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  • Arborvitae - 'Green Giant' (Thuja plicata)

    This arborvitae is a fast growing evergreen shrub or tree, with a broad, pyramid form. It makes an exceptional hedge or screen plant. Foliage is fragrant, dark green, and deer resistant! In winter the foliage darkens a bit, some with a bronze shading. Once established it is both wind resistant and tolerant of heavy snowfalls.

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    • Location: sun, partial sun
    • Soil Conditions: Dry, Medium
    • Size: 30 ft tall x 20 ft wide

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  • Birch - River / Hertiage (Betula Nigra)

    Birch - River or River Birch, all the same as a multiple-stemmed or single-stemmed tree growing 40-70 ft tall. Creamy peeling bark gives it undeniable character. Fall coloring of leaves is yellow. Fast growing and borer resistant, one of the most disease free birches available and good along streams, in low spots, or out front in the lawn to where it will draw attention to itself!

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Moist, Medium
    • Size: 40-70 ft tall x 40-60 ft spread

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  • Birch - Whitespire (Betula Platyphylla Var Japonica)

    Multiple-stemmed or single-stemmed tree growing 40-50 ft tall. Stark white peeling bark and yellow fall coloring makes this a standout specimen or accent tree in any setting. It is fast growing and borer resistant.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 40-50 ft tallx 30 ft spread

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  • Black Gum (Nyssa Sylvatica)

    Plant a Black Gum tree for you and future generations to enjoy. It attains a height between 30 and 50 ft and will be 20 to 30 ft wide. Growth rate is slow to medium. Fantastic fall tones of bright red make you stop and appreciate its presence in your yard. It does prefer moist soil, can even tolerate poorly-drained locations, and benefits from full sun to semi-shade. Serves nicely as an ornamental tree in your lawn. Be sure to leave plenty of room for it to grow!

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    • Location: Sun, Partial Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Moist, Medium
    • Size: 30-50' Tall and 20-30' Wide

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  • Cherry - Weeping (Prunus)

    As is used in social media: OMG (oh my gosh)! The pictures never do these trees justice. Find a special spot for this graceful, weeping tree with pink or white blooms in spring. It's a choice you'll appreciate making for years to come.

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    • Bloom Time: April, May
    • Location: Sun and Partial Sun
    • Flower Color: pink or white
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 20-30 ft tall x 15-20 ft

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  • Cherry, Yoshino (Prunus)

    Create a spectacular show with masses of fragrant, double white to pink flowers on a spreading, arching crown. Glossy, dark green leaves turn bright yellow in fall. It will provide shade for smaller patios, front yards, and other outdoor living spaces. A stunning single specimen in lawns or when used as a street tree. Even more lovely at your front-yard entry gate or to highlight a cottage garden.

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    • Bloom Time: April
    • Location: Sun, Part shade
    • Flower Color: white to pink
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 25 ft x 15*20ft

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  • Crab - Sugar Tyme (Malus 'Sutyzam')

    One of the most disease resistant flowering Crabapples, this Sugar Tyme Crab is a great option to add some beautiful color! Pink buds turn to white fragant flowers that cover the tree in the Spring. Red fruit adds nice fall color that remains throughout the winter.

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    • Location: Full Sun
    • Flower Color: White
    • Size: 20 to 25 ft tall

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  • Crab-Prairiefire (Malus)

    It's a crabapple tree (Prairiefire, Profusion, Indian Magic) which is disease resistant and tops off at 15 ft tall. In early spring it produces beautiful shades of pinkish-rose blooms. Later, small berry-like fruit, dark red purple 3/8 - 1/2 inches in diameter replace the flowers. Leaves are purplish green with purplish green bark, making the perfect backdrop for the growing season. You will find this tree adapts to a variety of soil conditions.

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    • Bloom Time: April, May
    • Location: Sun
    • Flower Color: Pink, Rose
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 15' Tall and 15' Wide

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  • Crab-White (Malus "Spring Snow")

    Although we named just one there are many (Spring Snow, Snow Drift, Sugar Thyme) and they are disease resistant, each growing approximately15 ft tall. Beautiful white blooms open in spring (April) and are followed by small, showy berry-like fruit on Snow Drift and Sugar Thyme!

