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Superior Chinese Chestnut Tree. We are looking to adding these trees to our Meadowstar Sanctuary. We are also exploring the idea of raising funds through GoFundMe to purchase Meadowstar from my mom and make improvements to this land such as fruit and nut trees for future generations to enjoy.

Superior Chinese Chestnut Tree - Grows to high with spread - deciduous

Hardy Pecan Tree - Carya illinoiensis

Shop today and enjoy the Hardy Pecan Tree from Gurney's Seed & Nursery and have confidence in our research, expertise and Gardening Gaurantee.

Northern red oak  The fastest-growing oak, this tree is not as prone to chlorosis as pin oak and makes a beautiful shade tree for large lawns that can handle its 60- to 80-foot height and 40- to 60-foot spread. Northern red oak (Quercus rubra) tolerates pollution and various soils, including compacted soil. In autumn, enjoy brilliant orange, brown and red foliage. Zones 3-9.

20 Tough Trees for Midwest Lawns

Whether you’re looking for small ornamental trees or taller shade trees, here are 20 ideas for trouble-free trees that will thrive in the Midwest.

Autumn at the forest of Twickel. Delden, Twente, the Netherlands. (by: harry eppink)

Solitaire bomen en groepjes bomen als schuilgelegenheid voor vee in de wei

Olive Trees - Stone Edge Farm, Sonoma: Olive grove and observatory, a formal garden in the Jeffersonian tradition designed by landscape architect Andrea Cochran. Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/homeandgarden/article/U-S-gardens-from-Monticello-to-urban-farms-3460015.php#ixzz23lpK7F9c

U.S. gardens from Monticello to urban farms

Olive Trees, Mediterranean Landscaping Garden Design Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture San Francisco, CA