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  • Acer Palmatum – Japanese Maple

    Japanese Maple Acer palmatum Plant Type: Deciduous, broadleaf, small tree Habit: Spreading branches; rounded, low, layered look Mature Size: 15’-25′ tall; 10’-25′ wide Growth Rate: Slow-Moderate Zones: 5-8 Foliage: New growth green/yellow; medium green in summer; bronze to red-purple in fall Requirements: Slightly acidic, well-drained soil; Sun-light shade Landscape Characteristics: Small specimen or shade tree, parking lot buffer, works well in group plantings and difficult sites with space limitations. Adaptable to urban sites. Air pollution tolerant. Drought tolerant once established. Low salt tolerance.
  • Cercis canadensis "Covey" - Lavender Twist Weeping Redbud

    Lavender Twist Weeping Redbud Cercis canadensis "Covey" Plant Type: Deciduous, broadleaf, weeping, small spring flowering tree Habit: Weeping branches archto create an umbrella shape Mature Size: 20’-25’ tall; 15’-20’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 5-8 Foliage: Heart shaped leaves start scarlet-purple; turn bronze-green; yellow-brown in fall Flower: Showy, abundant, reddish purple buds opens to rosy pink-purple blooms in March-April; full sun for best blooms Requirements: Well drained, moist soil, part to full sun Landscape Characteristics: Small spring flowering tree, great in flower beds, residential lawns or paired with other landscape plants. Not suited to wet, flooded soil or street medians. Moderately tolerant of drought and low tolerance to salt.
  • Chionanthus virginicus – White Fringe Tree Single Stem

    White Fringe Tree Single Stem Chionanthus virginicus Plant Type: Deciduous, broadleaf, small flowering native tree Habit: Upright, open Mature Size: 8’-15’ tall; 6’-10’ wide Growth Rate: Slow Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Elliptical, medium green leaves; yellow-brown in fall Flower: Clouds of fleecy, fragrant, white flowers bloom in spring Requirements: Well drained, moist soil; full sun promotes flowering Landscape Characteristics: Nice paired with other landscape plants. Named the "Best Native Tree Nobody Grows" by Southern Living. Adapts to most soil ph conditions. Small spring statement tree. Moderately tolerant of drought and low tolerance to salt.
  • Ulmus Americana "Valley Forge" - American "Valley Forge" Elm

    America "Valley Forge" Elm Ulmus americana "Valley Forge" Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf large tree Habit: Vase shaped; sweeping, symmetrical branches Mature Size: 60’-70’ tall; 50’-60’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Medium green, narrow leaves; yellow in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Large shade tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Shade tree, street tree, rain garden. Excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease. Tolerates urban pollution, coastal conditions, drought and poor soil conditions.
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