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trees
Name Botanical Name Comments
MAPLE-AMUR Acer ginnala
Small graceful tree or large shrub with scarlet fall colour
MAPLE-MANITOBA Acer negundo
Hardy with interesting furrowed bark and large, compound leaves
OAK-BUR Quercus macrocarpa Hardy, slow growing oak with large lobed leaves
Height/Spread
12/10 ft. 4/3 m
30/20 ft. 9/6 m
30/20 ft. 9/6 m
Zone
3
2
3
3
4
3
POPLAR-TOWER Populus canescens ‘Tower’
Narrow tree with columnar shape and silvery leaves; fast growth habit
WILLOW-GOLDEN Salix alba vitellina 30/25 ft. 9/8 m Fast growing, wide tree with gold stems for winter colour; requires ample water
WILLOW-LAUREL LEAF Salix pentandra 30/25 ft. 9/8 m Fast growing, wide tree with glossy leaves; requires ample water
flowering fruit trees
APPLE-BATTLEFORD Malus ‘Battleford’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m
Large yellow-green fruit with a red blush; good for cooking or eating fresh; ripens in Aug.
APPLE-BROOKLAND Malus ‘Brookland’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m white Medium sized yellow fruit with a red blush; good for cooking or eating fresh; ripens in Aug.
APPLE-COMBINATION Malus ‘Combination’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m pink
A combination of at least three apple varieties grafted on one tree; different varieties pollinate each other
APPLE-FALL RED Malus ‘Fall Red’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m white 3 Large dull red fruit; good for storing or eating fresh; stores well, ripens in Sept.
APPLE-GOODLAND Malus ‘Goodland’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m white 3 Large green fruit with a red blush; good for storing, cooking or eating fresh; ripens Sept.
30/7 ft. 7/2 m
white
3
3
3
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