Tree Location

The location of the tree

The better the tree fits the location, the better it will grow and prosper.

Factors of the location ground

In addition to the climatic factors, the soil is the most important factor for a tree site.
Belong to the ground
- Nutrient content
- Soil quality (clay, sandy garden soils, etc.)
- PH value
- Moisture (water permeability / water retention capacity)
- Soil-air ratio.

Climatic conditions

- Sunlight
- Temperature
- Wind
- Rain

Other factors

- external influences such as salt salts
- pollution by emissions (traffic / industry)
- Animals (biting / urine)
to name just a few.

Here you can filter the trees to the corresponding continents and list them according to their location.

here you can choose the region
lighting conditions
bumald bladdernut (Staphylea bumalda) tree crown with blossoms
name botanical: Staphylea bumalda
height: up to 2.5 m (7.5 ft)
soil: slightly sandy to loamy soils
location: sun to half-shade
american bladdernut (Staphylea trifolia) crown
name botanical: Staphylea trifolia
height: small tree / shrub
soil: normal soils
location: Sun to half-shade
pagoda tree (Styphnolobium japonicum) tree
name botanical: Styphnolobium japonicum
height: up to 20 m (66 ft)
soil: sandy to loamy
location: Sun to slight shade
american snowbell (Styrax americanus) crown in Winter
name botanical: Styrax americanus
height: small tree up to 10 m (33 ft)
soil: permeable soils, garden soils
location: Sun to half-shade
large leaved american lime(Tilia americacna 'Nova') tree in summer
name botanical: Tilia americacna 'Nova'
height: up to 25 m (82 ft)
soil: permeable sandy soils
location: sun
american Lime (Tilia americana) crown
name botanical: Tilia americana
height: 30 - 40 m (99 - 132 ft)
soil: sandy to loamy to strong loamy
location: Sun to half-shade
small leaved lime (Tilia cordata) tree in winter
name botanical: Tilia cordata
height: 10 - 30 m (33 - 99 ft)
soil: sandy - loamy to loamy
location: Sun to half-shade
mongolian lime (Tilia mongolica) tree crown in summer
name botanical: Tilia mongolica
height: up to 12 m (39 ft)
soil: nutrient-rich well-drained soils
location: sun