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Aesculus flava (A. octandra)
Yellow Buckeye (tree)
Useful in parks and other areas where large spaces are not a problem. Perhaps the most beautiful of the large growing Aesculus.

Aesculus glabra
Ohio Buckeye   (tree)
Good native, best used in parks, natural areas and other large areas. Definitely not recommended for small residential lots. Interesting bark of lasting interest.

Aesculus hippocastanum
Double Flowering Horsechestnut 'Baumannii'   (tree)
Beautiful double white flowers, no fruit. Flowering lasts longer than the species. Best used in large, open areas. Definitely not for small, residential areas.

Aesculus hippocastanum
European Horsechestnut  (tree)
Large growing beautifully charactered specimen tree. It develops graceful, down swooping branches. Beautiful white cone-shaped flower panicles up to 12" high and 6" wide....

Aesculus parviflora var. serotina
Bottlebrush Buckeye 'Rogers' (shrub)
Joseph McDaniel of the University of Illinois chose this clone because of its longer summer flower panicles which reach 18" in length. Outstanding plant for massing in sh...

Aesculus turbinata
Japanese Horsechestnut (tree)
Stiff branching and coarse-textured with large dark green leaves.

Aesculus x
'Autumn Splendor' (tree)
A glabra/pavia/flava cross with good red fall color. Very resistant to leaf scorch, likes cool, moist soils.

Aesculus x
'Homestead' (tree)
A large tree, cross of A. glabra x A. octandra, more formal than A. glabra with yellowish red flower panicles and red fall color.

Aesculus x carnea
Red Horsechestnut 'Fort McNair' (tree)
Light pink flowers with a yellow throat, stout tree that grows faster than other pink flowering cultivars. Foliage holds into late fall.

Aesculus x carnea
Red Horsechestnut 'O'Neil' (tree)
Redder flowers than most other cultivars.

Alnus glutinosa
European Black Alder (tree)
Especially useful for moist, naturalistic areas. Neat cherry-like bark. Reddish-brown catkins followed by small and persistent, ornamental winged nutlets.

Amelanchier canadensis
Shadblow Serviceberry (tree)
Suckering, many-stemmed upright habit. Both smaller and more upright than most other serviceberries.

Amelanchier laevis
Allegheny Serviceberry (tree)
One of the parents of Apple Serviceberry. Somewhat more upright with a slightly heavier branching habit. Renowned for delicious fruit.

Amelanchier x grandiflora
Apple Serviceberry (tree)
A natural hybrid of A. arborea x A. laevis

Amelanchier x grandiflora
Apple Serviceberry 'Robinhill' (tree)
An erect serviceberry distinguished by its clear pink spring flower buds which fade to white as the flowers open. Color intensity is stronger in colder temperatures. Exce...

Amelanchier x grandiflora
Apple Serviceberry 'Autumn Brilliance' (pp 5717)   (tree)
Excellent white flowers, edible fruit, green summer foliage and excellent fall color. Fast growing.

Amelanchier x grandiflora
Apple Serviceberry 'Forest Prince' (tree)
Selected by Roy Klehm for outstanding leathery, dark green summer foliage and clean robust growth. Heavy spring bloomer and attractive red edible June berries. Autumn col...

Amelanchier x grandiflora
Ballerina Serviceberry 'Ballerina' (Tree)
Turns glossy green in summer and purple-bronze in fall

Amelanchier x grandiflora
Coles Select Apple Serviceberry 'Cole's Select' (Tree)
White flowers in spring followed by purplish summer fruit combine with a thick, somewhat glossy foliage that turns a bright orange-red in Fall.

Amelanchier x grandiflora
Princess Diana Apple Serviceberry 'Princess Diana' (Tree)
Abundant white flowers produce a large, attractive edible fruit. The leaves have outstanding fall color

Amsonia x 'Blue Ice'
Willow Blue Star 'Blue Ice' (Perennial)
A beautiful selection of our native Willow Blue Star whose compact mound of pleasing narrow dark green shiny foliage is topped in spring by numerous clusters of vivid dee...

Anemone hupehensis var. japonica
Windflower 'Pamina' (Perennial)
A "classic" fall flowering Japanese Anemone distinguished by its lavender to deep-rose semi-double flowers in late summer and early fall. The central ring of yellow stame...

Aronia arbutifolia
Red Chokeberry 'Brilliantissima' (shrub)
Well behaved landscape shrub with glossy summer leaves and an attractive crop of fall and early winter bright red berries. Grows to 6-8' tall and forms a suckering colony...

Aronia melanocarpa
Black Chokeberry 'Autumn Magic' (shrub)
A new Canadian cultivar selected for it's upright form, smaller stature, and wonderful red and purple fall color.

Aronia melanocarpa
Black Chokeberry Iroquois BeautyTM ('Morton') (shrub)
Introduced by the Chicagoland Grows Program, grows to less than 3' tall after 10 years.


Browse 694 plants: abel‑acer  acer‑acta  aesc‑aron  asti‑betu  betu‑carp  cary‑clet  core‑corn  corn‑euon  exoc‑gink  gink‑heme  heme‑host  host‑ilex  ilex‑liqu  liqu‑magn  magn‑malu  malu‑misc  misc‑penn  pens‑pice  pice‑pinu  pinu‑plat  pole‑quer  quer‑ribe  ribe‑spir  spir‑syri  syri‑thuj  thuj‑ulmu  ulmu‑vibu  vibu‑xant 
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