Upright, fast-growing tree that is heat and drought tolerant. It has medium green needles on stems that are usually to ground level. Nice effect when planted in groups.
Fast growing, deciduous tree with rounded form. Narrow, green foliage changes to red in fall. Heat and drought tolerant once established. Few, if any, insect or disease issues.
Betula nigra ‘BNMTF’
Heat tolerant form of this fast-growing shade tree. Noted for its attractive peeling bark that has shades of pink and tan. Bright green leaves all summer, turn bright yellow in fall. Great choice where soils are constantly wet.
Fast growing and drought tolerant shade tree with large, green leaves. A relatively insect and disease free selection. Easy to grow and requires little maintenance. A much improved form when compared to the more popular Sycamore.
Salix matsudana ‘Navajo’
Deciduous tree with a umbrella-shaped crown and a dense branching habit. Hardy plant that thrives in hot, wet areas. Good shade or street tree. Similar to weeping willow but without the stems hanging to the ground.
Popular tree noted for its graceful, weeping habit. Branches weep to ground level. Hardy tree that is widely adaptable to most soils. A staple for water’s edge plantings or as a specimen tree in the landscape.