Ornamental Tree with Delicious FruitThe Paw Paw is an ornamental, fruit-bearing tree. It’s sure to turn heads if planted near your street or by the front entrance of your home. Planting a Paw Paw is a great way to bring a bit of tropical allure to your yard without concerns about harsh weather. The Paw Paw can tolerate cold temperatures, even as low as -25F. Of course it’s most popular feature is the fruit it produces in the fall. You’ll adore the short stubby-banana shape and creamy consistency of the custard-like fruit. The unique taste must be tried to be truly appreciated. People describe it as a banana-like flavor with melon, vanilla or even pineapple accents. As if the tropical look and delicious fruit isn’t enough, in the spring your Paw Paw will reward you with the most delightful 1-inch bell-shaped flowers. These deep-purple gems start to appear before your Paw Paw leafs out, so your view of their exquisite charm won’t be obscured. In the fall the leaves your Paw Paw will gift you with yet another thrill when its leaves brighten your autumn landscape with their yellow brilliance. The Paw Paw is a tropical-looking hardy tree with a lot to offer. You just can’t go wrong planting the incredible Paw Paw tree. * Spring and fall color * Edible fruit * Hardy and cold tolerant .
Traditional Evergreen Holly in Perfect Tree FormAmerican Holly in Tree Form (Ilex opaca) is the classic holly – big, dark green serrated leaves, bright red berries in the winter, rich color year-round. It is so ingrained in Rockwellian nostalgia that it brings instant warmth and fondness when people see it.We know, though, that these shrubs can get HUGE and if they’re not placed properly can be a problem. This sweet tree-form, though, will stay just the right size for you to put it front and center in a big pot or along a walk or by a gate. They look like they came straight from a fancy Macy’s NY window display! A single stem topped with a sphere of holly leaves and berries. Instant topiary.This native holly is super hardy and adaptable. It thrives in many soils and in full sun or part shade. It doesn’t require much maintenance – a quick trim to keep its shape, but that’s all.It shines during the holidays, of course. A ribbon bow around its stem, a strand of mini twinkle lights. Effortless decorating. But this beauty also is great the rest of the year! The deep leaf color never fades and the tree form makes a striking silhouette no matter the season. In the spring it blooms small white flowers that give it a completely different look.Buy a couple of these American Holly in tree form for your garden, doorway or patio today. Your friends will comment. Your neighbors will be envious. * Tree form of our best-selling Holly* Spring flowers and Winter berries* Natural pyramidal shape requires little pruning* Perfect for containers or specimen planting.
Fast Growing, Long Lived, Hardy EvergreenA Canadian Hemlock in your yard brings an element of strength and grace to your landscape. Canadian Hemlocks have been known to live in excess of 800 years with their 75 foot height and 30 foot spread. It’s an impressive tree with its strong, straight pyramidal shape supported by one central trunk. Your Hemlock’s branches can extend all the way to the ground, and the soft, spray-like foliage endows it with an element of graceful elegance. It’s one of those rare evergreen trees that is a beauty to behold in almost any landscape and in any season. Wildlife love Canadian Hemlocks, and the birds will especially appreciate your adding one to your home’s landscape. A variety of small mammals will also appreciate a quick nibble on its foliage in the winter to hold them over into spring. Your Canadian Hemlock is a fast growing evergreen that will even grow well in shady conditions. You can transplant it easily, and if you prefer a particular shape, it tolerates pruning well. Fast growing, long lived and attractive to both humans and wildlife…this evergreen seems to have it all. Give one a home today. * Fast-growing * Long-lived * Hardy * Wildlife interest.
An Elegant Tree with Amazing Scented FlowersA mimosa is an elegant Champaign and orange juice cocktail, but it is also an elegant tree for your natural landscape! It is an unusual, almost tropical or exotic looking tree that does adore the heat and humidity and tolerates drought very well. It is also known as the Persian Silk Tree commonly because of the incredibly fragrant and beautiful pink flower clusters with an unusual thread-like petals.Hard to beat this fast growing and an ornamentaltree that puts on quite a show. The foliage is similar to a fern, fine textured and ornate. The flower clusters dance across the top of the foliage like pink clouds of cotton candy for a good part of the summer.Mimosa trees get to about 30’ vase shaped, flat-topped ornamental to use at the back edge of your lot or a backdrop to your vegetable or flower borders. The sweet-smelling flowers attract pollinators like butterflies, birds, and bees to your yard. The gardenia-like fragrance of the puff ball like flowers, the fast growth rate, and beautiful fern-like foliage are all good attributes. Hardy in zones 6-9 and even into 10 loving the heat and tolerating dry soils beautifully. Mimosa’s tend to work well in less formal situations and in groups out away from pools and patios where they can be allowed to take on their natural form. For a very unique fast growing ornamental tree, you can’t go wrong with the Mimosa Tree. Order yours now!* Fragrant, tropical looking pink flowers in summer when few other trees are blooming* Fast growing and drought tolerant plants* Nice smaller sized tree fits into smaller landscapes.