Sorts and Filters
Sorts and Filters
Thuja Green Giant2567 reviewsStarting at $19.95
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Phenomenal™ Lavender Plant298 reviewsStarting at $29.95
Emerald Green Arborvitae624 reviewsStarting at $15.95
Everbearing Strawberry - USDA Organic83 reviewsStarting at $19.95
Baby Giant Arborvitae Tree138 reviewsStarting at $59.95
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Ice Cream Banana Tree558 reviewsStarting at $44.95
Pink Lemonade Blueberry Bush142 reviewsStarting at $59.95
Honeycrisp™ Apple Tree335 reviewsStarting at $91.95
Guava Tree 'Ruby Supreme'191 reviewsStarting at $119.95
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Full Speed A Hedge® American Pillar Arborvitae115 reviewsStarting at $44.95
Colorado Blue Spruce Tree178 reviewsStarting at $74.95
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Triple Crown Blackberry151 reviewsStarting at $49.95
5-in-1 Apple Tree144 reviewsStarting at $129.95
Bushel and Berry® Raspberry Shortcake® Bush57 reviewsStarting at $29.95
Sweetheart Blueberry Bush154 reviewsStarting at $44.95
Everbearing Mulberry Tree289 reviewsStarting at $79.95
Dwarf Cavendish Banana Tree426 reviewsStarting at $34.95
Cold Hardy Avocado Tree788 reviewsStarting at $119.95
Meyer Lemon Tree1512 reviewsStarting at $88.95
Vermont residents are extremely proud of their Green Mountain State residential landscapes. They often come to us when they are looking for fast-growing trees that will provide them with cooling shade for their house and garden during the summertime. Which trees you choose to plant in Vermont will depend on where you live – the Northeast Highlands, the Western New England Upland, Green Mountains, Vermont Valley, the Taconic Mountains or the Champlain Valley - and the benefits you expect from the tree.
The Best Trees for Planting in Vermont
Good considerations for tree choices for Vermonters will always include species that are highly adaptable to the unique climate of the varied hardiness zones; trees that can thrive in zones 3-5.
If you live in Vermont’s colder regions you will need to choose from our most hardy trees that can easily withstand colder climes, such as the Hybrid and Lombardy Poplars or the stunning Juniper Wichita Blue. Our Red Maples also thrive in colder zones.
If you have a lake or pond on your property and you want to enhance its natural beauty, our Weeping Willow is just the thing. This graceful tree is an easy to grow shade tree and will provide a sweeping canopy for years to come. This is a quick and economical way to add character to any landscape.
A Large Variety of Trees for Vermont
Wherever your location, from St. Albans to Manchester, Guildhall to Newfane or Burlington to Chelsea, our Vermont tree options provide something for every taste and climate zone throughout the state. You can count on our experts to help you find the perfect trees and shrubs for you.
Vermont’s state tree is the Sugar Maple. This spectacular forest tree is found throughout the state and is easily recognized by its distinctive gray bark and 3-5 lobed leaves. In full maturity, most trees reach 70-90 feet in height.
Tunbridge is the official state soil of Vermont. This dark, sandy loam formed back in the Wisconsin-age glacial till and is well-drained. It is a deep soil and is found throughout most of the state. It is named after the town of Tunbridge, Orange County, Vermont. It is suitable soil for growing trees and shrubs.