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  1. Abies firma

    Abies firma

    Momi fir

    Conical, open evergreen tree with coarse needles. Able to withstand southern heat, poor drainage and resistant to Phytopthora root rot. Excellent conifer for part shade or intermittently wet soil.
  2. Acer buergerianum

    Acer buergerianum

    Maple, Trident

    Acer buergerianum commonly called trident maple or three-toothed maple is native to China, Korea and Japan. It is a small, rounded, deciduous tree that typically grows rather slowly to 20-30’. Triangular, three-lobed leaves (to 3.5” long) are glossy green above and pale green beneath. Variable but usually attractive fall color features shades of dark red and orange. Non-showy, greenish-yellow flowers bloom in spring (April-May). Samaras (to 1” long) mature in fall. Exfoliating bark will develop on mature trunks.
  3. Acer griseum

    Acer griseum

    Maple, Paperbark

    Acer griseum, commonly called paperbark maple, is a small, deciduous, oval to oval-rounded tree with slender upright branching. It is particularly noted for its exfoliating copper orange to cinnamon reddish/brown bark and its showy orange to red fall color. It typically matures to 20-30 (40)’ tall. It is native to mixed forests in central China. Bark on the trunk and limbs is extremely ornamental because it peels into large curls which remain on the tree rather that falling to the ground, often in attractive contrast to the tan to rose-brown inner bark. Each trifoliate leaf (3-5” long) features three coarsely toothed leaflets, with the middle leaflet being short-stalked. Leaves are green above, but frosty blue-green to gray-green with fine hairs beneath. Fall color varies, typically ranging from showy shades of orange and red to less spectacular shades of reddish-green to bronze green. Ornamentally insignificant yellowish flowers bloom in April-early May in clusters (drooping cymes to 1” long) on pendulous downy stalks. Flowers give way to winged samaras (to 1 1/4” long) with unusually large seeds.
  4. Acer japonicum 'Aconitifolium'

    Acer japonicum 'Aconitifolium'

    Maple, Full Moon

    'Aconitifolium' is a dwarf, mounded, deciduous multi-stemmed shrub or small tree which typically grows slowly to 8-10' tall. Features palmate, almost fern-like medium green leaves which are deeply divided into 9-11 toothed and cut lobes. Leaves turn crimson in fall. Small reddish flowers appear in spring before the leaves and give way to samaras which ripen in late summer to early fall. As with many maples, the flowers are rather attractive close up, but are not particularly showy from a distance. Cultivar name translates as "foliage of aconitum" in reference to the supposed resemblance of the divided leaves to those of monkshood. This cultivar is also sometimes called fernleaf fullmoon maple.
  5. Acer japonicum 'Green Cascade'

    Acer japonicum 'Green Cascade'

    Japanese Maple, 'Green Cascade'

    ‘Green Cascade’ is a small mounded tree with a weeping habit. It typically grows to only 4-5' tall and to 6-8' wide over the first 10 years. Finely-dissected emerald green leaves (to 6” across) develop excellent yellow, orange and red fall colors. It often grows in a multi-trunked form. It is native to mountainous areas of Japan, Manchuria and Korea. It features rounded, palmate, almost fern-like, medium green leaves (to 3-6” across) which are deeply divided (approximately 1/3 of distance to the leaf base) into 7-11 acuminate, toothed and cut, ovate to lance-shaped lobes. Leaves turn yellow and red in fall. Each rounded leaf purportedly resembles a full moon, hence the common name. Small purplish-red flowers in pendulous corymbs appear in early spring (April) before the leaves. Flowers are followed by winged samaras (to 1” long) which ripen in late summer to early fall. Although somewhat similar in appearance to Japanese maple (Acer palmatum), full moon maple has larger leaves with more lobes per leaf and downy leaf stems.
  6. Acer negundo 'Flamingo'

    Acer negundo 'Flamingo'

    Boxelder, 'Flamingo'

    'Flamingo' is noted for its variegated foliage. New leaves are pink. but mature to green with white variegation. Orange/yellow fall color. Acer negundo, commonly known as box elder, is a suckering, fast-growing, weak-wooded, medium-sized, deciduous tree that typically grows 30-50’ (less frequently to 70’) tall with an irregular rounded crown. 'Flamingo' features variegated foliage that is attractive in woodland margins.
  7. Acer palmatum  'Burgundy Lace'

    Acer palmatum 'Burgundy Lace'

    Japanese Maple, 'Burgundy Lace'

    ‘Burgundy Lace' (Matsumurae Group) is a small tree with a rounded-spreading crown that typically matures to 8-12' tall and to 10-15' wide. It is particularly noted for its attractive burgundy-red leaves. Each palmate leaf has seven narrow, serrated, deeply-cut lobes (divided 3/4 way to leaf base). Leaves usually retain excellent burgundy color well into summer before turning bronze to green. Bright red fall color. Twigs are green. 'Burgundy Lace' was introduced into commerce in 1958 by Vermeulen & Sons in New Jersey. Graceful deciduous tree displaying deeply-lobed, finely-serrated, brilliant burgundy-red leaves. Provides artistic lacy effect; contrasts well with green-leaved plants. Very choice specimen.
  8. Acer palmatum  var. dissectum 'Waterfall'

    Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Waterfall'

    Japanese Maple, 'Waterfall'

    'Waterfall' is a weeping cultivar with cascading branches that grows to 6' tall over the first 10 years, eventually maturing over time to as much as 10' tall. Each lace-like palmate leaf has 7-9 deeply dissected lobes, with each lobe cut to the leaf base. Leaves are dark green, and retain good color throughout the growing season before turning golden in fall with showy streaks of orange and red. 'Waterfall' is very similar in appearance to A. palmatum var. dissectum (Dissectum Viride Group) except the leaves of 'Waterfall' are slightly longer and its fall color includes more reds and yellows. Cultivar name is in reference to the foliage which cascades downward like a waterfall.
  9. Acer palmatum 'Asahi Zuru'

    Acer palmatum 'Asahi Zuru'

    Japanese Maple, 'Asahi Zuru'

    Asahi zuru means Rising Sun. The variegation of this Acer palmatum cultivar is creamy-white with pink in spring. Bark tends to have pink striations through out, especially on newer bark. Fast growing when young, this nice maple will eventually produce a spreading plant with the variegation becoming more intense with age. Sun/ part shade
  10. Acer palmatum 'Beni Kawa'

    Acer palmatum 'Beni Kawa'

    Japanese Maple, 'Beni Kawa Coral Bark'

    Beni Kawa Coral Bark Japanese Maple has attractive light green foliage edged in red which emerges chartreuse in spring. The small lobed palm-shaped leaves are ornamentally significant and turn an outstanding gold in the fall. The flowers are not ornamentally significant. The coral pink branches are extremely showy and add significant winter interest.Beni Kawa Coral Bark Japanese Maple is a dense deciduous tree with an upright spreading habit of growth. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other landscape plants with less refined foliage.
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