Ornamental Trees

Updated Mar 10, 2015

Outstanding choices for every landscape

Royal Raindrops Crabapple (Malus ‘JFS-KW5’ PP 14375). Bright pinkish-red flowers, purple foliage, orange-red fall color and tiny persistent red fruits offer four-season appeal. Excellent disease resistance over older varieties and widely adaptable to a range of conditions.

• Reaches 20 feet high, 15-foot spread
• Hardy to USDA Zone 4

Royal Raindrops Crab Flower
Rising Sun Redbud (CercisCanadensis ‘JN2’ P.A.F.). New variety with early blast of magenta clusters on bare branches. Leaves emerge orange and turn to yellow-gold summer foliage. Smooth, tan bark for winter interest.

• Reaches 16 feet high, 20-foot spread
• Hardy to USDA Zone 5

Rising Sun Redbud
Summer Fun Dogwood (Cornus kousa ‘Summer Fun’). A new Chinese dogwood with white flower bracts, and beautiful green and cream variegated foliage. Flowers in June, later than natives, so it’s attractive planted in combination with other dogwood species in the landscape.

• Reaches18 feet high, 15-foot spread
• Hardy to USDA Zone

Summer Fun Dogwood
Seiryu Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum ‘Seiryu’). Bright green lacy leaves turn to gold and orange-red in autumn. Nice upright growth with arching branches allows planting beneath this tree.

• Reaches 12 feet high, 14-foot spread
• Hardy to USDA Zone 5

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Pewter Pillar Winter’s Bark (Drimys winteri var. chiloense). Newly introduced Chilean evergreen tree grows in a tight column. Dark green, glossy foliage with silvery color underneath and showy white flowers in late winter.

• Reaches 20 feet high, 10-foot spread
• Hardy to USDA Zone 7

Pewter Pillar Winter Bark
Wedding Bells Silverbell (Halesia carolina ‘UConn Wedding Bells’). Upright form with oval shape and heavy flowering. Bell-shaped flowers are larger than native Silverbell. Nice yellow fall color.

• Reaches 20 feet high, 15-foot spread
• Hardy to USDA Zone 5

Wedding Bells Silverbell
Fragrant Fountain Japanese Snowbell (Styrax japonicus ‘Fragrant Fountain’ P.P. #19664). New weeping form of Snowbell. White flowers from spring through summer.

• Reaches 6 feet high, 5-foot wide
• Hardy to USDA Zone 5

Fountain Japanese Snowbell
Fringe Tree (Chionanthus virginicus). Subtle lemony scent from masses of feathery blooms in late spring. Excellent accent tree, especially against dark backgrounds.

• Reaches 18 feet high, 20-foot spread
• Hardy to USDA Zone 4

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Timeless Beauty Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis ‘Monhews’ P.P. #11078). Large lavender and deep purple tubular-shaped flowers appear in clusters, which hummingbirds love.

• Reaches 15 to 20 feet high and wide
• Hardy to USDA Zone 7

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