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Brandon Elm

Ulmus americana ‘Brandon’

Tree: Elm

Height: 50-60′ Width: 30-33′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast-growing, vase-shaped, long lived and hardy tree. More compact selection of American Elm with great prairie hardiness. Dark-green, saw-toothed foliage turns yellow-golden in fall. Excellent shade or privacy tree for large areas and makes a good boulevard tree. Very adaptable and tolerant of most urban pollution, and once established, dry conditions and some standing water. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. To prevent Dutch Elm disease, pruning Elm, including dead or dying branches, is prohibited from April 1 to September 30 (peak beetle activity occurs at this time) and should be done late winter/early spring.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Pin Cherry

Prunus pensylvanica

Tree: Ornamental Cherry & Plum

Height: 16-20′ Width: 10′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Small, upright, oval, hardy feature tree that is great for small yards. Before foliage emerges, tree is covered in white spring blooms which turn into small, red, sour, edible cherries in late summer that can be used for jelly. Self-fertile. Attractive reddish bark; shiny green foliage turns yellow to orange-red in fall. Good specimen tree for small yards. Needs well-drained, sandy soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Little pruning needed; if necessary prune after flowering, for major pruning wait until late winter/early spring, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Sweetheart Mayday

Prunus padus ‘Sweetheart’

Tree: Ornamental Cherry & Plum

Height: 16-18′ Width: 6-10′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Upright, small, hardy tree with long clusters of light pink, fragrant spring flowers that mature to black, small fruit in summer and attracts birds. Pointy, green and burgundy foliage with a smooth, brown-grey bark. Great specimen or small yard tree. Does not tolerate standing water; does best in well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary in late winter/early spring; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Mayday

Prunus padus commutata

Tree: Ornamental Cherry & Plum

Height: 26-33′ Width: 26′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Rounded, dense, hardy tree known for its beautiful, fragrant display of white spring flowers that cover the entire tree in long clusters. Green, pointy foliage leafs out early and turns yellow to orange in fall. Small, black fruit in summer attracts birds. Great accent, shade, or privacy tree. Does not tolerate standing water; does best in well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary in late winter/early spring; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Princess Kay Plum

Prunus nigra ‘Princess Kay’

Tree: Ornamental Cherry & Plum

Height: 16′ Width: 10-12′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Spectacular show of double, white, fragrant spring blooms cover the tree before green foliage emerges. Yellow-orange fall colour and small, sparse, if any, yellow-red, ornamental fruit. Purple/black bark with white markings add winter contrast. Great as a hardy specimen tree for small yards. Do not plant in low-lying areas; prefers well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune immediately after flowering if necessary; for major pruning wait until late winter/early spring, suckers and dead branches can be pruned anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Ming Cherry

Prunus maackii ‘Ming’

Tree: Ornamental Cherry & Plum

Height: 10-15′ Width: 10-12′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Small, compact, hardy specimen tree. Clusters of white, spring blooms cover the tree, maturing to small, ornamental, black fruit. Green, glossy foliage turns yellow to orange in fall with exfoliating, reddish bark that adds winter interest. Great small specimen tree with multi-seasonal interest. Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Needs little pruning; if necessary prune after flowering, for major pruning wait til late winter/early spring.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Amur Cherry

Prunus maackii

Tree: Ornamental Cherry & Plum

Height: 26′ Width: 20-23′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Small, rounded tree with striking, coppery-golden, exfoliating bark that adds winter interest. Clusters of white spring blooms are followed by black, tiny fruit that attracts birds. Green foliage turns bright yellow in fall. Specimen tree with multi-seasonal interest. Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Needs little pruning; if necessary prune after flowering, for major pruning wait til late winter/early spring, dead branches can be pruned anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Tristis Poplar

Populus x ‘Tristis’

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 40-50′ Width: 26-30′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast growing, rounded, very hardy tree. Strongly fragrant balsam scented buds in spring followed by dark green foliage, then yellow in fall. Excellent acreage tree for shelterbelt or windbreak. Plant 12′ apart when using as a windbreak. Poplars grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune in late winter/early spring as needed, suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select bareroot and potted sizes.

Northwest Poplar

Populus x jackii ‘Northwest’

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 50-60′ Width: 30-40′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Very large, fast growing, broad tree. Large, dark-green, heart shaped foliage matures to yellow in fall. Very hardy selection that is recommended for shelterbelts, windbreaks or shade in a large area. Plant 15′ apart when using as a windbreak. Poplars grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select bareroot and potted sizes.

Prairie Sky Poplar

Populus x canadensis ‘Prairie Sky’

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 40-50′ Width: 5-12′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast growing, columnar, dense, very hardy and long living tree. Deep green foliage turns yellow in fall. Upright form makes it great for windbreaks and shelterbelts. Plant 5-10′ apart when using as a windbreak. Poplars grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select bareroot, potted and caliper sizes.

