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TREE SELECTION

We currently offer 10 choices of trees, the majority of which are native but with a few that aren't. This allows you to select a tree appropriate for the location it's being planted in, and keeps our local canopy diverse. Tree diversity limits the loss of trees from disease and insects and increases the sustainability of our urban forest. If you’d like help in selecting a tree best suited to your specific location feel free to ask us, we’d be happy to help! Below you will find a brief description of the trees currently offered in our Free Tree Project.

Serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis)- Covered with masses of white flowers in early spring with brilliant flaming orange-red foliage in fall. Red berry hold into winter and attract birds. Zone 4, native species, full sun or partial shade, 150 cm clumps.

American Larch (Larix laricina)

Fast growing moist soils. Beautiful, bright yellow fall colour. Deciduous conifer. Zone 2, native species, full sun, 150 cm.

White Spruce (Picea glauca)

Hardy specimen, pyramidal, grey-green foliage. Tolerant of cold exposed areas. Zone 2, native species, full sun, 150 cm.

White Pine (Pinus strobes)

Open conical habit. Soft, light green needles. Zone 3, native species, full sun or partial shade, 
150 cm.

Black Cedar (Thuja occidentalis ’Nigra’)

 

Dark green foliage, pyramidal form, good choice for tighter hedging. Zone 3, full sun or partial shade,150 cm.

Redpointe Maple (Acer rubrum ‘Frank Jr’)

Bright red fall colour and broadly pyramidal. Fast growth rate and strong branch angles ease growth. Zone 5, full sun, 50 mm.

Iron wood (Ostrya virginiana)

Medium sized ornamental tree with long trunk. Slow growing, will grow well in shady areas. Zone 4, native species, full sun, partial shade, or full shade, 
50 mm.

Service Berry (Amelanchier canadensis)

 

Covered with masses of white flowers in early spring with brilliant flaming orange-red foliage in fall. Red berry holds into winter and attracts birds. Zone 4, native species, full sun or partial shade, 150 cm clumps.

Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis)

Upright vase shaped understory tree. Vibrant pink flowers in spring with small, brown seed pods in fall. Needs a sheltered location. Zone 5, native species, full sun or partial shade, 175 cm.

Apple Tree

Variety depends on the time of season. Talk to us for more information. 

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If your tree removal has qualified for the Free Tree Project, you can select the tree of your choosing here. If you have any questions, just give us a call!