Feature Foliage: Zelkova Serrata

Zelkova Serrata, a native of China and Taiwan, is a deciduous tree which grows up to 130 feet tall with a rounded shape and branching outward. It has smooth pinkish bark when young, which in maturity develops an exfoliating character similar to that of an Elm. Its’ timber is used...

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Feature Foliage: Winterberry

Winterberry, a member of the holly family, is a deciduous shrub which grows 6-10 feet tall in sun to part shade, preferring moist soil. The winterberry fruits are a spectacular scarlet red or bright orange. Because the female plants bear fruit, one male shrub is needed for every five females....

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Tree Specimens with Local Allure

You don’t have to be a tree expert to appreciate the value and beauty of trees. Perhaps it is because they are ever present on our lawns, along our streets, and in our parks that they often are taken for granted.

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Feature Foliage – Blackgum (Nyssa sylvatica)

The Blackgum, also known as Pepperidge, Black Tupelo, and Sour Gum, is a native tree, among the first to change its colors. The bright red leaves are a spectacular fall display. The common name; Sour Gum, refers to the sour acidic pulp of the berries which ruffed grouse, wild turkeys,...

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