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Balled & Burlapped Trees

Acer, Autumn Blaze Freemani Maple

The autumn blaze maple tree is a unique combination of good traits from the red maple and silver maple. The qualities mixed by the autumn blaze maple tree are brilliant orange-red color in the fall, dense and healthy branching, and enhanced growth that protects from insects and disease. They are known for their unexcelled speed of growth. The autumn blaze maple tree can also live in a variety of climates, ranging from the frigid cold of zone three, to the humid south of zone eight.

Acer, Crimson King Maple

'Crimson King' is a hardy, deciduous, tree with broad crown and dense foliage, reaching 80 feet in height, by 50 feet in width. It bears red-tinged yellow flowers in early spring with dark red-purple leaves, maturing to dark purple.

Acer, Deborah Norway Maple

'Deborah' is a hardy, deciduous, tree with broad crown and dense foliage. The leaves are wavy-margined, opening in brilliant red, turning dark green in summer, and become orange-yellow in the fall. It bears greenish yellow flowers in early spring. Tolerant of poor soils and harsh environmental conditions, but should be grown where vigorous surface roots will not be a problem.

Acer, Ginnala Flame Maple

Amur maple is a multi-stemmed, deciduous small tree or shrub that typically grows 15' to 20' tall. Multiple trunks are common. Small clusters (to 1.5" across) of yellowish white flowers in spring are followed by red, two-winged samaras which often persist into late autumn or winter.

Acer, Green Mountain Maple

'Acer saccharum "Green Mountain", is a very handsome deciduous tree with leathery leaves. This showy tree is upright and oval in shape.

Acer, October Glory Maple

Acer rubrum is a deciduous, Missouri native tree that will typically grow 40-60’ tall with a rounded to oval crown. It grows faster than Norway and sugar maples, but slower than silver maple. In northern states, red maple usually occurs in wet bottomland, river flood plains and wet woods, but in Missouri it typically frequents drier, rocky upland areas. Sap of this tree can be used to make maple syrup that is inferior in quality to syrups made from the sugar maple.

Acer, Royal Red Maple

The Royal Red maple is near the October Glory red maple, two vastly different trees. The Royal Red maple is not an acer rubrum-- "red maple"; this tree was created from Norway maple and sugar maple parents. The only reason it's called "red maple" is because of the summer leaf color. Paradoxically, the October Glory red maple is an acer rubrum -- "red maple," with green leaves in summer.

Aesculus, Bottle Brush Buckeye

Bottlebrush buckeye is noted for being one of the best summer-flowering shrubs for shade areas. It is a dense, mounded, suckering, deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub which typically grows 6-12' tall. Features palmate green leaves (5-7 leaflets) and erect, showy, cylindrical panicles (to 12" long) of tubular white flowers with conspicuous red anthers and pinkish filaments.

Amelanchier, Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry

This hybrid apple serviceberry cultivar is a deciduous, early-flowering large shrub or small tree which typically grows 15-25' tall. Features 5-petaled, showy, slightly fragrant, white flowers in drooping clusters (racemes) which appear before the leaves emerge in early spring.

Betula, River Birch Multi Stem

The River Birch tree, Betula Nigra, is a very handsome tree for estates, parks, golf courses and any other large areas. It displays a light reddish brown cinnamon bark that peels and flakes to give that beautiful look that the birch family is noted for. Plant as a specimen, or as a windbreak, plant 20’ apart in the row. It is excellent in wet soil.

River, Birch

The River Birch tree, Betula Nigra, is a very handsome tree for estates, parks, golf courses and any other large areas. It displays a light reddish brown cinnamon bark that peels and flakes to give that beautiful look that the birch family is noted for. Plant as a specimen, or as a windbreak, plant 20’ apart in the row. It is excellent in wet soil.

Cercis, Eastern Redbud

The Eastern Redbud has pink-lavender flowers, in 4-inch clusters (10 cm) bloom in early spring, before the foliage arrives. They are followed by pendulous, flat, bean-like, seed pods in late spring.

Cercis, Eastern Redbud Tree

The Eastern Redbud has pink-lavender flowers, in 4-inch clusters (10 cm) bloom in early spring, before the foliage arrives. They are followed by pendulous, flat, bean-like, seed pods in late spring.

Cornus, Pagoda Dogwood

Pagoda Dogwood grows slowly at first but becomes moderate with age. The tree grows in sun or shade. The fall color is deep red and the white flowers are produced in clusters in the spring. Bluish-black fruit are produced after the flowers.

