Located in Oregon's Willamette Valley, we are wholesale growers committed to providing a large, year-round selection of over 2000 varieties of high-quality plant material; readily available to professionals in the landscape and nursery trade.
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Shade Trees

Acer buergerianum ~NET~
Round shape with low spreading branches. Three lobed, glossy green leaves with pale underside. Red to orange fall color. Attractive peeling bark once matures. Excellent street tree.
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Acer buergerianum 'Tancho'
HABIT: Low Spreading, rounding crowned, deciduous tree (Stake and prune to get high branching) --SIZE: 12' tall x 6' wide in 10yrs --HARDINESS: Hardy to -10*F --EXPOSURE: Sun or light shade --LEAVES: 3 lobed glossy green, tuning to red, orange
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Acer cam. 'Evelyn'
Upright growth habit becoming rounded with age. Yellow fall color. Drought Tolerant.
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Acer cam. 'Queen Elizabeth'
Slow to medium growing, upright branching, oval deciduous tree. Dark green foliage with yellow fall color.
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Acer campestre
Dense and rounded shape, low branching with dark green, glossy leaves. Trunk becomes light gray at maturity. Yellow Fall Color. Slow-growing. Tolerant of Dry Soil. Resistant to japanese beetle.
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Acer circinatum
Deciduous; multi-stemmed; upright; spreading. Preferes shade but can do full sun. Green foliage turn orange to bright red in fall. Oregon native. Grows 1'-2' per year.
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Acer circinatum 'Burgundy Jewel' ~NET~
Attractive, larger leafed circinatum with purplish red leaves that hold their color throughout summer. Color is best in full sun. Leaves mature to a coppery red in late summer before turning a brilliant orange and red in fall.
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Acer circinatum 'Del's Dwarf' ~NET~
Dwarf and deciduous with a dense compact form. Orbicular leaves emerge a mediterranean rose-orange in late spring. Slowly changing to green for summer and orange-yellow for fall. Slow growing; 3 ft tall x 4 ft wide in 10 years. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer circinatum 'Monroe'
Multistemed, shrubby, wide spreading. Attractive light green foliage throughout the season. The lobed leaves are ornamentally significant and turn an outstanding gold in the fall.
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Acer circinatum 'Monroe' ~NET~
Multistemed, shrubby, wide spreading. Attractive light green foliage throughout the season. The lobed leaves are ornamentally significant and turn an outstanding gold in the fall.
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Acer circinatum 'Pacific Fire'
Broadleaf deciduous tree, multitrunked, upright. Bright red bark providing year-round color. Leaves simple, opposite, light green to chartreuse, may be tinged with red; new growth emerging purple and orange, turn yellow in fall. Water regularly.
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Acer circinatum 'Whitney Broom' ~NET~
Dwarf / round form. Small circular green leaves turn to vivid yellow, orange and red in fall. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer davidii
Slow growing, multi-stemmed, shrubby tree. Shiny green bark striped with silvery white. Fall colors are bright yellow, red orange, and purple.
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Acer ginnala
Low branched or multi-stemmed small tree. Medium green foliage turns an orange-red to deep red.
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Acer ginnala 'Flame'
Clump (multi-stemmed) or tree (single-leader) form. Fragrant, yellowish-white flowers bloom from April to May. Leaves are large dark green and fine in texture turning bright orange-red in fall. Medium growth rate. Prefers moist, well-drained soils.
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Acer glabrum
Slow growing, deciduous tree. Does not fare as well in coastal conditions. Three to five lobed green leaves turn yellow in fall.
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Acer grandi. 'Rocky Mountain Glow'
Medium growing, oval shaped deciduous tree. Dark green leaves turn to orange and red in the fall.
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Acer grandidentatum ~NET~
Single trunk and large rounded crown tree or multi stemmed shrub. Deciduous. Fast growing .Prefers well-drained moist soil. It is cold hardy, shade and drought tolerant. Smooth, gray-brown, fairly thin bark. Broadly, 3-5 lobe dark green leaves turning golden yellow to red in fall. Flowers are small, yellowish, and found in hanging clusters that appear in early spring.
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Acer griseum
Papery, reddish-brown bark peels away in thin sheets year-round. Summer foliage is Soft, blue-green color, almost frosty or white on underside. Trifoliate leaves turn red in the fall. Oval, upright or irregular habit.
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Acer grosseri (stripe bark)
Small tree with striated bark and broadly columnar habit. Very good red and orange autumn colours.
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Acer macrophyllum
Large deciduous tree. Leaves can reach 12" wide. Fragrant yellow spring flowers. Yellow-Orange fall color. Thrives in poor soils. Fast growing to 75'-100' T X 30'-50' W. Full Sun to Part Shade. Northwest Native. ZN 6
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Acer n. 'Flamingo'
Oval to rounded deciduous tree to about 20 feet by 15 feet. Hardy to about -20 degrees F. Full sun or partial shade. Variegated white and green leaves with pink tint. Reddish fall color
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Acer n. 'Sensation'
New growth emerges a soft coppery red and matures to green in summer. Brilliant displays of red to orange in fall. This male variety is less attractive to the boxelder bug.
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Acer n. 'Variegata'
Slow to medium growing, oval to rounded deciduous tree. Variegated creamy-white and green leaves turn yellowish in the fall.
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Acer negundo
HABIT: Rounded to broadly rounded deciduous tree -- SSIZE: About 30 to 50 feet high and wide -- HARDINESS: About -40 degrees F. -- EXPOSURE: Full sun BARK: Slightly ridged, gray-brown bark -- LEAVES: Light green leaves with grayish-green
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Acer pl. 'Cleveland'
Narrow, upright, decidous tree used a street tree. Leaves bright green turning yellow in fall. Fast growing provides quick shade and screens. Drought resistant.
