Our trees

Our tree planting service includes : delivery of the material (tree, soil and mulch) and the travel time of the team of experts who will be doing the planting of your trees. Plantings are yet to be scheduled for 2020.

Before purchasing your tree, please read our program guide in the section frequently asked questions and the maintenance advice page

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Semi-shade

Shade

  • Naturalized species
  • Plant at least 6 metres from utility lines
  • Hardiness zones: 3 to 8
  • Height at maturity: 12 meters
  • Width at maturity: 10 meters
  • Fast growing
  • Green leaves in summer that turn gold in fall
  • Black fruits (1 cm) appear in spring
  • Ideal for neutral soil, well drained, loamy, clay, sandy or humic soils
  • Superficial rooting
  • Green flowers appear in spring
  • Attracts birds in the fall
  • Easy to care for
  • Dioecious species with distinct male and female individuals
  • No known predators or diseases
  • Indigenous species
  • Plant at least 5.5 metres from utility lines.
  • Hardiness zones: 3 to 6
  • Height at maturity: 15 metres
  • Width at maturity: 8 metres
  • Rapid growth rate
  • Light green leaves in summer turning gold in fall
  • Red, purple and black round fruits appear in fall.
  • Tolerates dry, heavy, sandy and rocky soils
  • Shallow rooting; In deep soil roots can penetrate up to 6 metres
  • White flowers appear in spring (May and June)
  • Medium shade coverage
  • Uses typically include: screen, clustered, isolated, windbreak, street tree, erosion control
  • Tolerant of salt, drought, compaction, flooding and pollution
  • Can be affected by erinose and witch-broom disease
  • Common in Montreal
  • Often planted with trees such as: elm, red ash, sugar maple, beech and linden.
  • Easy to maintain
  • Exotic species
  • Plant at least 5.5 metres from utility lines
  • Hardiness zone: 4
  • Height at maturity: 12 metres
  • Width at maturity: 8 metres
  • Medium growth rate
  • Dark green leaves in summer turning orange and red in fall
  • Tolerates all types of soil
  • Shallow rooting
  • Whiteish clustered flowers in spring
  • Known pests: aphids, mites, mealybug, caterpillars
  • Known disease : black spot, verticillium dieback, leaf blight, amillaria root rot, gall
  • This tree adapts well to harsh conditions
  • Indigenous species
  • Plant at least 7.5 metres from utility lines
  • Hardiness zone: 3a to 6
  • Height at maturity: 15 metres
  • Width at maturity: 10 metres
  • Produces small round fruits
  • White, fragrant flowers in spring
  • Prefers a neutral soil that is slightly alkaline, loamy, deep and rich
  • Light green leaves in spring turning light yellow in fall
  • Deep rooting
  • Slow growth rate
  • Fragrant flowers attract pollinators
  • Somewhat susceptible to nectria dieback and to insects, such as aphids and red spiders
  • Full shade
  • Uses : street tree, screen, windbreak, clustered, isolated
  • Drought and pollution tolerant
  • Avoid planting near a parking lot
  • Indigenous species
  • Plant at least 7 metres from utility wiress
  • Hardiness zones: 1a to 6
  • Height at maturity: 15 metres
  • Width at maturity: 8 metres
  • Normal growth rate
  • Green leaves in summer turning golden in fall.
  • Cone-shaped fruit.
  • Tolerates all soil types, including very dry ones
  • Shallow rooting
  • Uses : isolated, screen, clustered and naturalization
  • Sensitive to urban pollution
  • Sensitive to rustic casebearer sawfly and aphids
  • The only coniferous tree that looses its leaves in the fall
  • Average shade is produced by the tree
  • Tolerance to drought, flooding, road salt, compaction

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