of 30-40’ tall x 20-40’ wide. Zone 3-7

Acer platanoides ‘Crimson Sentry’ (Crimson Sentry)

This dense deciduous tree has a distinctive and refined pyramidal form with burgundy foliage throughout the season. The leaves are highly ornamental and turn deep-purple in the fall. Growth habit of 40’ tall x 25’ wide. Zone 3-7

Acer platanoides ‘Columnare’ (Columnar Norway Maple)

This maple has dark-green foliage throughout the season and is blanketed in stunning corymbs of lemon yellow flowers along the branches in early spring before the lobed leaves turn yellow in fall. Growth habit of 45’ tall x 15’ wide. Zone 4

Acer rubrum ‘Armstrong’ (Columnar Red Maple)

Large green star-shaped leaves are 3-lobed and yellow, orange, or red in the fall. Given full sun, it will develop a dense shady crown whereas part sun will render the tree more open. Growth habit of 50-60’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 4-9

Acer rubrum ‘JFS-KW78 Armstrong Gold®’ (Armstrong Gold® Maple)

This showy specimen is multi-versatile and can be used for a lawn, street tree, park, etc. This tree is considered one of the best for early fall color. Growth habit of 40’ tall x 12’ wide. Zone 4

Acer rubrum ‘Bowhall’ (Bowhall Maple)

Although somewhat pyramidal, this is probably best described as broadly columnar in shape. Young trees are dense and quite narrow, but they broaden with age. Trees are often shorter in the southern part of its range, unless growing next to a stream or on a wet site. Growth habit of 50’ tall x 25’ wide. Zone 4-8, best used Zone 9

Acer rubrum ‘Karpick’ (Red Maple)

Has a strong central leader with smaller than average lateral limbs. It is quite upright, and the limbs are denser than a ‘Bowhall’, with leaves more finely toothed and cut. Growth habit of 40-50’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 3-9

Acer rubrum ‘PNI 0268’ (October Glory® Maple)

Its star-shaped leaves are sometimes tinged red when they first emerge in spring, changing to green all summer, then to brilliant-red in late fall. Round to oval growth habit of; 40-50’ tall x 28-35’ wide. Zone 3-8

Acer rubrum ‘Franksred’ (Red Sunset® Maple)

One of the best red maple cultivars available with outstanding orange to red fall color (quality more reliable than species). Growth habit of 40-50’ tall x 30-40’ wide. Zone 3-9

Acer rubrum ‘Frank Jr.’ (Redpointe® Red Maple)

Pyramidal maple with a relatively narrow and carefree growth habit. This is an excellent tree for more compact landscapes. Growth habit of 45’ tall x 30’ wide. Zone 5

Acer rubrum ‘Katie Cole’ PP21076 (Summer Sensation® Maple)

This deciduous tree has glossy, bright red new growth and is incredibly showy in spring and summer. Nice branching habit and beautiful deep-burgundy fall color. Growth habit of 30-35’ tall x 20-25’ wide. Zone 4-9

Acer rubrum ‘Resupszam’ (Red Supersonic™ Maple)

A very desirable cultivar of the red maple with a pronounced vase form and reliable red fall color; distinctive form and rich colors make this a choice shade tree, ideal for larger landscapes. Growth habit of 40’ tall and 10’ wide. Zone 3

Acer saccharinum ‘Silver Queen’ (Silver Maple)

This fast-growing, somewhat graceful tree gets its name from the silvery undersides of its leaves. Bark is gray to brownish-gray. Growth habit of 40-50’ tall x 40-50’ wide. Zone 3-9

Acer shirasawanum ‘Aureum’ (Full Moon Maple)

This popular yellow leaved cultivar is most noted for its showy bright-yellow foliage (sometimes edged with red) in spring. Similar in appearance to Acer japonicum, it is a small, slow-growing, upright-rounded, deciduous tree. Growth habit of 16-20’ tall x 16-20’ wide. Zone 5-7

Acer truncatum x Acer platanoides ‘JFS-KW202’ PP21838 (Crimson Sunset® Maple)

Heat tolerance is the distinguishing characteristic of this Acer truncatum hybrid. Its foliage resembles that of the Crimson King, but its form is more upright and compact. Growth habit of 35’ tall x 25’ wide. Zone 4

Acer truncatum x Acer platanoides ‘Keithsform’ (Norwegian Sunset® Maple)

Glossy sharply lobed foliage is this tree's real feature. This small tree has a wonderfully uniform round shape and fantastic autumn color. The slightly purple new growth turns a rich dark green in the summer, before blazing vibrant oranges and reds in the autumn show the full beauty of the tree. Growth habit of 35’ tall x 25’ wide. Zone 4-7

Acer truncatum x Acer Platanoides ‘Warrenred’ PP7433 (Pacific Sunset® Maple)

Glossy dark-green foliage, fine fall color and improved adaptability to heat and drought are features that distinguish this variety from other cultivars. Growth habit of 30’ tall x 25’ wide. Zone 4