Crateagus, Thornless Cockspur hawthorne Tree

Cockspur Hawthorn is somewhat sensitive to being transplanted in Autumn, and care should be taken to amend the soil, fertilize, water thoroughly, mulch adequately, and avoid Winter salt spray, to enhance survival chances during the first Winter

Ginkgo, Autumn Gold Maidenhair

This prehistoric plant is an upright, columnar, then spreading, deciduous tree with grey bark. Fan shaped leaves are medium green to yellow green and taper into stems, usually lobed at the edges. On females, 3 inch yellow flowers are borne in clusters, followed by a fleshy, plum like fruit which stink when ripe. These beautiful trees are extinct in the wild, but luckily are becoming increasingly popular in cultivation, possibly this is due to the trees use in herbology. Very slow growing, but long lived.

Hydrangea, Limelight

The Hydrangea Lime Light, 'Hydrangea p. 'Limelight', a Proven Winners selection, is an extraordinary new Hydrangia with exceptonal bright lime green flowers. This plant will really add cplr to a late summer lanscape. Lime Light has excellent vigor and is a floriferous bloomer. This plant can also be utilized in a container.

Hydrangea, Tardiva

Tardiva is a wonderfully dependable, airy paniculata. It can easily be trained into a tree form. The blooms look fresh on the shrub (or tree) for a long time. Even after they've faded, they look like white moths dancing around the tree. Some people are surprised that all the "buds" on the bloom do not open. This is natural to this plant. The blooms have only a few "open buds" (showy blossoms).

Magnolia, Ann

The Ann Magnolia tree, Magnolia x Ann, is a member of the 'Little Girl' series of Magnolias that are the result of a cross originally made at the U.S. National Arboretum. 'Ann' develops a somewhat open habit with deep purple-red, 7-9 inch petaled flowers. Ann Magnolia trees are vigorous and hardy. Best grown in normal garden soil in full sun.

Magnolia, Royal Star

Large, fragrant, double white flowers appearing before the foliage. Upright, dense branching, multi-trunked large shrub or small tree. Blooms later than Magnolia stellata; useful in areas where late freezes occur. Deciduous. Full sun. Moderate grower to 10 to 15 feet tall, 10 to 12 feet wide. Cutting grown.

Malus, Sargent Flowering Crab

This ornamental flowering crab is also known as Malus sargentii 'Candymint'. It has been in testing with several aboreta for it's disease resistance and general survivability and has performed very well, especially to apple scab, with moderate resistance to Japanese beetle.

Malus, Sargent Tina Flowering Crab

This Sargent crabapple cultivar is a densely-branched, spreading, deciduous, dwarf shrub which typically grows smaller than the species, namely to 4-5' tall. Pink buds open to a profuse spring bloom of fragrant, white flowers (1" diameter). Flowers are followed by small, red crabapples (1/4" diameter) which mature in the fall. The pea-sized fruits are long-lasting and attractive to birds. Ovate, lobed, dark green leaves. The Royal Hortictural Society lists this plant as symonymous with Malus toringo subsp. sargentii 'Tina'.

Malus, Spring Snow Crab

Spring snow is fruitless and has a dense, oval crown. It makes an ideal street tree and has grown well in urban settings. It has showy white flowers in spring. It requires minimal pruning.

Metasequoia, Dawn Redwood

Dawn Redwood is one of only a few deciduous conifers. It is a large, fast growing tree that can make an excellent shade or street tree if the lot is large enough.

Pyrus, Chanticlear Pear

'Chanticleer' Callery Pear was selected Urban Tree of the Year for 2005 as determined by responses to an annual survey in arborist magazine City Trees . This magazine serves as the official Journal to The Society of Municipal Arborists (SMA) and readers select a new tree each year.

Quercus, Bur Oak

Bur oak is a classic tree of the American savanna. Q. macrocarpa has sheltered the Great Plains for centuries even where other tree species have made attempts but failed. It is a member of the the white oak family. The bur oak acorn cup has a burry fringe and is a major identifier along with the leaf's large middle sinus that gives it a "pinched waist" look. Corky ridges often adorn the twigs.

Quercus, Red Oak

The red oak is one of the largest and most important timber trees. One of the fastest growing of the oaks, it attains a to 80 feet and a diameter of two to three feet. It has a wide, spreading head with few far reaching branches. Found growing over southeastern Canada and the northeastern United States, it reaches west to central Minnesota, eastern Nebraska and Kansas. It is found over most of Iowa on a variety of soils, except on the drier clay uplands. It prefers moist, rich soils on north, east or northeast exposures.

