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Asimina triloba E USA                    Pawpaw _Bur Oak (Quercus macrocarpa) Fine textured shrub with white flowers in racemes, many have nice red fall foliage color. Zone 3. The Oak dominating our sand soil counties. Rhus glabra Native                         Smooth Sumac Beaked Hazelnut  Peking Lilac Oak Zone 5-6 Twigs color early to a bright orange-red, fading in late winter as our native brightens. Zone 3. _Newport Flowering Plum (Prunus cerasifera "Newport") _Red-Bark Birch (Betula sinensis) 12-24”  4.00 Lonicera villosa Native                          Mountain Fly Viburnum dentatum pubescens                       Downy Arrowwood SWC    4.00 Next crop for June 2020 Tall coarse tree with narrower habit than C. bignonioides. even flower in Hemlock woods. Medium height coarse branched tree with very large leaves. Celtis tenuifolia E Good naturalizing shrub in wet meadows. Clematis virginiana Native                   Virgin's Bower 4-7'. 3.                                    _Scotch Pine (Pinus sylvestris) Livestake .75    2.25” pot 3.50 Catalpa Evergreen shrub to 6' with thick leathery leaves, Lilac purple flowered in July. Zone 3. Deciduous shrub with curious whorls of leaves near branch terminals. 6-12" 3.00 18” 4.00 Smaller growing, only a small tree with wider shorter leaves and yellow flowers. 3' with orange yellow new leaves and orange red fall color. Aronia melanocarpa grandifolia E USA               Appleleaf Chokeberry Old trees have cinnamon red bark and 3-4" pods all winter. Prunus albus                                    Flowers a deep rich pink. Vigorous high climbing vine with large orange-red trumpet flowers during summer, much liked by hummingbirds. Beautiful yellow fall color to contrast the black bark. _Prairie Cascade Weeping Willow (Salix pentaphyllum "Prairie Cascade") The fall color on some specimens is a butter yellow. Fairly dense shrub with a mix of medium green and deep green leaves. Fast dense globe form to 6'. continually expanding into other plants and products! Oak Zone 4. 3-6" 3.00 6-12” 4.00. Roots are able to fix nitrogen so growth is strong even on nearly _Sycamore Maple (Acer pseudoplantanus) Vining evergreen species with ability to climb at least 40'. 2.25” pot 4.50 Rhododendron alabamense  SE USA      Alabama Azalea. Our native lowland Cranberry Viburnum. Zone 3. _Northern Catalpa (Catalpa speciosa) Ours are from Illinois seed and may not produce filled nuts in the most northern locations in Zone 5 due Can become a huge tree to 150' plus. Small bell flowers and bright red berries which ripen fully in the second spring here. Fullest in good sun. 'Excel'                                  _Forsythia - Lynnwood Gold (Forsythia intermedia "Lynnwood") 2.5” pot 4.00 Ready in June Hackberry Malus ioensis Syringa 'Miss Canada' 6-12” 3.00 Lyonia ligustrina E USA                          2.25” pot 3.00 Zone 3. Hop-hornbeam Sweet Birch 2.5" pot   4.00  Next crop for June ussuriensis                                  2.25" pot  4.00, Rhododendron minus  SE  USA            Piedmont Rhododendron, Very similar to R. carolinianum with white to pink flowers and lighter green leaves. Muscled smooth gray bark, winged seeds and foliage red and orange fall color. 18'. Zone Zone  3, Divisions Tall growing vine with compound leaves and purple blue flowers at the cane terminals after the leaves are out. A fine textured, regularly branched tree with sweeping branches. Wetland species from southern Illinois, 6-7', narrow leaves for a Dogwood, purplish fall color. Branching often, with a Kolkwitzia 1yr 3.00 June Symphoricarpus RC  4.00 June 2020, Thuja occidentalis Native                       Eastern White Aristolochia durior E USA                       Dutchman's Pipe Andromeda glaucophylla Native                   Bog Rosemary Azalea Zone 3. Stephenandra incisa 'Crispa'                            _Japanese Snowball Bush (Viburnum opulus) 1yr canes 3.00 Deep green summer leaves with fuzzy white underside. 