Here are the three deciduous trees we offer. Note: ultimately what is shipped could depend on our supplier. They plant seeds a year in advance attempting to predict future sales. Heavy demand and weather impacts on growth can impact their availability of trees. We reserve the right to substitute based on availability.
Fast growing & good for landscapes. 60-70 ft. tall with 40-60 ft. spread. Tremendous shade in the summer and beautiful color in the fall.
Easy to transplant and tolerant of urban conditions, including dry and acidic soil.
Acorns mature every other year, attracting wildlife when they do.
Lone Northern Red Oak standing in a field during summer
Fast growing and native to eastern & central U.S. Grows 90-130 ft. high with trunk diameters (not circumference) reaching 13 ft.
Grow in almost any soil but prefer deep, rich soil that is moist but well-drained. Easy to care for. Can withstand moderate drought after first couple of years.
Largest deciduous tree in the U.S. and lives almost 600 years.
Looking up the bark of a Sycamore
Grows 40-100 ft. high with a smallish diameter of 2-4 ft. The leaves are dark blue-green with a light underside, which makes for a beautiful graceful picture in the wind.
The shallow, aggressive roots help hold onto soil. The tree grows quickly and on poor soils due to its ability to fix nitrogen. Likes sunlight and dry soil.
Its wood is one of the most rot-resistant as well as being one of the hardest. Europe has started to supplant tropical woods with this tree.
Tree top flowers of the Black Locust
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