Shademaster Honeylocust (Gleditsia triacanthos 'Shademaster') has a rounded canopy and provides light shade that allows sunlight to filter through, making this a good tree for use near a lawn. It is thornless and seedless, growing 40 to 45 feet in height. Hardy to zone 4, this tree is tolerant of urban conditions such as poor soils, a wide pH range, soil compaction, flooding, salt, heat and drought.
Kwanzan cherry tree is the showiest of all Japanese cherry trees. The Kwanzan
cherry trees most awesome feature is its bundles of large double pink blossoms.
The blossoms on the Kwanzan cherry tree last longer than those of other
flowering cherries. After awhile the flowers begin to fade and the tree is left
with green leaves and bark. Its bark is somewhat glossy. The flowers on this
tree are very unusual due to their large size.
Crimson King Maple Acer Platanoides
Corylus avellana 'Contorta
The Contorted Filbet or Harry Lauder's walking stick (sometimes called corkscrew hazelnut) is a European filbert cultivar that was discovered growing in an English hedgerow in the mid-1800s. This deciduous, rounded, multi-stemmed shrub which typically grows 8-10 feet tall and will spread 8-10 feet wide. features, as the cultivar name suggests, twisted and spiraling branches, twigs and leaves. The flowers appear in spring in showy, 2-3" long, yellowish brown catkins. Although the species is commonly grown commercially for nut production, this cultivar usually does not produce fruits (nuts). Round, double-toothed, light green leaves (2-3" long) typically turn an undistinguished yellow in fall. After leaf drop, the contorted form of the branches becomes quite noticeable and provides winter interest.
The Babylon weeping willow is one of the prettiest blooming willow trees that you will see. The Babylon will tolerate moist soils, but need lots of water to survive! These trees have long and drooping branches and are directly related to plants that come out of China. This beautiful weeping willow tree is widely cultivated as an ornamental type tree. It loves to be in the direct sunlight, but prefers the chill in the winter time!
It has a flower color that is yellow and grows just perfect, although sometimes you may need to prune it in the summer or fall, as it can become prone to different diseased very easily. Planting a garden under this tree is impossible, as it has roots that will take over all the ground under it, so be sure to plant these way away from any septic or sewer lines! These trees will vary in height and can ranges anywhere from 30 feet up to 50 feet, the best zones for a taller tree are zones 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. These trees will thrive in almost any type of soil, but enjoy acid type soil the best for the best results in height and flower
Green Mountain Sugar Maple, 'Acer saccharum "Green Mountain", is a very handsome deciduous tree with leathery leaves. This showy tree is upright and oval in shape. This tree is noted for its improved performance in dry restricted growing areas such as areas close to pavement. The Green Mountain carries all of the characteristics of the Sugar Maple with the strong limbs and the gorgeous fall color and the seeds are inconspicuous and causes no significant litter problems.
The Green Mountain is used for wide tree lawns, screens, shade, and as specimen tree. It is also good street tree. The leathery leaves and durable foliage resists heat and drought. Sugar Maple is among the most shade tolerant of large deciduous trees. Like other maples, its shade tolerance is manifested in its ability to germinate and persist under a closed canopy as an understory plant.
'Brandywine', a red maple with long lasting, eye-catching fall color. Autumn coloration begins in mid-fall and lasts up to 14 days or more, gradually turning from red to a brilliant red-purple. A male selection, 'Brandywine' can be used in the landscape without fear of generating undesirable weedy seedlings. 'Brandywine' is oval in shape and exhibits significant tolerance to leafhopper, one of the major pests of landscape red maples.
Maple, 'October Glory' Acer rubrum 'October Glory' at Kentucky
Acer dissectum (Laceleaf) 'Crimson Queen'
Acer palmatum 'Sango Kaku'
JAPANESE MAPLE 'CORAL BARK'
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Sango Kaku Japanese Maple aka Coral Bark Maple is known for its striking red bark in the fall and winter.The leaves are mostly green with reddish and pinkish tinges when unfolding, becoming medium green in summer. Sango Kaku is a very attractive small to medium size tree.
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