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Apple, ‘Honeycrisp’

An exciting apple that is exceptionally crisp and juicy. Flavor is sweet but well-balanced. Excellent storage life, up to 7 months. Ripens in late September and stores like a late season variety. Has become an outstanding commercial and home orchard variety because of its explosive crispness, flavor and storage life.

Height: Varies
Spread: Varies
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 4-7

Apple, ‘Snowsweet’

Another example of the University of Minnesota’s expertise in the development of cold hardy apple varieties. A cross between ‘Sharon’ and ‘Connell Red’, SnowSweet® has a deliciously sweet, slightly tart taste. Slow to oxidize when exposed to air. ‘Honeycrisp’ is a good pollinator. Above average resistance to scab and fireblight.

Height: Varies
Spread: Varies
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 4-7

Apple, ‘Winecrisp’

Attractive medium-sized dark red apple with outstanding flavor. Cream-colored flesh is juicy with full spicy flavors. This apple has shown excellent resistance to scab. Late ripening variety prolongs the harvest season. Use for fresh eating and cooking. Very good storage life.

Height: Varies
Spread: Varies
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: GreenZone: 4-8
Zone: 4-8

Birch, ‘Whitespire’

This birch is tolerant of high temperatures and resistant to bronze birch borer. Fine textured in twigs and foliage, it thrives in a wide range of soils. The chalk white bark does not exfoliate.

Height: 30-40′
Spread: 20-25′
Shape: Narrow, pyramidal
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Glossy dark green
Fall Foliage: Yellow
Zone: 4-7

Caragana, (Weeping Siberian Peashrub)

A very hardy small tree form, Peashrub has an upright to rounded form and low canopy. Growing at a medium rate, its yellow flowers bloom heavily in the spring and are seldomly followed by seed pods. The dark green pinnately compound leaves turn yellow in the fall. The bark is a smooth olive-green. Diesease and pest resistant. Considered to be drought, salt, and urban pollution tolerant. Use it for hedges, screens, windbreaks and naturalizing in full sun.

Height: 12′
Spread: 8′
Shape: Upright, rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark Green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 2-6

Carpinus ‘Firespire’ (Musclewood)

An upright and narrow habit, performs well in full sun or full shade. Dense branching and small scale. The smooth silvery-blue to gray bark creates winter interest. Brilliant orange-red fall color. The fruit is hop-like and attracts wildlife, and host to many butterflies in their larval stage such as the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail. This long-lived small tree grows slowly and is does well in a range of soil types, tolerating both wet and dry conditions. Useful for small spaces in the urban landscape to frame views or screen.

Height: 15-20′
Spread: 10′
Shape: Narrow upright
Exposure: Full Sun to Full Shade
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Orange-red
Zone: 3-9

Cherry ‘Meteor’

Large, bright red fruit. Mildly acid in flavor. Fine for sauce or pie. Generally regarded as slightly hardier than ‘North Star’. Blooms in early May.

Height: 10-14′
Spread: 8-12′

Cherry ‘North Star’

Red fruit with a small stone. Very productive. A sour pie cherry. Blooms in early May.

Height: 8-10′
Spread: 6-8′
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 4-8

Cherry, ‘Rainer Sweet’

Large, beautiful golden yellow fruit with a red blush, ‘Rainier’ is similar to ‘Royal Ann’ but larger and easier to grow in the Northwest. ‘Rainier’ bears abundant crops of sweet, richly flavored, firm and juicy cherries. Pollinate with Black Tartarian or Bing.

Height: 15-25′
Spread: 12-15′
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 5-9

Crab, ‘Cinderella’

The smallest dwarf in the ‘Round Table’ series of crabapples, this extremely small tree has an upright rounded form that requires no pruning to maintain its shape. Each spring it’s bathed in clusters of red buds that open to fragrant snow-white flowers. The new foliage emerges bright green, turning a beautiful yellow in the fall. Persistent ¼” golden fruit lasts into late fall, that can be messy as it drops. Disease and pest resistant. Use in small landscapes or in containers.

