Motz Nursery of Wisconsin

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is NOW!

Autumn Blaze Maple

Zone 4 - 7

5'  heavily branched  

2004 Urban Tree of the Year!  One of the most popular new tree introductions in history. Brilliant orange/red fall foliage without the mess and maintenance! You plant it and forget it.  Strong trees that resist ice damage and high winds. They adapt to a large range of soil conditions and climates. A hybrid of two famous trees, the red and silver maples.  This is clearly a superior tree. 







Clump Paper Birch

Zone:  2-7


This very hardy birch is the most permanent and desirable of all the white-barked birches. Stems are a beautiful red-brown when immature, a perfect chalk-white when older. Fall color is an outstanding landscape feature. 


Clump River Birch

Zone 4 - 7


This river bottom native also does well on upland soils. Resistant to bronze birch borer, it has nice yellow fall color, and attractive cinnamon-brown exfoliating bark for an interesting winter effect. Clumps have three or more stems.


Crimson King Maple
Zone 4 - 7


The dense foliage of this slow growing shade tree remains an excellent maroon-red all season long. Spring flowers of attractive maroon and yellow are a bonus. This cultivar, known for its straight trunk and well-shaped head


Prairie Cascade Willow

Zone  3-6  


Cascading habit and golden stem color of the weeping willow. A hardy weeping willow for northern areas.  Weeping mature height of 35-45' with a spread of 35-40'.  Glossy green foliage in the summer turns to yellow fall foliage.  Full sun and it prefers plentiful moisture.