This northern Pin Oak is very hardy in USDA zone 6, and is less susceptible to Chlorosis that affects many Pin Oaks
Quercus ellipsoidalis, ‘Northern Pin Oak’
This northern pin oak variety is more tolerant to the soils of the north, and less susceptable or be affected by chlorosis.
IN STOCK NOW - - A highly desirable and fast growing evergreen hedge shrub that can provide instant privacy and beauty. These are very popular, and will offer you privacy while other shrubs/ trees lose their leaves in the fall and winter... This is an excellent screening and privacy specimen that is lush, evergreen, and is a friendly privacy wall that adds year around beauty and will not offend any neighbor. Highly recommended! These Schip Laurel pictured are approximately 5' tall.
A stately tree with bronze copper color leaves throughout the summer. It is a large slow growing tree for a large area.
Trident Maple is a fascinating smaller maple known for its multi-colored leaves. It holds on to its leaves until November/ December and puts on a brilliant fall display of color.
David's Maple is a beautiful and fast growing small to mid sized maple tree that grows up to 20'-25' tall in zone 6. It likes part sun and shade, and a more acidic planting location. It is one of our favorites, and I grow it in honor of my brother, David. The red leaf stems, gorgeous green leaves, and the orange and yellow fall color.
Japanese Zelkovia is a hardy and easy to prune and train tree that deserves more interest. It is very tough and has beautiful furrowed leaves. It tends to be vase shaped especially with some early pruning. An excellent tree specimen!