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    Item Descriptions & Crop Photos View Photo Galleries A "Bird's Eye" View ALTHEA APHRODITE Zone 5. Height 5-8'. Upright branching. Produces single dark pink blooms with dark red centers June to September. HIBISCUS syriacus 'Aphrodite' Click Here For Pictures ALTHEA BLUSHING BRIDE Zone 5-9. Height 10'. Large double flowers with a lovely pink blush are held on upright slender branches with toothy green leaves. HIBISCUS syriacus 'Blushing Bride' Click Here For Pictures ALTHEA MINERVA Zone 5. Height 5-8'. Upright branching. Produces single lavender blooms with a dark red eye. HIBISCUS syriacus 'Minerva' Click Here For Pictures ALTHEA PURPLE PILLAR® Zone 5. Height 12-16'. Narrow columnar plant with vibrant purple and red semi-double flowers that bloom all summer long. Hibiscus syriacus 'Gandini Santiago' USPP 25,568 Click Here For Pictures ALTHEA WHITE PILLAR Zone 5. Height 10'. Naturally grows with a narrow, upright, and columnar habit. Pure white, smi-double blooms in the summer through fall on new wood. Decidiuous. HIBISCUS syriacus 'White Pillar' Click Here For Pictures ARBORVITAE EMERALD GREEN Zone 3. Height 10-15'. Dark green thick foliage that quickly fills in to create a solid living wall. Adaptable and versatile. THUJA occidentalis 'Smaragd' Click Here For Pictures ARBORVITAE GREEN GIANT Zone 4. Height 30-40'. Rapid growing evergreen with thick, lush, uniform shape and height. Deer resistant. Great for home privacy. THUJA x 'Green Giant' Click Here For Pictures ARBORVITAE SPRING GROVE® Zone 5-7. Height 20-30'. Tall evergreen with a tight pyramidal habit. Heat and drought tolorant. Deer resistant. Superior winter color and hardiness. Maintains a dark green glossy color. THUJA plicata 'Grovepli' Click Here For Pictures BEECH AMERICAN Zone 3-9. Height 60'. Ideal shade tree. Long branches provide a dense shade canopy. Dark green leaves that turn bright bronze in fall. Smooth blue-gray bark is strong and damage resistant. FAGUS grandifolia Click Here For Pictures BIRCH CITY SLICKER® Zone 5-9. Height 35'. White-barked. Glossy dark green foliage through the growing season and then turns golden yellow. Shows increased tolerance of heat and drought. BETULA nigra 'Whit XXV' PP16573 Click Here For Pictures BIRCH FOX VALLEY® Zone 4-10. Height 8-10'. A dwarf river birch with highly ornamental exfoliating bark, perfect for smaller gardens or wherever space is limited. Excellent pest and disease resistance, and heat tolerance. BETULA nigra 'Little King' Click Here For Pictures BIRCH JACQUEMONTII Zone 2. Height 50-70'. Brightest white bark of any birch. Open-branched, pyramidal form with toothy, tapered dark green foliage that turns bright yellow in the fall. BETULA utilis Click Here For Pictures BLACKGUM RED SPLYNDOR™ Zone 4-9. Height 30'. Pyramidal growth habit with strong central leader, fast growth rate, very dark green glossy foliage in Summer and red leaves in Fall. NYSSA sylvatica 'NSMTF' Click Here For Pictures BLACKGUM WILDFIRE Zone 3. Height 50'. Bright red new foliage that turns rich dark green then a brilliant scarlet in the fall. Red-tinged branches in the winter. NYSSA sylvatica 'Wildfire' Click Here For Pictures BURNING BUSH DWARF BURNING BUSH Zone 3. Height 15-20'. Compact, mounded form shrub with erect branches and corky bark. Rich green leaves spring thourgh summer turning an intense scarlet red in the fall. EUONYMUS alatus 'Compactus' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY AKEBONO 'YOSHINO' Zone 5. Height 25'. Produces masses of fragrant, pink to white flowers on a spreading, arching crown. Glossy, dark green leaves turn bright yellow in fall. PRUNUS x yedoensis 'Akebono' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY CANADA RED Zone 2. Height 20-30'. Early green leaves that turn maroon. Fragrant, white flowers in spring and purplish red fruit in summer. PRUNUS virginiana 'Canada Red' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY HIGAN'S WEEPING Zone 5-8. Height 20-30'. Large magenta buds open to soft pink flowers in spring. New bronze leaves appear as the blooms fade and mature to green. PRUNUS subhirtella 'Pendula' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY OKAME Zone 5. Height 30-40'. Upright, oval silhouette. Dark green foliage that turns yellow, orange, and red in the fall. Single pink blooms with red calyces in late winter/early spring. PRUNUS x 'Okame' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY ROYAL BURGUNDY Zone 5-8. Height 20'. Elegant early Spring pink blossoms with brilliant burgundy colored leaves. PRUNUS serrulata 'Royal Burgundy' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY SNOW FOUNTAINS™ -MAHOGANY BARK Zone 5. Height 12'. Snow Fountains cherry grafted onto a Tibetan cherry trunk giving it a stunning mahogany-red bark. PRUNUS x 'Snofozam' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY SNOWGOOSE Zone 5. Height 12'. Upright habit when young that becomes wider with age. Bright green foliage emerges after early pure white flowers in spring. Orange fall color. PRUNUS x 'Snowgoose' Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE CARDINAL Zone 4. Height 15-20'. Densely-branched, broad-spreading shape with glossy purple foliage and deep pink blooms in the spring. MALUS 'Cardinal' Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE EMERALD SPIRE® Zone 2. Height 15'. Small ornamental tree with a narrow columnar form, very dense branching, fragrant, purple-red flowers in spring that produces a moderate crop of small, red-orange, astringent fruit. MALUS x adstringens 'Jefgreen' PP #23,863 Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE PERFECT PURPLE Zone 4. Height 15-20'. Deep pink blooms set the spring stage for dark purple foliage that crowns the perfectly rounded canopy of this attractive tree. MALUS 'Perfect Purple' Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE PROFUSION Zone 4. Height 15-20'. Rounded shape with oval leaves that emerge reddish-purple when young, turning bronze green then amber in fall. Deep red buds open to abundant pink blossoms. MALUS 'Profusion' Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE RED JEWEL® Zone 4-7. Height 12-15'. Upright open tree decked with plump pink buds, followed by snow-white flowers in spring. Sparkling cherry-red fruits adorn it in early September and remain impressive into very late winter. MALUS 'Red Jewel' Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE ROYAL RAINDROPS® Zone 4. Height 20'. Magenta-pink blooms. Deep purple cut leaf foliage. Tiny red fruits. Orange-red fall foliage color. Strong branch angles and upright growth habit. MALUS 'JFS-KW5' PP# 14375 Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE SPRING SNOW Zone 4-8. Height 20-25'. Non-fruiting sterile crabapple. Single, fragrant, white flowers bloom in spring. MALUS 'Spring Snow' Click Here For Pictures CRAPEMYRTLE CENTER STAGE® Zone 7-9. Height 6-12'. Upright mounding habit shrub likes to be in the garden spotlight. The nearly black foliage has strong branching, and excellent disease resistance, and is adorned with large clusters of cherry red flowers throughout the summer. LAGERSTROEMIA 'SMNLICBF' PPAF Click Here For Pictures CRAPEMYRTLE NATCHEZ Zone 6. Height 25-30'. Pure white flowers June through September. Exfoliating bark. Glossy green leaves turn orange and red in fall then peel to a shiny light gray. LAGERSTROEMIA x ‘Natchez’ Click Here For Pictures CRYPTOMERIA RADICANS Zone 5. Height 50'. Feathery soft upright pyramidal