Cornus x ‘Rutcan’
Vigorous ornamental tree with tiered horizontal branches covered in showy white flower bracts in spring. Reddish new growth turns dark green in summer. Showy red berries in fall and winter attract birds.
Showy ornamental tree has an abundance of large white flower bracts in early summer. Tiered horizontal branches hold dark green leaves that turn reddish scarlet in fall.
Cornus x ‘KN30-8’ PP16,309
Fast growing, with larger flowers that other Dogwood varieties. The hand-sized white flowers are followed by strawberry-like fruit that are showy in fall. Increased heat and drought tolerance.
An outstanding smaller deciduous tree with an upright, oval crown. Rosy-pink flowers are produced in spring and hang in clusters. The fruit pods that follow are black and resemble a black string of beads. Heat tolerant and grows well in alkaline soils.
Ginkgo biloba ‘Gnome’
A rare dwarf Ginkgo with rich, curvy green leaves that are packed tight on the stems. The leaves turn a brilliant gold color in fall. A unique plant for the rock garden or in other areas of the landscape where space is limited.
Ginkgo biloba ‘Blagon’
A wonderful new form that features a dense, narrow pyramidal form. Rich green foliage turns bright gold in fall. A non-fruiting type. Excellent for smaller landscape areas or anywhere a vertical focal point is needed.
Ginkgo biloba ‘Troll’
Another great dwarf Ginkgo that grows as a bushy mound of green foliage. In fall, the leaves turn yellow. Nice addition to the shrub border or can be grown in a container.
Very narrow, columnar evergreen with magnificent bright blue green new growth that retains its color throughout the season. A perfect choice for a screen, windbreaks, or large hedge. Adds vertical interest to the landscape.
Cupressus sempervirens ‘Monshel’ PP12933
A unique compact dwarf form with dense blue-green foliage that maintains its narrow, columnar shape without pruning. Nice textural and vertical interest for the landscape. Can also be grown in large containers. Very nice when planted in groups of 3-5. Can be maintained at any height.
An evergreen small tree or large shrub that is native to central Texas. It produces purple flowers that have a grape jelly scent which permeates the garden. It is heat and drought tolerant and requires little maintenance once it is established. A wonderful specimen plant that should be planted in more landscapes.