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Climate Facing Trees For U.S. Metropolitan Areas
The Davey Institute continues to research areas of the country to assess the shifting climate zones and determine what is the best tree to plant for climate change.
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Tree Identification
Tree Identification Guide: How to Identify a Japanese Lilac Tree
Most Japanese lilac tree varieties are fairly easy to maintain with timely watering, good drainage, and proper pruning time. Follow this guide to learn how to properly care for and identify Japanese lilacs.
Best Fast Growing Shrubs
Tree Selection Guide
Landscape Favorites: Best Slow and Fast Growing Shrubs
Get your list of some low-maintenance fast-growing shrubs, as well as slow-growers, that bring texture and interest to your green space to give you all the options you need to boost your landscape’s appearance.
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Plant Health Care
Fall Tree Care: Replenish Lost Nutrients With Fertilizer
Find out the four benefits to applying a slow-release fertilizer to your trees during the fall season, and tips for choosing the right fertilizer.
Fall Color
Tree Selection Guide
Fall Foliage: Best Trees and Shrubs for Red Fall Color
Here’s a comprehensive list of the best trees and shrubs for red fall color. Included are details for optimal planting zones, sun exposure recommendations, and soil needs.
How To Identify A Sweetgum Tree
Tree Identification
Tree Identification: Do I Have A Sweetgum Tree?
If you're a fan of fall color, a sweetgum tree might be perfect for you. Learn how to identify a sweetgum tree, when do sweetgum trees bloom, and how to handle sweetgum tree balls and care for your shade tree.
Best And Worst Trees To Plant Near A House
Tree Selection Guide
The Best and Worst Trees to Plant Near a House (By Zone)
Learn about the worst trees to plant near your house and what trees to avoid such as the white ash and oak because of their widespread, invasive roots.
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Tree Selection Guide
Plants Good for Flooding and Wet Areas (By Zone)
Concerned about flood damage to your plants? Find out which trees and shrubs like wet soil. Then, identify the best plants for wet areas in your zone (garden zones 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10).
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