evergreen. Blue-green foliage retains color without bronzing in winter. Fast growing and adaptable. CRYPTOMERIA japonica 'Radicans' Click Here For Pictures CYPRESS FALLING WATERS Zone 4. Height 15'. Long lived, slow-growing tree featuring branches that arch with soft, feathery foliage that turns cinnamon brown during the fall before losing all its needle leaves in winter. TAXODIUM distichum 'Falling Waters' Click Here For Pictures CYPRESS SHAWNEE BRAVE™ Zone 4. Height 50-75'. Pyramidal conifer. Deciduous. Soft, feathery, yellowish-green foliage turns to an attractive orange-cinnamon in the fall. Flared or fluted trunks and rot resistant wood. TAXODIUM distichum 'Shawnee Brave' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD APPALACHIAN SNOW Zone 5a. Height 20'. Prolific spring bloomer with large, stiff, rounded white bracts. Upright with layered branches; full; rounded form and red fall color. CORNUS florida 'Jean's Appalachian Snow' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD AURORA Zone 5. Height 18'. Deciduous. Disease and borer resistant. Each flower cluster is surrounded by four showy, petal-like white brackets, opening flat, giving the illusion of a single large bloom that nearly covers the foliage in Spring. CORNUS x 'Rutban' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD CELESTIAL® Zone 5. Height 20-30'. Striking deep blue-green glossy foliage. White June flowers and red fall fruit. Dense growth habit. CORNUS x Rutdan 'Celestial' PP# 7204 Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD CHEROKEE CHIEF Zone 5. Height 20-30'. Showy, star-like flowers in early spring. Leaves turn brilliant fall red, studded with snowy scarlet berries. CORNUS florida 'Cherokee Chief' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD CLOUD 9 Zone 5. Height 20-25'. One of the most prolific white blooming florida dogwoods. Small stature that could be described as semi-dwarf. CORNUS florida 'Cloud 9' PP# 2112 Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD CORNELIAN CHERRY Zone 4-8. Height 15-20'. Deciduous shrub or small tree with scaly, exfoliating bark developing on mature trunks. Yellow flowers on short stalks bloom in early spring before the leaves emerge in dense, showy, rounded clusters. CORNUS mas Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD KOUSA Zone 4. Height 20-30'. White flowers bloom after leaves. Dark green foliage turns reddish-purple or scarlet in fall. Pinkish-red fruit resembles a raspberry. CORNUS kousa chinensis Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD LITTLE PRINCESS Zone 5-8. Height 10-15'. Dwarf form. Very heavy bloomer with multiple blooms crowding each other on the branch ends. Large, thick, and rich dark green leaves. Upright and oval shaped. CORNUS florida 'Little Princess' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD RAGIN' RED Zone 5-8. Height 25-30'. Deep red blooms emerge before leaves. The color show continues with the emergence of the deep red leaves that turn burgundy green as summer progresses. A great, and truly different new cultivar. CORNUS florida 'Ragin Red' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD RED ROVER® Zone 4-8. Height 4-5'. This shrub form dogwood with clean green foliage contrasts nicely with white flowers in summer, and autumn brings deep purple foliage which gradually changes to luminous red. Blue fall fruit adds to its appeal. CORNUS obliqua Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD SAMARITAN® Zone 4-8. Height 25'. The creamy white and green variegated leaves turn brilliant shades of pink before dropping in the fall. Large white flowers with pointed petals produce bright strawberry-like fruits. CORNUS kousa ssp. 'Samzam' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD SPRING GROVE® Zone 4-9. Height 20'. White flowering dogwood tree showing better than usual cold and heat tolerance as well as bearing abundant multiple terminal floral bracts. CORNUS florida 'Grovflor' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD STELLAR PINK® VARIEGATED Zone 4. Height 20-30'.This striking variegated form of Stellar Pink dogwood has Green and white variegated foliage that turns pink and red in fall. Small tree with soft pink, star-shaped flowers in spring. CORNUS x Rutgan 'Stellar Pink' PP# 7207 Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD VENUS® Zone 6a. Height 20-30'. Rapid growing hybrid with huge white flowers in early spring. Broad spreading form at maturity. Disease resistant. CORNUS x kousa 'KN30-8' PP# 16309 Click Here For Pictures ELM ALLEE Zone 6. Height 40-50'. Rich green summer foliage which changes to yellow. Puzzle-like pattern of gray tan and orange exfoliating bark. Upright and arching growth habit. ULMUS parvifolia ‘Emer II’ Click Here For Pictures ELM LACEBARK Zone 5-9. Height 60-80'. Deciduous. Small to medium in size with a slender trunk and crown. Small broad leaves. Small, inconspicuous flowers appear in early autumn. Cinnamon colored exfoliating bark. Vase shaped. ULMUS parvifolia Jacq. Click Here For Pictures ELM PRINCETON Zone 2. Height 60-70'. High level of tolerance to Dutch elm disease. Upright habit. Foliage is green in summer, turning yellow in fall. ULMUS americana 'Princeton' Click Here For Pictures FRINGETREE AM WHITE Zone 4-9. Height 20-25'. Deciduous. Large shrub or small tree with upright branches that form a dome shape. Fragrant showy clusters of fringe-like blooms appear in spring amidst soft green leaves. CHIONANTHUS virginicus Click Here For Pictures GINKGO AUTUMN GOLD Zone 4-9. Height 35-50'. Fruitless male strain. Unique fan-shaped green foliage turns brilliant golden yellow in fall. Symmetrical branching. Upright. Deciduous. GINKGO biloba 'Autumn Gold' Click Here For Pictures GINKGO PRINCETON SENTRY® Zone 3-8. Height 40-50'. Fruitless. Distinctive two-lobed, somewhat leathery, fan-shaped, rich green leaves with diverging (almost parallel) veins. Leaves turn bright yellow in fall. GINKGO biloba 'Princeton Sentry' Click Here For Pictures GINKGO biloba Zone 3. Height 50-80'. Distinctive two-lobed, somewhat leathery, bright green, fan-shaped leaves. Leaves turn golden yellow in the fall. Dioecious. GINKGO biloba 'Blagon' PPAF Click Here For Pictures HACKBERRY ULTRA™ Zone 2-9. Height 40-60'. Deciduous tree with a more or less rounded form. Green foliage throughout the season. The pointy leaves turn buttery yellow in fall. CELTIS occidentalis 'Ulzam' Click Here For Pictures HEPTACODIUM TEMPLE OF BLOOMS® SSF Zone 5-9. Height 6-10'. The not quite insignificant white blooms give way in late summer to the opening of the brilliant red sepals that are what the show is all about. Gorgeous exfoliating bark for summer and fall interest, and Man!, what a plant. HEPTACODIUM miconioides Click Here For Pictures HOLLY NELLIE R. STEVENS Zone 6. Height 20-30'. Lustrous dark green leaves. Abundant fruit production. Vigorous and fast-growing. Broad pyramidal shaped evergreen. Male required for berry production. ILEX x 'Nellie R. Stevens' Click Here For Pictures HOLLY SATYR HILL Zone 5. Height 30-40'. Female. Vigorous grower with compact upright pyramidal habit. Red berries appear in late October. ILEX opaca 'Satyr Hill' Click Here For Pictures HORNBEAM AMERICAN Zone 3b. Height 20-30'. Slow growing, wide-spreading tree with a flat-topped crown. Globular form. Smooth gray trunk. Yellow, orange, and red fall color. CARPINUS caroliniana Click Here For Pictures HORNBEAM PYRAMIDAL Zone 5. Height 30-40'. Densely branched, columnar tree aging to a broad cone shape with fluted