Upright, pyramidal habit. Medium to fast grower. Adaptable to wide range of soils, including hot, dry sites. Thrives in full sun. Tolerates temperatures -30° to 120° F. White bark, dark green leaves turning yellow in fall. Highly resistant to bronze birch borer under good fertility program. 3-4 stem clumps.
This Hydrangea Tree is one of the earliest ones to bloom, blooming around late May/early June. The flower starts out as creamy white early in the season, then slowly progressing to a pink and then finishing out the season with a dark pink/red color in the fall. This tree is very compact and can be the star of any landscape.
The Quick Fire Hydrangea Tree is a great accent vertically for any decorative planter or boarder. This variety of Hydrangea is one of the earliest blooming trees, about a month earlier than any of the other Hydrangeas, flowering in late May/early June with a white flower and turns a deep pink as the season progresses.
This maple has a slower growth rate than trees similar to it but has a better maroon red color that lasts all season. The canopy has good shape with a straight trunk underneath to support it, creating a dense and beautiful shade tree.
Soft catkins form in early spring for an added touch to this already gorgeous weeping form of a Pussy Willow. The foliage is green on top with a lighter shade of green underneath. A great plant to accent other plants or can stand alone in confined areas.
All nursery stock is northern grown and hardy for our cold winters. Because they are potted, or balled & burlaped, they can be planted successfully in spring through fall. We are always looking to be on the leading edge of handling new and exciting varieties of plants and products, so be sure to call and ask for more information.