Fall 2022
Tree Giveaway

Trees Lexington! TREE WEEK Tree Giveaway

October 15, 2022, 9a-11a

Greyline Station, 101 west Loudon Avenue

 

Find us in the large parking lot accessible from Loudon Avenue!

This giveaway allows one (1) tree per address. Please determine more than one species that would suit your site conditions, as we have an average quantity of ten (10) specimens per species. 

Deciduous 

American Basswood

American Beech

American Hornbeam

American Persimmon

American Sycamore

Baldcypress

Bitternut Hickory

Blue Ash

Catalpa

Chestnut (hybrid)

Chokecherry

Hackberry

Hop Hornbeam

Hoptree (Wafer Ash)

KY Coffeetree

Northern Pecan

Oak (mult. species)

Pawpaw

Pagoda Dogwood

Red Maple

Redbud

River Birch

Serviceberry

     Shadblow

     Allegheny

Sugar Maple

Sweetgum

Tulip Poplar

Tupelotree (Blackgum)

Washington Hawthorn

Yellow Birch

Yellow Buckeye

Coniferous

American Larch

Eastern Red Cedar

Loblolly Pine

Norway Spruce

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Things to note:

  • Trees are only available to residents of Fayette County

  • One (1) tree per address

  • Trees/species are in limited supply and will be given out on a first come, first served basis.

  • All trees will be in two (2) or three (3) gallon containers with potting soil. We recommend bringing a towel or tarp to set trees on if transporting inside your vehicle.

  • Trees need both love and care, especially in the first few years of their establishment. Receiving one of these trees means you commit to keeping it watered (10 gallons/week or 1 inch of rainfall), mulched, and fertilized (if needed). We are available to help with questions related to tree care as they grow!

  • Due to street tree species requirements set by the City of Lexington, we advise you to apply now for a permit with "acceptable species" indicated where prompted for species information. We suggest choosing 3 street tree friendly species you'd be happy with since our giveaway is first come, first served.

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We recommend most of these trees for open front and/or back yards.

Some trees are acceptable species for street trees, and require a permit before planting. The process is simple! Browse the acceptable species and apply for a permit today!

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MEET THE SPECIES:

Below are some of the tree species we will have available for our Fall Giveaway. Click through each species to see which ones might be the best fit for you. 

Bur Oak (Quercus macrocarpa)
Bur Oak (Quercus macrocarpa)

A majestic, large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Typical mature height is 60 to 80 feet. The bur oak is relatively slow growing, but will live a long time under good conditions. This species produces large acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Bur Oak Leaf
Bur Oak Leaf

A majestic, large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Typical mature height is 60 to 80 feet. The bur oak is relatively slow growing, but will live a long time under good conditions. This species produces large acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Bur Oak Acorn
Bur Oak Acorn

A majestic, large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Typical mature height is 60 to 80 feet. The bur oak is relatively slow growing, but will live a long time under good conditions. This species produces large acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Bur Oak (Quercus macrocarpa)
Bur Oak (Quercus macrocarpa)

A majestic, large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Typical mature height is 60 to 80 feet. The bur oak is relatively slow growing, but will live a long time under good conditions. This species produces large acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Yellow Buckeye (Aesculus flava)
Yellow Buckeye (Aesculus flava)

A large shade tree that prefers medium to large lawns. Typical mature height is 60 to 80 feet. The Yellow Buckeye is has a moderate growth rate. This species is known for its flowers in late spring and produces shiny brown "buckeyes" in the fall.

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Yellow Buckeye - Flower
Yellow Buckeye - Flower

A large shade tree that prefers medium to large lawns. Typical mature height is 60 to 80 feet. The Yellow Buckeye is has a moderate growth rate. This species is known for its flowers in late spring and produces shiny brown "buckeyes" in the fall.

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Yellow Buckeye - Buckeye
Yellow Buckeye - Buckeye

A large shade tree that prefers medium to large lawns. Typical mature height is 60 to 80 feet. The Yellow Buckeye is has a moderate growth rate. This species is known for its flowers in late spring and produces shiny brown "buckeyes" in the fall.

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Yellow Buckeye (Aesculus flava)
Yellow Buckeye (Aesculus flava)

A large shade tree that prefers medium to large lawns. Typical mature height is 60 to 80 feet. The Yellow Buckeye is has a moderate growth rate. This species is known for its flowers in late spring and produces shiny brown "buckeyes" in the fall.

