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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. 
Acer griseum Acer griseum 

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An excellent, slow-growing ornamental deciduous tree with peeling, orange-brown bark. The 3-palmate dark green leaves turn orange, red and scarlet in autumn. Height and spread to 30 feet. Grow in fertile, moist well-draining soil in sun or part shade. 
Decaisnea insignis Decaisnea insignis 

  Syn. Decaisnea fargesii
  Syn. Slackia insignis
 ca$á4.45  Buy Now 
A small multi-trunked tree, Decaisnea rarely exceeds 5-6 meters in height, with a similar spread. The bright green pinnate leaves, which can be as long as 90cm (3ft), emerge in mid-spring. The pendent panicles of blooms, up to 45cm (18in) long, have sparse bright green-yellow petalless flowers, up... 
Euonymus myrianthus Euonymus myrianthus 

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This large evergreen shrub, or small tree, has dull to glossy bright green leaves, smooth dark grey bark on the branches, and produces bright yellow-orange fruit that can persist through much of the winter, when conditions are favourable. 
Euonymus planipes Euonymus planipes 

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This large shrub, or small tree, has larger leaves than the closely related <i><b>Euonymus alatus</i></b>, smaller corky wings on the branches, and can produce one of the most unusual colour palettes in the autumn, with a mix of green, red and even white leaves. The unusual... 
Sorbus decora Sorbus decora 

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Upright deciduous tree with dark blue-green pinnate leaves which turn orange-red in autumn. White flowers appear in spring, followed by bright red, round berries. Height 25 feet; spread 15 feet. 
Gleditsia japonica Gleditsia japonica 

  Syn. Gleditsia melanacantha
 ca$á4.50  Buy Now 
This conical, deciduous tree has a thorny trunk and shoots and bears glossy green pinnate leaves that turn yellow in autumn. Pendent, twisted seed pods up to 12 inches long are produced in the fall. Height 70 feet; spread 40 feet. 
Styrax obassis Styrax obassis 

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This broadly columnar deciduous tree has rounded dark green leaves and bears fragrant bell-shaped white flowers in pendent racemes in early summer. Yellow fall foliage. Height to 40 feet; spread 22 feet. 
Pterostyrax psilophyllus Pterostyrax psilophyllus 

 ca$á4.75  Buy Now 
This spreading deciduous tree has coarsely-serrated oblong leaves that are densely hairy underneath. Bell-shaped white flowers are borne in pendent panicles in summer. Height to 50 feet; spread 40 feet. 
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