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 flowering tree for any landscape with its beautiful flowering, hardiness, and bloom periods that are on full display long after most trees have ended their flowering. It attracts butterfly’s, hummingbirds, and pollinating insects. This tree has an attractive reddish-brown bark. USDA zones 5 -8
Eastern Redbud is an exceptional and beautiful early flowering tree that is highly revered for its beautiful flowers. It is well known for its stunning lavender-purple flowers that bloom in early spring. This specimen grows best in a location sheltered from high winds. It is an excellent flowering specimen tree that looks great in front of evergreens. You can't go wrong on planting several of these!
A new 'patented' scarlet red flowering dogwood that is a beautiful sight to see.Because of the limited supply and its rarity, we limit two Scarlet Fire specimen per order, please.
The swamp white oak has greater tolerance to wet areas and displays really beautiful multi-color leaves in the fall that are unique and inspiring. This is a beautiful tree to be seen and is native to USDA zones 3 - 9.
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 excellent and very popular Red & Silver Maple hybrid is an upright, fast-growing, deciduous shade tree with outstanding blazing fall colors. It is one of the very best autumn and fall color maple trees. You will not be disappointed!
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.