Preferred Trees in Kansas?

Answer Kansas lies smack in the middle of United States Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 and 6, making it an ideal place for growing thousands of varieties of deciduous and evergreen tree... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Preferred Trees in Kansas

How to Identify the Trees of Kansas?

Kansas is a diverse state, with different growing conditions depending on where you live. Trees vary in the High Plains, along the Arkansas River, in the hills of the Smokey Mountains and in the Oz... Read More »

Can yew trees be found in Kansas?

Four species of trees from the yew family occur in North America, but none of these trees grow in the state of Kansas. The Pacific yew, the Florida yew, the Florida torreya and the California torre... Read More »

Juniper Trees in Kansas?

There are more than 170 varieties of juniper. Their evergreen foliage and berries provides winter shelter and food for a multitude of birds and small animals. In Kansas, they grow as formal and inf... Read More »

Are there hemlock trees in kansas?

Hemlock trees are found in Kansas, according to the Kansas Forest Service. The eastern hemlock is found in Leavenworth County and Johnson County, while the western hemlock is found in Wyandotte Cou... Read More »