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    • Bloom Time: April, May
    • Location: Sun
    • Flower Color: White
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 15' Tall and 15' Wide

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  • Cypress-Bald (Taxodium Distichum)

    Somebody we know says this is her favorite tree and with good reason. First, it grows fast (she's impatient) and can reach 50-70 ft tall. It has delicate, fern-like foliage (she is a fern fanatic), light green needle-like leaves. The leaves turn coppery-bronze in fall. There aren't many problems associated with this deciduous tree (she likes that). The good news is, we can put Bald Cypress in your yards so you can mark it as your favorite too!

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Wet, Medium Soil
    • Size: 50-70' Tall and 20-40 spread

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  • Dogwood-Kousa (Cornus kousa)

    This handsome small tree is covered with outstanding white star-like blooms about a month later than traditional dogwoods. Strawberry-like fruit decorates this tree in the fall. Lustrous dark green leaves turn red in the fall. It has a great form, loves partial shade or full sun, and provides year-round interest!

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    • Bloom Time: June
    • Location: Sun, part sun, shade
    • Soil Conditions: medium
    • Size: 20 feet tall x 20 feet spread

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  • Dogwood-White or Pink (Cornus Florida)

    This very attractive bloomer has what some call "biscuit shaped" blossoms in Mid-late April. Nice green leaves all summer that turn reddish-purple in fall. Gets red cluster of showy berries, all for our bird friends. Nice branching structure--somewhat horizontal. Prefers a protected location ( from the wind) with shade to part shade. Holds up well as a show piece against snow.

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    • Bloom Time: April, May
    • Location: Partial Sun, Shade
    • Flower Color: White, Pink
    • Soil Conditions: Moist, Well Drained Soil
    • Size: 20' Tall and 25' Wide

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  • Elm - Emerald Sunshine (Ulmus americana)

    Beauty meets utility in this heat and drought tolerant elm. Its adaptability and mannerly, vase-shaped growth habit result in an easily grown, premium shade tree. Highly resistant to disease and insect attack, it adapts to varied growing conditions and pH levels, and thrives in tough urban settings. True to its name, Emerald Sunshine® Elm thrives in the hot summer sun while casting cool green shade. Leaves retain their fresh, green appearance through the hot days of summer, when drying winds cause damage to less heat-adapted trees. Strongly textured foliage emerges with red tints and matures to a deep, rich green. Fall color is rich yellow, sometimes with purple tints on the tips and along the margins. Leaves are also highly resistant to the feeding of elm leaf beetles, according to university researchers conducting a 10-year nationwide performance trial. In addition to warding off insect attacks, this versatile performer resists Dutch Elm Disease and Phloem Necrosis.

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    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 30 ft Height and 25 ft Spread

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  • Fir-Douglas (Pseudotsuga Menziesii)

    This fast-growing, needled evergreen / conifer grows 60 ft tall, loving full sun, if you please! Well-drained but wet soil is preferred. The mature tree maintains its symmetrical shape.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Moist, Well Drained Soil
    • Size: 40-80' Tall and 15' Wide

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  • Ginko (Ginkgo Biloba)

    Grows 50-80 ft tall x 30-40 ft spread. Unusual two-lobed foliage will remind you of open fans. Unlike many trees this one comes as either a female or male. In the fall the leaves turn yellow on this slow grower. Some folks will refer to this as a maidenhair tree.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Medium Soil, Dry
    • Size: 50-80' Tall and 30-40' Wide

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  • Hemlock (Tsuga Canadensis)

    A graceful, shade-loving evergreen tree with good green foliage. It prefers protection from strong winds. This allows it to grow up to 80 ft tall at maturity - and it grows fast! The slightly drooping branches contribute to its genteel appearance.

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    • Location: Sun, Partial Sun, Shade
    • Soil Conditions: Moist, Well Drained
    • Size: 80' Tall and 25' Wide

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  • Honey Locust (Gleditsia Triacanthos)

    A fast growing shade tree with fine leaves that produce a light filtered shade. Grows 35-70 ft tall. Fall color is yellow. It may prove useful in erosion areas, as an ornamental tree, as a windbreak - or just because you like the contrast of the fine leaves to the hard, coarse-grained wood. The pods provide nourishment for outdoor animals.

