1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin City, 66006
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willow

Salix babylonica

These water-loving trees are also drought tolerant, and provide valuable wildlife habitat. A harbinger of … Continued

Sassafras

Sassafras albidum

Trees have three distinctly different 3-5” long leaves: three-lobed, mitten-shaped, and simple, that turn red, … Continued

baldcypress

Taxodium distichum

In its native swamp habitat, baldcypress raises conical “knees” from its roots to access oxygen. … Continued

weeping baldcypress

Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls'

Deciduous conifer with a weeping habit off a central leader and narrow bright green leaves … Continued

arborvitae

Thuja species

occidentalis ‘DeGroot’s Spire’  Hard-working, versatile, native evergreen. The narrow, pyramid shape makes it a natural … Continued

linden

Tilia cordata

‘Greenspire’ A transplant from Europe, where it has been put to use as a shade … Continued

American elm

Ulmus americana

‘Valley Forge’ This Dutch elm disease tolerant was selected after 20 years of research. Classic … Continued

weeping Nootka falsecypress

Xanthocyparis nootkatensis (formerly Chamaecyparis nootkatensis) ‘Pendula’

Medium to large size pyramidal tree has drooping branchlets with dark gray-green foliage that drapes … Continued

Japanese zelkova

Zelkova serrata

‘Green Vase’ Japanese zelkova is a good street and shade tree with vase-shaped form with … Continued