The Eastern Redbud, with its vibrant burst of color in early spring, is a beloved tree that captures the hearts of all who encounter it. In this blog, we'll delve into the fascinating world of the Eastern Redbud, examining its distinctive features, how to grow and care for it, and its significance in both horticulture and ecology.
The Espresso™ Kentucky Coffee Tree, scientifically known as Gymnocladus dioicus 'Espresso,' is a captivating and distinctive tree variety that has gained popularity among both homeowners and tree enthusiasts.
When it comes to adding a touch of elegance and vibrant color to your garden or landscape, the Canada Red Chokecherry (Prunus virginiana 'Schubert') is an excellent choice.
When it comes to iconic trees of the American West, the Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa) stands tall, both literally and metaphorically. Known for its towering stature and distinctive bark, this tree species holds a special place in the hearts of those who appreciate the beauty and resilience of nature.
When it comes to landscaping and adding natural beauty to your garden, few plants can compare to the Thuja plicata x standishii 'Virginian' PPAF Virginian Arborvitae. This remarkable evergreen, known for its distinctive characteristics and striking appearance, is a favorite among horticulturists and homeowners alike.
Among these natural wonders stands the Greenspire Linden tree (Tilia cordata 'Greenspire'), a remarkable species known for its graceful appearance, fragrant blossoms, and numerous advantages.
A dazzling display of vibrant foliage, robust spring color and dynamic form are just a few of the features that make Dogwood trees exceptional for landscaping.
Prunus trees are well known for their gorgeous flowers and foliage, excellent shape and growth habit, and an overall calming aesthetic. Some of the most delightful displays of seasonal flowers are found within the plum family.
There are a few trees we absolutely love, and one that made it to the top of our list this year again is the Liriodendron tulipifera ‘JFS-Oz’ Emerald City® Tulip Tree. In this article, you will find out what sets this tree apart from the rest.
There are a few shade trees that stand out among the crowd. Read our list of best shade trees and learn why we think they are the best shade trees available on the market. Don't see your favorite? Add it in the comments and share why, we may add it to our list!
With a curtsey and twirl, a beautiful burgundy-foliage elm dances down the street with flair, donning delightful fall color. Highly disease resistant, compact size, and colorful foliage are just a few ways the Frontier Elm lights up the whole sky.
Petite structure, low maintenance, and unique shape are all reasons why the Little Gem Norway Spruce is the perfect ball of joy. Cold hardness and slow growth make it an excellent addition to landscape and rock gardens.
Ornate natural bark, glossy leaves, and cheerful fall color make this tree the perfect shade tree to brighten up, and bring a bit of shade to any landscape.
Slender, upright growth habit, sturdy cold tolerance, and marvelous yellow fall colors are just a few reasons to add a burst of sunshine with the Dakota Pinnacle Birch. Graceful, curling bark, revealed in a delicate cream color adds a stunning interest feature.
Gorgeous color, perennial growth, low maintenance requirements, and consistent, natural expression are only a few reasons to grow the Oregon Green.
Exquisite lavender flowers adorn wispy branches of the weeping Lavender Twist Redbud tree. Perfectly compact, graceful, and bound to steal your heart, this tree sparks love at first sight.
The June Snow™ Dogwood tree is an incredible ornamental variety that quickly made it to our list of favorite trees this year when we started growing it for the first time. From a fast growth rate to its flowers, this tree is quite different than its Dogwood family members.
Mark informed me the trees were just watered by the sprinklers that water the grass. I am confident that is all that is needed for most trees.
The secret is out, Paul's Scarlet Hawthorn is this year's darling. Otherwise known as Crataegus laevigata 'Pauls Scarlet', our new favorite tree delivers rosy blooms and seasonally adorable ornamental fruit. Dark pink blossoms resembling tiny roses burst in a dazzling display throughout the spring.