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    Maple Trees prefer full sun or partial shade.
Maple trees produce a vibrant, eye catching fall foliage.

    Maple Trees


    Maple trees can be grown in Hardy Zones 3 through 9  Bloom Season – Maple trees will start to bloom in March through June, depending on weather conditions.   Bloom Color – Usually green, yellow, orange, or red,...

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    Mulberry tree is favored by many varieties of birds who enjoy eating the berries and is known as a regular habitat for silkworms. Mulberry tree can be grown in colder climates in potted situations where the plant is brought inside during the winter months.

    Mulberry Tree


    Hardy Planting Zone   The mulberry tree does best in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's hardiness regions known between zones 3 and 9.   Bloom Season   Like many other trees, the mulberry has a season for blooming...

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    October Glory Maple Trees are Beautiful in the Fall .
October Glory Maple Tree is a beautiful shade tree.

    October Glory Maple Tree


    Hardy Planting Zone: 3-9 Bloom Season: Spring/Summer Bloom Color: Red, Orange, and Green  Height at Maturity: 40-50’ Soil Type Preferred: Various (thrives in well-drained, slightly acidic soil) Sun or Shade: Full...

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     Pin Oak Tree is a tree that has leaves that change color throughout the year, ranging from green to scarlet and bronze.  Pin Oak Tree is a tree that has leaves that change color throughout the year, ranging from green to scarlet and bronze.

    Pin Oak Tree


      Hardy Planting Zone- Zones 3-9  Bloom Season - Late spring  Bloom Color - Yellow-green  Height at Maturity - 65' to 70'  Soil Type Preferred- Acidic, wet soil  Sun or Shade - Full...

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    Post Oak Trees are grown for their lumber production.
Post Oak Tree are among  the most long lived trees.

    Post Oak Tree


         Post oak, also known as rough oak, iron oak, and box white oak, is a small to medium tree that can also grow as a shrub.  The plant grows an average of 40 feet high, but some Post oak trees reach as tall as 108 feet depending...

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    Red Cedar Tree is  #1 Favorite old-fashioned Christmas Tree in the United States of America due  to their longevity and fragrance. 
Red Cedar Tree can live around 150 years and is a native species to North America and commonly found in the eastern states as well as southern Canada.

    Red Cedar Tree


    Red Cedar Tree is A massive tree with beautiful features. The red cedar tends to grow best in zones 3 through 9. These areas are located in the Pacific Northwest, especially in Washington and Oregon, where more rain tends to fall so that the tree can...

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    Red Maple Trees thrive in hardiness zones 1-11
Red Maple Trees can grow to heights of 90-120 feet at maturity.

    Red Maple Tree


    Hardy Planting Zone-3-9  Bloom Season– late winter; December through May depending on elevation and latitude  Bloom Color - Red  Height at Maturity – 90 to 120 feet  Soil Type Preferred –...

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    Red Oak Trees can tolerate both shade and drought conditions.
Red Oak Trees grow best in hardy zones 3-8

    Red Oak Tree


    Hardy Planting Zone: Zones 3-9 Bloom Season: Late spring/early summer  Bloom Color: Yellow/green Height at Maturity: 60 to 75 ft.  Soil Type Preferred: Well-drained, sandy, acidic Sun or Shade: Full sun    Officially known...

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    Redbud Trees can grow 25 to 30 feet tall at maturity.
Redbud prefers well drained, moist alkaline soil conditions.

    Redbud Tree


    Redbud Trees  Hardy Planting Zone: Zones 3-9 Bloom Season: April Bloom Color: Pink Height at Maturity: 25 to 30 ft. tall Soil Type Preferred: Well-drained, moist, alkaline Sun or Shade: Full sun to partial shade     Redbud...

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    River Birch Trees thrive when planted in  hardy zones 3-9
River Birch Trees thrive when planted in  hardy zones 3-9

    River Birch Tree


    Hardy Planting Zone – USDA zones 3 through 9 Bloom Season – Late May and early June Bloom Color – Green Height at Maturity – 40 to 70 feet tall Soil Type Preferred – Moist, fertile soil Sun or...

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    Rose of Sharon looks its best when planted in full sun and kept in moist ground.
Rose of Sharon  flowers are usually pink in color, but other color variations include purple, white, and light pink.

    Rose Of Sharon


    Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus Syriacus)   Rose of Sharon thrives in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 4-9.  Bloom Season and Colors An eye-catching shrub, Rose of Sharon blooms from June through October and produces medium-sized 4-5 lobed...

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    Sassafras trees typically requires 6 hours of direct sun each day to reach its full potential.
Sassafras Trees grow effectively in partial-shade areas with at least 4 hours of direct sun daily.

    Sassafras Tree


    Sassafras Trees Hardy Planting Zone- Sassafras trees are best suited to be grown in USDA growing zones 3 through 9 (from as far north as Minnesota to most of Florida) Bloom Season - Sassafras trees bloom in the spring (March, April, &...

More Than An Ordinary Tree 

Trees: Improving the Environment and Adding Natural Beauty

 When you incorporate an ordinary tree into any landscape setting, you also contribute to the entire environment's beauty and health. The average tree will lower the air pollution level as it absorbs rainfall while filtering water. A tree will reduce the overall impact of stormwater and flooding. An ordinary tree does indeed add beauty because it attracts many birds and an assortment of wildlife. A tree provides shelter to creatures and added nourishment. A natural surrounding tends to breed beautiful and peaceful settings. A tree will reduce some noise pollution as it matures and spreads its branches through the atmosphere. There are many reasons to add a tree into any yard space:

 * a natural coolant

 * cleaner air

 * stress reduction

 * increase value

 * added landscape appeal

 * An increase in the Oxygen level

 * more


Enjoying Growth, Relaxation, and Satisfaction

 When you choose to plant a tree in a landscape, you can count on enjoying a satisfying experience as you watch it blossom and grow afterward. There are so many grand tree planting attributes that ought to be thoroughly enjoyed by an amateur gardener or professional gardener. Buying your tree and planting it can be viewed as an empowering and relaxing endeavor. The selection process will invoke added thoughtfulness and care. It is essential to be informed about prospective trees and their care for the entire lifespan. The actual planting is considered very relaxing because it is calming and joyful at the same time. Height and growth patterns will need to be considered during the buying process. A healthy and vibrant tree will be a very moving image every day while cleaning the environment's air.


Tree Planting: Items to Consider

 The first item to be informed about is the tree height. The tree or trees will need to be measured for space purposes. Keep in mind that any landscape problems can be avoided when the mature spread and height are considered ahead of time. Be sure a tree is suitable for the weather conditions. You will need to be informed about insects and susceptibility too. Growth patterns will play a role in space and lifespan; There are various stages of tree growth. There are variations within the designs. Many have reduced growth in lower rainfall periods. Taller and fast-growing trees will have more access to the light of the sun. The growth pattern involves the stages of the tree's life. The soil will play a role in the texture and drainage and can affect the growing process. It is good to have a soil assessment completed to determine if it is acidic or that it is healthy for tree growth. PH levels and drainage ought to be considered. 


The Right Tree Will be in the Right Location

 As you are putting thought into your tree purchase, you will want to buy the right tree and place it in the correct location. A well-planned area will allow for trees that can grow and mature. It is common to select a site that is at least 15 feet from a building.


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