Maple trees are known for their distinctive leaves, which have five or more lobes and turn brilliant colors in the fall, ranging from yellow to red to purple.
Sienna Glen Maple
Sienna Glen® Maple is an excellent street or specimen tree and is tolerant of salt, drought, flooding, alkaline soils, and pollution. Its stronger wood and tighter branch angles are less prone to breaking in wind storms and are easier to prune with age.
Autumn Blaze Maple
Autumn Blaze maple is a hybrid of red and silver maples, combining fast growth and vibrant fall color. It can grow up to 50 feet tall and 40 feet wide, with an oval crown and ascending branches
Autumn Fantasy Maple
Autumn Fantasy Maple is a Freeman Maple cultivar with rapid growth, good branch angles, consistent red fall color, and a wide site tolerance. This selection can be considered an improvement on Autumn Blaze® Maple due to its improved branching habit and more rapid growth.
Royal Red Maple
Royal Red Norway Maple has attractive purple deciduous foliage on a tree with a round habit of growth. The lobed leaves are highly ornamental and turn an outstanding deep purple in the fall. It is covered in stunning corymbs of lemon yellow flowers along the branches in early spring before the leaves.
Crimson King Maple
The Crimson King maple is a stunning tree with dark purple leaves that contrast with green conifers and bright flowers. It can grow up to 75 feet tall and 30 feet wide, and produces showy green-yellow flowers in spring that attract bees and birds. It is a hardy and adaptable tree that can tolerate shade, drought, urban pollution, and various soil types, making it a popular landscape choice.
Oaks have spirally arranged leaves, with lobate margins in many species; some have serrated leaves or entire leaves with smooth margins. Many deciduous species are marcescent, not dropping dead leaves until spring
Swamp White Oak
The swamp white oak is a great choice for a shade or street tree, with the ability to grow at a moderate pace and live more than 300 years. It’s the kind of tree you plant for not only your enjoyment but for the benefit of generations to come.
The bur oak is a majestic tree that can grow up to 150 feet tall and has a massive root system that mirrors its branches. It has distinctive leaves that are spatula-shaped, lobed, and hairy underneath, and corky twigs that stand out in winter.
Lilac trees are beloved for their fragrant and colorful flowers that bloom in late spring or early summer, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds.
Flowers annually and begins flowering at an earlier age than the species. It has exceptionally heavy bloom with large, fragrant, creamy white flower clusters in June. This sterile variety produces no untidy brown seedheads. Lustrous dark green foliage is slightly larger and darker than the species.
Ivory Silk Lilac
The ‘Ivory Silk’ tree lilac hails from Japan, and is tolerant of street and aerosol salts. The tree flowers later and larger than the previous pears, and is sweet-smelling, but not as fragrant as a “bush-type” lilac. Hummingbirds and bees like tree lilacs, The bark is very ornamental in the wintertime.
Serviceberry are large shrubs or single- or multi-stemmed small trees. They are used as specimen and key plants in landscapes as well as in group plantings as borders, backdrops and screens. Serviceberry provides year-round interest in white spring flowers, yellow to red fall foliage, smooth gray bark, and edible purple fruit.
Cole's Select serviceberry is notable for somewhat thicker, glossier foliage than other named hybrids and excellent red-orange fall color. In other respects, it displays the four seasons of interest that make serviceberries welcome in the home landscape.
From early spring blooms to edible berries in the summer to fiery red fall foliage to branches that catch falling snow, the Autumn Brilliance® Serviceberry is truly a tree for all seasons.
Birch trees are a diverse group of plants with about 40 to 60 species in the Northern Hemisphere. They have distinctive bark that peels off in thin sheets and varies in color from white to red to black.
A beautiful, multi-branched tree prized for its highly textural, colorful, peeling bark. An exceptional silhouette for night lighting. Provides striking winter interest. This versatile, highly heat tolerant tree thrives in riparian settings with high water tables and problematic low wet soils, yet adapts to mild drought when established.
Honey locust Tree
The honey locust, Gleditsia triacanthos, can reach a height of 65–100 ft. They exhibit fast growth, but live a medium life span of about 120 years. The leaves are pinnately compound on older trees but bipinnately compound on vigorous young trees.
