Holmes Lawn Care, Inc. - Tree Glossary - Hanover, MD
Holmes Lawn Care, Inc. - Maintaining a Greener Environment™
Dogwood - deciduous tree that does well under the canopy of taller trees, Flower clusters semi-showy, usually white, pink or yellow , in cymes with large showy bracts, fruit red.
Crape Myrtle - A deciduous tree that has sinewy, fluted stems and branches with a mottled appearance that arises from having bark that sheds throughout the year. The leaves are opposite, simple, with entire margins, and vary from 5-20 cm (2-8 in). While all species are woody in nature, they can range in height from over 100 feet to under one foot; most, however are small to medium multiple-trunked trees and shrubs.
Pin Oak- It is a medium-sized deciduous  tree growing to 18-22 m (60-70 ft) tall, with a trunk up to 1 m (3 ft) diameter. It has an 8-14 m (25-45 ft) spread. A 10-year-old tree will be about 8 m (25 ft) tall. The crown is broad conic when young, with numerous small branches radiating out from a central leader. When older, some upper branches become quite large and the central leader is lost, while the lower branches gradually droop downwards.
Crab Apple - Small, typically 4–12 m tall at maturity, with a dense, twiggy crown. The leaves are 3–10 cm long, alternate, simple, with a serrated margin. The flowers are borne in corymbs, and have five petals, which may be white, pink or red, and are perfect, with usually red stamens that produce copiou pollen, and an inferior ovary; flowering occurs in the spring after 50–80 growing degree days(varying greatly according to subspecies and cultivar).
Golden Rain - It is a small to medium-sized deciduous tree growing to 17 m tall, with a broad, dome-shaped crown. The leaves are pinnate, 15-40 cm (rarely to 50 cm) long, with 7-15 leaflets 3-8 cm long, with a deeply serrated margin; the larger leaflets at the mid-point of the leaf are sometimes themselves pinnate but the leaves are not consistently fully bi pinnate as in the related  Koelruteria.
Leyland Cypress - A light-demanding but is tolerant of high levels of pollution and salt spray. A hardy, fast-growing natural hybrid, it thrives on a variety of soils and sites are commonly planted in gardens to provide a quick boundary or shelter hedge, because of their rapid growth. Although widely used for screening, it has not been planted much for forestry purposes. Acheaving an average adult height of 40-40ft and 20-25 ft in circumference, one specian currently is 130ft and still growning.
Here are some of the many plants and flowers that our customers enjoy. If you would like to sign up for plant and flower installation, please visit the contact us page.
Website Builder provided by  Vistaprint