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Alder – Prairie Horizon Manchurian

Alder – Prairie Horizon ManchurianRapid growing, drought tolerant tree, with smooth gray bark and dark green foliage. Purple catkins and clusters of brown, cone-like seeds add interest to the tree during winter.
Common NamePrairie Horizon Manchurian AlderBotanical NameAlnus hirsuta 'Harbin'
Height9-10 mSpread6-8 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Amur Cherry

Amur CherryThe bark is an orange shade turning bronze as the tree matures. Light green leaves are narrow and pointed. Small clusters of white flowers and black fruit. Requires well drainiend soil.
Common NameAmur CherryBotanical NamePrunus maackii
Height7 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Amur Cherry – Goldspur

Amur Cherry – GoldspurExcellent dwarf ornamental tree for residential plantings with an upright growth habit and compact form. White flowers in spring followed by small black berries. Attractive peeling coppery bark. A selection from Dr. Philip Ronald in Manitoba which is resistant to Black Knot. Requires well drained soil.  
Common NameGoldspur Amur CherryBotanical NamePrunus maackii 'Jefspur'
Height5 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Amur Cherry – Klondike

Picture Not AvailableA new introduction from Jefferies Nursery in Manitoba. This is an improved selection of Amur cherry with stronger branching, black knot resistance and less frost cracking. The exfoliating golden orange bark adds color to the winter scene. Prefers well drained soil.
Common NameKlondike Amur CherryBotanical NamePrunus maackii 'Jefdike'
Height8 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourBright Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Ash Green – Patmore

Ash Green –  PatmoreA seedless male clone of Green Ash that is fast growing, has a straight trunk and better fall leaf retention than regular Green Ash.
Common NamePatmore Green AshBotanical NameFraxinus pennsylvanica 'Patmore'
Height15 mSpread8 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall ColourGolden Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Ash Green – Foothills

Ash Green – FoothillsNew seedless green ash selection developed near Calgary. Uniform growth with an oval shaped crown. The trunk is resistant to sun scald.
Common NameFoothills AshBotanical NameFraxinus pennsylvanica 'Heuver'
Height15 mSpread8 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
Special Features  

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Ash Green – Prairie Spire

Picture Not AvailableFast growing, pyramidal tree that becomes more oval with age. Dark green glossy foliage turns yellow in fall. This seedless variety was developed by The University North Dakota.
Common NamePrairie Spire AshBotanical NameFraxinus pennsylvanica 'Rugby'
Height15 mSpread6 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall ColourGolden Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Aspen – Swedish Columnar

Aspen – Swedish ColumnarVery hardy, fast growing columnar form of aspen. New growth has reddish colored leaves that turn a shiny green. The white underside looks nice as they shimmer in the wind. Fall color sometimes a red to orange yellow. Great tree for screening and privacy, but you should always diversify with your plantings in case of disease.
Common NameSwedish Columnar AspenBotanical NamePopulus tremula 'Erecta'
Height12 mSpread1.5 - 2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourReddish Turning Shiny Green with Whitish Undersides
Flower ColourFall ColourRed to Orange Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitColumnar
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Aspen – Trembling

Aspen – TremblingHardy native tree with greenish white bark and dark green leaves. Leaves turn bright yellow in fall. Known for its leaves fluttering in the wind. Moist, well drained soils.
Common NameTrembling AspenBotanical NamePopulus tremuloides
Height9 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 1Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall ColourBright Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Aspen Trembling – Prairie Skyrise

Picture Not AvailableSame attributes as regular Trembling Aspen but in a narrow form.
Common NamePrairie Skyrise Trembling AspenBotanical NamePopulus tremuloides 'Prairie Skyrise'
Height12 mSpread1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDeep Green
Flower ColourFall ColourGolden Yellow
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitColumnar
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Birch – Cutleaf Weeping

Birch – Cutleaf WeepingA graceful white barked tree with drooping branches. Lacey, cutleaf dark green foliage turns golden in the fall. Great specimen tree for the landscape.
Common NameCutleaf Weeping BirchBotanical NameBetula pendula 'laciniata'
Height15 mSpread8 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall ColourGolden
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitWeeping
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Birch – Dakota Pinnacle

