This very refined, regal tree is also often referred to as the Allee' Elm because of the commonly used cultivar 'Emer II Allee'. The bark exfoliates in a puzzle-like pattern exposing the ora...
Ulmus parviflora ‘Allee’
Most fast-growing trees are fraught with problems but the Triumph Elm is a notable exception. Place this tree in a difficult location and it will not only tolerate its lot in life, but flour...
Ulmus x ‘Morton Glossy’
It is difficult to temper my enthusiasm for this tree! A majestic tree, the outline striking and bold without being obnoxious. The foliage is rich with the needles a lush dark green on top a...
Native to the western US, White Fir has proven to be a good performer in the east. Needle color varies from plant to plant and ranges from light blue to medium green. Grows to 70' high and 2...
In 1765, John Bartram was appointed Royal Botanist for North America by King George III. Later that same year,Bartram and his son discovered Franklin Tree along the banks of the Altamaha Riv...
Hemlocks are lovely trees but the use of native species has been tempered by three debilitating pests: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid, Spruce Spider Mites and Elongate Hemlock Scale. Chinese Hemlock...
￼￼A small to medium sized, native shade tree. And quite nice with its flaking bark that somehow blends perfectly with the medium green foliage. Fall color is yellow. Bark and structure make...
Rich summer foliage with a dash of reddish new growth. Fall colors of yellow, orange, red and burgundy. Fine textured structure with fluted trunk to add winter interest.This is a widespread...
The Katsura tree, native to Japan, makes an excellent specimen or shade tree in the landscape. Its foliage offers an array of color throughout the year. In spring, heart-shaped leaves emerge...
Lilac (Peking 'Beijing Gold')
A Tree Lilac with good form and excellent late spring flowers. The bark is not as showy as the 'China Snow' but the outline is superior with a straighter stem and a more balanced growth habi...
Syringa pekinensis 'Beijing Gold'