Sweetbay Magnolia - Sweetbay Magnolia while it may not produce as many blooms as other magnolias. This tree flowers late in the spring, avoiding much of the frost that can spoil a blooming tree’s beauty.
Golden Rain Tree - Fast-growing tree, leaves alternate, feather-compound to 18 inches long; each leaf has 7–17 leaflets that are irregularly lobed and deeply toothed; emerging leaves are bronze, pinkish or purplish; autumn leaves are dull yellow.
Little Gem Magnolia - The Little Gem Magnolia has an upright and oval rounded canopy. Its prolific flowering that lasts 6 months of the year, which lasts from May through October.
Saucer Magnolia - Landscape show-stopper. The stunning early spring blossoms have been said to open “like a thousand porcelain goblets,” and lush summertime leaves are dark green and leathery adding nice contrast to silvery-gray bark.
D.D. Blanchard Magnolia - This Magnolia has the ability to maintain a straight central trunk, which allows the Blanchard to be grown full to the ground or be pruned into tree form with a visible trunk.
Bracken's Brown Beauty - The Bracken Brown Beauty has earned a dominant status among the Magnolia and it has several unique qualities that are responsible for this popularity. The Bracken Brown Beauty has the widest hardiness range given to any Magnolia being able to handle -20°F.
Natchez Crape Myrtle- The Natchez Crape Myrtle is a best seller, made so popular by being a fast growing tree that blooms all summer long. The pure white blooms will explode in brilliance against the tree's deep green leafy canopy.
Dynamite - One of the hardiest Crape Myrtles available. Resists mildew, disease and insects. Some of the brightest red blooms of any tree typically lasting a full 120 days from spring to fall.
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Texas Mountain Laurel - Showy multi-stemmed shrub or small tree. Fragrant violet-blue flowers in terminal clusters for a wonderful display. Slow growing and easily trained as a nice espalier or patio tree. Evergreen.
Tuscarora Crape Myrtle- Tuscarora Crape Myrtles give you hundreds of 'coral pink' flowers. Perfect for barren areas or trouble spots - these crapes can grow just about anywhere. This tree is an ideal solution for small areas that don't have much planting space, such as small yards, next to structures, parking lots or along streets.
Southern Magnolia - Southern magnolia is a magnificent tree with a name that is somewhat misleading. Although it is most prevalent in the South—and the state tree of Mississippi—its zone 6 planting range means it can grow in many northern areas, even as far north as parts of Maine, Michigan and Washington.
Sarah's Favorite Crape Myrtle - If you need a larger White Crape Myrtle tree for your front yard or to line your driveway or along your fence then choose Sarah's Favorite. Cold Hardy and disease resistance make it ideal for the homeowner.