The trees offered in this section of the club are deciduous, meaning they drop their leaves for the winter. Deciduous trees offer us so much: shade, privacy, shelter for nesting summer birds, seeds for Chipmunks and Red Squirrels to collect in the fall, and the most outstanding shows of Autumn colours to grace our landscapes.
Standard form. Extremely hardy; well known for its brilliant orange-red to deep red fall colour.
Crimson King carries rich purplish foliage from spring until the leaves drop in the fall. Slow growing.
Clump form. Tall ornamental specimen noted for its white to red to cinnamon exfoliating bark. Most resistant to bronze birch borer.
Striking appearance and rapid growth. Heart-shaped flowers in June followed by bean-like fruit.
Fragrant white blooms. Leaves open to light green turning bright green over the summer. Fall colour golden yellow.
Shrub or low-branched tree with horizontally spreading lines. White flowers. Standard form.
A very useful specimen tree with male catkins in spring. This tree will tolerate dry conditions.
Treeform. Leaves emerge light red darkening through summer. The frothy pink flowers bloom in spring. Looks like a pink cloud when in full flower.
Standard form. A top-grafted form that produces summer flowers on large airy clusters that 'smoke' on the tree.
Thorny tree with a wide, flat crowned head. Red fruit is persistent till spring.
Dwarf tree form best known for its striking red fall colour.
Most picturesque during the winter with its large open branching habit and stubby twigs. Slow to medium growth.
One of the better yellow flowering cultivars. The large blooms are fragrant and long-lasting.
Long clusters of pea-like flowers in April-May. Grows best sheltered from mid-afternoon sun.
A medium sized tree grows best in moist soils. Fast growing.
Dark green foliage with grey underneath. Golden-red fall color. Foliage trembles in the slightest breeze. Dense vertical branching.
Golden leaves will hold throughout growing season. Particularly strong growing as a young tree.
Beautiful deep purple-rose flowers on compact round tree. New growth emerges red.
A graceful weeping tree with golden-yellow bark and light green leaves.
Excellent water landscape specimen. Twisted and gnarled branches give an unusual form.
Spectacular red berries set this tree apart. A vigorous grower with a symmetrical and tidy habit.
Tree form. Very large pink buds that open to white fragrant flowers covering the plant in late spring.
Dark burgundy-purple leaves and hot pink-rose coloured flowers. Disease resistant. Trained into a standard tree form.