Flowering (Trees)

Albizia julibrissin Mimosa, Silk Tree

Dainty mimosa type leaves & fluffy pink flower balls in summer. Has an interesting habit of closing up its leaves at night! Light & airy this tree will permit growth or lawn underneath. Blooms July to September & also on young plants the first growing season. Will grow 30 to 40 feet tall in good soil and full sun.

 

Amelanchier laevis Spring Flurry

This Schmidt introduction has exceptional tree form. A dominant central leader supports strongly upward-oriented scaffold branches. Pure white blooms smother a delicate latticework of twigs in spring. These give way to healthy green foliage that turns orange in the fall. Height: 35' Spread: 20'

 

Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Autumn Brilliance' Multi-stem

Small tree. Variety has blue green foliage that turns orange red in fall. The main ornamental feature are white flowers borne in early spring. Plants flower on previous season's wood. The young leaves are purplish and the edible fruit attracts birds. Grows from 15-25 ft & as wide. An average grower in partial shade to full sun.

 

Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Autumn Brilliance' Serviceberry

Small tree. Variety has blue green foliage that turns orange red in fall. The main ornamental feature are white flowers borne in early spring. Plants flower on previous season's wood. The young leaves are purplish and the edible fruit attracts birds. Grows from 15-25 ft & as wide. An average grower in partial shade to full sun.

 

Cercis canadensis Alba Redbud

Eastern redbud is a small, deciduous tree. Eastern redbud is a strikingly conspicuous tree in the spring because it flowers before other tree leaves form. The wood is heavy, hard, and close-grained. This tree is most valued as an ornamental. Grows in partial shade or partial sun to full sun.

 

Cercis canadensis Ace of Hearts

`Ace of Hearts` is a new and distinct cultivar of eastern redbud tree characterized by its dwarf, compact habit, dome-shaped canopy and small, semi-glossy, heart-shaped leaves.

 

Cercis canadensis Appalachian Red

Stunning new selection of our native redbud This 20-25? tall tree explodes with brilliant fuchsia pink flowers in Spring for 2-3 weeks (April) before the foliage emerges. Brighter shade than typical redbud. Foliage matures to a dull, dark blue-green in summer & turns yellow in fall. Does well in sun to dappled shade.

 

Cercis canadensis Avondale

From New Zealand thought to have the most abundant blooms of all the redbuds. Deep purple to pink flowers appear in the spring on the branches and main trunk. In the fall, leaves can turn orange to yellowish before dropping. Quite small and compact, at 10' or less. Beautiful, spreading, multi-stemmed tree. Sun tolerant.

 

Cercis canadensis Covey

Also called 'Lavender Twist', has pinkish purple flowers held on weeeping, contorted branches; it does best with afternoon shade. Fast growing; grows from 25-35 ft tall and wide. Eastern Redbuds grow well in full sun but will benefit from some shade particularly where summers are hot.

 

Cercis canadensis Forest Pansy

Fast growing Redbud with a purple leaved form. Grows to 15 to 25 feet with equal spread in partial shade to full sun. In spring, the blooms range from lavender, pink and purple and provide nectar for butterflies. This species has an attractive yellow fall foliage.

 

Cercis canadensis Hearts of Gold

Beautiful golden heart-shaped leaves; lavender red flowers in the spring & plentiful in each cluster . The growing tips in the spring take on an orange/red tone; nice contrast to the older, chartreuse-colored leaves. Plant is predominately yellow in leaf. Average grower in full sun/part sunto 15' tall and 18' wide.

 

Cercis canadensis Pink Heartbreaker

(Syn. 'Pennsylvania Pride Pink Heartbreaker) Flowers before the foliage appears. The flowers are tiny, richly colored a bright shade of lavender-pink, and very profuse. reaches about 10 to 15 feet high and 8 to 10 feet wide over time, but can be pruned smaller in full sun to very light shade, it grows quickly.

 

Cercis canadensis var. texensis - Texas Redbud 'Oklahoma'

Reddish purple flowers in early spring before the heart shaped leaves. Medium grower. Leaves thicker than species with a glossy sheen & undulating margins. Petite purple-red flowers on bare branches bridge the gap between winter and spring! New foliage has soft-pink tint, maturing to rich green. Deciduous. Grows in sun/part sun to 25ft tall & wide.

 

Cercis reniformis 'Oklahoma' Oklahoma Redbud

Full sun or partial shade on moist, well-drained soil. Grows to 15-25 ft tall with equal spread. Leathery glossy leaves draw attention. Highly drought tolerant once established. In spring, showy blooms are a bright lavendar/fushia. In fall, this variety has a pretty yellow foliage

 

Chionanthus retusus Chinese Fringtree

Small deciduous tree or large shrub, slow growing 15' to 25' tall. Yellow-green fall color; fragrant, fringe-like pure white flowers in June. Upright branches forming a dome shape. Terrific accent for small yards. Deciduous. Partial to full sun Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat.

