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  • Magnolia Grandiflora "Royal Star" - "Royal Star" Magnolia

    "Royal Star" Magnoliz Magnolia grandiflora "Royal Star" Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf small flowering tree Habit: Upright, oval and pyramidal Mature Size: 20’-25’ tall; 10’-15’ wide Growth Rate: Slow Zones: 7-9 Foliage: Large glossy dark green with rusty undersides; evergreen; showy white blooms emerge early spring Requirements: Adapts to most soil types, even wet locations; sun Landscape Characteristics: Excellent specimen tree. Great for espalier. Group plantings for hedges. Perfect for small yards, residential, commercial and coastal landscapes.
  • Ilex X "Mary Nell" - "Mary Nell" Holly

    "Mary Nell" Holly Illex x "Mary Nell" Plant Type: Evergreen large shrub/tree Habit: Very dense, upright, pyramidal Mature Size: 15' tall; 8' wide Growth Rate: Slow Zones: 6b-9 Foliage: Spiny oval leaves, emerge light green; mature to glossy green year-round Requirements: Acidic, well drained, moist soil; full sun Landscape Characteristics: A very dense, upright, pyramidal holly; some drought resistance once established. Works well as a hedge or screening for privacy. Brilliant red fruit in winter attracts wildlife. Benefits from sheltered location away from urban air pollution.
  • Zelkova Serrata "Village Green" - Village Green Zelkova

    Village Green Zelkova Zelkova serrata "Village Green" Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf medium tree Habit: Upright; tall branching structure; spreading crown Mature Size: 45’ tall; 15’ wide Growth Rate: Fast Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Deep green; rusty red in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Extra hardy tree good for tight spaces; excellent used as street tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Tolerates heat, compacted soil, urban pollutants and drought, once established.
  • Zelkova Serrata "Musashino" - Musashino Columnar Zelkova

    Musashino Columnar Zelkova Zelkova serrata "Musashino" Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf medium tree Habit: Upright; columnar; narrow vase shape Mature Size: 45’ tall; 15’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Medium green, bright yellow in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Extra hardy narrow tree good for tight spaces; excellent used as street tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Tolerates heat, urban pollutants and drought, once established.
  • Vitus Agnus-Castus - Blue Chaste Tree

    Blue Chaste Tree Vitus agnus-castus Plant Type: Tree, Shrub Habit: Can be trained to grow as a small single truck tree, or a large shrub Mature Size: 8’-10’ tall; 8’-10’ wide Growth Rate: Fast Zones: 6-8 Foliage: Long, elliptical, gray-green palmately compound leaves; fragrant blue-purple flowers Requirements: Prefers moist, well-drained soil; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Container, massing and mixed border. Attracts birds and butterflies. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Resistant to deer and is moderately salt tolerant. Tolerates urban pollution, coastal conditions, drought and poor soil conditions.
  • 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.
  • Ulmus Parvifolia - Lacebark "Dynasty" Elm

    Chinese Lacebark "Dynasty" Elm Ulmus parvifolia Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf medium tree Habit: Upright; rounded vase shape; pendulous branches; irregular outline Mature Size: 20’-30’’ tall; 20’-30’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate to fast Zones: 5b-10a Foliage: Medium green, oval serrated leaves; yellow to yellow-brown in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Large shade tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Moderately drought and salt tolerant.
  • Ulmus Parvifolia "Everclear" BSNUPF - Everclear Lacebark Elm

    Everclear Lacebark Elm Ulmus parvifolia "Everclear" BSNUPF Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf large tree Habit: Upright; tight & narrow; grows taller than wide Mature Size: 40’ tall; 25’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Small, tough, dark green; yellow to yellow-brown in fall Requirements: Adapts to most soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Large shade tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Excellent street tree. Exfoliating patchwork of colored bark. Tough urban tree; tolerates heat, drought, salt spray and urban pollutants.
  • Ulmus Parvifolia "Emer II Allee" - Allee Elm