Tower Poplar

Populus x canescens ‘Tower’

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 33-40′ Width: 6-8′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Columnar, dense, fast growing, hardy tree.
Green leaves with silvery underside mature to yellow in fall. Disease resistant, seedless tree with a spreading habit. Excellent screen, windbreak or privacy tree. Plant 3-4′ apart, minimum, when planting as a windbreak. Poplars grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select bareroot, potted and caliper sizes.

Brooks Poplar

Populus x ‘Brooks’

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 40-50′ Width: 30′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast growing, upright, hardy tree. Rough bark with dark, shiny leaves that turn yellow in fall. Mainly used as shelterbelt tree on acreages. Plant 15′ apart when using as a windbreak. Poplars grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select bareroot and potted sizes.

Assiniboine Poplar

Populus x ‘Assiniboine’

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 50′ Width: 16-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Fast growing, upright, somewhat narrow, hardy tree. Large, heart shaped leaves turn yellow in fall. Excellent shelterbelt or windbreak tree. Plant 12′ apart when using as a windbreak. Poplars grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select bareroot, potted and caliper sizes.

Sundancer Poplar

Populus x ‘ACWS151’

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 40-50′ Width: 10-13′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast growing, dense, columnar, very hardy tree. Long living, disease resistant selection. Green, heart shaped foliage turns yellow in fall. Excellent windbreak, shelterbelt, or shade tree. Plant 6-7′ part when using as a windbreak. Poplars grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select potted sizes.

Prairie Skyrise Trembling Aspen

Populus tremuloides ‘Prairie Skyrise’

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 33-40′ Width: 5-7′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Fast growing, very dense, columnar tree. Deep green foliage that matures to golden-yellow in fall. Disease resistant; excellent as screen or windbreak tree, especially in urban or small areas, as it has little or no suckers. Plant 3-4′ apart, minimum, when planting as a solid ‘wall’ or windbreak. Aspen grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select potted sizes.

Quaking/Trembling Aspen

Populus tremuloides

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 50′ Width: 20-26′
Sun: Full to Part Sun Zone: 2

Rounded, wide canopy on this hardy, fast growing tree. Smooth, pale bark is almost white and a great feature. Dark green, rounded foliage known for trembling in light wind, turns a warm yellow in fall. Attractive planted in groups; sometimes sold as ‘clumps’ or multistem. Good specimen tree or for naturalization and reclamation projects. Aspen grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Swedish Columnar Aspen

Populus tremula ‘Erecta’

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 33-40′ Width: 5-6′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Fast growing, narrow, columnar, hardy tree with twisted branches. New foliage emerges bronze, matures to green, then yellow in fall. Great screen, windbreak, or privacy tree, especially in urban areas as it has little to no suckers. Plant 3-4′ apart, minimum, when planting as a solid ‘wall’ or windbreak. Aspen grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select bareroot, potted and caliper sizes.

Sargent/Plains Poplar

Populus ‘Sargentii’

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 60′ Width: 30-33′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast growing, rounded, hardy tree with high, spreading branches. Heart-shaped, green foliage becomes yellow in fall. Smooth, grey-brown bark matures to furrowed with age. Great shelterbelt or windbreak tree. Plant 15′ apart when using as a windbreak. Poplars grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select bareroot, potted, and caliper sizes.

Bailey's Select Schubert Chokecherry

Prunus virginiana ‘Bailey Select’

Tree: Ornamental Cherry & Plum

Height: 26′ Width: 20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast growing, rounded, dense, hardy tree with a light gray trunk. Clusters of long, white, spring flowers cover the tree in spring and change into small, red-black fruit in summer that attracts birds. Green foliage matures to purple in early summer, adding great colour contrast. Good specimen or privacy tree. Drought tolerant once established; requires moist, well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune right after flowering; for major pruning late winter/early spring is best; prune suckers as soon as they appear, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Spur Schubert Chokecherry

Prunus virginiana ‘Spur’

Tree: Ornamental Cherry & Plum

Height: 18-20′ Width: 13-15′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Oval, dense, small, very hardy tree known for its foliage colour. Foliage emerges green in spring, matures to purple in summer and then purple-red in fall; gray coloured trunk. Long clusters of white spring flowers turn into small, black fruit that attracts birds. Great colour contrast specimen tree. Requires moist, well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune right after flowering; for major pruning wait until late winter/early spring is best; prune suckers as soon as they appear, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

American Elm

Ulmus americana

Tree: Elm

Height: 50-60′ Width: 40-50′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Stately, fast growing, hardy tree with a spreading, vase-shaped canopy. Dense, saw-toothed, dark green foliage turns yellow-golden in fall. Excellent shade tree for large areas such as parks. Very adaptable and tolerant of most urban pollution, and once established, dry conditions and some standing water. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. To prevent Dutch Elm disease, pruning Elm, including dead or dying branches, is prohibited from April 1 to September 30 (peak beetle activity occurs at this time) and should be done late winter/early spring.

Available in select potted sizes.

