Cold-Hardy Trees

In many colder areas of the country, common landscape trees just won’t do: Harsh conditions, cold winters, and difficult weather call for special cold-hardy trees—trees that will grow and thrive even in extreme conditions. Holley Tree Farm in Idaho Falls specializes in cold-hardy trees. Locations from Sun Valley, Idaho to Park City, Utah, from Jackson, Wyoming to Denver, Colorado benefit from trees with cold-hardy characteristics.

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Many Landscape Tree Options

One of the most common hardy trees is the spruce, but there are a number of other excellent choices. For example, the Amur Maple has leaves that turn brilliant red or orange in autumn.

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Looking for Hardy Trees?

After trying countless tree varieties, are you looking for trees that will thrive in difficult, cold conditions? Check out Holley Tree Farm’s selection of cold hardy trees and stop worrying whether your trees will survive the winter.

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