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RETAIL NURSERY VARIETY LIST
West Coast Arborists
2200 E Via Burton
Anaheim, CA 92806
Plant varieties ordered from Dave Wilson Nursery for 2024:
Aristocrat® Flowering Pear Pyrus calleryana 'Aristocrat' Showy snow-white blossoms in spring. Attractive glossy foliage turns purplish-red in fall. Fast growing. Pyramidal shape to 40 ft. or more (narrower than Bradford). (Pat. No. 3193)
Redspire Flowering Pear Pyrus calleryana 'Redspire' Pyramidal shape, grows to 30-35 ft. by 20 ft. Large, pure white flowers. Glossy green, leathery foliage. Striking fall colors: yellows, oranges, and reds. USDA Zones 6-9.
Modesto Ash Fraxinus velutina glabra 'Modesto' (Fraxinus velutina glabra) Beautiful deciduous shade tree for arid climates - blight caused by anthracnose fungus may be a problem elsewhere. Vigorous, to 50 by 30 ft. wide. Spectacular yellow fall color. USDA Zones 6-10.
Raywood Ash Fraxinus oxycarpa 'Raywoodi' Fast growing, tolerates heat, cold, alkaline soil. Compact, round-headed. Small, delicate leaves, lacy appearance. Purplish-red fall color. No seeds. 25-35 ft.
Western Catalpa Catalpa speciosa Widely adapted - cold or hot climates. All soils. Large, heart-shaped leaves, long seed capsules shaped like beans. White flowers in late spring and summer. Flowers & pods litter beneath tree. 40-60 ft. high.
Pink Dawn Chitalpa Chitalpa tashkentensis 'Pink Dawn' Chilopsis linearis x Catalpa bignonioides. Very fast-growing, relatively small single or multi-trunked tree, reaches approximately 20 by 20 ft. Very drought tolerant. Large clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers in summer are pale purplish-pink with pale yellow throat. Long, narrow, attractive, glossy green leaves. Hybridized in Russia. Adapted to Southern California and low desert climates of the Southwestern U.S.
Chinese Fringe Tree Chionanthus retusus Magnificent in bloom. Moderate grower to 20 ft. Flowers in clusters to 4 inches in length.
Shademaster® Honeylocust Gleditsia triacanthos inermis 'Shademaster' (Gleditsia triacanthos inermis ‘Shademaster’) Very fast-growing, deciduous. Tolerates heat, cold, wind, drought, alkaline soil. Distinctive small leaflets, long seed pods. 50-60 ft. USDA Zones 6-9.
Valley Oak Quercus lobata (Quercus lobata) California White Oak. Native to California’s inland valleys and foothills. Massive trunk and limbs twist into unique shapes. Trees reach 70 ft. or more, equal spread. Dark green, deeply cut lobed leaves, dark gray checked bark. Prefers deep soil, tolerates alkaline soil. USDA Zones 4-10.
Regent® Pagoda Tree Styphnolobium japonicum (Sophora japonica) 'Regent' Very fast growing, large glossy leaves, virtually pest free. Uniform growth, reaching 50 by 45 ft. Oak-like bark, dark green leaflets. Interesting flower clusters and seed pods in late summer. Yellow fall color. All zones.
Eastern Redbud Cercis canadensis Round-headed tree to 25-35 ft. Large, bright green leaves. Spectacular display of purplish-pink flowers in spring. Fall color in colder climates. Average water. Sunset Zones 1-3, 7-20. USDA zones 3-9.
Forest Pansy Redbud Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy' (Cercis canadensis `Forest Pansy’) Striking scarlet-colored new foliage turning maroon then green as the leaves mature. Highly valued as a landscape accent. Swelling buds break pinkish-red along the bare branches, similar to Eastern redbud. Moderate grower to 20 ft. with a spreading habit. USDA Zones 4-9.
Oklahoma Redbud Cercis canadensis 'Oklahoma' (Cercis canadensis ‘Oklahoma’) Spectacular purplish-red flower clusters in early spring (after flowering plums, before flowering crabapples). Attractive tree with round-shaped canopy and glossy, heart-shaped leaves. Tolerates hot summers. Largest of the redbuds, to 30-35 ft. USDA Zones 4-9.
Western Redbud Cercis occidentalis (Cercis occidentalis) Single or multi-trunked tree to 15 by 15 ft. Spectacular, bright purplish-pink sweet-pea-shaped flowers. Yellow to red fall color. Drought tolerant, resistant to oak root fungus. USDA Zones 4-9.
Royal Purple Smoke Tree Cotinus coggygria ‘Royal Purple’ Purple foliage, rich purple “smoke”: hazy-appearing clusters of fuzzy, purple flower stalks. Multi-trunked shrub or small tree to 20 by 20 ft. Likes cold, needs good drainage, resists oak root fungus. All Zones.
Arizona Sycamore Platanus wrightii Medium-sized tree to 60-80 ft., star-shaped leaves having 3-5 sharply pointed lobes. Open, spreading canopy and exfoliating, jigsaw puzzle bark. Native to riparian areas of southern Arizona, New Mexico and Northern Mexico.
California Native Sycamore, low branch Platanus racemosa Large tree to 80-100 ft. Large, light green leaves, lobed like maple. Mottled, multi-colored trunks due to bark shedding in patches. Tolerates heat, wind, likes deep watering in summer. Sunset Zones 4-24. USDA zones 5-10.
Columbia Sycamore Platanus x acerfolia 'Columbia' Similar to London planes, but having greater resistance to anthracnose. Fast-growing to 80 ft. Large maple-like leaves, distinctive patchy bark pattern. Very desirable for street, park, and lawn plantings. Sunset zones 2-24. USDA zones 4-10.