Picture Not AvailableA newer introduction from North Dakota State University. Columnar form of Paper Birch with dark green foliage that turn a bright yellow in fall. Bark starts out gray/white, progresses to gray/orange and matures as orange/white. The mature bark is slightly exfoliating. Tolerant of most conditions, but does not like compacted soil. As with most birch, it is shallow rooted. Shows good resistance to Bronze Birch Borer.
Common NameDakota Pinnacle BirchBotanical NameBetula platyphylla 'Fargo'
Height8 mSpread2.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall ColourBright Yellow
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitColumnar
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Birch – Paper

Birch – PaperA native birch that is very hardy and desirable for its white peeling bark. Provides nice dappled shade. The City of Edmonton's introduction of a parasitic wasp that destroys the birch leaf miner has helped to make this tree very popular again.
Common NamePaper BirchBotanical NameBetula papyrifera
Height12 mSpread6 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Birch – Paper Multi Stem

Picture Not AvailableA native birch that is very hardy and desirable for its white peeling bark. Provides nice dappled shade. The City of Edmonton's introduction of a parasitic wasp that destroys the birch leaf miner has helped to make this tree very popular again. Multi stem means there is more than one trunk, they are usually in clumps of 2-3.
Common NamePaper Birch Multi StemBotanical NameBetula papyrifera
Height12 mSpread6 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Birch – Parkland Pillar®

Birch – Parkland Pillar®Discovered at Parkland Nurseries in Red Deer, AB, this new Birch has a very columnar form and is very uniform. In trials, at 6 years, it was about 1 m wide and 5 m tall. Current info suggests a 2.5 m spread and 10 m height at maturity. Dark green leaves turning a rich golden yellow in fall. First Editions.
Common NameParkland Pillar® BirchBotanical NameBetula platyphylla 'Jefpark'
Height10 mSpread2.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall ColourRich Golden Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Birch – Prairie Dream Paper

Picture Not AvailableSnow white exfoliating bark makes this an attractive accent tree. Dark green leaves throught the summer turning a golden yellow in fall. This birch is more resistant to Bronze Birch Borer.
Common NamePrairie Dream Paper BirchBotanical NameBetula papyrifera 'Varen'
Height12 mSpread9 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall ColourGolden Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Buckeye – Ohio

Buckeye – OhioHardy, slow growing ornamental with masses of creamy white flowers in May. Fruit is a dark brown nut with a prickly cover. Leaves are fan like and can be quite large. Golden orange foliage in fall, usually with a reddish cast add to the attributes of this tree. All parts of Ohio Buckeye are poisonous to animals.
Common NameOhio BuckeyeBotanical NameAesculus glabra
Height8 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourBright Green
Flower ColourCream WhiteFall ColourGolden Orange with a Reddish Cast
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Caragana – Sutherland

Caragana – SutherlandA narrow multi-stemmed tree with an upright growth habit. Yellow flowers in June. Dark green leaves. Can be single or multi stem. Bright yellow fall color.
Common NameSutherland CaraganaBotanical NameCaragana arborescens 'Sutherland'
Height5 mSpread1-1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourYellowFall ColourBright Yellow
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Caragana Weeping – Top Graft

Caragana Weeping – Top GraftTop grafted onto a single stem. Weeping shape is very attractive and can be used in a feature area of the landscape. Can be pruned to look like an umbrella or the branches left to touch the ground. Bright yellow flowers in early summer.
Common NameWeeping Caragana TGBotanical NameCaragana arborescens 'Pendula'
HeightTopgraft 4' StandardSpread1-1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourYellowFall ColourBright Yellow
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitWeeping
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Caragana Weeping – Walker Fernleaf Top Graft

Caragana Weeping – Walker Fernleaf  Top GraftA top grafted weeping form with feathery light green foliage. Yellow flowers in summer. Leaves similar to asparagus fern. Can be left to trail to the ground or pruned to an umbrella shape. Bright yellow fall color.
Common NameWalker Weeping Caragana TGBotanical NameCaragana arborescens 'Walker'
HeightTopgraft 4' StandardSpread1-1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourLight Green
Flower ColourYellowFall ColourBright Yellow
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitWeeping
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Cherry – Ming

Cherry – MingMing Cherry has clusters of small white flowers in late spring that are followed by small black fruit, which attracts birds. It has green foliage throughout the season that turns yellow in the fall. Exfoliating bark creates winter interest.
Common NameMing CherryBotanical NamePrunus maacki 'Ming'
Height8 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourYellow
LocationGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Chokecherry – Bailey’s Select Schubert