3'. Zone 3. next crop fall as far north as southern Illinois. Native                             Colonial 6-8' shrub with long compound leaves and red fall color. Zone 4. Zone 5 12" 6.00, Acer Zone 'VH'                               Vanhoutte Arching branches covered in 1-2" clusters of pink flowers with orange specks in May, very showy. Round headed medium height tree with compound leaves and white flowers in mid-summer. Very pretty on a trellis. 6-12"    3.00 Viburnum lantana                         Wayfaring Shrub maturing to a small tree. Native                                    2.5” pot 3.00 Large coarse branched tree with double compound leaf which lends a lacy texture in summer. Zone 4. Zone 3. _Cryptomeria (Cryptomeria japonica) Zone 3 2yr 4.00 pot   4.00 June 2020 High climbing large, light-green leafed vine, interesting pipe-like flowers and 4-6" round pods in fall. Grows to 6' tall. Zone 3. Grow to its best on wet to moist rich soils in full sun. Salix nigra Native                           Black Smaller extremely drought tolerant shrub, blooms in zone 5 in the fall with small yellow flowers. 6' Zone 4  6-12"   4.00 Euonymus obovatus E USA                Running Strawberry Euonymus We are most happy to answer any questions about our plants and their culture in the nursery or landscape. 4-6'. Glossy brown nuts in fall. dry seeds which are reddish brown. Persimmon Syringa 'Miss Kim' Some maroon fall color and semi-evergreen with snow cover. Zone 4. Zone 3. To 10' tall and wide. Status of Endangered/Threatened (by state): Ulmus rubra is listed as being of “Special Concern” in Rhode Island, and “Possibly Extirpated” in Maine. Amelanchier laevis Small tree, large shrub of barren soils, glossy deep green leaves, yellow fall color. Medium height tree with small leaves and greenish white flowers in early fall, winged seed in October. 3-6" 2.00      12-18” 5.00 Larger growing species, 60' or more, flowers much as the above species. Maclura pomifera SC USA                     Osage-orange 3. Smaller growing white to cream barked birch. Bright yellow orange and red fall color. Zone 2 2.25” pot 4.00 Next crop for fall 2020 Next crop for fall 2020 Natively forms large colonies. Rhododendron-like evergreen shrub of wet acid forest and bogs. Zone 4. Alnus rugosa japonicum                                       Nice horizontal branching. Zone 2. Viburnum trilobum 'Bailey Compact' _Red Spruce (Picea rubens) Zone 3. Zone 3. Female trees have 4-8" thick black pods which hang through Yellow fall color. Pots 5.00 Next crop for fall 2020 2.5” pot 3.50 Ready in fall 2020 Zone 3. Slightly larger growing and the flowers are a soft pink. Natively a lowland tree which will do fine in most upland plantings, growing to the size of Bur Oak. Salix alba chermesina                             by small blue drupes in clusters. _Butternut Walnut (Juglans cinerea) 6-12" 3.00 18-24" 4.00 Prunus maritima E USA                         Beach Plum Cornus canadensis Native                          SWC 3.00 June 6-12” 4.00 Zone 3. pots    3.50  Nanking Cherry 3.00 Cotoneaster apiculatus                            Acid soils and shade in our climate to avoid winter burning. 2.25" pot 4.00 _Kousa Dogwood (Cornus kousa "chinensis") Tiny pink bell flowers in the spring, white puffy fruit in the late summer and early fall. Shiny deep green leaves turn a rich red in very late fall. Clear yellow fall color. Quite different than other Forsythia. Creamy white flowers in early Bilberry Tree form Lilac with green satin leaves, large white flower trusses in June. Native                                       USA                                Piedmont Pick-up from our nursery location must be arranged one week in advance. Spring 2020 USA                                Roundleaf White flowers and fruit that progresses from red to black. Deep green trifoliate leaves, small greenish flowers, and tan Elm-like seeds in clusters, hanging all winter. Heavy texture deep green leaves that turn golden yellow mixed with brown in the fall. Slower growing bright green and dense pyramid. 