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“Plantanus x acerifolia “
The London planetree (Platanus x acerifolia) is a very large deciduous tree that is quite resilient in urban conditions. This hybrid tree resulted from a cross between two sycamore species: Platanus Occidentalis (American Sycamore) and Platanus orientalis (Oriental Plane). A fast-growing tree, the London Plane typically gains several feet in height per year. It transplants well and can be planted throughout the year.
“Malus x sp. Prairiefire “
The Prairiefire Crabapple tree is a great choice for a flowering ornamental tree. It Grows to 20′ high with a horizontal 20′ spread and blooms profusely in mid-spring with fragrant pink flowers. Tolerant of most soil conditions and is very disease resistant. Hearty in Illinois Zone 5. Lustrous, medium-green leaves. Most pest-resistant crabapple. Tolerant of both wet soils and dry summers.
The Greenspire Linden is a magnificent shade tree and grows to 40′ high with a 30′ spread. It maintains an attractive pyramid shape and its leaves are heart-shaped, turning from dark green to an eye-catching gold color in the fall. Fragrant yellow flowers appear in spring and turn into dark-colored fruit enjoyed by birds in the fall.
“Malus x sp. Red Jewel”
This is a stunning choice for a white flowering crabapple tree where space is an issue. At 15′ x 12′ fully grown, it fits nicely into compact areas. Beautiful white flowers that bloom in mid-spring give way to small red fruit in the fall. Hearty throughout zone 5. Perfect for front landscapes, this crabapple variety grows well in any soil condition and is very drought tolerant.
“Tilia Americana ‘Sentry'”
The American Sentry Linden Tree grows to an upright, oval crown with a uniform look. It has large, deep green leaves in spring and summer and striking orange, red and gold colors in the fall. Its bark is a distinctive silvery-gray color when the tree is immature. This Linden is most resistant to the Japanese Beetle. It grows at a fast pace reaching heights upwards of 50 feet tall with a 25-foot spread.
“Gleditisa Triacanthos var. inermis”
The Skyline Locust Tree is a fast-growing tree with a broad pyramidal shape. Delicate green leaves in the summer give way to a beautiful golden color in the fall. An extremely drought-tolerant tree it is tough enough for urban environments. Grows to a height of 45′ with a spread of 35′ and is hearty in zones 4 – 9.
The Cleveland Select Pear Tree grows to a height of 35-40′ with a mature spread of 25′ making it a perfect size for small to medium-sized yards. It grows at a medium-fast pace at up to 3′ per year.In early spring it is one of the first trees to bloom and produces abundant clusters of delicate white flower blossoms that last two weeks. Its oval-shaped leaves emerge at the end of flowering and are dark green in color. In the fall the leaves turn a range of colors from yellow and orange to reddish-
The Thundercloud Plum makes a great landscaping tree with its picturesque purple foliage and pale pink to white blooms in early spring. Grows to 20′ in height at a moderate pace and achieves a rounded shape over time with up to a 20′ spread. Requires regular watering. The Thundercloud loves the sun and does extremely well in dry, hot climates. Thrives in almost any soil.
The cinnamon-colored, exfoliating bark of the River Birch is spectacular in the winter. Grows to 40′ – 70′, with a 40′ – 60′ spread (zones 4-9). Lustrous, medium-green leaves. Most borer-resistant birch. Tolerant of both wet soils and dry summers. Avoid very alkaline soils
“Betula populifolia ‘Whitespire’”
The Whitespire Birch Tree has white bark that does not exfoliate. This deciduous tree has a distinctive pyramidal form that serves the landscape well as an accent tree. It grows at a medium rate and has a low canopy with a clearance of 4 feet from the ground. Can be expected to live 40 years and is more heat tolerant than other white birch varieties. Fine-textured twigs and foliage; it thrives in a range of soil conditions.
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