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Native Trees

Native trees are quickly becoming the most popular choice for landscapers and home owners because of two main reasons. The first reason is that native trees are considered "green" or environmentally friendly because they grow well in your area without the need for much supplemental irrigation, thus conserving water and thereby preserving our natural resources. The second reason native trees are so popular is because they are a way to show pride in where you live. They show that you really care about your community and love the natural surroundings enough to use the native plants and trees as landscaping in your own yard.

Native Trees By Area

In the United States, the USDA has divided the country into hardiness zones ranging from 1 through 11. However, just because you live in a particular hardiness zone doesn't mean that you have the same native trees as another part of the country that is the same hardiness zone. What it doesn mean is that you can grow native plants from another part of the country where you live and they will be able to survive the weather conditions that exist where you live. The problem you have is that of precipitation. This is the great dividing line for native plant species. The midwest receives significant rainfall to the point that supplemental irrigation is not often needed, even in agriculture. The intermountain west on the other hand is in the same hardiness zone, however the rainfall is significantly less than the midwest..