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European Mountain
Ash
Sorbus aucuparia
    The genus Sorbus is a genus of trees and shrubs in the subfamily Maloideae of
    the Rose family Rosaceae.
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Moisture
European Mountain
Ash
- Not North American native
- Moderately flammable
- Attractive flowers or blooms
- Fruit causes litter
- Attractive fruit
- Can be trained to single
trunk
25' to 50'
3B to 6A
Soil Condition:   
Acidic, Clay,
Loamy, Neutral,
Sandy, Well
drained, Acidic
Medium salt
tolerance
Tolerates
moderate drought
Average
growth rate
Sorbus aucuparia
15' to 25'
Full sun
Grows in moist
soil
Cardinal Royal
European Mountain
Ash
- Not North American native
- Moderately flammable
- Attractive flowers or blooms
- Fruit causes litter
- Attractive fruit
- Multiple trunks
- Trunk is not showy
- Trunk has no thorns
- Can be trained to single
trunk
25' to 40'
3B to 6A
Soil Condition:   
Acidic, Clay,
Loamy, Neutral,
Sandy, Well
drained, Acidic
Medium salt
tolerance
Tolerates
moderate drought
Average
growth rate
Sorbus aucuparia
'Cardinal Royal'
15' to 25'
Full sun
Grows in moist
soil
Ginkgo
(Maidenhair Tree)
Ginkgo biloba
    The Ginkgo, also known as the Maidenhair Tree, is a unique tree with no close
    living relatives. It is one of the best known examples of a living fossil.
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Ginkgo
Maidenhair Tree
- Not North American native
- Moderately flammable
- Fragrant flowers
- Inconspicuous flowers
- Inconspicuous fruit
- Fruit causes litter
- Trunk has no thorns
- Trunk is showy
- Single trunk
50' to 75'
3A to 8A
Soil Condition:   
Acidic, Alkaline,
Clay, Loamy,
Neutral, Sandy,
Well drained,
Acidic, Alkaline
Medium salt
tolerance
Drought tolerant,
Tolerates wetness
Fast growth rate
Ginkgo biloba
40' to 50'
Partial
shade to full
sun
Grows in moist
soil
Golden Chain Tree
Laburnum x watereri
    Laburnum is a genus of two species of small trees in the pea family.
All parts of the plant are poisonous and can be lethal if consumed in excess.
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Moisture
Golden Chain Tree
- Moderately flammable
- Inconspicuous fruit
- Fruit causes litter
- Fruit is persistent
- Multiple trunks
- Trunk is not showy
- Trunk has no thorns
- Can be trained to
single       trunk
15' to 25'
6A to 7A
Soil Condition:   
Alkaline, Loamy,
Neutral, Sandy,
Slightly alkaline,
Well drained,
Alkaline, Slightly
alkaline
Average growth rate
Laburnum x watereri
10' to 15'
Full sun
N.A.
Honeylocust
Gleditsia triacanthos
    Gleditsia is a genus of locust trees in the family Fabaceae, subfamily
    Caesalpinioideae, native to North America and Asia. There are 12 species.
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Shademaster
Honeylocust
- North American native
- Moderately flammable
- Fragrant flowers
- Inconspicuous flowers
- Plant has no fruit
- Trunk has no thorns
- Trunk is showy
- Single trunk
50' to 75'
5A to 8A
Soil Condition:   
Acidic, Alkaline, Clay,
Loamy, Neutral,
Sandy, Well drained,
Acidic, Alkaline
High salt tolerance
Drought tolerant,
Tolerates wetness
Fast growth rate
Gleditsia triacanthos
'Shademaster'
45' to 55'
Partial
shade to full
sun
Grows in moist
soil
Japanese Tree Lilac
Syringa reticulata
    Lilacs (Syringa) are a genus of about 20 species of flowering plants in the
    family Oleaceae (olive).  Lilacs range in size from large shrubs to small trees.
Littleleaf Linden
Tilia cordata
    Tilia is a genus of about 30 species of trees, native throughout most of the
    temperate Northern Hemisphere, in Asia, Europe and eastern North America.
