Overall Description A very hardy, fast growing upright juniper with a very pyramidal, columnar growth habit. The bark is gray and becomes more furrowed with age, the uniform branches add a nice red color to the tree for winter interest. This tree can tolerate moist soil conditions. Good resistance to leaf blight. The needles are stiff blue-green 1½”-3” long, and contrast nicely with the gray to reddish-brown cones.
Beautiful, colorful, and unique array of shrubs, trees, and plants, We grow and deliver the highest quality products directly to your door, Order online or over the phone with no waiting and no hassles, Copyright © 2005-2020 BrighterBlooms.com | 2621 Old Nation Rd Fort Mill, SC 29715 NOT OPEN TO PUBLIC. Can be grown as a multi-stem or a single stem small tree. White flowers cover this tree in the spring and are followed by dense clusters of fruit. Large shrub or small tree. CRAB, THUNDERCHILD (Malus ‘Thunderchild’) Ht 15-20 ft, Spd 15-20 ft. Full sun to part shade, moderate water needs. The tree’s pyramidal shape and blue-green foliage can contrast nearby plants' shape and color. ©2020, Landscape for Life 5: The Role of Pollinators, The Urban Orchard: Fruits, Nuts and Berries - VIRTUAL.
MAPLE, COLUMNAR NORWAY (Acer platanoides ‘Columnar’) Ht 40-45 ft, Spd 15-25 ft. Full sun, moderate water needs. 4.7/5 It can be used as a medium screen, or as a formal specimen. Can be a large multi-stemmed shrub. This is the narrowest of the Linden cultivars. A very tough and hardy tree that will adapt to a wide range of soil conditions including desert. Slower growing juniper with a narrow columnar habit that keeps its shape without pruning. JUNIPER, BLUE ARROW (Juniperus virginiana ‘Blue Arrow’) Ht 12-16 ft, Spd: 2-4 ft. Full sun, low water needs (xeric). It occurs as a single or multi-stemmed form. Can produce fruit and it is a Fort Collins Nursery selection.
The Discovery Elm is a round form shade tree with finely textured leaves. We've gotta protect good ole' Mother Nature, after all. All rights reserved The Tree Center 2020. thetreecenter.com based on 14997 ratings and reviews. Russet-orange to apricot fall color.
For a powerful statement in your garden, without any fuss or bother, this is the plant you want. PINE, BOSNIAN (Pinus heldrichi v. leucodermis) Ht 20-25 ft, Spd 10-12 ft. Full sun to part shade, low to moderate water needs. Very fragrant 1” white flowers open before the leaves emerge. © Copyright 2020 Hearst Communications, Inc. ASH, PATMORE SEEDLESS (Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘Patmore’) Ht 50-60 ft, Spd 25-35 ft. Full sun to part shade, low water needs (xeric). Purple, reddish-orange fall color. We found it 15 years ago and every plant we ever made from it remained sucker free…Thus it was named Sucker Punch.
One of the most cold hardy of the “callery” pears. Normally deer resistant. CSU’s crabapple trials indicate that this crab has good fire blight resistance. Growing up to 14 feet tall, it will command attention no matter where you put it. Excellent for seasonal change. relegable brachiate that loose outsport? COTTONWOOD, NOR’EASTER COTTONLESS (Populus x canadensis ‘Noreaster’) Ht 50-75 ft, Spd 40-45 ft. Full sun to part shade, moderate water needs. The Princeton Elm is a medium to large shade tree with a broad rounded crown. Blue Point Juniper Trees for Sale Online. Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm This is one of the hardiest ornamental pears. CRAB, PROFUSION (Malus ‘Profusion’) Ht 15-20 ft, Spd 15-20 ft. Full sun, low to moderate water needs. This reliable tree grows in any well-drained soil, and once established it is very drought resistant. Fragrant blossoms are followed by 1½” yellow-green apples which can make good jelly.
PEAR, USSARIAN SELECT (Pyrus ussuriensis ‘Ft. Medium growth rate.
White flowers appear in spring followed by clusters of red fruit.
‘Radiant’ has a compact rounded form.
CRAB, INDIAN SUMMER (Malus ‘Indian Summer’) Ht 15-20 ft, Spd 15-20 ft. Full sun to part shade, moderate water needs. Some say “very desirable” others say “hard to digest”. Outstanding, profuse bloomer with dark rose-pink, fragrant flowers covering the tree in late springs/ early summer. Clipped topiary forms make a wonderful formal accent in entrances or on patios. A dense, stoutly-pyramidal pine with a uniform crown becoming more open with age. Typically a pyramidal tree, but can also be vase-like, or a mounding shrub with multiple stems. Foliage is attractive, although if located in a spot exposed to spring winds, can become shredded and look poor all summer long. White flowers in clusters are followed by ¼” bright red fruit, then a yellow fall color. Starting at $34.95 17. Clusters of double white flowers appear in May-June aging to a showy pale pink. Deer resistant, edible nuts in cones. LILAC TREE, JAPANESE (Syringa reticulata) Ht 20-30 ft, Spd 15-20 ft. Full sun, low to moderate water needs. Medium green pinnately compounded leaves. White flower. Imagine the bluest spruce you have ever seen. COTTONWOOD, SIOUXLAND COTTONLESS (Populus deltoides ‘Siousland’) Ht 70-90 ft, Spd 35-45 ft. Full sun to part shade, moderate water needs. ASH, CIMMARON SEEDLESS (Fraxinus pennsylvanica‘Cimmzam’)Ht 40-50 ft, Spd 25-30 ft. Full sun to part shade, low water needs(xeric). MAPLE, CELEBRATION (Acer x fremanii ‘Celebration’ ) Ht 40-50 ft, Spd: 25-35 ft. Tolerates full sun, low to moderate water needs. Deer resistant. Include non-flammable elements such as gravel, rock walls and/or flagstone for interest and to separate the plants literally and visually. The tree produces a small green non-showy flower in the spring before the leaves emerge. Sufficient spacing is critical to create a firesafe landscape.
