SUPER FALL COLOR
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CORNUS MAS ‘Golden Glory’
(
Cornelian Cherry) Slow growing to 20’.
   Profuse yellow flowers in early spring.  Tasty edible cherry red fruit.  Drought tolerant.  Virtually pest free. Minimum amount of pruning.  Yellow Fall color.
 
CERCIDIPHYLUM JAPONICUM 
(
Katsura Tree) Pyramidal when young.  
  Blue-green  heart shaped leaves.  Slow grower.  No serious pest or disease  problems.  Requires little pruning.  Yellow to apricot orange Fall color.
 
  GINKGO ’Princeton Sentry’
- (Maidenhair Tree) An upright, columnar male tree.
  Good pest resistance.   Minimum pruning required. Yellow Fall color.
 
LIQUIDAMAR STYRACIFLUA
‘Cherokee` (Cherokee Sweet Gum)A nearly seedless medium sized tree.  Interesting corky bark.  Few pests.   Burgundy to red with yellow Fall color.  
 
NYSSA SYLVATICA (Black Tupelo)
Slow growing medium sized tree.
No serious disease problems. Tolerates urban conditions, poor  drainage, & drought.
  Scarlet to maroon Fall color.
     
STEWARDIA PSEUDOCAMELLIA 
(Japanese Stewartia)  Slow growing tree.
    White 2 1/2” flowers in July-August.  Beautiful exfoliated bark with age.  Few pest or disease problems.  Requires minimum of pruning.   Orange-red to purple red Fall color.
 
STYRAX JAPONICA
    (Japanese Snowbell)  A  heat tolerant, slow growing  small tree.  Good disease resistance.  Yellow Fall color.
 
TAXODIUM DISTICHUM
  (Bald cypress) A deciduous confer. Tolerant of dry or wet areas &  pollution.    Seedless.  Deep roots.  Rusty  Fall color.
         
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