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Japanese Tree
Lilac
- Not North American
native
- Moderately flammable
- Attractive flowers or
blooms
- Fruit is persistent
- Attractive fruit
- Multiple trunks
- Trunk has no thorns
- Trunk is showy
- Can be trained to single
trunk
14' to 25'
3A to 7A
Acidic, Clay,
Loamy, Neutral,
Sandy, Slightly
alkaline, Well
drained, Acidic,
Slightly alkaline
High salt tolerance
Tolerates
moderate drought
Average growth rate
Syringa reticulata
'Ivory Silk'
10' to 15'
Full sun
Grows in moist soil
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Greenspire
Littleleaf Linden
- Not North American native
- Moderately flammable
- Fragrant flowers
- Attractive flowers or
blooms
- Fruit is persistent
- Attractive fruit
- Trunk is not showy
- Trunk has no thorns
- Single trunk
40' to 50'
3B to 7A
Acidic, Alkaline,
Clay, Loamy,
Neutral, Sandy, Well
drained, Acidic,
Alkaline
Does not tolerate
salt
Tolerates wetness,
Tolerates moderate
drought
Average growth
rate
Tilia cordata
'Greenspire'
30' to 35'
Partial shade
to full sun
Grows in moist
soil
London Planetree
Platanus x acerifolia
    The genus Platanus is a small genus of trees native to the Northern
    Hemisphere. In the United States, they are often referred to as Sycamores.
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London Planetree
- Not North American
native
- Low flammability
- Seashore
- Inconspicuous flowers
or blooms
- Fruit causes litter
- Fruit is persistent
- Attractive fruit
- Trunk has no thorns
- Trunk is showy
- Single trunk
70' to 90'
5A to 9A
Acidic, Alkaline,
Clay, Loamy,
Neutral, Sandy,
Well drained,
Acidic, Alkaline
Medium salt
tolerance
Drought tolerant,
Tolerates flooding
Fast growth rate
Platanus x acerifolia
70' to 80'
Full sun
Grows in wet
soil
Magnolia
Magnolia spp.
encourage pollination by beetles. Some fossilized remains of Magnolia encourage
pollination by beetles. Some fossilized remains of Magnolia beetles. Some fossilized
remains of Magnolia species date back 95 million by species date back 95 million
years.beetles. Some fossilized remains of Magnolia species date back 95 million
years.
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Moisture
Tamukeyama
Japanese Maple
- Magnificent specimen
- Accent plant, shrub
border,              
grouping, bonsai;
definitely lends an
artistic and aristocratic
touch.
- Young stems vary
from green to polished
or bloomy reddish
purple and red
8' to 10'
5A to 8A
Moist, high organic
matter, well-drained
soil; protect from
sweeping winds and
late spring frosts.
Slow to
Medium
Acer palmatum var.
dissectum atropupureum
'Tamukeyama'
8' to 10'
Dappled
shade
Moist
Viridis
Japanese Maple
- Magnificent specimen
- Accent plant, shrub
border,        grouping,
bonsai; definitely lends
an artistic and
aristocratic touch.
- Leaves emerge early,
the species is green in
summer, becoming  
yellow, bronze, orange,
purple or  red in the fall.
6' to 8'
5A to 8A
Moist, high organic
matter, well-drained
soil; protect from
sweeping winds and
late spring frosts.
Slow to
Medium
Acer palmatum var.
dissectum 'Viridis'
10' to 12'
Dappled
shade
Moist
Maple
Acer spp.
    Maples are trees or shrubs in the genus Acer. There are approximately 125
    species, most of which are native to Asia, but several species also occur in
    Europe, northern Africa, and North America.
