Delaware Trees

Buy Delaware Flowering Trees, Nut Tree, Bamboo Plants, Grapevines, Fruit Trees, Figs, Shade Tree and Berry Plants.

The State of Delaware is located in the mid Atlantic USDA zones 6 and 7. You can order and purchase Flowering trees, such as the white dogwood tree, redbud tree and crabapple trees are native trees to Delaware and are colorfully planted up and down the Wilmington, DE streets. Find and Get the Japanese, pink, Kwanzan flowering cherry and white Yoshino flowering cherry trees are as beautifully planted in displays in Wilmington, Delaware as these Japanese flowering cherry trees are in the Nations Capitol, Washington, D. C.The Aristocrat flowering pear tree in the spring is completely blanketed with solid white and in the fall the leaves during brilliant orange, red and purple.

Hale Haven peach trees are cold hardy, and the juicy peaches taste sweet when tree ripened. Golden Delicious Apples and Red Delicious apple trees bear heavy crops of delicious fruit during the Fall every year, but apple trees must be planted with a pollinator, and often the crabapple tree is the best selection for the cross pollination. The Kieffer hard fleshed pear trees are importantly planted for wildlife animal and game bird reserve food plots, but they are delicious to eat on toast when spread on toast..

Get the best Blueberry plants are adaptable to most acid soil types in DE, and the blueberries begin ripening in late June. Rabbiteye blueberry plant cultivars were developed as special, hybrid blueberry plants, that were selected as inter-crosses in nearby, Beltsville, MD., at the famous research USDA Station.

The question of planting a cold hardy fig tree is Delaware has been answered by some gardeners who have discovered tha Chicago Hardy fig trees that grow a purple, medium size fig that is very sweet and flavorful, ripening in the middle of the summer. The Chicago hardy fig tree can be shipped to you by calling Ty Ty Nursery at

The USDA Zone map describes Delaware as being in zone 6 and 7 which means that an extensive list of Fruit trees, Berry Bushes, Nut Trees, Grape Vines, Flowering Trees and even some palm trees, such as the Needle Palm tree and Windmill Palm trees, can be planted next to your patio landscape or swimming pool for that exotic tropical look. Several excellent Flowering trees like the white dogwood tree, Cornus florida, Redbud trees., Cercis canadensis, and Japanese Kwansan cherry trees or Japanese white Yoshino flowering cherry trees. Japanese flowering cherry trees, like those planted at the nation's Capitol in Washington D.C.,are top favorite blooming specimens for DE., spring landscape gardens.You can find out the top high quality tip suggestions and high quality information and reviews on the Ty Ty Nursery website,

Several nut trees are Delaware native trees, like the Black Walnut tree, Juglans nigra, that bears large walnuts in the fall with nut kernels that have a spicy rich flavor, and the expensive wood of the tree is a top furniture product. The American chestnut tree hybrid now is available as a blight resistant American chestnut: a hybrid cross of Chinese chestnuts, Castanea mollissima, and American chestnuts. The Shagbark Hickory, Carya ovata, has deliciously flavored hickory nut kernels that are similar to the pecan. American filbert trees produce small sweetly, rich kernels, that are also called 'American Hazelnuts'. The James pecan tree, Carya illinoiensis, is very cold hardy and produces a papershell pecan nut that is easy to shell.

The red mulberry tree, Morus rubra, produces a large tasty mulberry fruit, that is highly productive as a native Delaware fruit tree, and many new cultivars of mulberries are highly flavorful and richly, sweet to taste. Black Persian mulberries are delicious to eat and white mulberry trees, Morus alba, are available to buy at online nursery companies. Apple trees are planted at Delaware organic apple orchards as pick-you-own tourist attractions. Red Delicious apple trees, Golden Delicious apple trees and Red Rome apple trees are time proven successes, but apple trees must be cross pollinated to produce apples.The Elberta peach tree and Hale Haven peach trees produce juicy, tasty peaches in the summer, just perfect for peach ice cream, or peach cobbler and pickled peaches. The Stanley plum tree produces a plum that is purple in color and rates as the best of the cold hardy plums to be planted throughout Delaware. The Kieffer pear tree is cold hardy in Delaware, and the Kieffer hard pear produces a green-yellow fruit that is excellent when baked in cakes, pies and pear preserves. Both the Tennessee Mountain Fig tree and the Chicago Hardy Fig trees are cold hardy to all zones in Delaware. Some other figs such as the Black Mission Fig, the Green Japanese Ischau Fig tree and the Brown Turkey Fig tree have been grown in DE in sheltered, mulched landscapes.

Both sour cherry, ( pie cherries) and sweet cherries flourish in Delaware gardens according to the University of Delaware in Newark, DE., and Dover, DE. Black Tartarian cherry trees and the Bing cherry tree produces deliciously sweet cherries, perfect to pick and eat straight off the tree. Red Montmorency cherries and Red North star cherry trees are productive for producing canning cherries and pie cherries.

