Deciduous trees shed their leaves at the end of each growing season.
Columnar shape for planting in rows. Green leaves turn fine amber fall color.
New foliage emerges green and matures to purple in summer for color contrast.
Glossy green, serrated leaves. Double white flowers in June, followed by red ornamental fruit.
Seedless selection of Green Ash. Oval form, bright gold fall color. Great for shades or streets and is low maintenance.
Green foliage with white flowers followed by red, edible crabapples for jelly.
Vast-shaped canopy with toothed foliage which turns yellow in the fall.
Hardiest oak for this climate zone as it is native to the eastern prairies. Slow growing tree has unique acorns & lobed leaves with yellow fall leaf in color.
Purple foliage, pink flowers and ornamental crab. Hardy & resistant to fire blight.
Compact oval tree with scarlet fall color, showy white flowers & orange berries.
Native tree with attractive bark and yellow fall leaf color. Likes moist soil & sun.
Broad tree. Glossy foliage. Keeps leaves late. Hardiest willow tree for prairies.
Prairie hardy selection of Linden is a hybrid cross between American and Little-leaf Linden. Dense, pyramidal shape with cordate leaves and yellow fall color.
Fast growing, columnar tree. Male clone. Pointed leaves, white undersides. Super hardy plant with same narrow characteristics of the Swedish Columnar Aspen.
Bronze-green foliage with pink flowers in spring. Hardy upright form.
clusters of white, fragrant flowers are about a foot long and 10 inches wide. They have a lovely shape that looks great in shrub borders or as specimens.
Seedless selection of Green Ash. Upright growing with dark green leaves. Yellow foliage in fall. Great for shade or streets. Low maintenance.
Bright golden bark retained all year for good winter color, Semi-weeping habit.
Smaller, more compact form of American Elm. Good street or shade tree.
Upright growing tree with noticeable leaf buds. Good disease resistance.