Conical, broadly pyramidal growing evergreen shrub with silvery-blue foliage that holds its color well year round. A great choice for screening or windbreaks and will make an outstanding specimen or accent in the landscape, adding a splash of color. Good drought and heat tolerance and is essentially trouble-free.
Popular deciduous tree valued for its ability to grow in both dry and wet soils. The foliage is soft and feathery, bright green in summer, turning coppery-bronze in fall before dropping. A really nice landscape effect as a single specimen or when planted in groups.
Very narrow, columnar form with magnificent bright blue green new growth that retains its color throughout the season. Reminiscent of the hills of Tuscany. This is a great evergreen selection for screen, windbreak, or large hedge. Has great architectural applications in the landscape.
Fast growing evergreen tree with fine, feathery, soft-green pointed needles on flattened branches. It has a pyramidal growth habit with minimal pruning required. Grows in a wide range of soils and climates. A nice screen or windbreak when planted in groups. A truly spectacular tree that should be used more frequently in landscapes.
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.
This native tree is a very good landscape selection with upright branches forming a distinct dome shape. Soft green leaves make a contrasting background for the abundant clusters of fragrant and frilly fringe white blooms. A versatile accent tree with many landscape applications.