Click to Enlarge Acer X freemanii 'Autumn Blaze' AUTUMN BLAZE MAPLE
This selection is a hybrid cross that gives it the great visual properties of a Red Maple and the toughness of a Silver Maple. Autumn Blaze Maple retains its fall color for an extremely long time. This is a deciduous tree that can reach 60' high with a spread of 40'. Leaves measure 4-6 inches long, are deeply divided and turn brilliant shades of orange in the fall. USDA: 3-7 Sunset: 1-9, 14-17, 26, 28, 31-44
Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Acer rubrum 'October Glory' OCTOBER GLORY MAPLE
A large Red Maple that is one of the last to color up in the fall. This round headed, deciduous tree usually reaches 50' high and has a spread of 40'. Palmate leaves measure 3-5 inches long and turn a brilliant red color in the fall. A fast growing selection that can take on a wide range of forms. USDA: 4-8 Sunset: 1-9, 14-17, 26, 28, 31-44
Click to Enlarge Acer rubrum 'Franksred' RED SUNSET MAPLE
An upright tree when young, later developing a broad, rounded crown. This selection is deciduous and can reach 40' high with a spread of 35'. Palmate leaves measure 3-5 inches long and turn shades of orange and red in the fall. This is one of the most popular Red Maple selections of them all. USDA: 4-7 Sunset: 1-9, 14-17, 26, 28, 31-44

Ascolano Olive Tree
Very large, ellipsoidal fruit. Skin color very light even when ripe, pit very small. Fruit is tender and must be handled carefully. Contains very little bitterness and requires only moderate lye treatment. Excellent for pickles, but needs proper aeration during pickling to develop "ripe" color. Tree a heavy bearer, widely adapted.

Click to Enlarge Betula nigra 'BNMTF' Dura-Heat ® DURA HEAT BIRCH
A superior new selection of river birch from Tree Introductions. A beautiful specimen tree with exfoliating bark of white, salmon to cinnamon colors. Deep green, healthy foliage. Similar to, with various improvements over, 'Heritage'. 40' tall x 30' wide; slightly smaller than typical species Broadly pyramidal (branches readily) Zone 5-9
Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Betula utilis jacquemontii JACQUEMONTI BIRCH
The striking, bleach white bark of this Birch is breathtaking. This is a deciduous tree that usually reaches 40' high eventually having an equal spread. Ovate leaves measure 2-3 inches long and are glossy green in color. Bark is white and peals in sheets as the trunk increases in size. Tree has some resistance to leaf miners. USDA: 3-8 Sunset: 3-11, 14-17, 31-34, 39
Click to Enlarge Jacaranda mimosifolia JACARANDA
Spectacular purple flowers of this tree make in a winner in your landscape. A sometimes deciduous tree that generally reaches 30-40' high and spreads 25'. Leaves are bi-pinnate and resemble those of a fern. Purple flowers appear on 8 inch clusters in the spring. Tree is resistant to oak root fungus. Flowering is promoted in warmer climates. USDA: 10-11 Sunset: 12, 13, 15-25, 27
Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Magnolia grandiflora SOUTHERN MAGNOLIA
A graceful tree with broad, spreading braches and fragrant, white flowers. This Magnolia is evergreen in nature and can reach 80' high with a spread of 50'. Leaves are glossy green on top and brown and fuzzy on the bottom. Large, white flowers bloom throughout the summer and fall. Tree is resistant to oak root fungus. This is the perfect tree for a park or other large landscape. USDA: 7-9 Sunset: 4-12, 14-24, 26-33
  Magnolia grandiflora ‘Samuel Sommer' SAMUEL SOMMER MAGNOLIA
This tree takes on a broad form and blooms at an early age. Generally this selection reaches 40' high and has an equal spread. The leaves of this tree measure 8-10 inches long. This Magnolia is a heavy bloomer with flowers that measure over 1 foot in width. Tree is resistant to oak root fungus. USDA: 7-9 Sunset: 4-12, 14-24, 26-32
Click to Enlarge Magnolia x Soulangiana SAUCER MAGNOLIA
Large white and pink, cup-shaped flowers appear in spring before summer foliage. Deep green, summer foliage turns brown in fall. Foliage: Deciduous broadleaf Height: 25 feet Spread: 20 feet Shape: Bushy Zone: 5 to 9 Light: Partial shade to full sun Moisture: Wet, moist, or dry Soil Type: Sandy or loam pH Range: 3.5 to 7.0

Manzanillo Olive Tree
Very large, ellipsoidal fruit. Skin color very light even when ripe, pit very small. Fruit is tender and must be handled carefully. Contains very little bitterness and requires only moderate lye treatment. Excellent for pickles, but needs proper aeration during pickling to develop "ripe" color. Tree a heavy bearer, widely adapted.

