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Thuja occidentalis
Eastern Arborvitae (White Cedar) 'Emerald' (syn. 'Smaragd') (evergreen)
Bright shiny emerald green foliage on a tight compact pyramidal form. Does not discolor in winter. Slower growing than most other upright forms.

Thuja occidentalis
Eastern Arborvitae (White Cedar) 'Nigra' (evergreen)
Deep green winter color. Broadly pyramidal, symmetrical form. Wider than 'Hetz' or 'Emerald' , but not as wide as 'Techny'.

Thuja occidentalis
Eastern Arborvitae (White Cedar) 'Techny' ('Mission') (evergreen)
Arborvitae selected by Brother Charles Reckamp in 1944. Wide based dark green, very full, good screen. A classic.

Thuja occidentalis
Eastern Arborvitae (White Cedar) 'Wintergreen' ('Hetz Wintergreen') (evergreen)
Single leader so it stands up to snow, rain and wind. Good winter color. Very fast grower, more open textured than other varieties. Excellent tall screen.

Thuja occidentalis
Eastern Arborvitae (White Cedar) PatriotTM ('Klmeighteen') (evergreen)
Uniform upright growing plants with good green winter coloration. Selected for color and tight uniform growth habit. Similar to 'Emerald' but faster growing and ultimat...

Thuja occidentalis
Emerald Arborvitae Emerald GreenTM (evergreen)
Also known as 'Smaragd' and 'Emerald'. Tight green upright form with good winter color.

Thuja occidentalis
Linesville Dwarf Arborvitae 'Linesville' (evergreen)
Unique threadlike foliage on a rounded plant. Only grows a few inches/year.

Thuja occidentalis
Siberian Arborvitae (White Cedar) 'Wareana' (evergreen)
Densely textured, compact arborvitae with bright green foliage.

Thuja plicata
Western Arborvitae DeerproofTM ('Klmfive') (evergreen)
Strong grower with glossy green foliage. Like all T. plicata, resistant to deer browsing.

Tilia americana
American Linden 'Redmond' (tree)
Pyramidal canopied tree with large glossy light green leaves and winter red twiglets and buds. Originally classified as cultivar of Tilia euchlora.

Tilia americana
American Linden, Basswood LegendTM (Wandell') (tree)
Distinctly pyramidal with a central leader and good branching structure. Less attractive to Japanese beetle than the Littleleaf Lindens. Zones 3b to 8.

Tilia x flavescens
Littleleaf Linden 'Glenleven' (tree)
Fast growing, open pyramidal head and extremely straight central trunk tendencies.

Tsuga canadensis
Canadian Hemlock (evergreen)
Graceful, lacy, pyramidal conifer which does well in semi-shaded areas. It is most ornamentally effective when untrimmed, but takes shearing very well.

Tsuga canadensis
Canadian Hemlock 'Sargentii' (evergreen)
Broadly spreading, weeping form, 10-15' and twice as wide Weeping Canadian Hemlock

Tsuga canadensis
Weeping Canadian Hemlock 'Pendula' (evergreen)
Weeping form that has fine textured and graceful pendulous branches, can be staked and trained.

Ulmus
'Regal' (tree)
Similar to Homestead but is more upright -- columnar in youth. It is also more open textured, with larger leaves. Makes a great street tree.

Ulmus
'Pioneer' (tree)
Extremely vigorous and disease resistant USDA introduction. Rounded, spreading crown. Makes a good park or campus tree.

Ulmus americana
'Valley Forge' (Tree)
Most resistant of any American Elm to Dutch Elm Disease. Superb form.

Ulmus carpinifolia x parvifolia
'Frontier' (tree)
A recent USDA introduction. Good lustrous, dark green foliage and maroon fall color. Moderate resistance to elm leaf beetle. Vase-shaped growth habit.

Ulmus japonica x wilsoniana
AccoladeTM ('Morton') (tree)
Vase shaped habit, glossy dark green foliage. Fast growing. Good disease and insect resistance. Will tolerate dry soil conditions. Dr. George Wares selection from Morton ...

Ulmus japonica x wilsoniana
Danada CharmTM ('Morton Red Tip') (tree)
Vase shape similar to American Elm. New growth has a reddish hue and young leaves are tipped with red. DED resistant.

Ulmus pml x jpnica x wlsnna
TriumphTM ( 'Morton Glossy') (tree)
Glossy dark green foliage. Excellent disease and insect resistance. Upright form and strong branching. Dr. George Wares selection from Morton Arboretum

Ulmus pumila x glabra x carpinifolia
'Homestead' (tree)
Developed at the US Department of Agriculture Nursery Crops Research Laboratory in Delaware, Ohio. Symmetrical, somewhat pyramidal crown with moderately dense, dark green...

Ulmus U. pumila x U. davidiana var. japonica
Elm 'New Horizon' PP8684 (Tree)
'New Horizon' has dark green foliage with a strong branching habit, dense crown and good disease resistance.

Ulmus v. wilsoniana x pumila x carpinifolia
Elm 'Morton Stalwart' CommendationTM (Tree)
Cross with Accolade and a hybrid specimen of U. pumila x U. carpinifolia from Eastern Russia. Vigorous grower, adaptable, with excellent drought tolerance and good uprigh...


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