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Traditional Trees


London Sycamore

London Sycamore-Classic shad tree to 50 x 40 feet or more has maple-like leaves and attractive bark. Very adaptable; good street or yard tree in varied landscapes. Best with full sun, amended soil, good drainage and moderate water. Fertilize with tree food in spring and fall. Deciduous, Tree.
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Chinese Pistache

Chinese Pistache Tree-Sturdy, slow-growing shade tree, grows to 40 x 35 feet and has interesting bark and multicolored foliage. Excellent accent, specimen or street tree. Adapts well to poor soils but needs good drainage. Best in full sun with deep, infrequent water when established. Deciduous, Tree.
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Fruitless Mulberry

Fruitless Mulberry-Tough and easy to grow, this vigorous tree grows to 40 x 30 feet or more and has large, deeply cut, dark green leaves. Gives excellent shade in many settings. Water deeply during growing season to prevent surface roots. Feed in February, May and September. Do not prune stubs in winter! Deciduous, Tree.
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Western Cottonwood

Western Cottonwood-Southwest native distinguished from others by broad, crown and thicker leaves. Grows quickly to 35 x 25 feet or more; has clear yellow fall color. Great shade tree for large areas; not for small yards. Full sun, good drainage and deep, infrequent water when established. Deciduous, Tree.
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White Birch

Not recommended for St. George Utah
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Texas Umbrella

Texas Umbrella-Tough, umbrella-shaped tree to 30 feet gives dense shade in the hottest, driest climates. Fragrant purple flowers in spring followed by berrylike fruit. Best in full sun, any soil with deep, infrequent water when established. Prune to keep shape and open canopy as needed. Deciduous, Tree.
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Fan-Tex Ash

Fan-Tex Ash-Extremely tough tree grows to 25 x 30 feet or more, has thicker leaves and more open habit than other ash varieties. Especially useful for shad in hot desert climates and poor soils. Best with full sun, good drainage and deep, infrequent water when established. Fertilize with Dr. Qs Tree, Shrub and Vine food. Deciduous, Tree.
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Arizona Ash

Arizona Ash-Vigorous, well adapted variety grows rapidly to 25 x 25 feet or more. Yellow foliage in fall. Excellent shade tree for our climate. Full sun, amended soil, good drainage and deep, infrequent water when established. Feed with Tree Food in March, May and September. Deciduous, Tree.
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Modesto Ash

Modesto Ash-Vigorous form of Arizona Ash to 25 x 25 feet or more has a formal head with yellow foliage in fall. Excellent shade tree in a variety of landscapes. Full sun, amended soil, good drainage and moderate water. May scorch in strong, hot winds, but recovers nicely. Fertilize with Dr. Qs Tree, Shrub & Vine Food. Deciduous, Tree.
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Aristocrat Pear

Aristocrat Pear-Ornamental, pyramid shaped variety to 25' x 20' feet or more, has cluster of white flowers in spring and pretty red foliage in fall. Likes sun, amended soil, good drainage and moderate water. Fertilize with tree food in February, May and September. Deciduous, Tree.
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Purple Robe Locust

Purple Robe Locust-Shapely tree to 25 x 20 or more, has clusters of purple flowers in late spring. Great landscape specimen. Adapts well to hot, dry climates. Likes amended soil with good drainage, deep, infrequent water when established. Feed tree food in March, May and September. Deciduous, Tree.
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Raywood Ash

Raywood Ash-Compact, round-headed, seedless variety grows rapidly to 25 x 20 feet or more. Has fine-leafed foliage that turns purplish red in fall. Likes full sun, amended soil and moderate water in growing season. Good drainage is a must. Fertilize with Dr. Qs Tree, Shrub and Vine food. Deciduous, Tree.
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Fruitless Weeping Mulberry

Fruitless Weeping Mulberry-Decorative variety to 20 x 20 feet or more has attractive weeping branches with deeply cut dark green leaves. Good shade tree. Water deeply during growing season to prevent surface roots. Fee in Feb, May and Sept. Do not prune stubs in winter. Deciduous, Tree.
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Flowering Plum

Flowering Plum-Decorative tree to 18 x 12 feet is darkest of nearly fruitless, flowering plums. Has pink flowers in March, followed by deep burgundy-purple leaves which hold color throughout the season. Super landscape accent. Full sun, amended soil, good drainage and moderate water. Deciduous, Tree.
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Chitalpa - Pink Dawn

Chitalpa - Pink Dawn - Tree or Multi Trunk varieties available. Grows 15' to 25' tall. Unusual hybrid cross between the native Desert Willow and the Eastern Catalpa. Clusters of large, fragrant pink flowers all summer. Full sun, well-drained soil; deep, infrequent water when established. Striking specimen for dry or transitional areas. Deciduous, Tree.
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Little leaf Ash

Little leaf Ash-Light shrub or small tree to 15 feet tall and 10 feet wide. Drought tolerant when established. Protect from reflected afternoon sun. Give amended, well-drained soil, deep, infrequent water. Feed with tree food in spring and fall. Shrub, Semi-evergreen.
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