Ornamental Trees
     
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Flowering Dogwood
Cornus florida

The Flowering Dogwood is native to the forests of New Jersey. It has a beautiful flower in early spring that can be white or pink.



Kousa Dogwood
Cornus kousa

The Kousa Dogwood is similar in shape and habit to the Flowering Dogwood. This Dogwood flowers in late spring.








Flowering Cherry
Prunus serrulata

The Flowering Cherry is has a vase-shape and a prolific flower bloom in the spring.





Weeping Higan Cherry
Prunus subhirtella 'pendula'

The Weeping Higan Cherry is a favorite for its drooping habit and bright pink flowers in spring.





Purple Plum
Prunus cerasifera

The Purple Plum provides a splash of purple to a landscape and pink flowers in the spring.




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Callery Pear
Pyrus calleryana

The Callery Pear is known for is powerful early-spring flowers of brilliant white and small, ornamental fruit in the fall. The Callery Pear keeps a tight, upright vase-shape.







River Birch
Betula nigra

The River Birch is often grown with multiple trunks to show-off its beautiful bark. The foliage is a light green that provides a soft shade in the summer.







Saucer Magnolia
Magnola x soulangiana

The Saucer Magnolia is infamous for its large pink and white flowers in the early spring. The leaves are also large and smooth and the bark is a smooth pale gray.



Star Magnolia
Magnolia stellata

The Star Magnolia is much smaller compared to the Saucer Magnolia with a flower whose petals are long, narrow and bright white.







Sweetbay Magnolia
Magnolia virginiana

The Sweetbay Magnolia leafs-out later in the spring than its cousins and delivers a small fragrant flower in mid-summer.








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Red Leaf Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum

The Red Leaf Japanese Maple is a beautiful and shapely plant with deep red foliage, pointy leaves, and twisted trunk.



Green Leaf Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum

The Green Leaf Japanese Maple is not as widely recognized as its sister, but for some landscapes is the perfect selection.



Coral Bark Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum 'Sango-kaku'

The Coral Bark Japanese Maple has brilliant red bark which makes the plant dazzling to view in the winter months.








Paperbark Maple
Acer griseum

The Paperbark Maple is a truly beautiful tree. Its unique feature is a beautiful burgundy, exfoliating bark.








Ornamental Crabapple
Malus spp.

This not the Crabapple that litters the ground with large unsightly fruit, but a tree with a magnificent flower bloom in the spring and small, colorful fruit in the autumn.





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Stewartia
Stewartia spp.

The Stewartia is a wonderful small tree. It has beautiful smooth "camouflage-patterned" bark, deep red fall color, and camelia-like flowers in mid-summer.







Eastern Redbud
Cercis canadensis

The Eastern Redbud is noted for its light-green heart-shaped leaves and early spring pink flowers.




'Forest Pansy' Redbud
Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

The "Forest Pansy" Redbud has all the great characterisics of the Eastern Redbud and in addition it has maroon leaves.








'Winter King' Hawthorn
Crataegus viridis 'Winter King'

The 'Winter King' Hawthorn is very popular for its vase-shape, white flowers in the spring, and heavy set of red berries in the fall.








Tree Lilac
Syringa reticulata

The Tree Lilac is very similar to it's cousin the Common Lilac, except it grows grows taller and flowers in the late spring with fragrant, white blossoms.




Serviceberry
Amelanchier arborea

The Serviceberry, or as often called "Amelanchier," has smooth bark, multiple-trunks, and flowers in the early spring.








Fastigiate Hornbeam
Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata'

The Fastigiate Hornbeam has a tight, upright structure with a beautiful, fine-textured green foliage.








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