We have an interesting selection of trees that you can be proud of in your landscape. Many are native and grow well in sun or shade locations.

Autumn Blaze Maple (Acer freemanii 'Jeffersed')
A recent cultivar of a natural occurring cross between the native Red and Silver Maples; great for clay soils of S.E. Wisconsin; beautiful red fall color, fast growing. Nicest shade tree on the market today.
Korean Maple (Acer pseudosiebolianum)
A showy accent plant with palmate leaves, brillaiant yellow, red, orange autumn colors and attractive bark. 15' tall, prefers cool conditions and mild partial shade.
Threeflower Maple (Acer triflorum)
Beautiful, small maple with exfoliating tan bark and nicely textured trifoliate leaves. 20-30' tall with yellow-red fall coloration. Native Korean Maple.
'Ft. McNier' Buckeye (Aesculus x carnea)
Red (pink) buckeye flowering in Spring; 30-40 ft. tall; great specimen tree for your landscape, seedless.
Autumn Gold Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba)
An excellent 45' tall Ginkgo cultivar with brilliant yellow fall color and uniform, conical habit, broader with age.
'Sunset' Ohio Buckeye (Aesculus galbra)
A native medium sized tree 30-40' with green to yellow flowers in spring, orange to red fall color, locally grown and found to be almost seedless. ( No buckeyes to kick around except during football season.)
'Coles Select' Serviceberry (Amelanchier x grand. 'Cole's Select.')
Beautiful small tree (20x15) with four season interest; white flowers, edible fruits, red/orange fall color, smooth gray bark. Look around, you will find this wonderful native tree (shrub) in many wooded areas, classy in residential landscapes.
River Birch (Betula nigra)
Beautiful exfoliating bark, more resistant to borers than many other birches. Native
Katsura Tree (Cercidiphyllum japonicum)
Beautiful specimen tree; 20-30 ft tall in the garden, 40-60 feet in the wild; early red flowers; red-tipped, blue-green, heart-shaped leaves in Spring; pleasant yellow fall color; cut branches have cinnamon fragrance.
Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis)
Pink flowers cover this tree in early Spring shortly after the Serviceberries bloom; sun or shade with heart-shaped leaves and yellow fall color.
European Beech (Fagus sylvatica)
Interesting purple leaved forms; 'Tri color' has cream, rose, and purple leaves; 'Rivers' has glossy purple leaves. Slow growing and aristocratic.
Skyline Honeylocust (Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis)
A stately and unusual variety with distinctive pyramidal form, this tree develops a strong, sturdy trunk and shapely crown. 50' tall, thornless, and fruitless, it is a valualble tree for light, filtered shade.
Oak (Quercus var.)
Oaks are of a majestic species and we must remember to plant them for future generations; Swamp White and Red are two fairly fast growers. Burr Oak is the solitary tree of open spaces and Scarlet has a brilliant red fall color.

Swamp White Oak 
Beautiful, native tree with lustrous, heavily textured green leaves with white pubescent undersides. Good, natural fibrous root system lends this oak to easy transplanting. Adaptable to wet, poorly drained soils as well as drier sites. 45' tall.

  Bur Oak
Native tree for our prairies. Bold, luxurious foliage. More tolerant of city conditions than most oaks. Corky bark of great winter interest. 60-80' tall
  Chinkapin Oak
Pyramidal canopied tree with large handsome glossy light green leaves and winter red twiglets and buds. Performs well in acidic soils. 35' tall.
A native under-story tree of lowlands, 20-30', smooth gray bark similar to beech trees, red to orange fall color, adaptable to sun or shade.
Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringa reticulata)
White flowers in June on this 20-30' tall tough tree; compact, upright grower; tolerates all soils well. 'Ivory Silk' is an up right cultivar.
China Snow Peking Lilac (Syringa pekinensis 'Morton')
Beautiful exfoliating bark reminisent of Paperbark Maple. This 20' tree has fragrant white flowers that appear in June. Year round interest.
Paperbark Maple (Acer Grissum)
Small (20-30 ft.) maple with interesting flaking bark and exceptional red fall color, native to China. A slow growing specimen nice in a garden landscape. Can be used as a replacement for the less hardy Japanese Maple.
Winterking Hawthorn (Cragetus 'Winterking')
As the name suggests, the Winterking holds its red fruit much of the winter for terrific ornamental appeal; 20-25 feet tall, white flowers and rugged pealing bark.
'Fall Fiesta' Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum 'Bailsta')
'Fall Fiesta' has thick, dark-green leathery leaves with unsurpassed intense orange-red long lasting fall color. Attains a height of 75 feet with a 50 foot spread, upright and rounded shape form. Plant all Sugar Maples on a well drained site
White Fringe Tree (Chionanthus virginicus)
20 feet tall and wide, normally in shrub form but we have one specimen in tree form of 1/1/2" caliper. Late to leaf out in spring but its worth the wait for the thick tropical leaves and white fringy fragrant flowers. Pleasant yellow fall color. Dark purple fruits on female plants and need a nearby male for pollinatation.

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