Shade or ornamental — know which does what and when

Shade or Ornamental Trees

Shade trees are generally 30’ or taller at maturity and enjoyed for their aesthetic presence as much as the cooling effect of their foliage canopy. Ornamental trees tend to mature in the 10’ – 25’ height range and are grown principally for one or more seasons of visual interest — flowers, berries, bark character, and fall color.

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Shade or ornamental — know which does what and when
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