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Ash Green (Fraxinus pennsylvanica)
A fast growing tree with incredible golden yellow leaves in the fall. This tree is native to the prairies and is well suited for drought and cold. Green ash can also tolerate soil compaction, periods of flooding and a wide variety of soils including alkaline making green ash ideally suited for use in urban and rural environments.
Birch Paper (Betula papyrifera)
Reddish young bark matures to attractive chalk-white colour. Dark green foliage turns a striking yellow-gold in fall.
Buffaloberry Silver (Shepherdia argentea)
A rugged shrub that can handle a wide variety of growing conditions. It has attractive fuzzy, narrow silver foliage on thorny branches. Produces bright red edible fruit.
Caragana Common (Caragana arborescens)
A fast growing shrub that is known for its exceptional hardiness and drought tolerance. Pea-shaped yellow flowers in late spring. Dark green lobed foliage. Although it’s most commonly planted in shelterbelts, caragana is also an excellent hedge or feature shrub.
Chokeberry McKenzie (Aronia melanocarpa)
A shrub with a round, upright growth habit. Beautiful white flowers emerge in spring. Glossy dark green leaves turn shades of oranges and reds in the fall. Produces large, black, juicy fruit that may be eaten fresh, used in baking, cooking, juice, or in jams and jellies. Makes an excellent shelterbelt or efficient windbreak. Self-pollinating but will produce more fruit if another aronia is present.
Chokecherry (Prunus virginiana)
A shrub or small tree that produces long clusters of small white blooms in the spring followed by edible dark purple fruit that mature between September and October. The cherries are great for making jams, jellies, and wine. Commonly used for reclamation and field windbreaks.
Chokecherry Robert (Prunus virginiana)
A shrub or small tree that produces very large berries. One of the sweeter chokecherries. Good yield. The berries are great for fresh eating, making jams, jellies, and wine. Red foliage makes for a beautiful addition to any landscape.
Dogwood Red Osier (Cornus sericea)
Deep green foliage turns reddish-purple in fall. Showy white flowers in summer are followed by bluish-white berries that attract birds in winter. Dark red bark provides an attractive shrub in winter. Often used as a garden hedge. It is frequently used for waterway bank erosion protection and restoration in North America. Its root system provides excellent soil retention. Very tolerant of wet conditions. Hardy.
Hawthorn Arnold (Crataegus arnoldiana)
A broadly rounded, low-branched tree with wide-spreading, horizontal branches. The leaves are simple, oval-shaped, with serrated edges. Beautiful clusters of white flowers in spring are followed by bright red berries mid-summer. An attractive ornamental tree. Also used in windbreaks and riparian planting. The fruit can be made into jams and jellies.
Larch Siberian (Larix sibirica)
A large, cold hardy conifer. Arching branches with clusters of long soft green needles turn golden yellow in fall before dropping.
Lilac Villosa (Syringa prestoniae)
A late lilac with fragrant mauve flowers grow in clusters at the end of its branches during mid to late summer and fade to a light pink as it matures. A relatively large and cold hardy shrub with excellent privacy and wind protection. Grows quickly and is very drought resistant, making it most suitable for the outer row of a shelterbelt. Its roots are non-suckering.
Maple Amur (Acer ginnala)
A small, graceful, incredibly colourful tree. Fragrant pale yellow flowers in spring. Attractive glossy green lobed foliage turns fiery red in fall. This tree is perfectly suited for urban environments. Its small size allows you to plant it in city yards and beneath power lines.
Maple Tatarian (Acer tataricum)
A small, multi-stemmed tree features attractive red foliage in fall. Very hardy.
Pine Scots (Pinus sylvestris)
A hardy, fast growing, adaptable evergreen. This large tree has an oval crown and distinctively cinnamon-brown bark when mature. The most common pine for shelterbelts and windbreaks. A favorite Christmas tree variety.
Poplar Okanese (Populus)
Hardy, fast growing, pyramidal to shapely oval form tree. Large serrated heart-shaped leaves turn yellow in fall. Produces no fuzz. Cold tolerant. Disease resistant. Excellent shelterbelt.
Poplar Prairie Sky (Populus ‘x’ canadensis)
A fast growing columnar hybrid poplar. The green foliage turns yellow in fall. No fuzz. Excellent cold hardiness. Great for shelterbelts, screening, and windbreaks.
Poplar Sundancer (Populus ACWS151)
A hardy, fast growing columnar variety with a narrowly formed crown. Green heart-shaped foliage turns yellow in fall. No fuzz. Makes great windbreaks and shelterbelts.
Poplar Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides)
Hardy, fast growing tree with pyramidal form maturing to round-shaped crown. Dark green rounded leaves tremble in the slightest breeze turn a beautiful golden-yellow in fall. Excellent for reclamation.
Poplar Tristis (Populus)
An extremely cold hardy deciduous tree. Very fragrant balsam buds in early spring. Dark green summer foliage turns bright yellow in fall. Nice round canopy. Disease resistant. Suitable for large properties.
Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides)
A shrub that produces attractive berries high in vitamin C. It is said to be effective in treating various ailments. Many people believe consuming the berries helps with arthritis, infections, asthma, among other things. Because Sea Buckthorn plants have attractive pale silvery-green leaves, dense branches, and large thorns, people like to grow them in ornamental hedges or as a first row in a shelterbelt. Very popular with permaculture types who use the nitrogen fixing properties of this plant to benefit other nearby fruits.
Spruce Black Hills (Picea glauca ‘Densata’)
A superior spruce tree. Shapely Christmas tree-type evergreen is a favourite among spruce lovers. A cousin of the White Spruce, the Black Hills Spruce is often called “ornamentally superior” because of its dense uniform shape. Ideal for acreages, windbreaks, and shelterbelts. Very hardy; great for the prairies.
Spruce Colorado (Picea pungens)
Majestic pyramidal hardy evergreen is blue to green in color . Ideally suited for use in shelterbelts, privacy screens, or as accent trees.