Pinus sylvestris rhodopaea (Scots Pine, Scotch Pine)
Pinus sylvestris, often known as Scots pine (UK), Scotch pine (US), European red pine, or Baltic pine, is a pine species endemic to Eurasia. Pinus sylvestris is an evergreen coniferous tree with a trunk diameter of 1 m and a...
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Prunus serrulata (Japanese Flowering Cherry, Sakura, Hill Cherry, Oriental Cherry, East Asian Cherry)
Japanese Sakura Flowering Cherry, Prunus serrulata, Tree SeedsPrunus serrulata or Japanese Cherry; also called Hill Cherry, Oriental Cherry or East Asian Cherry, is a species of cherry native to Japan, Korea and China. It is known for its spring cherry...
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Ziziphus jujube (Jujube, Chinese Date)
The Japanese Zelkova is a hardy urban tree that may be used for street plantings and residential shade. It has a vase-shaped spreading habit with typically vertical branches. When young, the bark is smooth and reddish brown, with pronounced cherry-like...
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Ulmus americana (American Elm, White Elm, Gray Elm, Swan Elm)
Ulmus americana, often known as the American Elm, is a deciduous tree native to North Carolina with a trunk diameter of 2 to 5 feet and a height of 80 to 100 feet. The leaves are alternating, with a serrated...
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Toona sinensis (Chinese Toon, Chinese Mahogany, Red Toon)
The Meliaceae family's Toona sinensis is a lovely deciduous tree. The peeling bark, leaves, and blooms of this plant are all appealing aspects of this species. The stems are downy at first, and the leaves are 30-60cm long, pinnate, and...
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Thuja occidentalis (American Arborvitae, Eastern Arborvitae)
Thuja occidentalis belongs to the cypress family Cupressaceae and is an evergreen coniferous tree. The bark is reddish-brown, wrinkled, and peels in long, narrow strips. Northern white cedar has scaly leaves and fan-like branches. Flat sprays of foliage with long...
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Pinus tabulaeformis (Chinese Table Pine, Southern Chinese Pine)
Pinus tabuliformis is a medium-sized evergreen tree that grows to a height of 20 metres (65 feet 7 inches). It is hardy to zone 5 in the United Kingdom. The seeds mature from January to February, and the plant is...
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Pinus strobus (Europe) (Eastern White Pine, White Pine, Weymouth Pine, Northern White Pine)
Eastern White Pine is the largest conifer species in the upper Midwest. Needles are in clusters of five, are soft, flexible, and 2.5-5” long. They are bluish green and grow off of cylindrical stems. Cones are 4-8” long and remain...
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Pinus mugo pumilio (Shrubby Swiss Pine, Dwarf Mugo Pine)
Slow-growing, tough, and durable; great for shape, texture, and colour detail in the garden; requires full sun; prune candles to keep tight and maintain a thick growth habit. The foliage of the Dwarf Mugo Pine is emerald green. Throughout the...
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Pinus hwangshanensis (Huangshan Pine, Yellow Mountain Pine)
The Huangshan Pine tree, with its flattened top and long level branches on mountainside cliffs, is famously represented in Chinese art and photos. The Huangshan Pine tree is endemic to Eastern China's Yellow Mountains. It grows on steep, rocky slopes...
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Picea retroflexa (Brush Needle Spruce)
Trees with a single straight, round trunk and a conical to columnar crown with numerous short, straight, horizontal main branches that reach a height of 145 feet. The bark is tough and scaly, with tiny flaking plates. Twigs are short,...
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Picea pungens (Blue Spruce)
The blue spruce is a pyramidal conifer with horizontal branching to the ground that grows in the medium to large size range. Green to blue-green needles that are stiff, bristly, and square point outward from the branches in all directions....
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Picea glauca densata (Black Hills Spruce)
A big evergreen tree with a central stem and a wide pyramidal to conical crown formed by thick, ascending lateral branches from the ground up. It has a denser, more compact habit and a slower growth rate than the ordinary...
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Carpinus betulus (European Hornbeam)
European hornbeams make excellent screens, hedges, and windbreak trees when planted in groups around big buildings. The European hornbeam has attractive slate-gray smooth to fluted bark and richly textured leaves. In the fall, the dark green leaves become a lovely...
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Abies procera glauca (Blue Danish fir)
The steely-Blue cultivar Abies procera 'Glauca' is one of the more beautiful firs. It is a sluggish starter when young, but after a few years will exhibit modest development, eventually reaching 65 feet (20 metres) in height with a pyramidal,...
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Abies fraseri (Fraser Fir)
Abies fraseri is a tiny evergreen coniferous tree that grows to a height of 10 to 15 metres (30 to 50 feet). The crown is conical, with straight branches that are either horizontal or inclined upward at 40° from the...