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    • Location: sun
    • Soil Conditions: Moist, Well Drained
    • Size: 35-70' Tall and 35-50' Wide

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  • Hornbeam -American (Carpinus caroliniana)

    A great choice for a naturalized area. Serrated, elliptical-oval, dark green leaves which change to yellows-oranges,red and purples adorn the global shape. This tree tolerates shade and moist areas. This tree has been used to make bowls and tool handles in years gone by.

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    • Location: Partial Sun, Shade
    • Soil Conditions: Medium - Moist
    • Size: 20-30 ft tall x 20-30 ft

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  • Hydrangea Limelight- Tree (Hydrangea paniculata)

    The Hydrangea Limelight Tree is a stunning addition to any garden. It's slightly more compact size makes it perfect for small and densely populated gardens, with its upright white pastel cone-shaped panicles. Picture from Proven Winners Co.

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    • Bloom Time: June, July, August,September
    • Location: Full Sun
    • Flower Color: White
    • Soil Conditions: Average Moisture
    • Size: 6' ft tall

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  • Hydrangea Tree Form (Hydrangea)

    Tree form of a favorite hydrangea- Lime Light hydrangea. Great blooms most of the summer. Good leaf color and easy to grow.

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    • Bloom Time: June, July, August, September, October
    • Location: Sun, part sun, shade
    • Flower Color: white
    • Soil Conditions: medium to moist
    • Size: 8 ft x 8 ft

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  • Japanese Maple - Dragon Tears (Acer palmatum 'JN4')

    A Japanese Maple with strong horizontal branching and uniquely defined foliage. Leaves start crimson red and mature to burgundy red, eventually transitioning to a rusty-red color in the fall.

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    • Location: Full Sun
    • Size: 6-8' wide x 5-10' tall

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  • Lilac, 'Ivory Silk' (Syringa reticulata)

    A somewhat oval shape is the hallmark of this lilac, along with its compactness. Large showy and fragrant flowers appear at a young age, along with deep green leaves. The flowers are a creamy white and fragrant. Besides bringing sheer pleasure for the senses this serves well as a windbreak and as a nesting stopover for songbirds!

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    • Bloom Time: June
    • Location: sun
    • Flower Color: White
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 20 ft x 15 ft

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  • Magnolia - Jane (Magnolia 'Jane')

    Produces large purple blooms in April and May. Plant in an area protected from strong winds, and this Magnolia will thrive for years to come!

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    • Bloom Time: April, May
    • Location: Full Sun, Partial Sun
    • Flower Color: Purple
    • Size: 10 to 12 feet tall and wide

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  • Magnolia-Saucer (Magnolia X Soulangiana)

    You'll find this medium growth tree (20-25 ft tall) gorgeous to look at early in the spring. It provides tulip-like pink blooms in early spring before the leaves appear. What a way to welcome a new season of growth! Grows slow.

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    • Bloom Time: March, April
    • Location: Sun, Partial Sun
    • Flower Color: Pink, White
    • Soil Conditions: Medium, Acid
    • Size: 20-25' Tall and 20-25' Wide

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  • Magnolia-Star (white) (Magnolia stellata)

    This large shrub or small tree is multi-stemmed. Blooms fragrant, star shaped white flowers in early spring before it leafs out. Since it reaches only 10-15 feet in height and does so slowly you'll be able to enjoy the fragrance fully!

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    • Bloom Time: March, April
    • Location: Sun, Partial Sun
    • Flower Color: White, Pink
    • Soil Conditions: Medium, fertile soil
    • Size: 10-15' Tall and 10-15' Wide

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  • Maple - Amur 'Flame' (Acer ginnala)

    Here is a tree that stands out in its field - well, in its yard may be the better way to say it. In spite of being a small tree, it has huge dramatic presence in its coloration! As a multi-stemmed tree it reaches 15 ft tall. Medium growth rate. Can handle part shade. It does not bloom but still stands out with its colors. Can be used as a privacy tree.