Dropmore Linden

Tilia x flavescens ‘Dropmore’

Tree: Linden

Height: 33-40′ Width: 23-33′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Dense, pyramidal, hardy tree. Tiny clusters of fragrant, light-yellow blooms in early summer. Smooth, gray bark and straight trunk with large, heart-shaped, dark-green foliage that turns yellow in fall. Very low maintenance making it an excellent shade, lawn, or street tree. Sometimes known as basswood or lime tree. Prefers moist, well-drained, fertile soil; avoid very dry or very exposed sites. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Requires very little to no pruning; if needed, prune while dormant in late winter/early spring, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Little Leaf Linden

Tilia cordata

Tree: Linden

Height: 30′ Width: 26′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Pyramidal, dense, elegant tree. Small clusters of fragrant, yellow flowers in early summer. Heart-shaped, dark-green leaves mature to yellow in fall; straight, smooth trunk. Very low maintenance making it an excellent shade, lawn, or street tree. Sometimes known as basswood or lime tree. Prefers moist, well-drained, fertile soil; avoid very dry or very exposed sites. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Requires very little to no pruning; if needed, prune while dormant in late winter/early spring, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Snowdance Japanese Tree Lilac

Syringa reticulata ‘Bailnce’

Tree: Tree Lilac

Height: 16-20′ Width: 16-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Rounded, spreading crown on this ornamental tree. Exceptionally heavy bloomer of fragrant, large panicles of creamy-white flowers in early summer with few seed heads. Dense, large, dark-green foliage matures to yellow in fall; attractive cherry-like bark. Non suckering and pest free making it great it for small yards or as a feature tree. Prefers well-drained soil; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Little pruning is needed; if required, prune right after blooming so next years flower buds can set, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Ivory Silk Tree Lilac

Syringa reticulata ‘Ivory Silk’

Tree: Tree Lilac

Height: 23-26′ Width: 16-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Small, upright, oval, ornamental tree. Many showy, creamy-white, fragrant blooms in early summer and cherry-like bark; needs full sun for best flowering. Dense, dark green foliage matures to yellow in fall. Non-suckering and low maintenance: great as a feature tree and for small yards. Prefers well-drained soil; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Little pruning is needed; if required, prune right after blooming so next years flower buds can set, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Japanese Tree Lilac

Syringa reticulata

Tree: Tree Lilac

Height: 16-20′ Width: 16-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Small, rounded, dense, specimen tree. Beautiful show of large panicles of creamy-white, fragrant flowers in early summer; needs full sun for best flowering. Dark green, heart shaped foliage turns yellow to light purple in fall with cherry brown bark. Non-suckering tree that does great in small areas, or as a feature tree. Prefers well-drained soil; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Little pruning is needed; if required, prune right after blooming so next years flower buds can set, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Showy Mountain Ash

Sorbus decora

Tree: Mountain Ash

Height: 20-26′ Width: 16-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Small, slow-growing, showy ornamental tree. Clusters of white spring blooms turn into red berries that persist into winter and attract birds. Dark-green, lobed foliage turns a brilliant orange-red in fall. Showy specimen tree for small yards. Mountain ash need fertile, well-drained soil, light sandy is preferred; do not plant in low-lying, wet areas or in compacted soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Little pruning needed, if necessary prune in late winter/early spring while tree is dormant, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Russian Mountain Ash

Sorbus aucuparia ‘Rossica’

Tree: Mountain Ash

Height: 26-30′ Width: 13′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Upright, oval, showy accent tree. Dense, feather-shaped, compound, green leaves turns a beautiful orange-red in fall. White, spring bloom clusters turn into bright orange, ornamental fall berries that persist into winter and attract birds. Shiny, grey bark. Attractive specimen tree for small yards. Mountain ash need fertile, well-drained soil, light sandy is preferred; do not plant in low-lying, wet areas or in compacted soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Little pruning needed, if necessary prune in late winter/early spring while tree is dormant, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Pyramidal Mountain Ash

Sorbus aucuparia ‘Fastigiata’

Tree: Mountain Ash

Height: 20′ Width: 7-10′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Narrow, columnar, slow growing accent tree. Dense, compound, dark-green foliage that turns a striking yellow to orange-red in fall. Clusters of white spring flowers turn into orange-red berries in fall that persist into winter and attract birds. Excellent specimen tree or used for narrow and small spaces. Mountain ash need fertile, well-drained soil, light sandy is preferred; do not plant in low-lying, wet areas or in compacted soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Little pruning needed, if necessary prune in late winter/early spring while tree is dormant, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

American Mountain Ash

Sorbus americana

Tree: Mountain Ash

Height: 20-26′ Width: 16-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Small, oval, slow-growing ornamental tree. White, spring flower clusters mature to red berries in fall that persist into winter and attract birds. Compound, green foliage turns orange to scarlet red in fall. Smooth, gray bark. Great specimen tree for small yards. Mountain ash need fertile, well-drained soil, light sandy is preferred; do not plant in low-lying, wet areas or in compacted soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Little pruning needed, if necessary prune in late winter/early spring while tree is dormant, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Prairie Cascade Weeping Willow

Salix x ‘Prairie Cascade’

