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Shade tree list
Evergreen tree list
Screening tree list
Ornamental tree list
These trees have particular ornamental qualities, that make them stand
out from the rest. They make great foreground or accent pieces in the
landscape, and many have other great uses, too. Ornamental trees include
those with unusual leaf color, as well as flowering trees, trees with
unusual shapes or bark, and dwarf evergreens. Check out the legend
to see other ways you can use these trees in your yard.
Note: names without links are upcoming candidates for Tree of the Week.
Shade Tree - a leafy tree that is mainly used for its large size and
Conifer (a tree related to the pine family) - Cone-bearing tree. Usually
evergreen, these trees provide much-needed winter color in almost every
garden. The deciduous species (those that drop needles in the fall) can be
Ornamental Tree - a species or variety that has special ornamental
characteristics - bark, flowers, needle color, shape, etc. Some species
listed below contain varieties that are quite ornamental, such as weeping
Screening Tree - for privacy, delineating a property line, or blocking an
unsightly view. These can be combined with many other tree selections to
create a stunning border.
Christmas Tree -
conifers that we use at Trim Pines for our Michigan Snowfresh Christmas