gray bark. Crisp dark green foliage during summer and brilliant yellow in the fall. CARPINUS betulus 'Fastigiata' Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA ES® BLOOMSTRUCK Zone 4-8. Height 3-4'. Wide mop-head type flower head that are a deep rose to violet blue, depending on soil. Re-blooming. Red-purple stems and dark green leaves. HYDRANGEA macrophylla 'P11HM-11' Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA FIRELIGHT TIDBIT® Zone 3-8. Height 2-3'. A dwarf hydrangea with a low, mounded habit. The late-season blooms emerge a bright lime green, transition to white, and quickly take on hues of dragon fruit pink. HYDRANGEA paniculata 'SMNHPK' Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA LET'S DANCE® BLUE JANGLES® Zone 5-9. Height 2-3'. Big-leaf hydrangea that blooms on both old and new wood, with a tight, compact habit that is unusual among reblooming hydrangeas. HYDRANGEA macrophylla 'SMHMTAU' Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA LIMELIGHT® Zone 3. Height 6-8'. Bright chartreuse 6-12" blooms in mid- summer hold color right into autumn when they fade to a deep rich pink. HYDRANGEA paniculata 'Limelight' PP# 12874 Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA LITTLE QUICK FIRE® Zone 3. Height 3-5'. Hardy dwarf. Early bloomer. White summer flowers turn pink-red as summer progresses. Drought tolerant. HYDRANGEA paniculata �SMHPLQF� PP# 25136 Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA QUICK FIRE FAB™ Zone 3-8. Height 6-8'. Large, football-sized and shaped blooms with densely packed cruciform flowers of a creamy green color. Soon after, watermelon hues appear at the base of the bloom and work their way up towards the tip. HYDRANGEA paniculata �SMNHPM� Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA SNOW QUEEN Zone 5. Height 6'. Dark green oak leaf shaped foliage. Large dense clusters of white flowers turn rose-pink in fall and leaves turn deep red-bronze. Exfoliating bark in winter. HYDRANGEA quercifolia �Flemygea� Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA VANILLA STRAWBERRY™ Zone 4. Height 6-7'. Blooms emerge creamy white in mid- summer, changing to pink and finally strawberry-red. Red coloration lasts 3-4 weeks. HYDRANGEA paniculata 'Renhy' PP# 20670 Click Here For Pictures JUNIPER BURKII CEDAR Zone 3. Height 15-25’. Male cultivar. Bluish-green color. Dense pyramidal habit. Tolerant of poor soils and drought. JUNIPERUS virginiana ‘Burkii’ Click Here For Pictures JUNIPER HETZ COLUMNARIS Zone 4 Height 15’. Upright pyramidal form. Bright green foliage on dense tight branches. JUNIPERUS chinensis ‘Hetzii Columnaris’ Click Here For Pictures JUNIPER SPARTAN Zone 4. Height 20’. A fast, dense grower of tall pyramidal or columnar habit. Rich green color. Tolerates heat, cold, and drought. JUNIPERUS chinensis ‘Spartan’ Click Here For Pictures JUNIPER TAYLOR Zone 3. Height 30’. Semi-soft blue-green foliage. Narrow columnar form. Excellent for use as an accent or privacy screen. JUNIPERUS virginiana ‘Taylor’ Click Here For Pictures LILAC SCENTARA PURA® Zone 2-8. Height 4-6'. Well-branched, semi-dwarf, compact habit and heavy bloom each spring. The flower buds emerge a mulberry-violet and open to clear jacaranda purple. SYRINGA x hyacinthflora PP# 31119 Click Here For Pictures LINDEN GREENSPIRE® Zone 3. Height 40-50'. Strong spire-like shape throughout its life. Fragrant yellow flowers in early summer with heart shaped leaves. Dark green foliage turns gold in the fall. TILIA cordata 'Greenspire' PP# 2086 Click Here For Pictures LINDEN STERLING SILVER Zone 5. Height 50-70'. Drought tolerant. Clusters of creamy yellow fragrant flowers in early summer. Deep green foliage with silvery undersides. Green and yellow fall color. TILIA tomentosa Click Here For Pictures LOCUST SHADEMASTER® Zone 4. Height 70'. Thornless, vase-shaped to oval outline. Upright branching with pinnately compound leaflets that are light and airy. GLEDITSIA triacanthos inermis Click Here For Pictures LOCUST SUNBURST® Zone 4. Height 30-50'. Foliage is bright yellow on branch tips and contrasts nicely with green interior. Color holds well throughout summer in cooler climates. GLEDITSIA triacanthos inermis 'Suncole+D130' Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA ASHEI Zone 6. Height 10-20'. Huge light green leaves resembling the banana plant. Large white flowers with purple marking in the centers in early summer. Small tree. MAGNOLIA macrophylla subsp. ashei Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA BRACKEN'S BROWN BEAUTY Zone 6. Height 40'. Large white blooms are 5-6" across. Relatively compact and dense form. One of the most cold-hardy cultivars. MAGNOLIA grandiflora 'Bracken's Brown Beauty' PP# 5520 Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA JANE Zone 4. Height 10-15'. Reddish purple buds open to a more white inner bloom. Tulip shaped, lightly fragrant blooms. Rounded shape; dark green leaves with a leathery appearance. MAGNOLIA 'Jane' Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA MOONGLOW Zone 5. Height 15'-35'. Spreading. Lemony fragrance. Large petaled, creamy white, waxy flowers appear mid-spring. Oblong shiny green foliage is silvery beneath. MAGNOLIA virginiana 'Jim Wilson' Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA SWEET BAY Zone 5. Height 10-20'. Spreading, rounded crowned tree or shorter and open multi-stem shrub. Cup shaped, lemon-scented creamy white yet waxy flowers in mid-spring through summer. MAGNOLIA virginiana Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA YELLOWBIRD Zone 5-9. Height 40'. Deciduous. Upright, conical to pyramidal. Large goblet shaped canary yellow flowers bloom in spring as the new foliage emerges. Fall color is yellow-brown. MAGNOLIA acuminata 'Yellow Bird' Click Here For Pictures MAPLE ARMSTRONG Zone 9. Height 50-60'. Silver-grey bark. Columnar; vigorous and tolerates heat. Red flowers and fruits emerge in spring. Red, orange, or yellow fall color lasting several weeks. ACER rubrum 'Armstrong' Click Here For Pictures MAPLE AUTUMN BLAZE® Zone 3. Height 40-50'. Hardy rapid grower. Dense rounded head. Rich green leaves. Excellent long-lasting orange-red fall color. ACER x freemanii 'Autumn Blaze' PP# 4864 Click Here For Pictures MAPLE BRANDYWINE Zone 4. Height 40'. Brilliant red-purple autumn color later than October Glory. Seedless. Symmetrical oval form. Moderate to fast growth rate. ACER rubrum 'Brandywine' Click Here For Pictures MAPLE CELEBRATION® Zone 4. Height 45'. Upright uniform fast grower maintains strong crotch angles. Seedless. Brilliant red-orange long lasting fall color. ACER x freemanii ‘Celzam’ Click Here For Pictures MAPLE CRIMSON SUNSET ® Zone 4. Height 35’. Upright oval shape. Deep purple foliage turns maroon to reddish bronze in fall. This tree’s heat tolerance exceeds most purple-leafed plants. ACER truncatum x platanoides �JFS-KW202�� PP# 21838�� Click Here For Pictures MAPLE HEDGE Zone 4-7. Height 35'. Broad-rounded tree that is useful as a specimen or, in groups, as a hedge. The leaves turn greenish yellow in fall. Bark is dark gray to gray-black and is lightly ridged and furrowed. Leaves are dark green and lobed. ACER campestre Click Here For Pictures MAPLE OCTOBER GLORY® Zone 3. Height 40-50'. Glossy foliage turns bright orange to crimson in the fall. Retains leaves later than most cultivars. Fast growing. ACER x rubrum 'October Glory' PP# 2116 Click Here For Pictures MAPLE RED SUNSET ® Zone 4. Height 45'. Forms a lovely pyramidal to rounded outline. Excellent