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Juglans nigra Northern (Northern Black Walnut)
California's south coast The Black Walnut is a big shrub or small tree native to California that may grow up to 30 feet tall. Close to the ground, the main stem might branch, giving the appearance of two trees that...
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Prunus persica nemaguard (Nemaguard Peach)
Nemaguard Peach, Prunus persica nemaguard, Tree Seeds   Hardy, Edible Fruits, Fragrant Showy Flowers, Fast Growth, Cold Tolerant   Nemaguard Peach is used extensively as rootstock for peach cultivars; this variety is a vigorous grower and extremely disease resistant.  Hardy...
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Ziziphus mauritiana (Indian Jujube)
Indian jujube is a tiny thorny shrub or tree that can reach a height of 3-15 metres. The trunk is around 40 cm in diameter and covered in irregularly fissured dark grey or dull black bark. The drooping branches are...
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Zelkova serrata (Japanese Zelkova)
The Japanese Zelkova is a hardy urban tree that may be used for street plantings and residential shade. It has a vase-shaped spreading habit with typically vertical branches. When young, the bark is smooth and reddish brown, with pronounced cherry-like...
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Zelkova carpinifolia (Elm Zelkova, Caucasian Zelkova)
Zelkova carpinifolia is a Zelkova species found in the Caucasus, Kaçkar, and Alborz mountains in Europe's extreme southeast and southwest. It is a medium-sized to big deciduous tree with a trunk that grows to be (66–115 ft) tall. With a...
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Yucca glauca (Soapweed Yucca, Soapweed, Great Plains Yucca)
Yucca glauca is a tropical plant that belongs to the agave family. It has woody stems and long, thin leaves that grow in rosettes at the ends of stems or branches. It's popular because of its lovely leaves. The rosette's...
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Yucca filamentosa (Adam's Needle, True Adams Needle)
A lovely decorative plant with stunning leaves that appear to be shaved on the edges. In the summer, a lovely white blossom blooms in the heart of the shrub and lasts for several weeks. It looks great in rock gardens...
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Yucca brevifolia (Joshua Tree, Yucca Palm, Tree Yucca)
Yucca brevifolia is a plant species from the Yucca genus. Only the Mojave Desert is home to the Joshua tree, the biggest of the yuccas. There are no natural stands of this beautiful, spike-leaved evergreen anywhere else on the planet....
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Wisteria sinensis (Chinese Wisteria)
Chinese wisteria was first introduced as an ornamental plant in 1916. It has a large number of plants that have been planted and nurtured. The leaves are glossy, green, and pinnately compound, with long oblong leaflets. White, violet, or blue...
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Weigela florida (Weigela, Old-fashioned Weigela)
Wigelia is a member of the Caprifoliaceae (honeysuckle) family that may be found in North China, Korea, and Japan. It's a deciduous shrub with thick, rounded branches that tend to arch toward the ground as it matures. Showy rose coloured...
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Viburnum setigerum (Tea Viburnum)
Tea Viburnum is a Chinese shrub with smaller flower clusters than most viburnums, but it produces the most fruit of all the Viburnums. Fruiting requires more than one shrub, so bunch them together. This shrub has a flexible vase shape...
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Viburnum tinus (Laurustine)
Laurustine is a Mediterranean viburnum that tolerates coastal circumstances and is mildly salt-tolerant and drought resilient. It is endemic to Europe and Africa's Mediterranean regions. Blooms in clusters of pink buds that unfold to white throughout the winter and spring....
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Viburnum sargentii (Sargent Cranberry)
The tall, rounded shrub Sargent's cranberry-bush viburnum has a coarse branching habit. A distinctive odour emanates from the wood. The bark is light, delicately flaking on the oldest trunks and smooth on new branches. Except for the top, leaves are...
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Viburnum rhytidophyllum (Leather Leaf Viburnum)
The Leatherleaf Viburnum is a Chinese evergreen plant. This plant loves wet acidic soils that are well-drained. It blooms in late spring, and the flower buds, which are also attractive, are produced in late summer to early fall the previous...
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Viburnum opulus (European Cranberrybush, European Highbush Cranberry)
As an ornamental, it was brought to North America. Simple leaves, three lobed and coarsely serrated, orbicular, 2-4 in long, with concave glands on the petiole; dark green top, velvety underneath. Tan to gray-brown stems with pronounced ridges and many...
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Viburnum lentago (Nannyberry, Wild Raisin, Sweet Berry)
Viburnum lentago, often known as nannyberry, is a big, erect, multi-stemmed, suckering deciduous shrub that grows to a height of 10-18 feet with a spread of 6-12 feet. In the autumn, the flowers give way to blue-black, berry-like drupes that...
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Viburnum lantana (Twistwood, Wayfaring Tree)
Viburnum lantana is a Viburnum species found in central, southern, and western Europe, as well as northwest Africa and southwestern Asia. Viburnum lantana is a popular ornamental shrub that provides seasonal colour and wildlife value as well as serving as...
