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Abies cephalonica Greek Fir; Grecian Fir
EVERGREEN CONIFER; large grower to 100' or more; bright green needles; intolerant of atmospheric pollution; does not transplant well at larger sizes; deer browse resistant; locate in full sun or partial shade & well-drained moisture retentive soils; tolerant of most soil acidity; native to Greece; Zones 5 - 7
7 - 8'B&B
10 - 12'B&B
12 - 14'B&B
14 - 16'B&B
Abies concolor Concolor Fir; White Fir
EVERGREEN CONIFER; long green to blue-green needles; moderate growing pyramidal habit; deer browse resistant; tolerates heat and moderately dry conditions; locate in full to mostly sunny locations & very well-drained organic neutral to slightly acidic soil; native to western North American mountains; Zones 4 - 7 (8)
6 - 7'B&B
7 - 8'B&B
8 - 10'B&B
10 - 12'B&B
12 - 14'B&B
Abies firma Moma Fir; Japanese Fir
EVERGREEN CONIFER; sharply pointed dark green needles; pyramidal habit to 40' or so; tolerant of heat & humidity; deer browse resistant; locate in full to mostly sunny locations & organic neutral to slightly acidic soil; quite tolerant of less than perfect drainage - especially for a Fir; Japanese native; Zones 6 - 9
7 - 8'B&B
8 - 10'B&B
10 - 12'B&B
12 - 14'B&B
EVERGREEN ORNAMENTAL CONIFER; twisting green needles with broad silvery stripes below that are very showy; upright somewhat open pyramidal habit which varies with pruning; upright purple cones in spring; deer browse resistant; locate in morning sun with afternoon shade & very well-drained organic soil; South Korean native; Zones 4 - 7
5 - 6'B&B
6 - 7'B&B
Abies nordmanniana Nordmann Fir; Caucasian Fir
EVERGREEN CONIFER; very dark evergreen needles; pyramidal habit to 50' tall; deer browse resistant; locate in full to partial sun with very well drained slightly acidic moisture retentive soil; one of the best adapted firs for the Mid-Atlantic region; Asian native; Zones 5 - 7
6 - 7'B&B
7 - 8'B&B
8 - 10'B&B
Acer x freemanii 'Armstrong' Fastigiate Freeman Maple
DECIDUOUS SHADE TREE; upright habit to 50' or more; weak reddish fall foliage; native US cross [A. rubrum x A. saccharinum] Zones 3 - 9
2 - 2.5"cB&B
2.5 - 3"cB&B
3 - 3.5"cB&B
Acer griseum TREE FORM Paperbark Maple
DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREE; variable exfoliating cinnamon bark; green foliage turns to shades of red in the fall; grows to about 25' tall by 20' wide or larger; there is a single trunk for 3' to 6' or possibly more; locate in full sun to partial shade; tolerates most soils with good to moderate drainage; PHS Gold Metal; native of China; Zones 5 - 7
2 - 2.5"cB&B
Acer miyabei State Street ('Morton') Miyabe Maple
DECIDUOUS SHADE TREE; small statured shade tree to about 35' tall with more uniform branching; dark glossy green summer foliage turns consistent yellow in October; pest resistant; Japanese native (Chicagoland Grows) Zones 4 - 6
4.5 - 5"cB&B
5 - 6"cB&B
Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood' Red Japanese Maple
DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREE; dark red spring & summer foliage; broadly upright habit to 25' or more in 25 years; branching starts about 3' or more above grade in most cases; locate in full sun to partial shade & well-drained moisture retentive organic soil; afternoon shade helps retain best foliage colors; Japanese native; Zones 5 - 7
4 - 5'7g
Acer palmatum 'Tamukeyama' Red Laceleaf Japanese Maple
DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREE; dark red laceleaf holds color well all summer; vigorous spreading habit; locate in full sun to partial shade & well-drained moisture retentive organic soil; afternoon shade helps retain best foliage colors; PHS Gold Metal; Japanese native; Zones 5 - 7
24 - 30" spr5g
36 - 42" spr7g
Acer palmatum 'Tamukeyama' 3' GRAFT Red Laceleaf Japanese Maple
DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREE; dark red laceleaf holds color well all summer; vigorous spreading habit; locate in full sun to partial shade & well-drained moisture retentive organic soil; afternoon shade helps retain best foliage colors; PHS Gold Metal; Japanese native; Zones 5 - 7
24 - 30" spr5g
Acer rubrum Red Maple; Swamp Maple
DECIDUOUS SHADE TREE; variable yellow to bright red fall foliage; grows to about 50' tall with heads close to that width; locate in full sun; adaptable to wet & well drained soils; US native; Zones 4 - 9
4 - 5'2g
Acer rubrum 'October Glory' Red Maple; Swamp Maple
DECIDUOUS SHADE TREE; broad oval head; brilliant red fall foliage; the last A. rubrum to color in fall; locate in full sun; adaptable to wet & well drained soils; US native (Flemer) Zone 4 - 9
2 - 2.5"cB&B
4.5 - 5"c B&B
5 - 6"c B&B
