A taller shade tree at 60-80 feet tall that is known for its edible nuts. Nuts are sweet and support a lot of wildlife like deer, rabbits, foxes, chipmunks, and wild turkey. Shaggy bark that is similar to Carya ovata.
A striking Redbud that boasts yellows, oranges, greens, and pinks all on one tree. This cultivar is said to be more heat and drought resistant than most other Redbuds. Smaller tree only growing to about 8-12 feet tall and wide.
This native oak tree matures into a stately tree up to 75 feet tall and almost as wide. Glorious red-brown fall foliage. Very long lived- Plant today and your ancestors, as well as the environment, will thank you..
A multi stemmed larger shrub known for its soft velvety catkins that appear before it leafs out. One of the first willow catkins to appear in the spring. Catkins are often used in flowers arrangements.
A large stately deciduous conifer that has soft yellow green foliage in summer that transitions to a nice russet color in fall. A highly adaptable tree that can handle wet areas as well as tolerate drier spots.