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Paperbark Maple

Acer griseum

Few trees are as showy as the Paperbark Maple, with its cinnamon colored exfoliating bark. The fine-textured leaves have 3 leaflets and change from dark green with silvery undersides in summer to shades of red and bronze in fall. Acer griseum makes a neat oval-shaped small tree which fits into both small and large scale landscapes well.

H: 30 Feet  ·   S: 20 Feet  ·   Zone: 5

Red Maple

Acer rubrum Armstrong Gold® PP25301

Green summer foliage turns bright golden orange in fall. Excellent street tree with good tolerance to a number of environmental conditions.

H: 40 Feet  ·   S: 12 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Red Maple

Acer rubrum October Glory® PP2116

October Glory® Red Maple has green leaves following the attractive red flowers which are one of the earliest signs of spring for us in the Northeast. The fall color of October Glory® is a deep rich red and occurs 2 weeks later than other cultivars. This oval-shaped, wet site tolerant tree was found by our father, William Flemer III and has proved to be one of the best cultivars for Southern hot summers.

H: 40 Feet  ·   S: 25 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Red Maple

Acer rubrum Redpointe® PP16769

Leathery dark green foliage, insignificant blooms in spring. Strong central leaded and vivid red early fall color.

H: 45 Feet  ·   S: 30 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Sugar Maple

Acer saccharum 'Green Mountain' PP2339

Inconspicuous greenish yellow flowers appear in April before the leathery dark green leaves emerge. The oval shape is beautiful, as is the yellow to orange fall color.

H: 70 Feet  ·   S: 45 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Sugar Maple

Acer saccharum Legacy®

Dense, glossy, tatter-resistant foliage takes on an array of stunning reds, oranges and yellows in the fall. Drought resistant.

H: 50 Feet  ·   S: 35 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Red Buckeye

Aesculus pavia 'Splendens'

We grow our own selection of Red Buckeye, selected by us from a field of mature trees at Princeton Nurseries. The characteristics that guided our choices were clean, disease-free foliage, very dark showy 5" upright panicles in May, and a strong tree-form habit. We propagate our selection 'Splendens' from the seed of the five trees we moved to Pleasant Run Nursery. The resulting plants have the outstanding qualities of their parents, and we grow them as tree-form. Aesculus pavia 'Splendens' makes a tough beautiful small tree. Besides the flower display and the attractive dark green summer foliage, the fall color is a clean yellow and the brown chestnuts feed the wildlife.

H: 20 Feet  ·   S: 15 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Apple Serviceberry

Amelanchier x grandiflora Autumn Brilliance® PP5717

Small white flowers of Amelanchier x grandiflora Autumn Brilliance® emerge from pink buds in April. Apple Serviceberry has berries in June that will turn magenta to purple. Its brilliant red foliage brightens up the landscape in fall. A wet site tolerant plant introduced by nurseryman Bill Wandell of Illinois.

H: 20 Feet  ·   S: 15 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

European Hornbeam

Carpinus betulus

Neat green lanceolate leaves are held on tight fine twigs until late fall. The easily pruned and upright habit makes this an excellent large screen or formal hedge.

H: 40 Feet  ·   S: 30 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

European Hornbeam

Carpinus betulus Emerald Avenue® PP22814

Neat dark green leaves on a tight oval habit, followed by good yellow fall color. A tough, attractive street tree option.

H: 40 Feet  ·   S: 28 Feet  ·   Zone: 5

European Hornbeam

Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata'

Fastigate European Hornbeam is an excellent tree for urban or formal sites because of its tight, extremely regular form and excellent disease resistance. When young, Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata' is narrow and very upright, but it broadens into a dense tight pyramidal oval as it matures. The leaves are neat and relatively small, and since the form never needs pruning, Carpinus is a maintenance-free tree. Even without foliage, the dense branching makes this an excellent screening tree in winter.

H: 40 Feet  ·   S: 25 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

European - Hornbeam

Carpinus betulus 'Frans Fontaine'

'Frans Fontaine' European Hornbeam is more columnar than Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata', but is equally resilient in urban and suburban conditions. The narrower habit makes Carpinus 'Frans Fontaine' a good candidate for narrower spaces or street tree applications. The fall color of the tidy foliage is a clear yellow, and winter interest is provided by the upright, densely branched form. Since all Carpinus varieties are a fall digging hazard, container production makes the planting season much longer.