DECIDUOUS SHADE TREE; pyramidal to rounded head; grows to 50' tall; showy orange to red fall foliage; locate in full sun; adaptable to wet & well drained soils; US native; not as drought tolerant as most other cultivars (Schmidt) Zones 4 - 9
2 - 2.5"cB&B
DECIDUOUS SHADE TREE; fast grower with oval to rounded head; grows to about 50'; thick green foliage resists leaf tatter and turns brilliant red to orange to yellow in fall; locate in full sun to partial shade with room to develop & well drained organic soil; not tolerant of compacted soils, deicing salt or reflected heat; US native; Zones 4 - 8
2 - 2.5"cB&B
2.5 - 3"cB&B
4 - 4.5"cB&B
Aesculus x carnea 'Ft. McNair' Pink Buckeye; Pink Horsechestnut
ORNAMENTAL TREE; 6-8" dark pink panicles with yellow throats in late spring; slightly more resistant to leaf blotch; medium grower to about 40' tall & wide; locate in full sun to partial shade with well drained organic soil; pH adaptable [A. pavia x A. hippocastanum] Zones 4 - 7
2 - 2.5"cB&B
Aesculus parviflora Bottlebrush Buckeye
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING SHRUB; white flowers in early summer; shrubby wide-spreading habit to 10' high by 12' to 15' spread; best in full sun and rich organic slightly acidic soils that drain well; PHS Gold Metal; southeast US native; Zones 4 - 8 (9)
24 - 30"7g
2 - 3'7g
DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREE; bushy upright habit to 25'; white spring flowers; blue-black edible fruit; foliage is resistant to leaf spot and turns variable shades of orange in fall; branching starts at or near the ground; best in full sun to partial shade & moist well-drained acidic soil; native US cross [A. arborea x A. laevis] (Wandell) Zones 4 - 9
6 - 7'B&B
7 - 8'B&B
Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Robin Hill' TREE FORM Apple Serviceberry
DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREE; bushy upright habit to 25' by 12'; pink buds open soft pink and quickly fade to white; blue-black edible fruit; foliage is resistant to leaf spot and turns shades of yellow & red in fall; best in full sun to partial shade & moist well-drained acidic soil; native US cross [A. arborea x A. laevis] Zones 4 - 8
2 - 2.5"cB&B
Amelanchier laevis STAKED Alleghany Serviceberry
DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREE; white flower in April; sweet black edible fruit; bushy upright habit; locate in full sun or light shade; soil & pH adaptable; US native; Zones 4 - 8
4 - 5'2g
Amelanchier lamarkii Juneberry; Serviceberry
DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREE; mildly fragrant white flowers in April before the foliage emerges; sweet black edible fruit appears in June; foliage emerges purplish, turns dark green through summer & becomes shades or orange & red in fall; bushy upright habit to about 20' high & wide; very similar to A. laevis; locate is sun or part shade with neutral well drained soil; European native; Zones 4 - 8
2 - 3'2g
Amelanchier lamarkii STAKED Juneberry; Serviceberry
DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREE; mildly fragrant white flowers in April before the foliage emerges; sweet black edible fruit appears in June; foliage emerges purplish, turns dark green through summer & becomes shades or orange & red in fall; bushy upright habit to about 20' high & wide; very similar to A. laevis; locate is sun or part shade with neutral well drained soil; European native; Zones 4 - 8
6-7'2g
Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima' Red Chokeberry
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING SHRUB; upright suckering shrub to 10'; white flowers in May; brilliant red fall foliage; persistent red fruit; glossy dark green summer foliage; locate in full sun to part shade; tolerant of most soils that don't stay wet; eastern US native; PHS Gold Metal; Zones 4 - 9
3 - 4'7g
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING SHRUB; white flowers in May; profusion of black fruit that matures at the same time for more ease of harvesting in fall; variably red fall foliage that is smaller than A. arbutifolia; upright habit to about 4' tall; spreads by root suckers; locate in full sun to part shade & well-drained to boggy soils that don't stay wet; eastern US native (Research Inst.of Pomology, Poland) Zones 3 - 8 (9)
30 - 36"5g
Aronia melanocarpa 'Viking' Black Chokeberry
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING SHRUB; masses of small white flowers in May; large persistent black fruit into winter; glossy dark green summer foliage turns brilliant reddish-orange in the fall; bushy grower to about 5' tall; locate in full sun to part shade; tolerant of most soils that don't stay wet; eastern US native; Zones 3 - 8 (9)
30 - 36"5g
Asimmina triloba Common Pawpaw
