Medium, drought tolerant shurb; grows well on most soils; to 8000 ft. elevation; good wildlife species
Tall, drought tolerant tree; grows well on most soils; to 8,000′ elev.; weedy.
Tall shrub with edible fruit and attractive flowers; for mountain sites up to 9,000′ elev.
Tall tree; does well on most soils; to 7,000′ elev.; excellent Christmas tree species. Proven Performer and highly recommended for multi-row windbreaks in our area to provide height to central row of a multi-row windbreak design.
Low shrub with edible fruit; best on sandy to loamy soils; to 7,500′ elev.; short lived.
Medium, drought tolerant tree; does well on most soils; to 9,000′ elev.; excellent windbreak species. Highly recommended for our area for windbreak use, especially for 1 or 2 row designs.
Medium sized shrub with red leaves in fall, red stems in winter, white flowers and fruit; provides browse for deer, moose, elk; to 10,000 ft. elevation
Alternative to Lombardy poplar to 8,000 ft.
Purple new foliage, clear red-pink flowers, and abundant dark red fruit. mature height of 20 ft with a spread. purple leaves in the spring later turn to reddish green. In May pinkish red flowers form all over the tree. Flowers give rise to dark-red fruit . The fruit hangs provides food for song birds.Easily grown on a host of sites all across the temperature zones
Tall tree; grows well on most soils except for heavy clay; to 9,000′ elev.; good windbreak species. Proven Performer and highly recommended for multi-row windbreaks in our area to provide height to windbreak design for single or high-density twin row windbreaks.