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Looking for trees in the Fort Wayne area? Look no further. We have a great selection to choose from at a price that won't hurt your wallet!  http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/fort-wayne-trees

Looking for Fort Wayne trees? Big trees, small trees, and everything else!

The American Holly can be pruned to be a hedge, or if left alone, will grow to be a tree. The leaves are dark green, leathery and sometimes very glossy.  The flowers of the American Holly are small and white and they typically bloom from April to June.   http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/american-holly/

The American Holly tree can be pruned to be a hedge, or if left alone, will grow to be the height of around

The Black Hills Spruce (Picea glauca) is very closely related to the White Spruce. In fact, it is a subspecies of the White Spruce. The Black Hills has dense, bright green needles and grows at a relatively slow pace, which makes it high in demand.  The Black Hills Spruce is a great accent tree and attracts a variety of birds.  http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/black-hills-spruce-trees/

The Black Hills Spruce (Picea glauca) is very closely related to the White Spruce. We have the best black hills spruce collection in Indiana.

The Austrian Pine tree is an, evergreen conifer with dark-green needles, and dense foliage. It is adaptable to urban conditions and grows 2 ft per year on average.   Great choice for a quick windbreak. Tolerates a wide variety of temperatures and soil types.   http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/austrian-pine-trees/

The Austrian Pine tree (pinus nigra) is a medium growth evergreen tree that is tolerant of many various conditions.

The Fat Albert Spruce (Picea Pugens) features a dense, upright shape (cone), tight branching, and a gorgeous blue needle color. The Fat Albert is an ideal landscape specimen tree and makes a great Christmas tree. An ideal location is a medium, well-drained soil in full sun. Prefers rich, moist soils.  http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/fat-albert-spruce/

The Fat Albert Spruce (Picea Pugens) features a dense, upright shape (cone), tight branching, and a gorgeous blue needle color. An ideal landscape specimen.

The Weeping Norway Spruce (Picea abies ‘Pendula’) is a great evergreen accent with weeping spreading branches. It is an unusual weeping cultivar of the Norway spruce and is an irregularly shaped evergreen whose form will vary considerably depending upon its early training.   http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/weeping-norway-spruce/

The Weeping Norway Spruce (Picea abies 'Pendula') is a great evergreen accent with weeping spreading branches. Its unusual shape will makes it stand out.

The Weeping Larch (Larix decidua ‘Pendula’) is a graceful, small, deciduous conifer with elegant drooping foliage and branches. It is best to plant the Weeping Larch where the roots have room to expand unobstructed by pavement and buildings.  http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/weeping-larch/

The Weeping Larch is a small tree that droops ever so gracefully.

The Paperbark Maple (Acer griseum) is a small, deciduous, rounded tree with slender upright branching. The Paperbark Maple has soft green leaves that change to scarlet in fall. But perhaps it’s most appealing feature is the bark. Throughout the year, papery sheets of old bark peel to expose cinnamon-brown new bark.   http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/paperbark-maple/

The Paperbark Maple tree is a small shade tree that has unique, peeling bark.

The Blue Atlas Cedar (cedrus atlantica glauca) tree has a distinctive look with silvery blue to bluish-green needles. Tolerates many soil conditions, but prefers moist and well-drained soils.   http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/blue-atlas-cedar/

The Blue Atlas Cedar has a very distinct look. The bluish gray needles glisten beautifully and the tree itself is hardy and wind resistant.

The Elizabeth Magnolia (Magnolia acuminata ‘Elizabeth’) is a yellow flowered Magnolia. Displays elegant yellow blooms that form out of tapered buds. #trees  http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/elizabeth-magnolia-tree/

The Elizabeth Magnolia tree is a deciduous pyramidal magnolia tree that grows to about tall and features fragrant yellow flowers in early spring.

#Blog post about the Do's and Dont's of Fall #tree care. #outdoors   http://hoosierhomeandgarden.com/fall-tree-care-tips/

Learn how to properly take care of your trees with our Fall Tree care guide.