Crimson Pointe Flowering Plum Near Me

Pocket-sized Trees

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Acer buergeranum Trident Maple 15-20′ h x w
Acer circinatum Vine Maple 12-15′ h x 10′ w, native, prefers pm shade
Acer glabrum Rocky Mount Maple xx-25′ h x fifteen’ west
Acer grandidentatum ‘Schmidt’ Rocky Mountain Glow Big Tooth Maple 20-25′ h x 15′ w, heat/drought tolerant
Acer griseum Paperbark Maple 25′ h 10 xx’ west, amazing bark and autumn color
Acer japonicum Total Moon Maple twenty’h x 25′ w
Acer palmatum Japanese Maple 15-25′ h x w (variable)- many cultivars
Acer shirasawanum ‘Autumn Moon’ Autumn Moon Fullmoon Maple 8-15′ h x w – gilded/chartruese/pink foliage
Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala Amur Maple 15-twenty’ h ten 15′ w, red samaras in summer & autumn colour, heat/drought tolerance
Albizia julibrissin ‘EH Wilson’ Mimosa or Silk Tree xx-35′ h x w, extra hardy course
Amelanchier grandiflora  (similar ‘Autumn Brilliance’ & ‘Princess Diana’) Serviceberry fifteen-xx’ h x 15′ w, early white flwrs, dandy autumn color, birds love berries
Amelanchier laevis ‘Spring Flurry’ Spring Flurry Serviceberry 28′ h ten xx’ w, good tree grade
Betula nigra ‘Piddling Male monarch’ Trick Valley Dwarf River Birch 10’h 10 12’w
Carpinus caroliniana ‘Native Flame’ American Hornbeam 20-30’h ten 20′ w, slow growing, tolerant of wet soil
Carpinus japonica Japanese Hop Hornbeam 15-xxx’h ten due west, slow growing, hop-like seed pods
Cercis canadensis ‘Ace of Hearts’ Dwarf Eastern Redbud 9-12′ h 10 12-15′ west
Cercis canadensis (including ‘Forest Pansy’) Eastern Redbud and Purple Leaved form twenty-25′ h x w
Cercis can. ssp. texensis  (similar ‘Alba’, ‘Merlot’ & ‘Oklahoma’) Texas Redbud 20′ h x 25′ westward, ‘Merlot’ is xviii’h 10 20′ west, meliorate species for our climate
Cercis occidentalis Western Redbud fifteen’ h ten x’w, heat/drought tolerant big shrub
Chilopsis linearis (like ‘Bubba’ and ‘Burgundy’) Desert Willow 15-20′ h x w, super rut/drought/deer resistance, showy blooms all summer
Chionanthus retusus Chinese Fringe Tree 15-xx h 10 20-25′ due west, tardily spring flower, peeling bark
Chionanthus r. ‘Tokyo Tower’ Columnar Chinese Fringe Tree xv-20′ h x ten’ w, white blooms late spring/blueish berries
Chitalpa tashkentensis ‘Pink Dawn’, ‘Morning Cloud’ Chitalpa xv-20′ h ten westward, heat/drought tolerant, blooms all summer
Cornus florida Flowering Eastern Dogwood fifteen-25′ h x w, depends on the cultivar
Cornus kousa Chinese Kousa Dogwood 15-25′ h ten w, depends on the cultivar, more estrus tolerant/affliction resistant
Cornus mas Cornelian Cherry 18-20′ h x 22′ west, very early yellow flwrs, red fruits in fall/wintertime
Cornus 10 ‘Eddie’southward White Wonder’ Eddie’south White Wonder Dogwood (C. nuttallii x C. florida) 25′ h x 20′ w, amend estrus tolerance, huge flwrs
Cornus x ‘Venus’ Venus Dogwood (C. nuttallii x C. kousa) 25 h x 20′ w, better heat tolerance, huge flwrs
Cotinus coggygria ‘Regal Purple’ Royal Imperial Smoketree 12-xv’ h x w, can be pruned into a single/multi tree
Cotinus coggygria x obovatus ‘Grace’ Grace Smoketree 12-fifteen’ h x west
Crataegus crus-galli 5. inermis ‘Cruzam’ Crusader Thornless Hawthorn 15-20′ h x w, broadly rounded, white flwrs, red berries
