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Sitka Spruce


Needs ample moisture.
Sitka Spruce

Tigertail Spruce


Stiff and pointed needles radiate out from stems.
Tigertail Spruce

Fevertree


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop but resist breakage.

Whitebark Pine


Best in high elevationlocations. Resistant to white pine blister rust.
Whitebark Pine

Bristlecone Pine


Long lived in native habitat. Distinguished from P. longaeva by white specks of re…

Bristlecone Pine

Knobcone Pine


Very drought tolerant. Variable growth habit.

Knobcone Pine

Foxtail Pine


Used as bonsai plant.

Calabrian Pine


Thrives in hot dry climates.

Mondell Pine


Drought resistant.
Mondell Pine

Lacebark Pine


Tree has a spreading nature. Often multi-trunked with attractive bark.
Lacebark Pine

Canary Island Pine


Resistant to oak root fungus.
Canary Island Pine

Swiss Stone Pine


Slow growth makes this tree useful as a bonsai. Resistant to white pine blister rust…
Swiss Stone Pine

Mexican Pinyon Pine


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Drought resistant.
Mexican Pinyon Pine

Sand Pine


Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage.

Shore Pine


Best in coastal areas. Good in small gardens.
Shore Pine

Coulter Pine


Drought resistant. Huge cones, 12 inches or more in size, can be dangerous.
Coulter Pine

Japanese Red Pine


A fast growing pine.
Japanese Red Pine

Aurea Japanese Red Pine


Branches don't droop but are susceptible to breakage.

Tanyosho Pine


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Tanyosho Pine is an unusual small compact pine, which is usually multi-trunked and ra…
Tanyosho Pine

Pinyon Pine


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Drought resistant. A major source of edible pine nuts for both widlife and humans.…

Pinyon Pine

Slash Pine


Branches droop but resist breakage.
Slash Pine

Limber Pine


Drought resistant.

Limber Pine

Glenmore Limber Pine


Dense foliage when young but form opens up with age. known for its longer more sil…

Glenmore Limber Pine

Spruce Pine


Branches don't droop but are susceptible to breakage.

Aleppo Pine


Drought resistant.
Aleppo Pine

Jeffrey Pine


Drought resistant. Bark has vanilla scent.

Jeffrey Pine

Sugar Pine


A desirable timber tree. Large, narrow cones are often used for Christmas decoration…
Sugar Pine

Singleleaf Pinyon Pine


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Drought resistant. A source of edible pine nuts.
Singleleaf Pinyon Pine

Montezuma Pine


Cones can be up to 12 inches long.
Montezuma Pine

Western White Pine


Susceptible to White Pine Blister Rust.
Western White Pine

Mugo Pine


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches don't droop and resist breakage.
Mugo Pine

Bishop Pine


A common pine in central California. Monterey pine and Bishop pine are the tree speci…
Bishop Pine

Austrian Black Pine


Resistant to oak root fungus. Adapts to many soil conditions making it a good tree…

Austrian Black Pine

Crimean Pine


More attractive than the species; more dense.

Longleaf Pine


Sometimes chlorotic. Slow growing in seedling stage.
Longleaf Pine

Japanese White Pine


Widely adapted plant. Useful as bonsai plant.
Japanese White Pine

Glauca Japanese White Pine


Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage. Has a large number of diseases and pe…
Glauca Japanese White Pine

Jelecote Pine


Resistant to oak root fungus. Sometimes chlorotic.
Jelecote Pine

Macedonian Pine


A popular ornamental tree, Macedonian pine is very resistant to White Pine Blister Ru…
Macedonian Pine

Cluster Pine, Maritime Pine


A vigorous growing pine for coastal areas.
Cluster Pine, Maritime Pine

Italian Stone Pine


Broad, flat-topped tree with age. Needs ample room. Source for pine nuts.
Italian Stone Pine

Ponderosa Pine


Bark has cinnamon scent. Pitch Canker note: Naturally infected trees have been observ…
Ponderosa Pine

Table Mountain Pine


Branches spread horizontally. Has dark brown, scaly bark.
Table Mountain Pine

Monterey Pine


Resistant to oak root fungus. Smog tolerant. Not well adapted to hot summer climate…
Monterey Pine

Indian Longleaf Pine


Similar to P. canariensis in form and leaf characteristics. Grows in Himalayan foothi…
Indian Longleaf Pine

Gray Pine


Very drought resistant.
Gray Pine

White Pine


Slow growing in seedling stage. Cultivar 'Nana' makes a good hedge, growing to a mere…
White Pine

Fastigiata Eastern White Pine


Branches don't droop but are susceptible to breakage.
Fastigiata Eastern White Pine

Glauca Eastern White Pine


Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage.

