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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. 
Cornus kousa Cornus kousa 

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This lovely small deciduous tree has mottled bark and wavy-margined dark green leaves that turn crimson-purple in the fall. Greenish-white flowerheads surrounded by white bracts appear in early summer, followed by fleshy red fruits. Height 22 feet; spread 15 feet. 
Rhododendron calophytum Rhododendron calophytum 

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This species of evergreen tree rhododendron can reach heights in excess of 10 meters, but is usually shorter in cultivation. The oblong oval leaves are relatively large, ranging from 14-30cm (6in-1ft) in length. The 4- 6cm (2-3n) open campanulate (bell-shaped) flowers are produced in upright... 
Acer circinatum Acer circinatum 

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This spreading, bushy deciduous tree has rounded, deeply lobed light green leaves that turn orange and red in fall. Height 15 feet;spread 20 feet. 
Carpinus japonica Carpinus japonica 

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Large pyramidal deciduous shrub to small tree with distinctive twisted branching pattern that provides winter interest. Leaves are simple, alternate and glossy green 1-2 inches in length. Slow-growing to a height of 25 feet; spread 20 feet. The flowers are wind-pollinated pendulous catkins,... 
Cornus nuttallii Cornus nuttallii 

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Pyramidal deciduous tree that bears small flowers in spring, surrounded by four to six conspicuous white or pink-tinged bracts. The flowers are followed by round, orange-red fruit. The tree also has lovely red fall foliage colour. Height to 40 feet; spread to 25 feet. 
Cotinus coggygria Cotinus coggygria 

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Bushy deciduous shrub or small tree with oval green leaves that turn yellow, orange and red in autumn. The fruiting panicles turn gray and give the appearance of a smokey haze over the plant --hence its common name of smoketree. Height and spread up to 15 feet. 
Dipteronia sinensis Dipteronia sinensis 

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Spreading deciduous tree with pinnate leaves that bears erect panicles of small greenish-white flowers in summer. Flowers are followed by flat winged red-brown fruit. Height and spread 30 feet. 
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. 
Picea smithiana Picea smithiana 

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A beautiful evergreen coniferous tree with a distinctly conical shape. The spreading branches arch up slightly at the ends, while the numerous long branchlets gracefully drape down. The large 10-20 cm (4-8in) tan to light brown cones are very decorative in the fall and winter. 
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