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The Mountainash American Sorbus americana is a smooth-barked tree that can reach a height of 30 feet with a trunk 18 inches in diameter. The crown is narrow open and round-topped. Its dark green leaves resemble those of the sumac and turn orange and purple in the fall. This tree provides spring and summer interest with white flower clusters in the spring and then these blooms yield brightly colored clusters of red berries in the summertime. Mountainash prefers acidic soil with good drainage and full sun to light shade..
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European Mountainash Trees

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The Mountainash European Sorbus aucuparia is known for its showy white flowers and its numerous bright red berries. Its alternate name Rowan comes from an old Scandinavian word meaning red. The odor of its white spring flowers is objectionable to so

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American Elm Trees

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The American Elm tree Ulmus americana is the largest and most wide spread elm tree in the United States. These Elm trees have a tall drooping crown growing above divided trunks which give the Ulmus americana a distictive vase-like appearance. This shade tree grows best on rich moist soils but will withstand less than optimum conditions. American Elm trees are used on lawns shelterbelts and as an ornamental. This deciduous tree provides birds and mammals with food from the fruit and the buds of this native tree. It grows rapidly and it is widely adaptable.

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American Beech Trees

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The American Beech tree Fagus Grandifolia has a short trunk with a spreading crown and is a very stately tree. These beech trees have thin smooth blue-gray bark. The American Beech grows best in full sun but will withstand partial shade. The fagus grandifolia grows robust in well-drained moist acid soil; but will not stand compaction. This deciduous species has leaves that are a beautiful dark green in the summer and turn to a golden brown fall color. The foliage on young American Beech remains in winter. This beech tree is a dense shade tree whose nuts attract birds and squirrels. American Beech trees have a slow to moderate growth rate.

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The American Arborvitae Thuja occidentalis is a conifer evergreen tree that is widely used as an accent tree or as a privacy hedge tree. American Arborvitae trees have a broad pyramidal shape with erect branches that are dense and crowded together. The scale-like leaves are abruply pointed. The leaf color is bright green above and pale green below and they may turn a yellow brown is some winters. This evergreen tree prefers a deep well drained site. When established it can stand considerable heat and drought. It is one of the most popular of all trees for windbreaks and year around privacy screening. It may be sheared and shaped to fit into most every landscaping need.

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American Hornbeam Trees

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The American Hornbeam tree Carpinus caroliniana is a shade tolerant under story tree. American Hornbeam trees are also known by the common names of Musclewood Ironwood Blue Beech and Water Beech trees. The word hornbeam comes from the words horn for toughness and beam an old English word for tree and refers to this trees very hard tough wood. This deciduous species provides nuts that are eaten by many birds such as grouse bobwhite pheasant and wild turkey. Cottontail rabbits and deer nibble on the shoots of this tree. Carpinus caroliniana exhibits leaves that are thin and beautifully translucent. This shade tree will provide cool dense shade in the summer because of its many leaves giving a dense appearance. In late autumn the leaves turn deep scarlet and orange providing good fall color tree.

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American Sycamore Trees

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The American Sycamore Platanus occidentalis is a very adaptabe and rugged tree. American Sycamore trees are fast growing large shade trees with a massive trunk and a have a wide-spreading open crown of large crooked branches. This deciduous tree has a smooth almost white bark when mature. The bark will flake off in irregular thin pieces which give American Sycamore trees an impressive mottled appearance. Sycamore trees have light green colored leaves that turn golden in the fall providing contrasting fall color. The American Sycamore has moderate water requirements and exhibits a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. It is a very popular city tree for adverse urban conditions and soils.

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American Linden Trees

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The American Linden Tilia americana is a rapid growing tree with fragrant yellow flowers and large dense foliage that provides excellent shade. Although it will grow in dry heavier soils it prefers deep moist soils. Its shape is pyramidal in youth but rounded at maturity. A medium to large tree native east of the Missouri River in North Dakota. American Linden is desirable as a landscape tree for its large stature shade and aromatic flowers. Fruit with attached pale-green bract gives tree a two-tone appearance in late summer. Use as a shade boulevard or park tree. It needs open landscape areas due to its large size and spreading root system.

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