Chokecherry – Bailey’s Select SchubertLeaves are green turning reddish-purple in June. Fragrant white flowers in clusters and black fruit. Brighter red fall leaf color.
Common NameBailey's Select Schubert ChokecherryBotanical NamePrunus virginiana 'Bailey's Select'
Height8 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen Turning Reddish-Purple in June
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourBright Red
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
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Crabapple – Ambassador Flowering

Crabapple – Ambassador FloweringNewer introduction, with a narrower, upright dense form. Bronze purple leaves with pink flowers.
Common NameAmbassador Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus 'Durby'
Height6 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourBronze-Green
Flower ColourPinkFall Colour
LocationGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Crabapple – Courageous Flowering

Crabapple – Courageous FloweringPink flowers in early spring cover this broad oval shaped tree. New leaves emerge bronzy changing to dark green as they mature. Excellent front yard tree.
Common NameCourageous Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus x 'Durlawrence'
Height5 mSpread2-3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourPinkFall ColourYellow-Orange
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Crabapple – Gladiator™ Flowering

Crabapple – Gladiator™ FloweringMasses of pink flowers followed by glossy, deep bronze purple leaves and small purple red ornamental fruit. Upright growth habit makes this an excellent tree for smaller landscapes. Good resistance to apple scab. First Editions.
Common NameGladiator™ Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus x adstringens 'Durleo'
Height6 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDeep Bronze/Purple
Flower ColourDeep PinkFall ColourPurple
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Crabapple – Kelsey Flowering

Crabapple – Kelsey FloweringStunning clusters of fragrant purple flowers with red overtones along the branches in mid spring before the leaves. Attractive coppery-bronze-tipped dark green foliage which emerges coppery-bronze in spring. The pointy leaves are highly ornamental and turn yellow in fall. The fruits are showy purple from early fall to late winter. The fruit can be messy if allowed to drop.  
Common NameKelsey Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus 'Kelsey'
Height5 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourBronze-Green
Flower ColourPinkFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Crabapple – Royalty Flowering

Crabapple – Royalty FloweringShiny, dark reddish purple leaves and dark red flowers. Small dark red fruit stays on the tree into winter. This tree has the darkest flower and leaf color. Dark purple red bark.
Common NameRoyalty Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus 'Royalty'
Height5 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDark Reddish Purple
Flower ColourDark RedFall ColourPurple
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Crabapple – Rudolph Flowering

Crabapple – Rudolph FloweringUpright round head with red flower buds, changing to pink as they open. Green bronze shiny foliage turns orange-yellow in the fall. Persistent fruit attracts birds.
Common NameRudolph Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus 'Rudolph'
Height5 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourShiny Green Bronze
Flower ColourPinkFall ColourOrange-Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Crabapple – Shaughnessy Cohen Flowering

Crabapple – Shaughnessy Cohen FloweringA newer introduction from Modern Research Station, this uniform well rounded tree is a must for the landscape. Full, large fuschia colored flowers and bright reddish green leaves in early spring followed by small fruit that attracts birds.
Common NameShaughnessy Cohen Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus 'Shaughnessy Cohen'
Height6 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourBright Reddish-Green
Flower ColourFuchsiaFall ColourPurple
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Crabapple – Spring Snow Flowering

Crabapple – Spring Snow FloweringFragrant white blossoms open from pink buds followed by glossy green leaves. The form is upright shaped with a rounded crown and a spread almost as wide as the height. This cultivar does not produce fruit.
Common NameSpring Snow Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus 'Spring Snow'
Height6 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGlossy Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourYellow-Orange
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Crabapple – Starlite Flowering

Crabapple – Starlite FloweringIntroduced by Jeffries Nurseries in 2009, this cultivar is a cross between 'Rosthern' and 'Spring Snow'. White, fragrant flowers cover the tree in spring, followed by dark green shiny leaves. The form is upright with a rounded crown. Tiny red fruit is retained into winter.
Common NameStarlite Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus x 'Jeflite'
Height8 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourShiny Dark Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourYellow-Orange
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Crabapple – Thunderchild Flowering

Crabapple – Thunderchild FloweringRound spreading head and dark copper bronze leaves make this a much sought after tree. Very hardy with high resistance to fire blight.
Common NameThunderchild Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus 'Thunderchild'
Height5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Copper-Bronze
Flower ColourPinkFall ColourPurple
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Crabapple Columnar – Emerald Spire Flowering

