Platanus x acerifolia ‘Morton Circle’, Exclamation™ still maintains the positive attributes of Planetree with the camouflage pattern and flaking bark but trumps it in form with a dominant central leader and pyramidal form. Anthracnose and mildew resistant.
Platanus x acerifolia is popular for strong growth and large deeply serrated leaves. Anthracnose and mildew resistant foliage and pyramidal form. Height 70’-100’.
Platanus x acerifolia is easily distinguishable in the landscape once it grows to a mature specimen with its gnarly trunk and patchwork bark patterns and massive size. Resistant to powdery mildew and anthracnose. Height 70’-100’ Pyramidal shape.
Pistacia chinensis has a wide adaptability to various soil types and has a reputation for vibrant long lasting fall color display or gold, orange and crimson. Most commonly grown in Southwestern United States.
Parrotia persica is one of the better known Parrotia cultivars for its upright habit. It’s often regarded as columnar but realistically is more-narrow growing than columnar. Still displays the beautiful fall color Parrotia is known for.
Parrotia persica ‘JL Columnar’ is selected at JLPN from a seedling block for its unique foliage and upright character. Bright and consistent fall color of red, orange, burgundy and yellow, based on climate and location. Prefers hot, humid climates and is excellent for growing in containers in greenhouses. Superior candidate for shrub or hedge growing.
Grown single stem or multi, Parrotia persica is outstanding in any form. Mature bark exfoliates in a patchwork of gray, green, white and brown, while the fall color is a mixture of reds and oranges. These can also be used as grafting under stock for the pendula and fastigiata forms.
Ostrya virginiana has increased in popularity in recent years taking it from a boutique tree to greater prevalence in the landscape. The blooms resemble beer hops. Height 25’- 40’.
We grow the majority of our Nyssa sylvatica with the intent of them being used for grafting understock for the many popular cultivars, however it does make a beautiful tree straight from seed. Height 40’. Topped at 16” for bud/grafting understock.
Morus alba tatarica is tolerant to heat and a wide range of soil types. Primarily used as an under stock for cultivars. 50 per bundle and Zone 4.