Trees

Trees

As the largest and most prominent of all garden plants, trees establish the basic, long-term framework of a garden, and their forms and colors influence the selection of other plants. Since they originate from most regions of the world, there is an immense variety of ornamental trees suitable for almost any garden site.

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 Evergreen Wisteria
An attractive Asian vine that does resemble Wisteria (but is not in fact a Wisteria) and has dark purple-red flower clusters that are held above the foliage. A good fast-growing vine for the large arbor, pergola, or chain link fence.  ..
$35.00
Apricot - Moorpark
The Moorpark Apricot is large, juicy, sweet, and richer in flavor than almost all apricots. It is self-pollinating and ripens in late June or early July. As the Moorpark apricots ripen in summer the fruit enlarges into golden skin with red highlights and a tasty sweet interior pulp. ..
$12.99
Crape Myrtle - Natches White
Natchez crape myrtle trees grow quickly to over 20' at maturity with leaves that change to red-orange in the Fall. Natchez crape myrtle makes a great ornamental shrub with its dark exfoliating bark and huge pure white flowers that last up to 4 months. The leaves turn red-orange during the Fall and the blooms are a beautiful white color. The whit..
$15.00
Fig - Brown Turkey
The Brown Turkey fig produces tasty, brownish-purple fruits in late summer or fall. This variety retains the best traits of a common fig, including the beautifully shaped light-green leaves, smooth gray bark, and delicious fruit, but it survives winters that would bury most other fig trees. You can train it as a multi-stemmed shrub or a small tr..
$12.99
Fig - Celeste
The Celeste fig is small, brown to purple in color and adapted to most southern states. The tree is large, vigorous and very productive. Celeste usually does not have a Breba crop; the main crop ripens in mid-June before the main crop of other fig varieties. Celeste fruit has a tightly closed eye which inhibits the entry of the dried fruit beetl..
$12.99
Fig - Texas Everbearing
The Texas Everbearing Fig Tree is a medium-sized, bell shaped, brownish-yellow fig tree with very sweet amber flesh. It is most commonly grown variety in Texas but will tolerate colder areas. This young bearing vigorous tree produces an early crop in May with the main crop ripening in late June and continues to ripen into August. The Texas Everb..
$29.00
Hibiscus - Althea (Rose of Sharon)
Althea or Rose of Sharon, a type of hibiscus, is a multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub or small tree with leathery, serrated leaves boasting a dependable bloom show in summer. It’s a very rugged, maintenance-free plant that endures poor soil, extreme heat and drought. Blooms 3”-5” in diameter occur in an array of typically pastel to Victorian c..
$10.00
Loquat
Small to medium-size evergreen tree to 20' in height with an equal spread. It has dark green leaves and yellow, pear shaped edible fruit. Strong and open branching habit.  ..
$15.00
Maple - October Glory
October glory is a rapid growing red maple cultivar. This ever-popular maple should be considered as a beautiful shade tree addition to any yard. It has glossy foliage, which turns brilliant red in early autumn and last several weeks. Tiny, conspicuous red flowers bloom in spring. Showy red fruit attract many birds and other wildlife.  ..
$39.99
Maple - Sun Valley
Sun Valley Red Maple is a cross between Red Sunset and Autumn Flame produces a moderate ovate crown with leaves 4" long, 4 1/2" wide. Brilliant green summer colored leaves, change to beautiful fluorescent orange-red in the fall. A great new tree for lawn or street planting. ..
$39.99
Plum - Bruce
The plum variety "Bruce" is a hybrid plum produced by crossing a Japanese plum with a member of another plum group, called European plums. A tree that can be 15 to 20 feet tall at maturity, it blooms in early spring, producing masses of small, bright white flowers. Ripens somewhat earlier than “Methley," and is usually ready for picking by the..
$12.99
Plum - Methley
This early June ripening southern favorite has deep red-purplish skin and amber with red streaked flesh. Methley is a medium to large high quality fruit found readily in farmer's markets. The tree is a self-fertile Japanese variety.  Vigorous, heat-tolerant and disease-resistant. A superb pollinator for other Japanese plums. (250 Chill Hour..
$12.99
Plum - Morris
This plum tree ripens a large plum that tends to grow in large clusters on a grafted, semi-dwarf tree. The Morris produces an abundance of reddish-black skinned fruit. Morris plums store well and have a crisp, firm flesh. These plums have great flavor and high sugar content. Increasingly popular, an excellent variety. Cross pollination is advisa..
$12.99
Plum - Santa Rosa
An all-time favorite home and commercial variety, producing an abundant harvest of dark crimson fruit each summer, with firm flesh and a wonderfully pleasing flavor. Excellent for fresh eating or in preserves. This lovely accent or border tree provides a showy display of white flowers in spring. A pollenizer is not necessary, but fruit productio..
$12.99
River Birch
River birch is well named as it loves wet zones, adapts well to wet sites and reaches its maximum size in rich alluvial soils of the lower Mississippi Valley. However, the tree is very heat-tolerant and can survive modest droughts. River birch transplants easily at any age and grows into a medium tree of about 60'. They are well known for their ..
$29.00