Malus × 'Robinson' (Robinson Flowering Crabapple)
Dark pink flower clusters adorn the Robinson Crabapple in the spring.
Viburnum carlesii (Koreanspice Viburnum)
The white dome-like flower clusters of this viburnum produce a pleasant, clove-like fragrance.
Aesculus glabra (Ohio Buckeye)
The Ohio Buckeye produces long, showy greenish-yellow bottle-brush flower panicles in the spring.
Prunus sargentii (Sargent Cherry)
A classic spring beauty, the pink flowers of this cherry tree are borne in 2-6 flowered clusters in late April to early May.
Pyrus calleryana 'Bradford' (Bradford Callery Pear)
This early bloomer is covered in white flower clusters in late April, before the leaves emerge.
Liriodendron tulipifera (Tuliptree)
The Tuliptree is the state tree of Indiana and is known for having both leaves and flowers shaped like tulips.
Malus floribunda (Japanese Flowering Crabapple)
This profuse bloomer has pink-red buds that open to fragrant, white flowers in late April to May.
Malus × 'Indian Magic' (Indian Magic Flowering Crabapple)
Numerous dark pink to rose-red flowers create a beautiful spring time display with this crabapple.
Malus × 'Van Eseltine' (Van Eseltine Flowering Crabapple)
Another lovely Flowering Crabapple, this cultivar produces large, gorgeous, double, pink blooms in the spring.
Cornus florida (Flowering Dogwood)
This Indiana native tree bears 2" wide, showy, 4-petalled flowers (bracts) in spring.
Fothergilla gardenii (Dwarf Fothergilla)
This neat shrub produces an abundance of interesting, fragrant, white, bottle-brush flowers in the spring.
Aesculus hippocastanum 'Baumannii' (Baumann Common Horsechestnut)
This large tree is notable for its very showy terminal panicles of double flowers with white petals, each with reddish-yellow marks at the inner petal bases.
Syringa × chinensis (Chinese Lilac)
This attractive lilac hybrid bears long, fragrant, purple-lilac flower panicles in mid-May.
Mahonia aquifolium (Oregon Grapeholly)
The very bright yellow flowers of this evergreen shrub are borne in 2-3 inch long clusters in April.
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