Deciduous Trees come in a wide variety - different sizes, shapes, forms, colors and textures. Deciduous trees loose their leaves in the fall, go dormant in the winter, and re-grow their leaves in the spring. These trees are an integral part of our landscapes, providing shade, shelter, color, fragrance and overall beauty. You are probably not far from a deciduous tree as you read this. Deciduous trees like maples or oaks transform into a brilliant palette of reds, oranges, yellows and purples in the fall. New England is known for it's fall color, as there are large populations of maples and birch, which all change color at the same time. Looking for fall color? Check out the Improved Sugar Maple, a great smaller tree. It's sap can be used to create maple syrup. Wild Plum is a great ornamental tree. Not only will it provide gorgeous white blooms during the spring months of the year, you get plums to eat! Another popular choice at Garden Plants Nursery is the Redbud. A smaller tree - generally under 30 feet, it welcomes spring with showy pink flowers.
You'll be sure to enjoy your choice from our USDA certified nursery.