Zone 2: Deciduous Trees

These deciduous trees flourish in gardening zone two.
Related To:
  • Ash, mountain (Sorbus, especially S. americana)
  • Aspen, quaking (Populus tremuloides)
  • Chokecherry, Amur (Prunus maackii)
  • Chokecherry, common (Prunus virginana)
  • Crabapple (Malus), selected cultivars such as 'Dolgo'
  • Oak, pin (Quercus palustris)
  • Paper birch, canoe birch, white birch (Betula papyrifera)
  • Poplar, balsam (P. balsamifera)

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