Height: 8′
Spread: 5′
Shape: Dwarf, rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Yellow
Zone: 4-8

Crab, ‘Gladiator’

Gladiator™ is an excellent ornamental tree with a profusion of bright pink flowers followed by small reddish-purple fruit on a stately, upright crown. Glossy bronze-purple leaves are darker and glossier than Purple Prince, remain lush all season long and are highly disease resistant. Gladiator is an ideal ornamental tree for space-challenged sites including under power lines, as a small boulevard tree or planted in a row for a screen. This is an open pollinated selection of ‘Royalty’.

Height: 20′
Spread: 9′
Shape: Upright
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Bronze-purple
Fall Foliage: Purple
Zone: 2-8

Crab, ‘Pink Sparkles’

Covered in masses of bright crimson buds that open to a warm pink blush, Pink Sparkles® Crabapple is a cross between Red Jewel® and Prairie Fire. The cherry-red fruit that follows matures to a deep wine color in the late fall and persists till spring. The form is upright and compact, becoming pyramidal with age. This crabapple shows good resistance to apple scab, apple mildew, fireblight, and cedar-apple rust. Use as a specimen or plant in groups.

Height: 15′
Spread: 12′
Shape: Compact, pyramidal
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Glossy, dark green
Zone: 4-7

Crab, ‘Red Jewel’

An American Garden Cole introduction, this beautiful red-fruited, white-flowering crab is a lovely tree for year-round interest in the landscape. After freezing, the cherry red fruit shrivels and darkens, but hangs on the tree until February or March. Foliage is dark green.

Height: 15′
Spread: 12′
Shape: Upright, pyramidal
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 4-7

Crab, ‘Royal Raindrops’

Certainly one of the prettiest red-leafed crabapples we’ve seen. Has a better summer color and appearance than most red-leaf crabapples. Abundant magenta-pink blossoms stand out handsomely against reddish-purple, cutleaf foliage. Shows good resistance to fireblight.

Height: 20′
Spread: 15′
Shape: Upright, spreading
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Purple
Fall Foliage: Orange-red
Zone: 4

Crab, ‘Starlite’

A flowering crabapple hardy enough for the northern plains. White flowers bloom in May followed by small, shiny bright red fruit that persists into winter. Starlite™ has dark green, glossy, disease resistant foliage. Good for space challenged sites due to its upright branching habit.

Height: 25′
Spread: 15′
Shape: Upright rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark green
Fall Foliage: Yellow
Zone: 2-7

Ginkgo, ‘Autumn Gold’

A male selection of ginkgo with a symmetrical conical form, turning broader with age. A nice yellow fall color.

Height: 50′
Spread: 30′
Shape: Upright broad conical
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Yellow
Zone: 4-8

Ginkgo, ‘Goldspire’

Goldspire™ is a French selection of gingko named for the region near Bordeaux where it was found. This small tree has a distinct pyramidal to columnar form, a dense habit, and short internodes. The fan-shaped leaves turn stunning shades of gold in the fall. A male selection that is fruitless. Heat and air pollution tolerant, use this narrow variety as a street tree and in urban landscapes with limited space.

Height: 14-16′
Spread: 5-6′
Shape: Compact, pyramidal
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Gold
Zone: 4-8

Hydrangea, ‘Berry White’ (Tree Form)

This long-awaited introduction is a step forward in paniculata breeding. With strong, upright stems and large cone-shaped flower panicles that stay upright, this plant is a summer stunner. The flower color starts out white in July then progresses to dark pink, beginning at the bottom and developing up to the top of the panicle. Berry White® blooms a little later than Strawberry Sundae® and about the same time as Vanilla Strawberry™. Color shades can vary by location, climate, and type of soil. This tree-form hydrangea is perfect for garden focal points or containers.

Height: 6-7′
Spread: 4-5′
Shape: Upright
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 4-8

Hydrangea, ‘Limelight’

Now available in tree form. Perfect for smaller gardens. Makes a great vertical accent in borders and decorative containers. Bright, lime-green flowers add a much needed brightness to the late summer landscape. In autumn the blooms display shades of pink, burgundy and green. Excellent vigor and floriferous blooming. Flowers on new wood so it can be pruned in winter or early spring.

