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  • ACCOLADE ELM Quick View
    • ACCOLADE ELM Quick View
    • ACCOLADE ELM
    • Accolade Elm develops a vase-shaped crown at a rapid growth rate. Dark green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Accolade was developed at the Morton Arboretum, and it is well-adapted to our climate. This is a Japanese Elm hybrid, so it is resistant to Dutch Elm Disease. Accolade prefers moist, well-drained soils in full to part sun. It makes a…
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  • ADAMS CRAB Quick View
    • ADAMS CRAB Quick View
    • ADAMS CRAB
    • Adams is a hardy crabapple that develops a rounded crown. Attractive, deep pink flowers bloom in the spring and develop into 5/8" red fruits that persist in the fall and winter. Leaves are maroon when they emerge, and mature to green-purple. It has excellent resistance to cedar-apple rust, and good resistance to apple scab. This tree prefers moist, well-drained soil,…
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  • ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY Quick View
    • ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY Quick View
    • ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY
    • Allegheny Serviceberry is a beautiful native tree that is one of the parents for the popular Apple Serviceberry. Clusters of bright white flowers bloom in the spring. Leaves emerge copper and mature to medium green. Fall color is a mix of reds, oranges, and yellows. Flowers develop into edible purple fruits in June, and are loved by birds. Bark is…
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  • AMERICAN HORNBEAM Quick View
    • AMERICAN HORNBEAM Quick View
    • AMERICAN HORNBEAM
    • This native small tree is adaptable and great for any size yard. Glossy green leaves turn attractive shades of red, orange, and yellow in the fall. Catkins bloom in early spring, and develop into nutlets that hang on during the winter. Bark is smooth gray and fluted making it's sinewy, winter form very attactive in the landscape. American Hornbeam is…
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  • AMERICAN REDBUD Quick View
    • AMERICAN REDBUD Quick View
    • AMERICAN REDBUD
    • A beautiful native tree that is a great choice for smaller yards or under large trees. Clusters of lavender-pink flowers cover the tree in spring before the leaves emerge. Heart-shaped leaves turn yellow in the fall. Flat reddish-brown pods remain on the tree after leaves fall, giving some winter interest. Interesting bark has a cinnamon color on mature specimens. It…
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  • AMERICAN SENTRY LINDEN Quick View
    • AMERICAN SENTRY LINDEN Quick View
    • AMERICAN SENTRY LINDEN
    • This cultivar of the American Linden has a very uniform branching habit and upright, pyramidal form. Clusters of small, fragrant white flowers bloom in late spring to early summer, and are attractive to bees. Deep green leaves turn an attractive golden-yellow in the fall, and the bark is silvery-gray when young. American Sentry has great resistance to Japanese beetles compared…
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  • ANN MAGNOLIA Quick View
    • ANN MAGNOLIA Quick View
    • ANN MAGNOLIA
    • Ann is a member of the 'Little Girl' series of hybrid magnolias developed at the U.S. National Arboretum. Bred for late bloom to avoid hazards of late frost. Impressive deep purple-red, lightly scented flowers resemble a tulip, and may sporadically rebloom in mid-summer. Use as a shrub border or specimen plan, as it develops an open habit.
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  • APPLE SERVICEBERRY Quick View
    • APPLE SERVICEBERRY Quick View
    • APPLE SERVICEBERRY
    • Apple Serviceberry is a large, graceful tree with four season interest. It is a native hybrid between the Allegheny and Downy Serviceberries. Clusters of bright white flowers bloom in the spring. Medium-green leaves turn attractive shades of red and orange in the fall. Flowers develop into edible purple fruits that are loved by birds. Smooth gray bark and irregular growth…
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  • APPLE TREE HONEYCRISP Quick View
    • APPLE TREE HONEYCRISP Quick View
    • APPLE TREE HONEYCRISP
    • Honeycrisp is an exceptionally popular apple due to its sweet flavor and wonderful crispness. Developed by the University of Minnesota, this variety is one of the most cold hardy of apple trees with excellent scab resistance. Fruit is medium to large with a light green to yellow background and covered with a red-orange blush. Cross pollination is required for fruit…
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  • APPLE TREE MCINTOSH Quick View
    • APPLE TREE MCINTOSH Quick View
    • APPLE TREE MCINTOSH
    • McIntosh trees are know to be heavy producers of small to medium sized apples. This crisp apple has brilliant scarlet skin and juicy, tart white flesh. White flowers in late April to early May, result in a September harvest. This is not a self-fruitful variety and needs another mid-season blooming apple for cross pollination. McIntosh is a good pollinator for…
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  • APPLE TREE SWEET SIXTEEN Quick View
    • APPLE TREE SWEET SIXTEEN Quick View
    • APPLE TREE SWEET SIXTEEN
    • Sweet Sixteen was developed for its cold hardiness by the University of Minnesota. It is a vigorous grower with harvest time in late September. It has become known for its unique flavor (sweet with moderate acidity), crisp texture and aromatic qualities. Fruit is large, red and when used in cooking, has a unique vanilla flavor. Cross-pollination is required for fruit…
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    • APPLE TREE TRIPLE PLAY MID SEASON
    • Triple Play features three different apple varieties ('Honeycrisp', 'Cortland', and 'Sweet 16') on one tree! These varieties are mid-season bloomers, and ensure good pollination. Produces apples from late September- mid October that are great for fresh-eating or cooking. Great for an area that has limited space.
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