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Fast Growing Shade Trees

Weeping Willow -
Salix babylonica



The weeping willow tree will grow on averavge 4-8ft annually to a mature height of 70ft tall.
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USDA Zones 2-9

Weeping willow trees are best planted in the fall or winter when completely dormant. The roots of Weeping willows are lengthy, and each primary root is intersected with multiple crowded secondary roots that are loaded with hair roots. The spreading webbed root system is a key to the fantastic fast growing weeping willow tree branches that spread outwards limber and curving down at the ends. Plant a weeping willow tree in a 5 gal. hole and water with 2 gal, weekly for fast growing expectations.
Tulip Poplar -
Liriodendron tulipifera



The tulip poplar will grow on average 3ft annually to a mature height of 120ft tall.
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USDA Zones 5- 9

Gardeners are interested in planting the fastest growing shade trees in their yard for fast shade for their landscape or home. The tulip poplar tree is one of the most popular selections for planting and well adapted fast growing tree to bring fast heat relief, lower electric power bills and fast drainage in wet spot in the yard. The tulip poplar tree in May and June is loaded down with tea-cup sized, yellow tulip-like, fragrant flowers that perfume the air. Fall brings yellow leaves to view.
Sycamore -
Platanus occidentalis



The sycamore tree will grow on average 4-5ft annually to a mature height of 130ft tall.
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USDA Zones 4- 9

Sycamore trees are adapted to grow in almost every region of the U.S , surviving extreme cold temperatures of minus 20 degree F. The fast growing sycamore tree can grow 6 feet branches in only one year. In winter the bright yellow leaf colors are dazzling and following the leaf drop, the snow white bark is a reminder that the winter season has come. The fast growing canopy of spring leaves shades the front yard and house top. High cost electric power bills will be good news in the summer heat.
Green Ash -
Fraxinus pennsylvanica



The green ash tree will grow on average 3-5ft annually to a mature height of 70ft tall.
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USDA Zones 2- 10

Because the Green ash tree is the most adaptable shade tree in the U.S. and survives extreme temperatures, it has become the most popular fast growing shade tree that has been planted in almost every State. The green ash tree is distinctively tall with a dense leafy canopy of fluttering leaflets that constantly move about in busy photosynthesis fixation then pumping out refreshing oxygen to breathe & to synthesize tree fibers making lumber possible along with leafy shade for gardens and houses.
Silver Maple -
Acer saccharinum



The silver maple tree will grow on average 2-3ft annually to a mature height of 120ft tall.
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USDA Zones 3-9

A silver maple tree has become a favorite yard shade tree for those gardeners wanting a fast growing tree with a reflecting silver canopy that in early fall begins it's amazing color transformation of gold. The silver maple trees grow in wet or even desert soil profiles and form intense canopies - densely leafy to provide heavy shade that cuts electric power bills and a green screen of privacy when closely planted. The large leaves weigh heavy on slender branches sagging and shielding privacy.
Red Maple -
Acer rubrum



The red maple tree will grow on average 2-3ft annually to a mature height of 90ft tall.
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USDA Zones 3-9

The fast growing red maple tree is well adapted to grow in most temperature zones of the U.S;, and the root system is adaptable to spread in most soil profiles and pH environments. Often, wetlands are not best suited for best growing trees, but red maple trees flourish in wet or very dry earth. Banks and governmental venues plant red maples to shade the parking lots, walkways and buildings. The bright green leaves grow faster in spring to provide privacy blocks and shade for street planting.
River Birch -
Betula nigra



The river birch tree will grow on average 2-3ft annually to a mature height of80ft tall.
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USDA Zones 3-9

As a landscape tree, the fast growing river birch tree is well adapted to grow in almost every State, and survives the coldest temperatures and the most stressful conditions of droughts or flooding. River birch trees can grow in clumps (clusters) or as single trunk specimens in the landscape and are well adapted to plant at home entrances, along walkways or street corners. The leaves turn bright gold during the fall and do not form burdens for leaf raking at leaf-drop but disintegrate easily.
Bald Cypress -
Taxodium distichum



The bald cypress tree will grow on average 2-3ft annually to a mature height of 150ft tall.
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USDA Zones 4-9

Many fast growing trees are not well adapted for growing in all areas of the United States, however, the bald cypress tree grows well in Michigan, and Massachusetts and flourishes is the widest range of soil profiles, pH measurements and wetness or dryness. The bald cypress tree lumber is penetrated with natural genetic preservatives ideal for home building or split rail fences. The crowded, needle-like leaves are loaded with a woodsy fragrance, perfect for planting near your bedroom windows.
Sawtooth Oak -
Quercus acutissima



The sawtooth oak tree will grow on average 2-3ft annually to a mature height of 40-60ft tall.
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USDA Zones 5-9

Most hunters look for locations to hunt deer and gamebirds where wildlife sawtooth oak trees grow. The favorite wildlife food tree for planting on hunting preserve's is the fast growing tree, sawtooth oak trees that can produce several bushels of acorns in a single season. The only continuing investment from establishing an orchard of these trees is the initial tree cost and planting. A menagerie of wildlife animals gather at the base of a mature oak tree to feed from the prolific acorn harvest.