Trees

Crape Myrtle Red Rooster®

Botanical Name: Lagerstroemia ‘PIILAG III’ PPAF
Common Name: Crape Myrtle Red Rooster®
Zone: 6B-9
Height Average: 8-10′
Spread Average: 5-6′
Habit: Upright
Culture: Full Sun
Foliage: Maroon red new growth hardens off to a dark green
Flower: Brilliant red
Comments: Use as a specimen or in groups

 

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Birch Heritage

Botanical Name: Betula nigra ‘Cully’
Common Name: Heritage River Birch
Zone: 4-9
Height Average: 40-50′
Spread Average: 35-40′
Habit: Oval shape
Culture: Full Sun, can tolerate a wet site
Foliage: Green, deciduous
Flower: Not Showy
Comments: Well-suited as a specimen tree, great exfoliating bark

 

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Crape Myrtle Dwarf ‘Coral Magic’ PPAF

Botanical Name: Lagerstroemia indica ‘Coral Magic’ PPAF
Common Name: Crape Myrtle Dwarf ‘Coral Magic’
Zone: 7-10
Height Average: 6-10′
Spread Average: 5-6′
Habit: Semi-dwarf that can be worked up into a tree if desired
Culture: Sun to Part Sun, blooms best in full sun
Foliage: Dark green, deciduous
Flower: Dark salmon/pink blooms, July-September
Comments: Good semi-dwarf crape myrtle

 

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Maple Sugar ‘Flash Fire’

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Botanical Name: Acer saccharum ‘JFS-Caddo2’
Common Name: Maple ‘Flash Fire’
Zone: 4-8
Height Average: 45′
Spread Average: 35′
Habit: Broadly Oval
Culture: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark green summer foliage with brilliant red/orange fall color
Flower: None
Comments: Early fall color, one of the brightest reds there is

 

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Redbud ‘The Rising Sun’ TM

Botanical Name: Cercis canadensis ‘JN2’ PP#21,451
Common Name: Redbud ‘The Rising Sun’ TM
Zone: 5-8
Height Average: 12′
Spread Average: 8-10′
Habit: Rounded
Culture: Sun to part sun
Foliage: Heart shaped with a variety of crisp colors ranging from yellow/gold to tangerine/orange
Flower: Rosy pink flowers appear up and down the branches in spring before the leaves emerge
Comments: From its early spring flowers to its colorful heart shaped leaves, this Redbud adds attractive color to any landscape, it is drought tolerant and disease resistant

 

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Maple Red ‘Redpointe’ PP#16,769

Botanical Name: Acer rubrum ‘Frank Jr.’ PP#16,769
Common Name: Maple Red ‘Redpointe’
Zone: 5-8
Height Average: 40-45′
Spread Average: 25-30′
Habit: Broad, upright, pyramidal shape
Culture: Sun to part sun
Foliage:
Holds its dark green color in the spring and summer changing to a brilliant red in the fall
Flower: None
Comments: From J. Frank Schmidt Nursery who hybridized the ‘Red Sunset’ maple; ‘Redpointe’ Maple is even better than ‘Sunset’; vigorous grower with a strong central leader, fall color is intense red, a good choice for quick shade

 

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Crape Myrtle Rhapsody in Pink PP#16,616

Botanical Name: Lagerstroemia indica ‘Whit VIII’ PP#16,616
Common Name: Crape Myrtle Rhapsody in Pink
Zone: 7-9
Height Average: 12-15′
Spread Average: 8-12′
Habit: Upright with multiple trunks, deciduous
Culture: Sun, well drained rich soil
Foliage: Burgundy new growth that matures to a medium green
Flower: True pink flowers beginning in June and lasting through October
Comments: This is one of the best pink Crape Myrtles, continuously blooms all summer and fall, we are very impressed with Rhapsody in Pink

 

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Crape Myrtle Dwarf ‘Coral Magic’ PP#23,922

Botanical Name: Lagerstroemia ‘Coral Magic’ PP#23,922
Common Name: Crape Myrtle Dwarf ‘Coral Magic’
Zone: 6-9
Height Average: 5-8′
Spread Average: 6-8′
Habit: Semi upright and dense
Culture: Full Sun
Foliage: New growth starts with a reddish color transitioning to a dark green in the summer months
Flower: Salmon pink flowers in summer months, flower appears on the new growth
Comments: This new semi dwarf Crape Myrtle is powdery mildew and leaf spot resistant

 

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Cherry Snow Fountain

Botanical Name: Prunus spp. ‘Snofozam’
Common Name: Cherry Snow Fountain
Zone: 4-8
Height Average: 10-18′
Spread Average: 15-20′
Habit: Straight trunk with weeping pendulous canopy
Culture: Sun to part sun
Foliage: Dark green
Flower: Snow white flowers covering the cascading branches giving the appearance of a fountain of snow
Comments: Snow Fountain Cherry is absolutely beautiful when it flowers in April

 

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Cherry Weeping (Double Grafted)

Botanical Name: Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’
Common Name: Cherry Weeping (Double Grafted)
Zone: 5-8
Height Average: 8-10′
Spread Average: 10-15′
Habit: Straight trunk with weeping pendulous canopy
Culture: Sun to part sun
Foliage: Dark green
Flower: Double pink rosette-like blooms in April
Comments: Spectacular when in flower, perfect for use as a specimen

 

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