Red raspberries such as the Heritage raspberry bush, and the Red Boyne raspberry plant grow in pick-you-own plots near Georgetown, Delaware. Black Cumberland raspberry bushes and Fall Gold raspberry plants can be successfully planted in all USDA Delaware temperature zones. Blueberry plants are important agricultural crops, and pick-your-own berry plants and blueberry plants are known for producing blueberries with a high antioxidant content, that is a health benefit in fighting disease. Both thorny Brazos blackberry plants and Navajo thornless blackberry bushes are found growing in large planting orchards in DE, and the thorny and thornless blackberry plants have come from the researchers at the University of Arkansas horticultural laboratories and they have transformed the roadside blackberry plant search and demand into a commercial bonanza for Delaware nursery growers of berry plants.

If you are searching for a privacy screen to establish in Delaware, bamboo plants are very fast growing and have survived 20 degrees below zero F. temperatures during the extremely cold winter of the year, 2014. A Delaware bamboo plant is easy to grow in full sun or in partial shade, especially favoring damp organic-based soils that have been well drained. The beautifully colored exterior layers of bamboo plant poles (stems, canes, culms) can be purchased in colors of gold, black-green or variegated blue. Bamboo plants can stop soil erosion, prevent wind damage and block the street noises and convert the noxious fumes from automobiles of carbon dioxide to healthy Oxygen for easy breathing. You can order your bamboo plant, privacy block from Ty Ty Bamboo Nursery,, and your boxed bamboo will be immediately shipped to your house any time of the year.

Shade trees are very valuable to plant in Delaware to cool houses and yard plants, the stop the harm of erosion, to increase property and landscape values, and to reduce the costs of air conditioning bills by shading and cooling the house. The Southern Magnolia tree, Magnolia grandiflora, and the dwarf Little gem Magnolia trees provide much needed shade in Delaware. The Tulip Poplar tree, the Red Maple Trees and the Elm trees are fast growing shade trees and all provide brilliant and dramatic colors of leaves during the fall. Japanese Magnolia trees and bushes are spectacular spring flowering cold hardy trees that bloom with bright huge flowers with a wonderful fragrance. The Catalpa tree is an excellent fast growing shade tree with large white fragrant flowers and shade for the East and the West side of your home. The worms are also covered on the leaves that fishermen are looking for during the summer fishing season. Sassafras trees grow into large specimens and all parts of the sassafras trees are aromatic. The Bald Cypress trees provide an excellent dense shade during the hottest part of the summer with brilliant yellow leaf colors in the fall. The Pond Cypress tree looks similar but prefers to grow in wet ground where most trees fail. One of the fast growing shade trees in DE to plant is the Lombardy poplar tree that can grow more than 8 feet in a single growing season and the Lombardy poplar tree is a good blocker of wind damage and a great privacy screen or fence. The Sour Wood tree is beautifully cloaked in bright leaves in the fall.

Wildlife game food is important to sustain hunting preserves and the best wildlife fruit trees to plant are pear trees and the wild American persimmon trees that in the fall when the fruit begins to ripen on the trees, the aroma attracts deer and game birds to the feeding food plots where they are planted. The native wild crabapple trees and red and black mulberry trees produce summer fruit that white tailed deer are searching for. Elderberry plants and strawberry bushes produce lots of juicy spring berries that birds like, and the blackberry plants and dewberry thorny vines provide protection from predators and food during the summer. The native autumn olive tree and the Ogeechee lime trees produce fall favorite food for wildlife animals. Acorns begin falling from fast growing Sawtooth oak trees in only 5 years and the gobbler oak tree and Turkey oak acorns are excellent for turkey, game birds and squirrels. The white oak at maturity is a very large reliable producer of high quality acorns for white tailed deer and many birds.

For plant lovers who live in Delaware, Aloe plants and Agave plants can not be grown outside during the winter in the landscape, but many aloes and agaves are grown by collectors in dish gardens or as container plants. The ornamental and dangerously sticky plants like yucca plants can survive the winter cold in Delaware. Yuccas are loaded with sharp spines at the leaf tips, and in the summer will send up a flower stalk topped with lily-like lantern shaped flowers on an impressive inflorescence. The Yucca rostrata grows an elegant trunk with thin straight leaves, and the Yucca filamentosa "Color Guard' is dramatically striped with yellow leaves of a unique variegation of vibrant colors. The Joshua Tree, Yucca brevifolia, the Spanish Bayonet, Yucca gloriosa, and the Yucca rostrata are cold hardy to minus 5 degrees F. and grow as evergreen ornamental plants outside. The Aloe vera produces mottled leaves, fleshy and thick that are filled with a healing juice for treating burns, insect bites and stings, and skin wounds.