orange to red fall color. ACER rubrum ‘Franksred’ Click Here For Pictures MAPLE SUGAR Zone 3. Height 60-75'. Dense rounded crown. Deciduous. Gold, bright yellow, and orange fall foliage. ACER saccharum Click Here For Pictures MAPLE TRIDENT Zone 4. Height 25-35'. Distinctive dark green, 3-lobbed leaves that turn yellow, orange, and red in fall. Small yellowish-green flowers; rounded shape. ACER buergerianum Click Here For Pictures NINEBARK DIABOLO® Zone 3. Height 8-10'. Upright, spreading, and somewhat coarse habit. Burgundy leaves and white button-like blooms in summer. Exfoliating bark. PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius 'Diabolo' Click Here For Pictures OAK CHINKAPIN Zone 4. Height 40-50’. Dark yellowish green leaves in summer turn to yellow, orangish brown, or brown in fall. QUERCUS muehlenbergii Click Here For Pictures OAK GREEN PILLAR® Zone 4. Height 60-70'. Ascending, upper branches; horizontal middle branches and descending lower branches. Medium sized. Deciduous. Broad pyramidal crown. Columnar habit. QUERCUS palustris 'Pringreen' PP# 9093 Click Here For Pictures OAK KINDRED SPIRIT® Zone 4. Height 30'. Hybrid of Upright English Oak and Swamp White Oak. Tight columnar habit. Mildew and drought resistant. QUERCUS Q. x warei 'Nadler' PP# 17607 Click Here For Pictures OAK NUTTALL Zone 5. Height 40-60'. One of the great southern red oaks. Brilliant red leaves often emerge in spring turning to a dark green accentuating the smooth dark grey/brown bark. QUERCUS nuttallii Click Here For Pictures OAK PIN Zone 4. Height 40-60'. Stately, pyramidal. Broad flat shiny leaves; pinnately lobed; bristle tips, horizontal branches. QUERCUS palustris Click Here For Pictures OAK SAWTOOTH 'GOBBLER' Zone 5. Height 40-60’. Produces early and abundant acorns. Dark green summer foliage turns yellow to golden brown in fall. QUERCUS acutissima ‘Gobbler’ Click Here For Pictures OAK SHUMARDI Zone 5. Height 60-70'. Pyramidal in youth but spreads with age. Shiny dark green leaves. That turn a brownish red color in fall. QUERCUS shumardii Click Here For Pictures OAK WHITE (alba) Zone 3b. Height 50-80'. Pyramidal when young, upright- rounded to broad-rounded with wide-spreading branches at maturity. Grayish and pinkish new leaves change to dark green in summer. Long-lasting fall color varies from brown to red to wine. QUERCUS alba Click Here For Pictures PARROTIA PERSIANSPIRE ™ Zone 5. Height 25’. Columnar to upright oval shape. New foliage emerges purple and matures to a fine-textured green with purple margins. Orange, red, yellow, and burgundy fall color is long-lasting. PARROTIA persica ‘JLColumnar’ PP# 24951 Click Here For Pictures PEACH BONANZA Zone 5. Height 5-6’. True genetic dwarf. Medium to large fruits are yellow with a red blush. Very large lush green leaves. PRUNUS persica ‘Bonanza’ Click Here For Pictures PEACH ROYAL PENDANT A Botanico introduction named by Jon Flanders. Zone 5. Height 15-18�.�A ornamental/fruiting peach displaying dark purple leaves on pendulous branches. Very prolific bloomer with profuse bright red flowers. PRUNUS persica pendula �Atropurpurea� Click Here For Pictures PEAR CHASTITY® Zone 5. Height 35'. A triploid hybrid that is very ornamental and highly infertile. Specifically bred to prevent seedling proliferation. PYRUS x triploida 'NCPX2' P.A.F. Click Here For Pictures PERSIMMON HARDY PERSIMMON Zone 4. Height 35-60'. Dark green leaves turn yellow-green to reddish purple in fall. Edible fruit ripens after frost in late fall and attracts wildlife. DIOSPYROS virginiana Click Here For Pictures PLUM KRAUTER VESUVIUS (KV) Zone 5. Height 30'. Serrate, ovate to elliptic leaves. Light pink flowers in spring. Dense, upright, rounded habit with dark purple foliage. PRUNUS cerasifera 'Krauter Vesuvius' Click Here For Pictures REDBUD ACE OF HEARTS Zone 5. Height 9-12'. Clusters of reddish-purple, pea-like flowers bloom March to April. Semi-glossy, heart-shaped leaves on zig-zag stems. CERCIS canadensis 'Ace of Hearts' Click Here For Pictures REDBUD APPALACHIAN RED Zone 4. Height 20-30'. Clusters of tiny fusia pink to red, pea-like flowers bloom in early spring. Green heart shaped foliage matures to a dull, dark blue- green in the summer and then yellow in the fall. CERCIS canadensis 'Appalachian Red' Click Here For Pictures REDBUD EASTERN Zone 4. Height 20-30'. Rounded crown. Rose-purple flowers bloom on bare branches in early spring. Broadly ovate to nearly orbicular dull green/blue-green leaves have a papery texture. Leaves turn pale yellow in the fall. CERCIS canadensis Click Here For Pictures REDBUD FLAME THROWER® Zone 5-9. Height 15-20'. Pink flowers that are followed by unique foliage, emerging burgundy-red, followed by bright yellow and green as it ages. Color display is persistent throughout the season. CERCIS canadensis 'NC2016-2' Click Here For Pictures REDBUD GOLDEN FALLS® Zone 5-9. Height 8-10'. Uniform golden foliage weeping redbud. In Spring, new growth is tinged with orange followed by bright gold leaves that hold up well in the sun and heat. CERCIS canadensis 'NC2015-12' Click Here For Pictures REDBUD MERLOT Zone 6. Height 18'. Compact form with tight, dense, semi-upright habit. Glossier deep purple leaves are more heat resistant than Forest Pansy. CERCIS canadensis 'Merlot' Click Here For Pictures REDBUD PRETTY & PINK Zone 5b. Height 20'. Deciduous. Rounded Crown. Pea-like true clear pink flowers bloom heavily in spring on bare branches. Dark green to blue green leaves have a papery texture and turn pale yellow to greenish-yellow in the fall. CERCIS canadensis ‘Pretty & Pink’ Click Here For Pictures REDBUD RUBY FALLS Zone 6. Height 6-8'. Compact, weeping, purple leaf redbud with glossy, heart-shaped leaves following lavender red blooms. Tremendous specimen plant. CERCIS canadensis 'Ruby Falls' PPAF Click Here For Pictures REDWOOD DAWN Zone 5. Height 70-100'. Fast growing, fine & feathering leaves that are bright green in color and opposite in arrangement. Pyramidal shape. METASEQUOIA glyptostroboides Click Here For Pictures SERVICEBERRY AUTUMN BRILLIANCE® Zone 4. Height 20-25'. Flowers bloom in April and are followed by edible fruit that ripens in June. The leaves have a bronze tint in spring, dark green from late spring through summer then to red and orange-red in the fall. AMELANCHIER x grandiflora 'Autumn Brilliance' PP# 5717 Click Here For Pictures SERVICEBERRY LAMARCKII Zone 4. Height 15-20'. Young stems/leaves are silky haired. Slightly fragrant white flowers bloom in drooping clusters in early spring. Edible fruit ripen in June. Leaves are bronze-purple in spring, dark green in summer, and red-orange in fall. AMELANCHIER lamarckii Click Here For Pictures SERVICEBERRY SHADBLOW Zone 4. Height 26’. Ash gray with dark stripes when young, and rough, with long furrows when older. Reddish-brown in the winter and produce reddish-purple leaf buds. AMELANCHIER canadensis Click Here For Pictures SMOKETREE ROYAL PURPLE Zone 5. Height 10-15. Deep purple foliage with large billowing summer blooms that have a puffy cloud-like or �smoky� appearance. COTINUS coggygria 'Royal Purple' Click Here For Pictures SOURWOOD species Zone 5. Height 25-30'. Waxy, mid-summer flowers are highly fragrant and bloom on slender, droopy one-sided terminal panicles. Straight slender trunk and oblong crown. Mature trees have gray bark that is ridged and scaly. Crimson red fall colors. OXYDENDRON arboreum Click Here For Pictures STYRAX EVENING LIGHT Zone 5. Height 6'. Dark purple foliage on white exfoliating bark