Small Deciduous Trees




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Trees of Sedgwick County Extension Arboretum

A program of Sedgwick County Extension Master Gardeners and K-State Research & Extension – Sedgwick County



Map Location Plant List updated April, 2015

Section Number Common Name Scientific Name


Small Deciduous Trees (usually less than 20 feet at maturity)

2 31,32,36 ‘Flame’ Amur Maple Acer tataricum subsp. ginnala ‘Flame’ 15–20’ tall by 15-25’ spread; red fall color, drought tolerant

5 211 ‘E.H. Wilson Mimosa Albizia julibrissin ‘E.H.Wilson’ 20’ tall. One of the hardiest Hardy to -15F

7 243 Common Pawpaw Asimina triloba 15-20’ ht & spread, native to woodland areas, next to streams, moist areas

1 259 ‘Little King’ River Birch Betula nigra ‘Fox Valley® 10’ tall, 12’ spread, compact dwarf river birch, wet to dry sites

1 257 ‘Summer Cascade’ River Birch Betula nigra ‘Summer Cascade’ A weeping river birch that will grow as high as is staked

3 82 Chittamwood/Wooly Buckthorn Bumelia lanuginose Grows to 15-20’, drought tolerant. Native to Wichita area in near sandy riverbanks

5 65 Umbrella Catalpa Catalpa bignonioides 'Nana' small rounded form

1 27 Eastern Redbud Cercis canadensis 20–25’ ht & spread; lavender spring flowers; yellow fall color, native tree

2 144 Eastern Redbud Cercis canadensis drought tolerant, do not plant in wet soils

3 173 Eastern Redbud Cercis canadensis

1 217 Lavender Twist® Redbud Cercis canadensis `Covey' 5’ tall, contorted weeping form, umbrella crown, flowers same as other redbuds

1 266 ‘Forest Pansy’ Redbud Cercis canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’ Purple leaf type of redbud. Protect from hot wind, best as an understory plant

1 74 ‘Hearts of Gold’ Redbud Cercis canadensis ‘Hearts of Gold’ Yellow summer foliage, protect from afternoon sun.

1 304 ‘Merlot’ Redbud Cercis canadensis ‘Merlot’ 15-20’ ht & spread, glossy dark purple leaves

4 128 ‘The Rising Sun’ Redbud Cercis canadensis ‘The Rising Sun’TM 12’ tall; apricot colored new leaves, turns green in summer

1 318 ‘Ozark’s Casey Lynn’ Redbud Cercis canadensis ‘Ozark’s Casey Lynn’ Not yet on the market (2015), flower is very light pink, almost white

1 271 Joy’s Pride™ Redbud Cercis canadensis ‘Morton’ Redbud with attractive dark burgundy seed pods

1 185 Whitebud Cercis canadensis var. alba Same as redbud; but with white flowers

1 251 ‘Avondale’ Redbud Cercis chinensis ‘Avondale’ 12’ ht, rounded; usually multistemmed, shrubby, heavy bloom of deep purple flowers

1 253 ‘Don Egolf’ Redbud Cercis chinensis ‘ Don Egolf’ 9’ by 9’, shrub form of redbud. Heavily flowered, early bloom, seedless

1 57 ‘Traveller’ Weeping Redbud Cercis canadensis var. texensis ‘Traveller’ a weeping Texas redbud with very glossy green leaves

3 273 Desert Willow Chilopsis linearis 15-25’ large shrub to small tree; requires well-drained dry soils; flowers June-August

1 267 Chinese Fringe Tree Chionanthus retusus 15-25’ tall; white flowers in May-June, heat tolerant

4 215 ‘Prairie Pink’ Flowering Dogwood Cornus florida ‘Prairie Pink’ A pink compact form, parent plant in Wichita, plant in shade of other trees, not in full sun!