 

Cornus alternifolia Pagoda Dogwood

Strong horizontal branching pattern. Brilliant red to purple fall foliage color. Especially striking when accented by masses of small, fragrant creamy white flowers in early summer. Small, round fruits ripen to a deep blue-purple in late summer. Grows in moist soil in partial shade only to a height 15' - 30' and wide.

 

Cornus controversa 'June Snow'

Flat-topped clusters of tiny white, star-like flowers appear in June, often exceed 6" in diameter. Its dark green summer foliage gives way to mottled fall tones of orange-yellow, red, purple & purple-red. Wider than tall, reaching to 30' & a spread of 40' after 30 years. Grows in sun, part shade, moist soil. Grows rapidly.

 

Cornus florida Cherokee Brave Flowering Dogwood

One of the best red forms, with deep pink bracts that have a white center. Grows to about 30' tall with equal or greater spread. Flowers are small & yellowish green. Blooms in mid-May & lasts for 2 weeks. In fall, colors are red or reddish purple & generally quite showy. Colors early & color holds for an extended period.

 

Cornus florida Cherokee Chief

Large deep red flowers in early spring. Leaves are bronze-green to yellow-green when new & a good dark green in summer. Fall color is consistent crimson. To 20-25' tall & 12-18' wide. Full sun promotes greatest flowering but tolerates partial shade well.

 

Cornus florida Cherokee Princess

Flowering Dogwood has an unusually heavy display of white blooms in spring. In spring blooms almost cover tree before leaves expand. Bright green above, lighter green beneath turn glowing red in fall. Clusters of small fruit last into winter. Grows in full sun to full shade & from 20-25 ft tall with equal spread.

 

Cornus florida Cherokee Sunset

Variegated dogwood with red flower bracts. Pink-tipped new growth matures to a colorful combination of green & yellow, turning in the fall to a bright combination of pink, reds and purple. It offers white to pink spring flowers, distinctive, oval, vertically curved leaves, red to purple fall color and red winter berries.

 

Cornus florida Dorothy

An upright deciduous tree resulting as a hybrid between Cornus florida and Cornus nuttallii. Flower bracts are soft white near the center with a warm pink edge. Prefers sun/partial shade in well-drained soil. 10' tall x 4' wide in 10 years.

 

Cornus florida Pink Flame

Has showy, fragrant, pink flowers. Best in partial shade, but if planted in full sun, MUST receive adequate water. Grows to 25'. Colorful leaves have green centers with creamy white outside, edged with pink margins & flushed with yellow in summer. Red & pink autumn colors. Pink bracts in May.

 

Cornus florida Welchii

Multicolored variegated leaves with a combination of green, creamy white and pink makes this a distinctive selection. It does best if grown in partial shade to avoid leaf scorch. This selection also has Pink White/Near White flowers and good pinkish red to purplish red fall color.

 

Cornus florida Welchii (shrub form)

Multicolored variegated leaves with a combination of green, creamy white and pink makes this a distinctive selection. It does best if grown in partial shade to avoid leaf scorch. This selection also has Pink White/Near White flowers and good pinkish red to purplish red fall color.

 

Cornus kousa 'Miss Satomi'

New growth is red, turning green with age. Fast growing tree 15-20 ft tall & wide, horizontal growth habit. Flowers along tops of branches show in late spring or early summer with rose red bracts. Late summer/fall, red fruits appear. Purple to red autumn leaf color. Grows in partial shade to partial sun to full sun.

 

Cornus kousa Heart Throb

First year blooms MAY be white. Large reddish to rose-pink flowers unfurl in spring reaching up to 4" in diameter, the flowers last as long as 2 months here in Oregon Attractive dark green foliage turns deep red in the fall, when red fruits of about 3/4" diameter appear. Grows to approximately 20 ft. tall & wide. Full sun.

 

Cornus kousa Milky Way

Slow growing to 20 ft tall & wide. Flowers along tops of branches show above leaves in late spring or /early summer with showy white blooms. This variety is more floriferous than species. Late summer/fall, red fruits appear. Purple to red autumn leaf color. Grows in partial shade to partial sun to full sun.

 

Cornus kousa Radiant Rose

June flowers are vibrant rose & long lasting. First year transplanted usually are only slightly pink, become dark as they mature. Fall color is cinnamon-red. Delightful red colorations on leaves & stems show off against the greenery of summer. Needs sun to partial shade Somewhat vase-shaped to 20-25' tall & wide.