Deciduous id. 2

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Deciduous id. 2
2012-06-11 01:38:21
Deciduous identification

A continuation of Deciduous 1.
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  1. Viburnum opulus 'Roseum'

    Snowball Bush\

    Zone 3

    Spring blooming, white snowball shaped inflorescence, no fruit, all sterile flowers. Grows 10-15' high and wide.
  2. Viburnum trilobum

    American Cranberry bush

    zone 3

    Middle of inflorescence has small flowers and outside has big flowers making for a halo look, red berries summer-fall, bright red fall color, specimin for flower and fall foliage/fruit, branches grow up, planted more in the west. Grows 8-10' high and wide.
  3. Viburnum lentago

    Nannyberry Viburnum

    Zone 3

    Biggest flower clusters, large shiny dangly (droopy) leaf, base of stem has a wavy stipule, has longest tip to the leaf, purple fruit with red attachment, fruit droops. Grows 15-20' high and wide.
  4. Viburnum lantana

    Wayfaring Tree

    Zone 4

    Thick leaf, fuzzy leaf and stem, fruit changes from red to purple, fruit comes on fall thru winter, purplish red fall color, bud like a biscuit and new leaves look like praying hands. Grows 15-20' high and wide.
  5. Viburnum plicatum var Tomentosum

    Doublefile Viburnum

    zone 5

    Best for flowers, halo blossoms (inflorescence), strong veins and serrations on leaf, good for fruit, sometimes leaf is darker green in the middle and lighter green on the outside. Inflorescence and leaves grow in doubles.
  6. Crataegus phaenopyrum

    Washington Hawthorn

    Zone 4

    Worst for thorns, multi-trunked, kind of flatten out, white blossoms, very heavy on red/orange berries, have berries fall-winter, specimin for fruit, grey trunks, 3 lobed leaf, red/orange fall color, Best berries. Grows 20-30' high and wide.
  7. Crateagus crusgalli var. inermis 'Crusader'

    Crusader Cockspur Hawthorn

    Zone 4

    White flowers kind of stinky, known for flower and red fruit- resembles crab apples but has a massive stone seed in the middle, layered airy flat habit; specimin for flower, fruit, habit, and fall color. Yellow with tint of orange fall color, shiny leaves. Grows 15' high and wide.
  8. Crataegus laevigata 'Paul's Scarlet'

    Paul's Scarlet Hawthorn

    Zone 4

    Pink blossom, foldy trunk, like toba but doesn't change color, 3 lobes on leaf that is rounded off on most of the leaves. Grows 15-20' high and wide.
  9. Crataegus x mordenensis 'Toba'

    Toba Hawthorn

    Zone 3

    Upright, not layered, compound lobed leaf with points on the lobe, blooms in spring, blooms start white and go to pink, rosette looking blossom, foldy trunk, fall color is orange, hardly any fruit. Grows 25' high and wide.
  10. .
    Malus domestica

    Common apple

    Zone 3

    Spring blooming fragrant flower, peely bark, comes in lots of colors, orangy red fall color, edible fruit in the landscape, soft velvety leaves. Grows 20-25' high and wide.
  11. .
    Malus floribunda

    Crab apple

    Zone 4

    Flowers come in pinks reds and whites, single or double flowers, blooms in the spring and has fruit summer-fall and sometimes winter, varying sized fruit comes in various colors as well as leaves and bark, such as: red, green, yellow, brown, and purple. Suceptable to fire blight, best are disease tolerant varieties, messy, open habit, comes in all varieties, peely bark. Grows 15-25' high and wide.
  12. .
    Malus ioensis 'Plena'

    Bechtel Crab

    Zone 4

    Lots of flowers, large quarter sized blossoms, double blossom, blooms 2 wks. later than the other crab apples, really hard green fruit, sometimes have (weak) three lobed leaves, smooth bark. Grows 15-20' high and wide.
  13. .
    Pyrus communis

    Common Pear

    zone 4

    Fruit comes in green, yellow, brown, and red. Flowers in the spring with white flowers that have black stamens, has spiney leaf serrations, comes in all the fall colors, rigey blocky bark. Grows 20-30' high and 20' wide.
  14. .
    Pyrus calleryana

    Flowering pear

    Zone 5

    One of the top 5 trees landscaped nationally, no edible fruit, and blooms with a lot more flowers than the common pear. Blooms in the spring. Grows 20-30' tall and 20' wide.
  15. .
    Caragana arborescens

    Siberian Peashrub

    Zone 2

    Has pea pods, pea flowers, and blooms in early spring with an yellow blossom, pinate small leaf. Grows 15-20' tall and 10-12' wide.
  16. .
    Caragana arborescens 'Pendula'

    Weeping Caragana

    Zone 2

    Has pea pods, pea flowers, aand blooms in the early spring with a yellow blossom, pinnate small leaf, weeping habit. Grows 5-10' high and 5- wide.
  17. .
    Sorbus aucuparia

    European Mountain ash

    Zone 3

    Lacy foliage, orange/red fall color, orange berries in the fall, copperish colored bark, trunk tends to be smooth, white spring blooming umbrella shaped clusters of flowers.
  18. .
    Forsythia x intermedia


    Zone 4

    Bright yellow blossoms in early spring, smooth leaf, some random serration, soft pith woody tissue in the middle, a lot of spent blossoms, really open when not pruned.
  19. .
    Gleditsia tricanthos var. inermis

    Thornless Honeylocust

    Zone 4

    Grows wild in the E. Pinnate small feathery leaf, turns golden yellow in the early fall, long bean pod- usually bred out, open airy canopies, xeric, comes in yellow varieties and a grey silvery colored variety. Grows 40-70' high and wide.