- Shade Trees
- Flowering Trees
- Evergreen Trees
- Fall Color
If you're looking for a tree to give a home to and you're not sure how to start, you can consider this Step 1! There are a lot of factors that go into purchasing a tree. You have to be aware of the location where you are planting the tree: the soil, the wildlife, how much sun the environment gets, and the environment as a whole. You will have to consider how much time you are willing to give to care for your trees and the cost for maintaining them. However, the benefits that trees offer can outweigh those costs. To see how, please feel free to read how to Add Value and Style to Your Home.
What exactly is a "hardiness zone"?
The 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. The map is based on the average annual minimum winter temperature, divided into 10-degree F zones.
"USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map." United States Department of Agriculture.
All of our trees are labeled with a zone in which they grow best. However, keep in mind that local variations such as moisture, soil, winds, and other conditions could affect your tree.
Find your zone and that will help you find your perfect tree!
If you're unsure of where you're located or would like a specific zone, you can find detailed zones by selecting your state in this interactive map here.
Choose from our many categories of trees to add to your property. If you are looking for shade or wind relief for your property, take a look at our collection of shade trees. If you are looking to add charm and beauty, feel free to browse our flowering trees collection. Don't be afraid to choose a tree because it is specified in a certain category! Many trees have more than one function.
Ask yourself these questions and consider what types of goals you are looking to accomplish for your home.