Betula nigra Heritage, ‘Heritage River Birch’
Betula ‘Cully’ is a special cultivar with white and peach colored exfoliating bark
This sought-after great specimen quality tree won the prestigious 'Award of Merit' from the Royal Horticulture Society and features large pink blooms. These mature specimens are 8' - 10' tall now, and can be pruned to size if desired.
An American native tree known for its large majestic size, and multi-color bark. It has strong winter and all season interest. This is a large beautiful fast growing shade tree commonly seen along stream banks
The Katsura Tree is grown for its intriguing trunk, fragrance, gorgeous leaves, and its four-season attributes. It is a thirsty and 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 larger plantings in a tree line, or property border.
This is a mid spring blooming, moderate-growing Magnolia with beautiful flowers. Plant with protection from harsh winds and enjoy this gorgeous tree! It is a beautiful beckoning welcome to spring
Ivory Silk Japanese Lilac is a smaller tree growing up to 15′ tall with a rounded crown. It has creamy white and amazingly fragrant flowers arranged in dense, terminal clusters (panicles up to 12″ long). It blooms in late May to mid-June, and later than most other varieties of lilac. It makes an outstanding fragrant [...]
This is a brand new Cherry tree introduction this year, and we are very excited about it! We have been growing this new cherry specimen for 3 years now and are very impressed with its strong new vigorous growth, and improved resistance to insects and disease. We are one of a very few growers in the United States growing this very special tree variety. It is a deciduous upright tree with a spreading crown, reaching both a height and width of 25 - 30 feet after 30 years of growth. We find that it is very hardy, and has minimal problems with either insects and disease. It is most comparable to its female parent, Prunus x yedoensis Yoshino, except for its larger size and noticeably large pink flowers.