Tree Planting and Re-Planting

We offer planting and re-planting of trees to help keep Oregon green. Often the city requires re-planting as well. We can choose trees from local nurseries of our choice or you may purchase a tree from a nursery of your choice. We can pick it up, deliver and plant it for you properly. Here are some different types of trees and shrubs, but ask for current selections available. Please fill out our free estimate form if you are interested in removing and re-planting or just planting a new tree and we can come up with a quote for you. 

 

Camellia

Camellia sasanqua

This evergreen has dark green glossy leaves, dense branching, and produces uncommonly lovely blooms in the fall for southern gardens. Grows to 6'-10' tall and wide.

 

Apple, Red Delicious

Malus x domestica

America's favorite red apple is tender, crisp, juicy, and has mild flavor for fresh eating. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours sunlight daily, and need water. They are not drought tolerant. (Pollinate with Lodi or Yellow Delicious)

 

Apple, Yellow Delicious

Malus x domestica

A Large golden apple that ripens late with a fine, sweet flavor. Home use for eating, pies, sauces, and preserves. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours sunlight daily, and need water. They are not drought tolerant. (Pollinate with Lodi or Red Delicious)

 

Apple, Lodi

Malus x domestica

Produces an early harvest of juicy, yellow apples. Harvested during July to August. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours of sunlight daily, and also need water. They are not drought tolerant. (Pollinate with Jonathan or Yellow Delicious)

 

Apple, Early Harvest

Malus x domestica

High-yielding tree that produces a golden apple noted for its cooking uses. Early season harvest. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours sunlight daily, and need water. 

 

Apple, Red Jonathan

Malus x domestica

A late-ripening red apple is fine for fresh eating, freezing and cooking. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours sunlight daily, and need water. They are not drought tolerant. (Pollinate with Lodi or Yellow Delicious)

 

Peach, Belle of Georgia

Prunus persica

Large fruit with brilliant red flowering. Very firm and highly flavored. White flesh, freestone. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours sunlight daily, and need water. They are not drought tolerant. (Self-pollinating)

 

Peach, Elberta

Prunus persica

Most popular of all peaches. This yellow freestone is juicy, ideal for eating, canning and freezing. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours sunlight daily, and need water. They are not drought tolerant. (Self-pollinating)

 

Peach, Golden Jubilee

Prunus persica

A popular yellow freestone peach known for its ability to survive cold climates. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours sunlight daily, and need water. They are not drought tolerant. (Self-pollinating)

 

Peach, Hale-Haven

Magnolia grandiflora

Hale Haven J. H. Hale X South Haven. Most desirable yellow freestone. Noted for its high-yielding qualities. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours sunlight daily, and need water. They are not drought tolerant. (Self-pollinating)

 

Pear, Orient

Pyrus communis

An Oriental pear with yellow fruit. It has juicy, melting, creamy flesh and a mild flavor. Used for canning or eaten fresh. (Pollinate with another variety of pear, Kiefer)

 

Redwood, Dawn

Pyrus communis

An oriental pear with large yellow fruit. The white flesh is crisp, juicy, with a coarse texture. It produces fruit in late September. Very hardy and tolerates hot climates. (Self-fertile, plant two trees to ensure pollination)

 

Plum, Methley

Prunus salicina

Produces a large reddish-purple fruit with red flesh. Heavy bearer. (Self-pollinating)

 

 

Plum, Burbank

Prunus salicina

Purplish-red plum. Most popular commercial variety. (Pollinate with another variety of plum)

 

 

Cherry, Bing

Prunus avium

Extra large, heart-shaped cherries with a deep maroon color. Wonderful flavor. (Pollinate with Black Tartarian or another sweet cherry variety.

 

Cherry, Early Richmond

Prunus cerasus

Bright red, juicy, sour cherry that ripens early. Heavy yields. (Self-pollinating)

 

 

 

Apricot, Moorpark

Prunus armeniaca

A large yellow variety that bears from July to late August. Juicy, sweet tasting fruit which are good fresh, or for canning and drying. It is a self-polinating tree but planting two varieties is recommended for a better crop.

 

Apricot, Early Golden

Prunus armeniaca

Ad early, large, flavorful, golden apricot that produces sweet, rich fruit. A landscape tree with attractive leaves and pink or white flowers. Self-Fertile but planting two varieties is recommended for a better crop.