Crabapple Columnar – Emerald Spire FloweringAttractive pink flowers, followed by reddish green leaves, on the upright branches in spring. Slow growing columnar habit makes it an ideal specimen tree for a narrow area in the yard. Small purplish red ornamental fruit. Foliage is resistant to Apple scab.
Common NameEmerald Spire Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus x 'Jefgreen'
Height5 mSpread2-3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourReddish-Green
Flower ColourPinkFall ColourYellow-Orange
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Crabapple Columnar – Purple Spire Flowering

Crabapple Columnar – Purple Spire FloweringNew introduction - a beautiful columnar accent tree for smaller yards. Bright pink flowers cover the trunk from top to bottom. Glossy purple foliage turning reddish in fall. Small purplish ornamental fruit.
Common NamePurple Spire Flowering CrabappleBotanical NameMalus x 'Jefspire'
Height3 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGlossy Purple
Flower ColourBright PinkFall ColourReddish
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Crabapple Weeping – Royal Beauty Flowering

Crabapple Weeping – Royal Beauty  FloweringFoliage is dark bronze-green. Bright pink blossoms in early spring. Upright form, with a weeping habit. An excellent specimen plant. Best to keep the branches trimmed and not laying on the ground.
Common NameRoyal Beauty Weeping Flowering CrabBotanical NameMalus 'Royal Beauty'
Height2 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourBronzy-Green
Flower ColourPinkFall ColourPurple-Red
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitWeeping
Special Features  

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Elm – American

Picture Not AvailableLarge tree with ascending growth habit. Foliage is glossy dark green, ovate/oblong to 15 cm.
Common NameAmerican ElmBotanical NameUlmus americana
Height15 mSpread10 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Elm – Brandon

Elm – BrandonLarge tree with ascending growth habit. Foliage is glossy dark green. More upright, vase shaped form of American Elm.
Common NameBrandon ElmBotanical NameUlmus americana 'Brandon'
Height15 mSpread10 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGlossy Dark Green
Flower ColourFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Elm – Patmore Brandon

Picture Not AvailableA selection of Brandon Elm. This variety is more compact and upright, and has the ability to grow a dominant leader. Large, coarse toothed leaves turn golden yellow in fall.
Common NamePatmore Brandon Elm TreeBotanical NameUlmus americana 'Patmore'
Height15 mSpread8 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall ColourGolden Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Hawthorn – Snowbird

Hawthorn – SnowbirdDouble white small flowers followed by bright red fruit in fall. Dark green lobed leaves. Does not have a uniform canopy. Seedling selection of Toba that is said to be hardier.
Common NameSnowbird HawthornBotanical NameCrataegus mordenensis 'Snowbird'
Height4 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourDouble WhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Hawthorn – Toba

Hawthorn – TobaDark green lobed leaves, light pink flowers darkening to a deep pink as they mature. Small red fruit in the fall. Great tree for small yards. Does not have a uniform canopy.
Common NameToba HawthornBotanical NameCrataegus mordenensis 'Toba'
Height4 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourLight Pink to Dark PinkFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Hydrangea – Limelight® Shrub or Tree Form

Hydrangea – Limelight® Shrub or Tree FormLarge creamy white flowers in late summer turn a chartreuse green as they mature, becoming dusted with shades of pink in the fall. Prefers semi shade and well drained moist locations. Great for cut flowers. Available in Shrub or Tree Form.
Common NameLimelight® Hydrangea Shrub or Tree FormBotanical NameHydrangea paniculata 'Limelight'
Height2 mSpread1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourCreamy White with Chartreuse Green Dusted with PinkFall Colour
LocationPart Shade/ShadeGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesCut Flowers  

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Hydrangea – Phantom Shrub or Tree Form

Hydrangea – Phantom  Shrub or Tree FormLarge cone shaped panicles of white flowers that turn pink over summer. Looser and larger petals than some hydrangeas. Available in Shrub or tree form.  
Common NamePhantom Hydrangea Shrub or Tree FormBotanical NameHydrangea paniculata 'Phantom'
Height2 mSpread1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhite to PinkFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
Special Features  

