Trees

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This plant list is an average representation of what we carry in-store between Spring to Fall. 

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Almond

Flowering almond, or double flowering plum, is a deciduous tree with gorgeous spring flowers blooming pink with double petals. This medium growing Rosaceae family member is a lovely addition to accent shrub borders around parking lots, strip plantings, or around a deck or patio.

Zone: 3-7
Sun: 
Full Sun, part-shade
Soil: 
Moist, well-drained, tolerant to alkaline soil
PH: 
5.5-7.5
Salt Tolerance:
 Sensitive
Height: Up to 30 feet

Product Type:
- Double Flowering Treeform

Apple

Domesticated tree and fruit of the rose family Rosaceae, one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits. Apple flowers are showy with five white petals, often tinged with pink, and numerous stamens. The flowers are pollinated by bees and other insects, and most varieties require cross-pollination for fertilization.

Zone: 3-8
Sun: 
Full Sun
Soil: 
Moist, well-drained
PH: 
6.0-8.0
Salt Tolerance:
 Sensitive
Height: Up to 30 feet

Product Type:
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Assorted
Braebrun
Cortland
Empire
Fireside
Fuji
Gala
Granny Smith
Gravenstein
Honeycrisp
Liberty
Mcintosh
Mutsu
Nothern Sky
Red Delicious
Spartan
Yellow Delicious

- Dwarf
Honeycrisp
Red Delicious
- Assorted Patio
Gold Sentinel
Scarlet Sentinel
Urban Golden Treat
Urban Tasty Red
- 4 Way 2T Espaliered
- 3 Tier Espaliered
- Combination

Beech

The beech tree is deciduous tree that grows very tall, and has a smooth, grey-blue bark. When the spring arrives, you will notice the buds on the beech trees opening out into deep, emerald-green leaves.

Zone: 4-9
Sun: 
Full Sun
Soil: 
Grows best in acidic, loamy, moist, sandy, silty loam, well-drained and clay soils. It is very drought sensitive.
PH: 
5.0-6.5
Salt Tolerance:
 Tolerant
Height: 50–60' and a spread of 35–45' at maturity

Product Type:
- European
- Red Obelisk

Birch

A birch is a thin-leaved deciduous hardwood tree found in almost all countries having a temperate climate. Birch trees are recognizable by their bark, which peels off in strips in all birches except the gray birch. Bark of the birch can be white, grey, yellow, silver or black in colour.

Zone: 2-7
Sun: Full Sun
Soil: Moist, does not tolerate dry soils
PH: 5.0-6.4
Salt Tolerance: Sensitive
Height: 40 to 70 feet tall

Product Type:
- Dakota Pinnacle
- Dura Heat
- Heritage River Clump
- Heritage River Single Stem
- Heritage River Shiloh
- Jacquemonti Clump
- Young's Weeping

Black Tupelo

Another name for the Black Tupelo is the Black Gum. They are usually found in wet sites that feature a shallow water table. The Black Gum is a shade tree, and is often planted in gardens due to its golden autumn leaves and shiny blue fruits. The fruit of the black tupelo attracts many birds and wildlife

Zone: 4-9
Sun: Full Sun, part-shade
Soil: Grows well in in acidic, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, silty loam and well-drained soils.
PH: 5.5-6.5
Salt Tolerance: Tolerant
Height: 30–50' and a spread of 20–30' at maturity

Product Type:
- Wildfire

Burning Bush

This large bush has a natural open form that shows well in borders, beds and even containers. The plant will get tiny flowers in May to June that turn into tiny dangling red berries.

Zone: 3-9
Sun: 
Full Sun, part-shade
Soil: 
Moist, well drained
PH: 
6.0-7.5
Salt Tolerance:
 Moderate

Product Type:
- Burning Bush
- Dwarf

Caragana

Caragana, most commonly known as Siberian pea shrub, is a genus of shrubs or small trees that are native to the cold, semi-arid regions. When used as an ornamental, the form of the shrub can be altered with selective pruning as it grows.

Zone: 2-7
Sun: 
Full Sun
Soil: 
Prefers dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought
PH: 
5.0-8.0
Salt Tolerance:
 Tolerant
Height: 6- 9 feet tall

Product Type:
- Weeping Standard
- Weeping Walker's Cutleaf

Cherry

The two basic cherry tree types are those that yield sweet cherries that can be eaten immediately picked off the tree and sour cherry or baking cherries. Both cherry tree types ripen early and are ready for harvest in the late spring. Most sweet cherries need a pollinizer while sour cherries are predominantly self-fruitful.

Zone: 4-8
Sun: 
Full Sun
Soil: 
Moist, well drained
PH: 
6.0-8.0
Salt Tolerance:
 Sensitive
Height: Up to 35 feet

Product Type:
- Assorted
Bing (Sweet)
Stella / Heidelfingen (Sweet)
Meteor (Sour)
Montmorency (Sour)

- Dwarf
Bing (Sweet)
Stella (Sweet)

- Combo
- Kwanzan
- Kwanzan Flowering
- Snow Fountain
- Double Pink Weeping

Crabapple

Crabapple trees enhance the aesthetics of lawns with their attractive foliage and fragrant blossoms. Crabapples are smaller than apples and too sour or bitter to eat but still useful for making jelly and preserves.

