Trees

Trees are often the centerpieces of a yard or landscape. Besides looking beautiful, trees serve many purposes. They help prevent erosion, produce oxygen, reduce carbon dioxide and provide much needed shade. In fact, a strategically planted tree can even help reduce your energy bills!

An improved Mountain Ash developed by Michigan State University. A straight growing trunk and uniform upright branching habit. Blooms in late spring followed by red fruit. Dark green leaves with a silvery underside turn orange-red in fall. A unique show piece for today's landscapes.

Beautiful small tree with upright, oval shape. White flower clusters in spring. Attractive, lobed, dark green leaves turn orange red in fall. Fairly slow growing. The red fruit attracts birds in winter. A colorful tree year-round. Native to North eastern Canada and US.

An upright oval tree with ascending branches. Interesting leaves lobed like an English Oak. White clustered flowers appear in spring are followed by orange-red fruit in fall and attracts birds in the winter. A cross between European and Swedish Mountain Ash selected in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Upright ornamental tree, rounded with maturity. White flower clusters in spring. Dark green, lobed leaves turn orange-red in fall. Orange fruit attracts birds in winter. Smooth bark. Useful as a specimen tree for the landscape, parks or as a small street.

An upright selection from Manitoba noted for hardiness and resistance to sunscald. Rounded with maturity. White clustered flowers appear in spring. Dark green leaves turn orange-red in fall. Orange fruit in winter. Useful as a specimen tree for the landscape or as a small street tree.

Upright pyramidal tree with an oval shape. Clusters of white flowers appear in spring. Dark green, lobed leaves turn orangy- red in fall. Orange-red fruit attracts birds in winter. Year round appeal. A showy specimen for the landscape, street tree or in a park setting.

Upright, pyramidal, very slow growing deciduous tree with compound dark green foliage in the summer turning shades of yellow and red in the fall. Small orange-red berry clusters of fruits form in early fall attracting birds. A unique show piece for today's landscapes.

An upright selection for hardiness and resistance to sunscald. Rounded with maturity. White clustered flowers in spring. Dark green leaves turn orange-red in fall. Orange fruit in winter. Useful as a specimen tree for the landscape or as a small street tree.

Beautiful hardwood shade tree with a tropical appearance bears delicious fruit. Dark green compounded lobed leaves that turn yellow in fall. In fall, rich sweet nuts are harvested green. Great for fresh use, baked goods, and desserts. Self-fertile.

Small irregular vase shaped tree with feathery fern like light green foliage. Attractive yellow pea shaped flowers in spring. Very hardy and drought tolerant. Soft yellow foliage in fall. Great accent for the landscape.

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