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Mespilus germanica Mespilus germanica 

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Spreading deciduous tree that bears white flowers in late spring, followed by spherical fleshy brown fruit. Height 20 feet; spread 25 feet. The tree is self-fertile. The fruit is hard and acidic, but becomes edible after being bletted by frost. 
Meliosma pinnata var. oldhamii Meliosma pinnata var. oldhamii 

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This deciduous tree is upright when young, later spreading, with dark green pinnate leaves with obovate leaflets. Bears panicles of white flowers in early summer, followed by small reddish-black fruit. Height 30 feet; spread 20 feet. 
Malus yunnanensis Malus yunnanensis 

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This species of crabapple is not often seen in western gardens, but nonetheless this small tree definitely deserves greater attention. The white to faintly blushed pink blooms emerge with the foliage in spring, and are followed in summer and fall by attractive red fruit which persist into the... 
Magnolia macrophylla Magnolia macrophylla 

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This upright, rounded deciduous tree has very large obovate light-green leaves up to several feet long, which have silvery undersides. Bears cup-shaped white flowers in summer. Height and spread is 30 feet. 
Maackia fauriei Maackia fauriei 

 ca$á3.85  Sold Out
Deciduous small tree or large shrub to 18 feet tall with pinnate leaves that are silvery when new. White flowers are produced in dense panicles in summer. 
Liquidambar styraciflua Liquidambar styraciflua 

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Broadly conical deciduous tree with palmately 5-lobed green leaves to 6 inches across, which turn yellow/red/maroon in the fall. Young shoots often have corky wings. Inconspicuous flowers are followed by spiky round brown seeds which persist through winter. Height to 80 feet; spread 40 feet. Makes... 
Larix kaempferi Larix kaempferi 

  Syn. larix leptolepis
 ca$á4.25  Sold Out
Conical deciduous coniferous tree with rust-brown, fissured bark.Purplish-red winter shoots are covered in a waxy bloom. Needles are gray-green or bluish green. Height 100 feet; spread 20 feet. 
Koelreuteria paniculata Koelreuteria paniculata 

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Spreading, deciduous tree with pinnate leaves up to 18 inches long. Bears yellow flowers in large pyramidal panicles in mid to late summer, followed by bladder-like pink-flushed fruit capsules. Height and spread is 30 feet. 
Illicium henryi Illicium henryi 

 ca$á4.25  Sold Out
Pyramidal evergreen shrub with lance-shaped glossy green leaves. The leaves are anise-scented and deer-resistant. Bears star-shaped pink to crimson flowers in late spring, followed by red-brown star-shaped fruit. 6-8 feet height and spread. 
Hamamelis mollis Hamamelis mollis 

 ca$á3.75  Sold Out
This erect deciduous shrub has broadly oval leaves that turn yellow in the fall. Highly fragrant, golden yellow flowers appear on bare branches in mid to late winter. Height and spread is 12 feet. 
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