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING TREE; purple flower in May before the new foliage; 2” edible fruit; upright, yellow fall foliage; somewhat open habit; very adaptable to a wide range of soils & exposure; US native; Zones 5 - 8
3 - 4'2g
Azalea 'Buzzard' Yellow Hybrid Azalea
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING SHRUB; fragrant pale yellow flowers tinged in pink in May before foliage break; vigorous broadly upright habit to about 4' in 10 years; fall foliage is yellow; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in light to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils (A. Waterer) - 20° F
24 - 30"5g
Azalea 'Delaware Valley' White Evergreen Azalea
EVERGREEN FLOWERING SHRUB; 2 1/4" single pure white flowers in early midseason; compact spreading mound to 4' high & wide; attracts butterflies; resists rabbit browse; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in full sun to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils; Glenn Dale Hybrid; - 20° F
12 - 15" spr5g
Azalea 'Gibraltar' Orange Knapp Hill Azalea
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING SHRUB; crimson buds open to large brilliant ruffled orange trusses of 10-12 flowers in midseason; mildew resistant foliage; vigorous compact upright habit to 5' in 10 yrs.; most heat tolerant of the group; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in light to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils; (de Rothschild) Zones 5 - 7 (8)
18 - 21"3g
Azalea 'Gumpo Pink' Pink Gumpo Azalea
EVERGREEN FLOWERING SHRUB; 2 1/2" single pink flower with varying shades in early June; dwarf spreading mound to 12" tall by 18" wide in 10 years; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in light to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils; Satsuki Hybrid; Zones (6) 7 - 9
10 - 12" spr5g
Azalea 'Gumpo White' White Gumpo Azalea
EVERGREEN FLOWERING SHRUB; 2 1/2" single white flower in early June; dwarf spreading mound to 12" tall by 18" wide in 10 years; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in light to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils; Satsuki Hybrid; Zones (6) 7 - 9
12 - 15" spr5g
Azalea 'Hino Crimson' Red Evergreen Azalea
EVERGREEN FLOWERING SHRUB; 1" single scarlet-red flowers in early mid-season; compact & sun tolerant; glossy green foliage turns dark red in fall; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in full sun to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils; Kurume Hybrid (Vermeulen) Zones 5 - 8
12 - 15" spr5g
Azalea 'Klondyke' Orange Exbury Azalea
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING SHRUB; fragrant dark yellow trusses w/ orange-yellow blotch in mid-season; dense broadly upright habit to 5' in 10 yrs.; brownish-red new foliage is mildew resistant green in summer & deep bronze in fall; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in light to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils; (de Rothschild) Zones 6 - 8
5g
Azalea 'Mandarin Lights' Red Northern Lights Azalea
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING SHRUB; red with orange flare; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in light to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils; - 32° F
15 - 18"5g
Azalea 'Poukhanense' Korean Azalea
EVERGREEN FLOWERING SHRUB; small clusters of 2" single lightly fragrant soft lavender trusses of 2-4 flowers with a reddish blotch in May; dark green summer foliage turns orange to reddish-purple in fall & is deciduous in northern-most range; grows to about 4-5' tall & twice as wide in 10 years; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in light to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils; correct name is Rhododendron yedoense var. poukhanense; Korean native; Zones 4 - 8
12 - 15"5g
Azalea 'Tangerine Delight' Orange Deciduous Azalea
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING SHRUB; fragrant bright orange flower clusters in mid-spring; upright habit to 10' tall by 6'+ wide; new foliage emerges with burgundy tones, maturing to a medium green through fall; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in light to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils; native US hybrid [R. calendulaceum x R. Knapp Hill] Zones 5 - 9
18 - 24"5g
Azalea 'White Lightning' White Deciduous Azalea
DECIDUOUS FLOWERING SHRUB; fragrant, 2.5" diameter, 6 flowered truss of white flowers with yellow blotch in late season; large grower to 10' in 10 years; must be planted high, with the top of the root mass at least 10% of its' height above the adjacent soil level; locate in light to moderate shade & deep organic well-drained moisture retentive acidic soils; ARS 2008 Rhododendron of the Year; eastern US native cross [R. arborescens x R. calendulaceum] or [R. cumberlandense] -35° F
15 - 18"3g