Grown from seed, Carpinus caroliniana has a naturally beautiful fall color of red, orange and yellow. While adaptable to most conditions, it prefers moist, slightly acidic soils.
Chionanthus virginicus is a large shrub/ small tree with spreading branches. Flowers white with fine-fleecy and highly fragrant blooms in the spring. Dark blue berries that are attractive to wildlife. Height 12’-20’.
Chionanthus retusus is a large shrub/ small tree with spreading branches and highly ornamental qualities. Snow white flowers and dark lustrous leaves. Dark blue berries on female plants that are attractive to wildlife. Height 15’- 20’.
We grow all Cercis canadensis exclusively in ABP and no longer growing field grown seedlings. We find that the transplant success on ABP’s are near 100%.
We grow all of our Cercidiphyllum japonicum in containers to prevent winter frost damage. All sizes are heavily rooted oval shape. Height 40-60’.
Celtis occidentalis hosts an arsenal of qualities such as tolerance to urban conditions and cold hardy. Commonly used as a budding understock but does display decent gold fall color.
Well established, fibrous root and ready to graft directly in the container. Type: Anderson Band Pot Grown. Per Bundle: 25. Zone: 5
Betula populifolia has glossy green foliage with yellow fall color. Rounded spreading shape. Per Bundle: 50. Zone: 5
Betula pendula has white/ gray splitting bark with weeping branches, very cold tolerant and is commonly used as a budding or grafting understock.
Betula papyrifera is extremely cold hardy for northern climates with striking yellow fall color. White peeling bark with oval shape. Height 50-70’.