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Tree & Shrub Care Guides

We hope you find this information useful. Please note that the trees listed are not for sale - we do not sell trees. We simply provide this information to help our visitors make good choices in caring for their trees.

Tree Name Description How to Better Care?

Apple Tree

The apple tree (Malus domestica) is a deciduous fruit tree known for its delicious and versatile fruits. It is a member of the Rosaceae family. 

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Arborvitae Tree Arborvitae (Thuja) is a genus of evergreen coniferous trees and shrubs belonging to the cypress family (Cupressaceae). Learn More about how to better care your Arborvitae trees

Aspen Tree The aspen tree refers specifically to species within the Populus genus, with the quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) being one of the most well-known. Learn More

Buckeye Tree Buckeye trees belong to the Aesculus genus and are deciduous trees known for their distinctive palmate leaves and large, glossy seeds, often referred to as "buckeyes" or "chestnuts" Learn More

Catalpa Tree: The Catalpa tree belongs to the Bignoniaceae family and includes several species, with the two most common being the Southern Catalpa (Catalpa bignonioides) and the Northern Catalpa (Catalpa speciosa). Learn more about how to better care your Catalpa trees

Cedar TreeCedar trees are members of the genus Cedrus, and various species are found in different parts of the world. Learn more about how to better care your Cedar trees

Cherry Tree: Cherry trees belong to the Prunus genus and encompass various species, including sweet cherries (Prunus avium) and sour cherries (Prunus cerasus). Learn more about how to better care your Cherry trees

Chestnut Tree: Chestnut trees belong to the Castanea genus and include several species such as the American chestnut (Castanea dentata) and the European chestnut (Castanea sativa). Learn more about how to better care your Chestnut trees

Citrus Tree: Citrus trees belong to the Rutaceae family and include popular fruit-bearing species like oranges (Citrus sinensis), lemons (Citrus limon), limes (Citrus aurantiifolia), and grapefruits(Citrus paradisi). Learn more about how to better care your Citrus trees

Cottonwood Tree: Cottonwood refers to several species within the Populus genus, with the Eastern Cottonwood (Populus deltoides) and the Black Cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa) being common examples. Learn more about how to better care your Cottonwood trees

Crabapple TreeCrabapple trees are part of the Malus genus and are often cultivated for their ornamental value and attractive spring blossoms. Learn more about how to better care your Crabapple trees

Dogwood TreeCrabapple trees are part of the Malus genus and are often cultivated for their ornamental value and attractive spring blossoms. Learn more about how to better care your Crabapple trees

Douglas-Fir TreeDouglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) is a coniferous evergreen tree and one of the tallest trees in North America. Learn more about how to better care your Douglas-Fir trees

Elm TreeElm trees belong to the Ulmus genus and are deciduous trees known for their distinctive serrated leaves and often vase-shaped crown. Learn more about how to better care your Elm trees

Fir TreeFir trees belong to the genus Abies and are evergreen conifers with needle-like leaves arranged spirally on the branches. Learn more about how to better care your Fir trees

Ginkgo Tree: The Ginkgo tree (Ginkgo biloba) is a unique deciduous tree known for its distinctive fan-shaped leaves and a remarkable history dating back millions of years. Learn more about how to better care your Ginkgo trees

Hawthorn Tree: Hawthorn trees belong to the Crataegus genus, comprising a large group of deciduous trees and shrubs known for their thorny branches, lobed leaves, and clusters of small white or pink flowers. Learn more about how to better care your Hawthorn trees

Hickory Tree: Hickory trees belong to the Carya genus and are deciduous hardwood trees known for their valuable wood and edible nuts. Learn more about how to better care your Hickory trees

Holly Tree: Holly trees belong to the Ilex genus, which includes evergreen and deciduous species known for their glossy, spiky leaves and often red berries. Learn more about how to better care your Holly trees

Horsechestnut Tree: The Horse Chestnut tree (Aesculus hippocastanum) is a large deciduous tree known for its distinctive palmate leaves and showy clusters of white flowers with a touch of red or pink. Learn more about how to better care your Horsechestnut trees

Juniper Tree: Juniper trees belong to the genus Juniperus, which includes both evergreen trees and shrubs. They are known for their needle-like or scale-like leaves and the production of small, berry-like cones. Learn more about how to better care your Juniper trees

