A tall shrub or small tree up to 20’ high with a broad crown. Beautiful … Continued
browsing plants: trees — ornamental
Generally, trees are over 20′ tall and have woody, bark-covered trunks more than 2 inches in diameter at 4.5 feet about the ground. Ornamental trees have showy blooms, branches or trunks and grow no higher than 25-30′ tall. Shade trees grow three to four times that height. Find native trees on the native plant list.
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Outstanding glossy summer foliage changes to tints of yellow, red, and orange in the fall. … Continued
Native to southwestern and eastern Asia, this deciduous tree makes a statement with its powder-puff … Continued
A small, deciduous, usually multi-trunked understory tree or tall shrub which is native to thickets … Continued
Prefers full sun and requires minimal attention. Blue-green foliage, delicate 2” flower clusters and brilliant … Continued
Deciduous, early-flowering, large shrub or small tree typically grows 15-30’ tall. Showy, 5-petaled, slightly fragrant, … Continued
Grown as a shrub or small tree for its brilliant orange-red fall color and disease … Continued
This native understory tree or large shrub grows 15-20’ tall (sometimes to 30’) and occurs … Continued
Vigorous, fast-growing, medium-sized, native deciduous tree which occurs on floodplains, swampy bottomlands, and along streams. … Continued
Frans Fontaine Hornbeam is a dense deciduous tree with a narrowly upright and columnar growth … Continued
Native understory tree for shady landscapes and woodland gardens. New leaves emerge reddish-purple, changing to … Continued
A beautiful specimen tree with silvery blue to bluish-green needles. Develops an attractive, rugged form … Continued