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Styrax japonicus Styrax japonicus 

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A graceful deciduous tree that produces white, fragrant bell-shaped flowers in clusters along the undersides of its branches in late spring. Height 30 feet; spread 25 feet. 
Cercis siliquastrum Cercis siliquastrum 

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A spreading, often multi-stemmed deciduous tree with heart-shaped blue-green leaves, bronze when young. Clusters of magenta flowers are borne in spring both before and with the emerging leaves. Height and spread is 30 feet. This genus is in the family Leguminosae. 
Alnus hirsuta 'var. sibirica' Alnus hirsuta 'var. sibirica' 

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This deciduous tree grows to 60 feet tall and has gray-brown smooth bark and ovate leaves with serrated margins. 
Amelanchier arborea Amelanchier arborea 

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This small, round-headed deciduous tree has ovate leaves that are gray and hairy when young, turning yellow to red in autumn. Bears pendent racemes of fragrant white flowers in midspring, followed by red-purple fruit up to 1/2 inch in diameter. Height and spread is 25 feet. 
Arbutus menziesii Arbutus menziesii 

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One of the most beautiful native trees of the North American Pacific Coast. A broadleaved evergreen tree with white flowers in the spring and small orange fruit in the autumn. The rich red-ochre coloured bark peels off in sheets during the growing season revealing the smooth new tan coloured bark... 
Cornus mas Cornus mas 

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This species of Dogwood deserves better recognition in general horticulture. It is a small to medium sized deciduous tree, growing up to 5-7 meters (15-20ft) in height and spread. In late winter delicate clusters of beautifully scented yellow flowers emerge before the leaves. Bloom time can last... 
Crataegus douglasii Crataegus douglasii 

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Large shrub or small tree with thorny branches that bears white corymbs of flowers in spring, followed by black fruit. Fruits were a food source for Native American peoples; thorns were used as fish hooks. Height and spread to 30 feet. 
Crataegus pinnatifida Crataegus pinnatifida 

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This small to medium sized tree covers itself in pink blooms in the spring, which at 1.5cm (3/4 of an inch) are large for the genus. The rich red berries persist well into the winter, providing a feast for the eyes, and later for the birds. Height and spread 25 feet. 
Cydonia oblonga Cydonia oblonga 

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A large shrub or small tree to 20ft., the Quince is an excellent choice for almost any garden. The aromatic fruit has a vaguely citrus-like scent and is rich in pectin for making fine traditional jellies. The fruit, with a somewhat gritty texture like a pear, turns deep pink when cooked. It has a... 
Halesia tetraptera var. monticola Halesia tetraptera var. monticola 

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Spreading, small deciduous tree with minutely-toothed green leaves that turn yellow in autumn. Clusters of pendent, bell-shaped white flowers appear in late spring before the leaves emerge. Height and spread 25 feet. Suits a woodland garden. 
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