Tree: Willow

Height: 33-40′ Width: 26-30′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast growing, graceful weeping, hardy tree. Golden branches and glossy, dark green, dense foliage that matures to yellow in fall. Great specimen tree for large areas; avoid planting close to buildings because of its aggressive root system. Willows do great in wet or low-lying areas and are adaptable to many soil conditions, including poor soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Little pruning necessary; if needed prune in late winter/early spring, while dormant, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Laurel Leaf Willow

Salix pentandra

Tree: Willow

Height: 40-50′ Width: 30-40′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast growing, rounded, hardy tree. Shiny, dark green, dense foliage is retained long into the season, turning yellow in fall. Interesting, furrowed bark. Excellent large-area shade tree or for shelterbelt use. Plant 10-12′ apart when planting as a windbreak. Avoid planting close to buildings because of its aggressive root system. Willows do great in wet or low-lying areas and are adaptable to many soil conditions, including poor soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune when needed in late winter/early spring, while dormant; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select bareroot, potted and caliper sizes.

Golden Willow

Salix alba ‘Vitellina’

Tree: Willow

Height: 40-50′ Width: 30-33′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Very hardy, fast growing, low-branched tree. Dense, glossy, bright green foliage matures to yellow in fall. Golden branches are especially showy in winter. Great windbreak or shelterbelt tree; avoid planting near buildings because of its aggressive root system. Plant 10-12′ when using as a windbreak tree. Willows do great in wet or low-lying areas and are adaptable to many soil conditions, including poor soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune back branches to encourage new growth in late winter/early spring; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select bareroot sizes.

Silver/Silverleaf Willow

Salix alba ‘Sericea’

Tree: Willow

Height: 40-50′ Width: 20-30′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast growing, hardy tree with a rounded canopy. Silvery, narrow foliage and reddish-green twigs that mature to yellow-orange bark with age. Flowering catkins appear in spring. Good large shelterbelt tree for wet areas; aggressive root system, do not plant near buildings. Plant 12-15′ apart when used as a windbreak. Willows do great in wet or low-lying areas and are adaptable to many soil conditions, including poor soil. Prune when needed in late winter/early spring, while dormant; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select bareroot, potted and caliper sizes.

Regal Prince Oak

Quercus x warei ‘Long’

Tree: Oak

Height: 40′ Width: 15-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 4

Long-lived, vigorous-growing, columnar, dense tree. Dark green, lobed foliage has a silvery underside and yellow-brown fall colour. Great as a vertical accent or specimen tree; prefers a sheltered area in zone 3. Resistant to air pollution; tolerates wet or dry conditions once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Very little pruning necessary, if needed prune in late winter/early spring while tree is dormant, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Bur Oak

Quercus macrocarpa

Tree: Oak

Height: 33-50′ Width: 30-33′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Long-lived, slow-growing, hardy and reliable tree. Dark green, glossy, lobed foliage turns yellow to amber in fall; rounded, open canopy. Acorn nuts and corky, ridged bark appear with maturity. Specimen or street tree for large areas. Prefers moist, well-drained, fertile soil but tolerates drought once established. Great street tree as it is resistant to air pollutants. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune while dormant, in late winter/early spring, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Muckle Plum

Prunus x nigrella ‘Muckle’

Tree: Ornamental Cherry & Plum

Height: 13-16′ Width: 10′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Small, rounded, ornamental tree covered with bright red buds that turn into clusters of pink, fragrant blooms in spring. Glossy, green, pointy foliage emerges after blooms open and turns yellow-orange in fall. Very hardy, non-fruiting, specimen tree great for small areas. Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Little pruning necessary, if needed prune right after flowering; for major pruning late winter/early spring is best, dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Balsam Poplar

Populus balsamifera

Tree: Poplar & Aspen

Height: 40-50′ Width: 30-35′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Fast growing, upright, hardy tree. Fragrant, sticky buds in spring open to glossy, blue-green foliage that matures to yellow in fall; smooth bark becomes furrowed with age. Mainly used as shelterbelt or windbreak tree that prefers to be in a wet location. Plant 15′ apart when used as a windbreak. Poplars grow best in moist, rich soil but can grow in a wide variety of soils and are very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune while dormant as needed, late winter/early spring is best; suckers should be pruned down as soon as they appear.

Available in select bareroot and potted sizes.

Pink Spires Crabapple

Malus x ‘Pink Spires’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 16-20′ Width: 13-16′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Narrow, dense tree covered with showy, pink, spring blooms that mature to small, purple-red fruit that persist over winter. In spring leaves open purple-red then turn green-bronze and finally yellow-orange in fall. Good specimen tree for narrow areas and small yards. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter; suckers can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

PAPER BIRCH

Betula papyrifera

Tree: Birch

Height: 40′ Width: 20-30′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Rounded, dense, hardy tree. Oval, toothed green foliage turns yellow in fall. Reddish bark matures to white, papery texture with age. Can be grown as single or multi-stemmed clumps. Great specimen tree or used in groupings for a natural look. Birch need very moist, rich, fertile, and well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.
Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Ohio Buckeye

