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Purchase and Plant a Tree

Think Green and Plant a Tree! 

HUGE Tree Sale

Purchase any of the following trees including installation. Call DuPage Landscaping, Inc. at (630) 739-5976 or email us at dupagelanscaping@att.net 

 

Purchase a tree including installation.

10' to 12' High or 2" Diameter

For only $475.00 While quantities last!

 

Take a look below at the available trees.

Cleveland Pear

River Birch

Norway Maple

Red Jewel Crab

Autumn Blaze

Spring Snow

Tree sizes range from 10' to 12' high or 2" diameter.

While Quantities Last!

 

 

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Cleveland Pear

The Cleveland Pear Tree is a deciduous, ornamental pear tree known for its hardiness and adaptability. A hybrid of the Bradford pear, known as the Pyrus calleryana, it is stronger and more resilient.

Development

The Cleveland Pear Tree is a perennial tree that was propagated to improve the characteristics of the Bradford pear tree. The trunk of the Cleveland pear is wider and more dominant, growing at a slower and more efficient rate. These improvements make the Cleveland pear more sturdy and resilient to extreme seasonal rain and snowfalls. This tree is also designed to tolerate all soil types, pH levels, and location constraints. It is drought tolerant, pollution resistant, and can thrive in wet soil.





 

River Birch

The River Birch, known scientifically as Betula nigra, is an attractive birch tree that grows throughout the eastern half of the United States. It also is known as the water birch and the black birch.

Appearance

River Birches grow to a full height of between 30 to 40 feet, often producing multiple trunks. The leaves have a shiny green surface, and in the spring they produce a dangling spike of pale flowers. The river birch has peeling bark that reveals the gray-brown or reddish brown inner bark, giving the tree some winter interest.

Cultivation

The River Birch should be planted in full sun. It survives high temperatures very well, and thrives in wet areas with well-drained, acidic soils. It is a hardy tree and, according to the University of Missouri, it is highly resistant to weather damage and has an excellence resistance to pests.



Norway Maple

Norway Maple is a deciduous tree that grows 40-60 ft. tall.  Flowering occurs in the early spring before the leaves emerge. The flowers are inconspicuous and develop into large double samaras that mature in the late summer. Norway Maple is very similar to sugar maple but can be distinguished by the fruit and bark.   It has been, and continues to be, widely sold as an ornamental tree.

Red Jewel Crab

Red Jewel is a small upright crab, maturing at 12'-15' high and 8' wide, making it ideal for many landscape applications.  Red Jewel is quite a show stopper in late spring with it's beautiful blooms completely covering this small tree.

But if you ask me, I'd say that this tree's best season is winter. While most other deciduous trees are barren the entire winter, this tree sparkles with its lively bright red "jewel" fruits. 1/2" globe fruits are born in small clumps of 2 to 5 along all silver-gray branches and dangle on red 1 1/2" long petioles, creating quite a striking contrast. These fruit are winter persistent' meaning they will remain all winter. Not only does this feature give huge interest to your landscape in the winter, but it also gives you a tree that virtually has no mess in the fall, and provides critical food for birds as well.

Maintenance is very minimal. Suckers can form at the base of this tree. Just simply prune them once in early summer for the best form. Red Jewel is very hardy for our zone, and typical winter die back is slight if any at all. Crabapples are not too particular about soil, just avoid consistently wet conditions.

Autumn Blaze

The Autumn Blaze Maple Tree is a unique combination of good traits from the red maple and silver maple. The qualities mixed by the Autumn Blaze Maple tree are brilliant orange-red color in the fall, dense and healthy branching, and enhanced growth that protects from insects and disease. They are known for their unexcelled speed of growth. The Autumn Blaze Maple tree can also live in a variety of climates, ranging from the frigid cold to humid conditions.

The Autumn Blaze Maple tree has recently become one of the most requested trees in the United States and is quickly growing in popularity in other countries as well. It is especially asked for because it has the vigor and adaptability of the silver maple, as well as the strength and beauty of the red maple.

The leaves of the Autumn Blaze Maple tree resemble the leaves of a silver maple tree, being opposite, simple, and five-lobed with toothy margins. The deep red veins of the leaves are derived from the red maple. The summer color of the autumn blaze maple tree is a rich medium green, which turns into orange and crimson in the fall. The leaves of the autumn blaze maple tree will last longer on the branch than those of other maple trees. An autumn blaze maple tree works perfectly as a specimen tree, can also be used in clusters.

Spring Snow

The Spring Snow Flowering Crabapple Tree produces double white blossoms each spring. The flower stalks are short and follow the branch structure closely, creating a garland of white flowers.  Its shower of white flowers is an eyecatcher. This deciduous tree is fast-growing, with an upright form and reaches about 25 feet at maturity. The branch structure provides interesting forms in winter. Select a site with full sun and well-drained soil. Crabapples require little pruning once established. In late winter, prune dead, diseased, and broken branches and trim off any sprouts that arise at the base of the tree.

Call and Order Today

 

DuPage Landscaping, Inc.

(630) 739-5976

or email

dupagelanscaping@att.net

Don't wait too long....this offer is good while quantities last.