Trees in Grande Prairie by Zone

Zone 2

  • Black Ash
  • Green Ash
  • Swedish Columnar Aspen
  • Trembling Aspen
  • Cutleaf Weeping Birch
  • Paper Birch
  • Amur Cherry
  • Schubert Chokecherry
  • Flowering Crabapple
  • American Elm
  • Siberian Elm
  • Balsam Fir
  • Manitoba Maple
  • Jack Pine
  • Lodgepole Pine
  • Balsam Poplar
  • Hybrid Poplar
  • Northwest Poplar
  • Colorado Spruce
  • White Spruce
  • Laurel-leaf Willow
  • White Willow

Zone 2-3

  • Apple
  • Mountain Ash

Zone 3 and 3B

  • Mayday Cherry 
  • Douglas Fir 3B
  • Hawthorn
  • Japanese Lilac Tree
  • Siberian Larch
  • Linden
  • Amur Maple
  • Bur Oak
  • Buckeye Ohio
  • Ponderosa Pine
  • Scots Pine
  • Swiss Stone Pine
  • Plum
  • Tower Poplar
  • Norway Spruce
  • Golden Willow

Trees in Grande Prairie

Zone: 2-3
Odyssey apple in the Copperwood orchard
Zone: 2
Zone: 2
Zone: 2-3
Zone: 2
Swedish columnar aspens are a popular choice for mass plantings. Unfortunately, this increases the spread of diseases like Bronze Leaf Disease. Always space your trees properly to give them room to grow.
Zone: 2
Trembling aspen is a native tree species that often grows in natural stands throughout Grande Prairie
Zone: 2
Zone: 2
Vibrant copper bark is this tree's most distinctive characteristic
Zone: 3
Mayday trees covered in white blossoms are a common sight along Grande Prairie streets in May
Zone: 2
Schubert chokecherries are instantly recognizable by their dark purple foliage

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