Misc Trees

    Top 10 Fruit Trees

    By Sheereen Othman | March 20, 2017

    With the weather warming up in the southern hardiness zones, tree shipping has begun at the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Nursery.  If you’re thinking about adding trees and shrubs to your yard this spring, it’s not too late to order. Here are the top 10 fruit trees sold from the Arbor Day Tree Nursery , in order of the most popular. Bing Cherry (Prunus avium ‘Bing’) When it comes to cherries, the Bing variety tops the list in terms of…

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    Southern Magnolia: A Southern Charm

    Magnolia grandiflora Magnolias are entwined with the history of the south. Named after Pierre Magnol — the French botanist who discovered the tree in Louisiana and took seedlings back with him to France — …

    By Sheereen Othman | March 14, 2017
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    Top 10 Flowering Trees

    The season of vibrant blossoms and sweet scents is almost here.  Although the weather says otherwise in some parts of the country, many people will start their spring planting. Flowering trees are great choices…

    By Sheereen Othman | March 13, 2017
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    Smoketree: A Mystic Mirage

    Cotinus coggygria Native to the rolling hills of the Mediterranean, this luring beauty is a tree that ignites curiosity. It is one of the most arresting shrubs available to gardeners today. As the name…

    By Sheereen Othman | March 7, 2017
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    Top 10 Shade Trees

    Spring shipping starts today! Looking for a great shade tree that will add beauty and benefits? Check out the top 10 shade trees sold through the Arbor Day nursery. Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides) The…

    By Sheereen Othman | March 6, 2017
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    Austrian Pine: Tree of the Dust Bowl

    Pinus nigra The Austrian Pine was introduced to the United States in 1759. A Native of Austria, northern Italy and Yugoslavia, the tree made its way to the U.S. when mass numbers of central…

    By Sheereen Othman | February 28, 2017