Sandcherry Tree Form (Prunus x cistena) – A very hardy standard/grafted tree with delicate, fragrant blooms that resemble those of a strawberry plant. The foliage is intensely reddish–purple all season and remains as such throughout the summer. Retains its best colour in full sun. The fast-growing plant can be planted in early spring and is relatively easy to grow in most zones. Adapts to a variety of soil and sun conditions.
Viburnum Tree Form (Viburnum carlesii) – Korean spice Viburnum has an abundance of rounded clusters of white flowers. These flower clusters are noted for their sweet fragrance. A rounded form atop a standard with a thick, oval leaves & excellent red-purple fall color. Every landscape can benefit from having one of these in it.
Weeping Pea Shrub Tree Form (Caragana arborescens) – Also called the Siberian pea shrub, it is a deciduous shrub-like tree that has a fern-like, weeping form. This unique tree grows up to 8 feet tall & can be 6 feet wide, blooming with tiny, pea-shaped yellow flowers in late May. The weeping pea tree has satiny bark and delicate green leaves. They are extremely hardy, tolerating winter temperatures down to -45° F.
Dappled Willow Tree Form (Salix integra) – Commonly called a Tricolour Willow, it is one of the showiest of shrubs for foliage color and is even more outstanding as a tree form. Dappled Willow should be pruned every winter for maximum effect. A fast growing ornamental that is tough and adaptable to many conditions.
Wisteria Tree Form – The spectacular beauty and astonishing vigor of Wisteria are best displayed by growing it in the form of a small tree, properly known as a standard. Long flower clusters of fragrant June flowers drape down from soft green heads of foliage shaped by pruning and shift gently with every breeze. The effect is graceful and stately, and the compact head of a tree Wisteria looks sensational in a mixed border of perennials, bulbs, and annuals.