Japanese Maple flowers in spring. The purplish-red flower clusters are insignificant on some species.
Cutleaf Stephanandra produces tiny white flowers from May–June.
Japanese Tree Lilac flowers from early to mid-June. The flowers are fragrant, and followed by large fruit panicles that mature later in the year.
Japanese Zelkova flowers in early spring. The 'Village green' cultivar has a nice vase shape and is tolerant to pollution, making it a great street tree.
Katsuratree produces a sweet smell when it leafs out in spring.
Korean Mountain Ash flowers in May and produces pink-red fruit in September.
Loebner Magnolia is a cross between M.Kobus X M.Stellata 'Rosea'. It produces fragrant flowers in early spring.
Mountain Laurel flowers in June. Many flower colors including pink, and maroon and white can be found on the estate. It will produce brown fruit that persist through the winter.
On the pathway overlooking the walled garden, you will find the state champion River Birch as well as a cultivar called 'Heritage' that has striking exfoliating bark.
Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar has a pendulous form and blue green foliage. It will produce small cones.
Winged Euonymus flowers from May–June, but they are small and somewhat insignificant.