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  • Honeylocust, Skyline
    A very important tree for difficult planting sites. Skyline Honeylocust leafs out later than most other shade trees, thus protecting them from devastating late spring...
  • Sunburst is considered by many to be the perfect lawn tree. It grows into a vase shape and with a beautiful rounded canopy. The fine-textured,...
  • With its strong central leader, uniform upright pyramidal shape, attractive exfoliating bark, vigorous growth rate and excellent resistance to anthracnose and powdery mildew, the Exclamation!...
  • Maple, Autumn Blaze
    Rapid growing maple has a dense oval head, ascending branching structure and a strong central leader. Rich green foliage is deeply lobed in summer turning...
  • Maple, Brandywine
    Long lasting autumn color is red and changes to a red-purple. This Red Maple has an oval shape and will grow 35 to 50 feet...
  • Fall Fiesta Sugar Maple is a tall tree with a dense rounded crown. Medium green leaves turn yellow to orange in the fall. Fall Fiesta...
  • Outstanding, reliable, bright orange to deep, reddish purple fall color - even in warmer seasons. A tall form with a dense, rounded crown and large,...
  • Beautiful pyramidal maple with a relatively carefree growth habit, narrower than others, making it an excellent large shade tree for more compact landscapes. Highly adaptable,...
  • Ideal selection of sweetgum for residential areas and streets, Happidaze is a nearly fruitless variety. The outstanding form is initially a narrow pyramid, with the...
  • Tuliptree, Arnold
    This upright grower is well suited for narrow spaces, though its stately size is best suited for larger properties. Unusual yellow-green, tulip-like flowers appear in...