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Yellow Buckeye
Catalpa (Catalpa speciosa)
Catalpa (Catalpa speciosa)

A medium to large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Typical mature height is 50 to 70 feet. Is able to grow in poor or rocky soils. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Catalpa - Flowers
Catalpa - Flowers

A medium to large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Typical mature height is 50 to 70 feet. Is able to grow in poor or rocky soils. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Catalpa - Growth Form
Catalpa - Growth Form

A medium to large shade tree with an irregularly rounded crown. The Catalpa prefers full sun and has a mature height of 40 to 60 feet. It is able to tolerate dry sites, occasional flooding, and road salt. This species produces showy flowers in the early summer and is popular with insect pollinators.

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Catalpa (Catalpa speciosa)
Catalpa (Catalpa speciosa)

A medium to large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Typical mature height is 50 to 70 feet. Is able to grow in poor or rocky soils. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Catalpa
Cherrybark Oak (Quercus pagoda)
Cherrybark Oak (Quercus pagoda)

The Cherrybark Oak is a large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Its mature height is approximately 110'-130'. It is considered one of the most highly valued of the oaks in the southern United States. Relative to other oaks, this oak is considered to be fast growing. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity. Photo by Bruce Kirchoff from Greensboro, NC, USA.

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Cherrybark Oak Leaf
Cherrybark Oak Leaf

The Cherrybark Oak is a large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Its mature height is approximately 110'-130'. It is considered one of the most highly valued of the oaks in the southern United States. Relative to other oaks, this oak is considered to be fast growing. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity. Photo by Bruce Kirchoff from Greensboro, NC, USA.

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Cherrybark Oak Acorn
Cherrybark Oak Acorn

The Cherrybark Oak is a large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Its mature height is approximately 110'-130'. It is considered one of the most highly valued of the oaks in the southern United States. Relative to other oaks, this oak is considered to be fast growing. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity. Photo by Bruce Kirchoff from Greensboro, NC, USA.

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Cherrybark Oak (Quercus pagoda)
Cherrybark Oak (Quercus pagoda)

The Cherrybark Oak is a large shade tree that prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. Its mature height is approximately 110'-130'. It is considered one of the most highly valued of the oaks in the southern United States. Relative to other oaks, this oak is considered to be fast growing. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity. Photo by Bruce Kirchoff from Greensboro, NC, USA.

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Cherrybark Oak
Overcup Oak (Quercus lyrata)
Overcup Oak (Quercus lyrata)

The Overcup Oak is a medium to large shade tree with a typical height range of 40 to 60 feet. It prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Overcup Oak - Seniscing
Overcup Oak - Seniscing

The Overcup Oak is a medium to large shade tree with a typical height range of 40 to 60 feet. It prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Overcup Oak (Quercus lyrata)
Overcup Oak (Quercus lyrata)

The Overcup Oak is a medium to large shade tree with a typical height range of 40 to 60 feet. It prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Kentucky Coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus)
Kentucky Coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus)

The Kentucky Coffeetree is a large shade tree with an irregular growth form. It has a mature height of approximately 60 to 75 feet and prefers full sun. It is known for its large compound leaves and long-leathery seedpods.

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Kentucky Coffeetree - Compound Leaves
Kentucky Coffeetree - Compound Leaves

The Kentucky Coffeetree is a large shade tree with an irregular growth form. It has a mature height of approximately 60 to 75 feet and prefers full sun. It is known for its large compound leaves and long-leathery seedpods.

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Kentucky Coffeetree - Seed Pod
Kentucky Coffeetree - Seed Pod

The Kentucky Coffeetree is a large shade tree with an irregular growth form. It has a mature height of approximately 60 to 75 feet and prefers full sun. It is known for its large compound leaves and long-leathery seedpods.

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Kentucky Coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus)
Kentucky Coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus)

The Kentucky Coffeetree is a large shade tree with an irregular growth form. It has a mature height of approximately 60 to 75 feet and prefers full sun. It is known for its large compound leaves and long-leathery seedpods.