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Olea europaea EUROPEAN OLIVE
The Olive is one of the most well known trees in today's landscape. This is an evergreen medium size tree that can reach 30' high with an equal spread. Leaves measure 1-2 inches in length. Yellow flowers occur in the springtime developing into green fruits that mature to black. The Olive Tree can exhibit drought tolerance once established. USDA: 9-11 Sunset: 8, 9, 11-24
  Olea europaea ‘Wilsonii' WILSON OLIVE
This is a great selection of Olive that bears no fruit. Wilson Olive is a evergreen tree that reaches 25-30' high with a similar spread. Leaves measure 2-4 inches long and are a dark green color. Tree can exhibit drought tolerance once established. USDA: 9-11 Sunset: 8, 9, 11-24
Click to Enlarge Parkinsonia aculeata MEXICAN PALO VERDE
This is a small size tree with great leaves and bark that is perfect for a courtyard or patio. Mexican Palo Verde is a deciduous tree that never grows more than 30' high and wide. Compound pinnate leaves measure 8-10 inches long and filter sun rather than completely block it. Yellow flowers measure 4-6 inches long and appear in the spring, then intermittently throughout the year. Bark of this tree is bright green and is very showy. USDA: 8-11 Sunset: 8-29
Click to Enlarge Pinus eldarica AFGAN PINE, MONDEL PINE
Mondel Pine is a fast growing pine that can tolerate desert conditions, wind, heat and cold. This is an evergreen conifer that usually grows to a height of 60' and a spread of 40'. Needles measure 5-6 inches long, are born in 2's and are dark green in color. Tree is native to semi-arid areas of eastern Asia and can exhibit drought tolerance once established. USDA: 6-10 Sunset: 7-9, 11-24, 29, 30, 33
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Pinus eldarica AFGAN PINE, MONDEL PINE - Specimen Trees
Picture on left is a 84" box
Picture on right is a 96" box

