Deciduous Trees

Zone Plant Name Characteristics Feet Tall Feet Wide Flower Sun 50% Sun Shade
  Deciduous Trees              
  Birch              
5 Cluster   35 20   x x  
4 Crimson Frost Fast, takes all soils- Burgundy leaves 33 20   x x  
  Himalayan Cluster   35 20   x x  
4 Single   35 20   x x  
2 Youngi Weeping   35 20   x x  
                 
5 Catalpa - Umbrella Tree   10 10   x x  
                 
5 Corkscrew Hazzle Also called walking stick 10 10   x x x
                 
4 Crabapple              
  7 varieties Beautiful flowers and hardy 15 15        
                 
5 Dawn Redwood Fast - bronzy pink needles in fall 50 20   x x  
5                
  Dogwood              
5 Pagoda Very Hardy       x x x
6 Chinese Kousa   21 15     x x
6 Milky Way One of the nicest 12 12 6w   x x
                 
  Flowering Pear              
  Aristocrat Green leaves in fall 36 26   x x  
  Chanticleer Red leaves in fall 33 15   x x  
  Redspire Red leaves in fall 36 23   x x  
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
4 Weeping Mulberry fruiting   10 8   x x  
                 
4 Ginko              
  Maidenhair Salt OK 60 40   x x  
  Princeton   40 15   x x  
  Standard 3 varieties   10 8   x x  
                 
  Golden Chain Tree Heavy flower 13 10 7y x x  
                 
  Hibiscus - Rose of Sharon              
                 
6 Tree Form 12 colours 12 10   x x  
                 
  Horse Chestnut              
5 Ruby Expensive 33 35 6-8 red x x  
  Regular   50 45 6-8W x x  
                 
  Hornbeam               
4 Pyramidal European Hornbeam Narrow, yellow orange in fall 45 30   x x  
                 
5 Hydrangea              
  Tree Form 4 varieties 8 8     x x
                 
2 Ivory Silk - Japanese Lilac Fragrant, salt OK 27 17 7W x x  
                 
  Japanese Maple              
6 Beni Otake Half day shade 8 5     x  
5 Bloodgood Takes full sun 12 12   x x  
6 Butterfly Leaves have white-pink edge 10 6     x  
5 Crimson Queen Half day shade 9 9     x  
5 Emperor 1 Takes full sun 14 14   x x  
6 Fireglow Delicate 20 16   x x  
4 Inabe Shidare Half day shade 8 5     x  
  Lion Heart Reddish fall colour 12 12   x x  
7 Red Dragon Too delicate for area 5 6     x  
6 Tamukeyama Half day shade 8 12     x  
6 Viridis Takes full sun 10 13   x x  
                 
  Katsura              
  Katsura Hardy 66 50   x x  
  Weeping Katsura Hardy 13 13   x x  
  Standard Hardy 14 9   x x  
                 
  Kentucky Coffee Tree              
                 
4 Kwanzan Flowering Cherry Delicate 20 5 4PI x x  
                 
3 Linden              
  Gleneven Salt OK , keep moist 45 33 6y x x  
  Greenspire Salt OK , keep moist 45 33 6y x x  
                 
  Locust              
4 Shademaster Salt OK 47 33   x x  
4 Sunburst Salt OK 40 30   x x  
4 Ruby Lace Burgandy leaves-likes it dry 33 33   x x  
4 Skyline Salt tolerant 50 36   x x  
                 
  Maples              
4 Autumn Blaze Has no fruit 53 42   x x  
4 Autumn Flame   35 35   x x  
5 Columar Norway Salt OK, yellow in fall 35 20   x x  
5 Compact   40 13   x x  
3 Crimson King Most popular 35 20   x x  
4 Crimson Sentry   26 16   x x  
3 Emerald Queen Fast growing 50 40   x x  
4 Fairview   47 37   x x  
5 Globe   17 15   x x  
5 Harleguin Delicate when young 33 23   x x  
4 Norway Maple Golden yellow in fall 60 30   x x  
  October Glory Bright fall red - very hardy 55 45   x x  
5 Pacific Sunset   45 35   x x  
  Princeton Yellow leaves - delicate at first 36 33   x x  
3 Red Super red in fall 40 40   x x  
  Red Sunset Semi columar 50 35   x x  
4 Royal RedSilver Similar to Crimson King 40 30   x x  
2 Silver Super Fast - attracts birds 80 50   x x  
4 Sugar Yellow red leaves in fall 70 40   x x  
                 
  Magnolia              
5 Jane Red purple flowers - very hardy 10 7   x  x  
5 Leonard Messel Deep pink 16 16   x x  
4 Merrill White 30 30   x x  
5 Royal Star White 13 10   x x  
                 
  Mountain Ash              
3 Russian Bright orange berries attract berries  30 16   x x  
                 
  Mulberry              
4 Fruiting Hardy 12 10   x x  
4 Non-Fruiting Hardy 12 10   x x  
                 
  Oak              
2 Burr Slow Growing 75 35   x x  
4 English Slow 80 35   x x  
4 Pyramidal Columar Delicate - Keeps Leaves in winter 50 15   x x  
  Pin Native, leaves in winter, takes wet 75 40   x x  
                 
3 Poplar Very fast - likes it wet 40 7   x x  
                 
  Redbud              
6 Eastern Flowers before it leafs 20 15 5p   x x
6 Cluster Form Flowers before it leafs 20 15 5p   x x
                 
  Robina              
5 Twisted Baby Twisted branches and trunk 10 13 5w x x  
                 
  Service Berry              
4 Autumn Brilliance Edilbe Fruit 20 15 5w x x  
3 Saskatoon Best fruit for baking and jams 20 15 5w x x  
4 Princess Diana Red fall leaves- edible 23 10 5w x x  
                 
2 Shubert Chokeberry White flower 20 17   x x  
                 
4 Tulip Tree Fast - Yellow fall leaves 57 33 6OY x x  
                 
  Willow              
5 Gold Weeping Willow Loves wet conditions 67 67   x x  
4 Weeping Standard Loves wet conditions 7 4   x x  
  Artic Willow Standard Loves wet conditions 7 4   x x  
5 Curly corkscrew Willow Loves wet conditions 30 25   x x  
  Nishiki Willow Standard Loves wet conditions 8 5   x x  
  Prairie Hardy Willow Loves wet conditions 40 33   x x  
                 
5 Wiesteria Cook's Purple   25 10   x x  
                 
4 Witch Hazel   20 20 Y x x x