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Kentucky Coffeetree
White Oak (Quercus alba)
White Oak (Quercus alba)

The White Oak is a large shade tree with a typical height range of 50 to 80 feet. Pyramidal when young, but matures into a substantial tree with a wide-spreading, rounded crown. It prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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White Oak Fall Color
White Oak Fall Color

The White Oak is a large shade tree with a typical height range of 50 to 80 feet. Pyramidal when young, but matures into a substantial tree with a wide-spreading, rounded crown. It prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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White Oak New Acorn
White Oak New Acorn

The White Oak is a large shade tree with a typical height range of 50 to 80 feet. Pyramidal when young, but matures into a substantial tree with a wide-spreading, rounded crown. It prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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White Oak (Quercus alba)
White Oak (Quercus alba)

The White Oak is a large shade tree with a typical height range of 50 to 80 feet. Pyramidal when young, but matures into a substantial tree with a wide-spreading, rounded crown. It prefers large lawns and open spaces with full sun. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Swamp White Oak (Quercus bicolor)
Swamp White Oak (Quercus bicolor)

The Swamp White Oak is a medium to large shade tree with a typical height range of 50 to 60 feet. It can thrive in medium to large lawns. Unlike some of the other oaks listed, this species has a preference for wet, low-lying areas and can tolerate occasional flooding. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Swamp White Oak Leaves
Swamp White Oak Leaves

The Swamp White Oak is a medium to large shade tree with a typical height range of 50 to 60 feet. It can thrive in medium to large lawns. Unlike some of the other oaks listed, this species has a preference for wet, low-lying areas and can tolerate occasional flooding. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Swamp White Oak Acorns
Swamp White Oak Acorns

The Swamp White Oak is a medium to large shade tree with a typical height range of 50 to 60 feet. It can thrive in medium to large lawns. Unlike some of the other oaks listed, this species has a preference for wet, low-lying areas and can tolerate occasional flooding. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Swamp White Oak (Quercus bicolor)
Swamp White Oak (Quercus bicolor)

The Swamp White Oak is a medium to large shade tree with a typical height range of 50 to 60 feet. It can thrive in medium to large lawns. Unlike some of the other oaks listed, this species has a preference for wet, low-lying areas and can tolerate occasional flooding. This species produces acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Tulip Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera)
Tulip Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera)

The Tulip Poplar is a large, fast-growing shade tree. Its mature height is typically between 70 to 90 feet. The Tulip Poplar is known for its yellow "tulip" flowers and showy fall color. It is also the state tree of Kentucky!

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Tulip Poplar - Flower
Tulip Poplar - Flower

The Tulip Poplar is a large, fast-growing shade tree. Its mature height is typically between 70 to 90 feet. The Tulip Poplar is known for its yellow "tulip" flowers and showy fall color. It is also the state tree of Kentucky!

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Tulip Poplar - Fall Color
Tulip Poplar - Fall Color

The Tulip Poplar is a large, fast-growing shade tree. Its mature height is typically between 70 to 90 feet. The Tulip Poplar is known for its yellow "tulip" flowers and showy fall color. It is also the state tree of Kentucky!

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Tulip Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera)
Tulip Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera)

The Tulip Poplar is a large, fast-growing shade tree. Its mature height is typically between 70 to 90 feet. The Tulip Poplar is known for its yellow "tulip" flowers and showy fall color. It is also the state tree of Kentucky!

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American Basswood (Tilia americana)
American Basswood (Tilia americana)

The American Basswood is a large shade tree that can grow up to 60 to 80 feet. The tree can tolerate both full sun and partial sun/shade. The American Basswood flowers are fragrant and emerge in early summer.

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American Basswood - Leaves
American Basswood - Leaves

The American Basswood is a large shade tree that can grow up to 60 to 80 feet. The tree can tolerate both full sun and partial sun/shade. The American Basswood flowers are fragrant and emerge in early summer.

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American Basswood - Flower
American Basswood - Flower

The American Basswood is a large shade tree that can grow up to 60 to 80 feet. The tree can tolerate both full sun and partial sun/shade. The American Basswood flowers are fragrant and emerge in early summer.

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American Basswood (Tilia americana)
American Basswood (Tilia americana)

The American Basswood is a large shade tree that can grow up to 60 to 80 feet. The tree can tolerate both full sun and partial sun/shade. The American Basswood flowers are fragrant and emerge in early summer.

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Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum)
Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum)

The Bald Cypress is large ornamental tree for parks or large lawns. It has a maximum height of 50 to 75 feet. This species is a good selection for growing in wet soils either in low spots or near water. Though it looks like a needled evergreen tree, this species is a cone-bearing deciduous tree that turns its leaves in the winter.

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Blad Cypress Fall Color
Blad Cypress Fall Color

The Bald Cypress is large ornamental tree for parks or large lawns. It has a maximum height of 50 to 75 feet. This species is a good selection for growing in wet soils either in low spots or near water. Though it looks like a needled evergreen tree, this species is a cone-bearing deciduous tree that turns its leaves in the winter.