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Viburnum ichangense (Chinese Viburnum)
The Chinese snowball viburnum is a flowering shrub that is endemic to mainland China and belongs to the Adoxaceae family. It has a spherical vase-shaped structure that grows up to 15 feet tall and 12 feet broad. The blooms of...
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Viburnum dilatatum (Linden Arrowwood, Linden Viburnum)
Because its leaves mimic those of the linden tree, Viburnum dilatatum is often known as linden viburnum. It is found in China, Korea, and Japan in open forests, forest borders, lowlands, slopes, and scrubby places. It's a deciduous shrub that...
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Viburnum dentatum (Arrow-wood viburnum, Southern Arrow-wood)
Arrowwood is a natural deciduous shrub that can reach a height of 5 to 10 feet. It is endemic to much of the eastern United States, and it may be found in the Piedmont and mountain areas of North Carolina....
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Viburnum cassinoides (Possumhaw, Wild Raisin, Withe Rod)
It is a natural deciduous shrub that grows up to 12 feet tall and broad in savannas, low, damp forests, and bogs. It favours acidic, wet, well-drained soils in the sun to part shade, although it is adaptable. The wavy-edged...
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Ulmus pumila (Siberian Elm)
At maturity, the Siberian elm is a big, fast-growing deciduous tree that may grow up to 50 feet tall with a vase-shaped to rounded crown up to 40 feet wide. The leaves are oval in form with a pointed tip...
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Ulmus parvifolia (winged) (Chinese Elm, Lacebark Elm)
The rounded crown of this beautiful, elegant tree is decorated with glossy dark green foliage that turn yellow and reddish purple in the fall. The lacebark elm has unique bark that is mottled and frequently produces colourful patterns in its...
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Ulmus davidiana (Japanese Elm, David Elm)
Ulmus davidiana, sometimes known as the David Elm, is a deciduous tree native to China, Mongolia, Korea, Siberia, and Japan. It may reach a maximum height of 15 metres. The leaves have a rough top surface and are obovate to...
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Ulmus crassifolia (Cedar Elm)
The most prevalent elm tree in Texas, with a wide range of distribution in East, South, and Central Texas. A big tree with a tall straight trunk 2 to 3 feet in diameter and stiff branches that form a thin,...
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Trachycarpus excelsus (fortunei) (Windmill Palm, Hemp Palm )
Trachycarpus fortunei is the botanical name for this palm tree, which belongs to the Arecaceae (palm) family. The windmill palm gets its name from its fan-shaped leaves, which are 3 feet long and give the tree its name. Fibers produced...
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Tilia tomentosa (Silver Linden)
The leaves of the silver linden are dark green above and silvery-white underneath. It is suitable for use as a street tree. Pollinators are drawn to the aromatic blooms. Beautiful shade tree with light grey, smooth bark and dark, brilliant...
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Tilia platyphyllos (Bigleaf Linden)
The deciduous tree Tilia platyphyllos is endemic to much of Europe. It's commonly used as a decorative tree in parks, as well as a shade or lawn tree. It has become established in many parts of North America, most notably...
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Tilia mandshurica (Mandchurian Linden)
Up to 20 m tall, large tree with a circular crown. The young twigs have purplish red hair that is silky and felt-like. The leaves have a pointy tip and are wide oval to crooked heart-shaped. The top is brilliant...
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Tilia cordata (Littleleaf Linden)
The Littleleaf Linden is a deciduous broadleaf tree that grows to be medium to big in size. It belongs to the Malvaceae family. It is often regarded as the best of the Lindens. It has been widely planted as an...
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Tilia amurensis (Amur Linden)
The Amur Linden is a medium-sized shade tree that may reach a height of 50 to 75 feet. It's a Korean and Russian native. In June, its fragrant white blooms appear. Butterflies, bees, and birds flock to the Amur Linden....
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Thuja plicata (Western Redcedar, Western Red Cedar)
The western redcedar is an evergreen coniferous tree endemic to the northwest United States and southern Canada.The foliage is arranged in flat sprays with scale-like leaves in opposing pairs, with each pair 90 degrees apart. The tiny cones dangle from...
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Thuja orientalis aurea (Gold Arborvitae)
Thuja orientalis Aurea has a bright yellow summer colour and a yellow-bronze winter colour. It grows slowly and has a short, approximately cylindrical shape with slightly flattened sides. youth, the scale-like yellowish-green leaves in flattened sprays become deeper green as...
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Thevetia nereifolia (Yellow Oleander Thevetia peruviana)
Thevetia peruviana is a tiny ornamental tree that reaches a height of 10 to 12 feet. The spirally organised leaves are linear and measure 13-15 cm in length. Flowers are funnel-shaped and brilliant yellow, with 5 spirally twisted petals. The...
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