2/45; 7/242 Corneliancherry Dogwood Cornus mas 20’ tall, 15’ wide; yellow flowers very early spring, needs moist well-drained soil

2 268 ‘Royal Purple’ Smoketree Cotinus coggygria ‘Royal Purple’ compact plant, the darkest purple leaved cultivar

6 249 Purple-leaf Smoketree Cotinus coggygria 10-15’ ht & spread, purple foliage, requires excellent drainage, dry site

6 250 ‘Grace’ Smoketree Cotinus hybrid ‘Grace’ 20’ (C. obovatus x C. coggygria ‘Velvet Cloak’),massive pink flowers, yellow/orange/red fall color

4 261 American Smoketree Cotinus obovatus 15’ tall by 10’ wide; very drought tolerant, green leaves in summer, bright orange/red in fall

2 200 Washington Hawthorn Crataegus phaenopyrum 20–25’ ht & spread; thorny – makes good barrier; susceptible to rust

1 207 Winterberry Euonymus Euonymus bungeanus 15’ tall, drought tolerant, attractive small berries in fall

7 277 Carnose Euonymus/Fleshy-flowered Spindletree Euonymus carnosus 10-20’ tall; lustrous dark green leaves turn red-purple in autumn; scarlet seeds, very rare

7 244 ‘Cherry Berry’ Possumhaw Ilex decidua ‘Cherry Berry’ female deciduous holly, large cherry size red fruit

7 245 ‘Escort’ Possumhaw Ilex decidua ‘Escort’ 20’ ht & spread, male deciduous holly, glossy green leaves, globe-shaped crown

7 246 ‘Grace’ Possumhaw Ilex decidua ‘Grace’ female deciduous holly, red fruit

7 270 ‘Warren’s Red’ Possumhaw Ilex decidua ‘Warren’s Red’ 12’ tall; profusion of red berries; tolerates wet or dry sites, needs male pollinator

2 224,225 ‘Royal Star’ Star Magnolia Magnolia stellata ‘Royal Star’ 12-15’ rounded, white flowers early spring, deciduous

3 197 Sweetbay Magnolia Magnolia virginiana will grow multistem to 10-20’ tall and wide. Prefer moist acid soil

4 195 ‘Candied Apple’ Crabapple Malus ‘Candied Apple’ 10–15’ tall; pendulous branches; pink flowers; ⅝” red persistent fruit

1 106 ‘Louisa’ Crabapple Malus ‘Louisa’ 15’ by 15’ weeping form; pink flowers; yellow–amber ⅜” persistent fruit

2 59, 67 ‘Prairifire’ Crabapple Malus ‘Prairifire’ 20’ by 20’; dark purplish red flowers; dark red/purple ⅜” persistent fruit, 2002 Pride of Kansas Tree of the Year

2 206 ‘Purple Prince’ Crabapple Malus ‘Purple Prince’ 17’ rounded form, rose red flower, maroon ½ “ fruit, purple foliage becoming bronze green

4 91 ‘Red Baron’ Crabapple Malus ‘Red Baron’ 20’ by 12’ columnar; reddish pink flowers; glossy dark red ½” fruit

4 107 ‘Red Jade’ Crabapple Malus ‘Red Jade’ 15’ weeping; white flowers; glossy red ½” fruits desired by birds

1 12 Golden Raindrops™ Crabapple Malus transitoria ‘Schmidtcutleaf’ 15–20’ rounded; pink bud opening to white flower; golden yellow ¼” diameter fruit

2 181 ‘Snowdrift’ Crabapple Malus ‘Snowdrift’ 15–20’ rounded; full bloom of white flowers coincide with peak flight of pine tip moth; orange–red ⅜” fruit;

2 204 Sugar Tyme™ Crabapple Malus ‘Sutgzam’ 18x15’, upright oval form, pink buds open to white

2 58 Zumi Crabapple Malus x zumi 20’ tall pyramidal habit; white flowers; red ⅜” fruits

2 265 ‘Candymint’ Crabapple Malus sargentii ‘Candymint’ 10’ tall; 15-18’ wide; . Reddish new leaves. Flowers are pink with a reddish edge.

