Deciduous, Edible fruit, Trees
Native to eastern North America, butternut trees grow 50–60 ft. tall and 40–50 ft. wide. Butternut resembles black walnut (Juglans nigra), but the tree is smaller, leaves have fewer leaflets, and the flavorful nuts are elongated or oval instead of round.
Native to eastern North America. Creeping stems send up erect branches to 6 in. high, with oval, 2-in....
From Europe. Leaves have no obvious stems. Elegant plant to 1 ft. tall and 1 1/2 ft. wide, blooming Ch...
Dark red stems on a compact 3–4-ft.-tall plant.