Arbutus unedo strawberry tree Ericaceae

arbutus/strawberry+tree -- these are the two trees we have in front of the house now (to save)

Ilex aquifolium English holly Aquifoliaceae

Ilex aquifolium English holly Aquifoliaceae

Cornus nuttallii pacific dogwood Cornaceae

Cornus nuttallii pacific dogwood Cornaceae

Paulownia tomentosa empresstree Bignoniaceae

Paulownia tomentosa empresstree Bignoniaceae

Albizia julibrissin silktree, mimosa Fabaceae

Albizia julibrissin silktree, mimosa Fabaceae

Cornus controversa giant dogwood Cornaceae

Cornus controversa giant dogwood Cornaceae

Davidia involucrata dovetree Nyssaceae

Davidia involucrata dovetree Nyssaceae

Pyrus calleryana callery pear Rosaceae  Overused, messy, and smelly

Pyrus calleryana callery pear Rosaceae Overused, messy, and smelly

Cotinus coggygria smoketree Anacardiaceae

Smoketree purple (grows in zone)

Cornus florida flowering dogwood Cornaceae

Shade Plants - Many dogwood varieties tolerate partial- to full-shade conditions. One spectacular species to try is Cornus florida, whose reddish-purple fall color is surpassed only by its famous white flowers in spring.


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