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trees
non-flowering trees
ASH-MANCHURIAN Fraxinus mandschurica Compact, with a round head; good street or shade tree
ASH-PATMORE GREEN Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘Patmore’ The most cold tolerant green ash; holds leaves longest; seedless
ASPEN-QUAKING/TREMBLING Populus tremuloides Native tree with delicate foliage; fast growth habit
ASPEN-SWEDISHCOLUMNAR Populustremula‘Erecta’
Narrow tree with columnar shape and delicate foliage; fast growth habit
BIRCH-CUTLEAF WEEPING Betula pendula ‘Gracilis’ 30/20 ft. 10/6 m 3 Delicate cut leaves with weeping growth habit and white bark; requires ample water
BIRCH-EUROPEAN WHITE Betula pendula 30/20 ft. 10/6 m 3 Delicate round leaves with weeping growth habit and white bark; requires ample water
BIRCH-PAPER Betula papyrifera 40/ 15 ft. 10/5 m 3 Very white papery bark; taller and narrower tree, requires ample water
BIRCH-YOUNG’S WEEPING Betula pendula ‘Youngii’ 10/12 ft. 3/4 m 3 Smaller, umbrella-shaped weeping tree with white bark; requires ample water
ELM-AMERICAN Ulmus americana 50/30 ft. 15/9 m 3 Large toothed leaves on outer branches of vase-shaped tree
ELM-BRANDON Ulmus americana ‘Brandon’ 40/25 ft. 12/8 m 3 Large toothed leaves on outer branches of vase-shaped tree; compact
tip: Birch or Maple trees should only be pruned in July. If they are pruned at the wrong time, they will “bleed.”
Name Botanical Name Comments
Height/Spread Zone
30/15 ft. 9/5 m 3
30/15 ft. 10/5 m 3
30/15 ft. 9/5 m 2
30/7ft.9/2m 3


































































































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