Spruce, Norway Gold Drift

Lime green new growth turns golden when exposed to the sun. Trained on a stake to show cascading branches. Naturally forms a groundcover. 12-15 feet tall, 2 feet wide.

Spruce, Engelmann Brush’s Lace

Weeping, blue-green variety. 6-10 feet tall, 4 feet wide.

Spruce, Colorado Avatar

Avatar is a striking powder-blue selection with distinctive branching. 20 feet tall, 15 feet wide.

Beech, European Red Obelisk

Columnar tree with crinkled, deep purple foliage. Extremely slow growing. 15-20 feet tall by 3 feet wide.

Larch, American

Open, horizontal branches with pale green needles. Golden fall color. Best in moist, well drained, acidic soils. 40 feet tall and 15-20 feet wide.

Maple, Paperbark Cinnamon Girl

Heat tolerant hybrid with exfoliating bark and deep crimson fall color. 25 feet tall by 20 feet wide.

Maple, Sugar Inferno

Cold-hardy selection with orange-red fall color and less sensitivity to soil pH than other varieties. 40 feet tall by 30 feet wide.

Maple, Ginnala Ruby Slippers

Dense, round, uniform habit and red samaras. Fall color is a range of yellows, oranges, and reds. 20 feet tall and wide.

Japanese Maple, Ice Dragon

A more cold-tolerant choice than other Japanese maples, with yellow, orange, and red fall color. 8 feet tall by 10 feet wide. Stay tuned for even smaller sizes of Japanese maples in our new shrubs post!

Dogwood, Venus

A fast-growing hybrid with especially large flowers. 15 to 20 feet tall and wide.
Cornus Plant Bush Dogwood Greenhouse Dogwood Wood

Dove Tree

Large, showy white bracts resemble doves. Warm to red fall color. 15-20 feet tall and wide, eventually maturing to 40 feet.

Redbud, Rising Sun

Apricot new growth, fading to gold then bright green. New growth flushes orange all summer. Supports songbird habitats. 8-12 feet tall by 12-15 feet wide.

Apple, Fuji

One of the best home-grown apples. Stores well, great for fresh eating and baking. Ripens in October. Pollinated by Honeycrisp. 10 to 20 feet tall and wide.
Malus ‘Fuji’

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