Crataegus laevigata ‘Paul’due south Ruby-red’ Paul’s Scarlet Hawthorn 22’h x xx’w, showy magenta blooms leap, cherry berries
Crataegus l. ‘Crimson Cloud’ Crimson Cloud Hawthorn 25′ h 10 18’w, dark pink flwrs, crimson berries, wavy branches
Crataegus five. ‘Winter King’ Winter Rex Thornless Hawthorn 20′ h 10 25′ w, vase shape, thornless
Davidia involucrata Dove/Hankerchief Tree 20-25′ h x 15′ w, late spring blooms w/unusually large white bracts, rust colored berries
Elaeagnus angustafolia Russian Olive xv-20’h ten w, tolerant of oestrus, drought & range of poor soils
Fagus sylvatica ‘Weeping Purple’ Purple Weeping Beech ten’h 10 15’w
Fraxinus excelsior ‘Aureafolia’ Golden Desert European Ash twenty’ h x 18’w, yellow stems/bawl, aureate leafage leap/autumn
Ginkgo b. ‘Mariken’ Dwarf Ginkgo 2-3’h ten 3-half dozen’ west, male, gold fall color, natural bonsai
Ginkgo b. Chase Manhattan’ Dwarf Ginkgo 3′ h x w, deadening growing, perfect for rock garden, golden in autumn
Ginkgo b. ‘Mariken’ Dwarf Ginkgo two-3’h x 3-6′ due west, male, gilt fall colour, natural bonsai
Hamamelis ten intermedia Witch Hazel 10-12’h 10 w, unique winter bloom + fall colour
Heptacodium miconoides Seven-Son Flower 15’h x w, tardily summertime bloom, peeling bark, all-time with pm shade
Hibiscus syriacus Rose of Sharon 8-12’h x vi-x’westward, can be pruned into a tree, summertime bloom
Koelreuteria paniculata Goldenrain Tree 25-30’h x w, xanthous summer bloom
Laburnum x watereri ‘Vossii’ Vossii Goldenchain Tree 25’h 10 20’w, vase shaped, yellowish flowers
Lagerstroemia varieties Crepe Myrtle 12-25’h x west, size is cultivar dependent, summer flower + fall color
Maackia amurensis ‘Starburst’ Starburst Amur Maackia 25’h x xx’west, vase shaped, early summertime bloom, nitrogen fixer
Magnolia acuminata ‘Yellowish Bird’ Xanthous Bird Magnolia 25-forty’h 10 twenty-25’due west
Magnolia x (similar ‘Genie’  and ‘Susan’) Hybrid Deciduous Magnolia 10’h x 6-ten’w, size is dependent on cultivar
Magnolia loebneri ‘Leonard Messel’ Leonard Messel Magnolia 20’h ten w, pink flwrs
Magnolia sieboldii Oyama Magnolia x-xx’ h x 15-20′ westward, stunning ivory flwrs w/cherry-red stamens, pendulent reddish seed pods follow
Magnolia stellata (many varieties) Star Magnolia 15’h x ten’w, shrubby habit
Malus spp. (and varieties….so many) Crab Apple 10-25’h x w, size is cultivar dependent, spring bloom, autumn berries
Morus alba ‘Chaparral’ Chaparral Weeping Fruitless Mulberry 12’h x xvi’westward, tolerant of harsh conditions
Nyssa sylvatica Blackness Tupelo, Sour Gum xxx-35’h x twenty’westward but Boring, tolerant of poor drainage, Reddish fall color
Oxydendrum arboreum Sourwood xx-xxx’h 10 15’w, tardily summer bloom, red fall color
Parrotia persica Persian Ironwood 25-30’h x 20’w, rainbow fall color
Parrotia p. ‘Vanessa’ Colunmar Western farsi Ironwood 15-xxx’h ten 10’w, boring growing, tighter form
Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Summerwine’, ‘Coppertina’ Ninebark (Tree-form) 6-10+’ h x vi-8′ w, nighttime leaf, jump blooms, exfoliating bark (shown off in standard form)
Pistacia chinensis (including ‘Keith Davey’ male person strain) Chinese Pistache 30’h x west, oestrus/drought tolerant, adept autumn color
Populus tremuloides Quaking Aspen 30’h ten xv’due west
Prunus cerasifera ‘Purple Pony’ Dwarf Purple Leaf Plum 12-15’h x w, NO fruit!
