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Oklahoma Tree Guide

Choosing the Perfect Tree

Container and Ball & Burlap Trees

Small or large, container or bag & burlap, TLC Garden Centers offer an extensive collection of trees perfect for Oklahoma.  Choose from a variety of trees to add a flowering burst of color in the spring or a beautiful fall foliage.  If your looking for a cedar or a sturdy oak or elm and more TLC Garden Centers give you a choice.  Need help deciding which tree is right for you?  Check out the TLC Information sheets below or visit an OKC location and let a TLC Plant Professional help with your specific growing conditions.

Allee Lacebark Elm Tree

Allee Lacebark Elm Tree

A graceful tree that forms a rounded canopy with arching branches. read more

Autumn Blaze Maple Tree

Autumn Blaze Maple Tree

As the trade name suggests, the foliage turns into an autumn blaze of orange-red to scarlet-red fall color. read more

Bald Cypress Tree

Bald Cypress Tree

Bald cypress is a long-lived, pyramidal conifer. read more

Blue Atlas Cedar Tree

Blue Atlas Cedar Tree

This highly coveted tree is truly one-of-a-kind. read more

Blue Ice Arizona Cypress Tree

Blue Ice Arizona Cypress Tree

This native evergreen makes a dramatic focal point in any sunny location. read more

Caddo Sugar Maple Tree

Caddo Sugar Maple Tree

The Caddo maple is one of the easiest maples to grow. read more

Canada Red Chokecherry Tree

Canada Red Chokecherry Tree

This tough, hardy and colorful ornamental chokecherry is the perfect choice for tough spots to grow in. read more

Canaerti Juniper Tree

Canaerti Juniper Tree

An excellent choice as Canaertii’ is a female variety that produces round, blue, berry-like cones... read more

Cedar Elm Tree

Cedar Elm Tree

This tree is selected not only for its adaptability, but for its regal beauty as well. read more

Chinese Pistache Tree

Chinese Pistache Tree

Pistacia chinensis, or Chinese Pistache, is fast growing to be a favorite in Oklahoma. read more

Cleveland Pear Tree

Cleveland Pear Tree

The Cleveland Select is gaining popularity ever year. read more

Debonair Pond Cypress Tree

Debonair Pond Cypress Tree

Here is a relatively new variety of Pond cypress that is a study in contrast. read more

Deodar Cedar Tree

Deodar Cedar Tree

Its impressive stature only helps match its name which derives from the Sankrit word ‘devdar’, meaning ‘timber of the gods’. read more

Dura Heat River Birch Tree

Dura Heat River Birch Tree

...[River Birch] is a vigorous, fast-growing, medium-sized, Missouri native deciduous tree... read more

Exclamation Planetree Tree

Exclamation Planetree Tree

This tree is truly something special to behold... a gorgeous display in any home. read more

Frio River Bald Cypress Tree

Frio River Bald Cypress Tree

Bald Cypress trees are common sights in the landscape and frequently sought after. read more

Gold Cone Deodar Cedar Tree

Gold Cone Deodar Cedar Tree

Though smaller in stature, the Gold Cone keeps true to deodar style... read more

Golden Deodar Cedar Tree

Golden Deodar Cedar Tree

It is among the most elegent of the evergreen conifers... read more

Golden Raintree Tree

Golden Raintree Tree

Falling blossoms may or may not resemble “golden rain”... read more

Karl Fuchs Deodar Cedar Tree

Karl Fuchs Deodar Cedar Tree

Its name derives from the man who returned with and cultivated it from Afghanistan in the 1970’s. read more

Nellie R. Stevens Holly Tree

Nellie R. Stevens Holly Tree

These hollies are among the most popular for their rapid growth rate... read more

October Glory Maple Tree

October Glory Maple Tree

Orange to red fall color for this cultivar is brilliant in most years. read more

Oklahoma Redbud Tree

Oklahoma Redbud Tree

It is particularly noted for its stunning pea-like rose-purple flowers which bloom profusely on bare branches in early spring... read more

Princeton Elm Tree

Princeton Elm Tree

These true American elms are nothing, but grace and beauty with their upright vase-shaped growth habit. read more

Sanders Blue Deodar Cedar Tree

Sanders Blue Deodar Cedar Tree

The bluest of the deodars, Sanders Blue is a true contrast to its cousins. read more

Sawtooth Oak Tree

Sawtooth Oak Tree

This oak is a an attractive and sturdy shade tree. read more

Shawnee Brave Bald Cypress Tree

Shawnee Brave Bald Cypress Tree

Although it looks like a needled evergreen, it is in fact deciduous (tree)... read more

Shumard Oak Tree

Shumard Oak Tree

This oak is long lived and respected in the horticulture community. read more

Slender Silhouette Sweetgum Tree

Slender Silhouette Sweetgum Tree

Sweetgums have long been an American favorite. read more

Spartan Juniper Tree

Spartan Juniper Tree

Spartan Junipers are widely revered for their narrow growth habit and tall stature... read more

Summer Red Maple Tree

Summer Red Maple Tree

A vigorous grower, the Summer Red shines with regal stature in the landscape. read more

Swamp White Oak Tree

Swamp White Oak Tree

The Swamp White Oak is a regal variety. Its vast, grand and stately presence give and aire of elegance to the landscape. read more

Taylor Juniper Tree

Taylor Juniper Tree

This handsome selection maintains a more dense, upright form than other similar plants. read more

Vitex (Chaste Tree)

Vitex (Chaste Tree)

Vitex is a grand beauty throughout the Oklahoma landscape. read more

Weeping Lebanon Cedar Tree

Weeping Lebanon Cedar Tree

Lebanon Cedar (Cedrus libani) is native to the eastern Mediterranean region, including Turkey, Lebanon, and Syria. read more

Weeping Willow Tree

Weeping Willow Tree

Often called ‘The Graceful Giant’... read more

Wildfire Blackgum Tree

Wildfire Blackgum Tree

The Wildfire Blackgum bursts to life each spring with bright red foliage... read more

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