1 218 ‘Chaparral’ Weeping Mulberry Morus alba ‘Chaparral’ 15’ tall and wide, fruitless; bright green leaves, weeping form, may plant under utility lines

3 79 Moongold Apricot Prunus Americana a fruiting apricot, but we grow it for the spring flowers

3 145 ‘Canada Red’ Chokecherry Prunus virginiana 'Canada Red' 25’ tall by 20’; white flowers in clusters, green leaves turn purple in summer; suckers a problem

6 231 Chinese Quince Pseudocydonia sinensis 20’ tall by 15’; full sun, beautiful peeling bark, rare, 7” long fruit

4 233 Rhamnella Rhamnella franguloides 20’ tall by 15’; experimental, brilliant yellow fall color, moist site

6 254 Indian Cherry/Carolina Buckthorn Frangula caroliniana 10-15’ tall & wide; naturescape plant, attractive to birds, glossy leaf, white flower, black berry

4 269 ‘Cascade Falls’ Weeping Bald Cypress Taxodium distichum ‘Cascade Falls’ A weeping Bald Cypress that grows to the height of staking/training

4 103 ‘Peve Minaret’ Bald Cypress Taxodium distichum ‘Peve Minaret’ up to 20’ tall, dense-tight columnar form

6 157,165 Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum Viburnum rufidulum 10-20’ tall, glossy leaves, white flowers, shrub to tree forms, native to SE KS

3 175 ‘Sherwood’ Jujube (Chinese Date) Ziziphus jujube ‘Sherwood’ 15-25’ tall; glossy leaves, self fertile produces large sweet fruit; tolerates poor, dry, sandy soil



Medium Deciduous Trees (usually 20–40 feet at maturity)

1/13; 4/90 Trident Maple Acer buergerianum 25–30’ by 20–30; fall color yellow to red/purple

2 35 Queen Elizabeth™ Hedge Maple Acer campestre ‘Evelyn’ 25–35’ rounded; good small maple for dry alkaline soils

2 302 Paperbark Maple Acer griseum 20-30’ by 15-30’; cinnamon exfoliating bark, bronze to red in fall, moist but well-drained soils

1 213 Pacific Sunset™ Shantung Maple Acer truncatum ‘Warrenred’ 30 x 25’, upright-spreading, bright yellow-orange to red in fall, hybrid of Shantung and Norway

1 306 Crimson Sunset® Maple Acer truncatum x Acer platanoides 'JFS-KW202'

3/81; 4/94 Shantung Maple Acer truncatum 25–30’ rounded; yellow flowers early spring; new leaves reddish,

Shantung Maple – 2003 Pride of Kansas Tree of the Year

3 83 ‘Brioti’ Red Horsechestnut Aesculus x carnea ‘Briotii’ 30-40’ rounded, up to 10” panicles of red flowers

1 16 Pyramidal European Hornbeam Carpinus betulus ‘Fastigiata’ 30-40’ by 20’; nice formal columnar tree

3 198 Chitalpa x Chitalpa tashkentensis 25-30’; lavender flowers in mid-late summer; a hybrid of catalpa and desert willow

1 201 American Yellowwood Cladrastis kentukea 30–50’ by 40–55’; needs well drained soil; tolerates high pH; protect from wind

1 208 ‘Imperial’ Honeylocust Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis ‘Imperial’ 35’ tall, matures at lower height, spreading form, usually podless

4 99 Goldenraintree Koelreuteria paniculata 30–40’ rounded; yellow flowers; drought tolerant; easy to grow; host to boxelder bugs

3 88 ‘Whiteshield’ Osage Orange Maclura pomifera ‘Whiteshield’ 30–40’ rounded; thornless; heat and drought tolerant; glossy green leaves; yellow fall foliage

