Fast growing tree grows up to 24 inches every year
Red Sunset is a red maple cultivar with superior fall color and good branch structure. Winter buds, clusters of small winter spring flowers, leaf stems, twigs, and winged summer fruits are all reddish colored. The glossy green leaves persist on the tree turning orange-red to brilliant red in the fall. Red Sunset grows moderately fast, 45'-50' high with a 35'-40' spread. It adapts to a wide range of climates and soils, but requires acid soil and is salt-sensitive. It prefers a moist site and tolerates full sun to partial shade. zones 4-8.
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Burgundy Belle Maple
Burgundy Belle Red Maple provides a long lasting, brilliant red, turning to an intense burgundy fall color. In the early spring, showy clusters of red flowers appear along the branches. It is known for its hardiness to all soil types as well as being heat and drought resistant. The red-violet fall color combined with the shade produced by the oval, symmetrical shape makes it a great feature for any yard or landscape.
Canada Red Select Chokecherry
Prunus virginiana ‘Schubert’
Height : 20 to 30 feet
Width : 15 to 20 feet
Grow in average, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Remove suckers to prevent unwanted spread. Fairly adaptable.
This chokecherry cultivar (sometimes called purpleleaf chokecherry) is a deciduous, suckering tree or shrub with a pyramidal habit which grows 20-30′ tall. ‘Schubert’ is best known for its purple foliage: elliptic to obovate leaves (to 5″ long) emerge green in spring, gradually maturing to dark purple by early summer. White flowers in racemes in spring give way in summer to clusters of reddish fruit (1/3″ diameter cherries) which mature in fall to a dark purple. Fruit is very astringent, hence the common name. Fruit may be used in sauces, jellies and preserves, however. Fruits are attractive to wildlife.
Information source: University of Minnesota Urban Forestry Outreach, Research, & Extension https://trees.umn.edu/nursery-tour/species/caresech
Kwanzan Flowering Cherry
Kwanzan Flowering Cherry (Prunus serrulata) belong to the rose family and are known for their white and pink spring blossoms. These grow best in hardiness zones 5 through 8. These trees grow well along sidewalks or as patio shade trees and the small cherries produced provide a good food source for small birds and mammals. Because of the overwhelming floral display, plant these trees as a focal point in the middle of a yard or overhanging a water garden.
Spring Snow Crabapple
Height: 20 to 25 feet
Width: 15 to 20 feet
Requires Full Sun
Flowers are showy and fragrant, blooms in April
Sugar maples can survive in a wide variety of soil types but for maximum tree growth and sap production, soils should be moist and well drained. They can be found in canyons, ravines, valleys and streambanks, but also found on dry rocky hillsides. The common name refers to the use of species for making sugar and syrup.