Rounded shape with horizontal branching growing to about 20 feet at maturity.
Large, pointed, white to pinkish bracts produced three weeks after our native flowering dogwood. Fruits medium, reddish pink, raspberry-like, very attractive to birds. Foliage scarlet in fall.
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Dogwood, White Flowering
The flowering dogwood is unquestionably one of the most popular of our native flowering trees.
Height to 30 feet, with a rounded, open, horizontal branching habit. Moderate growth. The branches are covered with spectacular white bracts of flowers in Spring before leaves appear.
Fall fruits are glossy, red, and persist well into late fall. Foliage turns a bright scarlet in fall
Plum, American (NATIVE)
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Hardiness Zones: 5-9
Also known as wild plum. Often grown as a shrub but can be grown as a tree. Edible, sweet fruit. Not large, but these 1″ yellow to red to purple fruit are sweet and very juicy. Makes fantastic plum jam! Rapid growth to 12-20′. Prefers full sun, but will tolerate some shade. Common as an understory tree in nature.
White, fragrant flowers in early spring.
Grown as single leader, not shrub form. Container grown trees are 36-48″ tall.
Redbud, American Eastern
American Redbud or Eastern Redbud and sometimes referred to as the Judas tree as it dates back to biblical times.
Very handsome, small tree with gracefully ascending branches, reaches 20 to 30 feet. Perfect reddish purple flowers open to a rosy-pink, March-April. Emerging heart-shaped reddish purple leaves turn green, then yellow-green in fall. Origin: New Jersey to Florida, west to Missouri and Texas and northern Mexico. Zones 4-10
Great as a single specimen, in a group, in a shrub border, and especially nice in woodland and naturalized type landscapes.
2 Gallon size trees are 3 yr. old . Fast growing up until about 12′, then growth slows somewhat. Excellent for use under canopy of large trees and should have afternoon shade in southern zones.