1 7 ‘Bracken’s Brown Beauty’ Magnolia Magnolia grandiflora ‘Bracken’s Brown Beauty’ 30’ tall by 20’; one of the most cold hardy southern magnolias

2 60 Saucer Magnolia Magnolia x soulangiana 20–30’ tall with similar spread; deciduous; large pink flower

2 205 ‘Spring Snow’ Crabapple Malus ‘Spring Snow’ 20-25’ tall, dense upright oval form, fruitless, white flowers

3 80 ‘Stribling’ Cutleaf White Mulberry Morus alba ‘Stribling’ 40 by 30’; fruitless; excellent fall color; fast growth; tolerates tough sites

4 121 Chinese Pistache Pistacia chinensis 30–40’ rounded; heat and drought tolerant; excellent fall color of yellow/orange to red

1 318 Western Son ® Redbud Pistacia chinensis ‘Pair’s Choice’ New introduction in 2015, male tree (seedless), yellow/orange fall color

3/176; 6/174 Prairie Gold® Aspen Populus tremuloies ‘NE-Arb’ 30’ by 15’; Nebraska native adapted to heat and humidity, Intro of NE Statewide Arboretum

6 255 Chinese Wingnut Pterocarya stenoptera a trial plant

2 199 ‘Aristocrat’ Callery Pear Pyrus calleryana ‘Aristocrat’ 40–45’ by 25’; wider branch angle & less storm breakage than ‘Bradford’

4 186 ‘Capital’ Callery Pear Pyrus calleryana ‘Capital’ 32’ by 8’ columnar habit; white spring flowers

1 29–30 ‘Chanticleer’ or ‘Cleveland Select’ Callery Pear Pyrus calleryana ‘Chanticleer’ 40’ by 25 formal pyramidal shape; narrower than ‘Bradford’

3/76 4/115 Yellow Chestnut Oak/Chinkapin Oak Quercus muehlenbergii 35–40+’ by 40–45; drought and alkaline soil tolerant; 2009 Pride of Kansas Tree of the Year

3 260 Escarpment Live Oak Quercus virginiana var fusiformis 20-40’ a selection from New Mexico being tested for hardiness here

5 63 Western Soapberry Sapindus drummondii 40’ tall, rounded; drought tolerant; white flowers in June; translucent berries thru winter; suckers

5 66 Korean Evodia Tetradium daniellii 25-30’ by 30-40’; white flower clusters in June-Aug; lustrous dark green foliage

7 132 Emerald Sunshine® Elm Ulmus propinqua 30 by 25’; vase shape smaller elm; disease and insect resistant, dark green in summer
Large & Very Large Deciduous Trees (large are usually 40–60 feet at maturity; very large are usually mature at over 60 feet)

4 112 Autumn Blaze® Maple Acer x Freemani ‘Jeffersred’ 50’ by 40; orange red fall color; brittle branches; protect young trunk from sunburn

1 182 ‘October Glory’ Red Maple Acer rubrum ‘October Glory’ 40–50’ tall, grew 1’1”/yr in 10yr Wichita trial; late fall orange red fall color; protect from sunburn

2/264; 3/77 ‘Autumn Splendor’ Sugar Maple Acer saccharum ‘Autumn Splendor’ upright/oval, large rapidly growing Caddo, red fall color; developed by Dr John C. Pair

2 142 ‘John Pair’ Sugar Maple Acer saccharum ‘John Pair’ 40’ tall; red fall color; Dense rounded form; 2008 Pride of Kansas Tree of the Year

2 41 ‘Legacy’ Sugar Maple Acer saccharum ‘Legacy’ 50’ by 35’; thick tough tatter resistant leaf; orange/yellow/red in fall; drought tolerant; protect from sunburn

2 226 Oregon Trail TM Sugar Maple Acer saccharum ‘Hiawatha 1’ Native to Hiawatha KS. From the most colorful maples along the Oregon Trail in Hiawatha

