Trees

Trees are often the centerpieces of a yard or landscape. Besides looking beautiful, trees serve many purposes. They help prevent erosion, produce oxygen, reduce carbon dioxide and provide much needed shade. In fact, a strategically planted tree can even help reduce your energy bills!

Sundancer™ is a fast growing, tall, columnar male tree with upward growing branches. The original tree located at the Agroforestry Development Centre in Indian Head, Saskatchewan has grown to a height of 21m at 32 years with a crown width of 3.5m. Green leaves flush in late April to early May turning yellowin the fall. Great for wind breaks, reclamation sites, erosion control or ornamental use. Adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions.

Unique for both its form and fine texture, this strongly upright tree is a colorful choice for hedges, screens and formal street plantings. Refined foliage emerges purple and matures to green with purple tinted margins that linger into the summer months. Fall color is bright and long lasting.

Top Gun™ Oak is a narrow, upright variety of Bur Oak. It grows up to 20 meters tall and 5 meters wide in 20 years. Regular Bur Oak grows up to twice that width. The branch angles are not narrow, instead the branches are shorter and therefore creating a narrower tree. Large dark green lobed leaves with a greyish underside. Yellowish brown fall colour. Corky bark and branches. Large acorns attract wildlife. Drought resistant, hardy variety.

Ambassador Flowering Crabapple has a narrow dense crown form, with purplish leaves, pink flowers and high disease resistance.

Lone Star™ is a very hardy little leaf linden with green heart shaped leaves. It has a neat and dense pyramidal crown. Moderate grower with yellow fall colour. Small yellow-greenish, inconspicuous flowers appear in summer and have a rich heavy scent, which make them much visited by bees.

Upright pyramidal tree with dense attractive oval-shaped foliage. Slow-growing, often multi-stemmed. Foliage matures to dark blue-green after emerging purplish-red. Excellent apricot yellow Fall Colour. Tolerates moist areas.

Beautiful flowering tree with interesting twisted trunk. Fragrant double flower clusters open white and darken to pink with age. Small red fruit in fall. Glossy green lobed leaves turn yellow in fall. Developed by Agriculture Canada at the Morden Research station.

Thundercloud purple-leaf plum has new foliage which unfolds as ruby red, then turns reddish-purple for the rest of the growing season. This fast growing tree has small, white to light pink, fragrant springtime flowers.

Midnight Schubert Chokecherry has fragrant white flowers in mid spring, which are followed by black fruits by mid summer. The berries are excellent for jams and jellies. Foliage emerges green in spring and then turns very deep purple in the summer. 

A very upright dense branching habit with bright red foliage in spring turning a purple-red color all summer and fall. Its moderate growth rate makes it ideal for narrow streets and smaller yards. A bud sport selection of Crimson King. Adds color to the landscape.

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