Replacement Tree Species List

Replacement Tree Species List


Planting Requirements for Replacement Trees

  • Replacement trees shall be single-stemmed and 2” caliper or larger. Caliper is the diameter of the tree, measured 6” above the ground.
  • It is recommended that trees be planted at least 15’ from a building, 10’ from a driveway and 6’ from a fence.
  • PRIOR approval for all other species must be obtained from the City Forester.
  • Shade trees should not be planted near or under utility wires.

 

          Large Trees (over 40’)

American Beech

Japanese Zelkova

Oak, Chestnut

Bald Cypress

Katsura tree

Oak, Chinkapin

Black Walnut

European larch

Oak, English

Catalpa

Maple, Black

Oak, Red

Cucumber Magnolia

Maple, Freeman’s

Oak, Shingle

Dawn Redwood

Maple, Marmo Freeman’s

Oak, Swamp White

Elm (Hybrids)

Maple, State Street

Oak, White

Elm, Lacebark

Maple, Sugar

Pecan

Ginkgo (male)

Linden, American

 

Sweetgum

Hackberry

 

Linden, Silver

Sycamore

Hickory

Linden, Littleleaf

Tulip-tree

Honey-locust

London Planetree

Tupelo (black gum)

Horse-chestnut

Oak, Black

Turkish Filbert

Japanese Scholar tree

Oak, Bur

Yellow Buckeye