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Bald Cypress Leaves & Cones
Bald Cypress Leaves & Cones

The Bald Cypress is large ornamental tree for parks or large lawns. It has a maximum height of 50 to 75 feet. This species is a good selection for growing in wet soils either in low spots or near water. Though it looks like a needled evergreen tree, this species is a cone-bearing deciduous tree that turns its leaves in the winter.

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Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum)
Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum)

The Bald Cypress is large ornamental tree for parks or large lawns. It has a maximum height of 50 to 75 feet. This species is a good selection for growing in wet soils either in low spots or near water. Though it looks like a needled evergreen tree, this species is a cone-bearing deciduous tree that turns its leaves in the winter.

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Blackgum (Nyssa sylvatica)
Blackgum (Nyssa sylvatica)

The Blackgum, also know as the Tupelo Tree, is a medium tree with a distinct horizontal branch structure. It can grow from 30 to 50 feet in full sun or partial sun/shade. These trees are highly desired for their orange to scarlet red fall color.

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Blackgum - Fall Color
Blackgum - Fall Color

The Blackgum, also know as the Tupelo Tree, is a medium tree with a distinct horizontal branch structure. It can grow from 30 to 50 feet in full sun or partial sun/shade. These trees are highly desired for their orange to scarlet red fall color.

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Blackgum - Flower
Blackgum - Flower

The Blackgum, also know as the Tupelo Tree, is a medium tree with a distinct horizontal branch structure. It can grow from 30 to 50 feet in full sun or partial sun/shade. These trees are highly desired for their orange to scarlet red fall color.

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Blackgum (Nyssa sylvatica)
Blackgum (Nyssa sylvatica)

The Blackgum, also know as the Tupelo Tree, is a medium tree with a distinct horizontal branch structure. It can grow from 30 to 50 feet in full sun or partial sun/shade. These trees are highly desired for their orange to scarlet red fall color.

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Hophornbeam (Ostrya virginiana)
Hophornbeam (Ostrya virginiana)

The Hop Hornbeam, also known as Ironwood, is a medium sized understory tree that grows to be about 25 to 40 feet at maturity. This species is extremely resistant to pests and diseases and can tolerate full sun to partial sun/shade. It produces drooping fruit clusters that look like hops, hence the name.

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Hophornbeam - Fruit
Hophornbeam - Fruit

The Hop Hornbeam, also known as Ironwood, is a medium sized understory tree that grows to be about 25 to 40 feet at maturity. This species is extremely resistant to pests and diseases and can tolerate full sun to partial sun/shade. It produces drooping fruit clusters that look like hops, hence the name.

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Hophornbeam (Ostrya virginiana)
Hophornbeam (Ostrya virginiana)

The Hop Hornbeam, also known as Ironwood, is a medium sized understory tree that grows to be about 25 to 40 feet at maturity. This species is extremely resistant to pests and diseases and can tolerate full sun to partial sun/shade. It produces drooping fruit clusters that look like hops, hence the name.

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Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)
Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)

The Pawpaw is a small to medium sized tree that can grow between 15 to 25 feet. In the summer, this tree produces edible fruit said to have a banana-like flavor. Pawpaw trees can tolerate full sun but do well as an understory tree.

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Pawpaw - Fruit
Pawpaw - Fruit

The Pawpaw is a small to medium sized tree that can grow between 15 to 25 feet. In the summer, this tree produces edible fruit said to have a banana-like flavor. Pawpaw trees can tolerate full sun but do well as an understory tree.

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Pawpaw - Bloom - Fruit
Pawpaw - Bloom - Fruit

The Pawpaw is a small to medium sized tree that can grow between 15 to 25 feet. In the summer, this tree produces edible fruit said to have a banana-like flavor. Pawpaw trees can tolerate full sun but do well as an understory tree.

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Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)
Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)

The Pawpaw is a small to medium sized tree that can grow between 15 to 25 feet. In the summer, this tree produces edible fruit said to have a banana-like flavor. Pawpaw trees can tolerate full sun but do well as an understory tree.

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Redbuds are small/medium understory trees that can grow from 20 to 30 feet. They often have a multi-stemmed growth form. They can tolerate full sun and partial sun/shade. In the spring, Redbuds produce clusters of pink flowers. The fruit of Redbud trees is a long, slender seed pod (legume).

