AUTUMN SPLENDOR MAPLE

“The Autumn Splendor is a fantastic tree because of its ruggedness, it’s great fall color and because it’s a cultivar of a native Oklahoma tree.”

Monty C. Marcum

Owner, Goldsby Location

CAROLINA SAPPHIRE CYPRESS

“I have a Carolina Sapphire and they’re great becasue they grow fast. I like their beautiful blue green color, that they’re drought tolerant to high heaven, and can be an awesome natural screen from your neighbors.”

Chris Anderson

Manager, OKC Location

CHINESE PISTACHE

“I like the Chinese Pistache for its vibrant fall color. It’s also very hardy and you can’t hardly kill it. Overall it’s just a very, very good tree!”

Bill Marcum

Owner, Goldsby Location

CHINQUAPIN OAK

“I love the look of the leaves on the Chinquapin Oak.  There is a row of these trees in Norman that I enjoy to drive by and admire.”

Amy Carrel

Retail Manager, Goldsby Location

DESERT WILLOW

“Desert Willows are amazing trees with thier airy foilage and beautiful blooms. You can plant these show stoppers near your house and not everyone has one.”

Kelly Marcum

Owner, OKC Location

LACEBARK ELM

“I love the overall shape of the Lacebark Elm. Its beautiful bark and leaf pattern make it a stand out!”

Candace Benson

Landscape Coordinator, Goldsby Location

PROFUSION CRABAPPLE

“I’m a big fan of the Profusion Crabapple for its vibrant flowering in spring that resembles a lollipop. I also like that Profusion Crabapple are tried and true heat tolerant in Oklahoma.”

Shane Scott

Operations Manager, Goldsby Location

RISING SUN EASTERN REDBUD

“Rising Sun Eastern Redbud is hands down the most brilliant and colorful of all the Eastern Redbuds.  In spring, lavender flowers emerge before leafing out heart shaped foliage which turns from apricot to a vibrant chartreuse color.  It is the perfect specimen for a smaller landscape project. I happen to have this beauty in my own backyard.”

Golda Slawinski

Manager, Norman Location

SHUMARD OAK

“I love the strength of the Shumard Oak. They grow well in Oklahoma and have great fall color.”

Monty G. Marcum

Landscape Manager, Goldsby Location