Acer x freemanii ‘Celebration’ (Celebration Maple)

A silver maple/red maple hybrid with an upright growth habit, showy red flowers along the bare branches in early spring. A good shade tree for smaller properties, more tolerant of adverse conditions than the red maple. Growth habit of 45’ tall x 20’ wide. Zone 4

Acer x freemanii ‘Jeffersred’ (Autumn Blaze Maple or Freeman Maple)

The Freeman Maple cultivars commonly sold today combine some of the best features of both parents, namely, solid structure, attractive form and showy fall color. Growth habit of 40-55’ tall x 30-40' wide. Zone 3-8

Acer x freemanii ‘Sienna’ (Sienna Glen Maple)

One of the very hardiest red fall-coloring shade trees available. This hybrid features a uniform branching habit and attractive pyramidal-oval shape. Growth habit of 50’ tall x 40’ wide. Zone 3

Acer ‘Ginzam’ (Gingerbread)

Peeling bark of a rich cinnamon-red combined with orange-red fall color make these small upright oval trees ideal street trees or landscape features. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 20’ wide. Zone 4-8

Betula nigra 'Cully' (Heritage Birch or River Birch)

This vigorous, fast-growing, pyramidal, medium-sized tree can be grown as either a single trunk or multi-stemmed tree. It features salmon-cream to brownish bark which exfoliates to reveal a creamy-white inner bark that can be nearly as white as the white-barked birches. Growth habit of 40-70’ x 40-60’ wide. Zone 4-9  

Betula papyrifera ‘Paper Birch’ (Paper Birch)

This tree is noted for its white bark, which exfoliates in papery strips to reveal an orange-brown inner bark. Mature trees develop black markings on white bark. Growth habit of 50-70’ tall x 25-50’ wide. Zone 2-6

Betula pendula “Youngii’ (Young's Weeping Birch)

This is a graceful, weeping ornamental with wonderful yellow fall color. Some specimens appear sloppy, others more pyramidal. Lawn grasses grow well in its light shade. Growth habit of 8-10’ tall x 15’ wide. Zone 2-7

Betula populifolia ‘Whitespire’ (Asian White Birch)

Commonly called gray birch, this is a short-lived, narrow-columnar, suckering, deciduous tree that most often appears in a multi-trunked form, but also grows with a single trunk. Growth habit of 20-40’ tall x 10-20’ wide. Zone 3-6

Betula utilis var. jacquemontii (Himalayan Birch)

This Birch is most noted for its exceptionally white bark. Although bark color can be variable, many authorities consider the bark from this variety to be the whitest found on any birch. Also known as white-barked Himalayan birch. Growth habit of 30-40’ tall x 18-25’ wide. Zone 5-6

Cercis canadensis (Eastern Redbud)

This redbud is particularly noted for its stunning pea-like rose-purple flowers which bloom profusely on bare branches in early spring before the foliage emerges. This deciduous tree is often multi-trunked with a rounded crown. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 25-35’ wide. Zone 4-8

Cercis canadensis ‘Hearts of Gold’ (Hearts of Gold Redbud)

This is the first known gold-foliaged Cercis. Exceptional native redbud displays a riot of color in early spring as brilliant lavender-purple blooms appear on bare branches. Large, heart shaped leaves are burn-resistant even in full sun. Growth habit of 20-25’ tall x 18’ wide. Zone 5-9

Cercis x ‘Merlot’ (Merlot Redbud)

Lustrous dark purple foliage is similar to ‘Forest Pansy’, but with ‘Texas Redbud’ in its genes, ‘Merlot’ offers excellent drought tolerance and thicker, glossier leaves that stand up to summer heat. A perfect spring flowering tree for smaller landscapes. Growth habit of 12-15’ tall x 12-15’ wide. Zone 6-9

Cercis canadensis ‘Ralipzam’ (Radiant Lipstick™ Redbud)

This deciduous upright is known for its dark-green heart shape foliage and golden fall color. Perfect for small spaces. Growth habit of 25-30’ tall x 15-25’ wide. Zone 4

Cercidiphyllum japonicum ‘Hanna’s Heart®’ PP21711 (Hanna’s Heart® Katsura)

A narrower and shorter ultimate form than the species, this variety is excellent for smaller gardens. The summer leaf color is quite dark when contrasted against other nursery greens and has a bluish-green hue to it. Growth habit of 25’ tall x 12’ wide. Zone

Cercidiphyllum japonicum ‘Rotfuchs’ (Red Fox Katsura)

This is a deciduous, single or multi-trunked, understory tree with a dense, rounded habit. It is grown for its beautiful shape and its attractive foliage. Leaves emerge reddish-purple in spring and mature to medium-green with a slight bluish tinge in summer. Growth habit of 40-60’ tall x 25-50’ wide. Zone 4-8

Cornus alternifolia ‘Pagoda’ (Pagoda Dogwood)