Aesculus glabra

Tree: Ohio Buckey

Height: 26′ Width: 20-23′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Very hardy, rounded, slow-growing accent tree. Dense canopy of large, palm-shaped green leaves that turn yellow to orange-red in fall. Masses of white-yellow, orchid-like spring blooms followed by large, brown, inedible seed capsules. Best fall colour with warm, sunny temperatures. Excellent as a showy specimen tree. Tolerates a wide variety of well-drained soil conditions. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary while dormant; late winter/early spring is best.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Sienna Glen Maple

Acer x freemanii ‘Sienna’

Tree: Maple

Height: 50′ Width: 30-40′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 4

Vigorous, large, pyramidal-shaped tree with green foliage turning yellow-red in fall. Used as a large specimen tree. Needs a sheltered location in zone 3. Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Prefers acidic soil that is moist and well-drained but is drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Autumn Blaze Maple

Acer x freemanii ‘Jeffersred’

Tree: Maple

Height: 50′ Width: 40′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 4

Large, oval shaped tree with green, deeply lobed foliage that turns brilliant red in fall. Large specimen tree. Does best in a wind-protected, warm, southern location in zone 3. Prefers moist, well-drained soil but is drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Hot Wings Tartarian Maple

Acer tataricum ‘Gar Ann’

Tree: Maple

Height: 20-23′ Width: 13-16′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Dense, upright-spreading form on this prairie hardy maple. Green, serrated foliage turns yellow to orange in fall. Bright red samaras stand out in summer. Great medium-sized specimen tree or used as a boulevard tree. Drought and alkaline soil tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Silver Queen Maple

Acer saccharinum ‘Silver Queen’

Tree: Maple

Height: 40-50′ Width: 40-50′
Sun: Full to Part Sun Zone: 3

Large, rounded, tree with dark-green foliage and silver-white underside maturing to a yellow fall colour. Excellent shade or privacy tree. Prefers moist, well-drained soil but adapts to a variety of soils once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Silver Cloud Maple

Acer saccharinum ‘Silver Cloud’

Tree: Maple

Height: 50′ Width: 30-40′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Fast growing, hardy maple for the prairies. Upright, oval shape with silvery-green foliage maturing to yellow in fall. Smooth, gray bark. Great for large areas, as a shade or specimen tree. Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Fall Fiesta Sugar Maple

Acer rubrum ‘Bailsta’

Tree: Maple

Height: 50-60′ Width: 33-40′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 4

Upright, rounded, dense canopy with thick, glossy, dark-green leaves that turn intense shades of orange, red and yellow in fall. Used as a large specimen tree. Needs a sheltered location in zone 3. Prefers acidic soil that is moist and well-drained. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Snowbird Hawthorn

Crataegus x mordenensis ‘Snowbird’

Tree: Hawthorn

Height: 20′ Width: 16-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Green, glossy, lobed leaves and upright, spreading form on this small tree. Fragrant, double white flowers in spring turn into red, ornamental fall berries. Interesting, twisted trunk with some thorns. Good as a specimen tree. Drought tolerant once established; prefers well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune after flowering if necessary; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Russian Olive

Elaeagnus angustifolia

Tree: Russian Olive

Height: 23-30′ Width: 20-23′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Very hardy, fast growing tree with striking silver foliage that provides great color contrast. Scented, small, yellow spring blooms followed by silver berries. Used as a colour-contrast specimen tree or for screens and windbreaks. Requires well-drained soil; very high tolerance to salt, heat, and drought once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary while dormant; late winter/early spring is best; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Toba Hawthorn

Crataegus x mordenensis ‘Toba’

Tree: Hawthorn

Height: 20′ Width: 16-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Upright, spreading canopy on this small tree. Glossy, green foliage with fragrant, double spring flowers that open white and mature to pink, followed by red, ornamental fall berries. Interesting, twisted trunk with some thorns. Showy specimen tree. Drought tolerant once established; prefers well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune after flowering if necessary; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in selected potted sizes.

Excel Green Ash™

Fraxinus excelsior ‘Excel’

Tree: Ash

Height: 40-50′ Width: 33-40′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Very hardy, seedless selection. Upright, rounded crown with compact, green leaflets that mature to yellow in early fall. Great low-maintenance shade or windbreak tree. Plant 12-15′ apart when using as a windbreak. Alkaline and drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Requires little pruning, if necessary prune while dormant; late winter/early spring is best; dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Manitoba Maple/Box-Elder

Acer negundo

Tree: Maple

Height: 40-50′ Width: 25-30′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Very hardy, fast growing maple with a large, irregular growing canopy. Smooth, grey-brown bark and compound leaves that are bright green, maturing to yellow in fall. Excellent shade or shelterbelt tree. Very adaptable to different soil types, tolerant of drought and wet sites alike. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted, caliper and bareroot sizes.

