Cultivars of Three North American Trees
Registered landscape architects and ISA certified arborists
This course is part of an on-going series about cultivars of various trees. In this course, we discuss the cultivars of three popular native American trees. The cultivars have been selected for various purposes including pest and disease resistance, urban environment sustainability, survival around utilities and general superiority to the straight species when used in the urban environment.
Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare
- The reader will further understand the cultivar selection process and see it applied to North American native species.
- Readers will gain an understanding of what cultivars are out there for specific uses such as upright/columnar trees and trees best suited for growing under wires.
- Readers will come away with an understanding of what new cultivars are available for urban and harsh environments where natives are desired but not well suited.
Len Phillips and Richard W Gibney RLA (editors) with sources cited
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