 A small deciduous tree or large multi-stemmed shrub with distinctive tiered/layered horizontal branching which is turned upward at the tips. Although the leaves of most species of dogwood are opposite, those of pagoda dogwood are alternate, hence the specific epithet and often used common name of alternate-leaf dogwood. Growth habit of 15-25’ tall x 20-32’ wide. Zone 5-8

Cornus controversa ‘Variegata’ (Giant Dogwood)

A rounded, medium-sized, deciduous tree that will grow somewhat rapidly with distinctive horizontal branching in tiers. This tree and C. alternifolia are the only dogwoods that feature alternate leaves. Growth habit of 35-40’ tall x 35-40’ wide. Zone 5-8

Cornus kousa (Kousa Dogwood)

A small, deciduous, flowering tree or multi-stemmed shrub with a vase-shaped habit in the early years but eventually maturing to a more rounded form. Growth habit of 15-30’ tall x 15-30’ wide. Zone 5-8

Cornus kousa ‘Losely’ P.A.F. (Champion’s Gold™ Dogwood)

Its fresh, green foliage takes on a bright-yellow hue when exposed to direct sun in mid-summer creating an overall multi-colored effect. The yellow tones spread and intensify through summer until autumn arrives when the leaves turn bright-orange-red. Growth habit of 15-20’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 5-7

Cornus kousa spp. chinensis ‘Galzam’ (Galilean® Dogwood)

A small deciduous tree with a dense, spreading, horizontal branching habit. The floral bracts are pointed, surrounding the real central flowers and appear later in the spring than the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida). Growth habit of 15-30’ tall x 15-25’ wide. Zone 5-8

Cornus kousa ‘Schmred’ (Heart Throb® Chinese Dogwood)

Like all kousa Dogwoods, 'Heart Throb®' has a landscape pleasing, rounded shape with deep-green, trouble free foliage. Flower buds unfurl in June to reveal big, rose-pink bracts. Growth habit of 16-20’ tall x 16-20’ wide with upright form. Zone 5-8

Cornus kousa ‘Propzam’ (Prophet™ Chinese Dogwood)

Features showy clusters of white flowers with white bracts held atop the branches in late spring. It has green foliage throughout the season. The pointy leaves turn an outstanding brick-red in the fall. The peeling gray bark adds an interesting dimension to the landscape. Growth habit of 20’ tall x 20’ wide. Zone 5

Cornus kousa ‘Ruby Slippers’

Bright pink flowers in in spring and glossy, bright-red-orange fall color and an interesting bark gives this ornamental tree all season interest in any landscape. Growth habit of 15’ tall x 15’ wide. Zone 5-8

Cornus kousa ssp. ‘Samaritan’ (Samaritan® Chinese Dogwood)

A truly beautiful specimen tree, with showy green and white variegated foliage; red strawberry-like fruit in fall and a vase-shaped habit of growth. Prefers rich, well-drained acidic soil and adequate precipitation. Growth habit of 24’ tall x 20’ wide.  Zone 4-8

Cornus kousa ‘Snow Tower’ (Upright Chinese Dogwood)

An upright columnar cultivar with abundant flowering that occurs in June (slightly later than flowering on most cultivars of this species). Deep-green foliage turns attractive shades of red in autumn. Growth habit of 10-15’ tall x 4-8’ wide. Zone 5-8

Cornus x ‘KN30-8’ PP16309 (Venus® Dogwood)

Noted for its vigorous habit, upright, low-branching, large-bracted flowers, profuse bloom and resistance to anthracnose and powdery mildew. It is more rigorous than current known cultivars of Cornus kousa. It has superior foliage and large flowers. Growth habit of 15-20’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 6-9

Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire' (Bloodtwig Dogwood)

Noted for its colorful stems and twigs in winter, this outstanding ornamental cultivar features yellow winter stems which are tipped with red twigs and golden yellow fall foliage color. Growth habit of 5-6’ tall x 5-6’ wide. Zone 5-7

Cornus sanguinea ‘Winter Flame’ (Winter Flame Bloodtwig Dogwood)

A winter kaleidoscope with twig color ranging from yellow at the base to fiery-orange and red at the tips. Yellow-orange fall foliage with white corymbs of flowers in spring. Great in flower arrangements. Growth habit of 5-6’ tall x 5-6’ wide. Zone 5-7

Cornus sericea ‘Bud’s Yellow’ (Yellowtwig Dogwood)

It is a rapid-growing, mulit-stemmed, suckering, deciduous shrub with outstanding ornamental features including bright-yellow winter stems. Growth habit of 5-8’ tall x 5-8’ wide. Zone 3-7

Cornus ‘Rutdan’ Celestial (Celestial Dogwood)

Originally trademarked under the name Galaxy, this small hybrid dogwood is noted for its vigorous upright habit and large-bracted flowers. Growth habit of 14-18’ tall x 12-15’ wide. Zone 5-9

Fagus sylvatica ‘Atropurpurea’ (Purple Beech or European Beech)

