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

Carpinus b. 'Pendula'
Moderate growing, mound-forming, deciduous tree with pendulous branches. Usually top grafted. Mid-green leaves turn yellow to orange in fall. Yellow male catkins in spring.
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Carpinus betulus
Deciduous tree; pyramidal in form when young and more rounded with age. Sharply serrated foliage with a yellow to yellowish green fall color. Slow to moderate growth rate. Tolerates a range of soil types but prefers moist, well-drained soil. Smooth gray bark.
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Carpinus caroliniana
Slow-growing, deciduous, small to medium-sized understory tree with an attractive globular form.
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Carpinus japonicus
Slow growing, flat topped fan shaped small limbed small tree. Has good red fall color. Excellent bonsai subject.
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Catalpa bignonioides
Medium to fast growing, spreading deciduous tree. Broad, ovate, mid green leaves. White flowers marked with yellow and purplish brown in upright clusters to about 8 to 12 inches, followed by 16 inch pods.
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Catalpa bungei
Small, bushy, pyramidal to round headed deciduous tree. Dark green ovate leaves. 1-1/2 inch rose- pink flowers. 12 to 20 inch capsular fruit.
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Catalpa speciosa
Medium to fast growing, spreading deciduous tree. Broad, ovate, mid green leaves. White flowers marked with yellow and purplish brown in upright clusters to about 8 to 12 inches, followed by 16 inch pods.
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Celtis occidentalis
Medium to fast growing, weakly pyramidal, when young, deciduous tree becomes broad topped with arching branches. Medium coarse, light to medium green leaves in summer. Yellow or yellow green fall color.
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Cercidiphyllum jap. Mag. 'Pendula'
Heart shaped leaves emerge with a red tinge and mature to a bluish green. Its cascading branches resemble a rich blue-green waterfall. In fall, the golden leaves give off a wonderful sweet scent.
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Cercidiphyllum japonicum
Deciduous tree usually matures a rounded shape. Bluish-green, heart shaped leaves have apricot-orange fall color. Moist, well-drained soil
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Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Red Fox' ~NET~
Heart shaped leaves emerge a reddish-purple in spring and mature to green with a hint of blue. Improved color from the species. In fall leaves turn a showy display of bronze to red. Fallen leaves have a delightful burnt sugar fragrance.
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Cladrastis lutea
Slow growing, broad, round headed deciduous tree. Bright green leaves with bright yellow fall color. Very fragrant white flowers resembles cluster of wisteria.
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Cornus K. 'Elizabeth Lustgarten'
This beautiful tree is considered a weeper, reaching a height of about 7 to 15' depending on how high the leader might be staked. It attains a spread of about 4-5'. Mature trees form a graceful, rounded crown with flowing tresses of white flower bracts gracing the trailing branches--reminiscent of a bridal train in early summer.
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Cornus kousa 'Summer Stars'
Free-flowering variety extending from June into August. White blooms with horizontal-branched habit and very dense foliage. Gleaming white 1- to 1½-inch flowers arise in terrific numbers,to be replaced by small, bright red fruits at about the same time the foliage changes color. More drought-resistant than C. florida, and is also highly resistant to borers and club gall.
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Elaeagnus angustifolia
Rounded, irregular shaped, deciduous tree has dark brown, exfoliating bark. Makes an excellent dense hedge or screen even in less than ideal locations. Silvery green to gray-green foliage turns yellow in fall. Fragrant, small flowers are greenish-yellow. Rounded, irregular shaped, deciduous tree.
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Eucalyptus gunnii 'Cider Gum'
Attractive coin shaped greenish blue foliage will mature to a more elongated shape. Mature trees will display a showy shedding of grey to green and orange bark. Can be pruned to a smaller shrub. Great accent in flower arrangements.
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Eucalyptus 'Silver Dollar'
Attractive coin shaped silvery-grey leaves with intense menthol fragrance. Can be grown in containers. Prune to maintain leaf shape. Great accent in flower arrangements. Drought tolerant once established.
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Fagus s. 'Asplenifolia'
Slow to medium growing, densely pyramidal to oval deciduous tree. Gracefully cut, fern-like, lustrous dark green leaves turn excellent golden brown in fall.
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Fagus s. 'Atropurpurea'
Slow to medium growing, densely pyramidal to oval deciduous tree. The true or original purple leaf beech; the young leaves are deep black-red and with time changes to purple green and almost green.
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Fagus s. 'Dawyckii'
Slow to medium growing, columnar to narrowly cone-shaped deciduous tree. Lustrous dark green leaves turn to rich russet and golden bronze in fall.
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Fagus s. 'Dawyckii Purple'
Slow to medium growing, columnar to narrowly cone-shaped deciduous tree. Narrower and more open that original. Deep purple leaves . Tops of shoots turn slightly inward.
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Fagus s. 'Pendula'
Slow to medium growing, gracefully arching deciduous tree. Lateral branches arch from an irreularly upward central trunk. Glossy green foliage.
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Fagus s. 'Purple Fountain'
Slow growing, narrow, upright weeping deciduous tree. Branches hang down in loose cascading fashion. Purple leaves fades to greenish-purple in summer heat.