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Magnolia Jane
- Not North American native
- Moderately flammable
- Attractive flowers or
blooms
- Fruit is edible by birds
- Fruit is rare
- Inconspicuous fruit
- Multiple trunks
- Trunk has no thorns
- Trunk is showy
10' to 15'
3A to 8A
Soil Condition:   Acidic,
Clay, Loamy, Neutral,
Sandy, Well drained,
Acidic
Does not tolerate salt
Tolerates moderate
drought
Slow growth
rate
Magnolia X
6' to 10'
Partial
shade to full
sun
Grows in
moist soil
Star Magnolia
- Not North American native
- Moderately flammable
- Fragrant flowers
- Attractive flowers or
blooms
- Inconspicuous fruit
- Multiple trunks
- Trunk is not showy
- Trunk has no thorns
- Can be trained to single
trunk
8' to 10'
3B to 8B
Soil Condition:   Acidic,
Clay, Loamy, Neutral,
Sandy, Slightly
alkaline, Well drained,
Acidic, Slightly alkaline
Tolerates moderate
drought
Slow growth
rate
Magnolia stellata
6' to 8'
Partial
shade to full
sun
Grows in
moist soil
Sweet Bay
Magnolia
- North American native
- Fragrant flowers
- Attractive flowers or
blooms
- Attractive fruit
- Multiple trunks
- Trunk has no thorns
- Trunk is showy
- Can be trained to single
trunk
25' to 50'
5A to 10A
Soil Condition:   Acidic,
Clay, Loamy, Neutral,
Sandy, Well drained,
Acidic
Low salt tolerance
Tolerates flooding
Average
growth rate
Magnolia
virginiana
15' to 25'
Partial
shade to full
sun
Grows in wet
soil
    Other varieties of Magnolia that are available at Blueview Nurseries include: 'Ann,' 'Betty,' 'Merrill,' 'Alexandrina,'
    'Centennial.'
October Glory®
Red Maple
- North American native
- Low flammability
- Inconspicuous flowers
or blooms
- Inconspicuous fruit
- Trunk has no thorns
- Trunk is showy
- Single trunk
25' to 50'
5A to 7B
Soil Condition:   Acidic,
Clay, Loamy, Neutral,
Sandy, Well drained,
Acidic
Low salt tolerance
Tolerates flooding,
Tolerates moderate
drought
Fast growth
rate
Acer rubrum
'October Glory®'
25' to 35'
Partial shade
to full sun
Grows in wet
soil
Green Mountain®
Sugar Maple
- North American native
- Low flammability
- Inconspicuous flowers
or blooms
- Inconspicuous fruit
- Trunk has no thorns
- Trunk is showy
- Single trunk
50' to 65'
3B to 8A
Soil Condition:   Acidic,
Clay, Loamy, Neutral,
Sandy, Slightly alkaline,
Well drained, Acidic,
Slightly alkaline
Does not tolerate salt
Tolerates moderate
drought
Average
growth rate
Acer Saccharum
'Green Mountain®'
35' to 50'
Partial shade
to full sun
Grows in
moist soil
'Butterfly' Japanese Maple; 'Columnar, 'Armstong,' and 'Autumn Blaze' (Silver X Red); 'Autumn Flame,' 'Columnare,'
Japanese Maple
- Attractive foliage
- Not North American
native
- Moderately flammable
- Rock garden, specimen
- Inconspicuous flowers or
blooms
- Inconspicuous fruit
- Multiple trunks
- Trunk has no thorns
- Trunk is showy
- Thin bark
- Can be trained to single
trunk
15' to 25'
5B to 8A
Acidic, Clay, Loamy,
Sandy, Well drained,
Acidic
Does not tolerate salt
Tolerates moderate
drought
Slow
growth rate
Acer palmatum
15' to 25'
Full shade to
full sun
Grows in
moist soil
Sango Kaku
Japanese Maple
- Attractive foliage
- Not North American
native
- Moderately flammable
- Rock garden, specimen
- Inconspicuous flowers or
blooms
- Inconspicuous fruit
- Multiple trunks
- Trunk is showy
- Can be trained to single
trunk
15' to 25'
6A to 8A
Soil Condition:   Acidic,
Clay, Loamy, Sandy, Well
drained, Acidic
Does not tolerate salt
Tolerates moderate
drought
Slow
growth rate
Acer palmatum
'Sango Kaku'
15' to 25'
Full shade to
full sun
Grows in
moist soil
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