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Italian Cypress

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“A Drought-Tolerant Favorite” Italian cypress (Cupressus sempervirens), also known as Mediterranean cypress, has been used in formal gardens and around buildings for centuries. This tall, narrow tree can reach heights over 50 feet, but is rarely more than 15 feet

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Northern Red Oak

“A Hardy Landscape Tree” The northern red oak (Quercus rubra) is a fast-growing and long-living tree known for its beautiful red fall color, value to wildlife and status as the state tree of New Jersey. Called “one of the handsomest,

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Japanese Maple

Japanese maple in autumn

“A Popular Feature Tree” Native to Japan and parts of Asia, Japanese maple (Acer palmatum) has been cultivated in temperate areas around the world since the 1800s. This tree is one of the most common features in landscapes of the

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European Beech

European beech in autum

“A Beautiful Shade Tree” Many cultivars of European beech (Fagus sylvatica) have been selected with red, purple, variegated and cutleaf foliage as well as weeping and fastigiate branching habits and other traits. The European beech can live more than 150

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