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Pterostyrax hispida Pterostyrax hispida 

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This spreading deciduous tree has peeling gray bark, ovate green leaves and bears bell-shaped, fragrant white flowers in pendent panicles in summer, followed by oblong fruit covered in yellow-brown bristles. Height 50 feet; spread 40 feet. 
Pterocarya macroptera Pterocarya macroptera 

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This spreading deciduous tree has pinnate leaves and produces small winged green fruit in pendent spikes in summer. Height to 70 feet; spread 40 feet. 
Prunus serrula Prunus serrula 

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The glossy, copper coloured bark is often considered to be this tree's greatest asset, but the white blooms in spring, and the golden leaves in autumn make this an invaluable addition to any garden. This deciduous tree has an ultimate height and spread of 30 feet. 
Platanus orientalis Platanus orientalis 

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Vigorous, spreading deciduous tree with attractive flaking gray, brown and cream bark. Its glossy green leaves are deeply 5-lobed and up to 10 inches long. Produces green, later brown, fruit clusters in groups of up to six, which persist into winter. Can reach 100 feet height and spread. This... 
Pinus wallichiana Pinus wallichiana 

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One of the most elegant specimen pine trees you are likely to see in temperate gardens. The long drooping needles seem to shimmer in the slightest breeze while the colour seems to change from green to blue to silver and back to green again. The ellipsoid female cones can reach 12 inches long.... 
Pinus parviflora Pinus parviflora 

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This conical to columnar pine has blue-green needles and scaly purplish-brown bark. The red-brown female cones are oblong and about 3 inches long. Height 30 feet; spread 20 feet. 
Pinus jeffreyi Pinus jeffreyi 

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This conical conifer has deeply fissured black bark and gray-green leaves 5-10 inches long. Bears ovoid female cones with rounded bases. Height 80 feet; spread 25 feet. 
Pinus densiflora 'var. Oculus Draconis' Pinus densiflora 'var. Oculus Draconis' 

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This slow-growing conical pine becomes flat-topped with age. It features reddish-brown bark and each slender green leaf has two distinctive yellow bands. Bears blue-green female cones. Height 20-40 feet; spread 15-20 feet. 
Paulownia tomentosa 'var. tsinglingensis' Paulownia tomentosa 'var. tsinglingensis' 

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Fast-growing, broadly columnar deciduous tree that produces fragrant lilac flowers in large upright panicles in late spring as the leaves emerge. Tolerates atmospheric pollution and poor soil. Makes a spectacular specimen tree to 40 feet high with a 30 foot spread. 
Paulownia tomentosa Paulownia tomentosa 

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Fast-growing, broadly columnar deciduous tree that produces fragrant lilac flowers in large upright panicles in late spring as the leaves emerge. Tolerates atmospheric pollution and poor soil. Makes a spectacular specimen tree to 40 feet high with a 30 foot spread. 
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