1 216 Dura-Heat™ River Birch Betula nigra ‘BNMTF’ Smaller than species, heat tolerant, dark green leaves, leaf spot resistant

1 1,5,10,20,21 River Birch Betula nigra 40–60’ by 40–50’; copper bark; better adapted than white birch; prefers acid soil

3 87 Northern Catalpa Catalpa speciosa 40–60’ by 20–40’; drought tolerant; white popcorn flower; susceptible to verticillium wilt

2 37,38,141 ‘Prairie Pride’ Hackberry Celtis occidentalis ‘Prairie Pride’ 40–60’ ht & spread; native drought tolerant tree; resistant to witches’ broom

3 310 Prairie Sentinel® Hackberry Celtis occidentalis 'JFS-KSU1' 45’ tall by 12’ wide; a columnar hackberry, western Kansas selection

2 61 Common Persimmon Diospyros virginiana 35–60’ by 20–35’, slow growth; “alligator” bark; interesting native tree

3 143 Hardy Rubber Tree Eucommia ulmoides 40-60’ by 40-60; pest free, drought tolerant, leaf contains 3% rubber on a dry weight basis

2 53, 68 ‘Rosehill’ White Ash Fraxinus americana ‘Rosehill’ 50’ by 30, bronze red fall color; very susceptible to borers

4 111 ‘Urbanite’ Green Ash Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘Urbanite’ 50’ by 40’; bronze fall color; seedless; susceptible to borers

1 8–9 Ginkgo Gingko biloba 50–60’ by 25–40’, slow growth; yellow fall color

3 85 ‘Autumn Gold’ Ginkgo Ginkgo biloba ‘Autumn Gold’ 50’ by 30’ symmetrical broad conical form; excellent golden yellow fall color; male

3 86 ‘Magyar’ Gingko Gingko biloba ‘Magyar’ Uniform upright form; male

4 92 Presidential Gold™ Ginkgo Ginkgo biloba ‘The President’ Upright oval-rectangular form; ascending branches, yellow fall color, male (fruitless)

2 232 Street Keeper® Columnar Honeylocust Gleditsia tricanthos 'Draves' 45’ tallby18’ wide, strongly upright; thornless and almost podless

1 11 ‘Shademaster’ Honeylocust Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis ‘Shademaster’ 45’ by 35’, grew 1’ 10.7”/yr over a 10 yr period at John C Pair Hort Center, Wichita

4 177–178 ‘Shademaster’ Honeylocust Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis ‘Shademaster’ ascending branches; dark green leaves; yellow fall color; essentially seedless

4 124 ‘Skyline’ Honeylocust Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis ‘Skyline’ 45’ tall, 35’ spread, 1999 Urban Tree of the Year, yellow in fall

4 114 Kentucky Coffeetree Gymnocladus dioicus 50–60’ by 25–40’; yellow in fall, bold winter habit; female trees have large bean pods;

7 134,140 Kentucky Coffeetree Gymnocladus dioicus native to Kansas, 2006 Pride of Kansas tree of the year

6 164,166 Black Walnut Juglans nigra 50–75’ tall; native; attract squirrels; restricts growth of tomato & some other nearby plants

2 210 ‘Rotundiloba’ Sweet Gum Liquidambar styraciflua ‘Rotundiloba’ Seedless! More narrow pyramidal form than species, rounded leaf edge, hardy to–10F

1 22-24 ‘Slender Silhouette’ Sweet Gum Liquidambar styraciflua ‘Slender Silhouette’ 40’ tall and 3’ wide at maturity

1 28 Sweet Gum Liquidambar styraciflua 50–75’ by 35–50’; surface roots, prefers moist soils,

2 33, 34 Sweet Gum Liquidambar styraciflua fall color from yellow to orange/red/purple/green throughout tree