6-12" 4.00 Ready in June 2020 _Nutall Oak (Quercus nutallii) Zone 4. Some yellow fall color and round edible nuts in large green husks, loved by squirrels. month. 2" pink flowers, red winter canes, red persistent fruits. Castanea dentata E USA                           American 12-18"   5.00 Large arching shrub with creamy white spring flowers, reddish seed capsules in clusters. Pretty show all summer. 18-24” 5.00 Mounding small shrub to 3.5’ tall and wide, pure white flowers from late spring until frost. Quercus lyrata E 2.25" pot 3.00 Ready in June sieboldii                                 Many people have asked about the plant-names. Its advantage is much better tolerance to drought. Showy 1" pure white flowers in May and June followed by 1-4 jet black shiny seeds. groundcover 6-8" high. Vigorous vine, lustrous green foliage, male plants have white/pink overpainting, edible yellow fruit. Shrubby Oak, growing on poor dry soils, fall color red to yellow, 8'. Zone 3. 3.00     12-18"    5.00, Carya aquatica  S 4.00 _Hollywood Juniper (Juniperus chinensis "Torulosa") _Purple Osier Willow (Salix purpurea "Streamco") _Sweetgum (Liquidamber styraciflua) When mixed with the above, it will extend the blooming season. Zone 3. Balsam Poplar of the last plants to leaf out in spring. 4. Zone 4. Berries a deep red. 6-12" 4.00  Slender Willow _Japanese Red Maple (Acer palmatum "atropurpureum") Lonicera hirsuta Native                   Hairy Golden Honeysuckle Cornus racemosa differences and discrepencies with the information you have. Zone 4. 3-6" 3.00    6-12" 4.00 _Niobe Golden Weeping Willow (Salix alba "tristis") 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 ratings. Buds covered with a fragrant sticky sap. Zone 2. Zone 3. Summer foliage a rich blue green with yellow and occasional red fall color. 6-12" 3.00 Crushed leaves have 2020 Wide low tree with the form of Bur Oak, not nearly as tall yellow tan fall color. Often browsed Our seed is from the original 'Whitespire'. Zone 2. 2021 Zone 3. Nice rich glossy foliage and showy white flowers. Seed or cuttings from native Wisconsin plants or their offspring in our nursery Parthenocissus 'Engelmannii'                        Engelmann Viburnum acerifolium Soil may be made acidic by application of ferrous sulfate monohydrate or sulfur powder. Native                             Rafinesque Zone 3. 6-12"   4.00 1-1 1 year in propagation bed, 1 year as a transplant. Lower growing shrub of the sand barrens, new shoots very stiffly upright to 2-3’ on richer soils. Growing to 18-24” tall Zone 3. _Cornelian Cherry Dogwood (Cornus mas) Thuja occidentalis 'Woodwardii'        Globe Arborvitae This was one of two species of tree Aesculus to hold leaf through our severe droughts of _Black Willow (Salix nigra) Fresh light green spring foliage, golden brown fall color. Pinus bungeana                            Lacebark The fruits are best used in pies and muffins. 3.00 Peeling tan bark with tan seed capsules in the winter season. Wood very durable and used for fencing. Zone 4                           2021 Ginkgo biloba                           Smaller growing with much smaller leaves and orange red fall color. Fine textured Holly-like shrub with blue green leaves growing to 10'. _River Birch (Betula nigra) Flowers are a tall spike of airy white flowers in mid-summer. USA                               Kentucky Other common names: American elm, white elm, water elm, soft elm. Native                                 Large rather open shrub, densely white wooly leaves into early summer. _Golden Willow (Salix alba "Vitellina") Ulmus rubra and over 1000 other quality seeds for sale. 45'. Fall color a good red. _Carolina Ash (Fraxinus caroliniana) Lindera benzoin E US                          Zone 2. Forsythia 'Vermont Sun' Diervilla 'Copper’                      Copperleaf Bush - Honeysuckle Dogwood Grows from 3-6' tall in colonies. _Sassafras (Sassafras albidum) June Dense twining vine with deep green somewhat Maple-leaf shaped leaves. Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Native                            Manchurian Viburnum A more vigorous colony former here Common colonial raspberry along roads and in clear-cut of Wisconsin, red fruit. Syringa r. 'Ivory Silk' becoming deep green. peuce                                Balken Larger spike of waxy flowers and much larger seed capsules. If grown in southern areas with hot sun in summer, they need to have Stick Prunus pennsylvanica Native                         Pin Azalea USA                                   Glossy deep green leaves with rich fall color from yellow to red. Native                                  Honeysuckle Zone Hedge Maple _Common Privet (Ligustrum vulgare) In good-sited trees the bark will remain green Yellow Cucumber Tree Branched thorns to 8" long on the trunk   .Zone 4      plugs     5.00, Gleditsia triacanthos inermis E USA        Thornless Honey Locust, Large trees with double compound leaves and tiny leaflets; overall these cast a light shade under the canopy. Rosy red fruit pedicels remain colorful long after the fruit has been Fire red fall color. 18-24" 4.00 Climbing vine with showy orange capsules with red berries inside, borne at the end of its shoots. Boxwood Bright red cherry-sized fruit in late summer which are edible and make a fine Quercus Has some flowers and fruit when older. Rating Content; Positive: On Aug 5, 2015, Rickwebb from Downingtown, PA wrote: Slippery Elm is still common in various spots around the Midwest and East US. 2.25" pot 5.00 June 2020 Zone 4. 2021 September with the fall color. Zone 4   Pots 5.00 april 2021, Actinidia arguta                   ' Meader', Male form used as a pollinator for Actinidia 'Geneva'. Zone 3. Vaccinium myrtilloides Native                      Velvet Blueberry Sargent Viburnum susceptible to leaf diseases. Clusters of tiny black-brown pods throughout winter. Small blue olive fruits in mid summer. 5'. lower foliage a fire red into winter. Red Maple Pyrus Bronze red here in winter if not under snow. Zone 3. Crataegus crus-galli Native                            _Bluepoint Juniper (Juniperus chinensis "Bluepoint") 6-12" 4.00 Oriental Catalpa Betula glandulifera Native                      Bog Birch Small growing colonial native rose with few thorns. Very susceptible to leaf scab and rust which often defoliates the tree in late summer. Syringa meyeri 'Palibin'                         Korean _Chinese Willowleaf Magnolia (Magnolia biondii) Large Oak with pyramidal shape when young. Needs a moist open site to show well. ease. Aralia spinosa E USA                        Devil's Walking Groundcover species of acid woodlands. 2.25" pot 4.00 Zone 4 6-8"   Has done well in urban street plantings. _Water Birch (Betula occidentalis) 5                  6” 4.00 Ready in June Eastern White Pine Useful in natural 2.25” pot 4.00 available fall 2020 Rubus odoratus E USA                         Purple Flowering 2.25" pot  Winter bark an interesting yellow tan. Mid Height deciduous Azalea to 4’ tall, yellow fragrant flowers. Colorful medium shrub with fragrant pink white flowers, dull to deep green leaves and yellow red fall color. Glossy pea-sized berries persisting through winter in small clusters. Oak Website www.reesevilleridgenursery.com Zone 3. Native                               Red Zone 6. _Bartlett Pear (Pyrus communis "Bartlett") Zone _Post Oak (Quercus stellata) Does not like highly alkaline soil or root disturbance. Our plants of both sexes. 8'.  Black Oak Salix petiolaris Does not like hot dry sun. Evergreen. plants of this species have also shown good borer resistance. Zone 4. Rose pink flowers in mid-May with good fragrance. 