Prunus c. ‘Carmine Pointe’ Columnar Majestic Foliage Plum 20-25’h 10 ten’w, white spring blooms, marron fruit
Prunus cerasifera ‘Krauter Vesuvius’ Krauter Vesuvius Purple Leaf Plum 20’h 10 xv’w
Prunus sargentii ‘Columnaris’ Columnar Sargent Cherry 35’h x 15’w
Prunus serrulata (like ‘Kwanzan’ & ‘Majestic Burgundy’) Flowering Cherry xx-30’h x 15-25’w depending on variety
Prunus 10 ‘Snofozam’ Snowfall Fountains Weeping Blood-red 12’h x w
Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula Plena Rosea’ Double Weeping Cerise 25’h x west, can be pruned to stay smaller
Prunus virginiana (including ‘Canada Red’) Chokecherry (and Scarlet-Leafage Chokecherry) 25’h x 20’w, foliage emerges light-green and matures to burgundy
Prunus x yedoensis ‘Akebono’ Akebono Cerise 25’h x due west
Punica granatum Pomegranate 10-15’h 10 w, tin exist pruned into a tree
Pyrus c. ‘Jaczam’ Jack Dwarf Flowering Pear 16’h x 10’w
Rhamnus f. ‘Asplenifolia’ (tree grade) Fernleaf Alder Buckthorn 10-15’h x 6-10’w, ferny leaf turns aureate in fall + berries
Rhamnus purshiana Cascara 15-30’h 6-10’w, highly adaptable, birds love berries
Salix caprea ‘Pendula’ Weeping Pussy Willow 6-8′ h x w
Sorbus aucuparia European Mountain Ash 35’h x 20’w, abundant cerise-orange fruit in fall
Stewartia pseudocamellia Japanese Stewartia 25-30’h x 15-20’w, needs pm shade
Styrax j. ‘Fragrant Fountain’ Weeping Japanese Snowbell 6-10’h x 5-8’due west, fragrant late spring bloom, gold in fall
Styrax japonicus (including ‘Pink Chimes’) Japanese Snowbell 23-30’h x due west (15’hxw for Pink Chimes)
Styrax obassia Fragrant Snowbell 25’h x twenty’west, larger get out and flwrs than S. japonicus
Syringa pekinensis (like ‘Prc Snow’ & ‘Zhang Zhiming’) Prc Snow & Beijing Gold Chinese Tree Lilac 20’h x w, late spring bloom attracts pollinators, cool bark
Syringa reticulata ‘Ivory Silk’ Ivory Silk Tree Lilacs xx’h 10 15’w
Vitex agnus castus Chaste Tree 12-15’h x w shrub, upwards to twenty’ for tree, reliably deer resistant
Ulmus propinqua ‘JFS-Bieberich’ Emerald Sunshine Elm 35’h x 25’w, vase shaped, beetle/disease resistant
Zelkova serrata ‘City Sprite’ & ‘Schmidtlow’ City Sprite and Wireless Dwarf Zelkova 24’h x 18’w / 24’h x 36’west respectively
Arbutus unedo Strawberry Tree  ten-15’h ten w (half dozen-viii’ for ‘Compacta’)
Arctostaphylos spp. (like ‘Austin Griffiths, ‘Lester Rowntree’ and ‘Dr. Hurd’) Manzanita eight-12+’ h x w, depends on cultivar
Camellia japonica Japanese Camellia with patience can exist pruned into a tree
Eucalyptus spp. (like E. stellulata & Due east. coccifera) Eucalyptus 15-25’h 10 10-15’w
Fremontodendron californicum California Flannel Bush 15’h x west, super droughty/deer resistant, large yellowish blooms
Laurus nobilis Bay Laurel 12-30’h x 10-15’westward, classic cooking herb
Leptospermum namadgiensis Hardy Tea Tree can be pruned into a tree
Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Jewel’ (and others) Little Precious stone Magnolia  20-25’h x 10-15’west
Olea europea ‘Arbequina’ Arbequina Olive 10-15’h x due west, hardiest for our area, self-fertile
Osmarea ten burkwoodii (aka Osmanthus) Faux Holly 6-8′ h 10 w, can be pruned into a tree
Quercus chrysolepis/wislizenii Canyon/Interior Live Oak xv-45+’h x w, slow growing native
Quercus suber Cork Oak 40-70’h 10 w but SLOWLY
Umbellularia californica California Bay Laurel viii-xxx’h x westward, slow native (larger at declension)


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