Tree Trimming Services - Chandler AZ - Our Native Trees
Use native trees to Arizona, to make your garden look beautiful.
As a tree removal company, we are so privileged to live in Arizona, as we get to enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery on earth.
As a home owner, you can get to enhance this beauty through your landscaping.
The best way to do this is by planting and growing the trees that already grow in the Arizona landscape.
Working with Tree Trimming Chandler, you can transform your garden with just a few additions.
Native Tree Species
The trees we have in Arizona that grow below 4000 feet elevation are beautiful and hardy. Over millions of years, they’ve adapted to grow and thrive in this environment, with long dry spells interrupted with brief heavy rainfall.
Besides the fact they look stunning, they’re ideal for your property because they’re easier to care for than trying to grow foreign species.
Here is a list of the most common species of tree in the area:
Blue Palo Verde
You will see this species throughout the Sonoran Desert, into Mexico and California. It gets its name from its green wood and it grows very quickly, making it ideal for starting up a brand-new garden or enhancing an existing one.
They can grow up to 40 feet in height and their bright flowers attract the bees to aid in cross-pollination and enhance all of the tree flowers in your garden.
The pea pods and flowers that grow in these trees are edible, so you can add a natural touch to your food.
Desert Ironwood (Olneya Tesota)
Called the desert ironwood for very good reasons, its wood is very strong and hard to work with.
Specialists prize its wood for making exceptionally hard knife handles. These trees grow to around 33 feet in height and its flowers can be white, pink, purple or magenta.
This is an evergreen tree and therefore, its leaves only ever drop when the temperatures drop to freezing or during severe drought conditions.
Cat’s Claw Acacia
This tree is commonly known as “wait a minute” as its hooked barbs often catch your clothing as you walk by.
They can sometimes reach 50 feet in height and as an added-bonus provide very good shade. This tree has curved twigs that veer off from the branches and which bear small tear-dropped shaped leaves.
While this tree doesn’t have quite the same appearance as the famous weeping willow, (It doesn’t droop as much), the desert willow features drooping leaves.
It only reaches around 25 feet in height but its’ broad branches reach far out. This tree is ideal for providing shade for ponds and water features from birds overhead.
This amazing species can survive temperatures well below freezing and its blossoms have beautiful two-tone white and purple color.
Another mid-sized tree, the Netleaf Hackberry grows generally to heights of around 20 to 30 feet. It has stunning oval leaves with a leathery feel.
This species is very resistant to drought and as an added feature, its berries are edible and tasty.
Foothills Palo Verde
This species is much smaller than the Palo Verde and generally reaches a height of around 16 feet.
Its hardy enough to thrive in desert conditions and can live for hundreds of years.
The yellow flowers are stunningly beautiful and like the blue version, this trees pods and flowers are edible.
This species is generally only found along a few streams in Arizona, the Screwbean Mesquite needs a decent amount of watering to survive.
It has several benefits if you decide to grow it though. The wood is very beautiful and the chips it makes are ideal for barbecued meat.
The Screwbeans this tree produces are very nutritious and delicious and you can use them in a number of different recipes.
Especially prized here in Arizona, the Velvet Mesquite requires very little upkeep and watering.
If you do decide to water it generously, this tree will reach heights of 50 feet. Like its Screwbean cousin, you can use the wood as flavouring for wood stokers.
Various parts of the tree are also used in different fold remedies.
This species is relatively short, the Whitethorn Acacia only grows to 6 feet tall.
Although it’s a flowering plant, the shrub doesn’t attract pollinating insects. The most common use of the shrub is to plant it as a boundary or barrier along your property.
The mix of green and yellow provides a rich contrast and a vibrant look in your garden.
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