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Acer platanoides - Princeton Gold®
Common name: Maple
This attractive Norway selection makes a stunning accent plant in the landscape. The foliage is bright golden yellow, especially when young, and the color holds well through the summer. Nicely shaped, this is definitely a tree that attracts attention.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Acer platanoides - Royal Red
Common name: Maple
This Norway maple selection is similar to 'Crimson King', but with a somewhat slower growth rate and what some consider slightly better color. A dense shade tree, it has a straight trunk with a well-shaped canopy. The glossy foliage is an excellent maroon red all season.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Acer platanoides - Variegated
Common name: Maple
This Norway selection is an unusual specimen tree that is certain to draw attention. A dense shade tree, it is known for its straight trunk and well-shaped crown, but most notably for its beautiful variegated foliage. Leaves are green with an attractive creamy white margin.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Acer rubrum - Northfire®
Common name: Maple
This red maple was selected by Roger Landsburg of Landsburg Landscape and Nursery of Brainerd, Minnesota. It displays good branching habit with brilliant, early fall color we feel is superior to that of Firedance Maple. It also calipers up very nicely.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Acer rubrum - Red Sunset®
Common name: Maple
This outstanding red maple offers brilliant red autumn color that is retained longer than most other rubrums. Named Iowa Tree of the Year for 2000, it has thick foliage and a dense, upright branching habit that makes it a great choice for street and lawn use.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Acer saccharum
Common name: Sugar Maple
This wonderful shade tree is undoubtedly the largest and finest of our native maples. Slow to medium in growth rate and very hardy, it prefers rich, well-drained soil. Fall color is simply spectacular, ranging from rich, brilliant yellows to all shades of oranges and red.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Acer x freemanii - Autumn Blaze®
Common name: Maple
This hybrid of silver and red maple has experienced phenomenal popularity due to its ascending branch habit, rapid growth rate, drought tolerance when established, ability to grow in most soils, beautiful fall color and form.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Betula papyrifera
Common name: Paper Birch
This very hardy birch is the most permanent and desirable of all the white-barked birches. Stems are a beautiful red-brown when immature, a perfect chalk-white when older. Fall color is an outstanding landscape feature. Clumps have three or more stems.
Photo courtesy of McKay Nursery Company

Quercus rubra
Common name: Northern Red Oak
The fastest growing oak and one of the easiest to transplant, this tree is great for street use or as a landscape tree. The foliage is dense and lustrous and leaves hang on the tree into winter.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Salix alba - Tristis Niobe
Common name: Weeping Willow
This fast growing, golden barked willow has a wide spreading canopy and long, golden drooping branches. An extremely graceful tree, it prefers moist planting sites. To prevent dehydration and start buds to break on potted Niobe willow, the potted plants should be held in a greenhouse or a sheltered location until growth has started.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Salix integra - Hakura Nishiki
Common name: Willow
A lovely tree form of this graceful willow. The slender trunk is topped with pink stems and buds that open to dappled green, pink and white foliage. Some leaves will be all white. A fabulous vertical accent for the border or large container. Best in partial shade.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

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