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Larch – Siberian

Larch – SiberianSiberian Larch is a conifer (cone bearing) tree, but not evergreen, as it loses its needles in the fall. It is pyramidal in shape and its branches arch upward at the tip. Soft, bright green needles, are fern like, turning bright yellow before dropping in fall. Grows best in light, well drained soils.
Common NameSiberian LarchBotanical NameLarix sibirica
Height12 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourBright Green
Flower ColourFall ColourBright Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitPyramidal
Special FeaturesDeer Resistant  

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Larch – Weeping Tree Form

Larch – Weeping Tree FormGrafted or trained, the irregular weeping branches arch outward. A unique specimen tree that can add to the landscape. Siberian Larch is a conifer (cone bearing) tree with soft, bright green needles, are fern like, turning bright yellow before dropping in fall. Grows best in light, well drained soils.
Common NameWeeping Larch TFBotanical NameLarix decidua 'Pendula'
Height2 - 4 mSpread1 - 2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourBright Green
Flower ColourFall ColourBright Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitWeeping
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Lilac – Bloomerang® Purple – Shrub or Top Graft

Lilac – Bloomerang® Purple  – Shrub or Top GraftHighly fragrant flowers that appear in spring and again late in the summer until first frost. Available in Shrub or Top Graft that is on a 3-4' standard.
Common NameBloomerang® Purple Lilac - Shrub or Top GraftBotanical NameSyringa x 'Penda'
Height1.25 mSpread1.25 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourHot PinkFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Lilac – Dwarf Korean Shrub or Top Graft

Picture Not AvailableAn unusual dwarf variety. Lilac to lavender flowers and small green leaves. Sometimes blooming twice in a season. Very fragrant flower. Top Graft available, where shrub is grafted onto a 3-4' standard.
Common NameDwarf Korean LilacBotanical NameSyringa meyeri 'Palibin'
Height2.5-3 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourLilac to LavenderFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Lilac – Ivory Silk

Lilac – Ivory SilkUpright oval shaped tree with dark green foliage and creamy white fragrant flowers. Great tree for small yards and a perfect specimen tree. Interesting bark. Blooms later then other lilacs.
Common NameIvory Silk LilacBotanical NameSyringa reticulata 'Ivory Silk'
Height5 mSpread2.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourCreamy WhiteFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Lilac – Miss Kim Shrub or Top Graft

Lilac – Miss Kim  Shrub or Top GraftHardy dwarf compact plant. Dark glossy green foliage turns burgundy-red in the fall. Fragrant pale mauve blue flowers.  Requires a well drained, sunny location. Available in Shrub or Top Graft, where shrub has been grafted onto 3-4' standard.
Common NameMiss Kim Lilac Shrub or Top GraftBotanical NameSyringa patula 'Miss Kim'
Height1.5 mSpread1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGlossy Green
Flower ColourPale Mauve-BlueFall ColourBurgundy-Red
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Lilac – Tinkerbelle Shrub or Top Graft

Lilac – Tinkerbelle  Shrub or Top GraftSpicy fragrant , wine red buds open to deep pink flowers. This lilac is similar to Dwarf Korean Lilac in both growth habit and bloom time. Prefers a moist, well drained location.  Available in Shrub or Top Graft form, where shrub has been grafted onto 3-4' standard.
Common NameTinkerbelle Lilac Shrub or Top GraftBotanical NameSyringa 'Bailbelle'
Height1.5 mSpread1.25 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourDeep PinkFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special Features  

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Linden – Dropmore

Linden – DropmoreA prairie hardy selection that is resistant to the Linden mite. Strong growing, straight trunk. Large heart shaped leaves, fragrant yellow flowers. Dense pyramidal shape.
Common NameDropmore LindenBotanical NameTilia x flavescens 'Dropmore'
Height10 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourYellowFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitPyramidal
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Linden – Redmond

Picture Not AvailableA stately pyramidal tree with large shiny green, heart shaped leaves. Fragrant clusters of pale yellow flowers and bright yellow fall color.
Common NameRedmond LindenBotanical NameTilia americana 'Redmond'
Height15 mSpread8-10 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 4Foliage ColourShiny Green
Flower ColourPale YellowFall ColourBright Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Maple – Autumn Blaze

Maple – Autumn BlazeGreen, maple shaped leaves turning red in the fall, make this tree sought after. This new introduction is a cross between silver and red maple. Needs good drainage.
Common NameAutumn Blaze MapleBotanical NameAcer x freemanii 'Jeffersred'
Height12 mSpread9 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourRich Green
Flower ColourFall ColourRed
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth Habit
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Maple – Hot Wings Tatarian

