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Grow the Autumn Blaze Red Maple Tree - Acer fremanii 'Autumn Blaze' Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 03 2013
The Autumn Blaze Red Maple, Acer fremanii, 'Autumn Blaze', is an extremely fast-growing maple with brilliant red fall color - Grow the Autumn Blaze Red Maple Tree
Hazelnut Tree Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
Grow the Black Locust - Robinia pseudoacacia Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
The Black Locust tree, Robinia pseudoacacia, is sometimes called the yellow locust. Black Locust trees grow naturally on a wide range of sites but does best on rich moist limestone soils. It has escaped cultivation and become naturalized throughout eastern North America - Grow the Black Locust -
Grow the Black Walnut - Juglans nigra Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
The Black Walnut tree, Juglans nigra, is prized for its wood and shade. Black Walnut trees are a large, moderately growing, majestic tree. This deciduous tree makes a wonderful shade tree - Grow the Black Walnut -
Eastern Redbud - Cercis Canadensis Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 03 2013
The Red Bud tree, Cercis Canadensis, is small deciduous tree that displays an abundance of purple blossoms in the spring. It has large heart shaped leaves during the summer, and long -
Grow the Black Willow Tree - Salix nigra Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
The Black Willow tree, Salix nigra, is a small (sometimes shrub like) to large, short-lived, deciduous tree. It is fast growing and may reach maturity within 30 years - Grow the Black Willow Tree
Grow the Autumn Olive Tree - Elaeagnus umbellata Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
The Autumn Olive tree, Elaeagnus umbellata, is a medium sized tree or a large shrub reaching heights of 20 plus feet - Grow the Autumn Olive Tree
Chanticleer Flowering Pear - Pyrus calleryana 'Chanticleer' Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Mar 17 2009
The Callery Pear tree, Pyrus calleryana, 'callery X chanticleer cultivar', is a tight, narrow, pyramidal, thornless, ornamental pear tree. Some specimens appear almost columnar in habit. Oval, glossy green leaves turn an attractive reddish purple in autumn. The growth habit is
Grow the Black Cherry - Prunus serotina Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
The Black Cherry tree, Prunus serotina, is native to eastern North America, Mexico and Central America. It typically occurs in both lowland and upland woods and along streams. It is also known as a wild cherry or wild rum cherry tree - Grow the Black Cherry
Imperial Honeylocust Tree Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 06 2014
Grow the American Sycamore Tree - Platanus occidentalis Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 03 2013
The American Sycamore, Platanus occidentalis, is a very adaptabe and rugged tree. Grow the American Sycamore tree
Grow the Aristocrat Flowering Pear Tree - Pyrus 'Aristocrat' Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Oct 07 2008
The Aristocrat Flowering Pear tree, Pyrus 'Aristocrat', is a beautiful tree that is attractive in all four seasons. It produces masses of white flowers in early spring, followed by bright, glossy green, disease resistant foliage - Aristocrat Flowering Pear Tree
Grow the Austrian Pine Tree - Pinus nigra Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
The Austrian Pine, Pinus nigra, is a densely branched tree producing long dark needles. This evergreen conifer tree thrives in urban locations as well as in windbreaks in more rural settings - Grow the Austrian Pine Tree
Grow the Autumn Purple Ash Tree - Fraxinus americana Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
The "Autumn Purple" White Ash, Fraxinus americana, 'Autumn Purple', is a seedless male tree and is a cultivar of the species which is native to moist areas - Grow the Autumn Purple Ash Tree
Grow the Bald Cypress Tree - Taxodium distichum Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
The Bald Cypress Taxodium distichum is a lofty deciduous conifer of slender pyramidal habit - A stately tree, for parks yards - Landscapers and land owners use this tree in wet areas - Grow the Bald Cypress Tree
Concolor Fir - Abies concolor Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
Concolor Fir trees are large, densely-growing, narrow trees with a dome-shaped crown growing to 50 feet or more. This evergreen conifer tree is native to the mountainous regions of the western United States
October Glory Red Maple Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Oct 22 2008
Chickasaw Plum - Prunus angustifolia Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Mar 17 2009
The Chickasaw Plum tree, Prunus angustifolia, is a deciduous multi-stemmed shrub or small tree which occurs in thickets, pastures, fields, fencerows, stream banks and disturbed areas. Chickasaw Plum trees are sometimes seen as
Grow the Chinkapin Oak tree - Quercus muehlenbergii Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
The Chinkapin Oak tree, Quercus muehlenbergii, is the limestone equivalent of the chestnut oak, occuring as a dominant species on rocky alkaline uplands. This Oak tree is also sometimes commonly called yellow chestnut oak - Grow the Chinkapin Oak tree
Grow the Cimmaron Ash tree - Fraxinus pennsylvanica Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 03 2013
The Cimmaron Ash tree, Fraxinus pennsylvanica, 'Cimmzam', is a fast growing ash tree that has beautiful glossy purple-colored leaves for showy foliage color - Grow the Cimmaron Ash tree
Grow The Corkscrew Willow tree - Salix matsudana 'Tortuosa' Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014
The Corkscrew Willow tree, Salix matsudana, 'Tortuosa', is a small to medium-sized, upright spreading tree of about 30 feet in height with a 15-foot-spread. This deciduous tree is also known as Tortuosa or Dragon's Claw Willow - Grow The Corkscrew Willow tree
Bradford Flowernig Pear Tree - Pyrus calleryana, 'Bradford' Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on May 09 2008
The Bradford Flowernig Pear, Pyrus calleryana, 'Bradford', is an extremely popular, vigorous growing, medium size, shade tree with outstanding clusters of white blooms in spring and very attractive terrific yellow to red to purple foliage color in fall
Northern Red Oak Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on May 02 2011
Eastern Whitebud Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 03 2013
Forest Pansy Redbud Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 03 2013
Kwanzan Flowering Cherry Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 06 2014
Mimosa tree Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 06 2014
London Sycamore Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 06 2014
Native American Plum Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on May 09 2008
Osage Orange Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Oct 21 2008
Northern Catalpa Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on May 09 2008
Lombardy Poplar Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 06 2014
Osage Orange Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on May 09 2008
Russian Olive Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on May 09 2008
Gingko Tree Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 03 2013
Gobbler Sawtooth Oak Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 03 2013
Green Ash Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 03 2013
Hackberry Tree Last Updated By Administrator (admin) on Apr 05 2014


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