Washington Trees

Buy Washington State Fruit Trees, Fig, Raspberry, Blackberry - Blueberry Bushes, Bamboo,and Seedless Grapevines.

Rabbiteye blueberry plants are being tested for growing commercially in WA., because recent blueberry introductions such as the Brightwell blueberry and the Austin blueberry plant orchards have been extremely popular and commercially profitable berries in the Southern States. Raspberry plants like the Heritage red raspberry bushes and the Dorman red raspberry plants have extended raspberry production for the backyard grower towards every growing zone in Washington State. Many of the new Arkansas University thornless blackberry plant cultivars are available for growing for the home orchard grower, and the commercial blackberry orchard grower. Both thorny blackberry vines and thornless Indian named blackberry plant cultivars show much promise for high yields and promise to be a profitable berry crop in Washington.

Order and purchase the many types of Grapevines that will grow in Washington State, especially all the classic bunch grapes like the Blue Concord Grape Vine and the Seedless Red Flame Grapevine. The wine grape vines are very important to the wine industry of the Northwestern States, and the top Muscadine Grapevines and the bronze Seedless Grape Vines are in the experimental growing phase in Washington State.

Most of the best WA fruit trees are adaptable to the many USDA growing zones of WA. Find Apple trees, Peach, Pear and Plum trees that are grown and planted commercially. Other fruit trees such as the cherry tree, nectarine and apricot trees are found growing in many areas. The Chicago Hardy Fig tree and the Tennessee Mountain fig trees are very cold hardy, and other fig trees, like the Black Mission fig, the Japanese Green Ischau fig trees and the Italian White fig tree are very productive on almost any type of soil profile. Discover the high quality tips and reviews on information about growing the top fruit trees in WA at the Ty Ty Nursery website, tytyga.com.

Many nut trees like the almond tree, black walnut tree and the filbert trees grow well in Washington. The Chinese chestnut tree is very cold hardy and the American chestnut tree is a native blight resistant variety that produces very large sweet chestnut kernels. Papershell pecan trees mature their nuts in the fall and the grafted pecan tree produces nuts in great quantities of a high quality.

Enjoy growing lush Washington State shade trees that will reduce your electric power bill. The white oak tree, the Drake elm tree and the red maple trees grow a dense shade and in the fall the leaves provide a dramatic leaf color change. The weeping willow trees, the Tulip poplar trees and the green ash tree are fast growing shade trees, with yellow brilliant leaf color change in the fall. The pine trees and the Magnolia tree, Magnolia grandiflora are fast growing evergreen trees. The Lombardy poplar tree is one of the best fast growing trees that has been shown to grow 10 feet or more in the first transplanting season. The Lombardy poplar tree is frequently the best choice to plant as a fast growing privacy hedge or windbreak.

The best WA flowering trees to grow are the Japanese magnolia pink saucer trees that among the first to bloom in the spring. The white, red or pink dogwood tree, the pink redbud trees and the crabapple tree bloom with beautiful flowers and foliage in the spring. The red, pink or white oleander trees are drought resistant, salt water tolerant and will flower for 9 months out of the year. Other rare oleander tree colors are purple, yellow and the dwarf apricot flowering oleander tree. The Japanese flowering saucer pink Magnolia tree is filled with giant pink blossoms very early in the spring.

WA state birdwatchers, hunters and lovers of animals are constantly promoting permanent food sources that ensure that animals will grow in exceptional healthy situations. The kieffer pear tree is a hard pear that slowly ripens very much like the American persimmon trees, and when ripening starts a pungent aroma creates a scent that attracts birds and animals from everyplace. The Chickasaw plum trees, the native American crabapple tree and the red mulberry trees provide lots of food sources for wildlife animals to visit. The autumn olive tree, elderberry trees and strawberry bush are excellent producers of food for birds and game animals. The sawtooth oak tree grows fast to produce a bearing acorn tree in only 5 years. The Gobbler oak tree, the white oak tree and the turkey oak trees are all important acorn producers that deer and game birds love.

If you live in the State of Washington, you can find that bamboo plants are very important landscape privacy screen that is fast growing into 30 foot tall canes that develop beautiful colors of yellow, bright blue and black and even variegated stems or leaves. When planted in Spokane, Seattle or Olympia, WA bamboo plants will stop erosion and give resistance to wind damage, and filter out annoying automobile sounds and toxic fumes of carbon dioxide are converted into life-giving Oxygen. Bamboo plants are very cold hardy and will survive cold and ice at minus 20 degrees F below zero F temperatures. For fast shipment, call Ty Ty Bamboo Nursery, tytyga.com, and your living bamboo plant privacy fence will be immediately shipped directly to your home or business office at any time during the year.

For garden growers and plant lovers in Washington State, Yucca trees can be grown outside as evergreen trees in most areas. The Joshua Tree, Yucca brevifolia, is also called the Yucca Palm tree, the Yucca gloriosa (Spanish Bayonet), and the Hesperaloe parviflora, Red Yucca tree has leaves that turn red in the wintertime. The Yucca filamentosa 'Color Guard' has brilliant, striped leaves that are variegated white, much like the Agave americana 'Marginata' that is called the Century Plant with vibrant variegated leaf stripes. Without any teeth on leaf edges is the Agave attenuata, called the, 'spineless agave' The alcoholic drink tequila is fermented from the sweet juice of the Agave tequilana.. The first aid medical plant, Aloe vera is imbedded with a curing juice for flesh burns, stings and bites of fire ants, bumblebees and wasps.