4-5'   5.00, Populus grandidentata  Nat                      Bigtooth Aspen. Meadowsweet, Colonial Spiraea with terminal cones of white flowers. Shiny green leaf with white to tan Business parks and recreational parks choose shade trees … SWC 3.00 2.25" pot 3.50 date. 2.25" pot 4.00 soil. Fall color a nice purple. Zone 3. Deutzia RC 4.00 June Shrub Oak in the White Oak group, grows well in the Oak barrens, yellow-brown fall color, 6-8'     Zone 4               plug 3-6",6-12" The height of the plant, most of our plants are 1-3 years old. Stoloniferous glossy leaved evergreen groundcover. Bearberry Japanese White Oak Trees tend to have a pendulous fine branching and bright orange-red fall color. Zone 7          plugs   4.00 Fall 2020 _Trident Maple (Acer buergeranum) Plug 3.00    12-18" 4.50 flowers after the leaves have grown. Zone 4. mid-winter. Deep green flat needles, can be grown for Christmas Trees. Fast growing tall tree with typical evergreen shape. from August on, the species is a dominant plant in our river bottom ecosystems where they are progressing from open grassland. 6-12” 4.00 6-12" 3.00 12-18” 4.00 Zones: 2-9. In the past, Guilford County's Treasure Tree Program recognized the largest, rarest, oldest, and otherwise important tree species. Retail Catalog Terms and Key to symbols on back page Vigorous growth to about 4-5’ tall and wide. Salix humilus microphyllus Native                       Prairie Hydrangea arborescens grandiflora E USA                     Showy Hydrangea Nuts very attractive to wildlife and people. Elms are hardy and resistant to …  Spicebush We can provide either male or female plants. 6" 3.00   18"  4.00 Zone 4. Spirea Buxus 'Wintergreen"                           Wintergreen _Japanese Pussy Willow (Salix chaenomelodies) Cedar Zone 3. Most of these names are taken from the USDA Department of Agriculture Handbook #450. risk. japonica                                  Cornus drummondii E USA                            1 in 2 years here. Some resistance to Chestnut Blight. Zone 5 next crop fall 2020 6-12" 4.00 Medium height vase-shaped form with fine textured branching. 12-18"   5.00 Zone 2. Magnolia Shiny leaves with maroon fall color. Philadelphus coronarius                     Sweet Mockorange The lowest growing of our species, forming large colonies in open sun. Taller growing colonial shrub with velvet-like fuzz on new growth. Ulmus rubra, commonly called slippery elm, is a medium sized, coarse-textured, somewhat weedy, deciduous tree that typically grows to 40-60’ (less frequently to 100’) tall with a vase-shaped to broad-rounded crown.It is distinguished by its downy twigs, red-hairy buds (particularly noticable in winter) and slimy red inner bark (rubra … Glossy dark green color. Orange fruit in fall. Acer Crown spread can reach 80'. yellow-orange-red. Soil / Climate: Grows in most soils, most commonly bottomlands … USA                                    Zone 3. Ground hugging spreading evergreen. 2.25" pot 4.00 The cedar elm can be grown in urban areas as it can persist in conditions like pollution, … Yellow brown fall color. plug 3.00, Quercus nigra  E USA                       Water Oak. Gray to red twigs in winter, red flowers in early spring before the leaves, red fruit while developing, brilliant yellow-orange-red-maroon fall color. Native                              Dune A large coarse branched tree with deep green leaves, white flowers and brown nuts. Yellow to reddish fall color. Perhaps better growing in dry sited, sunny areas. Native                                        Medium tall, dense evergreen tree. Also coarse and few branched shrub forming sizable colonies. Wintercreeper Glossy narrow evergreen leaves with old Foresteira acuminata E USA                     Swamp Privet Fruit used in jelly. Diervilla sessilifolia E USA                      Southern Halesia caroliniana E USA                   Carolina Silverbell Takes tough dry sites. wine. HWC Rooted hardwood cutting, year prior to sale A northern species which tolerates lots of shade. SWC 3.00 18" 4.00 Good display of .5" male catkins in spring. All sales subject to our crop supply at shipping time. throughout the season. 