makes this small tree breathtaking. Blooms are dangly, white, fragrant, and bell shaped and they appear on maroon stems in the Spring. STYRAX japonicus 'Evening Light' PP# 24168 Click Here For Pictures SWEET GUM BURGUNDY FLUSH Zone 5-9. Height 40-60'. Features beautiful deep, red long-lasting fall color and a wonderfully bold, upright character. LIQUIDAMBAR styraciflua 'Burgundy Flush' Click Here For Pictures SWEET GUM MORAINE Zone 5. Height 70'. Tall, shapely shade tree with interestingly shaped leaves that turn brilliant red and purple in fall; somewhat particular about growing conditions, hardier than the species. LIQUIDAMBAR styraciflua 'Moraine' Click Here For Pictures SWEET GUM SLENDER SILHOUETTE Zone 6. Height 50'. Fastigate. Narrow, columnar habit. Deciduous. Dark green, star shaped foliage turns yellow to deep red in the fall. Furrowed bark with maturity. Inconspicuous white flowers in spring. LIQUIDAMBAR styraciflua 'Slender Silhouette' Click Here For Pictures SYCAMORE AMERICAN Zone 4-9. Height 70-100 ft. Tolerant of air pollution. Symmetrical canopy. Peeling white bark. 1 inch spiky balls appear in the winter. PLATANUS occidentalis Click Here For Pictures TULIP TREE ARNOLD Zone 5. Height 25-50’. Fastigiate, upright grower. Fast growth rate. Well-suited for narrow spaces. Attractive golden-yellow fall color. LIRIODENDRON tulipfera �Arnold� Click Here For Pictures TULIP TREE species Zone 4. Height 70-90'. Large, stately, deciduous tree with cup shaped tulip-like flowers in the spring. The blooms are yellow with an orange band at the base of each petal. Flowers appear after leaves are fully developed. LIRIODENDRON tulipfera Click Here For Pictures VIBURNUM JUDDI Zone 4-8. Height 6-8'. Wonderfully fragrant white blooms in spring and a full rounded form make this shrub a standout in the landscape. Large, rounded blooms are followed by highly ornamental berries. Deciduous. VIBURNUM x 'Juddii' Click Here For Pictures WILLOW BABYLONICA WEEPING Zone 6. Height 30-40'. Medium to large deciduous tree with a stout trunk and broad-rounded crown of flowing branches that weep down and sweep the ground. Gray-black bark. Flowering catkins appear in April-May. SALIX babylonica Click Here For Pictures WITCHHAZEL JELENA Zone 5-8. Height 15-20'. Rich coppery-orange flowers on this unusual shrub add blazing color to the winter landscape. Dense clusters of flowers with wavy, strap-like petals blanket the bare branches of the dramatic, spreading form. HAMAMELIS x intermedia 'Jelena' Click Here For Pictures YELLOWWOOD PERKINS PINK Zone 4-8. Height 30-50'. Upright branching with a rounded-broad crown. Fragrant white flowers in spring, autumn seed pods and yellow fall color. CLADRASTIS kentuckea 'Perkins Pink' Click Here For Pictures ZELKOVA MUSASHINO Zone 5. Height 45’. Very narrow upright vase shape. Medium green foliage turns yellow to yellow-orange in fall. Ideal for use as a street tree. ZELKOVA serrata ‘Mushashino’ Click Here For Pictures ALTHEA ARDENS Zone 5. Height 8-12'. Medium sized, upright and slender, well branched shrub. Large, showy, double rose-purple colored blooms. Lush green foliage. Blooms all summer. HIBISCUS syriacus 'Ardens' Click Here For Pictures ALTHEA LUCY Zone 5. Height 8-12'. Green foliage that turns yellow-green in the fall. Bright red double flowers midsummer until hard frost. HIBISCUS syriacus 'Lucy' Click Here For Pictures ALTHEA MORNING STAR Zone 5. Height 8-12'. Bold, double, white trumpet-shaped flowers with dark red throats appear from mid summer to early fall. Upright habit with forest green lobed leaves. HIBISCUS syriacus 'Morning Star' Click Here For Pictures ALTHEA RED HEART Zone 5a. Height 5-8'. Upright branching. Luscious large white single blooms have a red eye. Blooms late summer through the fall. HIBISCUS syriacus 'Red Heart' Click Here For Pictures ARBORVITAE DARK GREEN Zone 3-8. Height 20'. Evergreen. Narrow and pyramidal. Dense, emerald green foliage that holds its color thorughout winter. THUJA occidentalis 'Nigra' Click Here For Pictures ARBORVITAE FOREVER GOLDY® Zone 5-8. Height 15-20'. Hardy. Drought resistant. Naturally tinged with light yellow hue in the summer and gold in the winter. Upright, pyramidal stature. THUJA occidentalis 'forever goldy' Click Here For Pictures ARBORVITAE HIGHLIGHTS™ Zone 5. Height 8'. Tight, upright pyramidal form that becomes conical with age. Intense yellow-gold foliage. Holds its bright color year-round, even through winter. THUJA occidentalis 'Janed Gold' Click Here For Pictures ARBORVITAE WINTERGREEN Zone 3-7. Height 25'. Narrow, upright, and columnar habit. Fast growing evergreen that is adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions. Holds it dark green color year-round. Deer resistant. THUJA 'Wintergreen' Click Here For Pictures BEECH PURPLE Zone 4-7. Height 5-12'. Shrubby, purple-leaved form with a mushroom shape. It has no central leader. Leaves with prominent parallel veins emerge purple but slowly change to purple-green by summer. Foliage turns golden bronze in fall. FAGUS sylvatica purpurea Click Here For Pictures BIRCH DURA-HEAT Zone 4. Height 40-70'. Heat tolerant. Salmon-pink to reddish brown bark exfoliates to a lighter inner bark. Its medium to dark green leaves are leathery and diamond-shaped. BETULA nigra 'BNMTF' Click Here For Pictures BIRCH HERITAGE® Zone 4. Height 40-70'. Fast growing, narrow, pyramidal to oval crown. Scaly, beige or creamy white bark. Large triangular shiny leaves. BETULA nigra 'Cully' PP# 4409 Click Here For Pictures BLACKGUM GREEN GABLE™ Zone 4. Height 50'. Dark green leaves in the summer that turn brilliant red fall color. Upright, pyramidal, 'gable'-shaped habit. NYSSA sylvatica PP# 22951 Click Here For Pictures BLACKGUM TUPELO TOWER™ Zone 4-9. Height 30-40'. Columnar habit. Hardier than other cultivars. Green foilage turns brilliant shades of gold, amber, and scarlet in Autumn. NYSSA sylvatica 'WFH1' Click Here For Pictures BLACKGUM species Zone 3. Height 30-50'. Slow growing, medium sized deciduous tree. Small greenish-white flowers appear in spring on long stalks. Slightly toothed dark green leaves. NYSSA sylvatica Click Here For Pictures CATALPA NORTHERN Zone 4. Height 65'. Giant heart shaped leaves and bean-like seed pods that dangle. This tree has a twisiting trunk and branches. Showy, white, trumpet-shaped, blooms. CATALPA speciosa Click Here For Pictures CHERRY AUTUMNALIS Zone 4. height 20-25'. Medium sized deciduous tree. Non-fragrant pale pink to white flowers in spring. Ovate to lanceolate green leaves. PRUNUS subhirtella 'Autumnalis' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY DOUBLE SUBHIRTELLA Zone 5. Height 20-40'. The original grafted weeping cherry. Large magenta buds open to double pink blooms. Bronze leaves appear after blooms then mature to green. PRUNUS subhirtella 'Pendula Flora Plena' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY KWANZAN Zone 5. Height 30-40'. Clusters of large, deep pink double blooms show early in the season. These clusters are backed with a bronze-red new growth. PRUNUS serrulata 'Kwanzan' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY PINK wpg Zone 4. Height 20-30'. Single pink flowers late April to early May. Foliage emerges reddish, becoming shiny dark green in summer, then bronze or red in fall with gracefully weeping branches reaching the ground. PRUNUS x 'Pisnshzam' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY SNOW FOUNTAINS™ Zone 5. Height 12'. A small, compact tree, with foliage that is alternate and dark green