This small tree is a cross between our native Smoketree (Cotinus obovatus) and its European sister (Cotinus coggygria). The most striking ornamental features are the foliage which emerges a...
Cotinus x dumeri 'Grace'
American Smoketree is an ornamental plant in its own right. It is a tough tree occurring in rocky outcrops in the lower mid-west. The flowers are insignificant but the billowy hairs attached...
This is an under story tree, native to the southern Appalachian Mountains. The cream-colored, drooping summer flowers are unique to this sole member of its genus. But the brilliant red fall...
￼￼Norway Spruce is a large, fast growing tree that holds its color well through the winter. Branchlets become pendulous as the tree matures. The texture is fine to medium when the tree is yo...
Spruce (Oriental 'Gowdy')
Selected from the graceful Oriental Spruce, Gowdy is not surprisingly, a first rate ornamental. Three characteristics which separate it from the species: smaller size, informal growth and sl...
Picea orientalis 'Gowdy
￼￼An evergreen with a very pleasing personality.
Fine textured with dark green color, This is possibly the most refined Spruce. New foliage is light green and contrasts nicely with the...
Graceful, almost delicate in form, this is one of my favorite Spruces. The architectural structure gives this tree a very regal appearance. The pendulous branches curve upward at the ends in...
A very refined native when properly placed. The foliage is glossy in the summer and spectacular in the fall. This is a medium sized tree growing to about 50' in most locations but can grow t...
Tupelo, (Black) 'Wildfire'
Black Tupelo is a beautiful native landscape tree known for its exceptional fall color. The cultivar 'Wildfire' has an exciting additional ornamental attribute to offer with its reddish new...
Nyssa sylvatica 'Wildfire'
One of our most resilient native small trees, thriving as an understory or at the edges of woodlands, successfully competing with some of the most notorious invasive plants such as Bush Hone...