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American Beech


Aphids cause dripping honeydew. Cultivar 'Caroliniana' grows to 60 feet.

American Beech

European Beech


Aphids cause dripping honeydew.
European Beech

Dawyck European Beech


Branches droop but resist breakage. Young leaves are edible and the bark has been …

Dawyck European Beech

Fastigiate European Beech


Narrow, columnar form. Soil adaptable.
Fastigiate European Beech

Weeping European Beech


Branches droop but resist breakage.
Weeping European Beech

Tricolor European Beech


Leaves are variegated with pink, white and green. Retains leaves in winter.
Tricolor European Beech

Pineapple Guava


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree.

Strawberry Guava is grown as an evergreen shrub or small multi-trunk tree, for its…

Pineapple Guava

Coolidge Pineapple Guava


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Attractive white, red and purple flowers. Self fertile. Petals are edible.

Strangler Fig


Branches droop but resist breakage.

Roxburgh Fig


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Large inedible fruit that grows on trunk and branches. Fruit can be messy for homeown…
Roxburgh Fig

Weeping Fig


Susceptible to mealybugs. Common attractive houseplant.

Weeping Fig

Edible Fig


'Mission' and 'Brown Turkey' are popular varieties. Most bear two …

Edible Fig

Rubber Tree


Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage. Trainable as s standard.
Rubber Tree

Variegata Rubber Tree


Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage. Trainable as a standard.

Fiddleleaf Fig


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

Moreton Bay Fig


Needs ample water and lots of room. Smog and saline tolerant.
Moreton Bay Fig

Indian Laurel Fig


Weeping growth habit. Susceptible to thrip.

Indian Laurel Fig
Ficus microcarpa var. nitida

Peepul Tree


Leaf fall is in spring.
Peepul Tree

Cuban Laurel


Trainable as a standard. Branches don't droop and resist breakage.

Cuban Laurel

Rusty-Leaf Fig


Produces aerial roots in humid areas.
Rusty-Leaf Fig

Rustyleaf Fig


Has less rusty undersides of leaves.

Tallhedge


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Excellent narrow hedge. Berries are toxic.

Coffeeberry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Berries are slightly toxic. Sudden Oak Death manifested as leaf spot and twig die-bac…
Coffeeberry

Carolina Buckthorn


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop but resist breakage. Trainable as a standard.
Carolina Buckthorn

Alder Buckthorn


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Good tree for woodland settings. Berries are toxic.
Alder Buckthorn

Cascara Sagrada


A good wildlife plant. Berries are poisonous.
Cascara Sagrada

Franklin Tree


Needs ample water and good drainage.
Franklin Tree

Fan West Ash


Tolerates cold, desert heat and wind.

White Ash


Ash whitefly infests many of ash trees. Check the planting location for a history of…
White Ash

Flame Ash


Seedless. Burgundy fall color.

Raywood Ash


Seedless. Smog tolerant. Purple-red fall color.
Raywood Ash

California Ash


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Foothill Ash is a commonly occuring native riparian habitat shrub or small tree. It i…
California Ash

Hesse European Ash


Has simple rather than compound leaves. Fall color is not special.
Hesse European Ash

Kimberly European Ash


Widely adapted and cold hardy. Seedless.

Holotricha Ash


Susceptible to Ash Whitefly.

Moraine Ash


Susceptible to Ash Whitefly. Produces few seeds.

Oregon Ash


Riparian species.
Oregon Ash

Flowering Ash


Smog tolerant. Prolific seed producer, showy white flowers. Requires a moderate amo…
Flowering Ash

Marshall Seedless Green Ash


Cold hardy at high elevations. Seedless.
Marshall Seedless Green Ash

Summit Green Ash


Hardy at high elevations. Seedless.

Green Ash, Red Ash


Cold hardy at high elevations. Riparian plant.
Green Ash, Red Ash

Blue Ash


Hardy at high elevations. Prolific seed producer.
Blue Ash

Texas Ash


Branches don't droop and resist breakage.

Evergreen Ash


Resistant to oak root fungus. Susceptible to Texas root rot. Used widely in Southern …
Evergreen Ash

Majestic Beauty Evergreen Ash


Resistant to oak root fungus. Susceptible to Texas root rot.
Majestic Beauty Evergreen Ash

Sexton Ash


Resistant to oak root fungus. Susceptible to Texas root rot.

Modesto Ash


Resistant to oak root fungus. Smog tolerant. Pest prone and undesirable in many area…
Modesto Ash

Montebello Ash


Adapted to southern California.
Montebello Ash

California Glory Fremontia


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Cannot tolerate summer water. Leaves and capsules have irritating hairs.
California Glory Fremontia

Pacific Sunset Fremontia


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Cannot tolerate summer water. Leaves and capsules have irritating hairs.
Pacific Sunset Fremontia

San Gabriel Fremontia


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Cannot tolerate summer water. Leaves and capsules have irritating hairs.
San Gabriel Fremontia

Common Flannel Bush


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Cannot tolerate summer water. Leaves and capsules have irritating hairs.
Common Flannel Bush

Mexican Flannel Bush


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Cannot tolerate summer water. Leaves and capsules have irritating hairs.
Mexican Flannel Bush

 

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