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The Eastern Red Cedar Juniperus Virginiana is a small to medium-sized aromatic evergreen tree. Typically the trunk is straight and the tree has a pointed dense conical crown that may be varied or irregular depending on ecotype or competing vegetation. The fruit or cone is berrylike and dark blue. Birds devour the fruit. Eastern Red Cedar trees can grow on a variety of soils. Its deep roots and small leaf surface make it very drought resistant. It is the primary species in most windbreaks. The wood of the Red Cedar is fragrant and is used extensively for furniture. The foliage is bright green to dark green..
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Eastern Red Oak Trees

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The Eastern Red Oak tree Quercus maxima is a hardwood tree that you can recognize by its pointy-lobed leaves with prickly tips. In autumn the leaves turn a vibrant red adding bursts of color to our landscapes. This deciduous tree produces many acorns and is a great provider of food for wildlife. The tree is very similar to the Northen Red Oak and is sometimes called a Northen Red Oak. It grows rapidly for an Oak tree and is widely adaptable to moisture and soil types.

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The Red Bud tree Cercis Canadensis is also known as the eastern red bud and sometimes referred to as the Judas tree because it dates back to biblical times. It is a small deciduous tree that displays an abundance of purple blossoms in the spring. It has large heart shaped leaves during the summer and long seedpods in the fall. Red Bud trees have a yellow fall color. These trees are effective as a single specimen in groupings in a shrub border and especially nice in woodland and naturalized type situations. It has low water requirements and displays a high tolerance to salt and alkali soils. Thousands of small rosy-pink flowers appear in the spring before leaves appear. It can be used in full sun to part shade. Does well in many soil types except permanently wet soils. The seed pods attract wildlife.

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Eastern Whitebud Trees

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The Eastern Whitebud tree Cercis canadensis alba is best known for their profuse white pea-like flowers. The heart-shaped leaves of this redbud tree are 3-5 across and its fruit are brown flat pods about 2-3 long. The trunk of this small tree usually branches close to the ground resulting in a spreading flat-topped to rounded crown. Eastern Whitebud trees grow best in full sun to light shade with moist well-drained deep soil. This small deciduous tree is adaptable to other soil types but will not grow well in permanently wet or poorly drained soil. It is used as an ornamental or patio tree.

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Eastern White Pine Trees

Eastern White Pine Trees

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The Eastern White Pine Pinus Strobus is a beautiful landscape pine widely used throughout much of North America. This evergreen conifer tree is a truly magnificent tree attaining a height of 80 feet at maturity with a diameter of two to three feet. It carries long soft bluish green needles with large brown cones. Eastern White Pine trees are widely used as a screen or windbreak. It grows rapidly for a pine tree and is pyramidal shaped when young becoming umbrella-shaped with age. The White Pine tree is long-lived and vigorous. The White Pine takes six to eight years to produce a six-foot tree on good sites. It grows best in full sun or partial shade and in ordinary soil. It can tolerate wet swampy areas. Space 6 ft. apart for screening purposes. It is easily controlled and is good for small properties as well as field plantings. Also widely used for Christmas trees and timber.

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The Bur Oak tree Quercus macrocarpa is a long-lived majestic oak tree. It is also called the Burr Oak. The Bur Oak is a tall fairly slow-growing long-lived tree highly desirable for windbreaks shelterbelts and ornamental use. It has an impressive crown with a massive trunk which makes it a picturesque specimen. Bur Oak trees adapt to various soils where other oaks may fail. This deciduous tree is tolerant to urban conditions. Autumn colors are yellow-green yellow and yellow brown. The tree will bear acorns in the nursery in ten years.

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The Paw Paw tree Asimina triloba is a multi-stemmed shrub or small tree with short trunk and rounded top that presents a semi-tropical appearance. PawPaw trees average about 15 in height at maturity. It prospers in moist soils and when placed at the edge of a wooded area as an understory tree. It is recognized by its sleepy summer foliage and nodding bright purple flowers in the spring. The unusual 3-lobed flowers are followed by a black edible berry with a taste similar to banana-pear with a custard consistency. This deciduous trees is growing in popularity largely because of the edible fruit it produces. These highly nutritous oval fruits get 2 to 5 inches long and turn yellow-orange when ripe. The fruit is an excellent source of vitamins A and C. Two trees are necessary for pollination reasons. Fall color is a brilliant yellow.

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The Pin Oak tree Quercus palustris is probably the most widely used native oak for landscaping. One of the faster growing oaks; it can grow 12 to 15 over a 5 to 7 year period. Pin Oak trees have moderate water requirements and have a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. This deciduous tree prospers in a range of soil types including wet soils. It has pyramidal dense pendulous lower branches when mature. It loses it lower limbs with age. Young trees and lower branches of older trees hold leaves throughout winter. Transplants well.

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White Ash Trees

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The White Ash tree Fraxinus Americana is a handsome native tree. It develops an open and rather round topped crown in its old age. This is the largest of the ash trees in North America. Mature trunks can reach almost 6 feet in diameter. This deciduous tree has firm gray bark with diamond-shaped furrows and interlacing ridges. The tree grows in the rich moist well-drained soil of bottomlands and other soil types on not-so-dry slopes. The size and value of White Ash trees makes this one of the primary commercial hardwoods in the United States. The wood is hard strong elastic and very useful. Several kinds of birds eat the fruit. The foliage is dark green in the summer and turns to yellow or maroon in the fall. It is tall stately and long lived.

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