4658 Johnson CoveRed Buckeye (Aesculus pavia)Aesculus pavia, known as red buckeye, is a small, deciduous tree or shrub that may grow 15 to 25 feet tall. It is quite ornamental in spring when tubular, red flowers appear in 6 to 8 inch upright clusters that last for about a month and attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Flowers are followed by 1 to 3 shiny brown seeds which are eaten by squirrels.The attractive palmate leaves usually fall by the end of September.

461 Avon Rd.Gingko (Ginkgo biloba)Hailed as one of the most distinct and beautiful of all deciduous trees, the ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) is a living fossil related to conifers and the only remaining species of its 280-million-year-old family.  this tree’s unique fan-shaped leaf makes it perhaps the most widely recognized of all shade and ornamental trees. Ginkgos are large trees, normally reaching a height of 66-115 feet, with some specimens in China being over 160 feet. Unique fan-shaped leaves turn a

401 Avon Rd.Flowering Dogwood (Cornus florida)Cornus florida, the flowering dogwood, is considered an aristocrat of small flowering trees because of its four-season character – spring flower, summer and fall foliage, and winter appearance. It’s an understory tree, frequently wider than tall. An excellent landscape choice, the dogwood is a favorite in many yards, gardens and public areas. Its flowers bloom in April and May, usually before the leaves. The flowers themselves are actually tiny, greenish-yellow in color, and bunched into

4744 Normandy LaneEastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis)Cercis canadensis, the eastern redbud, is a harbinger of spring throughout most of eastern North America due to the clusters of pink or purplish-pink flowers that bloom in April, about two to three weeks before its unique heart-shaped leaves. The flowers appear on leafless branches and are followed by waxy, bronzy to reddish purple new leaves that soon turn a dark, almost bluish green and may assume yellow tints in fall. The leaves of this

4722 Princeton Rd.Common Witch-Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana)Hamamelis virginiana, known as the witch-hazel, common witch-hazel and American witch-hazel, is a native small tree or large shrub with fantastic fall attributes. Yellow, fragrant flowers bloom from October through December. Attractive foliage in all growing seasons with leaves bright green in spring followed by yellow to yellowish-orange colors in fall. The fruit is a hard woody capsule about a third to a half inch in length, which splits explosively at the apex at maturity

336 E. Erwin Dr.Yoshino Cherry (Prunus × yedoensis)The Yoshino cherry (Prunus × yedoensis), also known as the Japanese flowering cherry, is the darling of the flowering tree world and the star of such renowned events as the National and International Cherry Blossom Festivals. This stand-out tree is, of course, known for its vibrant display of white-pink blossoms and faint almond fragrance in the springtime. In the summer, the Yoshino cherry will be a highlight in the yard with its oriental

295 Avon Rd.Tulip Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera)Liriodendron tulipifera, known as the tulip poplar, tulip tree, American tulip tree, tulipwood, tuliptree, whitewood, fiddletree, and yellow-poplar — is the North American representative of two-species genus Liriodendron (the other member being Liriodendron chinense), and the tallest eastern hardwood. It is native to eastern North America from Southern Ontario and possibly southern Quebec to Illinois eastward to southwestern Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and south to central Florida and Louisiana. It is fast-growing, without the common

4724 Johnson Ave.Southern Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora)Magnolia grandiflora, commonly known as the southern magnolia, is a tree of the family Magnoliaeseae, native to the southeastern United States, from southeastern North Carolina to central Florida, and west to East Texas. Reaching 90 feet in height, it is a large, striking evergreen tree, with large dark green leaves up to 7.75 inches long and 4.75 inches wide. Large, creamy white and very fragrant flowers grace this magnificent tree in late spring and early

196 Avon Rd.Saucer Magnolia (Magnolia x soulangeana)Magnolia x soulangeana, the saucer magnolia, is a hybrid cousin of America's magnificent Southern magnolia, and is actually a large spreading shrub that takes its name from its wide, saucer-like flowers. It was first cultivated in 1826 in France, quickly entered cultivation in England and other parts of Europe, as well as North America. The fragrant, early-spring blossoms are white shaded with light to deep pink or purplish-pink. Its big, broad leaves are dark

4711 Johnson Ave.Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica)Lagerstroemia indica, commonly known as crape myrtle, is a species in the genus Lagerstroemia in the family Lythraceae, which is native to the Indian Subcontinent (hence the name indica), and also to Southeast Asia, China, Korea and Japan. It is an often multi-stemmed, deciduous tree with a wide spreading, flat topped, rounded or even spike shaped open habit. Planted in full sun or under canopy, the crape myrtle is a popular nesting shrub for songbirds

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