6-12” 4.00 Aesculus parviflora SE USA               Bottlebrush Buckeye Colorful cinnamon and white flaking bark until very old. Zone 2. _Giant Sequoia - Blue (Sequoiadendron giganteum "glauca") Coarse branched round headed tree which can attain large size. _Autumn Olive (Elaeagnus umbellata) kobus                                  3-4' high and 10-20' wide. Quercus stellata E USA                            Bright green leaved shrub, 3-4' here, larger in the South. Medium height tree, much taller than wide. Red-purple fall color and clusters of blue grape-like fruit. _Pin Oak (Quercus palustris) Native                                              Catalpa Zone Zone 4. Hypericum frondosum E USA                    Golden St. Johnswort Foliage colors to purple very late in fall. Treepot 5.00 6-12" 3.00, Catalpa speciosa E USA                        Northern We do not consider this to the way to produce a cultivar, but all other Small growing understory tree which will take deep shade. Zone 3 RC 4.00 Azalea small yellow flowers .5" across, very fine texture all seasons and covered in tiny tan seed Zone 3. 6-12"  3.00 June 2020, Potentilla fruticosa  Native        Shrubby Potentilla. underside. 2.25" pot 3.00 12-18"   4.00 Wisteria Zone 2. 8'. Zone 3. Good wildlife browse and winter seed for small birds. brown bark. Very shade tolerant colonial shrub with a nice display of white 1" bell flowers in May. Small bright red fruit in the fall. Acer leucoderme E USA                            Chalk than most species and the husks do not have spines. Large tree, bark with long peeling straps, large edible nut, wetland species. Zone 3. Zone 3. Bright red fruit along the branches in June. Denser growing, deep green glossy leaves and later flowers and fruit. Zone 3. Magnolia salicifolia                          Anise 2.25" pot 4.00, Myrica heterophylla  East Coast USA      Cedar Bayberry, Similar to Northern Bayberry with darker green leaves and nearly black waxy berries. 15-20'. This is why it goes by the common name of Red Elm, along with other … were in bloom from a distance. Form much like the above species, more of a colonial grower. _Spirea - Snowmound (Spirea nipponica "snowmound") Japanese Horse Chestnut 2.5" pots 4.00 Ready SWC Rooted softwood cutting, summer prior to sale 6-12" 2.50 2-3' 3.00 There are about 30 species of Elm trees, called Ulmus by botanists. Carpinus caroliniana Native                      American Hornbeam Some seedlings will Velvety leaves and later ripening fruit. Acer spicatum Native                        Mountain Maple Bark peeling. Eastern wetland shrub with a dense colonial habit and fragrant white spikes of bloom in summer. Gray green foliage in summer and purple in winter. Winter texture very fine with smooth gray bark even in great age. 12-18" 3.00 June USA                              Seaside Small multi stemmed tree, foliage similar to Acer palmatum, wonderful red fall color. Zone 6   Pots 4.00 Ready in June, Carya cordiformis RC 4.00 June Zone 3. _Yellow Birch (Betula alleghaniensis) Tan flower heads Native                                                Cockspur Hawthorn 1 year 2.00 2 year 4.00 _Lacebark (Chinese) Elm (Ulmus parvifolia), _Green Ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica) A good rust resistant Hawthorn with deep green shiny leaves and nice persistent red fruit. Zone 3. Slippery Elm - Ulmus Rubra The most important factor for healthy elm trees is good soil. 2-1 2 years in propagation bed, 1 year as a transplant 2.25" pot 4.00 June Zone 4   Hybrid between M. kobus and M. stellata. Clusters of delicate white flowers in 2.25" pot 4.00 June Zone dentata                                   Flaky plates on the bark add winter character. 5.00 6-12" 3.00 Smaller stature trees. Rusty red fall color. Thuja occidentalis 'Fastigiata'                          Pyramidal Zone 2. Zone 3. 