30 feet or more

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    Bald cypress

    Taxodium distichum and cvs.

    Its great beauty and variety of sizes and shapes makes this deciduous conifer a candidate for extensive use.

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    ‘Caddo’ Florida maple

    Acer saccharum 'Caddo'

    The 'Caddo' maple typically reaches a mature height of 30 feet and spread of 25 feet, but may be taller.

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    weeping silver linden, pendant silver linden

    Tilia petiolaris

    This tall, deciuous tree has weeping branches rather than a weeping habit.

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    ‘Spectrum’ Magnolia

    Magnolia ‘Spectrum’

    This deciduous tree offers vivid pink flowers like M.

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    Nootka false cypress

    Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ‘Pendula’

    This is a conical tree with drooping branches and vertical, flattened sprays of bluish green to dark green foliage.

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    English holly

    Ilex aquifolium

    This tall, pyramidal, evergreen tree may be grown as a large shrub.

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    ‘Aurea’ hinoki cypress

    Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Aurea’

    Hinoki cypress is a conical, evergreen, coniferous tree with leaves that are actually minute scales on tiny branches in the form of fans.

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    ‘Galaxy’ magnolia

    Magnolia ‘Galaxy’

    This deciduous hybrid offers candy-scented, goblet-shaped blooms to 10 inches across in vivid reddish-purple.

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    Red maple

    Acer rubrum

    This tree has lobed leaves that are green on top and gray-white beneath.

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    Maidenhair tree

    Ginkgo biloba

    One of the oldest tree species on the planet, ginkgo grows only about a foot a year, reaching 50 to 80 feet.