Iris has created a haven filled with flowers, yet in her mind, none of them can compete with her precious Flowering Maple. She loves this plant so much; she keeps one in her sunroom and one in her shady backyard so its variegated foliage is never out of her sight. Fortunately, these slow-growing trees aren’t […]
A fast growing, hardy maple with uniform branching and a pyramidal form. Tolerant of alkaline, acidic and wet soil conditions. Superior to Autumn Blaze maple in withstanding strong winds. Is considered a very good substitute for ash varieties.
Rounded to oval crown with branches that ascend at approximately a 45 degree angle. Optimum growth, as with all Red Maples, will occur in moist, slightly acidic soil.
The perfect maple when you don’t have room for a 50-100′ tree. The habit is graceful, upright and spreading. The little yellow flowers are followed by bright red samaras, hence the name Hot Wings®. The dark green foliage turns yellow to red giving the fall color expected from a maple. Tolerant of alkalinity and dry […]
Handsome, mounding shrub displays showy, drooping, soft pink blooms throughout the year. Graceful stems form a natural espalier. Can be trained into a patio tree. Good in containers.
This tree has a graceful, irregular shape formed by slender spreading branches. Extremely hardy, it is an excellent xeriscape plant, and offers outstanding fall color.
North Wind’ is the flagship selection in a developing new line of small to medium sized hybrid landscape trees evaluated to tolerate the dramatic and harsh weather shifts in the upper Midwest. With Korean Maple as the foundation for hardiness combined with the beauty in leaf and branching habit of Japanese Maples, this 1998 hybrid […]
Foliage is an attractive medium green developing a bright orange to scarlet fall color. An upright-oval form with good branch angles. This selection does not produce nuisance seeds. Beautiful shade tree for the urban landscape.
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A new cultivar from Earl Cully, selected in Kansas. The fall color is especially nice, with the leaves initially turning a brilliant red and then changing to an intense burgundy. An excellent symmetrical branching habit. It also exhibits excellent heat and drought tolerance.