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Acer x freemanii ‘Celzam’

Celebration Maple

A silver maple/red maple hybrid with an upright growth habit, showy red flowers along the bare branches in early spring, a good shade tree for smaller properties, more tolerant of adverse conditions than red maple...

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Betula nigra

River Birch

Attractive salmon-pink bark on young trees, exfoliates to expose cinnamon-brown bark. Adapts well to moist soils. Resists insects and disease much better than other native birches...

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Carpinus betulus ‘JFS-KW1CB’

Emerald Avenue® Hornbeam

A stout trunk, strong central leader, and sturdy branch arrangement. Vigorous and easy to grow, its performance is impressive on the street. Healthy deep green foliage, thanks to its superior heat tolerance...

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Catalpa speciosa

Northern Catalpa

Perfect bell-shaped white flowers are borne in long panicles on this tree in June. Large heart- shaped leaves turn yellow-green in fall. Long bean-like capsules add interest to this tree...

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Celtis occidentalis

Hackberry

A lovely yet tough tree that thrives in almost every imaginable situation. Large saw-toothed leaves, fleshy orange-red to dark purple seedpods in fall which are relished by birds...

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Fagus sylvatica

Green Hedging Beech

The Green Beech is a very popular choice as a standalone specimen and make great alternatives to fences or walls when grown as hedges. It has stunning green foliage in the spring, turning into a dark green-bronze gradually over the year. They will grow perfectly well in either sun or partial shade and thrive on almost any well-drained soil. Green Beech forms a fantastically dense windbreak hedge...

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Fagus sylvatica ‘Purple Fountain’

Purple Fountain Weeping Beech

This purple-leafed beech is a very narrow, upright grower with a central leader and strictly weeping branches. A landscape focal point due to its unusual shape and stunning foliage colour...

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Fagus sylvatica purpurea

Purple Hedging Beech

The Purple Beech is a very popular choice as a standalone specimen and make great alternatives to fences or walls when grown as hedges. It has stunning dark purple-red foliage in the spring, turning into a dark green-bronze gradually over the year. They will grow perfectly well in either sun or partial shade and thrive on almost any well-drained soil. Purple Beech forms a fantastically dense windbreak hedge...

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Ginkgo biloba

Ginkgo Maidenhair Tree

An ancient tree which is known for its exceptional resistance to disease. Leaves turn gorgeous yellow in fall. This variety is pollution resistant...

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