Ficus carica, figs with attractive foliage and wonderfully edible fruit.
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Densely-branched, broad-spreading crabapple tree that produces purplish-red foliage in spring that turns dark green tinged with reddish-purple as it matures.
An excellent specimen, small shade tree, or accent for your landscape should be planted where spring flowers can be appreciated.
Pea-like yellow flowers in racemes (about 15 inches in length) appear in a profuse, often spectacular, late spring bloom.
Interesting specimen for shady areas of the landscape, grown as a screen, and makes an excellent houseplant; leaves are popular in soups and stews.
Interesting and Unique Fruit Producing Focal Point for Your Landscape: Persimmon Tree Diospyros virginiana, or you hear it more commonly called persimmon (American persimmon tree), is a dioecious tree that produces fragrant, white to greenish-yellow flowers that bloom in late […]
Gorgeous Milky White, Prolific, 4 Inch Flowers In May: Chinese Dogwood The popularity of Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘Milky Way’, you may hear it called Chinese dogwood, is because of the gorgeous, large flowers, and the prolific bloom of this […]
Add Beautiful First of Spring Pea-Like Pink Flowers To Your Landscape: Eastern Redbud Cercis canadensis, or eastern redbud, is highly prized for the gorgeous pea-like pink flowers which bloom profusely on bare branches in early spring (March to April) before […]
If You Want To Add Panache To Your Landscape Consider Adding the Red Horse Chestnut Aesculus × carnea ‘Briotii’ or red horse chestnut is an exceptional choice as a shade tree for your landscape. The attractive red to pink flowers […]
Landscape Missing That Interesting Focal Point: What About A Paperbark Maple Acer griseum or more commonly called paperbark maple is a small deciduous tree wildly popular as a focal point in the landscape because of its attractive peeling, papery chestnut-brown […]