“Too old to plant trees for my own gratification, I shall do it for my posterity.” Thomas Jefferson
If a tree below is highlighted in Red, touch or click on it to see a photo of the tree, its fruit, or its flower in the garden.
(N) Designates a tree Native to Eastern North America before Europeans arrived.
Gleditsia triacanthos ‘Shade Master’
Red Maple (N)
Thornless Honey Locust
American Larch (N)
White Spruce (N)
Burr Oak (N)
Black Locust ***
Northern White Cedar (N)
*** removed due to invasive tendencies
Malus floribunda ‘Red Jade’
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