Trees

Types of Dogwood Trees
Dogwood Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Dogwood plants are highly ornamental and can typically be grown as both trees and shrubs. They often feature attractive foliage, showy flower panicles, pretty fruits, and brightly colored stems, retaining interest all year round.

Types of Oranges
Different Types of Oranges To Grow Or For Consumption (with Pictures)
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Orange trees are a hot climate fruit-producing plant that typically thrives in hot, dry regions in full sun, with moist and well-draining soil. There are many different types of orange you might want to consider when it comes to growing for orange trees or buying oranges for consumption. These are the main types of oranges available:

Types of Cypress Trees
8 True & False Types of Cypress Trees with Pictures
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Cypress trees are a popular type of evergreen conifer, which remain attractive all year round and are very low-maintenance. They often have a pleasant fragrance when their leaves are crushed, and they are easy to grow in the right climates. There are two main types of cypress trees; true cypress trees and false cypress trees.

Types of Conifer Trees
8 Different Types of Conifer Trees with Pictures
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Conifers refer to a division of plants known as Pinophyta, though this division is also sometimes known as Coniferophyta or Coniferae, which is where the common name of ‘conifer’ comes from. These trees primarily grow in the northern hemisphere and produce needle or scaly foliage and bear cones. Conifers are predominantly evergreen trees though there are a few exceptions to this.

Types of Pear Trees
Pear Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Pear trees are rewarding to grow, as many types can produce delicious fruits, and they have an ornamental beauty all year round. They look luscious in spring when they are in full bloom, then have a fresh appeal during summer when they are densely packed with vibrant green leaves

Types of Magnolias
Magnolia Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Magnolia’s are classic trees that are known for growing in hot climates, though there are many varieties of this tree that are cold hardy and can be grown in a wide range of climates. These trees are easy to grow, they will adapt to almost any soil type so long as it drains well, and they will tolerate both full sun or partial shade.

Types of Oak Trees
Oak Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Oakwood comes from the oak tree, although there are many types of oak trees around the world, with over sixty different types growing in just the United States alone. In terms of oak wood, it is usually categorized into two groups, red oak and white oak. Though you may think these would be easy to distinguish from one another, they have a lot in common in terms of aesthetics, and it can be hard to tell red from white purely at first glance.

Types of Eucalyptus Trees
Eucalyptus Plants Buying & Growing Guide
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Eucalyptus trees have a stunning architectural look to them, with unusually shaped branches which sometimes have a twisting habit, or are covered with colorful, patterned bark. These trees are easy to care for and have a long life span; many are drought-tolerant and can cope with a wide range of soils.

Types of Holly
16 Different Types of Holly Bushes and Trees
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Holly trees and bushes encompass more than 400 plant species. The majority of these are dioecious, so they require both a male and female plant within pollination distance of each other in order for the female to produce fruits. Holly can be evergreen or deciduous and range greatly in size and shape.

Types of Arborvitae
Arborvitae Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Arborvitae trees, also known as ‘Thuja’ trees, are a type of evergreen plant which can be grown as both trees and shrubs. They belong to the Cupressaceae family and are popularly used as specimen plants and for hedging. The word ‘arborvitae’ has French origins, translating to ‘tree of life,’ which it was called because it was used by Native Americans for its healing powers.

Types of Bamboo
Bamboo Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Bamboos, though they may look like trees, are actually a perennial type of plant belonging to the grass family (Poaceae). They are considered to be some of the fastest growing plants in the world, and though they have a reputation for being difficult to control