Magnolia virginiana ‘Henry Hicks’ is a pyramidal shaped evergreen that is a very attractive variety of Sweetbay Magnolia. It is beautiful even in the winter, and very hard-to-find. In zone 6 it will grow to a height of about 15′-20′. USDA zones 5-9
Sweetbay Magnolia trees produce fragrant white flowers and brilliant red seed pods at the end of summer. This gorgeous tree is very fragrant and a must-have for well designed landscapes! It blooms from June through August with beautiful white flowers that are so fragrant and just a constant reminder about the true beauty of nature. It is also a wildlife tree an attracts birds feeding on its red seeds in August and September. These are large trees and a great value of beauty for the price.
This is hard-to-find beautiful pink-white weeping yoshino cherry tree puts an impressive spring display of flowers. It is a beautiful medium grower with graceful arching branches that are eye catching to see. Over time the Shidare weeping Yoshino will grow to 15'-25' which is considered a small tree. It has small fruits that birds will eat, and provides beautiful winter interest with its graceful arching branches. This is an excellent specimen to add to your tree landscape.
Okame Cherry is an absolutely gorgeous dark pink early flowering tree in late March to early April that truly welcomes spring! It is smaller deciduous flowering tree with an upright, rounded crown. It blooms earlier than other cherries with blossoms lasting up to 3 weeks, grows up to 18 ft. tall and 15 ft. wide. This special tree offers an early and very warm welcome to spring, and is a gorgeous and highly desirable tree for any landscape, including as a city street tree. USDA zones 5-9 Highly recommended! It is a very comforting, fragrant and well-earned welcome to spring, especially after the cold winter weather. Everyone will love having this tree in their landscape!