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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. 
Larix kaempferi Larix kaempferi 

  Syn. larix leptolepis
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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. 
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. 
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. 
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. 
Nothofagus antarctica Nothofagus antarctica 

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This broadly conical, usually multistemmed deciduous tree from the Southern Hemisphere has ovate glossy dark-green leaves with crinkled margins. Fall foliage colour is yellow. Height to 50 feet; spread 30 feet. Suits a woodland garden. 
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. 
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. 
Pterostyrax psilophyllus Pterostyrax psilophyllus 

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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. 
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... 
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