and turns gorgeous hues of gold and orange in the fall with beautiful white blossoms on gracefully weeping branches. PRUNUS x 'Snofozam' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY SNOW FOUNTAINS™ SERPENTINE Zone 5. Height 12'. True dwarf cherry with snow- white flowers on weeping branches that have been gently trained to create a serpentine �S�. PRUNUS x 'Snofozam' Click Here For Pictures CHERRY YOSHINO Zone 5. Height 40-50'. Spreading, broad-rounded, open crown. Fragrant white to pale pink flower clusters appear just before the foliage in early spring. PRUNUS x yedoensis Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE CORALBURST® Zone 4. Height 10-15'. Compact, slow growing tree. Forms dense, symmetrically rounded crown with deep green foliage. Coral pink buds open to semi double rose-pink flowers. MALUS 'Coralburst' PP# 2983 Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE LOLLIPOP® Zone 4. Height 10'. Dwarf crabapple with clusters of fragrant pale pink to white blossoms appear in the spring. Dark green foliage throughout the season turns yellow in the fall. MALUS 'Lollipop' Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE PRAIRIFIRE Zone 4. Height 20'. Upright form that become rounded with age. Reddish new foliage matures to dark green and dark purplish red flowers in spring. MALUS 'Prairifire' Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE PURPLE PRINCE Zone 4-8. Height 18-20'. Small rounded tree with upward spreading branches. In spring, it has ovate purple-bronze leaves that gradually turn green in summer and then golden in fall. MALUS 'Purple Prince' Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE ROBINSON Zone 4. Height 25'. Round in shape. Crimson buds open to deep pink flowers in spring. Purple oval leaves turn bronze green with red veining then an orange color in fall. MALUS 'Robinson' Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE SHOW TIME™ Zone 3-7. Height 15-20'. Heavy blooming, with large bright fuchsia-pink flowers that are striking in springtime. Dark green foliage has a red overlay. MALUS 'Shotizam' Click Here For Pictures CRABAPPLE SUGARTYME® Zone 4. Height 16-18'. Upright, oval, and deciduous. Pale pink buds open to fragrant sugary-white blossoms in spring followed by masses of small, glossy, red crabapples. MALUS 'Sutyzam' PP# 7062 Click Here For Pictures CRAPEMYRTLE COLORAMA™ SCARLET Zone 6. Height 15-20'. Colorful masses of scarlet-red flowers come to life on gorgeous deep green foliage from summer through fall. Vigorous, self-branching habit. LAGERSTROEMIA x 'JM1' PPAF Click Here For Pictures CRYPTOMERIA GLOBOSA NANA Zone 5-7. Height 4-8'. Natural, dense, globe shaped, dwarf evergreen. Finely textured green foliage turns a rusty red color in the winter. CRYTOMERIA Japonica 'Globosa Nana' Click Here For Pictures CYPRESS BALD CYPRESS Zone 4. Height 50-70'. Shade tree with spreading canopy. Hardy and cone bearing. New needles yearly that turn a russet-red color in the fall. TAXODIUM distichum Click Here For Pictures CYPRESS RISE-N-FALL A Botanico introduction discovered by Jon Flanders. Zone 5. Height 15'. A weeping pond Cypress with ascending needles and descending branches. TAXODIUM ascendens Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD AMAZING GRACE Zone 5-8. Height 12-20'. Beautiful dwarf kousa with clean leaves and blush pink blooms. A nice contrast to the stark white blooms of Little Poncho. CORNUS kousa 'Amazing Grace' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD APPALACHIAN SPRING Zone 5. Height 20-30'. Prolific bloomer with abundant red berries. Superior anthracnose resistance. Apple green leaves turn bright red in fall. CORNUS florida 'Appalachian Spring' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD CELESTIAL SHADOW Zone 5. Height 8-9'. Provides an explosion of color with large white blossoms and yellow and green variegated leaves that turn pink and fuchsia in the fall. CORNUS x 'Celestial Shadow' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD CHEROKEE BRAVE Zone 5. Height 30'. Small deciduous tree with low branching, broadly-pyramidal habit. Deep red blooms in early spring followed by leaves emerging bright red then turning burgundy red in summer and fall. CORNUS florida 'Cherokee Brave' PP# 10166 Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD CHEROKEE PRINCESS Zone 5. Height 25-30'. Small deciduous tree with low branching, broadly-pyramidal with large snow white flowers. CORNUS florida 'Cherokee Princess' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD CONSTELLATION Zone 6. Height 25'. Highly disease resistant. Rutgers hybrid. Uniformly wide branching habit. Large white bracts don�t overlap. CORNUS x Rutcan Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD GREENSLEEVES Zone 5. Height 30'. Fast grower with dark green leaves, symmetrical branching and profuse white blooms. Excellent red fall color. CORNUS kousa 'Greensleeves' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD LITTLE PONCHO A Botanico introduction discovered by Bob Flanders. Zone 5. Height 8-10'. Compact, true dwarf. Dark green foliage, white blooms; heavy late spring/early summer bloomer. CORNUS kousa 'Little Poncho' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD PINK FLOWERING Zone 5. Height 20-30'. Vibrant pink blooms in spring. Fast growing with dark egg-shaped, sharp tipped leaves that turn reddish-purple in the fall. CORNUS florida rubra Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD RED PYGMY® Zone 5-9. Height 3-7'. Rare dwarf red flowering dogwood that is ideal for use in a small garden space. CORNUS florida 'Red Pygmy' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD ROSY TEACUPS® Zone 6-8. Height 15-20'. Rose pink blooms in Spring. Disease and drought resistant. CORNUS kousa x CORNUS nutallii 'KN30-8' PP# 26,211 Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD SCARLET FIRE® Zone 5-8. Height 20-25'. A truly great pink blooming kousa dogwood. Large pink to fuchsia bracts in summer nestled in deep green foliage. Drought and heat tolerant. CORNUS kousa 'Rutpink' Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD STELLAR PINK® Zone 4. Height 20-30'. One of the Rutgers stellar series, this small tree has medium green leaves followed in spring by blush pink to pink blooms. Has proven winter and drought hardiness. CORNUS x Rutgan 'Stellar Pink' PP# 7207 Click Here For Pictures DOGWOOD SUPER PRINCESS Zone 5. Height 25-30'. Cherokee Princess variety with slightly larger blooms. Slightly darker green leaves and faster growing. CORNUS florida 'Super Princess' Click Here For Pictures ELM ACCOLADE™ Zone 4-9. Height 50-60'. Vigorous, large-maturing hybrid with the classic, vase-shaped habit of the American elm. ULMUS 'Morton' Click Here For Pictures ELM FRONTIER Zone 4. Height 70'. High level of tolerance to Dutch elm disease. Umbrella-shaped crown. Green in summer, yellow in fall. Adaptable to a wide variety of soil conditions. ULMUS ‘Frontier’ Click Here For Pictures ELM NEW HARMONY Zone 4. Height 70'. Features the classic vase shape of the American elm along with a high level of disease tolerance. Vigorous growing and slightly narrower than Valley Forge. ULMUS americana 'New Harmony' Click Here For Pictures FIG CHICAGO HARDY Zone 6-10. Height 10-15'. Purportedly hardy fruiting fig. Large, palmate, hairy leaves are rough and dark green. The fruit ripens in late summer or fall on new wood. fiscus carica 'Chicago Hardy' Click Here For Pictures FRINGETREE CHINESE Zone 5a. Height 25'. Small tree with