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  • Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar

    Truly a unique tree, Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar has branches that feature a flowing effect, sometimes described as a cascading waterfall.

  • Eastern Redbud (aka ‘Judas Tree’)

    The Eastern Redbud’s foliage is rounded heart-shaped green foliage that turns to beautiful pinkish purple blossoms in early spring.

  • Yoshinio Cherry

    The Yoshino Cherry is highly celebrated for its spectacular showy blossoms in the early spring!

  • Royal Star Magnolia

    Smaller in stature than its Southern Magnolia cousins, this versatile tree is a great choice for most modern-day yards. Royal Star Magnolia is prized for its large, fragrant, starburst shaped blooms in early spring.

  • Northern Red Oak

    Classically handsome and known for its impressive fall color, long lifespan, value to wildlife, and its adaptability and hardiness in urban settings.

  • White Oak

    White Oak trees are native to North America and the gentle giants who live for centuries and harbor lots of wildlife.

  • Weeping Higan Cherry

    The Weeping Higan Cherry is a stunning accent tree featuring couds of double pale pink blossoms and graceful weeping boughs. It has dark green foliage following the blooms that turn yellow in the fall. Ideally should be grown in full sunlight sheltered from strong winds with well-drained soil; it will not tolerate standing water.

  • Gold Star Magnolia

    Magnolia ‘Gold Star’ is a delightful medium sized flowering tree that will usher in spring with its pale yellow blossoms.

  • Butterflies Magnolia

    Butterflies magnolia bears unusually large yellow flowers in spring, that are often fragrant.

  • Ann Magnolia

    Ann’ is primarily noted for its compact shrubby form, slightly fragrant purple-red flowers and late bloom (mid-April to early May).

  • Fiddle Leaf Fig

    The Fiddle Leaf Fig (or banjo fig) is native to Africa and has easily identifiable large, lyre-shaped, dark green leaves (to 18” long) which resemble the shape of a violin (fiddle). It is a broadleaf evergreen tree that may grow to 60-100’ tall in its native habitat, but indoors typically only reaches a 10′ height.

  • Kousa Dogwood

    The late blooming Kousa Dogwood (Chinese Dogwood) has a profusion of pale pinkish white spring flowers that show up later than other flowering dogwoods, and last for weeks and weeks! The Kousa has the additional benefit of being cold hardier than other flowering dogwoods.