White Ash (Fraxinus Americana)

White Ash (Fraxinus Americana) Habitat.—Rich or moist woods, fields and pastures, near streams. USDA Zone 3-9 Newfoundland and Nova Scotia to Ontario. Maine,—very common, often forming large forest areas; in the other New England states, widely distributed, but seldom...

Weeping Willow (Salix babylonica)

This hardy deciduous tree thrives in USDA Zones 4-10 and is well adapted for planting in wet areas. Easily identified by their graceful weeping branches and oversized mounding crown. Reaching heights of 40 to 50 feet and will spread 25-50 feet wide. Due to its size...

Black Tupelo (Nyssa sylvatica)

  Black Tupelo also known as Black Gum, Sour Gum as well as Pepperidge is a slow growing deciduous tree hardy in zones 3 to 9. Growing 30-50 feet tall and 20-30 feet wide at maturity this rather excellent specimen tree is difficult to transplant as a result of a...

Corneliancherry Dogwood (Cornus mas)

This rather large multi-stemmed shrub will reach 20-25 feet tall and 15-20 feet in width. With maintenance one can prune the lower branches and train this as a small tree. Its growth rate tends to be rather even, not a very fast grower. Hardy in Zones 4-8 this slender...

Purple Robe Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Purple Robe’)

  The Purple Robe Locust is a deciduous tree, reaching mature heights of 30-50 feet and 20-35 feet wide. The crown of this tree is upright and rounded in growth and considerably more dense than the regular Black Locust. Hardy in USDA hardiness zones 4-8. Compound...