profuse white flowers and dark green, polished foliage. CHIONANTHUS retusus Click Here For Pictures GINKGO GOLDEN GLOBE Zone 3-7. Height 40-60'. Fruitless. Round, dense branching. Full crowns when young that mature into broad rounded heads. Foliage turns golden yellow in the fall. GINKGO biloba 'Golden Globe' Click Here For Pictures GINKGO SHANGRI-LA Zone 3-8. Height 40-55'. Fruitless. Large, deciduous that features distinctive two-lobed, somewhat leathery, fan-shaped, rich green leaves with diverging (almost parallel) veins. Leaves turn bright yellow in fall. GINKGO biloba 'Shangri-La' Click Here For Pictures HACKBERRY COMMON Zone 3. Height 40-60'. Large and deciduous spearhead shaped leaves. Small teeth along the upper half of each leaf. Broad crown with arching branches. Often erratic in shape. CELTIS laevigata Click Here For Pictures HAWTHORN WINTER KING Zone 4. Height 20-25'. Silver frame with brilliant red fruit that persists into winter and clusters of white blooms in summer. CRATAEGUS viridis 'Winter King' Click Here For Pictures HOLLY GEM BOX® Zone 5-9. Height 24-36". Dwarf, broadleaf evergreen. Dense, ball-shaped plant with small dainty, dark green leaves that have attractive red tips during spring flush. ILEX glabra 'SMNIGAB17' Click Here For Pictures HOLLY OAKLAND™ Zone 7. Height 20-30'. Lustrous dark green leaves. Abundant fruit production. Vigorous and fast-growing. Broad pyramidal shaped evergreen. Male required for berry production. ILEX hybrid ‘Magland’ PP# 14417 Click Here For Pictures HOLLY SKY PENCIL Zone 5. Height 10'. Slender, densely branched form. Strongly fastigiated, pencil-thin growth habit. Lustrous dark evergreen leaves. ILEX crenata 'Sky Pencil' Click Here For Pictures HORNBEAM FRANS FONTAINE Zone 4-8. Height 35’. Sleek columnar, narrow upright form. Rich green summer foliage turns gold- yellow in autumn. Slow to moderate grower. CARPINUS betulus ‘Frans Fontaine’ Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA BOBO™ Zone 4. Height 3'. Controlled growth. Blooms mid-summer to early fall, growing increasingly larger and fuller as they mature. White conical flower- heads with bright green foliage. HYDRANGEA paniculata 'ILVOBO' PP# 22782 Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA ES® SUMMER CRUSH™ Zone 4-9. Height 18-36". Mop-head, compact, upright, rounded shape with a profusion of big raspberry red or neon purple blooms. HYDRANGEA macrophylla 'Bailmacfive' PPAF Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA FIRELIGHT® Zone 3. Height 54-72". Creamy- white huge, full flower heads that age to a vivid red in the summer. Strong, sturdy stems. HYDRANGEA paniculata 'SMHPFL' Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA LIMELIGHT PRIME™ Zone 3-8. Height 4-6'. An improved, more refined �Limelight�, with darker leaves, stronger stems, a more compact habit, and upright growth. The blooms emerge a vivid lime-green and transition into a bubblegum pink and then a deep punch pink. HYDRANGEA paniculata �SMNHPPH� Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA LITTLE LIME® Zone 4. Height 3-5'. Petite as a shrub. In the summer, large, tightly packed lime green blossoms emerge and age to a vintage pink with cool weather. HYDRANGEA paniculata 'Little Lime' PPAF Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA PINKY WINKY Zone 3-9. Height 6-8'. Large panicles open white in mid-to-late summer, turning to pink as the season progresses, for a two-toned effect. This hardy selection blooms every year. HYDRANGEA paniculata 'DVP Pinky' PP# 16166 Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA QUICK FIRE® Zone 3-9. Height 6-8'. Flowers open pure white then turn pink, and will be an extremely dark rosy-pink in the fall. HYDRANGEA paniculata 'Bulk' PP# 16812 Click Here For Pictures HYDRANGEA TUFF STUFF™ Zone 5. Height 2-3'. Lace cap blooms. Bloom colors vary, from dark pink, dark red, magenta, multicolor, and rose. Hardy re-blooming. HYDRANGEA serrata 'MAK20' PPAF Click Here For Pictures JUNIPER BLUE POINT Zone 4 Height 12’. Blue-green foliage on a densely branched broad pyramidal form. Requires very little pruning. JUNIPERUS chinensis ‘Blue Point’ Click Here For Pictures JUNIPER EASTERN RED CEDAR Zone 2. Height 25-30'. Evergreen. Aromatic, reddish wood that gives off a cedar scent. Deep green thick foliage. Pyramidal in shape. Fast growing and heat tolerant. JUNIPERUS virginiana Click Here For Pictures JUNIPER IRISH Zone 2-7. Height 5-15'. Large, pillar-shaped evergreen shrub with dense and compact erect branches that bear short, prickly, pale green needles. JUNIPERUS communis 'Hibernica' Click Here For Pictures JUNIPER STAR POWER ™ Zone 3. Height 17’. Bluish-green star-like juvenile foliage. Fast-growing and durable. Excellent for use as a privacy screen. JUNIPERUS x ‘J.N. Select Blue’ Click Here For Pictures LILAC IVORY SILK Zone 4-7. Height 20-25'. Small tree or large shrub that forms a rounded crown. Rich Green Foliage emerges on a reddish-brown bark. Fragrant creamy-white flowers bloom in spring through summer. SYRINGA reticulata 'Ivory Silk' Click Here For Pictures LINDEN AMERICAN SENTRY Zone 3-8. Height 40-45'. Subtle clusters of fragrant buttery yellow flowers with tan bracts hanging below the branches in early summer, dark green foliage throughout the season. The large heart-shaped leaves turn an outstanding gold in the fall. TILIA americana 'McKSentry' Click Here For Pictures LINDEN REDMOND Zone 4. Height 75'. Medium to large deciduous tree. Ovate rounded crown. Fragrant pale yellow flowers in late spring. Pyramidal in shape with upright branching and shiny leaves. TILIA americana Click Here For Pictures LOCUST IMPERIAL® Zone 4. Height 30-35'. Thornless. Bright green fern-like foliage. Rounded spreading crown. White flowers in late spring are followed by seedpods that mature in late summer. GLEDITSIA triacanthos inermis 'Imperial' Click Here For Pictures LOCUST SKYLINE® Zone 4. Height 40-45'. Compact. Pyramidal. Thornless. Green leaves turn golden yellow in fall. White flowers in late spring are followed by seedpods that mature in late summer. GLEDITSIA triacanthos inermis 'Skycole' Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA ANN Zone 4. Height 8-10'. Deciduous shrub with irregular habit. Huge, fuchsia, goblet shaped blossoms open to fragrant reddish purple flowers in spring and summer. MAGNOLIA 'Ann' Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA BETTY Zone 4-8. Height 15'. Shrubby habit. Large reddish-purple flowers with white interiors and late bloom (mid-April to early May). Deciduous. Shrub or small tree. Large cup-shaped flowers bloom shortly before the foliage begins to appear. MAGNOLIA 'Betty' Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA GALAXY Zone 5. Height 35'. Moderate grower. Blooms with a profusion of large, reddish-purple flowers late in the season. Bright green foliage. Deciduous. MAGNOLIA x 'Galaxy' Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA LOIS Zone 5-9. Height 30'. Deciduous hybrid that produces pale yellow, cup-shaped flowers in mid-spring. MAGNOLIA x acuminata 'Lois' Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA ROYAL STAR Zone 4. Height 15-20'. Rounded, true dwarf. Blooms in early spring with fragrant white star blooms that have narrow strap-like tepals. MAGNOLIA stellata 'Royal Star' Click Here For Pictures MAGNOLIA TEDDY BEAR Zone 7. Height 20'. Compact. Dense upright grower with shiny, deep green wavy leaves with a heavy reddish-brown underside. Large fragrant white blooms. MAGNOLIA