    Allee Elm Ulmus parvifolia "Emer II Allee" Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf large tree Habit: Upright; straight trunk; rounded canopy with arching branches Mature Size: 60’-70’ tall; 35’-55’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate to fast Zones: 4-9 Foliage: Bright green, ovate leaves with serrate margins; bright yellow in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Large native American shade tree. Residential and commercial. Excellent choice for lawn, shade or street tree. Excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease, elm leaf beetles and Japanese beetles. Tolerates urban pollutants.
  • Ulmus Americana "Princeton" - Princeton Elm

    Princeton Elm Ulmus americana "Princeton" Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf large tree Habit: Upright; straight trunk; vase shape Mature Size: 50’-75’ tall; 30’-50’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 3-9 Foliage: Dark green, ovate leaves; yellow in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Large native American shade tree. Residential and commercial. Excellent choice for lawn, shade or street tree. Excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease. Tolerates urban pollutants.
  • Tilia Cordata "Greenspire" - Greenspire Linden

    Greenspire Linden Tilia cordata "Greenspire" Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf large tree Habit: Upright; dense, uniform crown, pyramidal outline Mature Size: 30’-40’ tall; 25’-30’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate to fast Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Small, heart shaped, dark green leaves; yellow in fall Flower: Tiny, yellow, fragrant flowers bloom in early summer Requirements: Adapts to most soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Reliable large shade tree. Perfect for open, windy locations. Adaptable to difficult locations. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Tolerates urban pollutants.
  • Thuja Occidentalis "Smaragd" - Emerald Green Arborvitae

    Emerald Green Arborvitae Thuja occidentalis "Smaragd" Plant Type: Evergreen conifer, large shrub/small tree Habit: Upright; narrow, conical Mature Size: 15’ tall; 3’-4’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Rich, emerald green; evergreen Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Large evergreen shrub; screening, hedge, Large evergreen shrub, specimen, garden border backdrop; privacy screen and windbreak; Residential, commercial, and woodland landscapes.
  • Styrax Japonicus - Japanese Snowbell

    Japanese Snowbell Styrax japonicus Plant Type: Deciduous, flowering, small tree Habit: Compact; horizontal branching; rounded crown Mature Size: 20’-30’ tall; 15’-20’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Ovate, glossy, medium to deep green leaves; yellow to red in fall Flower: Pendulous clusters of white, bell-shaped, fragrant flowers bloom May to June Requirements: Well drained, acidic, moist soil; full sun to part shade Landscape Characteristics: Lawn specimen, woodland gardens, shrub borders. Container tree. Excellent choice near patios or in mixed beds. Moderate drought and salt tolerance.
  • Salix Pebdulina Blanda - Wisconsin Weeping Willow

    Wisconsin Weeping Willow Salix pendulina blanda Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf, medium to large tree Habit: Arching, weeping Mature Size: 30’-40’ tall; 30’-40’ wide Growth Rate: Fast Zones: 4-7 Foliage: Cascading branches of narrow leaves; yellow in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun to part shade Landscape Characteristics: Large shade tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Tolerates wet locations and urban pollutants.
  • Quercus Virginiana - Live Oak

    Live Oak Quercus virginiana Plant Type: Evergreen broadleaf, long lived, large tree Habit: Short trunk; spreading, open crown Mature Size: 40’-75’ tall; 25’-50’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 8-10 Foliage: Medium green, narrow leaves; yellow to brown in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Coastal, large plantation tree. Large shade tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Rain garden selection. Tolerates wet locations. Salt tolerant.
  • Quercus Shumardii - Shumard Oak

    Shumard Oak Quercus shumardii Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf large tree Habit: Upright; narrow, pyramidal crown, rounded when mature Mature Size: 55’-80’ tall; 50’-60’ wide Growth Rate: Fast Zones: 5b-9 Foliage: Shiny dark green, ovate, narrow leaves; leathery evergreen Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun, tolerates part shade Landscape Characteristics: Large shade tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Excellent choice for parking lots, parks, streets and medians. Tolerates wet locations and urban pollutants.
  • Quercus Rubra - Red Oak

