An attractive and fast growing small tree, Albizia julibrissin is native to Iran to Japan. It is a fast-growing plant whose seedlings can become invasive under certain conditions. It tolerates poor soils, as it is a legume that makes it's own nitrogen compounds (with the assistance of nitrogen fixing bacteria). It can be seen growing in the wild in
Betula platyphylla, commonly called White Birch or Asian White Birch, is native to Manchuria, Korea and Japan. It is noted for its white bark, thin spreading branches and slightly pendant branchlets.
Wonderful disease resistant dogwood that blooms creamy white turning pink, 3 weeks after native dogwoods do, in June and last for at least 4 weeks. Round pink-orange fruits hang below branches in summer and leaves turn a brilliant orange red in autumn. Milky Way is noted for its more floriferous habit and its outstanding production of fruit.
Edible and fun to grow! Plant your tree in a sunny area protected from wind. If you need to cover or wrap your tree to keep it safe through the winter, consider keeping your tree pruned into more of a shrub or small tree.
Kieffer Pear trees are resonably fast-growing fruit trees that, once mature, produce a nice crop of delicious fruit. They are sweet, crisp, and juicy, excellent fresh, for canning, or desserts. The pears are yellow with a red blush. Produces fruit as a young plant and reliably every year thereafter
The upright, spreading tree flowers profusely in the early spring, and produces delicious yellow fruit in the late summer. In the fall, the leaves produce a vibrant orange-red display.The yellow round pears with white flesh are usually ready for picking in late summer. The pears have a sweet taste and a crisp textures.
The fruits are green, ripening to yellow, resembling a small orange, but with a finely downy surface. They are very bitter but can be made into marmalade, and when dried and powdered, they can be used as a condiment.
One of the most easily recognized trees on the planet, the Weeping Willow is iconic among its deciduous cousins. The tree's long, sweeping branches and foliage add beauty and grace to any landscape. A short-trunked tree with long, drooping branches, a trait which gives it its common name and helps distinguish it from other willows.
An attractive ornamental with year round interest. A specimen plant with a pyramidal growth habit and camelia-like white flowers containing yellow to orange centers.