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Quercus bicolor Swamp White Oak

Swamp White Oak

Excellent in both wet and upland soils. This tree has a course, less deeply incised leaf than Q. alba and acorns borne on 2-4” stalks
Growth rate: Slow 6”- 1’ per year

Height

50'-60'

Spread

40'-50'

Zone

4-8

Foliage Color

Dark Green to Yellow Brown-Red

$159.95

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Quercus ellipsoidalis Northern Pin Oak

Northern Pin Oak

An attractive shade tree with a pyramidal-oval habit of growth, pointy leaves and excellent rich red fall color, fast growing for an oak; grows best in loose, slightly acidic soils, but more tolerant of alkaline soils than its popular relative the pin oak.
Growth rate: Medium 1-2’ per year

Height

50'

Spread

50'

Zone

3-6

Foliage Color

Dark Green to Red

$129.95

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Quercus macro Burr Oak

Burr Oak

The hardiest of the oaks, this shade tree is singularly majestic, with its picturesque wide-spreading habit of growth and gnarled branches, best for larger landscapes; extremely tough and adaptable but relatively slow growing, plant for future generations. Vary adaptable
Growth rate: Slow 6”- 1’ per year

Height

80'

Spread

80'

Zone

3-8

Foliage Color

Dark Green to Coppery/Bronze

$159.95

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Quercus rubra Northern Red Oak

Northern Red Oak

A beautiful and artistic shade tree with a picturesque loosely pyramidal habit of growth and good red fall color; fast growing for an oak, an extremely tough and adaptable tree, best for larger landscapes; prefers loose, slightly acidic soils. Under ideal conditions can be expected to live to a ripe old age of 300 years
Growth rate: Fast 2’ per year

Height

70'

Spread

70'

Zone

3-8

Foliage Color

Dark Green to Red

$129.95

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Salix ‘Pendula’ Weeping Pussy Willow

Weeping Pussy Willow

A strongly weeping form of pussy willow on a standard, this tree is perfect for use as an accent or specimen plant for confined areas. It’s large, silky soft catkins appear in early spring for a pretty effect
Growth rate: Medium 1'-2’ per year

Height

5'-8'

Spread

Weeping

Zone

4-8

Flower

Catkins

Foliage Color

Green

$69.95

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Salix alba Niobe Weeping Willow

Niobe Weeping Willow

Niobe Weeping Willow is a dense deciduous tree with a rounded form and gracefully weeping branches. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other landscape plants with less refined foliage. This tree should only be grown in full sunlight. It is quite adaptable, preferring to grow in average to wet conditions, and will even tolerate some standing water.
Growth rate: Fast 2-3’ per year

Height

50'

Spread

50'

Zone

4-7

Foliage Color

Dark Green to Yellow

$132.95

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Syringa reticulata Ivory Silk Lilac

Ivory Silk Lilac

A most attractive small flowering tree with cherry like bark. It bears white flowers clusters in early July.

Growth rate: Medium1-2’ per year

Height

25'

Spread

15'

Zone

3-8

Flower

White

Foliage Color

Dark Green

$115.95

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Tilia Cordata Greenspire Linden

Greenspire Linden

Tree has rich foliage and fragrant, pale yellow flowers. It maintains a single leader with a nice branching habit, and with its strong central trunk, it gives the tree a broad pyramidal form. Very suitable for street planting
Growth rate: Medium 1-2’ per year

Height

40'-50'

Spread

30'-35'

Zone

3-7

Flower

Pale Yellow

Foliage Color

Dark Green to Yellow

$120.95

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Tillia ‘Boulevard’ Linden

Boulevard Linden

Great street tree because of its narrow growth.
Growth rate: Medium 1-2’ per year

Height

60'

Spread

30'

Zone

3-8

Flower

Fragrant Yellow/Orange-Red

Foliage Color

Dark Green to Yellow

$122.95