Amur Maple

Acer ginnala

Tree: Maple

Height: 16-20′ Width: 12-16′
Sun: Full to Part Sun Zone: 3

Small, graceful tree with glossy-green, lobed foliage that turns a brilliant orange to scarlet-red in fall. Small, yellow spring blooms. Good as a small specimen tree. Prefers acidic, well-drained soil. Very hardy and drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Crimson King Norway Maple

Acer platanoides ‘Crimson King’

Tree: Maple

Height: 33-40′ Width: 26-30′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 4

Striking, deep-purple, lobed foliage on an oval, dense canopy. Tiny yellow spring blooms and grey bark. Prefers acidic soil that is moist and well-drained. Good large specimen tree. Needs a sheltered location in zone 3. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Japanese Maple

Acer palmatum

Tree: Maple

Height: 6-10′ Width: 6-10′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 5

Dense, rounded canopy on this specimen tree. New emerging, crimson spring foliage turns dark purple-red, then scarlet in fall. Only survives as a patio plant in Zone 3 climates. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Crimson Sentry Norway Maple

Acer platanoides ‘Crimson Sentry’

Tree: Maple

Height: 26′ Width: 13-16′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 4

Upright, columnar, densely leafed specimen tree. Green-yellow spring flowers and purple-red foliage maturing to deep purple in fall. Good specimen plant for narrow spaces. Needs a sheltered location in zone 3. Prefers acidic soil that is moist and well-drained. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Cutleaf Weeping Birch

Betula pendula ‘Lacinata’

Tree: Birch

Height: 40-50′ Width: 26-30′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Elegant, weeping, dense tree with delicate, serrated green foliage that turns yellow in fall. Attractive, peeling bark turns white with maturity. Great as a large specimen or shade tree. Birch need very moist, rich, fertile, and well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Young's Weeping Birch

Betula pendula ‘Youngii’

Tree: Birch

Height: 10-20′ Width: 6-16′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Hardy, small, slow growing, graceful tree with irregular, weeping branches. Round, serrated, green foliage turns yellow in fall. Attractive white bark peels with maturity. Used as a small specimen tree. Birch need very moist, rich, fertile, and well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Thunderchild Crabapple

Malus x ‘Thunderchild’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 16-20′ Width: 16′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Rounded, spreading, small tree with purple foliage. Dark pink, spring blooms are followed by small, purple-red, ornamental fall fruit that persist into winter. Very fireblight resistant. Good specimen tree for small areas. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter; suckers can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Spring Snow Crabapple

Malus x ‘Spring Snow’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 20-26′ Width: 13-16′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Fruitless, rounded, dense, hardy ornamental tree. Entire tree is covered with fragrant, white spring blooms that start out as pink buds. Glossy green foliage turns yellow in fall. Great low-maintenance specimen tree. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter; suckers can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Selkirk Crabapple

Malus x ‘Selkirk’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 20′ Width: 16-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Rounded, spreading, hardy tree with fragrant, pink spring blooms that mature to small, red, ornamental fruit that persists into winter. Red-green foliage turns yellow-orange in fall. Used as a specimen tree. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter; suckers can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Makamik Crabapple

Malus x ‘Makamik’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 20-26′ Width: 16-20′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Rounded, spreading, hardy tree covered with large, pink-red, spring blooms that mature to small, purple-red ornamental fruit that persists into winter. Bronze foliage turns yellow-orange in fall. Good accent tree. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter; suckers can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Starlite Crabapple

Malus x ‘Jeflite’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 20-26′ Width: 13-16′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Upright, dense, ornamental tree with dark green, glossy foliage turns yellow-orange in fall. Red buds open to white, fragrant spring blooms that mature to tiny, red, ornamental fall fruit that persists into winter. Highly disease resistant. Showy specimen tree for small yards. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter; suckers can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Emerald Spire Columnar Crabapple

AMalus x ‘Jefgreen’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 16-20′ Width: 5-6′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Columnar, very compact tree with disease resistant, green, purple-tipped foliage that turns yellow-golden in fall. Pink buds open to pink-white, single blooms in spring and are followed by small, red fruit in fall. Great as a small accent tree or for narrow spaces. Prefers moist, well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter.

Available in select potted sizes.

Courageous Crabapple

Malus x ‘DurLawrence’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 10-20′ Width: 5-10′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Small, oval, hardy ornamental tree with little to no fruit. Bright pink spring blooms and bronze-red foliage which matures to green, then yellow-orange in fall. Great specimen tree for small areas. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter; suckers can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Gladiator Crabapple

Malus x adstringens ‘Durleo’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 20′ Width: 10-13′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Upright, columnar, showy tree with masses of pink spring blooms that mature to small, purple-red, ornamental fruit that persists into winter. Striking, bronze-purple foliage that adds great colour contrast. Showy specimen tree for small yards. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter; suckers can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Rosthern Crabapple

Malus baccata ‘Rosthern’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 16-20′ Width: 6′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Narrow, columnar growth habit on this hardy, ornamental tree. Fragrant, white spring blooms cover the tree and are followed by small, red, ornamental fruit that persists into winter. Good showy accent tree for narrow spaces and small yards. Green foliage turns yellow in fall. Great feature tree or for small areas. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter; suckers can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Almey Crabapple

Malus ‘Almey’

