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Tamarack Tree

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Tamarack tree is one of the few conifers that turns fall colors and loses its leaves. Learn about growing, propagating, and using tamarack tree.

Flowering Trees

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Many flowering trees offer all-season interest. Learn about flowering trees, such as dogwood and crape myrtle, that add beauty to your landscape.

How tall can a tree grow?

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Can a tree grow and grow? Or can a tree grow only to the point that water transport limits it? Learn more about tree growth and the tallest trees.

Tree Rose

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Tree roses are a way of cultivating roses, not a specific class of flower. Learn how to grow, cultivate and maintain tree roses at HowStuffWorks.

Bald Cypress Tree

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The bald cypress is a hardy and adaptable tree that is great for large, open spaces and as a specimen tree. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.

Common Hackberry Tree

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The common hackberry tree adapts well to a variety of landscape situations. It is colorful and attracts birdlife. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.

Japanese Zelkova Tree

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Japanese zelkova tree is a hearty, popular landscape tree. Learn about growing, propagating, and using Japanese zelkova tree at HowStuffWorks.

Washington Hawthorn Tree

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Washington hawthorn tree is a hearty fruit tree resistant to fireblight. Learn about growing, propagating, and using Washington hawthorn tree.

Common Apple

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The common apple tree adds a pleasing form and pretty flowers as well as colorful and edible fruit to even small yards. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.

Black Walnut Tree

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Black walnut's great size makes it best suited as a specimen tree. It produces edible nuts and is valued for timber. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.

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