Our Tree Area is stocked with a great selection of shade, flowering, and ornamental trees. They are top quality because we personally select them from our growers or from our tree production operation. For an additional fee we can plant any tree in your yard, or, if you dig the hole (we'll tell you how and how big), we'll deliver any tree and set it in the hole.

Plantscape -

The large tree

specialists

   Our specialty is growing large trees (1½" to 3½" caliper), 12-15' tall, which we grow at the Tree Farm located on 10 acres just down the road from the nursery.  Over 2,000 trees are currently growing at the Tree Farm, and, after careful pruning, staking, and culture, selected trees are dug each fall or early spring and brought to the nursery sales lot.   

  Tag-A-Tree Days are held each year at Plantscape in October. At this time you can go to the Tree Farm and personally choose the trees you want us to dig for your yard.  Digging begins in mid November after the leaves fall and the trees are dormant.  Late fall and early winter is an ideal time to plant trees.

October Glory® Red Maple - Acer rubrum

Fast growing, cold hardy deciduous shade tree; superb red leaf color in late fall, holding into November.  
Excellent street or lawn tree.  Strong wood.  Full sun.  Grows 40-60 feet tall and 30-40- feet wide.

 

Sweet Bay Magnolia - Magnolia virginiana

An elegant deciduous southern favorite which has oblong green leaves with an attractive sheen and fragrant, creamy-white flowers which open May-June.  Perhaps the most fragrant magnolia.  An excellent plant for the corner of a patio or in a flower bed as a specimen tree.  Grows well in wet, even swampy soils; will also tolerate shade.  Grows 20 feet tall and 10 feet wide.

 

Japanese Snowbell - Styrax japonicus

A lovely small, low-branched tree which develops a distinct horizontal appearance because of the wide spreading branches; a most beautiful and delicate tree which will grace any landscape.  White fragrant flowers in the spring hang like bells from the branches.  Full sun or partial shade is best.  20 to 30 feet tall and wide.

 

Dura-Heat™ Birch - Betula nigra

Broadly pyramidal deciduous shade tree with vigorous growth habit.  Multi-stem clumps create appealing natural effect.  Valued for its peeling bark that exposes patches of tan new bark.  Glossy dark olive leaves turn yellow in fall.  Bark and silhouette are attractive in winter landscape.  Full sun to part shade.  Slightly smaller than 'Heritage'.  Resistant to aphids. Closely spaced leaves are smaller than the species.  

'Autumn Gold' Ginkgo - Ginkgo biloba

Handsome symmetrical deciduous tree with broadly spreading growth.  With time becomes one of the most spectacular of all trees.  Unique foliage turns golden yellow in fall.  Fall color alone is reason enough to grow this tree.  Male variety produces no messy fruit.  Grows 50 feet tall and 30 feet wide.

 

Eastern Redbud - Cercis canadensis

One of our most beautiful native small trees with reddish purple flower buds opening to rosy pink-purple blooms in April.  Blooms last for 2-3 weeks.  Grow in moist, well drained soils.  Full sun to light shade.  Grows 25 feet tall and 30 feet wide.

 

‘Oklahoma’ Redbud - Cercis canadensis ssp. texensis

Rosy magenta blooms and glossy green leaves with undulating margins make this a preferred variety.  Stems are thicker and more ridged than native redbuds resulting in a more compact tree.  Grow in moist, well drained, deep soils.  Full sun to light shade.  Grows 20 feet tall and wide.

 

‘Forest Pansy’ Redbud - Cercis canadensis

Handsome purple leaves makes this a standout.  New foliage emerges shimmering red-purple and becomes more subdued as the season progresses.  Grow in moist, well drained, deep soils.  Full sun to light shade.  Eventually reaches 20 feet tall and wide.