4 234 Dawn Redwood Metasequoia glyptostroboides 70’ tall, fast growth, looks like bald cypress, prefers moist sites, thought extinct until 1941

3/89; 7/220 ‘Bloodgood’ London Planetree Platanus x acerifolia ‘Bloodgood’ 60–80’ by 50–65’; best resistance to anthracnose; ornamental bark

3 301 Exclamation!™ London Planetree Platanus x acerifolia ‘Morton Circle’ 60 by 45’; strong central leader, upright pyramidal habit, resistant to powdery mildew

1 18-19 Sawtooth Oak Quercus acutissima 40–50’ by 30–45’; tolerates alkaline soil; glossy leaves; brown in fall; leaves hold though winter

6 276 White Oak Quercus alba 50-80’ ht and spread; prefers acid soils with pH of 5.5-6.5

2 40,43,44,46 Swamp White Oak Quercus bicolor 50–60’ by 40–60’; yellow to red fall color; 1998 Urban Tree of the Year; prefers moist acid soil

1 17 Texas Red Oak Quercus buckleyi 50’ tall; tolerates drought and alkaline soil, good fall color

4/110; 3-78 Shingle Oak Quercus imbricaria 50–60’ by 40–60’; adapted to alkaline soil; magnolia like leaves brown in fall & hold thru winter

2 42, 52 Bur Oak Quercus macrocarpa 60–80’ by 50–70; large native tree; tolerates alkaline soil; few problems;

4/109; 7/133,137 Bur Oak Quercus macrocarpa 2001 Urban Tree of the Year; 2005 Pride of Kansas tree of the year

2 228 Water Oak Quercus nigra 50’ rounded; prefers moist and slightly acidic sites, used as street tree in the southern US

3 69 Nuttall Oak Quercus nuttallii 40-60’ central leader form, red fall color, tolerates wet sites, fast growth

2 238 Willow Oak Quercus phellos 40-60’ by 30-40’; rounded form with willow shaped leaves, med-fast growth

3 51 English Oak Quercus robur 40–60’ by 45–65’; large tree; adapted statewide; 2007 Pride of Kansas Tree of the Year

4 119–120 Columnar English Oak Quercus robur var. fastigiata 50–60’ by 10–15’ beautiful columnar tree is useful in narrow spaces

4 187 ‘Crimson Spire’ English Oak Quercus robur ‘Crimson Spire’ Columnar shape, red fall color

1 15 ‘Scarlet Letter’ Oak Quercus robur x alba ‘Scarlet Letter” Very tight columnar form

5 64 Regal Prince® Oak Quercus x warei 'Long' Columnar; English/Swamp White hybrid; mildew resistant

3 70–72 Red Oak Quercus rubra 60–75’ by 40–60’, fast growing; good autumn color

4 108 Shumard Oak Quercus shumardii 60–80’ by 40–60’; drought tolerant; good autumn color; 2011 Pride of Kansas Tree of the Year

6 272 Post Oak Quercus stellata 40-60’ tall; rounded; native to southeast KS on poor dry gravelly rocky sites

3 188 Kindred Spirit Oak Quercus x warei ‘Nadler’ 30’ tall by 6’ wide; English/Swamp White Oak hybrid, powdery mildew resistant

7 221 ‘Regent’ Japanese Pagodatree Styphnolobium japonica ‘Regent’ 40-60’ tall; rounded form, creamy white flowers late July, green/yellow pea-like pods

5/122–123; 7/138-139 Baldcypress Taxodium distichum 50–70’ by 20–50’; good pest resistance; bronze autumn color; tolerates wet soils;

2012 Pride of Kansas Tree of the Year

7 305 ‘Shawnee Brave’ Bald Cypress Taxodium distichum ‘Shawnee Brave’ 50’ tall by 20’; dense pyramidal form

4 247 Bald Cypress (Frio) Taxodium distichum A seedling source from Frio River area of Texas, reported tolerant of high pH soils


