Tagged as: Intermediate Sized Trees
Botanical Name: Aesculus x carnea
Common Name: Red Horse-Chestnut
Height: 30-40' Spread: 25-40' Habit/Form: Rounded
Growth Rate: M Zone: 4-7
Cultural Requirements: Full sun to light shade; best in slightly acidic, organic-rich, moist soil
Ornamental Characteristics: A cross between horse-chestnut and red buckeye; rose-red, cone-shaped flowers in May; 5-leaved, lustrous dark green palmate foliage; 1 ½-inch prickly fruit; not as susceptible to leaf blotch and mildew as European horse-chestnut.
Use in the Landscape: A shade tree for large areas; may not be appropriate as a street tree because of the large spiny fruits
- Amur Cherry 100%
Botanical Name: Prunus maackiiCommon Name: Amur Cherry, Amur Chokecherry Updated 11/2012 Height: 20-30' Spread: 20-30' Habit/Form: Pyramidal in youth to rounded with age Growth Rate: Fast Zone: 3-6Cultural Requirements: Best in full sun;...
- Little-leaved Linden 99%
Botanical Name: Tilia cordata Common Name: Little-leaved Linden Updated 2/2013 Click on an image to enlarge. Form Leaf Bark Height: 45-60' Spread: 25-30' Habit/Form: Pyramidal in youth, upright-oval with age Growth Rate:...
- Intermediate Sized Deciduous Trees (25-40 feet) 96%
Intermediate-sized trees generally grow 25-40 feet tall. Like large trees, intermediate-sized trees provide shade, warming, shelter, and privacy. They absorb noise, dirt, heat, and glare from the pavement and street. Be mindful of the growth needs...
- Ohio Buckeye 96%
Botanical Name: Aesculus glabraCommon Name: Ohio Buckeye Updated 1/2012 Form Leaf Flower Fruit Bark Click on an image to enlarge. Height: 20-40' Spread:...
- Ironwood 95%
Botanical Name: Ostrya virginiana*Common Name: Ironwood Updated 11/2012 Form Fall Leaves Fruit Catkins Bark Click on an image to enlarge Height:...
- American Hornbeam (Musclewood) 95%
Botanical name: Carpinus carolinianaCommon name: American Hornbeam (Musclewood) Updated 2/2012 Click on an image to enlarge leaves and fruit fall color flowers bark Height: 25-35' (often smaller)...