Maple – Hot Wings TatarianLeaves are medium to dark green and 3-lobed, turning a mixture of yellow and red in fall. Does well under difficult growing conditions: dry soil, low fertility, acid or alkaline soils. The canopy is dense and round. Little yellow flowers followed by showy red seeds (samaras) that contrast with the textured foliage.
Common NameHot Wings Tatarian MapleBotanical NameAcer tataricum 'Gar Ann'
Height5-6 mSpread3-4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourMedium to Dark Green 3-Lobed
Flower ColourYellowFall ColourYellow and Red
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
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Maple – Northwood

Picture Not AvailableRounded oval growth habit with upright spreading branches. Dark green leaves turn bright orange and red in fall. Large landscape tree that can tolerate moist soil conditions. Deer and drought tolerant.
Common NameNorthwood MapleBotanical NameAcer rubrum 'Northwood'
Height15 mSpread8 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 4Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourRedFall ColourBright Orange & Red
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Maple – Sensation / Box Elder

Picture Not AvailableBroadly rounded tree with uniform branches. Deep green foliage turns red in autumn. Tolerant of most soil conditions. Male clone does not produce seed.
Common NameSensation Maple/Box ElderBotanical NameAcer negundo 'Sensation'
Height9 mSpread7.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDeep Green
Flower ColourFall ColourRed
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
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Maple – Silver Cloud

Picture Not AvailableFast growing, male selection with improved cold hardiness. Symmetrical branching and upright crown. Green leaves have a silver underside and yellow orange fall color. Prefers a well drained location.
Common NameSilver Cloud MapleBotanical NameAcer saccharinum 'Silver Cloud'
Height18 mSpread8 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen Leaves with Silver Underside
Flower ColourFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Maple Amur – Tree Form

Maple Amur – Tree FormA graceful small tree with an irregular head. Spreading slender branches. Leaves can turn a brilliant scarlet in fall. This small tree will adapt to most conditions.
Common NameAmur Maple - Tree FormBotanical NameAcer ginnala
Height4 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourYellow-WhiteFall ColourBrilliant Scarlet Red
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitRounded
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Mayday Tree

Picture Not AvailableVigorous growing tree with a large head and fark green pointed leaves. Protuse cone shaped flower panicles. Fragrant white flowers in May followed by small black fruit. Sometimes called bird cherry.
Common NameMayday TreeBotanical NamePrunus padus commutata
Height10 mSpread6 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded with Low Branches
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Mountain Ash – American

Picture Not AvailableA four-season accent tree with showy clusters of white flowers in spring followed by bright red berries lasting into winter; steel gray bark, attractive leaves turn fiery orange and red in fall
Common NameAmerican Mountain AshBotanical NameSorbus americana
Height6 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourOrange-Red
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Mountain Ash – Pyramidal Luxor

Picture Not AvailableDense, columnar branching habit. Clusters of white spring flowers mature to bright orange berries and dark green leaves turn red in fall.
Common NamePyramidal Luxor Mountain AshBotanical NameSorbus aucuparia 'Fasitiata'
Height7 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneFoliage Colour
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationGrowth Habit
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Mountain Ash – Russian

Mountain Ash – RussianA strong growing upright, hardy tree with large leaves and orange red berries. Columnar form of European Mountain Ash. Requires well drained soil and full sun.
Common NameRussian Mountain AshBotanical NameSorbus aucuparia 'Rossica'
Height8 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourRust-Red
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Mountain Ash – Showy

Mountain Ash – ShowySlow growing, small ornamental tree. Showy, compound foliage turning red in fall. White, fragrant flowers in spring followed by red berries that can attract birds or persists on the tree thru winter.
Common NameShowy Mountain AshBotanical NameSorbus decora
Height6 mSpread6 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourRed
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Oak – Bur

Oak – BurSlow growing stately tree with an open spreading crown. Ovate leaves are dark green and lobed. Produces acorns. Rich yellow to golden brown in autumn.
Common NameBur OakBotanical NameQuercus macrocarpa
Height10 mSpread8 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall ColourYellow to Golden Brown
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Oak – Northern Pin

Oak – Northern Pin
Common NameNorthern Pin OakBotanical NameQuercus ellipsoidalis
Height12 mSpread6 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 4Foliage ColourGlossy Green
Flower ColourFall ColourRed
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Oak Northern Pin – Majestic Skies™

