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Betula nigra Dura-Heat®

Betula nigra Dura-Heat®

River Birch

Fast growing, multi-trunked native. Heat and drought tolerant. Strong disease and insect resistance. Dense canopy of glossy green foliage that turns yellow in the fall. Bark exfoliates early revealing lighter inner bark, extending interest into the winter. Deciduous.

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Cercis canadensis

Cercis canadensis

Eastern Redbud

A native, small, deciduous tree. Clusters of purple blossoms in early spring are followed by heart shaped leaves during the summer. Yellow fall color.

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Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

Forest Pansy Redbud

Vase shaped, deciduous tree. Reddish purple buds open to rosy-purple flowers that cover the branches for 2-3 weeks. Purple foliage follows and lasts throughout the season. Drought and pest resistant.

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Cercis canadensis 'Pink Heartbreaker'

Cercis canadensis 'Pink Heartbreaker'

Weeping Redbud

'Pink Heartbreaker' is a profuse bloomer with bright lavender-pink flowers in Spring. This weeping Redbud has a more upright habit with weeping side branches. New leaves emerge red in color becoming dark green at maturity.

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Cercis canadensis 'Pink Pom Poms'

Cercis canadensis 'Pink Pom Poms'

Eastern Redbud

Pink flowers with double clusters blooming in springtime, which are followed by foliage reminscent of a heart. This is a female sterile Cercis and will not bear seed pods.

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Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls'

Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls'

Weeping Redbud

Weeping, large red foliage is eyecatching in the landscape. 'Ruby Falls' has dark rose colored blooms in the spring that emerge on the bare stem. Small yards will benefit from the elegance and small stature of 'Ruby Falls. Benefits from partial shade and well drained soil. Do not overwater. Birds, butterflies and bees will frequently visit 'Ruby Falls'.

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Cercis canadensis Carolina Sweetheart™

Cercis canadensis Carolina Sweetheart™

Variegated Redbud

A new introduction that is the result of the collaborative effort between NCNLA and NC State, Cercis canadensis Carolina Sweetheart™ has typically charming heart shaped leaves that emerge a rich maroon aging light pink, then to green with dusted white margins.

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Cercis canadensis Flamethrower

Cercis canadensis Flamethrower

Flame Thrower® Cercis

This unique Redbud makes a statement with its bright foliage that emerges burgundy and transitions to yellow as it matures. Each branch looks like a fire burst with a blend of colors from red to yellow. Branches make great decor. Light pink flower in the early spring are followed by stunning foliage all summer long. This award winning introduction from JC Raulston Arboretum is sure to make a statement in any landscape.

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Cercis canadensis The Rising Sun™

Cercis canadensis The Rising Sun™

The Rising Sun™ Redbud

This small Redbud is perfect for neighborhood gardens and offers a gorgeous array of color through three seasons. The heart shaped foliage of The Rising Sun™ appears in summer with bright gold and apricot colors. In early spring, just before the colorful display of foliage, The Rising Sun™ offers precious, lavender blooms that attract butterflies and bees. In the fall, you can enjoy the deep golds and autumn red. For all seasons, choose The Rising Sun™!

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Cornus florida 'Cherokee Brave'

Cornus florida 'Cherokee Brave'

Red Flowering Dogwood

A vigorous grower. Reddish-pink to burgundy spring blooms have a white center. Red berries in fall complement burgundy-red foliage. Good mildew resistance. Unlicensed propagation prohibited.

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Cornus kousa 'Milky Way'

Cornus kousa 'Milky Way'

White Kousa Dogwood

A broad, bushy form suitable for smaller landscapes. White blooms in late spring, followed by red berries. More floriferous than the species. Deep purple-red foliage in the fall. Excellent as a small specimen tree.

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Cornus kousa 'Wolf Eyes'

Cornus kousa 'Wolf Eyes'

Variegated Dogwood

'Wolf Eyes' has a shrubby, broad spreading habit with prominent creamy-white margined leaves. Late spring brings a 'floral' show of white bracts, followed by raspberry colored berries and fall foliage streaked in hues of pink and red. Prefers partial shade. Excellent small specimen tree.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' (tree form)

Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' (tree form)

Panicle Hydrangea

The tree form of 'Limelight' is low-branching that assumes a semi-arching shape under the weight of the flowers.  Large, pale green blooms start in late summer and turn a deep pink.  Asexual propagation prohibited. 

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Nyssa sylvatica 'Wildfire'

Nyssa sylvatica 'Wildfire'

Black Gum

A tough native tree with spectacular fall color. The new growth of this beauty is bright red. 'Wildfire' appears to be less susceptible to leaf spot.

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Prunus serrulata 'Kwanzan'

Prunus serrulata 'Kwanzan'

Kwanzan Cherry

A popular and hardy cherry tree. Deep pink flowers in spring are 2.5" across and have double petals. New foliage turns green in summer, then orange-bronze in fall. A great specimen tree.

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Stewartia pseudocamellia

Stewartia pseudocamellia

Japanese Stewartia

Deciduous, pyramidal to oval, low branching tree with flowers similar to a white camellia. Noted for its spectacular fall color and exfoliating bark.

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Styrax japonicus

Styrax japonicus

Japanese Snowbell

A weeping form of Japanese Snowbell, with light pink, delicately fragrant blossoms. Makes a fantastic specimen in small gardens and also works well in containers. Unlicensed propagation prohibited.

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