Trees are a valuable part of the landscape. They provide food and shelter for birds and pollinators, and are a great source of shade. They can be used as focal points, privacy hedges, wind breaks or to naturalize an area.
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Forest green, glossy, pointy leaves turn an outstanding crimson in the fall. Furrowed black bark adds an interesting dimension to the landscape. One of the most spectacular and reliable fall coloring trees, turning brilliant shades of red and orange, and a very neat, pyramidal habit of growth. Native to Ontario.
Ancient tree that knew the dinosaurs but is well-suited to modern landscape plantings. Thought to be extinct until the 1940’s. Dawn Redwood is a deciduous conifer producing small, round cones. It has a neat pyramidal shape in youth, maturing into a more rounded crown. The bright green, feathery leaves turn orange-brown or reddish-brown in the fall before falling off for the winter.