1 184 Contorted Bald Cypress Taxodium distichum A new plant under observation. Planted 2014

7 230 ‘Legend’ American Linden Tilia Americana ‘Legend’ 50’ tall pyramidal form; thick dark green leaves; protect from hot wind; does best in northern KS


2/232; 5/223 Pondcypress Taxodium distichum var. imbricarium

4 202 ‘Redmond’ American Linden Tilia Americana ‘Redmond’ 50’ tall pyramidal form; protect from hot wind; does best in northern KS


1 14 Littleleaf Linden Tilia cordata 35–45’ by 25–40’; protect from hot wind; does best in northern part of Kansas

1 3 ‘Princeton’ American Elm Ulmus Americana ‘Princeton’ 50’+ tall, spreading habit, impressive growth in K-State research

7 222 ‘Valley Forge’ American Elm Ulmus americana 'Valley Forge' large vase shaped elm; tolerant to Dutch Elm Disease; introduced by U.S. National Arboretum

7 235 Accolade™ Elm Ulmus japonica x wilsoniana ‘Morton’ 50-80’ tall, American elm-like glossy green leaves; resistant to DED & leaf beetle

7 236 Cedar Elm Ulmus crassifolia 40-60’ tall, 40’ wide, corky wings on stem, drought tolerant

7 274 Frontier Elm Ulmus ‘Frontier’ red fall color, vase shape; U. carpinifolia x U. parvifolia; lustrous dark green foliage

2 47,48,50 Lacebark Elm Ulmus parvifolia 40–60’ by 35–50’; lacey ornamental bark; drought tolerant; tough and durable tree are

3 49;75 Lacebark Elm Ulmus parvifolia best of the elms for KS; susceptible to ice breakage

4 95,96,117,118 Lacebark Elm Ulmus parvifolia Lacebark elm designated 2010 Pride of Kansas Tree of the Year

7 227 Bosque® Lacebark Elm Ulmus parvifolia ‘UPMTF’ Central dominant leader, parent tree is 18’ by 8’, lustrous dark green leaf

7 116 ‘Emerald Prairie’ Lacebark Elm Ulmus parvifolia ‘Emerald Prairie’ Upright spreading form/vase shaped habit, resistant to leaf spot, K-State introduction

7 278 Prospector Elm Ulmus wilsoniana 40’ tall; 30’ spread; American Elm habit but smaller size; highly resistant to DED and ELB

7 237 ‘Green Vase’ Zelkova Zelkova serrata ‘Green Vase’ 60-70’ tall, 40-50’ wide; vase shaped; upright branching; orange-brown to bronze-red fall color

7 275 ‘Musashino’ Zelkova Zelkova serrata ‘Musashino’ 45’ tall by 20’; upright habit; moderate growth rate



Evergreen Trees

3 130 California Incense-cedar Calocedrus decurrens 30’ tall; 8-10’ spread; similar to a narrow arborvitae; tolerates heat and drought

3 129 Atlas Cedar Cedrus atlantica up to 60’ tall; Specimen plant, protect from wind, prefers moist, well drained

4 300 Blue Atlas Cedar Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca’ 40’ tall, 30’ wide; drought tolerant, avoid wet sites, nice specimen plant

3 113 ‘Kashmir’ Deodar Cedar Cedrus deodara 'Kashmir' 35-40’ tall; protect from winter wind; one of the most cold tolerant of C. deodara

3 311 Stenocoma Cedar of Lebanon Cedrus libani var. stenocoma

4 97 Leyland Cypress X Cupressocyparis leylandii 60’ by 10-15’; likes fertile, moist, well-drained soils in full sun

2 190 Chinese Juniper Juniperus chinensis Upright Chinese junipers are apple/hawthorn rust and bot canker resistant

1 263 ‘Blue Point’ Juniper Juniperus chinensis ‘Blue Point’ 15’ tall; 3’ spread; pyramidal form; disease resistant

