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  • 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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