Spotlight on Species- Triumph Elm


Triumph Elm has very good resistance to Dutch Elm Disease. It is adaptable to most soils. Dark green summer foliage gives way to yellow fall color. Grows up to 50′ and width of 40’. It has a vase shaped form. Cheyenne Urban Forestry has planted this tree in some of the city parks and have […]


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Spotlight on Species- Hackberry


Hackberry is a North American Shade Tree which thrives on the high plains. It is tolerant of harsh climatic conditions as well as urban abuse. It’s deep-rooted roots rarely lift sidewalks, so is a good choice for tree-lawns. It reaches a height of 45′ and spread of 35′ and has yellow fall color. This tree […]


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Spotlight On Species


Spotlight on Species Larix laricina, first described in 1773 by Karl Heinrich Emil Koch (1809–1879), is commonly known as Tamarack, Hackmatack, Eastern larch, Black larch, Red larch, or, more widely in the nursery trade as American larch. The word tamarack is the Algonquian name for the species and means “wood used for snowshoes.” The species […]


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