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    • Location: Sun, Partial Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 15' Tall and 15' Wide

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  • Maple - Autumn Blaze (Acer X freemanii)

    A hybrid tree created by Red and Silver Maples and growing to 50 ft tall. The shape is upright, broadly oval. Orange-red fall color. Grows fast.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 50' Tall and 50' Wide

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  • Maple - Autumn Flame (Acer Rubrum 'Autumn Flame')

    This red maple is noted as having excellent, scarlet fall color that develops about two weeks earlier than other similar maples. Makes an excellent specimen tree for a sunny area in the lawn, that is easily grown in a wide range of soil conditions.

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    • Soil Conditions: Medium to Wet
    • Size: 40' - 60' tall x 30' - 50' wide

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  • Maple - Crimson King (Acer platanoide)

    Let this tree be the king of the world in which it lives for it grows 35 ft tall and provides royally rich purple foliage all summer. Grows slow. In the Norway maple family.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: medium
    • Size: 35' Tall and 35' Wide

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  • Maple - Japanese Bloodgood (Acer palmatum)

    Small ornamental tree with deep red-purple cutleaf foliage and grey trunks. Grows 15 ft tall with a 15 ft spread. It is a slower growing tree and delicate enough to need protection from the wind and afternoon sun. It fits nicely into residential landscapes, both formal and informal.

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    • Location: Partial Sun, Shade
    • Soil Conditions: Medium, High Organic Matter
    • Size: 15' Tall and 15' Wide

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  • Maple - Japanese Crimson Queen (Acer palmatum dissectum atropurpureum)

    A smaller, weeping shrub or tree with lacy leaves attaining deep-red to purple foliage. Protected it in an area where there is limited afternoon sun and wind). It's a cutie which only grows to 3-7ft tall and does that rather slowly. You'll be charmed by its delicacy!

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    • Location: Partial Sun, Shade
    • Soil Conditions: Medium, High Organic Matter Well Drained soil
    • Size: 3-7' Tall and 7-12' Wide

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  • Maple - Norway varieties (Acer platanoides)

    A hardy, medium growing variety of maple, with strong wood. This tree has dark green leaves that change to a red, yellow, or orange in the fall. It has a oval to rounded shape. It provides dense shade, has a shallow root system, and can be transplanted easily while at a manageable size. Consider it a "landscape" tree for it is attractive 3 seasons of the year. Or let others truly enjoy it and use it close to the street for curb appeal.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 45 ft tall x30-40 ft wide

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  • Maple - October Glory (Acer rubrum)

    If you want a deep red maple that grows fast this is a true contender. It is a variety of Red Maple that grows 40-60 ft tall, holding its round shape. Just when you think fall is about to turn to winter this last of the Red Maples variety presents its fall color.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: medium
    • Size: 40' -60' Tall and 30' -50' Wide

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  • Maple - Paperbark (Acer griseum)

    Maples as a rule are beautiful and this is one of the most beautiful with its trifoliate leaves. Add to that the wonderfully orange to bronze, peeling, papery bark which provides year round interest. It is oval to upright shaped. This trees has vibrant, scarlet autumn foliage.

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    • Location: sun, part shade
    • Soil Conditions: Medium - Moist
    • Size: 20-30 ft tall x 20-30 ft spread

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  • Maple - Red Sunset (Acer rubrum)

    The most highly rated of the Red Maple varieties. Grows 45 ft tall. Upright oval, fairly fast growing maple that turns orange to bright red in the fall.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 45' Tall and 35' Wide

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  • Maple - Redpointe (Acer rubrum 'Frank Jr.')

    A beautiful pyramidal maple with a narrow shape that makes it an excellent shade tree for compact areas. Dark green leaves turn to a brilliant red for a show of fall color!

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    • Location: Full Sun
    • Size: 40 ft tall x 25 ft wide

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  • Maple - Shantung (Acer truncatum)

    New leaves emerge as a deep reddish-purple and turn a dark glossy green. Fall colors range between red, yellow, and orange.