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Redbud - Flowers
Redbud - Flowers

Redbuds are small/medium understory trees that can grow from 20 to 30 feet. They often have a multi-stemmed growth form. They can tolerate full sun and partial sun/shade. In the spring, Redbuds produce clusters of pink flowers. The fruit of Redbud trees is a long, slender seed pod (legume).

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Redbud - Seed Pods
Redbud - Seed Pods

Redbuds are small/medium understory trees that can grow from 20 to 30 feet. They often have a multi-stemmed growth form. They can tolerate full sun and partial sun/shade. In the spring, Redbuds produce clusters of pink flowers. The fruit of Redbud trees is a long, slender seed pod (legume).

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Redbuds are small/medium understory trees that can grow from 20 to 30 feet. They often have a multi-stemmed growth form. They can tolerate full sun and partial sun/shade. In the spring, Redbuds produce clusters of pink flowers. The fruit of Redbud trees is a long, slender seed pod (legume).

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Pagoda Dogwood (Cornus alternifolia)
Pagoda Dogwood (Cornus alternifolia)

The Pagoda dogwood is a small understory tree that grows between 15 to 25 feet. It provides year-round interest with flowers, fruit, and autumn foliage. It is especially popular with pollinators and birds. In the summer, it produces clusters of bluish-black berries.

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Pagoda dogwood - Fruit
Pagoda dogwood - Fruit

The Pagoda dogwood is a small understory tree that grows between 15 to 25 feet. It provides year-round interest with flowers, fruit, and autumn foliage. It is especially popular with pollinators and birds. In the summer, it produces clusters of bluish-black berries.

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Pagoda Dogwood - Flower
Pagoda Dogwood - Flower

The Pagoda dogwood is a small understory tree that grows between 15 to 25 feet. It provides year-round interest with flowers, fruit, and autumn foliage. It is especially popular with pollinators and birds. In the summer, it produces clusters of bluish-black berries.

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Pagoda Dogwood (Cornus alternifolia)
Pagoda Dogwood (Cornus alternifolia)

The Pagoda dogwood is a small understory tree that grows between 15 to 25 feet. It provides year-round interest with flowers, fruit, and autumn foliage. It is especially popular with pollinators and birds. In the summer, it produces clusters of bluish-black berries.

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Pagoda Dogwood
Shingle Oak (Quercus imbricaria)
Shingle Oak (Quercus imbricaria)

The Shingle Oak is a large shade tree that does well in large yards or open spaces. At maturity, its maximum height can be between 50 to 60 feet. This oak can tolerate full sun to partial sun/shade. In the fall, the Shingle Oak produces small acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Shingle Oak - Leaves
Shingle Oak - Leaves

The Shingle Oak is a large shade tree that does well in large yards or open spaces. At maturity, its maximum height can be between 50 to 60 feet. This oak can tolerate full sun to partial sun/shade. In the fall, the Shingle Oak produces small acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Shingle Oak - Acorns
Shingle Oak - Acorns

The Shingle Oak is a large shade tree that does well in large yards or open spaces. At maturity, its maximum height can be between 50 to 60 feet. This oak can tolerate full sun to partial sun/shade. In the fall, the Shingle Oak produces small acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Shingle Oak (Quercus imbricaria)
Shingle Oak (Quercus imbricaria)

The Shingle Oak is a large shade tree that does well in large yards or open spaces. At maturity, its maximum height can be between 50 to 60 feet. This oak can tolerate full sun to partial sun/shade. In the fall, the Shingle Oak produces small acorns once it reaches maturity.

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Serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis)
Serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis)

The Allegheny Serviceberry is a small understory tree that grows to be between 15 to 25 feet. This tree prefers partial sun/shade. In the spring, it produces fragrant white flowers followed by edible purple berries.

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Serviceberry - Fruit
Serviceberry - Fruit

The Allegheny Serviceberry is a small understory tree that grows to be between 15 to 25 feet. This tree prefers partial sun/shade. In the spring, it produces fragrant white flowers followed by edible purple berries.

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Serviceberry - Flowers
Serviceberry - Flowers

The Allegheny Serviceberry is a small understory tree that grows to be between 15 to 25 feet. This tree prefers partial sun/shade. In the spring, it produces fragrant white flowers followed by edible purple berries.

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Serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis)
Serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis)

The Allegheny Serviceberry is a small understory tree that grows to be between 15 to 25 feet. This tree prefers partial sun/shade. In the spring, it produces fragrant white flowers followed by edible purple berries.

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Serviceberry