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Acer pl. 'Columnare'
Narrow, upright, deciduous tree. The foliage is green spring through summer. During fall the leaves change to yellow. The fall colors are quite attractive. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer pl. 'Crimson King'
Deep purple foliage turns reddish bronze in fall. Form is oval when young, becoming rounded with age. Moderate grower. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer pl. 'Crimson Sentry'
Compact/dense, pyramidal to oval shade tree. A very compact, heavily branched, upright tree. Deep purple foilage turn a reddish-maroon in fall. Prefers well-drained soils.
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Acer pl. 'Deborah'
Broadly oval to rounded deciduous tree. Reddish purple loliage in spring turning dark bronze green. Bronze in fall. Prefers well-drained soils.
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Acer pl. 'Drummondii' (variegated)
Medium growing broad crowned deciduous tree. Variegated leaves are light green with silvery white margins. Yellow fall color.
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Acer pl. 'Emerald Lustre'®
Upright, spreading rounded deciduous tree. New leaves with reddish tinge turns deep glossy green with wavy edge. Yellow fall color
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Acer pl. 'Emerald Queen'
Dense oval deciduous tree with upright spreading branches. Deep green leaves with reddish tinge in spring. Yellow fall color. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer pl. 'Fairview'™ ~NET~
Upright/oval habit. Reddish-purple new growth in spring, matures to bronze green. Bears green-yellow flowers. Prefers well drained soils.
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Acer pl. 'Globosum'
Dense/compact, round deciduous tree. Lobed, mid- to dark green leaves (smaller than the species) turning golden-yellow late in autumn. The young foliage is bronzy-green. Small greenish-yellow flowers in upright corymbs in spring as the leaves emerge. Slightly ridged when older. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer pl. 'Parkway' (Columnar)
Pyramidal/oval form with a good central leader. Dark green foliage throughout the season. The large glossy lobed leaves turn an outstanding gold in the fall. It is smothered in stunning corymbs of lemon yellow flowers along the branches in early spring before the leaves. The furrowed black bark is not particularly outstanding. Prefers well-draiend soils.
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Acer pl. 'Princeton Gold'® PP#6727
Medium growing, oval to rounded deciduous tree. Leaves emerge bright yellow, color diminishes with the heat of summer.
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Acer pl. 'Royal Red'
Oval when young becoming rounded. Deep purple leaves have maroon to reddish-bronze fall color. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer pl. 'Schwedleri'
Wide spreading, deciduous tree. New growth is reddish-purple, turning to bronze-green. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil
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Acer pl. 'Superform'
Cultivar noted for its straight trunk, symmetrical shape with uniform branching, heavy foliage and excellent broad-rounded form. Better yellow fall color than what is normally seen on species plants.
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Acer platanoides
HABIT:Dense; rounded, symmetrical crown; spreading deciduous tree --SIZE:Moderate growing to 40-50 feet heigh x 30-50 ft wide --HARDINESS:Hardy to about -40 degrees F* (USDA ZONE 3) --EXPOSURE:Sun to partial shade, Well drained soil. --DESCRIPTION: Dark green leaves have five sharply pointed lobes and resemble those of sugar maple. Leaf stems exude a milky sap when cut. Fall color is usually an unremarkable yellow. Small yellow flowers in erect clusters appear in spring before the foliage.
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Acer platanoides ~NET~
HABIT:Dense; rounded, symmetrical crown; spreading deciduous tree --SIZE:Moderate growing to 40-50 feet heigh x 30-50 ft wide --HARDINESS:Hardy to about -40 degrees F* (USDA ZONE 3) --EXPOSURE:Sun to partial shade, Well drained soil. --DESCRIPTION: Dark green leaves have five sharply pointed lobes and resemble those of sugar maple. Leaf stems exude a milky sap when cut. Fall color is usually an unremarkable yellow. Small yellow flowers in erect clusters appear in spring before the foliage.
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Acer pseudoplatanus
This medium to large rounded shade tree has leaves resembling those of Norway maple and patchy bark bearing a slight similarity to a sycamore's. Dark green foliage in summer.
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Acer pseudoplatanus 'Eskimo Sunset' ~NET~
Showy new leaves emerge an orange pink, maturing to shades green with splashes of creme and purple. Undersides of leaves are rich purple. Showy fall color. Foliage color depends on sun exposure. Grows best in partial sun.
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Acer r. 'Armstrong' (Columnar)
Narrow/upright deciduous tree. Silver-gray bark. Green foliage w/ silvery undersides. Yellow to orange red fall color. Fast growing. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer r. 'Autumn Flame'
Dense/rounded deciduous tree. 3-5 lobe leaves are green above and glaucous green with a blue-gray bloom beneath. Greenish-yellow flowers appear in early spring. Bright red fall color appears two weeks earlier than any other maple. Slow growing. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer r. 'Autumn Spire' PP#7803
A columnar variety of red maple introduced by the University of Minnesota.
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Acer r. 'Bowhall' (Columnar)
Upright/narrow, columnar, deciduous tree. Green foliage has yellow-orange to reddish-orange fall color. Red samaras approximately 1” across, and emerge in the month of April and May. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer r. 'Brandywine' (Columnar)
Deciduous tree with an upright form and oval crown. Medium green leaves average 4.5 inches long and wide. Bright, enduring fall color begins red and gradually turns brilliant purple red over a long period, often 14 days or more. Bark is light grey and smooth when young, turning dark grey with age. Moderate grower. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Acer r. 'Burgundy Belle'® PP#7222
Round and compact form. Summer foliage is a medium, dark green that can tolerate harsh conditions. Late September foliage turns red or orange, then burgundy in October. Moderate grower. Prefers well drained soil.
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