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    • Location: Full Sun
    • Size: 20 ft tall and wide

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  • Maple - Sugar (Acer saccharum 'Bailsta' Fall Fiesta)

    Rich and zesty red, orange and yellow combine to create one of fall's most spectacular visual displays. Leathery glossy green leaves are beautiful in summer too. A rapid grower compared to other Sugar Maples, it matures at 50-75 feet in height with a 50 foot spread.

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    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 50-75' Tall and 50' Spread

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  • Oak - Bur (Quercus Macrocarpa)

    A tremendous, majestic oak tree with produces large acorns, from three fourths inch to one and one half inches, in time. It takes awhile before the acorns appear! Tree bark is a rough texture and provides plenty of interest. Will tolerate drought conditions.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Average to dry
    • Size: 70-80 ft tall x 70-80 ft spread

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  • Oak - Regal Prince (Quercus - warei)

    A upright and columnar form of Oak that has glossy, bright green leaves with silver undersides. It turns golden yellow in the fall.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Prefers a slightly acidic soil. Can take dry conditions once established.
    • Size: 45 ft tall by 18 ft wide

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  • Oak, Swamp White (Quercus bicolor)

    Swamp white oak is a medium sized, deciduous tree with a broad, rounded crown and a short trunk which typically grows at a moderate rate to a height of 50-60' (sometimes larger). Leaves are dark, shiny green above and silvery white beneath, with 5-10 rounded lobes or blunt teeth along the margins. Fall color is yellow, but sometimes reddish purple. Fruits are acorns.. Can take swampy locations in bottomlands and lowlands, such as along streams and lakes, valleys, floodplains and at the edge of swamps. Also has surprisingly good drought resistance.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Size: 5-60 ft tall x 40-50 ft wide

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  • Oak-Pin (Quercus palustris)

    A decidedly distinct pyramidal shaped oak growing 55 ft tall shares scarlet fall coloring. It has a medium growth rate. Like the bur oak, the acorns may not show up the first several years. Be patient, relax and enjoy the shade in your yard! This tree will tolerate dry conditions.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Dry, Medium, Moist, Slightly Acidic Soil
    • Size: 55' Tall and 25-40' Wide

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  • Oak-Red (Quercus rubra)

    Consider the red oak to be a major sized oak tree, one good for timber if that's a consideration. It has few far-reaching branches, tending to go up high and spreading its "head" . You're going to find this a remarkable addition to your landscape. So will your great-great-great...grandchildren. It can live to be 300 yrs old!

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Acid Base Soil, Medium, Dry
    • Size: 50-60' Tall and 50-60' Wide

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  • Oak-White (Quercus alba)

    This is the Illinois state tree. Where did you plant yours??? If you don't have one yet, get it now! A strong, disease-resistant, slow growing oak reaching 60-80 ft tall. Its rounded shape displays yellow fall color. The bark is whitish-gray. Sit down. This tree will live between 500 and 600 years if you and all its other owners care for it!

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Slightly Acidic Soil, Medium, Dry
    • Size: 60-80' Tall and 60-80' Wide

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  • Pine-White (Pinus strobus)

    A beautiful open tree with bluish-green needles. Fast growing tree reaching 40-50 ft in height. Makes a great windbreak. Be sure to avoid the extremes of heavy, continually wet soils and gravelly, drought-prone soils when selecting planting areas.

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    • Location: Sun, Partial Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Acid Soil
    • Size: 40-50' Tall an 20-30' Wide

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  • Redbud (Cercis canadensis)

    Small vase-shaped tree that blooms purplish-pink in early spring before the heart shaped leaves appear. Medium speed grower that gets 15-20 ft tall. Yellow fall color. Can handle shady situations. When your redbud blooms you can be certain spring is in progress!

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    • Bloom Time: April, May
    • Location: Sun, Partial Sun, Shade
    • Flower Color: Rosy Pink with Purplish tinge
    • Soil Conditions: Medium, Well Drained, Dry
    • Size: 15-20' Tall and 20-30' Wide

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  • Redbud, Forest Pansy/Burgundy Hearts (Cercis canadensis)

    Probably everyone in the area is familiar with redbuds but what about a variety of redbud having purple leaves? We have it covered! Plant yours when it is very young and leave it undisturbed. Full sun to partial shade is fine. Leaves become more muted as they mature and by fall they may be varied in shadings of purple, reddish-purple, and even orange.

