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Garden with a Winner!™

The Top 10 Trees for Small Spaces

Huge white panicle flowers cover these tree standards turning to pink and then to bronze in late summer.

-consider other Hydrangea cultivars as well-

Pyrus calleryana ‘Cleveland Select’ (Cleveland Select Pear)

Get 4 season interest with this ornamental pear: flowers in spring, deep green foliage in summer, beautiful fall colour, small fruit for the birds in the winter!

-consider other Ornamental Pear cultivars as well-

Syringa reticulata ‘Ivory Silk’ (Ivory Silk Lilac)

Ivory Silk lilac bloom later than most flowering trees, extending the bloom season of your garden!

One of the first to bloom, these redbud are covered with lavender flowering in early spring.

This medium sized tree has large white blooms in the springtime with pinkish red fruit in fall.

This heavy blooming cherry tree is sure to impress when showing off in the spring.

Crabapples are one of the most prolific blooming trees in the spring, and they produce an edible fruit!

-consider other Crabapple cultivars as well-

Sorbus aucuparia ‘Cardinal Royal’ (Cardinal Royal Mountain Ash)

This mountain ash produces large, dense clusters of red berries which are a favourite for birds.

This tree emerges red, goes dark green for the summer and ends with a show of colour in the fall.

Koelreuteria paniculata (‘Golden Rain Tree’)

Large clusters of yellow flowers cover this drought resistant tree in summer.