Satomi Dogwood (Cornus kousa ‘Satomi’)

‘Satomi’ Dogwood is a pink-flowered variety of the Korean Dogwood. This slow growing deciduous tree has a rounded form with beautiful horizontal branching. Deep pink bracts surround inconspicuous flowers and emerge in late spring, often later than other dogwood...
Tall Stewartia (Stewartia monadelpha)

Tall Stewartia (Stewartia monadelpha)

  Stewartia monodelpha known commonly as Tall Stewartia or Orangebark Stewartia is a slow growing deciduous tree hardy in zones 6-8. Reaching a mature height of 20 to 25 feet and a spread of 15-25 feed this tree develops a rather symmetrical pyramidal crown in...

Acer platanoides ‘Pond’ (Emerald Lustre® Maple)

This fast growing Norway Maple variety forms a rounded canopy that is densely branched. Hardy in USDA Hardines Zones 3 to 7, this deciduous shade tree reaches heights of 45′ and spread of 40′. Medium green color in spring and summer turing yellow in the...

Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina)

Attractive, spreading small deciduous tree hardy in Zones 3-8. The new stem growth is covered in a reddish brown pubescence reminiscent of the new horns on a male deer, hence the name. As the stems mature the bark turns grey and are smooth in texture. Rapid growth...

European Beech (Fagus sylvatica)

This stately deciduous tree is native to Europe. Hardy to USDA Zones 4-7, it will reach 50-60′ in height and 35-45′ in general landscape cultivation, however can reach 100′. Rather slow growing and dense pyramidal to oval habit produces a eventual...

Amur Maple (Acer ginnala)

The Amur maple is a deciduous small tree or large shrub hardy to Zones 3-6. Often used in a landscape as a screen or massing plant due to its rather dense, compact habit. Mostly sold in the nursery trade as a multi-stemmed plant it can be trained and maintained as a...