Zone: 4-8
Sun: 
Full Sun
Soil: 
Rich soil, well-drained
PH: 
5.5-6.5
Salt Tolerance:
 Moderate
Height: Up to 15-25 feet

Product Type:
- Dolgo
- Gladiator
- Indian Magic
- Starlite
- Royal Mist
- Purple Spire
- Red Jewel
- Louisa
- Perfect Purple
- Prairie Fire
- Profusion
- Red Baron
- Red Jade
- Rinki
- Robinson
- Royal Raindrops
- Royal Spectacular
- Spring Snow

Dogwood

An upright North American native tree with reddish-brown bark that matures to gray. The white spring flowers are followed by white fruit in summer.

Zone: 3-8
Sun: 
Full Sun, part-shade
Soil: 
Wet to dry
PH: 
5.0-7.0
Salt Tolerance:
 Moderate
Height: Up to 10-15 feet

Product Type:
- Pagoda Treeform
- Venus Chinese Flowering

Native to Ontario

Gingko

Ginkgo biloba, also called maidenhair, is a large broadleaf, deciduous tree witha sculptural pyramid shape. The Ginkgo biloba is one of the oldest living tree species in the world. It's the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees that date back to before dinosaurs roamed the Earth.

Zone: 3-8
Sun: 
Full Sun, part-shade
Soil: 
Grows in acidic, alkaline, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, silty loam, well-drained, wet and clay soils. It tolerates moderate drought and wetness
PH: 
5.0-8.0
Salt Tolerance:
 Moderate
Height: Up to 25-50 feet

Product Type:
- Golden Colonnade Maidenhair
- Maidenhair

Honeylocust

Honey locust, also known as thorny locust or thorn tree, is a medium-sized tree with angular branches, a broad, flat-topped crown, and light, feathery foliage.

Zone: 4-9
Sun: 
Full Sun
Soil: 
Grows well in loamy, sandy, clay, silt
PH: 
6.0-8.0
Salt Tolerance:
 Tolerant
Height: Up to 40 feet

Product Type:
- Shademaster
- Skyline
- Sunburst

Hornbeam

Hornbeams are hardwood trees in the flowering plant genus Carpinus in the birch family Betulaceae. Common hornbeam is a deciduous, broadleaf tree which has pale grey bark with vertical markings, and sometimes a short, twisted trunk which develops ridges with age.

Zone: 3-9
Sun: 
Part-shade, shade
Soil: 
Moist, well-drained
PH: 
4.0-7.4
Salt Tolerance:
 Sensitve
Height: Up to 20-35 feet

Product Type:
- European Pyramidal
- Frans Fontaine Pyramidal

Hydrangea

Panicle hydrangeas – also known aspeegee hydrangeas, hardy hydrangeas, and Limelight hydrangeas, are the easiest to grow, most adaptable of all hydrangeas. These beautiful blooms will go from white to pink or red in the fall when the temperatures drop.

Zone: 3-8
Sun: Full Sun, part-shade
Soil:
 Moist, well-drained
PH: 5.8-6.2
Salt Tolerance: Tolerant

Product Type:
- Limelight Standard
- Little Lime Standard
- Phantom Standard
- Pinky Winky Standard
- Quick Fire Standard
- Vanilla Strawberry

Katsura

The Katsura tree can make an excellent specimen or shade tree in landscapes with its clean fresh looking foliage and attractive pyramidal form when young that will spread as it ages. Besides looking attractive, the Katsura has this neat trick of giving off a subtle sweet smell as it turns colors in the Fall.

Zone: 4-8
Sun: Full Sun
Soil:
 Moist, well-drained
PH: 5.0-8.2
Salt Tolerance: Moderate
Height: Up to 40-60 feet

Lilac

The lilac is a deciduous, multi-stemmed tree with an irregular, rounded outline that blooms in the springtime. Lilacs can grow as bushes or trees and blooms with the most unmistaken scent of strong perfume.

Zone: 3-7
Sun: Full Sun
Soil:
 Moist, well-drained in rich soil and organic matter. Intolerant to wet soil.
PH: 6.5-7.0
Salt Tolerance: Moderate
Height: Up to 8-12 feet

Product Type:
- Bloomerang Dark Purple Standard
- Japanese Ivory Silk
- Korean Dwarf Standard
- Tinkerbelle Standard

Native to Ontario

Linden

Linden trees are medium to large shade trees; they tend to have thick, pillar-like trunks with dark bark that begins smooth but develops furrows as the tree matures. The linden tree's flowers, a favorite of bees from May to July. Some beekeepers cultivate lindens specifically to boost honey production.

Zone: 2-8
Sun: Full Sun, part-shade
Soil:
 Moist, well-drained
PH: 7.0-8.0
Salt Tolerance: Sensitive
Height: Up to 60-80 feet

Product Type:
- Corinthian
- Glenleven
- Greenspire

Magnolia

Magnolia trees are prized for their large flowers that perfume the balmy spring air with a sweet, heady fragrance. Magnolia plants can be evergreen or deciduous and bear alternate smooth-margined leaves. The flowers, usually cuplike and fragrant, are located at the branch.

Zone: 5-9
Sun: Full Sun, part-shade
Soil:
 Moist, well-drained
PH: 4.5-6.0
Salt Tolerance: Sensitive
Height: Up to 40-70 feet

Product Type:
- Butterflies Tree Form
- Jane Tree Form
- Judy Zuk Tree Form
- Leonard Messel Tree Form
- Merrill Tree Form
- Vulcan Tree Form
- Yellow Bird

native to canada

Red Maple

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Freeman Maple

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Norway Maple

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Sugar Maple

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Tatarian Maple

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Golden Full Moon Maple

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Japanese Maple

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Mountain Ash

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Mulberry

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Oak

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Pear

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Plum

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Sandcherry

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Serviceberry

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Willow

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