Cornus florida, ‘Flowering Dogwood’
The Flowering Dogwood is America’s favorite flowering tree. It is a classic white flowering American native tree that adds beauty to any landscape. These trees have nice branch structure, and are truly magnificent when in bloom in late April!
A small deciduous tree noted for its pendulous axillary racemes of yellow, wisteria-like flowers that bloom in spring. It is a beautiful tree, but as a word of caution if you have children around the seeds, stems and leaves are poisonous if eaten
The Yoshino cherry is a favorite flowering tree known for its gorgeous display of white flowers. It blooms and famous in Washington DC along the Potomac River. Highly recommended!
A small single or multi-trunk beautiful white fringe flowering tree. It is a hard-to-find native tree, and is both beautiful, fragrant and hardy to Zone 3.
The Autumnalis cherry actually blooms twice a year... once in the spring and then in the fall. It is a beautiful and hard-to-find specimen, but is very unique in its flowering habit. You are getting twice the flowering beauty for the money.
Magnolia virginiana 'Henry Hicks' is a smaller pyramidal shaped semi-evergreen magnolia that is unique and hard-to-find. This specimen can grow eventually to 20' and has a more dense leaf foliage throughout its pyramidal shape even through winter. It can selectively be placed as a decorative privacy tree.
This is a hard-to-find beautiful weeping yoshino cherry tree, and we have some very impressive good caliper specimens now available for sale! It has beautiful and graceful arching branches full of an impressive spring display of white flowers. Over time the Shidare weeping Yoshino will grow to 15' which is considered a small tree. It has small fruits that birds will eat, and this tree provides wonderful winter interest with its graceful arching branches. These are truly excellent specimens to add to any landscape!