    Red Oak Quercus rubra Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf large tree Habit: Upright; round, dense, symmetrical crown Mature Size: 60’-7’ tall; 50’-60’ wide Growth Rate: Fast Zones: 5-8a Foliage: Medium green, toothed, lobed leaves; yellow to yellow-brown in fall Requirements: Acidic, moist, fertile soil; full sun, tolerates light shade Landscape Characteristics: Large shade tree; Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Excellent choice for parking lots, parks, streets and medians. Tolerates drought and urban pollutants.
  • Quercus Phellos - Willow Oak

    Willow Oak Quercus phellos Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf, large tree Habit: Upright; pyramidal becomes rounded when mature Mature Size: 40’-75’ tall; 25’-50’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Medium green, narrow leaves; yellow to brown in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil; light shade to full sun Landscape Characteristics: Large shade tree. Residential and commercial landscapes. Excellent choice for parking lots, parks, streets and medians. Tolerates wet locations and urban pollutants.
  • Quercus Nuttalli - Nuttall Oak

    Nuttall Oak Quercus nuttalli Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf, large tree Habit: Upright; straight trunk; pyramidal Mature Size: 60’-80’ tall; 35’-50’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 6b-8 Foliage: Dark green leaves; orange, red and scarlet in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Large native American shade tree; Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Works well for parking lot buffers. Tolerates wet locations and urban pollutants.
  • Quercus Lyrata - Overcup Oak

    Overcup Oak Quercus lyrata Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf medium to large tree Habit: Upright; short trunk, rounded crown Mature Size: 45’-60’ tall; 40'-60’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Dark green leaves; blooms March to April with yellow catkins (male) / red spikes (female) Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Medium to large shade tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Tolerates clay soil and wet locations.
  • Quercus Hemispheric - Laurel Oak

    Laurel Oak Quercus Hemisphaerica Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf medium to large tree Habit: Upright; short trunk, rounded crown Mature Size: 45’-60’ tall; 45’ wide Growth Rate: Moderate Zones: 6-10 Foliage: Dark green leaves Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Medium to large shade tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Tolerates wet locations.
  • Quercus Cathedral - Cathedral Live Oak

    Cathedral Live Oak Quercus Cathedral Plant Type: Evergreen broadleaf medium tree Habit: Upright; straight trunk; full, dense rounded crown Mature Size: 28′-35’ tall; 18′-20’ wide Growth Rate: Slow Zones: 8-11 Foliage: Dark green leaves Requirements: Adapts to most soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Slow growing medium shade tree. Smaller cultivar of Live Oak tree. Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Tolerates dry soil and drought.
  • Quercus Bicolor - Swamp White Oak

    Swamp White Oak Quercus bicolor Plant Type: Deciduous broadleaf medium to large tree Habit: Upright; short trunk; rounded crown Mature Size: 50’-60’ tall; 50’-60’ wide Growth Rate: Slow Zones: 3-8 Foliage: Shiny, dark green leaves with silvery underside; yellow to browned in fall Requirements: Adapts to most moist soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Medium to large shade tree; Residential, commercial and coastal landscapes. Tolerates wet locations.
  • Pyrus Calleryana "Cleveland Select" - Cleveland Select Flowering Pear

    Cleveland Select Flowering Pear Pyrus calleryana "Cleveland Select" Plant Type: Deciduous flowering small tree Habit: Upright; columnar shape Mature Size: 40’ tall; 15’-20’ wide Growth Rate: Slow to Moderate Zones: 5-9 Foliage: Narrow, oval, glossy, dark green in summer; purplish, red-orange in fall Flower: Profuse showy white flowers bloom in spring Requirements: Adapts to most soil types; full sun Landscape Characteristics: Small deciduous early spring flowering tree. Narrow habit is perfect for small yards and street medians. Nice when planted in rows. Residential, street tree and commercial landscapes.

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