Have you ever driven past a home and thought, WOW, that place looks spectacular! It just has “that look”, the one bursting with color and creativity. The perfect design. We can help you achieve that in your own yard. Our experts put a lot of time and thought into choosing the right varieties of trees to create the the look you want to add depth to your landscape. Here are some of our favorites and why we know you will love them as much as we do.

Cleveland Flowering Pear

Cleveland Flowering Pear Trees

A blanket of white flowers blooming in the early spring and a naturally upright oval shape of the Cleveland Flowering Pear can command center stage or blend beautifully in the landscape. Pair with PJM rhododendrons and magic carpet spirea for a superb contrast of color sure to be envied by your neighbors. Very hardy, with little time needed to keep this tree looking it’s best.

Dwarf Korean Lilac

Korean Dwarf Lilac Tree

A compact variation of the timeless, fragrant favorite Lilac, the Dwarf Korean Lilac patio tree is perfectly trained to be a ball on top of a clean trunk. Designed to be an accent piece with deep green leaves in the summer and purple color in the fall, it is easy to match colorful companion plants that will change the look of your landscape with each season. Pair with azaleas for early spring blooms and coleus for late summer/early fall color.

Royal Raindrops Flowering Crab

Royal Raindrop Crabapple Tree

The ravishing red appearance of the trunk and branches on a young Royal Raindrops Flowering Crab is a sight you are sure to love. A bounty of bright pinkish-red blooms in spring followed by crisp, clean deep green leaves in summer, makes this tree a customer favorite. Combine the chorus of colors, and natural round shape, with blue salvias or blue catmint nearby to create complimentary blooms extending color in your landscape.

Eastern Redbud

Eastern Redbud Trees

A sure sign of spring, blooms appear on bare branches before any leaves appear on the Eastern Redbud tree. Beautiful buds burst into bloom along side purple rhododendrons and daffodils. Yellow coreopsis work well for summer contrast after the spring color show. The Eastern Redbud tree originates from a northern seed source, which is why it is much more hardy than most, giving our customers a true focal point in their landscape design that will be enjoyed for years to come.