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The world needs more trees.  

IThat's why Hoppe Tree Service plants trees & shrubs.  It’s important to put the right tree in the right location. That’s where Hoppe Tree Service can help.  We are experts in trees and can help and guide you into the best trees for your location and site. 

Why work with Hoppe Tree Service for planting for your yard?

  • Expert advice for trees and shrubs that are proven, hardy and not prone to insect and disease issues. 

  • Large selection of species and sizes from premium local wholesalers.

  • Proper planting by arborists that know and understand how trees grow.

  • Delivery and installation with a one-year warranty on all plantings. 

  • Proper after-planting care instructions, information and follow up throughout your tree’s lifetime. 

Pricing ranges depending upon size of plants, species, and site characteristics unique to your yard. On average a mature size tree (10'-14' tall) might cost around $600 to deliver and plant.  Evergreens often cost more than deciduous trees, and shrubs are usually less expensive than trees.  We do offer volume discounts, so the more trees you order the lower the plant cost!

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Share your ideas & needs in our Plant Inquiry Form. A Hoppe certified arborist will get in touch with you.

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Buy 2 Get The 3rd Free!

Be the envy of your neighborhood with our planting promotion! When you buy 2 trees or shrubs you'll get the 3rd on us.

Promotion must be mentioned at the time of scheduling an estimate.

Not to be combined with any other discount or offer. Not to be added to any current planting orders. The free tree or shrub will be the lowest priced item

Selecting Your Trees:

Check out our slideshow lists of plants below, or use The Morton Arboretum tree & plant selector tool to help you find a great tree. (Just remember, not all species may be available locally.)  

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Large shade trees we recommend

Smaller ornamental trees we recommend

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Japanese maple, serviceberry, musclewood, redbud, american beech, magnolia, ironwood, basswood, sugar maple, pagoda dogwood.
wet soil tolerant: freeman maple, river birch, Kentucky coffeetree, London planetree, swamp white oak, serviceberry, hybrid elm
showy trees: northern catalpa, tuliptree, pagoda dogwood, magnolia, crabtree, Japanese lilac tree, sugar maple, pagoda dogwood
Deer resistant: apple serviceberry, river/paper birch, musclewood, northern catalpa, beech, gingko, honey locust, swamp white oak, bur oak, Japanese lilac
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