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May 31, 2016
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Ornamental Trees
Deciduous trees can offer so many aspects to a garden. The form of the tree, flowers in the springtime, foliage shape and size, spring and fall foliage colors, bark texturre and color, and winter structure. And because they go dormant in the winter, they can be grown in colder climates. Many gardens are smaller these days, so smaller trees are desirable. We are offering many unusual and interesting trees that can be a delight to your garden or landscape. We hope you find a favorite.
MAG-denudata - JM-pseudo - COR-Porloc - 'Porlock' WIS-AmethystF - Amethyst Falls
JM-AtroLin - Atrolineare MAG-Diva - Diva COR-cap - Evergreen Dogwood PSUD-amib-GL - Golden Larch
JM-GrnSed - Green Leaf Seedling GINK-GrnPag - Green Pagoda STY-jap - Japanese Snowbell CER-Jap - Katsura Tree
JM-MikYat - Mikawa Yatsubusa JM-Moonrise - Moonrise CER-Morioka - Morioka Weeping COR-MtMoon - Mountain Moon
JM-Orangeola - Orangeola ACE-gris - Paper Bark Maple FAG-sylPF - Purple Fountain JM-RedDrg - Red Dragon
FAG-syl-RO - Red Obelisk  Beech COT-cogg-Royl - Royal Purple Smoke Tree JM-SanKak - Sango-Kaku COR-kous-Sat - Satomi
JM-Shaina - Shaina COR-kouChin - var. Chinensis
 

 

 

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