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SALIX ALBA FLAME

The bright orange-red stems color in mid to late fall and last to brighten the winter garden until spring. It will stay well behaved when cut back and will not take over the garden. The green leaves of summer turn a bright golden yellow in fall and hold their golden color creating a striking contrast to the branches in the autumn landscape. If allowed to grow uncut as a clump it can be used as a tall windbreak.

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SALIX ALBA TRISTIS

Gracious, large tree with a round head and weeping habit. Its green foliage turns yellow in fall. It has yellowish catkin flowers, followed by uninteresting fruits. It will adapt very easely to damp areas; dry areas must be avoided. Root system is considerable and invasive. Trimming is done in spring time.

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SORBUS AUC. CARDINAL ROYAL

Nice tree with a symmetrical, upright habit. Summer foliage is dark green above, silvery beneath, turning orange red in fall. White flowers born in flat-topped corymbs appear in May; followed by small, red berry-like pome in August and September. More resistant to fireblight than common european mountainash. Use as a specimen.

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SORBUS AUC. SKY BOUND

This tree has a columnar shape. The foliage is made of lanceolated and serrated leaflets that are green on top and grayish underneath.. In fall, they turn red. In spring, large clusters of white flowers emerge and are followed by vivid red berries that are attractive to birds. Use it as a specimen.

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SORBUS THURINGIACA FASTIGIATA

Small tree, with a columnar, compact shape that tends to widen with age. Its leaves look like those of an oak tree. They are deep green on the top and grayish underneath, turning scarlet red in fall. In May appear clusters of white flowers that are followed in August-September by shiny red berries that attract birds. Use as a specimen.

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SYRINGA PEKINENSIS COPPER CURLS

" Produces fragrant creamy white flowers rising above the foliage from late spring to early summer.The peeling coppery bronze bark is extremely showy and adds significant winter interest. It is highly tolerant of urban pollution . "

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SYRINGA RET. IVORY SILK

Nice slender tree with an oval, rather compact shape. Foliage is dark green in season and turns yellow-brown in fall. Bloom appear end of June, beginning of July ; nice showy panicles (15-30 cm long) of creamy white, lightly fragrant flowers. Prune after flowering, if necessary; faded flowers should be removed. This tree tolerates urban pollution. Use as a specimen, as an alignment tree or in groups.

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SYRINGA RET. SUMMER STORM

Upright, oval rounded, deciduous tree. Blooms in June with slightly fragrant, creamy white flowers. Foliage is dark green with minimal fall color. Young bark is shiny, and reddish-brown. A very hardy and trouble-free small tree. Easy to grow.

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SYRINGA RETICULATA

Panicles of creamy white flowers in July, abundant and fragrant. It is the latest bloomer of all lilacs. Prune after flowering, if needed. Used mainly for its spectacular flowers and pleasant fragrance, in large scale massing or to create screens.

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TILIA AMERICANA

Pyramidal when young; broad, rounded open crown when maturing. Heart-shaped, dark green leaves turning yellow in fall. Fragrant, yellowish white flowers in early summer. Good selection for large areas, group planting, as a specimen or for naturalization. Pollution tolerant. Useful as shade tree in urban areas.

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