Tree: Ornamental Crabapple

Height: 16-20′ Width: 13′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Hardy, upright, small ornamental tree with burgundy new foliage that mature to bronze-green. Large, deep-rose, spring flowers mature to small, green-red, ornamental fruit. Good specimen tree for small yards. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. If necessary, prune immediately after flowering so next spring’s flower buds can form, for major pruning wait until late winter; suckers can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Northern Acclaim Honeylocust

Gleditsia triacanthos ‘Harve’

Tree: Honeylocust

Height: 36′ Width: 33′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Exotic-looking tree with finely textured, compound, green foliage that turns yellow in fall. Upright, open canopy with horizontally tiered branches. Specimen tree in sheltered areas. Requires well-protected, sunny area to thrive in Zone 3; drought and salt tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary while dormant; late winter/early spring is best; dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Prairie Spire Green Ash

Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘Rugby’

Tree: Ash

Height: 50′ Width: 23-30′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Very hardy, seedless tree with a tight, narrow, dense canopy. Dark green foliage turns yellow-gold in early fall. Excellent low-maintenance shade, street, median, or windbreak tree. Plant 12-15′ apart when using as a windbreak. Alkaline soil tolerant; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Requires little pruning, if necessary prune while dormant; late winter/early spring is best; dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Walker Weeping Caragana

Acer palmatum

Tree: Caragana

Height: 3-5′ Width: 3-4′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Top grafted, graceful, weeping, specimen tree. Yellow, pea-like blooms in early summer, along feathery, fern-like green foliage that turns yellow in fall. Very hardy; drought and salt tolerant once established. Intolerant of wet, low-lying areas. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary while dormant; late winter/early spring is best; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Sutherland Caragana

Caragana arborescens ‘Sutherland’

Tree: Maple

Height: 16′ Width: 5-7′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Tall, narrow, upright, multi-stemmed tree; excellent for small spaces. Yellow, pea-like blooms in early summer with green foliage that turns yellow in fall. Useful as a screen when planted in a row or used as a vertical accent. Very hardy; drought and salt tolerant once established. Intolerant of wet, low-lying areas. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary while dormant; late winter/early spring is best; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Weeping Caragana

Caragana arborescens ‘Pendula’

Tree: Caragana

Height: 4-5′ Width: 3-4′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 2

Top grafted, weeping, specimen tree with yellow, pea-like blooms in early summer. Dense, small green leaves turn yellow in fall. Very hardy; drought and salt tolerant once established. Intolerant of wet, low-lying areas. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary while dormant; late winter/early spring is best; suckers and dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Parkland Pillar Birch

Betula platyphylla ‘Jefpark’

Tree: Birch

Height: 26-30′ Width: 6-8′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Columnar, very dense and narrow tree. White, papery bark with green foliage turning gold-yellow in fall. Good specimen tree for narrow spaces or used as a privacy screen in a wind-protected area. Birch need very moist, rich, fertile, and well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Dakota Pinnacle Birch

Betula platyphylla ‘Fargo’

Tree: Birch

Height: 20-30′ Width: 8-10′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Columnar, narrow, showy tree. Dense, pointy, green foliage turns yellow in fall. Papery bark matures to yellow-white. Good specimen tree for narrow spaces or used as a privacy screen in a wind-protected area. Birch need very moist, rich, fertile, and well-drained soil. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.

Deborah Norway Maple

Acer platanoides ‘Deborah’

Tree: Maple

Height: 40-45′ Width: 30-35′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 4

Oval, rounded tree with attractive, true maple-leaf foliage that emerges bright red, matures to deep maroon and finally to dark green in summer, then golden yellow to orange in fall. Small, yellow flower clusters in spring before the foliage appears and smooth, grey bark. Good specimen tree. Prefers moist, acidic, well-drained soil but is very adaptable. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select caliper sizes.

Shrubs & Roses
Amur Maple-Shrub Form

Acer ginnala

Shrub: Maple

Height: 16′ Width: 12-16′
Sun: Full to Part Sun Zone: 3

Graceful, shrub form of Amur Maple tree. Large shrub with a spreading form. Glossy-green, lobed foliage that turns a brilliant orange to scarlet-red in fall. Small, yellow spring blooms. Good large specimen shrub. Prefers acidic, well-drained soil. Very hardy; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Flame Amur Maple

Acer ginnala ‘Flame’ 

Shrub: Maple

Height: 16-18′ Width: 12-15′
Sun: Full to Part Sun Zone: 3

Upright, showy, shrub form Amur Maple. Large shrub with a spreading form. Small, yellow spring blooms and dark-green, lobed foliage that turns a striking scarlet-red in fall. Displays abundant showy, brilliant red samaras in summer. Great large accent shrub. Prefers acidic, well-drained soil. Very hardy; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Japanese Maple-Shrub Form

Acer palmatum

Shrub: Maple

Height: 6-10′ Width: 6-10′
Sun: Full to Part Sun Zone: 5

Dense, rounded canopy on this specimen, large, very showy shrub. New emerging, crimson spring foliage turns dark purple-red, then scarlet in fall. Only survives as a patio plant in Zone 3 climates. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary only when tree is in full-leaf, about beginning of July.

