Trees For Pennsylvania

Trees For Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has been and still is one of our top five selling states for trees and plants.  For this reason we want to specifically cater to our customers residing in here.  Listed below are all the trees that we carry that will thrive well in the state.  We want to ensure that all our customers are satisfied with their purchases and that each plant will survive the soils and environment in which they are sold.  Our hope is that this makes shopping with us easier and less of a hassle. Please do not hesitate to leave any comments at the end of your purchase.  We look forward to hearing from you.   

Trees For Pennsylvania

There's a hodgepodge of 135 delightful trees indigenous to Pennsylvania, and an array of 21 shrubs that grow as large. More than half of the Keystone state is encompassed by timberland, and its range of geography and environmental conditions within the country make for a plethora of plants. The Eastern Hemlock is Pennsylvania's state tree, and it can be found in areas all over the country. 

 

What is more, just one example of a famous Pennsylvania tree is that of the wondrous Red Maple ( Acer Rubrum). It's one of the best shade trees that are native to Pennsylvania. This tree grows fast and ends up at a full 40-50 feet tall, and width is a generous 30-40 feet if it gets all sunshine. The Red Maple is not fussy about dry or damp dirt which makes it suitable for almost any property. If one desires gorgeous red autumn foliage, this tree is famous for it, and the leaves are large with points. 

 

A few other traditional trees in the Commonwealth state that are well-liked, pretty and easy to grow: 

> Sweetbay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana) 

> Serviceberry (Amelanchier x Grandiflora) 

> American dogwood (Cornus florida) 

> Blackgum 'Wildfire' (Nyssa sylvatica 'Wildfire') 

> River birch (Betula nigra) Fast grower, 35-40 feet tall by 20-25 feet around. Part shade or full sun. Yellow leaves in the fall. 

> American fringe tree (Chionanthus virginicus) Slow grower about 15-18 feet wide and tall. Yellow leaves in the fall. 

> Red oak or white oak (Quercus rubra or Quercus alba)Fast growth. It gets to 50-70 feet tall and wide. Dark red fall color leaves. 

> American hornbeam (Carpinus caroliniana) mid-sized with red-orange colored leaves in autumn. Slow grower. Hummingbirds love them. 25-30 feet tall and almost that wide. 

> Redbud (Cercis canadensis)18-20 feet tall, early spring pink-purple flowers. Leaves are heart-shaped, yellow in fall. 

 

 

Trees not only create beauty, but they also add oxygen to the air and provide relief from the hot summer sun.

Trees For Pennsylvania