Pendula Eastern White Pine


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Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage. A tea  of the bark of this tr…

Pendula Eastern White Pine

Scots Pine


Used as Christmas trees. Tree becomes flat-topped with age. Dwarf and weeping form…

Scots Pine

Loblolly Pine


Branches don't droop but are susceptible to breakage.
Loblolly Pine

Nana Loblolly Pine


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches don't droop and resist breakage.
Nana Loblolly Pine

Japanese Black Pine


Widely adapted plant. Attractive dark green foliage. Useful as large tree or bonsai…
Japanese Black Pine

Torrey Pine


Resistant to oak root fungus. Pitch Canker note: Naturally infected trees have been o…
Torrey Pine

Virginia Pine


Branches don't droop but are susceptible to breakage. Many possible diseases and pest…
Virginia Pine

Himalayan White Pine


Resistant to white pine blister rust. Attractive weeping blue green foliage hangs …

Himalayan White Pine

Chinese Pistache


Resistant to oak root fungus. Needs good drainage.
Chinese Pistache

Pistachio


Needs good drainage. Best in hot interior areas. Male and female trees needed for n…

Fruitless Pistachio


Needs good drainage.

Willow Pittosporum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Takes shearing. Has low water needs.
Willow Pittosporum

Seaside Pittosporum


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Karo Pittosporum is grown either as a shrub or tree standard. It does well in coas…

Seaside Pittosporum

Lemonwood Tree


Fairly drought resistant. Takes shearing.
Lemonwood Tree

Golden Fragrance


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Fairly drought resistant. Requires a moderate amount of water. Takes shearing. Bloom…

Queensland Pittosporum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Resistant to oak root fungus. Fairly drought resistant. Takes shearing.
Queensland Pittosporum

Tarata Pittosporum


Fairly drought resistant. Tolerates smog and saline soils. Takes shearing. Dark gre…
Tarata Pittosporum

Japanese Cheesewood


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Fairly drought resistant. Takes shearing.
Japanese Cheesewood

Victorian Box


Fairly drought resistant.
Victorian Box

Cape Pittosporum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Fairly drought resistant. Takes shearing.
Cape Pittosporum

London Plane Tree


A tough, durable tree; can tolerate severe pruning and smog.
London Plane Tree

Liberty London Plane Tree


Branches droop but resist breakage.
Liberty London Plane Tree

American Sycamore


Flood tolerant. Requires a moderate amount of water. A good street or park tree. H…
American Sycamore

Cut Leaf Oriental Plane Tree


Branches droop but resist breakage. Has more deeply lobed leaves than the species.
Cut Leaf Oriental Plane Tree

California Sycamore


A California native riparian tree; tolerates extreme heat and wind.
California Sycamore

Arizona Sycamore


A native tree of Arizona, similar in characteristics to P. racemosa.
Arizona Sycamore

Beverly Hills Arborvitae


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs ample water and good drainage.

Oriental Arborvitae


Needs ample water and good drainage.
Oriental Arborvitae

White Frangipani


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage.

Frangipani


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage. Popular in tropical landscapes. Oil f…
Frangipani

Long Leafed Yellowwood


Drooping dark green foliage. Branches droop but resist breakage. Needs regular wateri…
Long Leafed Yellowwood

Real Yellowwood


Branches droop but resist breakage. Requires regular water.
Real Yellowwood

Yew Pine


Needs good drainage. Branches don't droop and resist breakage.
Yew Pine

Broadleaf Podocarpus


Tends to be dwarfed under cultivation. Useful as a container plant.
Broadleaf Podocarpus

Totara


Needs good drainage. A valuable timer resource in New Zealand.
Totara

Pongam


Branches don't droop and resist breakage.

Lanceleaf Cottonwood


Best at high elevations.

White Poplar


Widely adapted plant, suckers readily. Underside of leaf is white. Hardy to minus 2…
White Poplar

Bolleana Poplar


Tall columnar form is useful for windbreak or screen. Underside of leaf is white.

Narrowleaf Cottonwood


Best at lower elevations, but will grow as high as 8000' elevation.

Balm-Of-Gilead


Fast growing, suckers readily.
Balm-Of-Gilead

Populus Monticola


Adapted to desert riparian areas. Has white bark.

Carolina Poplar


Large, fast growing. Invasive root system.

Imperial Carolina Poplar


A Soil Conservation Service introduction.

Populus Canescens 'Macrophylla'


Large, fast growing shade tree for extensive landscape areas. Underside of leaf is w…

Eastern Cottonwood


Grows best on moist well-drained sands near streams. Eastern Cottonwood is dioecious.…
Eastern Cottonwood

Rio Grande Cottonwood


Adapted to hot and dry areas with alkaline soil, with moderate watering.