H: 40 Feet  ·   S: 20 Feet  ·   Zone: 5

American Hornbeam

Carpinus caroliniana

American Hornbeam is a tough, beautiful native tree which performs well in a wide variety of site conditions. Its green veined leaves and habit look somewhat like American Beech trees, and its interesting 2" hanging winged seed bracts add to its appeal in summer. It performs very well when transplanted from containers, and can be used in full sun or shade locations as well as sites which are periodically flooded. The fall color is attractive, varying from yellow through orange to reddish purple hues. It can be pruned to make a good tight hedge, like its European cousin, C. betulus.

H: 35 Feet  ·   S: 25 Feet  ·   Zone: 3

American Hornbeam

Carpinus caroliniana Rising Fire® PP27655

Neat green serrated foliage is held on a columnar habit. Fall color is shades of orange and red. A good native choice for tall hedges or street trees.

H: 30 Feet  ·   S: 15 Feet  ·   Zone: 4


Celtis occidentalis Prairie Sentinel®

Coarse green disease resistant foliage on a tightly columnar habit makes Prairie Sentinel™ an excellent street tree for multiple urban conditions.

H: 45 Feet  ·   S: 12 Feet  ·   Zone: 3

Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis

Cercis canadensis is a classic harbinger of spring, with pinkish lavender pea-shaped flowers covering its branches in April. The green heart-shaped leaves of this Eastern Redbud turn yellow in the fall, and the zigzag branching habit in the winter adds to the appeal of this large shrub or small tree.

H: 30 Feet  ·   S: 25 Feet  ·   Zone: 5

Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis 'Ace of Hearts' PP17161

'Ace of Hearts' Eastern Redbud is a long-awaited dwarf form of Cercis canadensis with magenta pink flowers in April and May. It was found by Paul Woody of North Carolina.

H: 12 Feet  ·   S: 10 Feet  ·   Zone: 6

Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis 'Alley Cat' PPAF

'Alley Cat' Eastern Redbud has foliage liberally splashed with white, and its striking variegation is stable and scorch resistant. The dark pink pea-shaped flowers emerge in April just before the leaves begin to show in shades of copper pink and soft green. As the foliage matures, the white emerges and makes a lovely contrast to the green. Alan Bush found Cercis 'Alley Cat' in an alley near his home in Kentucky, and gave it to Harald Neubauer of Hidden Hollow Nursery to introduce.

H: 20 Feet  ·   S: 20 Feet  ·   Zone: 5

Red Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis 'Appalachia'

'Appalachia' Red Eastern Redbud has deep reddish purple buds that open to bright neon pink flowers in April and May. Cercis canadensis 'Appalachia' was found by Dr. Max Byrkit in Maryland.

H: 30 Feet  ·   S: 25 Feet  ·   Zone: 5

Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis Burgundy Hearts® PP19654

Burgundy Hearts® ('Greswan') Eastern Redbud is a refinement of the 'Forest Pansy' theme, with pinkish lavender April flowers followed by reddish purple lustrous foliage. The heart-shaped leaves hold their dark color longer in the summer, taking on reddish wine tones towards the fall. Introduced by Greenleaf Nurseries.

H: 20 Feet  ·   S: 20 Feet  ·   Zone: 5

Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis Carolina Sweetheart® PP27712

Carolina Sweetheart® ('NCCC1') Eastern Redbud is an unusual new Cercis, from NCSU in partnership with the North Carolina nurserymen. The heart-shaped leaves emerge in April, in shades of bronzy purple with vivid pink and white margins. The tricolor effect is striking, and since it follows the classic lavender purple flower display, Cercis Carolina Sweetheart® is a dramatic standout in the landscape for a long period. By mid summer the foliage is primarily bronze green, but the new growth continues to be colorful.

H: 30 Feet  ·   S: 25 Feet  ·   Zone: 6

Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

'Forest Pansy' Eastern Redbud has rose purple flowers and reddish purple foliage in April and May changing to bronze by fall. The foliage is strikingly beautiful in spring and early summer.

H: 20 Feet  ·   S: 18 Feet  ·   Zone: 5

Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis 'Hearts of Gold' PP17740

'Hearts of Gold' Eastern Redbud, is a new selection from Jon Roethling with bright yellow new growth all summer, (the older leaves turn green). The flowers of 'Hearts of Gold' are lavender and appear in April and May. It keeps its color best in cooler climates.

H: 20 Feet  ·   S: 18 Feet  ·   Zone: 6

Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis 'Royal White'

'Royal White' Eastern Redbud is a classic white flowering Cercis which was selected by the late great Dr. JC McDaniel of the University of Illinois. He chose it for the large, plentiful pea-shaped flowers produced abundantly in April. Since the parent tree was found in Bluffs, Illinois, the cold tolerance is excellent. 'Royal White' is vigorous and faster growing than other white forms, and we're glad to be able to keep this tried-and-true selection in circulation.

H: 30 Feet  ·   S: 25 Feet  ·   Zone: 5