Native tree to PA
Sugar maples are best know for their brilliant yellow orange fall color and their sap which is used to make maple syrup. Easy to grow tree. Typically grows 40-80 feet tall. Not recommended as a street tree since it is intolerant of road
Nice small native tree that can be grown as a single stem tree or a multi stemmed large shrub. Blooms in the early spring with white star shaped flowers in the early spring- The pollinators love the flowers! Small black fruits appear in June and are edibl
This native birch tree will develop beautiful white bark and great yellow fall color. Truth be told, its not a very long lived tree since it does best in more northern regions and its also susceptible to Bronze birch borer but many still are planted for t
40-60 feet at maturity in full to part sun. Prefers moist soil but can adapt to average condition but ultimately will not get as big. Very long lived tree. Produces a purple-brown fruit that attract many birds
This in one of our favorite native flowering trees! The flowers are small pink/purple pea like blossoms that cover the branches in early spring. Although most references list this tree as growing in full to part sun we like to see it in no more than part
Underused medium size tree native to our area. Really nice yellow color. Cool white panicles of flowers when it flowers but that is not every year, generally 2-3 times per decade.
Scott Arboretum has some nice specimens and has some good information he
Low-maintenance deciduous native shade tree that is fast growing. Brilliant red orange fall color. It does produce the sweetgum balls that people either love or hate.
Grows up to 80 feet tall and 60 feet wide so give it room!
Traditional native evergreen that gets really big. They can reach 80' tall. We love them in landscapes but often see them planted as screening which is not a great use since they will open up underneath as they grow.