Fremont Cottonwood


A California native riparian tree.
Fremont Cottonwood

Japanese Poplar


Does not root sprout or sucker, but still should be planted away from buildings.

Lombardy Poplar


A classical columnar form tree. Widely adapted but needs large extensive area for …

Lombardy Poplar

Algerian Poplar


A columnar poplar similar to Lombardy poplar. Has white bark.

Pyramidal Simon Poplar


Does not sucker from roots. Useful as a tall screen or windbreak.

Quaking Aspen


Best at higher elevations where they grow tall and slender. An attractive tree year …
Quaking Aspen

Black Cottonwood


A large, fast growing tree and widely adapted at high elevations. Branches of this tr…
Black Cottonwood

Argentine Mesquite


A fast-growing mesquite. Shed old leaves as new ones appear.
Argentine Mesquite

Chilean Mesquite


This tree, native to South America, is fast-growing with low moisture requirements…

Chilean Mesquite

Honey Mesquite


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop but resist breakage.
Honey Mesquite

Mesquite


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This deciduous tree, can be a handsome desert shade tree with proper pruning and a…

Mesquite

Velvet Mesquite


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Smaller tree than P. glandulosa. Handsome desert shade tree with proper prun…
Velvet Mesquite

Accolade Cherry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs good drainage. On clay soils, plant on slopes or in raised beds.

Hally Jolivette Cherry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop but resist breakage.
Hally Jolivette Cherry

Pink Star Flowering Cherry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs good drainage. On clay soils, plant on slopes or in raised beds.

Kwansan Japanese Flowering Cherry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs good drainage. On clay soils, plant on slopes or in raised beds.
Kwansan Japanese Flowering Cherry

Shirofugen Flowering Cherry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs good drainage. On clay soils, plant on slopes or in raised beds.
Shirofugen Flowering Cherry

Mt. Fuji Cherry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs good drainage. On clay soils, plant on slopes or in raised beds.
Mt. Fuji Cherry

Wild Plum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. A desirable wildlife plant for the landscape.
Wild Plum

Chicksaw Plum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop but resist breakage.
Chicksaw Plum

Apricot


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs good drainage. Regular pruning needed for quality fruit. Favorable plant clim…
Apricot

Sweet Cherry


Needs good drainage. Cross pollination usually necessary for fruiting. Prunus avium…

Flowering Plum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Blirieana Flowering Plum is a popular flowering and foliage accent tree, generally sh…
Flowering Plum

Taiwan Cherry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. One of the most consistently performing cherries.
Taiwan Cherry

Carolina Laurel Cherry


Carolina Laurel Cherry is grown as an evergreen shrub or tree standard, favored fo…

Carolina Laurel Cherry

Bright N Tight Cherry Laurel


Branches don't droop, and resist breakage. Trainable as a standard.
Bright N Tight Cherry Laurel

Purple-Leaf Cherry Plum


Produces a heavy crop of small red plums. Requires a moderate amount of water. Purp…
Purple-Leaf Cherry Plum

Krauter Vesuvius Plum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Little or no fruit is produced.
Krauter Vesuvius Plum

Mt. St. Helens Purple-Leaf Plum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Little or no fruit is produced.

Newport Purple-Leaf Plum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Few fruits produced.
Newport Purple-Leaf Plum

Thundercloud Purple-Leaf Plum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Produces considerable crop of red plums.
Thundercloud Purple-Leaf Plum

Cherry Plum


Small deciduous tree. Cultivated by cuttings or seed. Not suited to compacted soil.
Cherry Plum

Sour Cherry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Self-fertile tree. Fruit is used for pies and in cocktails.

European Plum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree.

Requires annual pruning for quality fruit. Favorable plant climate zones depends o…

European Plum

Almond


Early blooms subject to frost damage. Cross pollination usually necessary for fruitin…
Almond

Hollyleaf Cherry


A common pest is white flies.
Hollyleaf Cherry

Catalina Cherry


Resistant to oak root fungus.
Catalina Cherry

Okame Cherry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches don't droop and resist breakage.
Okame Cherry

English Laurel


Smog tolerant. Often used as a tall hedge.
English Laurel

Portugal Laurel


Drought and smog tolerant. Used as a tall hedge or screen. From Spain and Portugal.
Portugal Laurel

Amur Chokecherry


Very hardy. Attracts birds.
Amur Chokecherry

Mexican Plum


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches don't droop and resist breakage.
Mexican Plum

Japanese Flowering Apricot


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Can be used as a bonsai plant. 'W.B. Clarke' variety has weeping form and showy pink…
Japanese Flowering Apricot

Dawn Flowering Apricot


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Produces double pink flowers.

European Bird Cherry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Hardy.
European Bird Cherry

 

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