Saucer Magnolia

Introduction The saucer magnolia is a hybrid magnolia that was grown specifically for its wonderful flowers and short height that ensured it to be a delicate and delightful ornamental tree. It is easy to grow and free of many pests that other magnolias usually contend with. This tree is eligible for a $50 Tree Rebate. [...]

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River Birch

Introduction The river birch is commonly seen in swamps and along rivers, but its particular shade of bark color and exfoliating properties lead it to be an excellent ornamental tree. This is made all the more easy by the fact that the river birch is a sturdy, relatively pest- and disease-free tree that thrives in [...]

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Eastern Redbud

Introduction The adaptable and sturdy redbud tree is highly prized for its vibrant and brilliant seasonal colors; from the showy pink and purple flowers in spring to the fall showcase of yellow and orange leaves, this tree is sure to impress and delight. More detail: Eastern Redbud’s Tree of the Month. This tree is eligible [...]

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Red Maple

Introduction One of the most common and widespread deciduous trees of eastern North America, the red maple is welcomed for its brilliant fall colors and pretty flowers that it produces in spring. It is extremely adaptable to a wide range of locales which make it an excellent ornamental tree. This tree is eligible for a $100 Tree Rebate. [...]

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Katsura-Tree

Introduction The Katsura-tree is another exotic tree from Asia that is known for its unique leaf shape and general attractiveness. The Katsura-tree can put on a delightful show in the fall and has a manageable size that makes it an easy pick for an ornamental tree. This tree is eligible for a $50 Tree Rebate. [...]

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Japanese Cryptomeria

Introduction Intricately tied to Japanese and Asian culture, the graceful yet strong features of the Japanese cryptomeria add to its mystique and exotic origins. It can grow in a variety of soils and is commonly transplanted from its native country to the U.S., where it is perfect as an ornamental tree that can transform any [...]

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Hawthorn

Introduction A flowering tree with small edible fruits, the hawthorn has cultural significance for many ancient cultures. With large white flowers and small red apple-like fruits, the hawthorn is a delight to see all year-round. This tree is eligible for a $50 Tree Rebate. More detail: Hawthorn’s Tree of the Month. Common Name Hawthorn Latin [...]

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Eastern Red Cedar

Introduction A common cypress tree in the northeastern United States, the eastern red cedar has a slender yet stout spire-like appearance and is usually one of the first trees to establish after clear-cutting and for mine reforestation, which is a testament to its durable and hardy qualities. This tree is eligible for a $50 Tree [...]

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