Low shrub with edible fruit; best on sandy to loamy soils; to 7,500′ elev.; short lived.
Tall shrub with edible fruit and attractive flowers; for mountain sites up to 9,000′ elev.
Tall, drought tolerant tree; grows well on most soils; to 8,000′ elev.; weedy.
Medium, drought tolerant shurb; grows well on most soils; to 8000 ft. elevation; good wildlife species
Dramatic fall color, does best in moist soils, so not recommended for Double El district area.
Short Shrub, Fall Colors: Drought Tolerant good. Not highly recommended for windbreaks due to small size.
Grows well in full sun or partial shade. The tree appreciates moist, well-drained soils and can handle short periods of excessive moisture, but is not particularly tolerant of drought conditions and tends to scorch easily.
Rapid growth; drought tolerant; good wildlife species; to 10,000 ft.
Small tree with pinkish flower in spring, leaves turn yellow-orange in fall. Fruit good for wildlife in fall.
Medium shrub, drought tolerant and favorite winter deer browse. Leaves turn russet in fall; to 9,000 ft. elevation.