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Tree Scientific Name US Native FallColor Size Flower Color Non-Native And Season White Fir Abies concolor Blue - Green Evergreen Uppermost Not Showy Tree Of Heaven Ailanthus Altissima Not Showy Uppermost Not Showy Mockernut Hickory Carya tomentosa Yellow Yellow Uppermost Not Showy (catkins in Spring) Blue Atlas Cedar Cedrus Atlantica 'Glauca' Blue - Green Evergreen Uppermost Cone Shape Persiting Into The Winter Hinoki Cypress Chamaecyparis obtusa Green Evergreen Uppermost Not Showy Cyrptomeria, Japanese Cedar Cryptomeria Japonica Dark Green Evergreen Uppermost Not Showy Ginko Tree, Maidenhair Tree Ginko Biloba Yellow Yellow Uppermost Not Showy (Spring) Black Walnut Juglans nigra Not Showy Uppermost Not Showy Creeping Juniper Juniperus horizontalis Blue - Green Evergreen Undermost Not Showy Eastern Red Cedar Juniperus virginiana Blue - Green Evergreen Uppermost Not Showy European Larch Larix Decidua Green Yellow Uppermost Spring, Puprle Red Cones Dawn Redwood Metasequoia glyptostroboides Apricot Brown Uppermost Not Showy Norway Spruce Picea abies Dark Green Evergreen Uppermost Reddish Terminal Female Flower Serbian Spruce Picea omorika White Below Evergreen Uppermost Not Showy Oriental Spruce picea orientalis New Growth Evergreen Uppermost Spring, Puprle Red Cones Colorado Blue Spruce Picea pungens
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  • Fall '07
  • SANFORD,DAVIDLEE
  • Pinophyta, Least concern plants, Ornamental trees, Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost Undermost Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost, Uppermost Uppermost Uppermost

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