September 12th, 2016
Take a Quick Tour through our nursery holding yard and see trees that are available for planting. You’ll see Streetkeeper Honeylocust, Swamp White Oak, Dawn Redwood, Niobe Weeping Willow, Bloodgood Japanese Maple, multi-stem Thornless Cockspur Hawthorn, Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry as well as Cleveland Select Ornamental Pear and more. If you have never seen a Purple Fountain Beech tree you have to see this video. Purple Fountain Beech are very unique trees that add a ton of character to any yard. Keep watching to the very end to see the magnificent Purple Fountian Beech.
Thank you for taking a tour through our holding yard.
August 1st, 2016
July 31, 2016
Once it was a favorite tree. Now it’s just a pile of wood chips where a stump was ground out.
Many homeowners are eager to replace a tree that had to be removed because of emerald ash borer or other causes. But don’t rush to replant in the same spot, said Meghan Midgley, soil scientist at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle. “That’s not likely to be the best place for your new tree to succeed,” she said. Read more
June 5th, 2012
Obviously we love trees here at iTrees.com, and we take every opportunity to promote their value & importance to our communities. We recently ran across an interesting article brought to us by the Alliance for Community Trees. It is titled “The Quick 10: 10 Trees that Changed the World.”
Here’s the list at a glance:
- Walt Disney’s Dreaming Tree
- Anne Franks’s Horsechestnut Tree
- Isaac Newton’s Apple Tree
- Wall Street Buttonwood Tree
- Revolutionary War Mercer Oak
- Geneseo Big Tree - Treaty of Big Tree
- Royal Oak
- Queen Elizabeth Oak
- Tree of Hippocrates
Take a look at the article link below - it’s pretty cool…
The Quick 10: 10 Trees that Changed the World
February 10th, 2012
Spring is a great time to plant trees, and at iTrees.com you can plant your way to a colorful spring display! The spring season is a perfect time to plant trees: the weather is mild, and the trees respond well to transplanting this time of year. When trees are planted in the spring, they can start growing right away and recieve nourishing spring rains. This helps them establish well before the following summer season. Experts agree that spring planting is an excellent option for tree planting.
Spring is best known for colorful blooms in the landscape, and at iTrees.com we have a spectacular array of trees to choose from! If you are looking for more color in your yard this spring, then click on our Flowering Trees category at www.iTrees.com for an assortment of fantastic spring choices. Our selection of locally grown trees is sure to have the spring colors you are looking for. Join us this spring & plant a tree and watch your yard transform into a beautiful explosion of color!
March 22nd, 2011
Here is a link to a great story about how much cooler it is under the shade of a tree. The report was generated by Trees Forever based in Iowa, and it was recently published on the Alliance for Community Trees website. Both of these great organizations we are proud to support!
If you click on this link http://actrees.org/site/news/newsroom/it_really_is_cooler_in_the_shade.php?tag=news you can read about this interesting study. They used the 4-H youth to test temperature differences around the community in the summer & found temperature differences of up to 55 degrees coller in the shade!
Basically this supports what we already knew - TREES ARE COOL!!!