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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. 
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. 
Nyssa sylvatica Nyssa sylvatica 

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This broadly conical, deciduous tree bears ovate to obovate dark green leaves that turn bright orange and red in autumn. Small, inconspicuous green flowers appear in clusters in early summer, and are followed by small ovoid blue fruits about 1/2 inch long. Height to 70 feet; spread 30 feet. 
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. 
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... 
Sinojackia xylocarpa Sinojackia xylocarpa 

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This bushy deciduous shrub or small tree with glossy dark green leaves bears star-shaped white flowers with yellow stamens in late spring and early summer. Height and spread to 20 feet. 
Sorbus commixta Sorbus commixta 

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This is an elegant small to medium sized deciduous tree that may be single or multi-trunked. The dark green pinnate leaves turn yellow to red to purple in autumn. White spring flowers are followed by bright orange-red berries. Height 30 feet; spread 22 feet. 
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