Picture Not AvailableUpright form matures to a broad oval shape. Glossy green foliuage turns vivid red in fall. Drought tolerant onmce established and will tolerate heavier soils. First Editions.
Common NameMajestic Skies™ Northern Pin OakBotanical NameQuercus ellipsoidalis 'Bailskies'
Height18 mSpread14 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGlossy Green
Flower ColourFall ColourRed
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Olive – Russian

Picture Not AvailableGraceful silver foliage. Yellow fragrant flowers followed with silvery-yellow berries. Salt and drought resistant. Does well in dry areas although some top kill may result from extremely cold weather. Slow to leaf and does not usually have a uniform shape.  Available in tree or shrub form.
Common NameRussian Olive TFBotanical NameElaeagnus angustifolia
Height8 mSpread6 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourSilver
Flower ColourYellowFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
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Pear – Navigator

Pear – NavigatorA new introdcution from Rick Durand. Pyramidal, dense growth habit with glossy green foliage turing yellow orange in the fall. White flowers in spring produce minimal fruit . Requires well drained soils.
Common NameNavigator PearBotanical NamePyrus `DurPSN303
Height10 mSpread6 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGlossy Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourYellow-Orange
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitPyramidal
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Plum – Muckle

Plum – MuckleA very slow growing, small ornamental tree producing bright pink flowers in spring. This ornamental tree does not produce fruit and has dark shiny green leaves turning bright red in fall. Requires well drained soil conditions.
Common NameMuckle PlumBotanical NamePrunus x nigrella
Height4 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourBright PinkFall ColourOrange
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Plum – Princess Kay

Plum – Princess KayAttractive small ornamental tree with double white flowers that produce minimal if any fruit. Bright red fall foliage. Dark reddish brown bark stands out in winter. Requires well drainiend soil.
Common NamePrincess Kay PlumBotanical NamePrunus nigra
Height5 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourDouble WhiteFall ColourBright Red
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Poplar – Assiniboine

Poplar – AssiniboineA tall, narrow growing variety of poplar that is hardy and disease resistant. Heart shaped, dark green leaves changing to golden yellow in fall. This male cultivar is seedless.
Common NameAssiniboine PoplarBotanical NamePopulus x 'Assiniboine'
Height15 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall ColourGolden Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Poplar – Balsam

Poplar – BalsamUpright, oval, fast growing tree that is native to North America. Deep glossy green heart shaped foliage. Golden yellow fall color. Relative slower growing tree for a poplar.
Common NameBalsam PoplarBotanical NamePopulus balsamifera
Height15 mSpread10 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDeep Glossy Green
Flower ColourFall ColourGolden Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
Special FeaturesAttracts Butterflies  

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Poplar – Byland Green

Picture Not AvailableThis upright, fast growing tree has dark green foliage and beautiful yellow fall colour. It's very hardy, cottonless and has greener bark than most poplars. This poplar is an excellent selection for shelterbelts
Common NameByland Green PoplarBotanical NamePopulus x 'Byland Green'
Height16 mSpread10 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Poplar – Northwest

Poplar – NorthwestIdeal tree for shade, shelterbelts or park trees. Strong growth, forming a broad rounded head. Adapts to most sites and can tolerate drought once established. Heart shaped leaves turn golden yellow in fall.
Common NameNorthwest PoplarBotanical NamePopulus x 'Northwest'
Height20 mSpread10 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall ColourGolden Yellow
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Willow – Advance Golden

Picture Not AvailableGolden Willow has green foliage throughout the summer. The glossy narrow leaves turn yellow in fall. The brown and golden orange branches are beautiful, showy and add a real winter interest. Prefers moist locations.
Common NameAdvance Golden WillowBotanical NameSalix alba 'Advance'
Height15 mSpread12 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitRounded
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Willow – Prairie Reflection Laurel Leaf

Willow – Prairie Reflection Laurel LeafHardy selection of Laurel Leaf Willow from North Dakota. Dense, fast growing tree with glossy green narrow leaves that stay on the tree into late fall. Has an aggressive root system and does well in moist conditions.
Common NamePrairie Reflection Laurel Leaf WillowBotanical NameSalix pentandra 'Silver Lake'
Height11 mSpread8 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGlossy Green
Flower ColourFall ColourYellow
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth Habit
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