A deciduous tree with a spreading oval to round crown with a smooth gray bark. Leaves unfold deep-red and darken to an intense brown-red (purple). Autumn leaves change to wonderful bronze hues and generally remain until the growth arrives in spring. Growth habit of 50-60’ tall x 30-40’ wide. Zone 5-7

Fagus sylvatica ‘Dawyck Gold’ (Columnar Golden European Beech)

Remarkable in spring with bright-yellows and chartreuse tones on a tightly formed upright tree. As the foliage matures, the color deepens to a rich lime green with gold highlights on the sunny side. Strong upright limbs surround a central trunk with smooth pale-gray bark. Growth habit of 25’ tall x 6’ wide. Zone 4-9

Fagus sylvatica ‘Purple Fountain’ (Purple Fountain Beech)

A deciduous tree with a columnar and cascading shape. It bears alternate, simple leaves, with wavy margins. This would make an excellent specimen tree for a smaller urban garden where color is desired. Growth habit of 25’ tall x 15’ wide. Zone 4-7

Fagus sylvatica ‘Red Obelisk’ (Red Obelisk European Beech)

 A handsome, columnar tree with deep-purple, crinkled foliage all season long. Slow growth habit and narrow form makes it ideal for smaller residential landscapes, while also a striking vertical accent or specimen in most any setting. Growth habit of 10-12’ tall x 3-6’ wide. Zone 4-7

Fagus sylvatica ‘Spaethiana’ (Spaeth Purple Beech)

An incredible accent tree with smooth gray-bark and attractive deep-purple foliage which emerges burgundy in spring. Growth habit of 60’ tall x 35’ wide. Zone 4-7

Fagus sylvatica ‘Tri-color’ (Tricolor European Beech)

A large deciduous tree with a stunning variegated foliage of purple-pink, green, and white particularly in spring. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 10-20’ wide. Zone 4-9

Fraxinus latifolia (Oregon Ash)

A medium sized deciduous tree, symmetrical in shape, growing about half as wide as it is tall. The young bark is thin, smooth, and gray-green becoming gray-brown, thick and furrowed with age. Growth habit of 35-80’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 6-9

Fraxinus oxycarpa ‘Angustifolia’ (Raywood Ash)

A rounded tree with fine-textured narrow leaflets. The summer foliage is a glossy-dark green. The fall color is a rich, deep-burgundy, with some brighter reds. It is adaptable to a range of soils, and performs best in full sun in moist, well-drained soils. Growth habit of 40’ tall x 30’ wide. Zone 5-9

Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘Patmore’ (Patmore Green Ash)

Considered one of the best shade trees selections, Patmore has a very symmetrical, upright form. Dark green, glossy foliage becomes yellow in fall. Very easy to grow. Growth habit of 40’ tall x 20’ wide. Zone 2-9

Ginkgo biloba 'Princeton Sentry' (Maidenhair Tree)

An all-male cultivar with an upright, narrowly conical habit. Leaves turn a uniform golden-yellow in autumn that are spectacular when backlit by early morning or late afternoon sun and persist for several weeks. When the leaves drop, they drop rapidly, forming a golden carpet around the tree. Growth habit of 40-50’ tall x 20-30’ wide. Zone 3-8

Gleditsia triancanthos ‘Draves’ PP21698 (Street Keeper® Honeylocust)

An ideal tree for city streets with an ascending branch structure that is only half as wide as other cultivars. This cultivar boasts the tight narrow form that has long been lacking in urban tolerant Honeylocust. Growth habit of 45’ tall x 20’ wide. Zone 4

Gleditsia triancanthos inermis ‘Shademaster’ (Shademaster® Thornless Honeylocust)

This cultivar forms a graceful, vase-shape to oval outline almost like a smaller version of the American Elm. Branches are upright with lower branches horizontally on older specimens as the branch tips drop to the horizontal. Growth habit of 50-75’ tall x 20-40’ wide. Zone 5-8

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis ‘Sunburst’ (Sunburst® Honeylocust)

This stately and unusual thornless honeylocust is a large shade tree with a spreading crown of small, yellow-green, lacy foliage. Foliage emerges bright golden bronze in spring and assumes a vivid-yellow fall color. Growth habit of 30-35’ tall x 30’ wide. Zone 4-8

Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Jelena’ (Copper Beauty Witch Hazel)

An upright cultivar with ascending branches and a spreading habit. Noted for its winter-blooming, sweetly, fragrant copper flowers. An orange-red fall color is usually quite attractive. This variety is synonymous with, and formerly called, H. x intermedia ‘Copper Beauty’. Growth habit of 8-12’ tall x 8-12’ wide. Zone 5-8

Hamelis x intermedia ‘Carmine Red’ (Carmine Red Witch Hazel)

A deciduous spreading shrub with light-green leaves. Leaves are elliptic to nearly circular in shape, irregularly toothed along their edges and become a yellow/orange/red in autumn. Growth habit of 15-18’ tall x 15-18’ wide. Zone 5-9

