This irregular conical shaped tree features a pure white bark and green foliage turning golden yellow in fall. Catkin flowers appear in spring, followed by hanging green fruits in fall. Use as a specimen to enhance the decorative aspect of its bark.
A slow-growing upright deciduous tree with dense, compact foliage. Due to narrow form it fits nicely into any garden. Small green leaves turn yellow to brown in fall, attractive hop-like fruits at maturity.
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.
A beautiful small native tree for sun or shade. The green leaves turn vivid orange to bright red in early fall. Catkin yellowish green flowers in spring, followed by decorative pendulous clusters of fruits. Great tree for naturalizing. Also makes a fine small street or lawn tree.
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.
Small tree with a regular, rounded and compact habit. Large, heart-shaped, light green leaves are late to emerge. It does not bloom. Prune in spring time, if needed. An ideal accent or solitary feature tree for the home landscape.
Tree with a conical top, slender, irregular shape and becoming wider later on. Its large leaves, heart shaped, light green in colour turn yellow in fall, one of the latest to make it leaves in spring. Flowers in great panicles, white with yellow and red dots; they are followed by long pods as fruits , staying in winter. It tolerates very hot climates but is vulnerable to pollution.