Handsome tree with an oval to rounded crown and open habit. Soft green leaves turn scarlet in fall. Becomes distinctive and elegant with age, as its papery sheets of bark peel to reveal cinnamon-brown new bark. Excellent small landscape specimen or woodland under-story accent. Deciduous.
Also known as Japanese Sango Kaku Maple Tree.
This beautiful small tree has brilliant coral bark on its young branches with color that intensifies in the winter. Deeply cut, light green leaves display attractive red margins and turn a golden yellow in fall. Thrives in bright dappled shade in warmer regions, or in full sun in cooler regions. Deciduous.
Graceful, arching deciduous tree displaying deeply-lobed, finely-serrated, brilliant red-orange leaves. Provides artistic lacy effect that contrasts well with green-leafed plants. Foliage turns garnet-red in fall. A classic small specimen or accent.
This Bonanza Peach Tree is a dwarf that is a heavily flowering peach tree with lush, green leaves. It'll not only make a great addition to your garden or patio, but it'll also showcase it's gorgeous, bright flowers and while producing delicious peaches.
The best cold hardy selection from the National Arboretum. Tonto grows with vigor 8 to 10 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide. It has fine, light tan, exfoliating bark and red summer blooms. The fall foliage is bright orange-red to dark red.
Reddish new growth, becoming glossy green in summer. Purple flowers on new growth. This Crapemyrtle is resistant to leaf spot and powdery mildew. Matures at 6 to 10 feet tall and wide. Excellent as an accent flowering shrub or planted in masses.
Panicles of pure white, soft textured flowers bloom all summer. Glossy dark green leaves turn vibrant orange-red in fall. Grows 20 feet tall and wide. Makes an excellent landscape specimen.
Glossy dark green foliage creates the perfect canvas for the lavender-pink flowers. Bloom time is extended. Brownish-gray exfoliating bark is outstanding. Red-orange fall color for added interest. Grows to 20 feet tall.
Bright pink flowers in summer contrast with the burgundy foliage. Leaves are thick and leathery turning orange in autumn. Highly resistant to powdery mildew and is very drought tolerant. Matures at 10 to 15 feet tall and 8 to 12 feet wide, making it ideal as a shrub or small tree.
New growth starts with a reddish color transitioning to a dark green in the summer months. Salmon pink flowers in summer months. Flowers appear on new growth. This Crapemyrtle reaches 6 to 10 feet tall and wide.
The show begins with bronze new leaves, maturing dark green, followed by masses of brilliant red flowers and finally showy red-purple foliage color in the fall. Compact habit and disease resistant foliage means easier care in shrub borders. Drought tolerant when established. Deciduous.
'Red Jewel' Crabapple is grown for it's splendid white flowers and attractive, brilliantly-colored red fruit. The tree grows to only 15 ft. tall with an irregular, oval crown form making this cultivar well suited as an ornamental or small street tree.
Beautiful landscape tree valued for its timing; the rosy-pink flowers appear on bare branches bridging the gap between winter and spring! Showy yellow foliage in fall. Round headed deciduous tree.
A dwarf, spreading lilac with reddish-purple buds opening to pale lilac fragrant flowers. Blooms profusely in mid-season, typically mid-May and first flowers at an early age. Use in shrub border with evergreen background or plant in groups to form a low hedge. Deciduous.
Beautiful creamy-white blooms with a captivating fragrance spring through summer. A small tree or large shrub that forms a rounded crown with rich green foliage on attractive reddish-brown bark. Makes a perfect accent or background plant. Deciduous.
A most graceful dense mounding shrub with broadly spreading branches that create a weeping effect with the deep green, finely textured foliage. An exceptional accent for large rock gardens or border plantings. Thrives in full sun to full shade. Evergreen.
opular evergreen tree having a graceful, densely-branched form. Excellent used in groups for natural screening, or plant a single specimen as a lawn or large landscape accent. Best in wind-protected sites, it may be sheared into a lovely formal hedge that thrives under most conditions.
Flower buds are red, opening to dark pinkish red in spring. Red-purple foliage turns to reddish green. This upright rounded form has a glossy dark-red bark. Matures to 20 feet tall and wide. Disease resistant.
Unique deciduous shrub with interesting gnarled and twisted branches. Terrific fall foliage color; showy greenish yellow catkins brighten the winter scene. Does well in large containers. Will not produce suckers common from the understock of grafted plants.
Beautiful, round-headed tree perfectly suited for use in smaller yards. Long, dense clusters of showy, single pink flowers with yellow throats are very attractive and favored by hummingbirds. Blooms are followed by insignificant seed capsules. Foliage is disease resistant. Golden fall color. Deciduous.
Superb landscape versatility, along with pH adaptability, and wind and drought tolerance are traits Green Vase Zelkova enjoys to make it a solid performer across a broad tract of the United States. This vigorous, vase-shaped, graceful tree with upright arching branches reaches 60 to 70 feet in height and 40 to 50 feet in width. Ovate to oblong-ovate dark green foliage turns bronze-red in the fall.
An attractive dark green conifer with a wide spreading globular shape. Mature size is 2.5 to 3 feet tall and wide. Excellent choice for a landscape specimen.
Small evergreen tree with broad, conical form. Dense, vibrant blue needles cover thick, sturdy stems. Great low-maintenance lawn or specimen tree. Adapts to various soil conditions.
A striking silver-blue evergreen with a strong, conical shape. Matures at 20 to 30 feet tall and 15 feet wide. Prefers well drained soil. Excellent specimen tree.
A medium-sized deciduous tree with a pyramidal form and round top growing to a height of 25 to 30 feet and spreading to approximately 20 feet. The leaves are bronze tinted in early spring, dark green in summer, and turning yellow, red, and purple in fall. Produces clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped flowers in July and August.