4 100 ‘Keteleeri’ Chinese Juniper Juniperus chinensis ‘Keteleeri’ 15–20’ tall, pyramidal form; gray green to light green

7/281; 4/102 Dwarf Keteleeri Juniper Juniperus chinensis ‘Keteleeri’ (dwarf form) 8-12’ tall; a dwarf form, grafted by Hillside Nursery in Wichita

2 179-180 Hollywood Chinese Juniper Juniperus chinensis ‘Torulosa’ Upright and twisted, may become windswept, 15’ in 15 years

1 125, 191,307 ‘Robusta Green’ Chinese Juniper Juniperus chinensis ‘Robusta Green’ 15’ tall, narrow upright form; brilliant green foliage


2 55 ‘Spartan’ Chinese Juniper Juniperus chinensis ‘Spartan’ 20’ tall, pyramidal to columnar form; fast growth; rich green color

6 192-194 ‘Spartan’ Chinese Juniper Juniperus chinensis ‘Spartan’ tops are susceptible to bot like canker disease/death

3 170 ‘Meyeri’ Juniper Juniperus squamata ‘Meyeri’ a large shrub that can be used for screening. Matures at 10’

6 167–171 Eastern Redcedar Juniperus virginiana 40’ by 20’; cedar native to all of Kansas; heavily used in windbreaks;

7 135–136 Eastern Redcedar Juniperus virginiana susceptible to cedar–apple/hawthorn rust

2/54, 56; 1/6 Canaert Eastern Redcedar Juniperus virginiana ‘Canaertii ‘ 20–35’ tall, artistic tufted growth form of Redcedar; susceptible to rust; attractive w/age

7 280 Dwarf Canaert Juniper Juniperus virginiana ‘Canaertii’ (dwarf form) 8-12’ tall; a dwarf form of Canaertii grafted by Hillside Nursery in Wichita

1 26 ‘Trail of Tears’ Weeping Eastern Redcedar Juniperus virginiana discovered and produced by Raymond Sharon of Wichita

1 98 Oxford Juniper Juniperus virginiana ‘Oxford Green’ 20-25 by 6-8’; upright informal shape, good specimens @ John C Pair Center, not in trade

6/239-241; 282-298; 1/256 ‘Taylor’ Juniper Juniperus virginiana ‘Taylor’ 25’ tall, 3’ wide; formal columnar form. An Italian Cypress-look for the plains. Nebraska native

2 252 Lacebark Pine Pinus bungeana 30-50’ tall, 20-35’ spread; slow growing specimen tree, attractive bark; drought tolerant

3 146–147 Pinyon Pine Pinus cembroides var. edulis 10–20’ tall, slow growing small pine; drought tolerant

3 84 Bosnian Pine Pinus heldreichii 40’ by 10’; slow growth; drought tolerant once established, compact dense growth

3 73 Austrian Pine Pinus nigra susceptible to Sphaeropsis tip blight when older and Dothistroma needle blight

6 149–163 Austrian Pine Pinus nigra if trees are crowded

4 101 ‘Oregon Green’ Austrian Pine Pinus nigra ‘Oregon Green’ 18-20’ tall, 15’ wide; a slow growing Aust. Pine; bottlebrush appearance; specimen plant

4 104,105,203 Southwestern White Pine Pinus strobiformis 40–60’ tall, medium growth rate; soft needles

3 303 Berkman’s Golden Arborvitae Platycladrus orientalis ‘Aurea Nana’ 6’ tall; good for screening

3 308 ‘Blue Cone’ Arborvitae Platycladrus orientalis ‘Blue Cone’ 15-20 by 15-20’, upright egg-shaped; dark green foliage with bluish cast; screening

3 309 ‘Goldspire’ Arborvitae Platycladrus orientalis ‘Goldspire’ up to 20’tall; 10’ wide; nice deep gold winter color, tolerant of drought and poor soils



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