Henry’s Maple is a beautiful little-known tree from China rarely exceeding 20 ft. in height. Long chains of winged seeds give this plant an air of elegance during the summer months. Henry’s Maple is also rather rare in cultivation. Its leaves emerge bronze, are dark green in summer, and show brilliant red with yellow in fall. Leaves have three leaflets, to 4 inches, with pointed tips. Henry’s Maple has green flowers in pendent clusters appearing before the leaves. It is interesting year round. It is lovely in front of an evergreen background, in a lawn, or used as a specimen or sheltering a low, mixed planting of shade-lovers. USDA zones 5-9
A top 5 favorite! It is a dwarf black locust variety growing to 10'-12' that has a comical twisty, windy growth pattern that makes it so special and desireable!
The Persian Ironwood is a hard-to-find and sought-after specimen tree with beautiful characteristics for all four seasons. Provides wonderful year around interest! Click to learn more.
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.