Small tree or large shrub with a round to oval shape, Reddish leaves in spring, bluish grey in season and orangy red in fall. White clusters of flowers appear before the foliage, they are followed by small berries, red to purple-black in June. Fruits are edible and attract birds. Use alone or in association in borders.
This small tree with an oval and upright habit bears a nice green foliage in summer that turns orange to red in fall. Lovely spring white blooms followed by red berries turning dark purple after. They gets ripe as early as June. These very well appreciated fruits are edible and very sweet. Used isolated or in a mixed border.
This serviceberry exibits the best tree form of the species, a strong central leader supports branches that angle upward. Magnific luminous blooming soon in sping followed by blueberry-like edible berry who attrack birds. Very nice color, orange and red, in fall.
Slower growing than canadian serviceberry, this cultivar is covered in spring with big, star-shaped flowers, followed by myriads of purple-red fruits. Birds relish these sweet, edible fruits. Leaves will turn to a nice, colourful red in fall. This is a great choice to create light, gracious screens.
Tall birch with great ornamental value for large spaces. It features green foliage during summer, turning yellow in fall. Its salmon pink bark is very attractive in winter, peeling freely like paper birch bark. The species is bronze birch borer resistant. Use as a specimen in humid and heavy soils.
Tall ornemental specimen, tree for large areas, grren foliage changing to yellow color in fall. Broad pyramidal shape, more round with agign. Salmony white bark exfoliates on mature trees. Bronze birch borer resistant.
Dense, compact growth with an irregular crown. Leathery, diamond shaped leaves are dark green in summer, bright yellow in fall. Orangish to brown bark exfoliates to reveal lighter inner bark. An excellent specimen, known for its unique bark characteristics. This cultivar is extremely resistant to the bronze birch borer and also has good resistance to leaf spot diseases.
This tree has a pyramidal habit, getting rounded with age. The dark green leaves are heavily textured with very impressed veins. Leaves turn yellow in fall. Catkin flowers are stunning! Decorative fruits are held together in pendulous chain-like clusters, green turning to brown in fall. Excellent choice for screens, hedges, groupings.
Fastigiate narrow branching angles, broomlike, oval shaped to vased shaped with age. The leaves are green, crisply textured remaining green late in autumn, occasionally turning yellowish before falling. Fruits pendulous clusters. Tolerate a light shade. Use as a specimen.
This tree with a high ornamental value has a large and upright habit. The sulphur yellow buds open on leaves made of 7 to 11 leaflets. The fruit is a nut covered by a greenish bark, not edible. The bark is shallowly furrowed. None or very few insect problems or diseases. Use it isolated or in small groups in a large area.