Liquidambar styraciflua ‘Worplesdon’ (Worplesdon Sweet Gum)

A beautiful pyramidal shade tree with interestingly shaped leaves that turn red, purple and yellow in fall. Somewhat particular about growing conditions; fruit is spiny and can be somewhat messy, use where this will not be a problem. Growth habit of 40’ tall x 2’ wide. Zone 5-8

Liriodendron tulipifera (Tulip Tree or Yellow Poplar)

A large, stately, deciduous tree with a pyramidal to broad conical habit. Trunks of mature trees may reach 4-6’ in diameter, usually rising column-like with an absence of lower branching. It is named and noted for its cup-shaped, tulip-like flowers that bloom in spring. Growth habit of 60-90’ tall x 30-50’ wide. Zone 4-9

Liriodendron tulipifera ‘Arnold’ (Arnold Tulip Tree)

This upright grower is well suited for narrow spaces, through its stately size is best suited for larger properties. Unusual yellow-green, tulip-like flowers appear in late spring through summer. Foliage has pretty golden-yellow color in fall. Growth habit of 25’ tall (can reach 50’) x 8-10’ wide. Zone 5-9

Magnolia 'Galaxy' (Hybrid Magnolia)

A hybrid magnolia that crosses M. liliiflora ‘Nigra’ and M. sprengeri ‘Diva’. This is a large, narrow-pyramidal, deciduous single trunk tree with ascending branching. Fragrant rose-pink to reddish-purple flowers (each to 6-12” across) bloom in late April to early June. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 10-15’ wide. Zone 5-9

Magnolia grandiflora ‘Bracken’s Brown Beauty’ (Southern Magnolia)

Unlike the species, it is a compact cultivar with a dense, narrow, pyramidal-oval crown, that produces flowers and leaves that are approximately one-half the size of those on species’ plants. Fragrant, cup-shaped, white flowers appear in late spring, with sparse continued flowering throughout the summer. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 15-25’ wide. Zone 6-9

Magnolia grandiflora ‘Edith Bogue’ (Large-Flowered Magnolia)

Noted for its excellent winter hardiness, this cultivar has a growth habit of upright and pyramidal. Lemon-scented, white flowers (to 12” diameter) bloom in early summer. Growth habit of 40-60’ tall x 30’ wide. Zone 6-9

Magnolia grandiflora ‘Kay Parris’ (Kay Parris Magnolia)

A beautiful dense tree with small dark-green glossy leaves and brown velvety underside so expected with Magnolia grandiflora varieties. It produces creamy-white fragrant flowers in May that are bigger than 'Little Gem'. It differentiates itself from other varieties by its wavy edge to its leaf and its bright-pink new growth. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 30-40’ wide in upright, pyramidal form. Zone 6-9

Magnolia liliiflora ‘Nigra’ (Purple Lily Magnolia)

Wonderful deciduous shrub having an upright open branching habit and large two-toned, dark-purple-red outside and pink inside. Flowers over long blooming season. A superb single specimen or accent plant. Growth habit of 6-10’ high x 4-8’ wide. Zone 5-9

Magnolia x ‘Ann’ (Ann Magnolia)

A cross between M. liliiflora ‘Nigra’ and M. stellata ‘Rosea’. ‘Ann’ is primarily noted for its compact shrubby habit, slightly fragrant purple-red flowers and late bloom (mid-April to early May). It is a slow-growing, deciduous shrub with slightly fragrant chalice-shaped flowers (to 7-9” long). Leaves turn yellow in fall. Growth habit of 8-10’ tall x 8-10’ wide. Zone 4-8

Magnolia ‘Cameo’ (Cameo Magnolia)

A sister seedling to Cleopatra and is a stunning bloom with a sculpted form like a cameo broach. Reddish-purple exterior with clean white flushed purple interior. Growth habit of 10-15’ tall x 4-6’ wide. Zone 5-9

Magnolia ‘Cleopatra’ (Cleopatra Magnolia)

An ideal plant where garden space is limited, Cleopatra shows late flowers in May and in some locations shows an intense second bloom in mid-summer. This showy magnolia has a complex pigmentation of red and purple with bluish undertones.  Growth habit of 10-12’ tall x 12-15’ wide. Zone 7-8

Magnolia x loebneri ‘Dr. Merrill’ (Dr. Merrill Magnolia)

A vigorous free-flowering cultivar that is noted for its floriferous bloom of large white flowers blushed with pink. Synonymous with M. kobus var. loebneri ‘Merrill’. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 20-30’ wide in upright, pyramidal form. Zone 5-9

Magnolia x loebneri ‘Leonard Messel Magnolia’

This most commonly grown deciduous magnolia, has fragrant flowers (to 8” across) that bloom in early spring before the medium green foliage emerges. Flowers are pink with white interiors. Growth habit of 10-15’ tall x 12’ wide. Zone 4-9

Magnolia x soulangiana ‘Saucer Magnolia’

