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Utah towns and cities are fairly harsh places to grow trees, leading people to think that only a few tough species can be grown here. This attitude seems to lead to the over-planting of a fairly narrow selection of low- to medium-quality trees – a handful of maples, too many cottonwoods and willows, Siberian elm, etc. Yet there are many tree species that have proven themselves in Utah’s urban environments, but that are little known.



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