Skyline Honey locust Tree
The Skyline Honeylocust is a rapid growing, low maintenance shade tree. This tree has a ferny appearance and is very adaptable in any condition. This tree will grow very tall and should not be planted under power lines.
Spruce trees are species of evergreen conifers that have sharp needle leaves. Apart from tall spruce trees that grow in coniferous forests, many dwarf spruces and spruce shrubs are suitable for garden landscapes.
White spruce is a versatile evergreen tree that grows across North America, from Alaska to New England, and is the state tree of South Dakota. It has pale green or bluish needles that are slightly curved and smell like skunk when crushed, earning it the nicknames cat spruce and skunk spruce.
Norway spruce is a majestic evergreen tree that can grow up to 40 meters tall and live for a millennium, but it is not native to Norway. It has dark green needles that stay on for up to 10 years, and pendulous branchlets that give it a graceful appearance. It produces large cones that can reach 20 cm long and contain edible seeds.
Black Hills Spruce
Black Hills spruce is a variety of white spruce native to the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming. It has denser, bluer, and slower-growing foliage than the typical white spruce, making it more ornamental and hardy. It grows into a symmetrical, conical, evergreen tree that can reach up to 50 feet tall and 25 feet wide in ideal conditions.
Serbian spruce is a slender evergreen with glossy needles and purple cones that grows in Southeastern Europe. It can grow up to 50 feet tall and 15 feet wide, with dark brown bark that peels in thin platelets and dark green needles with white bands.
Pine trees are evergreen conifers that belong to the genus Pinus, which has about 200 species worldwide. Pine trees have needle-like leaves that can be soft or rigid, and come in various colors, such as green, blue, white, or gold.
White pine is a type of evergreen tree with long, soft needles that grow in bundles of five. It is native to eastern North America and can reach heights of 80 feet or more. It is a fast-growing tree that prefers full sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. It is susceptible to diseases and pests such as white pine blister rust, white pine weevil, and air pollutants
Juniper is a common name for a group of evergreen shrubs and trees that belong to the genus Juniperus in the cypress family.
The Taylor Juniper is a pillar of dense foliage and looks amazing year-round. Once the tree is established in the landscape you can see up to 2 feet of growth a year. The slender form is great for creating an upscale look to any landscape. Taylor Junipers can be used as privacy screens, wind breaks, sound barriers, or just as specimens to accent certain parts of your landscape.
This is a slow-growing evergreen shrub with a formal appearance, with its narrow, columnar form and outstanding gray-green foliage. It grows to 15 feet tall and 10 feet wide at maturity. Its growth remains dense as it matures. Silvery-blue, waxy berries are highly decorative.
Mount Batten Juniper
Mountbatten Juniper is an adaptable and hardy cultivar of Chinese Juniper. Gray-green needles have good color retention throughout the year. Mountbatten can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions once established, but avoid planting in wet areas. Requires full sun to keep its dense growth form.
Fir trees are a species of large evergreen conifer trees that are mainly found in North America, Europe, and Asia. Some of the tallest types of fir trees can reach impressive heights of 262 ft. (80 m) and some smaller kinds may only be 32 ft. (10 m) tall. Like most coniferous trees, firs have needle-like leaves that stay green all year long.
Concolor fir, also known as white fir, is a majestic evergreen tree native to the western US, where it can live up to 350 years and reach 150 feet in height. It has soft, blue-green needles that are fragrant and long-lasting, making it a popular choice for Christmas trees and ornamental landscaping.
What brings people back to these tried-and-true plants is their ability to be shaped into different formal structures. It is difficult for most plants (that are constantly growing) to be constrained in such a formal matter, but not with boxwood.
Green Velvet Boxwood
A full-bodied boxwood well-suited for dense, low hedges. Foliage retains its rich green color throughout winter. Develops a vigorous, rounded form if not pruned. A wonderful evergreen that will provide year-round, cold-hardy color and structure in the garden.
Green Mountain Boxwood
Green mountain boxwood is a hybrid evergreen shrub with a conical shape and bright green foliage. It is ideal for creating medium-sized hedges, topiaries, containers, and formal garden accents