  Pinus halepensis ALEPPO PINE
This pine can take on many forms when young eventually taking on a rounded crown. The Aleppo Pine is a evergreen conifer that grows nearly 60' high and 30' wide. Needles measure 2-4 inches long, are born in 2's and are light green in color. Bark forms handsome orange brown plates. Tree can withstand harsh conditions like heat, wind, seacoast and poor quality soils with good drainage. USDA: 8-11 Sunset: 8, 9, 11-24
Click to Enlarge Pistacia chinensis CHINESE PISTACHE
The showy display of foliage in the fall make this tree great for any garden. This deciduous tree grows to heights of 40-50' high and has an equal spread. Pinnate leaves measure 18 inches long and turn a brilliant red color in the fall. Tree is resistant to oak root fungus. This tree is one of the only trees that will produce red fall color in the desert. USDA: 6-9 Sunset: 4-24, 26, 28-33
Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Platanus racemosa CALIFORNIA SYCAMORE
The California Sycamore does well in lawns, parks, or as a street tree. This fast growing deciduous tree can reach 60-80' high with a spread of 30-50'. Leaves are palmate and measure 6-12 inches long. Beautiful bark of this tree peels to show mottled brown, white, and tan patches underneath. This tree is resistant to oak root fungus. Tree is native to stream areas in California and as such does very well when planted in lawns where excess moisture is present. USDA: 7-10 Sunset: 4-24
Click to Enlarge Platanus racemosa CALIFORNIA SYCAMORE - Specimen Trees
84" box
Click to Enlarge Prunus cerasifera ‘Thundercloud' THUNDERCLOUD PURPLE-LEAF PLUM
Dark red, almost black, leaves give this tree a great look. This is a deciduous tree with a more rounded form than ‘Krauter Vesuvius' that can reach a height and width of 20'. Leaves measure 2-3 inches long and are a dark, dark red color. Light pink to white colored flowers appear in the spring. This is one of the first Prunus to bloom in the spring. Tree is resistant to oak root fungus. USDA: 5-9 Sunset: 3-24, 28, 31-34, 39
Click to Enlarge Prunus virginiana ‘Canada Red' CANADA RED CHOKECHERRY
This Chokecherry is a great tree that ends up having a pleasing, rounded head. Deciduous by nature, this tree generally grows to a height of 20-30' with an equal spread. Leaves measure 2-4 inches long and are green in color when new then turning dark red at maturity. Fragrant, white flowers appear in spring and are followed by small, black, astringent “cherries”. A very tough tree native to Eastern United States. USDA: 2-7 Sunset: 1-3, 10
Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Quercus agrifolia COAST LIVE OAK
A well-known, large, stately tree with broad-reaching limbs. This evergreen tree generally grows almost 50' high with a spread near 70'. Leaves measure 2-3 inches long and have small spines on the edge. This tree is native to drier foothill locations in California and can become drought tolerant once established. USDA: 9-10 Sunset:7-9, 14-24
Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Quercus lobata VALLEY OAK
This large, spreading tree does well in hot inland valleys. The Valley Oak is a deciduous tree that normally reaches 70' high with an equal spread, but grow much higher. Leaves measure 5-7 inches long and are lobed. Tree is native to interior valleys of the Sierra Nevada foothills. This tree is resistant to oak root fungus. USDA: 8-9 Sunset: 4-9, 12-24
Click to Enlarge Quercus suber CORK OAK
The spongy, white bark of the Cork Oak makes this tree a great feature in any landscape. This evergreen tree can attain heights of 70' high and spreads out to nearly 40'. Leaves measure 3 inches long and are toothed along the edges. Bark is spongy and is the source of “cork” used in wine bottles. USDA: 8-10 Sunset: 5-7, 8-16, 18-24
Click to Enlarge Quercus virginiana SOUTHERN LIVE OAK
This fast growing oak tolerates moist conditions making it an excellent choice for lawns or parks. Southern Live Oak is an evergreen to semi-evergreen tree that can reach 60' high with a 100' spread. Leaves are narrow, shiny green in color and measure 3-5 inches long. Bark becomes dark and checkered with age. In addition to being tolerant of moist soils this tree can also exhibit drought tolerance once established. USDA: 7-11 Sunset: 4-31
Click to Enlarge Quercus wislizenii INTERIOR LIVE OAK
Interior Live Oak is a great tree native to areas of The Western United States. This is an evergreen that reaches 40-70' high with an equal if not greater spread. Glossy green leaves measure 1-4 inches long with slightly spiny edges. This tree does well in large landscapes where it has room to spread out. USDA: 8 Sunset: 7-9, 14-16, 18-21
Click to Enlarge Rhus lancea AFRICAN SUMAC
Bark color and weeping foliage make this tree the right choice for any landscape. A medium size evergreen tree that reaches 25-30' high with a 40' spread. Leaves are divided into 3 leaflets that measure 4-5 inches long. Bark becomes brown and fissured with age. This tree is widely planted throughout the low desert areas of the western United States . USDA: 8-10 Sunset: 8, 9, 12-24, 29
Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Schinus molle CALIFORNIA PEPPER TREE
Wispy foliage and broad, spreading limbs make this tree exceptional. This is an evergreen tree that normally grows to a height and width of 40'. Pinnate leaves measure 8-10 inches long and are lace-like giving the tree a weeping effect. Yellow flowers in the spring give way to red berries in the fall. Tree can exhibit drought tolerance once established. USDA: 9-10 Sunset: 8, 9, 12-24, 28
Click to Enlarge Schinus molle CALIFORNIA PEPPER TREE - Specimen Trees
These will be 60" box trees
Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Sequoia sempervirens ‘Aptos Blue' APTOS BLUE REDWOOD
The foliage of this variety of Redwood has a blue-green cast to it making it almost glow. This is an evergreen conifer that can reach 350' high in the wild, but in less favorable areas can reach 50-60'. The leaves hang down from the tips of the branches giving it a slightly weeping look. Straight trunk has dark red, furrowed bark that runs the length of it. Tree is perfect for a lawn where supplemental irrigation is present. USDA: 7-9 Sunset: 4-9, 14-24
Click to Enlarge Fraxinus Pennsylvania CIMMERON ASH
This fast growing ash tree has beautiful purple-colored leaves in the fall. It is seedless with strong, upright branches that are resistant to storm and snow damage. The Cimmaron can grow 3 ft. or more per year in rich loose soil. It has good salt tolerance, but does not like poorly compacted soils and grows to 50 ft. in height with a broad spread.