OUR FEATURED PRODUCTS
Greenspire® Little Leaf Linden Tilia cordata
ZONE (3-8) HEIGHT 40’ SPREAD 30’
Most popular of the Cordatas. Symmetrical pyramidal form that is easily maintained. A great shade and street tree with attractive foliage and a tolerance for hard urban conditions and drought. Fragrant blooms and yellow fall color.
Ulmus parvifolia ‘Emer II’
ZONE (4-9) HEIGHT 70’ SPREAD 50’
Allee® is a cultivar that resembles the American elm (Ulmus americana) with its vase shaped growing habit. It is noted for its fluted trunk, exfoliating bark (shades of grays, gray greens and orange-browns), narrow leaves and resistance to the common pests and diseases of elm trees. It has excellent resistance to Dutch elm disease and elm leaf beetle. It also has excellent resistance
to leaf scorch, die-back symptoms and cold winter weather. Tolerates: Drought, Clay Soil, and Air Pollution. Pictured: #3 GRL™
Ivory Silk® Tree Lilac
Syringa Reticulata COPF845240
ZONE (3-7) HEIGHT 25’ SPREAD 25’
Compact tree with a rounded crown. Creamy white, fragrant, single flowers are arranged in dense clusters. Blooms later than most other species of lilac. Attractive reddish-brown bark.
Deep green foliage turns yellow in fall. Prune as needed immediately after flowering. Best growth typically occurs in cool summer climates. Not recommended for planting south of USDA Zone 7. No serious insect or disease problems. Pictured: 1” branched.