Kousa dogwood also know as Cornus kousa is a disease resistant dogwood and grows 20 to 35 feet tall and 15 to 20 feet wide. It is vase-shaped with white or yellowish-white bracts which look like flowers. It's edible fruits are light red in color and green leaves turn purplish-red in fall.
Lacebark elm as known as the Chinese elm. Horticultural guru and plantsman Michael Dirr says the lacebark elm should become the dominant shade and street tree of the 21st century because it grows rapidly and adapts easily. It's highly resistant to Dutch elm disease with green leaves turn yellow to burgundy in fall and has exfoliating bark. This tree grows 40 to 50 feet high and wide. Deer generally avoid this plant. USDA Zones 5-9