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QUERCUS ELL. SHOOTING STAR

A beautiful shade tree whose leaves with spiny lobes are initially red brick in spring to become dark green in summer and resume their red color in autumn. Its pretty gray bark is furrowed, its branches are silvery. A tree to discover!

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QUERCUS PAL. GREEN PILLAR

"This is a unique fastigiate form that may prove useful in the landscape, nice as a specimen, or in tight areas. Uniformly branched with glossy dark green foliage that turns maroon-red in fall. "

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QUERCUS ROB. CRIMSON SPIRE

This columnar selection originated as a hybrid of Q. robur and Q. alba. White oak parentage provides dark green, mildew resistant foliage and reddish fall color. Fastigiate growth habit is inherited from the English oak side. Yellowish catkin flowers. Fruits are acorns, on a slender long peduncle. Perfect for small areas, plant alone.

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QUERCUS ROB. KINDRED SPIRIT

Among the tightest of columnar trees, its growth habit, mildew and drought resistance, and tolerance of urban soils make this hybrid of English and swamp white oak ideal for narrow city streets. A sister seedling of Regal Prince®, the foliage is less glossy but the form is significantly tighter.

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QUERCUS ROB. MENHIR

Remarkable small tree that can be considered a "miniature" ‘Fastigiata. It grows significantly slower than the species, and therefore remains much smaller. Due to its modest size and attractive shape, the Quercus ‘Menhir‘ is quite appropriate in narrow alleys and small gardens.

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QUERCUS ROB. REGAL PRINCE

"Hybrid of Quercus robur FastigiatA’ and Quercus bicolor. This vigorous grower displays a strong upright, oval habit. Dark green foliage is silvery underneath. Highly resistant to borers and powdery mildew. One of the more adaptable and cold hardy oaks. "

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QUERCUS ROBXALBA SKINNY GENES

The narrowest of the white x fastigié hybrid oaks (English oak). Ideal for places with more limited space; disease resistant. Attractive dark green foliage turning yellow in fall.

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QUERCUS RUBRA

Round or conical crown, rather wide and irregular. Large leaves, dull green on top, and bluish green underneath. Its dense foliage will turn golden red in fall. The leaves will sometimes stay on the tree during the winter. In fall, appear brown acorns. Pretty fast growing considering it is an oak. It offers tolerance to both drought and pollution.

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QUERCUS X WAREI CHIMNEY FIRE

Chimney Fire Oak has attractive dark green foliage with silver undersides throughout the season. The large lobed leaves are highly ornamental and turn an outstanding red in the fall. Strong branching and a high resistance to mildew. It is very adaptable to both dry and moist locations, and should do just fine under average home landscape condition. It is highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even thrive in inner city environments.

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ROBINIA PSEUD. PURPLE ROBE

Upright tree with rounded crown, not much dense. Compound leaves emerge with tinges of bronze-red and turn to a deep blue-green at maturity. Graceful clusters of deep pink flowers with a sweet fruity fragrance appear in early summer. Hanging, flat brown black pods in fall, persisting in winter. Tolerates de-incing salt. Plant this great urban selection alone.

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