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tomsteve

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#1 posted 08-07-2017 04:23 PM

Trees Native to Arizona (between 4,500 feet and 6,000 feet)

boxelder maple ( Acer negundo )
water birch ( Betula occidentalis )
netleaf hackberry ( Celtis laevigata var. reticulate )
western redbud ( Cercis orbiculata )
Arizona cypress ( Cupressus arizonica )
singleleaf ash ( Fraxinus anomala )
Arizona ash ( Fraxinus velutina )
Arizona walnut ( Juglans major )
alligator juniper ( Juniperus deppeana )
one-seed juniper ( Juniperus monosperma )
pinyon pine ( Pinus edulis )
Arizona sycamore ( Platanus wrightii )
Fremont cottonwood ( Populus fremontii )
chokecherry ( Prunus virginiana )
Emory oak ( Quercus emoryi )
Gambel oak ( Quercus gambelii )
shrub live oak ( Quercus turbinella )
Goodding’s willow ( Salix gooddingii )

trees native to AZ above 6,000ft
boxelder ( Acer negundo )
alligator juniper ( Juniperus deppeana )
Rocky Mountain juniper ( Juniperus scopulorum )
blue spruce ( Picea pungens )
pinyon pine ( Pinus edulis )
ponderosa pine ( Pinus ponderosa )
narrowleaf cottonwood ( Populus angustifolia )
chokecherry ( Prunus virginiana )
Gambel oak ( Quercus gambelii )
black locust ( Robinia pseudoacacia )
white fir ( Abies concolor )
flowering crabapple ( Malus sp. )
quaking aspen ( Populus tremuloides )
New Mexico locust (Robinia neomexicana)

https://dffm.az.gov/forestry-community-forestry/urban-community-forestry/tree-care


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