Deciduous Trees

Acer ‘Bloodgood’ Maple

Here is a red foliage tree for that right spot in your yard. Likes sun to part shade. Bloodgood can grow to 15′-20′ tall by 15′-20′ wide. This can be the right tree with well drained soil and the right sun light.


Acer ‘Hot Wings’ Maple

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Hot Wings® Tatarian maple: a tree for all seasons

 

HOT WINGS® Tatarian maple is a superior small ornamental tree that was discovered  Colorado but destined for distribution throughout the country. The  natural range of Tatarian maple is from Southeastern Europe into Western Asia. It likely arrived in North America in the early 1900′s during the days of the U.S.  Department of Agriculture world-wide plant exploration. It started to appear in Colorado nurseries in the early 1980′s when regional nurserymen discovered this  maple was much more tolerant of our alkaline soils than other cold-hardy ornamental maples.

HOT WINGS® appeared as a chance-seedling found growing in the production fields of Fort Collins Wholesale Nursery at Fort Collins, CO in 1993. This  particular tree stood out from all the other Tatarian maples for six weeks every summer with its breath-taking scarlet red samaras (helicopters) contrasting with  the rich green foliage giving it an appearance of being in bloom. One of the employees said it reminded him of Christmas in July. In the spring, clusters of yellow-  white flowers cover the tree after the leaves appear. Fall leaf color transforms from orange-red on the outside of the tree to yellow in the middle. HOT WINGS®   also has strong branch unions making it less prone to storm breakage than other Tatarian maples. The horticulturists at Fort Collins Wholesale Nursery  recognized the superior qualities of this tree and decided to continue close observation. Plant Select® learned of the plant and after several years of continued  trials, agreed that this indeed was a superior tree, and offered to patent the tree and promote it.

 HOT WINGS® Tatarian Maple (Acer tataricum ‘Garann’ PP15023)

Large Shrub or Small Tree
Height: 15-18 feet
Width: 15-18 feet
Blooms: Spring bloom followed by brilliant red fruit
Sun: Full sun to partial shade
Soil Moisture: Moderate
Hardiness: USDA zones 4-10 (up to 7,000 feet)
Culture: Best performance on garden loam


Acer rubrum ‘October Glory’ – Maple

One of the most popular red maple cultivars, the October Glory maple delivers on its name. The tree’s foliage holds a lustrous dark green color until later in the fall than most maples, but once the fall colors emerge, they burst forth boldly in shades of orange and red.   This beautiful shade tree would be an amazing addition to any yard.  The October Glory maple grows to a height of 40–50′ and a spread of around 35′ at maturity.


Amelanchier ‘Robin Hill’ Serviceberry

Here is a columnar ornamental tree that has brilliant white flowers in the spring time and yellowish-orange fall color. The tree gets 15′-25′ tall and 10-15′ wide.


Ash, Autumn Purple

45′ high by 40′ wide.  Does have a purple fall color.  NOTE: Is susceptible to the ash borer which can cause the tree to die.


Ash, Patmore

45′ high by 35′ wide.  Yellow  fall color. NOTE: Is susceptible to the ash borer which can cause the tree to die.


Aspen, Quaking

50′ high by 25′ wide. Comes as a clump or a single stem tree. The leaves flutter in the wind. Has a greenish-grey bark. Has a bright yellow fall color.


Bald Cypress

50-70′ high by 30-35′ wide.  Has fine texture leaves.  Has a yellowish-brown fall. Can handle both dry and wet soils.


Betula platyphylla ‘Jefpark’ (Parkland Pillar Birch)

Parkland Pillar is a beautiful birch with a narrow, upright, dense habit. It boasts white bark and dense, dark green foliage that turns golden in late fall. This fast growing variety is suitable for gardens, screens or boulevards. Tolerant of heat, drought, and alkaline soils, Parkland Pillar is an excellent choice for urban landscapes. Its narrow form makes it perfect as an accent tree or it can be planted in multiples to form a privacy screen.  This tree has the potential to reach 40′ of height and 6-7′ of width at maturity.


Birch, Renaissance

60′ high by 35′ wide.  Green leaves with a pyramidal shape


Birch, River

30-40′ high by 20-30′ wide. Reddish brown bark. Has a resistance to the birch borer.


Birch, Royal Frost

30′ high by 15′ wide.  Nice burgundy foliage with a whitish trunk.


Birch, Whitespire

35′ high by 25′ wide. White bark with green leaves. Has a resistance to the birch borer.


Cherry, Snow Fountain

12-15′ high by 12-15′ wide. Weeping tree with white flowers.


Cottonless Cottonwood

50-60′ high by 40′ wide. Cottonless cottonwood tree faster growing.