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Small trees typically have a mature height of less than 30 feet, Medium trees 30 to 50 feet and large trees are anything above 50 feet. The hardiness of these trees varies greatly but most are compatible with conditions in North America and the United Kingdom.

Naturally, planting sites are different and no single species is suited for all sites and locations. Keep in mind soil conditions, microclimates, hardiness zones, and mature tree size when selecting any plant. Maintaining a diversity of species in your planting will help ensure that insects and diseases will not be a serious challenge to your horticultural ambitions.

Although these lists include many desirable trees, they are not all inclusive.

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