Cleveland Tree Plan Appendix A Tree Selection Guide

This Tree Selection Guide provides essential information to help you choose climate-resilient trees suitable for urban and suburban areas in northeast Ohio. This region includes Cuyahoga, Summit, Lorain, Wayne, Lake, Geauga, Portage, Stark, Ashtabula, Trumbull, Mahoning, Columbiana and Ashland counties. It is designed to help you choose from a diverse list of appropriate trees for a variety of situations, with consideration given to trees that are resistant to pests and diseases and tolerate conditions like de-icing salt, air pollution, soil compaction, saturated soils and drought.

2 Replies to “Cleveland Tree Plan Appendix A Tree Selection Guide”

  1. Looking to plant a paper white birch in my front yard. I had to take down an old oak tree last fall, really miss having a tree. Also would be interested in any information on where I can purchase a paper white birch, thanks.

    1. Hi, Diane, thank you for the question. That’s still something we’re working through locally–a guide or resource that can connect local retail buyers with trees, especially native ones. We don’t yet have a resource like that in place. In the meantime I’d suggest calling a local garden center and seeing if you can place a special order through them–some of them work with larger growers to source a wider array of plant material upon request.

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