Tree of the Month

Tree of the Month- The Bristlecone Pine

leah roberts, August 7, 2017

The Bristlecone Pine is a highly resilient species with a long lifespan. Broadly referring to what is actually three different species, Bristlecone Pines all thrive in harsh environments with Read More

Tree of the Month- The Sunland Baobab

leah roberts, June 27, 2017

Most of us have felt inclined at one point or another to grab a nice cold drink, and relax beneath a tree—but what about having a nice cold drink INSIDE a tree? If you ever had the chance to Read More

Tree of the Month- Yoshino Cherry

leah roberts, April 17, 2017

Often referred to as the ‘darling of the flowering tree world’, the Yoshino Cherry is definitely a crowd pleaser. Known for its white-pink blossoms and pleasant fragrance, many homeowners use the Read More

Tree of the Month- The Dark Hedges

leah roberts, January 27, 2017

If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, you’ll recognize this tunnel of trees as the King’s Road, but the Dark Hedges have been creating a spectacular natural phenomenon long before the hit series used Read More

Tree of the Month- Quaking Aspen

leah roberts, November 22, 2016

“If there were a Guinness Book of World Records for trees, the quaking aspen would be in it – several times. First, it has the widest natural range of any tree in North America, spanning 47 Read More

Tree of the Month- The Birnam Oak

leah roberts, August 19, 2016

If you’re a fan of Shakespeare or History, then you’ll find this Oak particularly interesting! The Birnam oak is a 500 year old tree, located at the outskirts of Perthshire Village in Scotland. Read More

Tree of the Month- An Especially Unique Oak…

leah roberts, July 29, 2016

Chêne chapelle   If you ever find yourself in Allouvile-Bellefosse, France, you might care to visit a particularly unique and whimsical tree. Like something straight out of the fairy tales Read More

Tree of the Month – American Sycamore

leah roberts, June 15, 2016

Platanus occidentalis – American Sycamore The Sycamore that you are probably most familiar with is the American Sycamore- but the name Sycamore actually can refer to other types of trees in Read More

Tree of the Month- Deodar Cedar

leah roberts, May 13, 2016

Cedrus deodara What do you think of when you imagine a divine tree? For Hindus, the Cedrus deodara comes to mind. In fact, the name Deodar derives from Sanskrit, and translates to something Read More

Tree of the Month- Ginkgo

leah roberts, January 27, 2016

Ginkgo biloba   The Ginkgo, or the maidenhair tree, is a dinosaur of a tree species! With fossils dating back to 270 million years ago, it is truly a living fossil. While the Ginkgo is Read More