A beautiful lawn tree with huge, saucer-shaped white and pink blooms on bare branches. Spectacular show on spreading, multi-trunked form. Growth habit of 20-25’ tall x 20-25’ wide. Zone 5-9

Malus domestica ‘Braeburn’ (Braeburn Apple)

A popular apple cultivar which may be purchased on different rootstocks. This cultivar features white blossoms which appear in spring and are followed by large, red apples with a balanced flavor, which ripen in mid-October. Growth habit of 12-15’ tall x 12-15’ wide, in upright, branching form. Zone 5-8

Malus domestica ‘Cortland’ (Cortland Apple)

An older, well-known variety. Medium-sized and bright red with a tropical flavor. White flesh holds its color well after being cut. Growth habit of 15-20’ tall x 10-14’ wide, in upright, branching form. Zone 4-7

Malus domestica ‘McIntosh’ (McIntosh Apple)

One of the all-time favorites for some people. Red McIntosh is an early season apple with very aromatic, flavorful, white, juicy flesh. It is somewhat firm, but only will keep for shorter periods during the fall and early winter. Growth habit of 12-16’ tall x 12-16’ wide, in an upright, branching form. Zone 3-8

Malus x ‘MN 1711’ (Honeycrip™ Apple)

Charming pink-white flowers provide a showy spring display, then produce large, showy red fruit with exceptional flavor and crispness. Growth habit of 20-25’ tall x 10-15’ wide. Zone 4-9

Malus ‘Shotizam’ (Show Time™ Crabapple)

Heavy blooming, with large bright fuchsia-pink flowers that are striking in springtime. Dark-green foliage has a red overlay. A vigorous grower with upright oval form, it features bright red fruits in autumn that persist into winter. Growth habit of 15-20’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 3-7

Malus ‘Sutyzam’ (Sugar Tyme® Flowering Crabapple)

An upright, oval, deciduous tree with pink buds that open to fragrant, single white flowers (1” diameter) in spring. Flowers are followed by masses of small, glossy, red crabapples which mature in the fall and persist in the winter. Growth habit of 14-18’ tall x 11-15’ wide. Zone 4-8

Malus ‘Prairifire' (Prairifire Flowering Crabapple)

A dense, rounded, deciduous tree with pinkish-red buds that open to slightly fragrant, deep pink-red flowers (1.5" diameter) in spring. Flowers are followed by masses of small, purplish-red crabapples (to 1/2" diameter) which mature in the fall. Growth habit of 15-20’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 4-8

Plantanus acerifolia ‘Morton Circle’ (Exclamation!™ London planetree)

Selected for its uniform, upright pyramidal habit and attractive foliage, it is densely branched with a moderate growth rate. Beautiful white and brown mottled bark and forest green foliage throughout the season. This variety is best in larger landscapes. Growth habit of 60’ tall and 45’ wide. Zone 4-8

Populus balsamifera L. ssp. trichocarpa (Black Cottonwood)

This is the largest poplar species in the Americas. While this species is generally short-lived, some trees may live for 400 years. The leaves have a glossy dark upper side and glaucous light grey-green underside. The bark is gray and covered with lenticels, becoming thick and deeply fissured on old trees. Growth habit of over 40’ tall x 26’ wide. Zone 2-7

Populus tremula ‘Erecta’ (Columnar Swedish Aspen)

Flat, rounded green leaves flutter and rustle in the breeze providing both visual interest and soothing sound to the landscape. Its very narrow form is great for small spaces, a tall screen, or lining a drive. Growth habit of 40’ tall x 10’ wide. Zone 2-5

Populus tremuloides (American Aspen or Quaking Aspen)

Most noted for its beautiful white bark, its deep foliage that quakes in the slightest breeze and its golden-yellow fall foliage color. Growth habit of 20-50’ tall x 10-30’ wide. Zone 1-6

Prunus cerasifera ‘Cripoizam’ PP19564 (Crimson Pointe™ Flowering Plum)

An excellent choice for a formal, tall, privacy screen, this variety fits nicely into any landscape with its upright narrow habit. Pinkish-white blooms appear in spring before purplish-red leaves emerge and last all season. Requires some pruning to keep tightly branched. Growth habit of 25-30’ tall x 8-10’ wide. Zone 4-7

Prunus cerasifera ‘Krauter Vesuvius’ (Purple-Leaf Flowering Plum)

Striking dark-purple leaves make a statement in nearly any landscape and are the perfect foil to predominantly light-green foliage. Little to no fruit production makes this an excellent candidate for patios, sidewalk, or median locations. Growth habit of 18-20’ tall x 12-15’ wide. Zone 4-9

Prunus cerasifera ‘Myrobalan’ (Cherry Plum or Myrobalan Plum)

Masses of pure-white flowers smother the branches in early March before the leaves appear and these are followed in autumn by tasty red or yellow, spherical cherry-plums on mature plants. Growth habit of 20’ tall x 20’ wide. Zone 5-8

