Native Trees

Cercis canadensis
eastern redbud (Fac Upl)
Sun/P.Shade 20' Height/20' Spread
Price: $12.50/gal. $18.50/ 2 gal. 3-4 ft. Varieties priced by specimen. Status: In Stock

Cercis canadensis.  The redbud is one of the most beautiful small trees to grace our forest understory. A small tree in the Caesalpinacaea (related to peas and honey...

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Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'
Forest Pansy Redbud
Rich and Elegantly Textured Foliage
Price: $45 - $115 Plants Individually Priced - Size Dependent Status: Limited Supply

'Forest Pansy' has a beautiful purple bud and the leaves are suffused with burgundy, and nearly black-purple as they emerge. The plant is elegant and stately.


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Cladrastis kentuckea (lutea)
Photo Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
Price: Priced by size; $45.00 (4') - $85.00 (7'-8') Status: Limited Supply

A medium-sized tree, smooth gray bark, wood yellow. The flowers are white, clustered, May-June, The fruits are pealike pods, formed in Sept - Oct.  Cladrastis kentukea,...

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Cornus florida
Flowering Dogwood
1-5 gal Available; White and Pink varieties
Price: $16.50/gal., $28.50/2 gal., 4'-5'; (4 gal., $35.00) Pink, Red and 'Appalachian' Dogwoods, individually priced Status: In Stock

Cornus florida (flowering dogwood) is in the family Cornaceae and native to eastern North...

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Crataegus mollis
Downy Hawthorne
A Lovely Hawthorne
Price: $6.50/large plug; $18.50/gal.; $34.50/3 gal. (4'-5') Status: In Stock

Crataegus mollis, or downy hawthorn or red hawthorn, occurs in eastern North America from...

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Diospyros virginiana
Photo Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
Price: $16.50/gal.; larger by size Status: Available in June

Diospyros virginiana, commonly called the American persimmon, or common persimmon. It ranges from New England to Florida, and west to...

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Fagus grandifolia
American Beech
It is a deciduous tree growing to 20–35 m (66–115 ft) tall, with smooth, silver-gray bark.
Price: $16.50/gal, $28.50/2 gal., $45/3gal. Status: In Stock

​Fagus grandifolia, is commonly known as American Beech. It is native to eastern North America, from Nova Scotia west to southern Ontario in southeastern...

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Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis
Thornless Honey Locust
Tolerant of many soil types
Price: $10.50/gallon (18" - 24") Status: Limited Supply

Gleditsia triacanthos, commonly called honey locust, is native from Pennsylvania to Iowa south to Georgia and Texas. It typically grows 60-80’ (less frequently to 120’)...

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Gymnocladus dioica
Kentucky Coffee Tree
Handsome as a Specimen Tree
Price: $18.50/gal; some larger, priced accordingly Status: Limited Supply

Gymnocladus dioica, commonly referred to as Kentucky coffeetree or coffeetree, is a tall deciduous tree with rough, scaly gray-brown bark and large bipinnate compound...

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Halesia caroliniana
Carolina Silverbell
Small Tree or Shrub
Price: $28.50/gal; $38.50/2 gal. Status: Limited Supply

Halesia carolina, commonly called Carolina silverbell or silverbell tree, is a small, deciduous, understory tree native to the Piedmont and southern...

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Halesia monticola
Mountain Silverbell
Photo Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
Price: $28.50/gal., $42.50/2gal. Status: Limited Supply

Halesia monticola, commonly called mountain silverbell, is native to the Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee, North Carolina and Georgia. Although it may...

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Ilex opaca 'Satyr Hill"
American Holly
To 30' (50') High
Price: $18.50/gal; Larger priced accordingly Status: In Stock

Ilex opaca, the American holly, is an upright, pyramidal, evergreen tree that slowly matures to 15-30' in cultivation, but...

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Juglans Cinerea
Delicious Nut
Price: $8.50/gal.; $22.50/4 gal (4') Status: In Stock

Butternut is also called "white walnut" because of its light-colored wood, which has a natural golden luster that becomes satin-like when polished. The wood is only...

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Maclura pomifera
Osage Orange; Hedge Apple
Photo Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
Price: $36.50/2-3 gallon, larger by advance request Status: Limited Supply

Maclura pomifera, commonly called osage orange, is native to river valleys and rich bottomlands in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana, but has been widely planted in...

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Magnolia grandiflora 'Edith Bogue' x Self
Southern Magnolia
The Hardiest of the Southern Magnolias
Price: $24.50/gal. (2'); $32.50/2gal., $45.00/3 gal. Status: Sold Out

Magnolia grandiflora is a broadleaf evergreen tree that is noted for its attractive dark green leaves and its large, extremely fragrant flowers. Over time, it grows to 60...

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Magnolia macrophylla
Big Leaf Magnolia
Magnificently Large Leaves
Price: $18.50/1.5 gallon (3 ft.); $24.50/2 gallon; $38.50/3 gallon; some larger Status: In Stock

Magnolia macrophylla, commonly called bigleaf magnolia, is noted for its huge, oblong-obovate leaves, to 30 inches long which are the...

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Magnolia tripetala
Umbrella Magnolia
Grand Leaves and Giant Flowers
Price: $18.50/gal.; larger priced accordingly Status: In Stock

Magnolia tripetala has large, ovate to oblong, shiny green leaves (to 24" long and to 10" wide) of this deciduous magnolia appear in whorl-like clusters at the stem tips...

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Magnolia virginiana
sweetbay magnolia
A deciduous or evergreen tree to 30 m tall, native to the southeastern United States.
Price: $1.75/plug; $8.50/ qt.; $10.50/gal (3'-4'); larger; $12.50-$28.50 Status: In Stock

Magnolia virginiana, most commonly known as sweetbay magnolia, or merely sweetbay (also swampbay, swamp magnolia, whitebay, or beaver tree), is commonly...

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Morus rubra
Red Mulberry
Photo by Famartin, via Wikimedia Commons, used under CC BY-SA 4.0.
Price: $20.50/gal./3'-4', some larger Status: In Stock

Morus rubra, commonly known as red mulberry, is a medium sized, upright spreading to rounded, deciduous tree that typically grows to 35-50’ (less...

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Ostrya virginiana
Hop Hornbeam
A Nice Understory Tree
Price: $16.50/2'-3'; $22.50/4' Status: In Stock

Ostrya virginiana, commonly called American hop hornbeam, is a deciduous, native tree which usually occurs in drier soils on rocky slopes, upland woods and bluffs...

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