Pear / Plum / Poplar / Willow

Pear (Pyrus)

Golden Spice Pear (Pyrus ussuriensis 'Golden Spice')

Upright tree with showy white blossoms and golden-red fruit.

Golden Spice Pear

Ussurian Pear (Pyrus ussuriensis)

Oval, with thorns, showy white flowers and small yellowish fruit.

Ussurian Pear

Plum (Prunus)

Princess Kay Plum (Prunus nigra 'Princess Kay')

Small, double white blooms, orange fall leaves and grey bark.

Princess Kay Plum

Poplar (Populus)

Assiniboine Poplar (Populus 'Assiniboine')

Upright growing tree to 13 m, conspicuous leaf buds.

Assiniboine Poplar

Balsam Poplar (Populus balsamifera)

Native tree to 16 m, oval leaves and fragrant balsamic buds.

Balsam Poplar

Byland Green Poplar (Populus x 'Byland Green')

Fast growing tree to 16 m, has diamond-shape leaves.

Byland Green Poplar

Cottonwood (Populus deltoides)

Native tree to 20 m with triangular leaves and furrowed bark.


Northwest Poplar (Populus x 'Northwest')

Native tree 20 m, with triangular leaves.

Northwest Poplar

Tristis Poplar (Populus x 'Tristis')

Narrower tree to 13 m with fragrant leaf buds.

Tristis Poplar

Willow (Salix)

Golden Willow (Salix alba 'Vitellina')

Shade tree, lance-shaped leaves and outstanding golden bark.

Golden Willow

Marquette Pussy Willow (Salix x 'Marquette')

Fast growing tree with reddish bark and uniform branching.

Marquette Pussy Willow

Laurel-leaf Willow (Salix pentandra)

Shade tree with lance-shaped, glossy leaves and green bark.

Laurel-leaf Willow