Beaverton

Updated for the 2022 growing season

Available Spring 2022

Armstrong Gold Maple

Acer rubrum ‘JFS-KW78’

Zone: 4

40′ x 12′

Full sun

Vigorous growing tree with dense, compact, upright habit. Less leggy than parent Armstrong. Bark is silver-gray and has medium green foliage that turns golden to orange in fall.

Pacific Sunset® Maple

Acer truncatum x A. platanoides ‘Warrenred’

Zone: 4

30′ x 25′

Full sun

Medium-sized maple with glossy green foliage and a rounded canopy. Tolerant of poor and urban growing conditions. Faster growth rate then other maples.

Heritage Birch

Betula nigra ‘Cully’

Zone: 4

50′ x 50′

Full to part sun

Forms a pyramidal to rounded canopy. One of the hardiest birches, very resistant to bronze birch borer. Fast growing with attractive exfoliating bark and yellow fall color.

Pyramidal European Hornbeam

Carpinus betulus ‘Fastigiata’

Zone: 4

40′ x 30′

Full sun

An attractive, columnar tree with dense branches when young, spreading into a broad cone shape with age.

Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis

Zone: 4

20′ x 25′

Full to part sun

A wonderful small, tree whose branches are covered with light pinkish purple flowers in early spring before the leaves emerge.

Eddies White Wonder Dogwood

Cornus nuttalli x florida ‘Eddie’s White Wonder’

Zone: 7

20′ x 15′

Full sun to part shade

An upright tree with layered branching pattern that blooms large, showy, white flowers in the spring and red berries in the winter.

Venus Dogwood

Cornus kousa x nuttallii ‘KN 30-8’

Zone: 5

15′ x 20′

Full to part shade

A vigorous upright dogwood that blooms profuse, large, white blooms in spring.

Vanessa Ironwood

Parrotia persica ‘Vanessa’

Zone: 5

28′ x 14′

Full sun

Forms a tight, dense, upright habit with fine-textured foliage. Impressive fall color, ranging from orange to red.

Capital Flowering Pear

Pyrus calleryana ‘Capital’

Zone: 5

35′ x 12′

Full sun

Forms a columnar upright habit with. Better structural strength compared to other callery cultivars. Early spring blooms and purple to red fall color.

Japanese Snowbell

Styrax japonica

Zone: 5

20′ x 20′

Full to part shade

A small rounded tree with strongly horizontal side branches that produce lovely, fragrant white flowers in spring.

Available Spring 2022 (Not Expected to Reach Caliper Till Fall 2022)

Armstrong Maple

Acer rubrum ‘Armstrong’

Zone: 4

45′ x 15′

Full sun

Vigorous growing tree with tall, upright habit. Bark is silver-gray and has medium green foliage that turns golden to orange-red in fall.

Bowhall Maple

Acer rubrum ‘Bowhall’

Zone: 3

40′ x 15′

Full sun

Moderate to fast growing while keeping a much more narrow habit than other red maples. Bright yellow to orange fall color.

October Glory Red Maple

Acer rubrum ‘October Glory’

Zone: 3

40′ x 30′

Full sun

A vigorous growing tree with lustrous green leaves in summer turning crimson red in fall even with warmer weather and leaves are held on longer.

Red Sunset Maple

Acer rubrum ‘Red Sunset’

Zone: 3

40′ x 40′

Full sun

A vigorous growing, uniform tree with lustrous green leaves in summer changing to brilliant red to orange-red in fall.

Frans Fontaine Hornbeam

Carpinus betulus ‘Frans Fontaine’

Zone: 5

35′ x 18′

Full sun

Tight, uniform, upright habit with bright green leaves that turn yellow-orange in fall. Small leaves and dense branching provided great screening. 

Autumn Gold Ginkgo

Ginkgo biloba ‘Autumn Gold’

Zone: 4

50′ x 30′

Full to part sun

Forms a symmetrical upright branching form that becomes broad with age. Unique fan-shaped green foliage turns golden yellow in fall.

Galaxy Magnolia

Magnolia ‘Galaxy’

Zone: 4

30′ x 15′

Full to part sun

Forms a vase shaped tree with large, sweetly fragrant, dark reddish-purple blooms.

Red Baron Crabapple

Malus ‘Red Baron’

Zone: 4

20′ x 8′

Full sun

Forms a columnar growth habit with reddish-purple foliage that matures to a bronze-green. Dark red flowers form into dark red fruit that often persists through winter. Beautiful orange autumn color.

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