Tree

Trees are large, woody plants that provide seasonal fall color, shade, and can create a stunning focal point. Taylor's Nursery provides trees in both container as well as B&B trees dug from the farm. We grow many types of Oaks, Maples, Dogwoods, and more.

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  • Leyland Cypress

    This is the largest and fastest growing evergreens used for screening and can be used where an 'instant' screen is needed.

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    5-9
    40 -70 ft
    15 -25 ft
  • Gold Rider Leyland Cypress

    A golden hued version of the common Leyland Cypress, Gold Rider is a great focal point in the landscape.

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    6
    15 -20 ft
    8 -12 ft
  • Upright European Hornbeam

    Widely used in city landscapes  because of its resistance to insects and diseases.  Upright growth habit when young, but does broaden some with age.

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    4-8
    30 -40 ft
    20 -30 ft
  • Ironwood

    Native tree tolerant of wet soils. Useful where a smaller growing tree is needed.

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    3-9
    20 -30 ft
    20 -30 ft
  • Ironwood

    Native tree tolerant of wet soils. Useful where a smaller growing tree is needed. This variety is more narrow than the true species.

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    3-9
    20 -25 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Bill's Blue Deodara Cedar

    Slightly slower-growing than the species, this cultivar has pleasing blue green foliage during the summer.

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    7-9
    40 -50 ft
    15 -25 ft
  • Sugar Hackberry
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    60 -80 ft
  • Common Hackberry
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    4
    50 -60 ft
    30 -40 ft
  • Katsura Tree

    An excellent shade tree with attractive summer and fall foliage.

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    4-8
    40 -60 ft
    25 -60 ft
  • Eastern Red Bud

    Masses of purplish-pink flowers on this native tree are spectacular and will brighten any landscape in either sun or shade.

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    4-8
    20 -30 ft
    15 -25 ft
  • Black Pearl Red Bud

    One of the darkest purple forms of the native red bud.

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    4-8
    20 -30 ft
    15 -25 ft
  • Carolina Sweetheart™ Redbud

    This eye-popping native Redbud has multi-colored pink, white, and green variegated foliage. An excellent focal point to any landscape.

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    6-9
    20 -30 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Forest Pansy Red Bud

    Dark purple foliage that lasts into summer gives dramatic impact in the landscape.  Grows best in the sun.

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    5-9
    15 -25 ft
    15 -25 ft
  • Hearts of Gold Redbud

    Hearts of Gold has large yellow leaves throughout the summer.

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    20 -25 ft
    18 ft
  • Merlot Red Bud

    Dark purple foliage that lasts into summer gives dramatic impact in the landscape.  Grows best in the sun.

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    5-9
    15 -25 ft
    15 -25 ft
  • Ruby Falls Red Bud

    Dark purple foliage that lasts into summer gives dramatic impact in the landscape.  Grows best in the sun.

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    5-9
    7 -8 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • The Rising Sun Redbud

    This yellow leafed cultivar of the native redbud has moderate growth rate and is great as a specimen tree.

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    10 -15 ft
    10 -12 ft
  • Don Egolf Redbud

    A semi-dwarf (10 feet in 15 years) redbud that showcases a spectacular floral display.

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    6-9
    8 -10 ft
    12 -15 ft
  • Crippsi Hinoki Cypress

    A bright golden form of Hinoki Cypress that can be used in the landscape for color or for screening.

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    4-8
    8 -10 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Chinese Fringe Tree

    White flowers and exfoliating bark will highlight the landscape.

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    5-9
    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Tokyo Tower Chinese Fringe Tree

    This desirable plant with its narrow growth habit can fit into just about any area.  Spectacular when in bloom.

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    6-9
    15 -20 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Native Fringe Tree

    This slow-growing native tree blooms in early May.  It has striking white panicles of flowers just before it leafs out.

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    4-9
    10 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Dirr Native Fringe Tree

    This slow-growing native tree blooms in early May.  It has striking white panicles of flowers just before it leafs out.

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    4-9
    10 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Spring Fleecing Fringe Tree
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    4
    10 -20 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • American Yellowwood

    A medium-sized native tree frequently used as a shade tree on smaller properties.  It has long white panciles of white flowers in late spring that contrast beautifully against the dark back drop of the tree's dark green foliage.

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    4-8
    30 -40 ft
    30 -50 ft
  • Appalachian Snow Dogwood
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    5
    15 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Appalachian Spring Dogwood
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    5
    15 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Cherokee Brave Dogwood

    This dogwood has a red flower with a white center in the spring adding interest in the woodland planting.  It is a strong grower with good resistance to powdery mildew.

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    5-9
    15 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Cherokee Chief Red Dogwood

    The most popular of the red dogwoods.  Good red flower color along with red foliage in the fall make this a good choice to add color in a woodland planting.

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    5-9
    15 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Cherokee Princess Dogwood

    The best of the white dogwood cultivars.  An abundance of large white flowers distinguish this improved cultivar from seedling grown dogwoods.

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    5-9
    15 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Cloud 9 Dogwood

    This white dogwood grows slower and has a wider growth habit.  A definite improvement over the native white dogwood.

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    5-9
    15 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Ragin' Red Dogwood

    Dark red blooms on this native dogwood.

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    20 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Pink Dogwood

    The pink dogwood with its soft color stands out in the landscape and is always a favorite choice.

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    5-9
    15 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Super Princess

    This selection from Cherokee Princess is more vigorous and has a larger bloom.

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    5-9
    20 -30 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Chinese Dogwood

    Small flowers against white bracts in late spring made this tree stand out in the landscape. Large red fruit adds interest in the fall.

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    5-8
    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Greensleeves Chinese Dogwood

    An improved form of kousa that grows faster and is fuller at maturity.  Beautiful white flowers in late spring followed with large red fruit in fall.

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    5-8
    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Scarlet Fire Chinese Dogwood

    Fantastic pink flowering Kousa dogwood with large flowers.

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    5-8
    10 -15 ft
    8 -12 ft
  • Washington Hawthorn

    Excellent street tree with outstanding fall color.

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    3-8
    25 -30 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Winter King Hawthorn

    Excellent street tree with outstanding fall color and showy white flowers.

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    3-8
    25 -30 ft
    25 -30 ft
  • Black Dragon Cryptomeria

    Dwarf form of Cryptomeria that can be used in smaller areas without danger of overpowering the landscape.  Dark green foliage and unusual texture make this an interesting plant.

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    5-9
    10 -12 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Radicans Cryptomeria

    Fast growing Japanese Cedar with dark evergreen foliage and pyramidal habit.

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    5
    25 -40 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Yoshino Cryptomeria

    Large fast growing evergreen tree that is frequently used in screen plantings.  This plant grows best in sun

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    5-7
    30 -40 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Blue Ice Arizona Cypress

    Intense blue foliage is aromatic on this medium to large tree.  Prefers it hot and dry.

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    7-9
    20 -30 ft
    10 -12 ft
  • Blue Pyramid Arizona Cypress

    Beautiful silver blue foliage, more finely textured than Blue Ice.  Prefers it hot and dry.

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    6-9
    20 -25 ft
    10 -12 ft
  • Carolina Sapphire Arizona Cypress

    Beautiful silver blue foliage, more finely textured than Blue Ice.  Prefers it hot and dry.

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    6-9
    30 -40 ft
    10 -14 ft