A choice small tree, among the hardiest of all maples; incredible fall colors ranging from orange to scarlet and burgundy red, neat habit and colorful seeds in late summer, one of the best accent trees for small home landscapes
A very distinctive hybrid maple with a narrow, upright growth habit, fast growing, inconsistent fall color; excellent choice for the smaller home landscape or for articulation, tends to broaden with age
A popular hybrid of the silver and red maples combining the best attributes of both; stunning fall colors, excellent habit of growth, tolerant of conditions, fast growing; an excellent alternative for locations where a red maple may not grow
A distinctive dwarf selection of Korean birch, which grows in a diminutive, compact, single stemmed form. Attractive creamy white exfoliating bark with cinnamon colored undersides curling in strips. Cold hardy and tolerant of higher pH soils.
An amazing hybrid of birch with deep purple leaves and the famous white bark; a spectacular accent tree with a loose, open habit and fine, slightly pendulous branchlets, use sparingly in the landscape to bring attention to it
Dakota Pinnacle Birch: A fantastic new introduction from North Dakota that’s hardier than the species; smooth white bark, spire-like columnar habit of growth, quite dense, great for skyline articulation; insect resistant and drought tolerant
A distinctive new dwarf selection of Amur cherry with controlled growth and unique dark green foliage, narrowly upright habit of growth , short racemes of white flowers are followed by tiny black fruit; low maintenance, resistant to black knot
‘Guardian’ is a seedless, medium‐sized (12 m x 3 m) tree that provides a fastgrowing, vercal element to the prairie landscape. Its growth rate is similar to other columnar aspen poplars. Young trees may require some shearing to develop the desired fullness.
Lighter bark color than River Birch, ranging from tan to creamy white to parchment white. Vigorous grower in clump form. Tolerates wet, poorly drained soil. Resistant to bronze birch borer. Exfoliating bark. Hardy to -30°F