Trees: Design Characteristics
Fruit
The following trees offer ornamental fruit. The primary fruit color(s) is indicated for each plant, although
variations will occur within a species or genus, and many fruit change color as they mature.
Tree

Acer ginnala
Acer rubrum
Acer tataricum
Amelanchier
Aralia
Asimina triloba
Castanea mollissima
Cornus alternifolia
Cornus florida
Cornus kousa
Cornus mas
Cornus officinalis
Crataegus
Euonymus bungeanus
Euonymus europaeus
Evodia daniellii
Halesia
Hippophae rhamnoides
Hovenia dulcis
Kalopanax pictus
Koelreuteria paniculata
Magnolia acuminata
Magnolia macrophylla
Magnolia virginiana
Malus floribunda
Malus hupehensis
Malus sargentii
Malus sieboldii var. zumi
Malus cultivars
Oxydendrum arboreum
Paulownia tomentosa
Prunus avium
Prunus cerasifera
Prunus maackii
Prunus padus
Prunus persica
Prunus sargentii
Prunus serotina
Prunus subhirtella
Prunus virginiana
Prunus xyedoensis
Sophora japonica
Sorbus
Xanthoceras sorbifolium
Color

Red
Red
Red
Purple-Black
Purple-Black
Black
Brown
Purple-Black
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Pinkish
Pink, Red
Black
Brown
Orange
Red
Blue-Black
Brown
Pinkish Red
Rose
Red
Yellow-Red
Yellow-Red
Red
Red
Red
Brown
Brown
Reddish Black
Purple, Red
Black
Black
Yellow, Red
Purple-Black
Black
Black
Purple-Black
Black
Yellow, Brown
Orange, Red
Brown
Edible




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Comments




Matures from greenish yellow to black
Nuts edible, but messy
Pinkish red fruit stalks







Orange seeds
Orange seeds
Matures from red to black
Matures from green to light brown

Edible fruit stalks

Matures from green to yellow to brown









Fruit Messy


Matures from red to black



Matures from red to black
Matures from red to black


Matures from green to yellow and brown

Matures from green to brown