Height: 6-8′
Spread: 7-9′
Shape: Upright rounded
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-8

Hydrangea, ‘Phantom’ TF

Phantom is a striking tree form paniculata with some of the largest flower heads in its species. A sister seedling of Limelight, but with much stronger stems to support the huge flowers. Blooms start white, some flushed with lime green, and turn deep pink at maturity. A spectacular cut flower. Phantom prefers average to moist conditions and is highly tolerant of urban pollution.

Height: 8-10′
Spread: 8-10′
Shape: Upright spreading
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 4-8

Hydrangea, ‘Quickfire’ TF

The Quick Fire is a unique tree form hydrangea that adds class and beauty to the home landscape. Exciting blooms. Beautiful lacecap bloom clusters cover this hydrangea tree. The flowers start out pure white in summer and slowly blush from a light pink to a deep rose red in fall.

Hydrangea, ‘Vanilla Strawberry’ TF

Now available in tree form, perfect for small landscapes or urban gardens. The enormous flower panicles are a blend of vanilla and strawberry, held upright on red stems. They emerge creamy white in mid-summer, change to pink and finally to strawberry red. New blooms give the plant a multicolored effect in late summer and early fall. The red coloration persists for at least 3-4 weeks.

Height: 6-7′
Spread: 5-6′
Shape: Upright
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 4-8

Katsura ‘Hanna’s Heart’

An upright and narrow form of Katsura that was selected for its darker green color and improved winter hardiness. The leaves are heart shaped and persist into fall as they turn yellow. This cultivar is a slow grower with shorter internodes that are less susceptible to breakage, creating a dense crown. Best grown in moist, well-drained soil with some shade or protection from the elements. Use Hanna’s Heart in small landscapes and under power lines.

Height: 20-25′
Spread: 10′

Shape: Upright columnar

Exposure: Full Sun

Foliage: Dark green

Fall Foliage: Yellow

Zone: 4-8

Lilac, ‘Bloomerang’ TF

Darker flowers than the original Bloomerang® lilac – and an improved production plant to boot. Bloomerang® Dark Purple lilac is a bolder, bigger version of the original in every way. Blooms are a very deep purple, particularly in bud. Growers as far south as the Carolinas have reported excellent success in production with this selection.

Height: 8′
Spread: 4-6′
Shape: Rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-7

Lilac, ‘Snowcap’ TF

Abundant white fragrant flower spikes bloom in early summer. More compact than other varieties with unique, uniform branching habit and thick, dark leaves. Tolerant of urban conditions. Ideal for small gardens and residential landscapes.

Height: 15-20′
Spread: 10-12′
Shape: Compact oval
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Bright green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-8

Lilac, ‘Snowdance’ TF

Flowers well annually and begins flowering at an earlier age than the species. It has exceptionally heavy bloom with large, fragrant, creamy white flower clusters in June. This variety produces few untidy brown seedheads. Lustrous dark green foliage is slightly larger and darker than the species. Grows as wide as it is tall with attractive, shelved branching. A pest-and-disease-free lilac tree.

Height: 18′
Spread: 20′
Shape: Vase shaped, spreading
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-7

Maple, ‘Autumn Blaze’

This hybrid of silver and red maple has experienced phenomenal popularity due to its ascending branch habit, rapid growth rate, drought tolerance when established, ability to grow in most soils, beautiful fall color and form.

Height: 50-60′
Spread: 40′
Shape: Dense oval head
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Rich green, deeply lobed
Fall Foliage: Orange-red
Zone: 4-7

Maple, ‘Firefall’

Firefall™ has an upright-oval form with good branch angles. This selection is male and therefore does not produce nuisance seeds. The foliage is an attractive medium green throughout the summer. Fall color is bright orange to scarlet and develops fairly early. This is a distinct advantage over some existing Freeman maple cultivars that color later and often do not develop much color in northern regions before freezing temperatures cause the foliage to drop.