‘Sun Valley’ Red Maple - Acer rubrum

An excellent, fast-growing shade tree for the landscape.  Oval crown, strong wood.  Brilliant red fall color.  A cross between ‘Red Sunset’ and ‘Autumn Flame’.  Male tree (seedless).  A spectacular addition to any yard.  Grows 35 feet tall and 25 feet wide.  

Trident Maple - Acer buergeranum

A very lovely small patio, lawn, or street tree.  
Transplants easily; prefers well drained, acid soil.  Good drought resistance.  Grow in full sun.  Fall color is yellow, orange, or red.  As this tree ages, the bark will flake back showing the orange underbark.  Disease and insect pests are not a problem. Grows 20-25 feet tall and wide.

 

Bald Cypress - Taxodium distichum

An outstanding deciduous specimen tree with a pyramidal habit.  Well-suited to wet soils or water's edge, but adaptable to most conditions.  Feather-like deep sage green foliage is attractive in summer and shaggy, cinnamon colored bark provides winter interest.  Full sun to part shade.  Medium growth to 75 feet tall and 20 feet wide.  

 

Serviceberry - Amelanchier canadensis

An outstanding native deciduous tree with showy white flowers appearing before the dogwoods and brilliant apricot fall color.  Small edible berries are favored by birds, which also use the dense branching for cover.  Silhouette is attractive in the winter landscape.  Full sun to part shade. Grows 20-25 feet tall and 15 feet wide.

Chinese or Kousa Dogwood - Cornus kousa

Attractive horizontal tiers of branches help make this small tree popular.  Beautiful white bracts open in May and are followed in the fall by hanging red fruit.  Fall leaf color is purple-red.  Will tolerate sun more than native dogwoods.  Borer resistant. Grows 20 feet tall and wide.

 

‘Royal Raindrops’ Crabapple - Malus

A beautiful hardy ornamental tree with rounded, horizontally spreading branches.  Red flowers appear in the spring followed by small fruit in the fall.  Finely textured, deeply cut burgundy leaves are resistant to Japanese beetles.  A superior tree.  Grows 20 feet tall and wide.

 

Willow Oak - Quercus phellos

This outstanding native tree has a finer texture than most oaks.  Leaves resemble willow leaves, turning a vibrant apricot yellow in the fall.  Durable and dependable with few if any insect or disease problems.  Fast growing. Good street or landscape tree.  Height: 40-60 feet.  

Spread: 30-40 feet.

 

‘Cumulus’ Serviceberry - Amelanchier x  laevis

Pure white flowers create a billowy appearance in early spring.  Clean, healthy summer foliage and good orange-red fall color add to the attractiveness of this small deciduous tree.  Small edible berries are favored by birds.  Silhouette is attractive in winter landscape.  Full sun to part shade. Grows 10 feet tall and 8’ wide.

Dawn Redwood - Metasequoia glyptostroboides

Feathery pyramidal growth habit.  Fast growing; will tolerate moisture.  Beautiful in groves.  Deciduous.  Known to exist for 100 million years - found in fossils.  Few serious problems.  Grows 70 feet tall and 25 feet wide.

 

'Trinity' Pear - Pyrus calleryana

Tightly rounded head, profuse single white flowers, glossy light green leaves, orange-red fall color, negligible fruit.  Handsome; stronger branching than Bradford.  Grows 30 feet tall and 20 feet wide.

 

Shumard Oak - Quercus shumardii

An excellent shade or specimen tree which can be used in lawns, parks, along streets, and in buffer strips and median plantings. The leaves remain green long into the fall and then turn a deep orange-red. The trees are strong, long-lived, and grow relatively quickly. Grows to a large size over 60’ tall and 40’ wide.

 

Chinese Pistache - Pistachia chinensis

 

Medium size deciduous ornamental tree with broad, spreading crown. Small leaflets are handsome green in summer, turning brilliant yellow, orange, and red in fall. Outstanding tree is perfect to shade porch or deck. Clean, pest and disease resistant. Medium grower. 30 feet tall and wide.

Shade, Flowering,

and Ornamental Trees

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