The Amur Maple is a tall shrub or small tree native to northern Asia. Popular as a small, multi-stemmed specimen tree. Outstanding bright reddish fall colors are influenced by soil conditions and the cultivar grown. The largest tree in North Dakota is 22 feet tall with a canopy spread of 30 feet.
The Black Hills Spruce is a large tree, very dense and pyramidal when young. It is a naturally occurring variety of white spruce native to South Dakota. The largest spruce tree in North Dakota is 95 feet tall with a canopy spread of 42 feet.
The Colorado Blue Spruce is a broad, dense, pyramidal tree with stiff branches horizontal to the ground. Native to intermountain states of the west. Choice specimen tree. The largest tree in North Dakota is 85 feet tall with a canopy spread of 30 feet.