4877 Lynbar Ave.Star Magnolia (Magnolia stellata)Magnolia stellata, commonly called the star magnolia, is a small deciduous shrub or small tree that typically grows with a rounded crown and is often grown as a large pyramidal multi-stemmed shrub. It is noted for its late winter (February) to early spring (March) bloom of star-shaped white flowers. Since blooms open early, they are subject to damage. It is the earliest of the deciduous magnolias to flower.  It is frost sensitive, so plant it

301 Vescovo Dr.Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum)Described as a true aristocrat of the first order, Acer palmatum, commonly known as Japanese maple, is a deciduous small tree generally grown for its attractive foliage and shape and is very flexible in its landscape use. It typically grows to 10–25 feet and its spread is normally equal to or greater than its height. However, there is a great variation in this species because of the large number of cultivars. Its distinctive leaves have

4666 Princeton Rd.Japanese Cedar (Cryptomeria japonica)Cryptomeria japonica, known as the Japanese cedar or Japanese redwood, is native to Japan, where it is known as Sugi, which translates to "hair tree," derived from the tree's needle-like leaves. Cryptomeria japonica is a very large evergreen tree, reaching up to 230 feet tall and 13 feet trunk diameter, with red-brown bark which peels in vertical strips.  Cryptomeria japonica timber is extremely fragrant, weather and insect resistant, soft, and has a low density. It is

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

232 N. Perkins Rd.Common China-fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata)Cunninghamia lanceolata is a species of evergreen coniferous tree in the cypress family. It is native to south-central and southeast China. They may reach 160 feet in height. In vernacular use, it is sometimes called China-fir, although it is not a fir. The genus name, Cunninghamia, honors Dr. James Cunningham, a British doctor who introduced this species into cultivation in 1702 and botanist Allan Cunningham. The general shape of the tree is conical with

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

4659 S. Erwin Dr.Japanese Snowbell (Styrax japonicus)Styrax japonicus, the Japanese snowbell, is a species of flowering plant in the family Styracaceae, native to China, Japan and Korea. Growing to 39 feet tall by 26 feet broad, it is a graceful, spreading deciduous tree with oval, upward-facing leaves, which occasionally turn yellow or orange before falling in autumn. Masses of slightly fragrant, bell-shaped white flowers hang from the branches in summer, followed by fruits which resemble olives in both shape and

186 Avon Rd.Empress Tree (Paulownia tomentosa)Paulownia tomentosa, with common names empress tree, princess tree, or foxglove tree, is a deciduous tree in the family Paulowniaceae, native to central and western China. It is an extremely fast-growing tree with seeds that disperse readily, and is a persistent exotic introduced species in North America, where it has undergone naturalization in large areas of the Eastern U.S. Paulownia tomentosa has also been introduced to Western and Central Europe, and is establishing itself as

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

4741 Princeton Rd.Common Fig (Ficus carica)Ficus carica is an Asian species of flowering plant in the mulberry family, known as the common fig (or just fig). It is the source of the fruit also called the fig and as such is an important crop in those areas where it is grown commercially. Native to the Mediterranean and western Asia, it has become naturalized in scattered locations in Asia and North America — and, apparently right at home in Memphis. 

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