Wyoming Trees

Buy Wyoming Fruit Trees (Fig), Berry Plants, Shade Tree, Grapevines, Flowering Trees and Bamboo Plants

Wyoming gardeners can be successful in planting fruit trees, if the fruit tree varieties are carefully selected that are adaptable to the cold temperatures and the short day length of Wyoming winters. Order and purchase the best cold hardy shade trees, fruit trees and berry plants that should be capable of surviving the frigid temperatures and snow that falls in USDA zones 2,3,4, and 5. The short day lengths that progress shorter and faster in the fall will slowly harden off the tree interior tissues and cells and make the plant cold resistant and rapidly increase in cold hardiness as the winter approaches. Shade Trees, Fruit Trees and Berry Bushes should be planted on the South side of a house to avoid sun scalding that can occur during sudden 'warm up' periods during the winter when the sunny side of the tree may temporarily thaw out and then refreeze at night, an event that can lower the cold hardy resistance of the plant.

Discover how to get Flowering trees such as Wisteria Purple trees, white Dogwood tree, and Redbud trees that are all good bloomers in the Wyoming Spring. The Japanese pink, Kwanzan flowering Cherry tree and the white Yoshino flowering cherry will brighten up your spring garden. The Japanese pink flowering, saucer magnolia tree begins blooming before the lush foliage display follows.

The Tennessee Mountain Fig tree and the Chicago Hardy Fig trees have been approved to be recommended to grow in USDA climate zone of 5 in Wyoming.

At Casper, Wyoming, gardeners report success in growing berry plants such as blueberry plant, raspberry plants and blackberry bushes. The blueberry plants ripen in July and August, and the blueberries are reported to be very flavorful. The native, black, raspberry bushes and red raspberry plants along with the Elderberry plant that can produce berries that can be baked into pies or Elderberry jelly. Cold hardy Grapevines such as the Blue Concord Grape Vine, the Red Catawba and the white Niagara Grape Vines, will survive the cold temperatures that Grapevines will survive the extreme temperatures. The top high quality reviews and planting information on WY fruit trees, berry plants and Shade trees are on the Ty Ty Nursery website, tytyga.com.

A few nut trees like the native American black walnut tree and the American filbert trees will mature the delicious nuts in WY. The Chinese chestnut tree and the very cold hardy, disease resistant native American chestnut trees have been recommended to grow, even in zone 3 of WY.

The Lombardy Poplar tree will grow even in zone 3 and is a fast growing tree for use as a privacy screen and a windbreak, and has been documented to grow more that 10 feet tall the first season of transplanting. The Sassafras tree grows as an excellent shade tree with exotic and fragrant yellow flowers in the summer. The Red Maple tree, Weeping Willow tree and the Green Ash trees are allow excellent shade providing trees with optimum growth and beautiful foliage. The Sour Wood tree is in full, spectacular leaf color during the fall.

Wildlife preservation is important to WY hunters, bird watchers and animal lovers who search for an adaptable location to grow a permanent supply of wildlife food to keep the animals exceptionally in good health. The Chinese chestnut trees, Mulberry trees and elderberry bushes will grow well in all climatic zones of the State. In zone 4 and 5 of WY., Kieffer pear trees, crabapple trees and hickory nut trees will supply plenty of food seasonally. In zone 5 of WY, The Catalpa tree that provides worms as fish bait for fishermen, the late ripening American persimmon tree and the Chickasaw plum tree with grow abundant fruit for deer and game birds. The fast growing sawtooth oak tree acorns mature in only 5 years in zone 5. The Gobbler oak tree and the white oak trees will produce acorns in zone 5.

The Manchurian apricot tree is a top choice fruit tree for planting in Northern Wyoming, and the apricot is sugary sweet. Apple trees such as the Lodi Apple are cold hardy, if planted onto an Oregon crabapple rootstock. Other apple tree varieties are satisfactory in WY gardens, but apples will not grow unless two different apple trees are planted for cross pollination. Sour cherries are much more cold hardy than the sweet cherry, and the Montmorency Cherry Tree and the North Star Cherry Tree will both produce delicious cherries in Wyoming.

Plum trees will grow in Casper, WY. Most plum trees are not as cold hardy as other fruit trees. Several varieties of pear trees are good for the unique soil types in Wyoming. The Ure Pear Tree and the Nova Pear are highly recommended fruit trees. Wyoming, Wildlife animals such as deer, squirrels and wildlife game birds flock to woodlands in the fall to feast on wild berries, wild cherries and wildlife seeds of various other shade trees.

Wyoming bamboo plant privacy fences are fast growing and very cold hardy plants that survive during the coldest winters that sometimes reach minus 20 F. degrees below zero when covered with snow and ice. The canes, (stalks, culms, stems) of WY bamboo plants are colorfully decorated in bright yellow, blue or black tones that are attractive when used in covered Mall landscapes that delight the shoppers and increase business sales in cities: Casper, Buffalo and Cheyenne, Wyoming. Bamboo plants are very desirable ornamental decorator specimens for containerizing and growing inside your house or business office when planted near a bright window.

For lovers of gardens and plants in Wyoming, Agave plants, Aloe plants and Yucca trees are low maintenance container plants that are fitted with sharp spikes, spiny thick, fleshy thorns and prickly edges of the leaves. The Century plant, Agave americana 'Marginata' and the very similar Yucca filamentosa, 'Color Guard' both have striking and dramatic variegation of white stripes on the leaves. The Aloe vera leaves contain healing liquids that when applied to cuts, burns and flesh wounds will cure and add relief to the problem.