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Attracts Butterflies
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Deer Resistant
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Fall Color
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Moisture Tolerant
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Cold Tolerant
Drought Tolerant
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Mon, 01/20/2014 - 18:30 -- moderator
Almond, Russian - "Firehill"
Prunus tenella 'Fire Hill'
Round green leaves cover this small tree, with fabulous hot-pink flowers blooming in late May. Firehill is grafted onto a stem.
Mature Width: 
3 - 4'
Mature Height: 
5 - 6'
Plant Care: 
•Needs a sunny, well-drained spot with wind-protection
Tue, 12/31/2013 - 15:13 -- moderator
Birch, "Dakota Pinnacle"
Betula platyphylla 'Fargo'
This birch has a more upright and narrow form, and is also more insect tolerant than others. An excellent choice for a narrow space or a feature plant. Leaves are green through spring and summer and turn yellow in the fall.
Mature Width: 
5 - 8'
Mature Height: 
20 - 30'
Plant Care: 
•Grows best in a wind sheltered spot
Tue, 12/31/2013 - 15:26 -- moderator
Birch, "Royal Frost"
Betula x 'Royal Frost'
Royal Frost has white bark like a paper birch, along with beautifully contrasting purple leaves. The leaves open to a bright purple in spring and then darken through the summer and fall. Branches form an oval shape. It needs care and wind protection to thrive.
Mature Width: 
15 - 18'
Mature Height: 
20 - 30'
Plant Care: 
•Prefers a moist, well-drained location - not drought tolerant
•Requires winter wind protection
Tue, 01/12/2016 - 15:23 -- moderator
Birch, Cutleaf Weeping
Betula pendula 'Dalecarlica'
The cutleaf weeping birch can be a very impressive landscape focal point if provided with even moisture. Its chalk white bark contrasts nicely with the rich green cascading foliage that turns golden in October. It's fast-growing, ~24" per year and moderately hardy.
Mature Width: 
20 - 25'
Mature Height: 
30 - 35'
Plant Care: 
•Prefers a wind-sheltered location with even moisture; if it dries out for too long, birch borer will kill the tree, so supplemental moisture during a drought is necessary
•Mulch with 3"-4" of bark in a large circle around the tree to aid in moisture retention; even established trees will need watering after 2 weeks of drought
Tue, 12/31/2013 - 15:10 -- moderator
Birch, Paper (clump-form)
Betula papyrifera
The peeling white bark contrasts nicely with their green leaves, which turn yellow in the fall. Branches hold a pyramidal to oval formation. Two - three trees are grown together to form a clump of trees, giving a fuller appearance. Butterflies gather around paper birches to eat the bark (non-harmful to the tree).
Mature Width: 
15 - 18'
Mature Height: 
30 - 35'
Plant Care: 
•Prefers well-drained soil, but with regular watering
Tue, 12/31/2013 - 15:29 -- moderator
Birch, Weeping "Young's"
Betula pendula 'Youngii'
Young's has white bark with a dome shaped head similar to weeping caragana but growing wider. Green leaves spring through summer turning yellow in the fall. Makes an excellent feature plant.
Mature Width: 
6 - 8"
Mature Height: 
6 - 8'
Plant Care: 
•Needs a moist, well-drained, wind-protected site.
Tue, 01/21/2014 - 17:09 -- moderator
Buckeye, "Autumn Splendor"
Aescelus x 'Autumn Splendor'
This buckeye is a favourite for its consistent orange / red fall colour. An ornamental chestnut tree that leafs out early in May, blooms cream green flowers, and bears inedible nut in prickly husk which the squirrels love to eat. The unique leaves grow out in star pattern of 5 to 7 leaflets. Buckeyes are slow growers, about 1' a year.
Mature Width: 
20 - 25'
Mature Height: 
20 - 25'
Plant Care: 
•The tree is has very deep roots but they are not invasive and can be planted within 10’ of a building
•Grows best in well drained soil
Tue, 01/21/2014 - 17:05 -- moderator
Buckeye, "Ohio"
Aescelus glabra
The Ohio Buckeye is an ornamental chestnut tree that leafs out early in May, blooms cream green flowers, and bears inedible nuts in prickly husks. These nuts are a favourite with squirrels, and when shelled, they are very decorative. The leaves grow out in star pattern of 5 to 7 leaflets, and turn gold, orange, or red in the fall.
Mature Width: 
20 - 25'
Mature Height: 
20 - 25'
Plant Care: 
•It is deep rooted with an extremely large tap root but they are not invasive and can be planted within 10’ of a building
•Grows best in well-drained soil and has a growth rate of 1' per year
Mon, 01/20/2014 - 17:30 -- moderator
Caragana, Weeping "Walker" (standard)
Caragana arborescens 'Walker'
Walker's fine leaves are like asparagus fern, and grow in a weeping formation. The branches will weep right down to the ground. Yellow flowers bloom in spring followed by small bean shaped seed pods that drop in late August. An excellent accent plant! Growth rate of 6 - 10" a year.
Mature Width: 
2 - 4'
Mature Height: 
4 - 5'
Plant Care: 
•Needs a sunny, well-drained spot with wind-protection
•Because it is grafted onto a stem, keep any suckers from the base pruned
Mon, 12/23/2013 - 15:40 -- moderator
Cherry, Amur "Goldspur"
Prunus maackii 'Jefspur'
Attractive golden-bronze bark contrasts with masses of white flowers in spring and black fruit in summer makes this an eye-catching tree for all seasons. Very hardy and fast growing, with a nice full rounded shape with bright green leaves. As the tree gets older the bark will begin to peel off as new bark grows, giving the trunk a unique textured look.
Mature Width: 
8 - 10'
Mature Height: 
12 - 15'
Plant Care: 
•Requires a well-drained location