Ginkgo biloba ‘Mariken’ – This dwarf tree grows 5′- 6′ ft. tall x 6-8 ft. wide over 10 years. It is a very hard-to-find specimen and is an excellent addition to any landscaped garden. It is very unique, and adds beauty and perspective to cultured gardens. Like all Ginkgo’s it also has that gorgeous bright golden yellow leaf color for weeks in the fall. USDA zones 5-9
Ginkgo biloba ‘Mariken’, ‘Dwarf Ginkgo’
$169.00 – $179.00
This uniquely beautiful dwarf tree is very hard-to-find and adds a truly gorgeous element to walking paths and cultured gardens. This is a well loved specimen perfect for that small landscape!
Dawn Redwood is a magnificent deciduous tree. It has gorgeous soft green needles, and is a fantastic and inspiring tree to see and grow. Dawn Redwood is a magnificent deciduous tree, and is a relative of the California redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) and giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum), diverging around 150 million years ago. Dawn redwood prefers a wetter environment to grow, and it needs full sun to grow its best when it is a larger tree. We start these as 'understory' trees and they love the high open canopy above them giving the good indirect light. It does best in moist to wet soils, so it can be a good choice for large rain garden locations. As with all trees a good organic planting location would be ideal for these trees.
Ginkgo biloba trees are great as a lawn tree, street tree or shade tree. Beautiful, bright yellow leaves in the fall. A hardy and excellent columnar tree specimen for narrow spaces. The Ginkgo, or Maidenhair tree is relatively fast growing and many people are intrigued with its leaf shape and branch structure.
The Persian Ironwood is a hard-to-find and sought-after specimen tree with beautiful characteristics for all four seasons. Provides wonderful year around interest!
Amelanchier grandiflora, 'Autumn Brilliance'is a great native specimen producing white spring flowers and awesome fall colors for its multi-season display. These grow to 15' - 20' and are taller than wide. We grow single trunk specimens, but do have some multi-trunk as well. The Amelanchier looks great as a solo tree, or as part of a multi-specimen design. These are a truly very nice tree/ shrub and are fascination to see up close throughout the seasons. Autumn Brilliance puts on one of the best fall color displays of all of the serviceberry trees. It is a beautiful native flowering tree, and the birds love the berries that display in May/ June. It is a hard-to-find tree, and is also valuable as a wildlife tree because it attracts songbirds. It is also called June Berry, and has become one of our favorites.
Magnolia denudata, "Yulan Magnolia" is a highly revered tree in Asia, and is treasured for its beautiful goblet shaped white flowers and striking red summer fruits. Because of its rarity and the limited supply, we limit ONE Yulan Magnolia specimen per order, please.
The Katsura Tree is a beautiful shade tree that offers great four season attributes,and is grown for its intriguing trunk, fragrance, gorgeous leaves. It is fast growing shade tree, and should be planted in areas where there is consistent moisture, but not standing water. We highly recommend this top five favorite tree for your landscape projects! It is well suited for the center of an open space, larger plantings, or in a tree line, or property border.
The Kindred Spirit Oak is an exceptional columnar Oak that displays the gorgeous leaves of an Oak tree up close, and in a smaller vertical narrow form to fit into narrow places. It is a great tree that is hard-to-find, and must be appreciated up close. The Kindred Spirit is cold hardy and generally drought tolerant, and is just a fascinating tree for next to a walkway, driveway, or just close by to be appreciated up close by tree aficionados. You will be fascinated by Kindred Spirit Oak, and it may just make you smile! They hold onto their leaves late into the fall offering privacy and beauty. The leaves in the spring and the summer are dark green with a beautiful silver underside which is displayed on a windy day. One gets to see what is usually at the top of large Oak trees right up close and personal. Highly recommended!