grandiflora 'Southern Charm' PP #13049 Click Here For Pictures MAPLE AMUR FLAME Zone 2. Height 15-25'. Small tree or large shrub. Unlobed, broad-ovate, medium green leaves that turn fiery red in fall. Fragrant greenish-white flowers bloom in the spring. ACER ginnala 'Flame' Click Here For Pictures MAPLE ARMSTRONG GOLD ® Zone 4. Height 40’. Narrow, fastigiate habit. Brighter foliage color, greater foliage density, and more compact growth habit than Armstrong. Brilliant yellow fall color. ACER rubrum ‘JFS-KW78’ PP#25301 Click Here For Pictures MAPLE AUTUMN FANTASY® Zone 3-9. Height 45-50'. Red and Silver maple cross that gives the best of both trees. It has excellent fall color and grows faster than traditional red maples. The fall color is a ruby red. This tree is also very drought tolerant. ACER x freemanii 'Autumn Fantasy' Click Here For Pictures MAPLE BURGUNDY BELLE® Zone 5. Height 45'. Compact rounded head. Dark green in summer, changing to red and orange in September then burgundy in October. ACER rubrum ‘Magnificent Magenta’ PP# 7222 Click Here For Pictures MAPLE CRIMSON KING Zone 4. Height 40-50'. Medium-sized deciduous shade tree with purple foliage. Dense, symmetrical, rounded crown. Leaves have fine, sharply pointed lobes. Hardy and slow growing. ACER platanoides 'Crimson King' Click Here For Pictures MAPLE FALL FIESTA ® Zone 3. Height 75’. Symmetrical habit. Dark green leaves change to shades of red, orange, and yellow in fall. Resistant to sun scald and frost cracks. ACER saccharum ‘Bailsta’ PP#11119 Click Here For Pictures MAPLE LEGACY® Zone 3. Height 50-60'. Glossy dark green foliage that is dark green and turns red and orange in the fall. Dense oval crown. ACER saccharum 'Legacy' PP# 4979 Click Here For Pictures MAPLE RED Zone 3. Height 40-60'. Medium to fast growth rate. Leaves emerge reddish, becoming medium to dark green. Fall color varies from yellow to brilliant red. ACER rubrum Click Here For Pictures MAPLE REDPOINTE® Zone 5. Height 45'. Deep green, heat resistant foliage in summer. Brilliant red fall color. Highly adaptable. Upright, broadly pyramidal form. ACER rubrum 'Frank Jr.' PP# 16769 Click Here For Pictures MAPLE SUN VALLEY Zone 4. Height 40-60'. Medium sized tree. Leaves have 3 principal triangular lobes. Symmetrical ovate crown. Red fall color. ACER rubrum 'Sun Valley' Click Here For Pictures MIMOSA E.H. WILSON Zone 4. Height 20-35'. Purportedly hardier than the species. Graceful, fern-like leaves. Clusters of pink fan shaped silky blooms all summer. ALBIZIA julibrissin ‘E.H. Wilson’ Click Here For Pictures OAK BUR Zone 3. Height 70-80'. Very adaptable to various soils. Tolerates alkaline conditions and drought. Excellent for urban use. QUERCUS macrocarpa Click Here For Pictures OAK CRIMSON SPIRE™ Zone 4-7. Height 40'. Hybrid between English oak and White oak. Selected for a narrow form (15 feet wide) and good red fall color. Tolerant of a wide range of conditions. QUERCUS 'Crimschmidt' Click Here For Pictures OAK HERITAGE ® Zone 4. Height 30-50’. Pyramidal form with dark thick leathery leaves. Resistant to diseases. Cross of English Oak and Bur Oak. Better cold tolerance than English Oak. QUERCUS x macdanielii �Clemons� Click Here For Pictures OAK NORTHERN RED Zone 4. Height 60-80'. Deciduous. Medium sized. Rounded to broad-spreading and often irregular crown. Brilliant red fall colors. QUERCUS borealis rubra Click Here For Pictures OAK OVERCUP Zone 5. Height 30-40’. Oval to rounded growth habits, with very uniform branching. Very tolerant of wet areas. Dark green leaves. QUERCUS lyrata Click Here For Pictures OAK REGAL PRINCE® Zone 4. Height 40-60'. Glossy, obovate, leathery, dark green foliage. Drought tolerant. Seemingly borer resistant. Very upright narrow form. QUERCUS x warei 'Long' Click Here For Pictures OAK SCARLET Zone 4. Height 65’. Glossy dark green leaves in summer change to scarlet or russet red late in fall. Leaves persist into winter. Mass production adds wildlife interest. QUERCUS coccinea Click Here For Pictures OAK SWAMP WHITE Zone 4. Height 50-60'. Dark shiny green leaves above and silvery white beneath. Fall color is yellow, but sometimes reddish-purple. QUERCUS bicolor Click Here For Pictures OAK WILLOW Zone 5. Height 40-60'. Spear-shaped foliage appears in spring with a light/bright green color and becomes dark green in the summer. Shades of yellow, bronze-orange, yellow-brown, and russet-red in the fall. QUERCUS phellos Click Here For Pictures PAW PAW species Zone 5. Height 20'. Multi-stemmed shrub or small tree with short trunk and spreading branches. Lurid purple blooms in spring. Edible, custard- like fruits. ASIMINA TRILOBA Click Here For Pictures PEACH BONFIRE Zone 5. Height 4’. Dwarf purple or red leafed peach. White-fleshed fruit streaked with red ripens late. Vibrant pink blooms. PRUNUS persica ‘Durazno’ PP#8509 Click Here For Pictures PEAR ARISTOCRAT® Zone 4. Height 30-40'. Ornamental. Early spring blooms. Glossy green foliage on widely spread and upright spreading thornless branches. Pyramidal to columnar in youth then oval to spreading with age. PYRUS calleryana 'Aristocrat' PP# 3193 Click Here For Pictures PEAR CLEVELAND SELECT Zone 4. Height 30-35'. Distinctive columnar form. This tree has an abundance of white booms in the spring. Deciduous. Purplish-red-orange fall colors. PYRUS calleryana 'Cleveland Select' Click Here For Pictures PISTACHE CHINESE Zone 6. Height 30-35'. Oval to round in outline. Dark green leaves in summer turn brilliant orange to orange-red in fall. PISTACHIA chinensis Click Here For Pictures PLUM THUNDERCLOUD Zone 5. Height 15-25'. Fragrant white flowers in early spring. Dense, upright, and spreading habit. Leaves emerge ruby red in spring but mature to dark reddish purple. 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    About Us "the plant people" Botanico, Inc. was founded in 1983 by Bob Flanders and Dabney Turley. Bob’s son, Jon Flanders was elected President of Botanico in 2014. Botanico is primarily a wholesale nursery that grows shade and ornamental trees and shrubs in both containers and field grown B&B. Our company operates on approximately 500 acres spread among five locations and most of our employees live in the Warren and DeKalb County areas. We sell nursery and landscape grade plants to customers in the Northeastern, Midwestern, and Southeastern United State in addition to international exports to Canada and China. Please, be our guest and come take a tour of our farms! Our Story We started as a small dirt farm nursery with a couple of family members and a hand full of loyal farm hands. Our goal was to produce beautiful plant material for landscapers and garden centers. It was important to us that we hand pick and tag each order based on the customers specific needs and preferences, to the best of our ability. We believe this is what set us apart. During our early years we produced only ball & burlap material. ​ Over time, we have grown into a prosperous wholesale nursery that now offers both ball & burlap and container material in a variety of sizes. We have also grown into two crews of loyal farm hands, both of which still hold many of our original employees. We are thankful to have such wonderful customers and great employees who work hard to help us continue to meet our original goal of producing beautiful plant material. And yes, we still still hand pick and tag each order based on the customers specific needs and preferences, to the best of our ability!

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