Available in select potted sizes.

Autumn Magic Chokeberry

Aronia melanocarpa ‘Autumn Magic’

Shrub: Chokeberry

Height: 4-5′ Width: 4-5′
Sun: Full to Part Sun Zone:

Compact, upright spreading form on this hardy shrub. Small clusters of white spring blooms and glossy, dark-green, oval foliage that turns a brilliant scarlet-red in fall. Glossy, purple-black, ornamental fruit in late summer that carry over into winter, attracting birds. Also called “Glossy Black Chokeberry”. Suckering shrub; great for hedging or mass planting. Tolerates most soil types, and can withstand some wet conditions. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune as necessary while dormant; late winter/early spring is best; suckers or dead branches can be removed anytime.

Available in select potted sizes.

Ruby Carousel Barberry

Berberis thunbergii ‘Bailone’

Shrub: Barberry

Height: 3-4′ Width: 3′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Dwarf, globe-shaped, slow-growing shrub with spiny stems. New growth emerges red and matures to dense, deep-purple foliage, then turns into scarlet in fall. Yellow spring flowers followed by sparse, ornamental, red fruit in fall that persists into winter. Foliage colour is best when planted in full sun. Great as a specimen plant for small, sunny spaces or as a low, barrier hedge. Prefers moist, well-drained soil; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or an all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune any winter dieback in early spring.

Available in select potted sizes.

Concorde Barberry

Berberis thunbergii ‘Concorde’

Shrub: Barberry

Height: 1-2′ Width: 2-3′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Dwarf, globe-shaped, slow-growing shrub with spiny stems. New growth emerges red and matures to dense, deep-purple foliage, then turns into scarlet in fall. Yellow spring flowers followed by sparse, ornamental, red fruit in fall that persists into winter. Foliage colour is best when planted in full sun. Great as a specimen plant for small, sunny spaces or as a low, barrier hedge. Prefers moist, well-drained soil; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or an all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune any winter dieback in early spring.

Available in select potted sizes.

Royal Burgundy Barberry

Berberis thunbergii ‘Gentry’

Shrub: Barberry

Height: 2′ Width: 2-3′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Small and compact, low-mounding, slow-growing shrub with spiny stems. Rich burgundy-red foliage that darkens to a deep red in fall. Yellow spring blooms followed by red, ornamental berries in fall. Foliage colour is best when planted in full sun. Great as a specimen plant, or as a low, barrier hedge because of its thorns. Prefers moist, well-drained soil; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or an all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune any winter dieback in early spring.

Available in select potted sizes.

Golden Nugget Barberry

Berberis thunbergii ‘Monlers’

Shrub: Barberry

Height: 1′ Width: 1.5′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Dwarf and compact, showy, slow-growing shrub with spiny stems. Oval foliage is a golden-yellow colour with a slight orange tint, turning orange-pink in fall. Yellow spring flowers followed by yellow-green, ornamental berries in fall. Foliage colour is best when planted in full sun. Great as a specimen plant for small, sunny spaces or as a low, barrier hedge. Prefers moist, well-drained soil; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or an all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune any winter dieback in early spring.

Available in select potted sizes.

Cherry Bomb Barberry

Berberis thunbergii ‘Monomb’

Shrub: Barberry

Height: 3-4′ Width: 3-4′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Showy, compact and rounded, slow-growing shrub with spiny stems. Deep crimson-red foliage that matures to scarlet-red in fall. Yellow spring flowers and small, bright-red, ornamental berries in fall that persist into winter. Foliage colour is best when planted in full sun. Great as a specimen plant, or a low, barrier hedge because of its thorns. Prefers moist, well-drained soil; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or an all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune any winter dieback in early spring.

Available in select potted sizes.

Sunsation Barberry

Berberis thunbergii ‘Monry’

Shrub: Barberry

Height: 3-4′ Width: 3-4′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Dwarf, compact, slow-growing shrub and outstanding foliage colour on spiny stems. Dense, new foliage emerges green in spring and matures to bright golden-yellow, then to orange-hued in fall. Small, yellow spring flowers are followed by red, ornamental berries in fall that persist into winter. Foliage colour is best when planted in full sun. Great as a colour contrast, specimen plant or a low, barrier hedge because of its thorns. Prefers moist, well-drained soil; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or an all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune any winter dieback in early spring.

Available in select potted sizes.

Rose Glow Barberry

Berberis thunbergii ‘Rose Glow’

Shrub: Barberry

Height: 4′ Width: 3′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Rounded, showy, slow-growing shrub with spiny stems. Oval foliage is an interesting mottled, rosy, red, green and white colour on high arching branches, maturing to a deep red-purple, then orange-red in fall. Yellow spring flowers mature to bright red, ornamental fruit in fall, persisting into winter. Foliage colour is best when planted in full sun. Excellent as a specimen shrub, or a barrier hedge because of its thorns. Prefers moist, well-drained soil; drought tolerant once established. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or an all purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. Prune any winter dieback in early spring.

Available in select potted sizes.

Royal Cloak Barberry
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