Prunus cerasifera ‘Thundercloud’ (Thundercloud Cherry Plum)

A purple-leaved cultivar that typically grows as a dense, upright-spreading tree. It has become a very popular ornamental landscape tree in large part because its showy purple foliage retains excellent color throughout the growing season. Growth habit of 15-25’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 5-8

Prunus incisa ‘Carlton LT‘ (Little Twist® Cherry)

Slow growing tree, great for small spaces. Unique zig-zag shoots and stems with tight clusters of white flowers with pink centers. Fall color is burgundy. Growth habit of 6’ tall x 5’ wide. Zone 5

Prunus emarginata (Bitter Cherry or Oregon Cherry)

This deciduous, thicket forming shrub or small tree has a slender crown, upright branches and reddish-brown or grayish-bronze bark. Growth habit of 45’ tall x 25’ wide. Zone 4-8

Prunus ‘Okame’ (Taiwan Cherry)

A small deciduous tree with an upright, rounded crown, it has alternate, simple leaves that turn bronzy-red to bright-orange to red in the fall. Its polished reddish-brown bark has prominent rosy-pink flowers with red calyces and reddish flower stalks. Growth habit of 15-25’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 6-8

Prunus persica ‘Redhaven’ (Redhaven Peach)

An attractive accent tree, with dark-pink buds that open to fragrant pink flowers in early spring. Foliage turns bright-gold in fall. Growth habit of 20-25’ tall x 20-25’ wide. Zone 5-8

Prunus sargentii ‘Columnaris’ (Sargent Cherry)

A graceful ornamental flowering cherry tree with a dense, broad-rounded crown. It is most noted for its profuse spring bloom, attractive summer foliage, fall color and shiny reddish-brown bark. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 4-7

Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’ (Kwanzan Flowering Cherry)

A lovely specimen tree that puts on an incredible early season show with clusters of large, double deep pink blooms backed by bronze-red new growth. An upright, vase-shaped branching habit perfect for lining a road or a driveway. Growth habit of 20-25’ tall x 15-20’ wide, or more. Zone 4-8

Prunus serrulata ‘Mount Fuji’ (Mount Fuji Japanese Flowering Cherry)

This vigorous tree puts on a spectacular show of delicate pink buds opening to immaculate white flowers that hang in pendant clusters in spring. The new growth is pale-green changing to mid-green for summer and with the onset of autumn the color changes to a lovely, yellow, bronzy-red and orange. Growth habit of 20’ tall x 25’ wide. Zone 5-7

Prunus serrulate ‘Royal Burgundy’ (Royal Burgundy Ornamental Cherry)

Magenta double flowers appear just before the burgundy foliage emerges on this highly ornamental tree. Vigorous and vase-shaped, it is a fine specimen plant or accent. Growth habit of 20’ tall x 15’ wide. Zone 5-8

Prunus ‘Sofozam’ (Snow Fountains™ or Weeping Higan Cherry)

A slow-growing, weeping, ornamental cherry that is sold in a variety of forms. Its cascading branches dip all the way to the ground, giving the appearance of a white or snow fountain when covered with pure-white flowers in early spring. Growth habit of 8-15’ tall x 6-8’ wide. Zone 5-8

Prunus virginiana ‘Schubert’ (Chokecherry)

A small deciduous tree with an irregular, oval-rounded crown. Fragrant, white flowers loom in mid-spring and give way to clusters of globular, pea-sized berries that ripen to dark-purple/black in August. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 2-7

Prunus x ‘Extrazam’ (Weeping Extraordinaire™ Double Flowering Cherry)

Shiny, copper colored, spring foliage turns a glossy deep green in summer and takes on a rich-burgundy tone in the fall. Wonderful as a specimen, or in pairs along paths to frame formal entry ways. Growth habit of 15-20’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 5-8

Prunus x ‘Wepinzam’ (Weeping Pink Infusion™ Flowering Cherry)

An improved, weeping hybrid that flowers in spring with a mass of blushing, pearly-pink double blossoms. The attractive mint-green leaves have a highly polished look all summer before turning burnt-gold in the fall. Growth habit of 25’ tall x 20-25’ wide. Zone 4-9

Prunus x yedonsis (Yoshino Cherry)

A graceful ornamental flowering cherry tree with a spreading, broad-rounded, open crown. Fragrant white flowers appear before or simultaneous to the emergence of the foliage in a profuse and spectacular early spring bloom. Growth habit of 30-40’ tall x 30-40’ wide. Zone 5-8

Pyrus calleryana ‘Aristocrat’ (Aristocrat® Flowering Pear)

Vigorous and upright with a dominant central trunk excellent for lining streets or drives or as a specimen for smaller spaces. Small white flowers are followed by dark-green leaves that become a reddish-purple in the fall. Growth habit of 36’ tall x 16’ wide. Zone 4-8

Pyrus calleryana ‘Cleveland Select’ (Cleveland Select Flowering Pear)

