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best sellerAutumn Blaze® Red Maple Tree
Growing Zones 3-8

Autumn Blaze® Red Maple Tree

739 reviews
Starting at $139.95Up to 51% OFF
Sugar Maple Tree
Growing Zones 3-8

Sugar Maple Tree

109 reviews
Starting at $139.95Up to 17% OFF
Red Sunset® Maple Tree
Growing Zones 4-9

Red Sunset® Maple Tree

199 reviews
Starting at $124.95
Tulip Poplar Tree
Growing Zones 4-9

Tulip Poplar Tree

245 reviews
Starting at $104.95
best sellerWeeping Willow Tree
Growing Zones 4-9

Weeping Willow Tree

550 reviews
Starting at $109.95Up to 38% OFF
best sellerBloodgood Japanese Maple Tree
Growing Zones 5-8

Bloodgood Japanese Maple Tree

417 reviews
Starting at $79.95Up to 27% OFF
rareWillow Hybrid Tree
Growing Zones 4-9

Willow Hybrid Tree

315 reviews
Starting at $81.95
best sellerCold Hardy Mimosa Tree
Growing Zones 5-10

Cold Hardy Mimosa Tree

153 reviews
Starting at $99.95Up to 9% OFF
Quaking Aspen Tree
Growing Zones 2-7

Quaking Aspen Tree

81 reviews
Starting at $279.95
Heritage® River Birch
Growing Zones 4-9

Heritage® River Birch

94 reviews
Starting at $88.95Up to 34% OFF
American Sycamore Tree
Growing Zones 4-9

American Sycamore Tree

112 reviews
Starting at $189.95Up to 5% OFF
Yoshino Cherry Tree
Growing Zones 5-8

Yoshino Cherry Tree

165 reviews
Starting at $199.95Up to 30% OFF
American Red Maple Tree
Growing Zones 4-9

American Red Maple Tree

168 reviews
Starting at $114.95
Coral Bark Japanese Maple Tree
Growing Zones 5-8

Coral Bark Japanese Maple Tree

187 reviews
Starting at $109.95
Little Gem Magnolia Tree
Growing Zones 7-9

Little Gem Magnolia Tree

140 reviews
Starting at $60.95Up to 68% OFF
rareSuperior Hybrid Poplar Tree
Growing Zones 3-8

Superior Hybrid Poplar Tree

305 reviews
Starting at $73.95
best sellerWindmill Palm Tree
Growing Zones 7-11

Windmill Palm Tree

366 reviews
Starting at $119.95
Ginkgo Tree
Growing Zones 3-9

Ginkgo Tree

159 reviews
Starting at $68.95Up to 37% OFF
Princeton American Elm Tree
Growing Zones 3-9

Princeton American Elm Tree

50 reviews
Starting at $99.95Up to 42% OFF
Rainbow Eucalyptus Tree
Growing Zones 9-11

Rainbow Eucalyptus Tree

284 reviews
Starting at $83.95Up to 35% OFF
Northern Red Oak Tree
Growing Zones 3-8

Northern Red Oak Tree

97 reviews
Starting at $89.95Up to 22% OFF
Sweetbay Magnolia Tree
Growing Zones 5-10

Sweetbay Magnolia Tree

100 reviews
Starting at $154.95
Summer Chocolate Mimosa Tree
Growing Zones 7-9

Summer Chocolate Mimosa Tree

64 reviews
Starting at $87.95Up to 39% OFF
Dura Heat® River Birch
Growing Zones 4-9

Dura Heat® River Birch

116 reviews
Starting at $48.95Up to 66% OFF
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Effortless shade, from greens to blazing reds.

Looking for elegant shade in season-to-season hues? Our Shade Trees make an elegant statement. Whether you get an Autumn Blaze Maple or a graceful Weeping Willow, you'll have an easy-growing favorite that offers the perfect backdrop for your homescape.

How and Where to Plant Shade Trees

Though specific directions will change depending on the Shade Trees you purchase, knowing your growing zone is an important first step. After you’ve determined your growing zone, keep sunlight and watering needs in mind for your Shade Trees. Most prefer full sun to partial sun (anywhere from 4 to 8 hours of sunlight per day) and well-drained soil. Your fertilizing and pruning needs will also depend on the Shade Trees you choose, but many of them do not require pruning.

As far as when to plant, we always recommend early spring or fall, before or after the threat of frost. As long as the ground is not frozen, however, your Shade Trees should be fine.

From there, the actual planting process is easy. Select an area with well-drained soil, dig a hole large enough to accommodate the tree’s root ball (along with a bit of extra width for mature growth), place your tree and backfill the hole. Finish by watering the surrounding soil and mulching to conserve moisture.

When to Plant Shade Trees

As far as when to plant, we always recommend early spring or fall, before or after the threat of frost. As long as the ground is not frozen, however, your Shade Trees should be fine.

Color Variations and Seasonal Change

Several of our Shade Trees transition from green to yellow and red as the seasons change, including the October Glory, Autumn Blaze, and Tulip Poplar. Others are Evergreen varieties or may include blooms.

Color variations and seasonal change of trees