The Japanese tree lilac is a compact, sturdy tree that has showy, fragrant blooms, is resistant to most pests and diseases, transplants well and grows in a wide range of soil conditions.
This deciduous conifer provides a mellow russet fall colour, with a lovely textured, interesting bark.
Basswood is an adaptable native tree with few pests, aromatic flowers and pleasant foliage.
The American elm is an exceptional tree for urban sites and will grow very rapidly even on the harshest of sites.
With attractive blooms in July, this specimen is great for a parking lot island, as a shade or street tree.
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New roses for 2008.
A selection of new varieties available for 2008.
A selection of the best new plants appearing in 2009.
A selection of the best new plants appearing in 2010.
A first look at cultivars introduced to Canada this year.