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Maple, Three-flower
Acer triflorum,
Acer triflorum (Three-flower Maple) is a small specimen maple unrivaled for fall color. Growing to 25’ high with a 20’ spread, it will consistently put on a dazzling fall display in yellow/orange...
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Maple, Trident
Acer buergerianum,
A maximum height of 25’ allows this handsome, small, pest-free tree a spot by the street. Variable fall foliage color and drought tolerance also recommend this underused species from Japan and...
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Ninebark, Eastern
Physocarpus opulifolius, ‘Diablo’
Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Diablo’ (Eastern Ninebark) Also known in the trade as Monlo and Diabolo™, this is an extremely hardy deciduous shrub with an upright spreading habit and decorative peeling...
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Oak, Pin
Quercus palustris, 'Pringreen' Green Pillar®
This is a narrow, columnar (fastigiate) cultivar of our native Pin Oak. Glossy green leaves in spring and summer give way to a nice maroon and red fall display. Green Pillar® is a popular choice...
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Oak, White
Quercus alba,
The White Oak, Quercus alba, is a tree to plant for your grandchildren. It grows slowly to 150’ in the open; its rugged branching habit and attractive bark make it a majestic sight in winter...
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Pine, Upright Eastern White
Pinus strobus, ‘Fastigiata’
Pinus strobus ‘Fastigiata’ (Upright Eastern White Pine) is an upright form of white pine that lacks the rigid appearance of most columnar plant forms. Soft evergreen needles adorn the ascending...
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Pond Baldcypress
Taxodium distichum var. imbricarium, Debonair® ‘Morris’
A particularly beautiful deciduous conifer with interesting green pendulous foliage that strikingly contrasts with its formal, pyramidal habit. The fall color is a beautiful bronze, and the winter...
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Portugal laurel
Prunus lusitanica,
Prunus lusitanica was first described by Linnaeus in 1753. The Portugal laurel is an evergreen shrub or small tree reaching 10 to 20 feet, but trees can grow up to 50 feet tall in the wild. Allowed...
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Privet Honeysuckle
Lonicera pileata,
This is a low, dense, deer-resistant, ground-hugging shrub with fine-textured foliage. Use as an evergreen groundcover in place of more common plants such as ivy and pachysandra. It also works...
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Red Beauty Holly
Ilex 'Rutzan', Red Beauty®
Handsome dark glossy evergreen leaves create a densely branched pyramidal tree. For berries production, Red Beauty® needs a male pollinator; use any of the Blue male Hollies such as Ilex ‘Blue...
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