Medium green leaves turn brick-red/russet in the fall. Cottonwood with large, dark green, rust-resistant leaves. 4. Large white flowers appear in the spring and are followed by leathery dark green leaves. Fall color is orange to red and very striking. The Triumph Elm is a very rapid grower with an upright oval to vase shape growth habit. Used to provide color contrast in border plantings or as a showy specimen. Numerous corymbs of white flowers appear in late May. Long needles with open branches. Small, fragrant, white flowers, in rounded clusters, bloom in early summer. Skyrocket® provides a uniformly narrow shape, excellent for street plantings.
HAWTHORN, TOBA (Crataegusx mordenensis ‘Toba’) Ht 15-20 ft, Spd 15-18 ft. Full sun to part shade, low to moderate water needs. Texas SmartScape™ is helping to promote education on pollution prevention through efficient and effective water use for the benefit of all citizens. A comparable tree to the Colorado Blue Spruce in shape and color.
Withstands drought & windy conditions better than most upright junipers.
Clusters of white flowers in spring, glossy green foliage. Simply avoid pruning your tree during the hottest and coldest months to avoid strain.
CRAB, ADAMS (Malus ‘adams’) Ht 20-25 ft, Spd 20-25 ft. Full sun to part shade, low to moderate water needs. The new foliage emerges purple and ages to bronze green. Thick, leathery leaves are blue to green in color and have wavy margins. Fall leaf color migrates from orange-red on the outside of the plant to yellow in the middle of the plant.
The dark green summer leaves turn to clear yellow in the fall. More blue in light shade. Fragrant flowers of pale pink emerge all along branches in spring followed by striking maroon red foliage. Bright magenta-pink flowers are followed by ¼” persistent red fruit and glorious orange-red foliage in the fall. Most widely planted of evergreens. The leaves have a beautiful orange, red, and gold color in the fall. Among these plants, Juniper trees stand out. It thrives in any soil that is well-drained, so plant it anywhere except in wet soils. CRAB, RED BARRON (Malus ‘Red Barron’) Ht 15-20 ft, Spd 8-10 ft. Tolerates full sun, low to moderate water needs.
The strong, angular lines of its branching pattern give it a bold appearance in the winter. Upright oval habit. While we wish we could serve everyone, it's for the safety of native species and helps prevent the spread of invasive disease & pests.
This juniper makes a great privacy hedge or wind barrier. The Blue Point Juniper has proved its worth for the last 50 years, and it remains the number-one choice, with foliage of a striking silver-blue color all year round. Dense branching creates a full pyramidal form in the mature tree, but young trees grow so fast they are often more “open” than Colorado spruce. The fruit is edible and attracts wildlife. Foliage is dark green, which turns a rusty red in fall. SPRUCE, COLORADO (Picea pungens) Ht 50-80 ft, Spd 25-35 ft. Full sun to part shade, moderate water needs. MAPLE, EMERALD QUEEN NORWAY (Acer platanoides ‘Emerald Queen’) Ht 40-60 ft, Spd 30-40 ft. Full sun to part shade, moderate water needs. Showy creamy white flowers are borne in 4-6” long upright panicles in early June. As younger trees they are more openly branched, filling in as they mature. OAK, CRIMSON SPIRE (Quercus x ‘Crimshmidt’) Ht 40-50 ft, Spd 12-15 ft. Full sun, low to moderate water needs. They decorate the branches like ornaments for 2-3 weeks and are great for attracting birds. Our plants are grown from stem pieces taken from correctly named plants.
Excellent resistance to fire blight. OAK, BUR (Quercus macrocarpa) Ht 50-60 ft, Spd 35-45 ft. Full sun to part shade, low water needs (xeric). An upright growing disease and pest resistant cottonwood well suited to sites with limited space. A black drupe fruit ripens in late July to early August. Can sometimes broaden with age. Suitable for planting where space is limited. Pruning: The Blue Point Juniper doesn’t need a lot of manicuring, but if you’d like to shape your tree as a topiary or to your yard’s specifications, prune it annually. Rated highly for disease resistance. In mid to late summer the whole tree begins to glow as the very abundant 1/5” cherry-like dark red fruits ripen. MAPLE, AMUR /GINNALA FLAME (Acer ginnala) Ht 15-20 ft, Spd 15-20 ft. Full sun to part shade, low water needs (xeric). Tolerates dry soils very well. Saturday 9am-1pm Lovely purplish leaves and red flowers. OHIO BUCKEYE (Aesculus glabra) Ht 30-50 ft, Spd 20-30 ft. Full sun, low to moderate water needs. This type of elm recovers nicely from crown damage, and has excellent Dutch Elm Disease resistance.
The branches often droop due to the numerous slender terminating branches. PINE, AUSTRIAN (Pinus nigra) Ht 50-60 ft, Spd 20-40 ft. Full sun to part shade, low water needs (xeric). Small, green, non-showy, flowers appear in the spring prior to the foliage and develop into a tiny seed surrounded by a flat oval wing.
Golden yellow fall color. Excellent resistance to fire blight.