Syringa Reticulata, Ivory Silk Tree Lilac

The Tree Lilac, Syringa reticulata, 'Ivory Silk' is a heavily flowering tree, covered by large plumes of small white flowers in the beginning of summer. Its dark green leaves blending with the fragrant white flowers are a favorite for spring-time landscapes. This small deciduous tree has recently attracted the interest of urban foresters as a small tree for planting under power lines. The leaves are similar to the common lilac shrub, dark green and oppositely attached to a shiny brown, stout stem.

Syringa, Dwarf Korean Lilac

The Dwarf Korean Lilac - Tree Form, Syringa meyeri 'Palibin', is dwarf variety of lilac in tree form with single, very fragrant, pale lilac flowers and small clean foliage. This plant blooms profusely at an early age. This ornamental plant makes an excellent accent or specimen in the landscape.

Viburnum, Carlesii-Korean Spice Compactum

In early spring, Korean Spice Viburnum will be literally covered in deep pink buds that open slowly into clusters of white, waxy flowers. It is these flowers that emit the complex spicy, sweet fragrance that makes this shrub irresistible. One shrub is enough to perfume the entire neighborhood for weeks with the richest, most delightful fragrance imaginable. The white flowers are replaced in the summer by red fruit that will fade to a black-blue in the fall. The green foliage will turn to a bright red and then deep burgundy in autumn.

Whitespire, Birch (Single)

This Birch is tolerant of high temperatures and resistant to bronze birch borer. Fine textured twigs and foliage; it thrives in a wide range of soils. The chalk white bark does not peel. These trees are normally sold in clumps, but we do have single stem as well.
Balled & Burlapped Evergreens

Arborvitae, Emerald Green

The emerald green arborvitae is an evergreen tree with bright emerald green foliage. The emerald arborvitae can reach a height of thirty feet and have a spread of about eight to ten feet. They make an excellent screen, and can grow at a rate of about four feet per year. When young, the emerald arborvitae has a bright green color to its foliage which darkens as the plant ages.

Arborvitae, Nigra

Nigra is a pyramidal shrub with dark green leaves. In general, this conifer is a tall columnar to conical, evergreen tree with fissured, reddish bark. Scale-like leaves are ovate, mid to dark-green on top, lighter beneath. Females bear small cones with a small terminal hook on each scale.

Arborvitae, Techny

The techny arborvitae is a fast growing arborvitae tree. They generally have denser foliage than many of the other species of arborvitae, and make the best hedges. One of the hardiest of the arborvitae, the techny arborvitae will grow best in zones three through eight. This is the arborvitae of choice for areas with tougher conditions.

Hemlock, Canadian

Canadian Hemlock is a coniferous tree found from Northeastern Minnesota to Southern Quebec. Although it is easiest to find in this area, its range spans east and west of the Appalachians. The Canadian Hemlock is a long lived tree, and there have been cases of specimens growing as high as 150 feet.

Pine, Austrian

The uniqueness of the Austrian pine has made it a much loved tree in the United States. The Austrian pine also known as the Pinus Nigra is a unique tree amongst others. Its tolerance and ability to sustain extreme levels of air pollution and the fact that it can survive in adverse soil conditions are amongst the factors that set this tree apart.

Pine, Scotch

The scotch pine was imported from Europe. It is considered a long-needled tree with needles up to three inches long. There is little fragrance associated with the scotch pine. It has stronger branches than the white pine which allows it to support larger ornaments. This tree was once the top seller on the market.

Pine, White

The warming air of this verdant May morning touches my senses with white pine (Pinus strobus). In the sweet-scented shade of a towering white pine much like the one I now sit under, the Peaceful Nations buried their weapons. I breathe deeply, asking their ancient wisdom to flow into me with the refreshing pine smell.

Spruce, Blackhills

The Black Hills Spruce, Picea Glauca Var. densata, is noted for its dark green foliage and conical form. Black Hills Spruce trees are very dense and have a deep dark green color. It is a truly cold adapted tree and is very resistant to winter injury. It prefers rich moist soil in full sun, and also thrives in dry, well-drained sites.

Spruce, Colorado Blue

A magnificent sight of silver blue-green spruce. Rated one of the most popular evergreens. It grows well while young and matures at 50-75'; 10'-20' spread in the landscape, up to 135' and 35' spread in the wild.

Spruce, Norway

With its perfect, pyramidal shape, the Norway spruce tree makes a fine live Christmas tree for the yard. It is rather stiffly formal in its youth, but older branches produce pendulous branchlets, giving it more charm as it ages. Its needles are dark green year-round. The cones, borne sporadically, are particularly large for a spruce. It can reach more than 100 feet in height, even under cultivation.

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