Nyssa sylvatica ‘Wildfire’
This variety of the native Blackgum tree has spectacular spring, summer and fall red, orange and green colors. It is a hardy zone 5-9 native tree that also endures wetter soils. We have limited stock of these, but you will not be disappointed by the amazing display of colors that this tree offers the property owner.
It does produce small fruits which birds love, and grows up to 40′ x 20′ wide. Highly recommended.
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.
This is a gorgeous and highly desirable smaller weeping white flowering cherry tree known for it profuse flow of white flowers. We typically top ours off at 5'- 6' that creates a flowing outward cascade of beautiful white flowers. This is very hard-to-find, and is a real show-stopper in bloom!
An American native tree specie that is a favorite of an established landscape. It makes a great shade tree. They are hardy trees for zone 6, and will grow nicely in full sun to part shade. They are also great city street trees.