A distinctive columnar form makes this a great choice for street or yard planting. Gleaming white blooms in spring. With a purplish red-orange color in the fall. Growth habit of 40’ tall x 15-20’ wide. Zone 5-8

Pyrus calleryana ‘Glen’s Form’ (Chanticleer® Flowering Pear)

A fine, upright, pyramidal form which grows much narrower than Bradford Pear and produces a heavy abundance of white flowers in the spring. Its fall color is a beautiful reddish-purple making this ornamental a striking addition to any landscape. Growth habit of 30’ tall x 15’ wide. Zone 5-9

Pyrus ‘NCPX1’ PP26539 (Javelin® Pear)

The tightest and most columnar pear on the market. Unique foliage leafs out purple and matures to bronze-green in the heat of summer. This pear is a great addition as a landscape point or use on narrow streets. Growth habit of 35’ tall x 10’ wide. Zone 5

Quercus macrocarpa ‘JFS-KW3’ PP22815 (Urban Pinnacle® Bur Oak)

Narrow and upright with a strong central leader, this cultivar also features attractive glossy foliage. The acorns are extremely small for a bur oak, making it a more suitable tree for landscape and street use. Growth habit of 55’ tall x 25’ wide. Zone 3

Quercus robur f. fastigiata (English Oak)

A narrow-upright, columnar fastigiate form featuring dense, upright branching that rises at a sharp and narrow angle from the trunk. Leaves remain green throughout the growing season with little fall color. Growth habit of 40-70’ tall x 10-20’ wide, rounded crown. Zone 5-8

Quercus x warei ‘Long’ (Regal Prince™ Oak)

This hybrid is noted for its narrow, cylindrical upright habit with fastigiate branching and glossy dark-green foliage. Dark-green leaves turn a yellow-brown color in the fall. Growth habit of 40-60’ tall x 20-25’ wide. Zone 4-9

Styphnolobium japonica (Japanese Pagoda Tree)

A medium large deciduous tree with a broad rounded crown. It is generally cultivated for its attractive compound foliage and fragrant late summer flowers. Flowers fall to the ground around the tree after bloom, covering the ground with a blanket of white. Growth habit 50-75’ tall x 50-75’ wide. Zone 4-8

Sorbus aucuparia ‘Michred’ (Cardinal Royal® Mountain Ash)

An upright, oval tree with dark-green, pinnately compound foliage in spring with a bronze color in fall. The white flowers are followed by clusters of red berries. Growth habit of 35’ tall x 20’ wide. Zone 3-7

Styrax japonicus (Japanese Snowbell)

A compact, deciduous flowering tree with horizontal branching and a rounded crown. It is noted for its pendulous clusters of bell-shaped, mildly fragrant, waxy white flowers. Flowers give way to greenish-brown, olive-shaped drupes that often persist into late autumn. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 20-30’ wide. Zone 5-9

Styrax japonicus ‘Spring Showers’ (Spring Showers Japanese Snowbell)

This cultivar is a candidate for a focal point in a garden and is most noted for its delicate white bell-shaped flowers, especially when viewed from below. Growth habit of 20-30’ tall x 20-30’ wide. Zone 5-8

Syrax japonicus ‘JLWeeping’ (Marley’s Pink® Japanese Snowbell)

A dainty, weeping, small tree, featuring lovely pink bell-shaped flowers hanging from gracefully weeping branches in early spring. Growth habit of 8’ tall x 4’ wide. Zone 4

Tilia Americana ‘American Sentry’ (American Sentry Linden)

A large tree with deep-green leaves that form a uniform, upright, oval crown. Spicy scented, yellow flowers appear in July. The bark is smooth and distinctively gray when young. Growth habit of 50’ tall x 25’ wide. Zone 3-8

Tilia Americana ‘Redmond’ (Redmond American Linden)

With a wide forming pyramidal shape with upright branches and shiny leaves, this cultivar is quite drought-tolerant. It may also be known as Tilia x euchlora ‘Redmond’. Growth habit of 65-75’ tall x 30-45’ wide. Zone 2-8

Tilia cordata 'Greenspire' (Little Leaf Linden)

This tree has a faster growth rate than the species and a dense pyramidal to oval crown which casts deep shade. The leaves are smaller than the species adding a delicate touch to the tree. From a distance the tree almost resembles a narrow version of the Bradford Callery Pear. Growth habit of 50-75’ tall x 35-50’ wide. Zone 3-7

Tilia tomentosa (Silver Linden or White European Linden)

Noted for its attractive foliage, which is glossy green above and silvery-white below, the foliage flutters in the slightest breeze, showcasing the silver and green leaf colors. This is a medium to large deciduous tree with upright branching and a broad-columnar habit. Growth habit of 50-70’ tall x 30-50’ wide. Zone 4-7

Ulmus glabra ‘Camperdownii’ (Scotch Elm or Camperdown Elm)

A small, top-grafted, landscape tree with a round dome of contorted branches that weep to the ground. Growth habit of 15-25’ tall x 20-30’ wide. Zone 4-6