A wonderful, spring-flowering shade tree with a very uniform and strong growth habit. White flowers cover the branches in early spring. The deep green leaves turn shades or yellow, red and orange in fall. This is a superior form compared to other flowering pear trees as it has a better, stronger branching structure.
The lustrous dark green leaves on this evergreen tree are rusty orange on the undersides. This compact growing Southern Magnolia with a pyramidal habit makes this an ideal selection in most any landscape. Produces white flowers early in spring and again late in summer. Plant as a specimen or loosely grouped and this beauty will bring years of pleasure.
Heat tolerant form of this ever popular, fast-growing shade tree. Noted mainly for its attractive peeling bark that has shades of pink and tan. Bright green leaves all summer, turn bright yellow in fall. Often seen growing along river banks or in constantly moist soils. It is a perfect choice for water-logged soils.
Attractive ornamental shrub or small tree with smooth, peeling bark. Showy, ruffled, fire red flowers bloom all summer followed by vibrant orange-red fall foliage. Excellent specimen or plant in groups for an explosion of color in the landscape and year-round interest. Unauthorized plant propagation prohibited.
Smaller, very ornamental tree that has nearly year round interest. In spring, the branches are covered with pink buds and flowers. After the blooms appear, heart-shaped, olive green leaves appear. These take on a yellow color in fall. A choice plant for small landscape situations.
Smaller, highly ornamental selection with leaves that emerge deep purple. The foliage eventually matures to green with purple hues. In spring, showy pink flowers line the branches, before the foliage emerges. A great accent or specimen tree. Best foliage color with a little shade.