New Varieties for SP 2017

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NEW PLANTS SPRING 2017
ACER GRISEUM (Paperbark Maple)
PAPERBARK (Acer griseum)
Zone 4 Oval rounded habit. Peeling, cinnamon to reddish
brown bark. Dark green foliage turns yellow-orange to red
in the fall. Excellent slow growing small tree for smaller
properties. Drought tolerant.

10-49   50 up
6′ Branched  41.00 36.10
5′ Branched  33.95 29.90
4′ Branched  27.1023.85
ACER RUBRUM (Red Maple)

AUTUMN FANTASY™ (Acer x freemanii ‘DTR 102′)
Zone 4 Deeply lobed leaves are rich green with excellent
bright ruby red fall color. Ascending branches form a broad
oval shape. Resists drought and crown damage due to wind
or heavy snow loads.
Plus $.90 Royalty. Grown on their own root.
8′ Whips  20.60 18.15
7′ Whips  20.20 17.80
6′ Whips  18.75 16.50
5’ Whips  16.85 14.85
CELEBRATION® (Acer x freemanii ‘Celebration’)
Zone 4 Dense, deeply lobed green foliage turns red/orange
to gold in the fall. Breakage and disease resistant.
Plus $.95 Royalty. Grown on their own root.
8′ Whips  20.60 18.15
7′ Whips  20.20 17.80
6′ Whips  18.75 16.50
5′ Whips  16.85 14.85
AMELANCHIER (Serviceberry)
ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY (Amelanchier laevis)
Zone 5 Showy, slightly fragrant, white flowers in drooping clusters
appear in early spring before the leaves. Small, edible berries
ripen to dark purpleish-black in June and resemble blueberries
in size, color and taste. Lustrous dark green leaves turn red-orange in fall.
3′ Multi-stem  17.25 15.20
2′ Multi-stem  14.30 12.60
18″ Multi-stem  11.75 10.35

FAGUS (Beech)

PURPLE WEEPING BEECH (Fagus sylvatica ‘Purpurea Pendula’)
Zone 4 Slow grower with branches that normally sweep up
and away from the center of the tree forming a mound of
red or purple foliage in spring turning to copper in fall.

10-49 50 up
6′ B&B  78.45 69.05
5′ B&B  70.30 61.85
4′ B&B  62.50 55.00
GINKGO (Maidenhair Tree)
GOLDEN GLOBE (Ginkgo biloba ‘Golden Globe’)
Zone 4 Young trees have full crowns that mature to a
broad, rounded head. Fast growing, heat tolerant, male
tree. Densely branched green foliage, turning bright
yellow in fall.
Plus $1.00 Royalty.
1″ Branched  48.45 42.65
6′ Branched  41.80 36.80
5′ Branched  36.45 32.10
GLEDITSIA (Honeylocust)
IMPERIAL® (Gleditsia triacanthos ‘Imperial’)
Zone 4 Smallest, most compact, and formal in appearance of the
Honeylocust. Graceful, spreading branch habit forms a
rounded crown. Plus $.75 Royalty.
5′ Whips  15.00 13.20
4′ Whips  12.60 11.10
GYMNOCLADUS (Kentucky Coffeetree)
DECAF™ KENTUCKY COFFEETREE (Gymnocladus dioicus ‘McKBranched’) PPAF
Zone 3 Native cultivar which consistently produces branches
leading to a well branched tree at a young age. Emerging
leaflets show a caramel coloration into early summer. New growth
is finer textured in branches, twigs and leaflets than the species.
Drought resistant, urban tolerant male selection. Plus $1.25 Royalty.
7′ Whips  24.75 21.80
6′ Whips  22.40 19.70
5′ Whips  20.80 18.30
4′ Whips  19.10 16.80

PLATANUS (London Planetree)
SUTTERNI (Platanus x acerifolia ‘Sutternii’)
Zone 4 Beautiful smooth alabaster white trunk with
exfoliating bark. Stunning green leaves are blotched and
speckled with white. Subtle pink new growth on leaf tips
in spring. Grown on their own root.

10-49 50 up
7′ Whips  16.50 14.50
6′ Whips  15.40 13.55
5′ Whips  14.30 12.60
4′ Whips  12.55 11.05
SALIX (Willow)
PRAIRIE CASCADE WILLOW (Salix ‘Prairie Cascade’)
Zone 3 A sterile hybrid weeping willow with golden stems
and bright green lustrous leaves. Fast growing with graceful
weeping branches. Small size and pest resistance make
this a better willow for landscaping. Plus $.10 Royalty.
Grown on their own root.
6′ Branched  18.10 15.95
5′ Branched  15.75 13.85
4′ Branched  14.20 12.50
SYRINGA (Lilac)
COMMON PURPLE (Syringa vulgaris)
Zone 3 Very fragrant purple flowers in mid spring make
many feel nostalgic. Best as an informal hedge or shrub
border for a natural look.
2′ Shrub  7.30 6.40
18″ Shrub  6.20 5.45
15″ Shrub  5.60 4.95

SNOWCAP™ (Syringa reticulata ‘Elliot’)
Zone 3 A very compact Japanese Tree Lilac with abundant
creamy white flowers. Thick dark green foliage and uniform
upright oval form. Drought and urban tolerant.
Plus $.75 Royalty.
6′ Whips  20.00 17.60
5′ Whips  18.35 16.15
4′ Whips  15.45 13.60

WEIGELA
RED PRINCE (Weigela florida ‘Red Prince’)
Zone 4 Showy bright red, fade resistant flowers appear
primarily on last year’s growth. Blooms in early spring
through summer. Useful as shrub border.
2′ Shrub  7.30 6.40
18″ Shrub  6.20 5.45
15″ Shrub  5.60 4.95
Surface Nursery
Gresham, OR
1-800-831-2599
trees@surfacenursery.com

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