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Fagus s. 'Purpurea'
Beech trees are attractive throughout the year, and the copper beech, a cultivar, is especially so. Copper beeches self-seed successfully, and they are to be seen in hedgerows and at the edge of woodland as well as in formal parks and gardens.
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Fagus s. 'Purpurea Pendula'
Slow growing, broadly weeping, mushroom shaped deciduous tree. Purple leaves fade to purple green in summer.
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Fagus s. 'Red Obelisk'
A narrow columnar tree with attractive burgundy, crinkled foliage. Leaves turn an outstanding coppery-bronze color in fall. Smooth gray bark in winter. Excellent as a vertical accent.
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Fagus s. 'Riversii'
Slow to medium growing, densely pyramidal to oval deciduous tree. Darkest purple new leaves of the group. Holds color the best.
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Fagus s. 'Rohanii'
Slow to medium growing, densely pyramidal to oval deciduous tree. Brownish purple leaves with some- what wavy edged with rounded, shallow teeth. Purple color fades with time.
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Fagus s. 'Roseo-marginata' ('Tricolor')
Slow growing deciduous tree. Purplish green leaves marked with white and edged with pink.
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Fagus s. 'Spaethiana'
Slow to medium growing, densely pyramidal to oval deciduous tree. Beautiful deep purple beech with veins which are lighter than the rest of the leaf. Holds color well.
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Fagus s. 'Zlatia'
Slow to medium growing, densely pyramidal to oval deciduous tree. New leaves are yellow, later fading to green.
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Fagus sylvatica
Slow to medium growing, densely pyramidal to oval deciduous tree. Lustrous dark green leaf above, and light green underneath.
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Fraxinus am. 'Autumn Applause'
Medium growing, pyramidally rounded deciduous tree. Deep green leaves turn maroon to reddish purple in the fall.
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Fraxinus am. 'Autumn Purple'
Medium growing, pyramidally rounded deciduous tree. Deep green leaves turn reddish purple to red in the fall.
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Fraxinus am. 'Rosehill'
Medium growing, pyramidally rounded deciduous tree. Deep green leaves turn bronze-red to red in the fall. Seedless.
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Fraxinus am. 'Skyline'
Seedless, upright branches with an oval crown. Leaves are glossy medium green with an orange-red fall color.
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Fraxinus holotricha 'Moraine'
Fast growing with an even, rounded crown. Bears velvety shoots and pinnate, grey-green leaes, to 10 in long, maturing to glossy, dark green, lance-shaped leaflets.
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Fraxinus latifolia
Medium growing, upright spreading deciduous tree. Pinnately compound dark green leaves with 7 to 9 oval tapered leaflets. Turns yellow in fall. Withstands water in winter.
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Fraxinus ox. 'Flame'
Seedless. Burgundy fall color. Symmetrical canopy with a regular (or smooth) outline. Crown shape is oval and upright. Fast growth rate.
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Fraxinus ox. 'Golden Desert'
Slow growing, compact rounded, deciduous tree. Golden bark. Golden spring growth tuns yellow green in summer, gold in fall.
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Fraxinus ox. 'Raywood'
Medium growing, dense, oval-shaped deciuous tree. Dark green foliage turns yellow in the fall.
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Fraxinus penn. 'Cimmaron'® PP#8077
Fast growing, upright branching, oval canopied deciduous tree. Rich dark green leaves turn brick-red to orange red in the fall.
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Fraxinus penn. 'Marshall'
Broadly oval, deciduous tree has dark green, glossy foliage that turns bright yellow in fall. An attractive accent, border or street tree. Tough, adaptable variety is seedless. Glossy, dark green foliage has a bright yellow fall color.
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Fraxinus penn. 'Patmore' PP#4684
Fast growing; 2 to 3 feet per year. Symmetrica,l oval-headed deciduous tree. 5 to 7 glossy, dark green leaflets turn yellow in fall.
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Fraxinus penn. 'Summit'
HABIT: Upright branching, deciduous tree; has a narrow, oval crown --SIZE: 45' tall; 25' wide --HARDINESS: Hardy to -50*F --DESCRIPTION: Makes a great accent, shade or street tree. Medium green, narrow, pointed foliage turns yellow in fall. Fertile, well-drained, moist soil
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Fraxinus penn. 'Urbanite'®
Broadly pyramidal form; deciduous. Lustrous green, thick and leathery leaves that turn deep bronze in the fall. Seedless.
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Ginkgo b. 'Autumn Gold'
Slow growing, symmetricall upright branching deciduous tree, becoming broad with age. Unique green fan-shaped foiliage turns golden-yellow in fall. Non fruiting strain.
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Ginkgo b. 'Fairmount'
Slow to medium growing, narrow, upright, pryamidal deciduous tree. Bright green leaves in summer changes to an excellent yellow in fall. Male.
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Ginkgo b. 'Halka'
This tree maintains a good central leader with a particularly uniform and symmetrical branching pattern and excellent density. It is reported seedless and has a slightly broader shape than most cultivars.
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Ginkgo b. 'Magyar'
Slow to medium growing, upright deciduous tree with narrow, pyramidal growth. Long stems hold distinctive fan shaped mid-green leaves. Gingkos are known for their brilliant yellow fall color.
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