Plants of the Week - April 7th 2018

Stellar Pink Dogwood (Curb Appeal)

A pink hybrid dogwood with a vigorous growth habit and an erect habit. Reliable purple-red fall color. It has good disease and insect resistance.

Sterling Silver Linden (Shade Tree)

Large growing tree with attractive heart shaped leaves. Fragrant bloom clusters appear in June or July. Good street tree that tolerates heat and drought better than most Lindens.

Shawnee Brave Bald Cypress

(Shade Tree)

An unusual deciduous conifer with a stately upright form and fern-like green foliage that turns a mellow orange-brown in fall. It is very adaptable and easy to grow. This variety is more narrow than others making it a good choice for limited spaces.

Ruby Falls Redbud (Curb Appeal)

Exceptional variety with lavender spring flowers are followed by heart shaped maroon foliage. Creates a beautiful focal point for patio areas and small gardens. An easy to grow plant that is adaptable to a wide variety of growing conditions.

Pink Sparkles Crabapple

(Curb Appeal)

Compact spring blooming tree with deep pink buds that open to pinkish-white flowers. Cherry-red fruit is backed by dark green foliage and matures to deep wine red in late fall. Enjoys sunny sites.

City Sprite Zelkova

(Shade Tree)

A popular, rapid growing variety with a dense, vase shaped form and arching branches. The elm-like foliage turns a showy bronze-red to yellow in fall. It makes a beautiful shade or lawn tree and is very tolerant to urban conditions.

Shumard Red Oak(Shade Tree)

Nicely shaped oak with dark green summer foliage. Considered to be a drought tolerant species and tolerant of alkaline soils. Excellent lawn tree.

Red Dragon Contorted Filbert

Nicely shaped oak with dark green summer foliage. Considered to be a drought tolerant species and tolerant of alkaline soils. Excellent lawn tree.

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