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    • Bloom Time: April, May
    • Location: Sun, Partial Sun, Shade
    • Flower Color: Pink, Purple
    • Soil Conditions: Medium, well drained, Dry
    • Size: 15-20 ft tall by 20-30 ft

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  • Redbud, Royal White (Cercis canadensis 'Royal White')

    The Royal White Redbud is a small ornamental tree or shrub that puts on a stunning spring display. You’ll be amazed by the staggering number of blooms that blanket your Redbud in the spring. Prolific clusters of pristine white, pea-sized flowers seem to encase the bare branches in spectacular color. In the summer the beauty of your Redbud becomes apparent. Heart shaped leaves emerge with a unique bronze hue, later changing to green. Your Redbud’s leaves will progress to a lovely blue-green until spicing up your autumn landscape with a lively yellow.

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    • Location: Full Sun, Partial Sun
    • Flower Color: White
    • Soil Conditions: Moist
    • Size: 20 - 30 feet height; 15 -25 feet spread.

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  • Serviceberry (Amelanchier)

    Single or multi-stemmed, the Serviceberry is a small tree reaching 15 ft tall. Snowy-white clustered blooms in early spring, often before leaves appear. It The Serviceberry roduces edible berry-like fruit that is red to purplish-black and 1/4 - 1/3 inches in diameter. Orange-red fall color. Grows fairly fast. Can handle shady situations and is a very trim-able tree. Trivia: It is called serviceberry because it blooms in mid-April, when long-delayed religious services were held throughout 19th century New England, as snow-covered roads became accessible again. People were beginning to move about and enjoyed seeing these small trees.

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    • Bloom Time: April, May
    • Location: Sun, Partial Sun, shade
    • Flower Color: White
    • Soil Conditions: Slightly Acidic Soil, Medium, Dry
    • Size: 15 ft tall x 15 ft spread

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  • Spruce - Colorado Blue (Picea pungens)

    Its magnificent display of its silvery blue needles makes this rank among the most popular of spruces. Although a slow growing form of Colorado Spruce it will attain a height of 40 ft.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 40' Tall and 10-20' Wide

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  • Spruce - Norway (Picea abies)

    Norway Spruce is a native of Europe (did you guess that?). This large, dark green evergreen tree has the traditional pyramidal shape plus gracefully weeping branches which are most evident at maturity. Can be used as a specimen or as a windbreak. The foliage hangs on the large trees. How do you know if you're looking at a Norway Spruce? Remove one needle, it should be about 1 inch long and rotate easily between the thumb and forefinger. If it does not rotate and has 2 flat sides it is a fir tree.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Medium soil
    • Size: 60' tall x 30' spread

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  • Spruce Baby Blue (Picea pungens 'Baby Blue Eyes')

    This semi-dwarf variety of a blue spruce is perfect for a small landscape or confined space. The beautiful blue-green foliage holds its color and makes a wonderful showpiece.

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    • Location: Full Sun, Partial Sun
    • Size: 15 ft. tall by 15 ft. wide

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  • Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera)

    Adorn your yard with a flowering tree that is also fast growing, climbing to 60 ft in height. Its large orange-centered yellow-green flowers appear in late spring to early summer. You'll be right if you think they remind you of tulips.

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    • Bloom Time: May, June
    • Location: Sun
    • Flower Color: Yellow
    • Soil Conditions: Medium
    • Size: 60' Tall and 30' Wide

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  • Weeping Willow (Salix alba)

    The weeping will is a very fast-growing tree with a weeping and graceful habit. Grows 50 feet tall. Some varieties have green leaves, some have yellow leaves. Willows make wonderful "statement" trees and are terrific by ponds, streams, creeks, or other moist land areas.

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    • Location: Sun
    • Soil Conditions: Medium, Wet
    • Size: 50' Tall x 50' Wide

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