Kentucky Coffee Tree: The Kentucky Coffee Tree (Gymnocladus dioicus) is a deciduous tree native to North America, known for its unique and large bipinnately compound leaves and large seed pods. Learn more about how to better care your Kentucky Coffee trees

Linden Tree: Linden trees belong to the Tilia genus and are deciduous trees known for their heart-shaped leaves and fragrant, yellowish-white flowers that bloom in late spring and early summer.. Learn more about how to better care your Linden trees

Locust Tree: The term "locust tree" can refer to different species, but commonly, it is used for trees in the genera Robinia and Gleditsia. Robinia pseudoacacia, the Black Locust, is a common species in this context. Learn more about how to better care your Locust trees

London PlanetreeThe London Plane Tree (Platanus × acerifolia) is a hybrid tree resulting from the crossbreeding of the American sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) and the Oriental plane (Platanus orientalis). Learn more about how to better care your London Planetree

Magnolia Tree: Magnolia trees belong to the Magnoliaceae family and are known for their large, showy, fragrant flowers. There are many species and cultivars of magnolias, each with unique characteristics. Learn more about how to better care your Magnolia Tree

Maple TreeMaple trees belong to the genus Acer and are known for their distinctive palmate leaves and winged seeds called samaras. They are deciduous trees that exhibit vibrant fall foliage in various shades of red, orange, and yellow. Learn more about how to better care your Maple Tree

Mulberry Tree: Mulberry trees belong to the Morus genus and are deciduous trees known for their lobed leaves and sweet, juicy berries. There are various species of mulberries, and they can range in size from small ornamental trees to larger fruit-bearing varieties. Learn more about how to better care your Mulberry Tree

Oak TreeOak trees belong to the Quercus genus and are deciduous or evergreen trees known for their distinctive lobed leaves and acorns. There are over 500 species of oaks, and they are a vital component of many forest ecosystems. Learn more about how to better care your Oak Tree

Palm Tree: Palm trees belong to the Arecaceae family and are characterized by their unbranched stems (trunks) with large, often fan-shaped or feather-like leaves. There are thousands of palm species, each with unique characteristics. Learn more about how to better care your Palm Tree

Pear TreePear trees belong to the Pyrus genus and are deciduous fruit trees known for their sweet and juicy pears. There are many species and cultivars, each with unique fruit characteristics and growth habits. Learn more about how to better care your Pear Tree

Pine TreePine trees belong to the Pinus genus and are evergreen conifers characterized by needle-like leaves and pine cones. There are over 120 species of pines, and they are a prominent component of many forest ecosystems. Learn more about how to better care your Pine Tree

Poplar TreePoplar trees belong to the Populus genus, which includes a diverse group of deciduous trees. Common species include the Eastern Cottonwood (Populus deltoides) and the Lombardy Poplar (Populus nigra "Italica"). Learn more about how to better care your Poplar Tree

Redbud TreeThe redbud tree, scientifically known as Cercis, is a deciduous tree appreciated for its vibrant, pink to purple flowers that bloom in spring before the leaves emerge. Learn more about how to better care your Redbud Tree

Spruce Tree: Spruce trees belong to the Picea genus and are coniferous evergreen trees known for their needle-like leaves and distinctive cones. Learn more about how to better care your Spruce Tree

Sycamore Tree: The term "sycamore" is commonly used to refer to two distinct species: the American sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) and the London plane tree (Platanus × acerifolia), a hybrid of American sycamore and Oriental plane. Learn more about how to better care your Sycamore Tree

Tulip Tree: The tulip tree, also known as the tulip poplar or yellow poplar, refers to species within the Liriodendron genus. The two primary species are the American tulip tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) and the Chinese tulip tree (Liriodendron chinense). Learn more about how to better care your Tulip Tree

Willow TreeThe term "willow" refers to various species within the Salix genus, which includes deciduous trees and shrubs known for their slender branches, lance-shaped leaves, and often flexible twigs. Learn more about how to better care your Willow Tree

Wisteria TreeWisteria is a genus of deciduous climbing vines known for its cascading clusters of fragrant and colorful pea-like flowers. Learn more about how to better care your Wisteria Tree