Crabapple - Dolgo
Height: 35 - 40 Feet
Spread: 25 - 30 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Description: This ornamental crab blooms early in the season with pink buds that open to fragrant white blooms. The large brilliant crimson fruits ripen in late summer for wonderful jelly with fine flavor and color.

Crabapple - Prairifire
Height: 15 - 20 Feet
Spread: 20 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Description: This disease resistant cross by Dr. Dan Dayton, University of Illinois, has especially good foliage retention during summer. It blooms later than most crabs. The bark is a glossy dark red with numerous prominent lenticels, and the fruit does not drop.

Crabapple - Red Barron
Height: 12 - 15 Feet
Spread: 5 - 6 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Description: This crab is uniquely columnar in form at a young age, then matures to a more rounded shape. The foliage is purple fading to bronze-green. The buds, flowers, and fruit are all dark red.

Crabapple - Red Splendor
Height: 20 - 25 Feet
Spread: 20 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Description: Litter is not a problem with this crab, developed by Melvin Bergeson of Fertile, Minnesota, as the small bright red fruit never falls. The fruit does make excellent food for wildlife. The foliage is glossy reddish-green, turning reddish-purple in fall.

Crabapple - First Editions® Ruby Tears
Height: 8 - 10 Feet
Spread: 12 - 15 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Description: Red buds open to fragrant pink flowers which completely engulf the cascading branches each spring. This naturally weeping crab has a habit similar to ‘Louisa’ and burgundy-green foliage like ‘Prairiefire’. Attractive dark red fruit lasts into mid-winter.

Crabapple - Thunderchild
Height: 15 - 20 Feet
Spread: 15 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Description: This compact, upright spreader has deep purple leaves and delicate pink flowers which appear before the foliage. Resistant to fireblight, this COPF introduction was discovered by Percy Wright of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Japanese Tree Lilac
Height: 25 Feet
Spread: 25 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Description: This handsome small specimen tree or large shrub bears creamy white flowers in large panicles in June and July. Clumps will have three or more stems. 2002 Iowa Tree of the Year.

Tree Form Hydrangea - First Editions® Vanilla Strawberry
Height: 6 - 7 Feet
Spread: 4 - 5 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Description: Now available in tree form, perfect for small landscapes or urban gardens. The enormous flower panicles are a blend of vanilla and strawberry, held upright on red stems. They emerge creamy white in mid-summer, change to pink and finally to strawberry red. New blooms give the plant a multicolored effect in late summer and early fall. The red coloration persists for at least 3-4 weeks.

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