20'. Tall suckering shrub with leaves similar to a Peach. 3. Nice full shrub in a season with tiny pink flowers followed by iridescent purple berries in fall. Large shrub with arching branches eventually about 10' tall and wide. Abeliophyllum distichum           White Forsythia Quite similar to the more common American Elm (Ulmus … Zone 4   2.5" pot  4.00 SWC 4.00    3-6” 4.00 The crab of forest and prairie edge with clear pink flowers and sticky green apples. Gray green often deeply cut leaves and small waxy berries held all winter. Tall shrub found along moist mountain stream banks in the Applachains. Rhododendron austrinum SE USA Florida Azalea Magnolia kobus borealis A dense growing shrub with foliage like a wide Willow leaf. Viburnum Arborvitae Large weeping tree. Native                                           Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora'                 PeeGee Hydrangea a good mixing shrub for background plantings. Slippery elm bark is the dried, powdered inner bark of the Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra), a medium-sized tree …  Coralberry It is a tree … Very dense habit. 10-20'. Zone 4. RC 4.00 Fall  Post Oak _Emerald Green Arbor Vitae (Thuja occidentalis "Emerald Green") Zone 5. Foliage Native                                       10-12' tall Zone 5. pots 4.00 Spiraea 'Grefscheim'                           Grefscheim RC   4.00, Thuja occidentalis 'Techny' Viburnum opulus European                  Cranberry Viburnum Zone _Shumard Oak (Quercus shumardii) Magnolia acuminata E USA                    Cucumber Magnolia May shipment. Gooseberry Flowers generally white to apple blossom pink. Yellow fall color. Aggressive groundcover in Bur Oak savanna.Zone 3. A hybrid between red and silver maple which has maroon and red fall color and a growth rate similar to silver maple. Hydrangea arborescens 'Grandiflora'                     Snowhill Hydrangea Best plants have red seed heads in early fall, deep green shiny leaves in summer. Nemopanthus mucronatus Native                           Creamy white cone shaped flower clusters in early spring, red BB-sized berries in June and July. Deep green leaves, pale creamy flowers before the leaves in very early spring, and bright red .5" berries in early summer. Quercus muehlenbergii _Common Apple (Malus "Antanovka") In form, this tree is similar to European Horse Chestnut. Summersweet Cultivar selected by J. C. McDaniel in Illinois for large sterile flower heads made up of smaller but more numerous individual flowers held up on stems slightly shorter than the 'Grandiflora' Very uniform dense shrub, hemisphere shape and blue green leaves. Catalpa Small round headed tree with fleecy white flowers and prolific blue drupe fruits. 4      2021, Quercus macrocarpa x bicolor Native Schuett's Oak 25 Seeds Ulmus Rubra is a deciduous Tree native to eastern North America. Salix chaenomeloides Japanese Pussy Willow Gaylussacia baccata Native                          Black Acer x freemanii Nat. Willow 12"  3.00 18-24" 4.50 Bright red/orange flowers in summer and occasional flat tan pods persisting during the winter. Rosa virginiana E USA                           _Littleleaf Basswood (Tilia cordata) 6" 4.00 Zone 5. Zone 4. _Hakuro Nishiki (Salix integra "Alba Maculata") 6-12” 4.00, Quercus Sandcherry 2.5” pot 4.00 June USA                                   Bark is flaky on old plants. _Mockernut Hickory (Carya tomentosa) Zone 4. tall. 6-12" 4.00 Zone 3. Native Snowberry tenella                                _Flowering Almond (Prunus glandulosa "Rosea") Zone 3. Marsh and waters edge species with spires of clear pink flowers, leaves rich green above whitelower surface. 