Crisp texture and good to eat as soon as harvested or for several months after … 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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‘Bartlett’ is the best known pear. Medium-sized or larger fruits are ripe when they turn … Continued
50’ tall, narrow, upright spire-like tree, used primarily as a sharp vertical accent or in … Continued
Apricot ‘Moorpark’ is the best red apricot with large firm fruits that are a favorite … Continued
‘Montmorency’ produces large, tart, red fruit. Firm, juicy, yellow flesh. Use for pies and canning. … Continued
A stunning weeping tree with striking early spring color. Trees are blanketed with beautiful, fragrant … Continued
‘Mount Royal’ is a very hardy self- fertile European plum with bluish-black freestone fruit that’s … Continued
A naturally weeping form covered with bright, snow white flowers on compact, hardy landscape specimen tree. Produces … Continued
Grows as a dense, upright-rounded tree 15-20’ tall. A very popular ornamental landscape tre with … Continued
calleryana ‘Aristocrat’ This upright-branched ornamental grows pyramidal to columnar in youth, but tends to become … Continued
Oaks are without doubt one of the most important trees of the Northern Hemisphere. Historically, … Continued
‘Purple Robe’ is tolerant of poor soil and drought, deer resistant, and fast growing tree … Continued