Acer palmatum ‘Shishigashira’
Slow, upright form with crinkled, deep green foliage. The leaves are resistant to leaf scorch and turn golden-yellow with hints of red-orange.
Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Tamukeyama’
Mound-shaped, dwarf tree with waxy, deep red bark and graceful cascading branches. Deeply cut and dissected purple-red foliage throughout the summer changes to bright red in fall. Ideal for container, accent or specimen use.
Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Waterfall’
Attractive ornamental tree with loose, gracefully weeping branches clothed in bright chartreuse foliage throughout summer turning to gold in fall. Ideal for accent, specimen or container use.
Albizia julibrissin ‘Summer Chocolate’ PP13822
A new mimosa that features chocolate to rich burgundy, deeply divided fern-like foliage and masses of showy pink to red flowers in summer. A fast grower that quickly forms a striking canopy of foliage.
A very slow-growing, durable palm that has bluish-green, fan-shaped leaves. Stays low to the ground and the stems arise from a crown of underground roots. Grows well in moist soil and is drought tolerant when established.
A hardy, feather leafed palm popular for its blue-green foliage. Large, airy canopy of arching leaves that grow to 6 feet long. Great as specimen plant. Slow-growing.
A slow-growing, native Texas palm with large bright green leaves forming a dense rounded crown. Use in groupings in lawns or large-scale plantings or as specimens around pools and patios.
Upright, slow-growing palm with a single trunk that is covered in dense fibers. Large, fan shaped leaves are 3′ across. A great accent, specimen or patio palm. Use around pools for a tropical effect.
Prunus persica ‘Bonfire’
Attractive ornamental dwarf tree with unique dark red leaves that hold their color throughout the season. Double pink-red flowers bloom in spring. Great in containers or planted in the landscape. It does produces fruit, but not of the best quality.
Prunus ‘Crimson Cascade’
Produces red double flowers, followed by deep maroon leaves that fade to green-maroon by mid-summer. Grown for its ornamental value rather than fruit production. Nice specimen. One of the first trees to bloom in spring.