Height: 40-60′
Spread: 30-40′
Shape: Upright, oval
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Bright orange to scarlet
Zone: 4-7

Maple, ‘Matador’

Selected because of its superior habit and fall color, Matador™ turns deeper red than Autumn Blaze® and colors more consistently than Sienna Glen®. An adaptable tree with an upright, symmetrical form. Gains its fall color a bit later than other cultivars and holds its leaves longer. Excellent choice for lawn, street or park.

Height: 40-45′
Spread: 20-40′
Shape: Upright oval
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Deep red to orange-red
Zone: 4-7

Maple, ‘Pacific Sunset’

An excellent medium-sized tree that is relatively pest-free and very tolerant of urban conditions. It has very glossy dark green leaves that will develop a mixed fall color of yellows, oranges, and reds. Colors earlier and a little brighter, with a finer texture and spreading habit.

Height: 30-35′
Spread: 20-30′
Shape: Upright rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Glossy dark green
Fall Foliage: Yellow-orange to bright red
Zone: 4-7

Maple, ‘Regal Petticoat’

Summer foliage with deep glossy green upper surface and velvety royal purple underside. Spectacular golden yellow fall foliage with bright magenta pink on the underside, accented with reds, oranges, and salmon colors. Resistant to wind damage, salt, insects and diseases. Grows to 40’x40′

Maple, ‘Royal Red’

This Norway maple selection is similar to ‘Crimson King’, but with a somewhat slower growth rate and what some consider slightly better color. A dense shade tree, it has a straight trunk with a well-shaped canopy. The glossy foliage is an excellent maroon red all season.

Height: 35-40′
Spread: 25′
Shape: Broadly oval
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Maroon red, glossy
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 4-7

Maple, Sugar ‘Fall Fiesta’

The branching is full and symmetrical. Leathery, glossy, deep green leaves are resistant to leaf tatter and leafhopper damage. A rapid grower, easy to transplant and also resistant to sun scald and frost cracks. Outstanding fall color, shows far more oranges and reds than other sugar maples. Prefers a moist yet well-drained soil with a slight acidity for optimum growth.

Height: 50-75′
Spread: 50′
Shape: Upright, rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Glossy, leathery green
Fall Foliage: Orange, red, yellow
Zone: 3-7

Nyssa, Blackgum

Tree with a dense, conical or sometimes flat-topped crown, many slender, nearly horizontal branches, and glossy foliage turning scarlet in autumn. An attractive, variable-shaped deciduous tree, black tupelo grows 30-60 ft. or taller, with horizontally spreading branches.

Oak, ‘Northern Red’

The fastest growing oak and one of the easiest to transplant, this tree is great for street use or as a landscape tree. The foliage is dense and lustrous and leaves hang on the tree into winter.

Height: 60-80′
Spread: 50′
Shape: Pyramidal in youth, rounded at maturity
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Glossy, dark green
Fall Foliage: Red to red-brown
Zone: 3-8

Parrotia ‘Persian Spire’

This small tree has an oval-rounded head and upright, ascending branches. The foliage emerges reddish-purple, changes to lustrous dark green in summer, then turns bright yellow to orange-scarlet in fall. Parrotia’s beautifully exfoliating bark adds four season interest. A fine specimen plant.

Height: 20-40′
Spread: 15-30′
Shape: Upright, oval
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

Foliage: Medium to dark green
Fall Foliage: Yellow, orange, red
Zone: 5-8

Pear ‘Jack’ (decorative)

Dwarf pear with beautiful teardrop shaped form. Smothered with large white blossoms in early spring. Dark green foliage turns red, purple and orange in the autumn adding another season of interest. Excellent for small residential landscapes, under power lines and screens. Highly resistant to fireblight. Lake County ZAM introduction.

Height: 15-20′
Spread: 10′
Shape: Compact upright oval
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark green
Fall Foliage: Crimson-red
Zone: 5-8

Pear, “Korean Sun” (decorative)

This compact tree has delicate white flowers which are produced early in Spring after the fine textured foliage has emerged. Perfect for urban gardens. Korean Sun pear offers a brilliant display of red-orange fall color. Hardier than other pears, it is ideal for Midwest landscapes.