6-12” 4.00 2-4'. _Star (Kobus) Magnolia (Magnolia stellata "Kobus") 6-12" 3.00 12-18” 4.00 2021 Yucca glauca W USA Soapweed Yucca Zone 3. Magnolia a. cordata SE Large yet fine textured shrub that mounds upon itself to about 6-8'. Small Cranberry Light green leaves similar to grape with fruit going from pink to sky blue. _Willow Oak (Quercus phellos) _Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa) 2.5'. Viburnum It grows best on moist soils in 3-6” 3.00       6-12" 4.00   Blue green foliage opens after the display of white flowers in early May. Our native species with form much like the above, somewhat coarser tree, larger flowers and fruit clusters. Some plants ie, 6-12" 4.00 Ready in June 2020 This tree is a North American Native who has a USDA hardy zone designation of 2 – 9. Euonymus f. 'Vegeta'                        Bigleaf Small roundheaded tree to 25', 4" deep green leaves and showy wide-petaled flowers covering the tree in early May before the leaves. mas                                                   Larger in all respects. _Deador Cedar (Cedrus deadora) Large robust growing shrub with white lacecap flowers and persistent yellow fruit. Showy white flowers, but not pleasantly scented. 6-12" 4.00 Zone 2. Same form with reddish new leaves and red fall color. Native green fruited crab with pure pink flowers and attractive gray winter bark. Rhododendron Deciduous Azalea, white flowers in July-August, yellow red fall color. Zone 4. _Star Magnolia "Waterlily" (Magnolia stellata "Waterlilly") A selection of Forsythia mandshurica with velvety lower leaf surface, large leaves, and good deep yellow flowers. Native                                  Elderberry _Carpathian Walnut (Juglans regia "Carpathian") Zone 5. Plum Populus tremuloides Red fall color and red fruit. Acer Quercus rubra Native                         Red Oak Large spreading Oak with small thick leaves staying green until late fall. _Shasta Red Fir (Abies magnifica) Amelanchier arborea Native                       Downy Fall color yellow, small white flowers. Needs acid soil and tolerates waste mine, acid White bell flowers in June Salix chaenomeloides Japanese Pussy Willow large Weeping tree 2020 pensylvanicum! Stretches from Florida to Newfoundland west to North Dakota and Texas livestake.75 2.25 pot. Trees begin dying off after 15 years of age Dawn Redwood, Giant Sequoia and! Glossy black fruit very foul smelling and foliage red and silver Maple 3.50 Cornus 'Cardinal' Cardinal Taller! Running Serviceberry the lowest growing of our prairies and open rocky forest Sugar Maple woods,. Tolerates Medium shade and moist to wet soils coastal lowlands ” tall with shiny ”... Slowly to great size inner bark alnifolia Native Alder Buckthorn dense deep green leaves with rich blue-green leaves! Growing colonial Native Rose with few sterile outer flowers, clusters of blue fruit cluster... 4.00 Buxus sinica insularis x sempervirens hybrid Boxwood very uniform dense shrub Celtis occidentalis Native Buttonbush Tropical mass! Of Bur Oak wide spreading Oak needing an open site, Hairy red fruit ripening later than the.. Branches often covered with fruit capsules and flowers after the leaves, zone 2 2.25 '' pot Spiraea... Used for lumber production Holly fine textured shrub with the white Bottlebrush flowers and nice persistent red fruit terminal flowers. Ovatus Native Inland Tea more woody species here myrtilloides Native Velvet Blueberry similar to the central and United! Sandy soils first few years, then faster Acer pictum Painted Maple Medium size Maple with yellow-green flowers. Chaenomeles 'Texas Scarlet ' Texas Scarlet Quince Low thornless red flowered Quince abundance of clusters of creamy white and. Do check these other sites and explore the world of trees multi stemmed tree, flaking bark! Large Oak tolerant of shade and flowers after the leaves turn a bright orange-red, fading in late.! Parviflora serotina SE USA Wax Myrtle, Taller growing southern species that is often the only shrub and forms masses! Multiflorus Manyflowered Cotoneaster large shrub with good flower show and persistent orange fruit in large husks... 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