Height: 12-15′
Spread: 15-18′
Shape: Compact rounded
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Red-burgundy
Zone: 4-8

Pear, “Mountain Frost’

A vigorous, upright growth habit. Attractive white flowers cover the tree in Spring, backed by dark green, leathery foliage. Some 3/4″ fruit is sparsely produced in late summer.

Height: 20-30′
Spread: 15-20′
Shape: Upright
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage:Glossy green
Fall Foliage: Yellow
Zone”3-6

Pear, ‘Parker’

Open-pollinated seedling of a Manchurian pear. Large, yellow-bronze fruit. Fine grained, tender and juicy. Upright and vigorous grower.

Height: 12-15′
Spread: 8-12′
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 3-8

Pear ‘Summercrisp’

Recognized for many years as the hardiest pear. Free of fireblight. An annual bearer. Fruit is pyriform in shape, 2.5-3″ in diameter and 3-3.5″ long. Blooms early in May. The fruit should be harvested in med-August when crisp and still green with a red blush. Fruit harvested at that time is sweet and crisp, and may be stored up to 2 months. Use either ‘Parker’ or ‘Patten’ as pollinator.

Height: 12-15′
Spread: 8-12′
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 3-8

Platinus ‘Exclamation’ London Planetree

This stately tree was selected for its strong central leader, dense upright pyramidal shape and attractive foliage. Tolerant of difficult urban conditions such as adverse soils, poor drainage, air pollution, and drought. It develops an attractive exfoliating bark, which peels back to expose interior bark in shades of cream to white. Bred to be highly resistant to anthracnose. Suitable for planting in zone 4b or sheltered locations.

Height: 60′
Spread: 45′
Shape: Pyramidal
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark green
Fall Foliage: Yellow
Zone: 4-9

Plum, ‘Mount Royal’

Blue – European Plum. Good eaten off tree. Excellent for dessert, jam and preserves. Tender, juicy flesh. Considered the best blue cultivar in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Height: 8-12′
Spread: 6-10′
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 4-8

Redbud, ‘MN Strain’

This handsome tree bears small pink flowers in spring before leaves appear. Later brown fruit pods form. This strain is grown from seed collected at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. It does well in sun and part shade. Selected for hardiness by the University of Minnesota and introduced in1992.

Height: 20-30′
Spread: 20-25′
Shape: Vase-shaped
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Deep green
Fall Foliage: Brilliant yellow
Zone: 4-9

Quaking Aspen ‘Prairie Gold’

Narrow, pyramidal Nebraska native with light green leaves in summer turning golden yellow in the fall. The leaves rustle at the slightest breeze and are resistant to leaf spot. Adaptable to high elevations, drought, heat and humidity, and a range of soil types, thereby expanding the range of this mountain species. Plant as a specimen or in groups or groves for a naturalized effect.

Height: 30′-40′
Spread: 15′
Shape: Narrow, pyrimidal
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Light green
Fall Foliage: Golden yellow
Zone: 4-7

Serviceberry ‘Autumn Brilliance’

This tremendously popular tree offers white blossoms in spring, followed by showy, sweet purplish-black fruit. Heavily branched, the tree has an interesting spreading branch pattern, and attractive light gray bark. The brilliant fall leaves are quite persistent. Own root.

Height: 20-25′
Spread: 15′
Shape: Rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Blue-green, small
Fall Foliage: Brilliant red-orange
Zone: 3-8

Serviceberry, ‘Cumulus’

Cumulus Serviceberry is a small multi-stem tree with an upright to rounded, open form and low canopy. Clusters of showy white flowers blossom in the spring prior to the leaves emerging, and produce blue fruits. The dark green foliage turns bright orange to tomato red in the fall. Minimal suckering, a medium growth rate, and tolerance to some urban pollution make this a good choice for use in smaller landscapes and under power lines.

Height: 20-30′
Spread: 15-20′
Shape: Upright oval
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Orange-red
Zone: 4-8

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