10 Fast Growing Trees in Colorado (That Will Thrive) (2022)

The state of Colorado boasts a range of different topography and elevation which will dictate how you can design your natural landscape.

Many homeowners want to plant fast-growing trees to enjoy the stately presence they can afford your property.

To maximize the chance that your chosen tree species thrives and grows quickly, it’s imperative that you choose one suited to your property’s temperature range, soil type, and moisture levels.

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10 Fast-Growing Trees To Plant in Colorado

1. Plains Cottonwood (Populus deltoides monolifera)

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The Plains Cottonwood is one of the fastest-growing trees in North America, capable of growing up to 6 ft or more in the space of a year. It can be found close to rivers and in moist riparian areas throughout the state. It’s also one of the only tree species to grow on Colorado’s Great Plains.

The Plains Cottonwood is a tall deciduous tree with broad leaves and a dark gray bark and thrives at altitudes between 3,500 to 6,500 ft. The crown is open and spreading with drooping branches. The Cottonwood gets its name from the millions of cotton-like seeds released by female trees each spring.

Other Common Names: Poplar

Growing Zones: 2-9

Average Size at Maturity: 50-80 ft tall and 30-60 ft wide

Flowering Season: April-May

2. Western Catalpa (Catalpa spp.)

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The Western Catalpa is another fast-growing tree that doesn’t reach the heights of Cottonwoods.

The Catalpa is widely planted throughout the United States and is admired for its heart-shaped leaves which can measure 12” long and 8” wide, twisted branches, pannicles of creamy white blossom, and hanging brown seed pods.

The flowers appear around June and attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees, whilst the dense shade provides shelter for many songbirds and other wildlife. The fast growth rate and dense leaves make the Catalpa a good choice for a shade tree in Colorado.

The Western Catalpa will grow in sandy, moist, dry, clay, or loam soils.

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Other Common Names: Catalpa, Catawba, Cigar Tree

Growing Zones: 4-8

Average Size at Maturity: 40-60 ft tall and 20-40 ft wide

Flowering Season: Late May/June

3. Silver Maple (Acer saccharinum)

The Silver Maple is extremely fast-growing and as such is capable of providing shade sooner than many other trees. The leaves are typical of maples and are green on the upper side and silvery on the underside and give a dizzying light show to any who watches them flutter in the wind.

The Silver Maple grows in a vase shape and produces clusters of red, yellow, and silver flowers in the spring. The seeds are the largest of all maples and are a pair of winged samaras that measure 3” long, and ripen in late spring. Squirrels love to eat the buds in the early spring.

The Silver Maple will grow in a range of different soils but prefer moist, well-drained acidic soil. It’ll tolerate some drought and flooding.

Other Common Names: Soft Maple, River Maple, Silverleaf Maple, Water Maple, White Maple, Swamp Maple

Growing Zones: 3-9

Average Size at Maturity: 50-80 ft tall and 35-50 ft wide

Flowering Season: Early spring

4. Colorado Blue Spruce (Picea pungens)

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The Colorado Blue Spruce, alongside the previous 3 trees listed have been identified by the Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS), as being the fastest-growing trees for Colorado’s Front Range communities. The Colorado Blue Spruce is a coniferous evergreen tree native to the Rocky Mountains.

The Colorado Blue Spruce has a pyramidal shape, blue/green foliage, and high ornamental value. Plant in moist well-draining soil, but it can adapt to clay, sandy, and loamy soils, as well as alkaline or acidic soils. Full sun is best but partial shade can also be tolerated.

The Colorado Blue Spruce is native to high mountain areas, so will tolerate cold and dry weather.

Other Common Names: Colorado Spruce, White Spruce, Colorado Blue Spruce, Green Spruce

Growing Zones: 2-7

Average Size at Maturity: 50-75 ft tall and 10-20 ft wide

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Flowering Season: N/A

5. Western Hackberry (Celtis occidentalis)

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The Western Hackberry is relatively fast-growing, often with a variable habit, although can be seen with an upright oval shape. It’s a Colorado native, that handles urban pollution and drought without a problem, making it an extremely adaptable and hardy species.

Early fall sees the small fruit change to black/dark red, attracting various birds throughout the winter, including Cedar Waxwings. It’s a good tree to plant if you want to provide local wildlife with food and shelter.

Other Common Names: Common Hackberry, Nettle Tree, Sugarberry, Northern Hackberry, Beaverwood, American Hackberry

Growing Zones: 3-9

Average Size at Maturity: 40-60 ft tall and 40-60 ft wide

Flowering Season: April-May

6. American Sycamore (Platanus occidentalis)

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The American Sycamore is virtually indistinguishable from the more well-known London Plane (Platanus x acerifolia.)

It’s a fast-growing tree with a wide-spreading crown. The leaves of the American Sycamore resemble those of Maple trees whilst the thick bark is patchy with shades of olive green and cream white.

In the fall, the American Sycamore produces round, fuzzy seeds 1” across. It’s a hardy and resistant tree, suited to moist sandy loams or silty clay soils, and will grow happily around much of the Denver area.

Other Common Names: Buttonwood, Buttonball Tree, Eastern Sycamore, Plane Tree

Growing Zones: 4-9

Average Size at Maturity: 75-100 ft tall and 50-70 ft wide

Flowering Season: March-April

7. American Hophornbeam (Ostrya virginiana)

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The American Hophornbeam has a pyramidal form that eventually reaches a rounded shape with age. The common name comes from the fruit which resembles hops, in small clusters of inflated pods that contain a hard nutlet, as well as the hardness of the wood.

The American Hophornbeam is also related to the Birch family, and also has the associated attractive gray-brown bark.

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The bark exfoliates at the end of vertical stripes. It generally has a rounded to oval crown with drooping branches. It grows well in almost any soil but does especially well in any kind of loam.

Other Common Names: Eastern Hophornbeam, Ironwood, Leverwood, Wooly Hop Hornbeam

Growing Zones: 3-9

Average Size at Maturity: 25-40 ft tall and 25-30 ft wide

Flowering Season: April-May

8. Japanese Pagodatree (Styphnolobium japonicum)

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The Japanese Pagoda tree has a rounded shape and is often as wide as it is tall. It’s tolerant of tough urban conditions such as heat, drought, and pollution and does well in the Denver area.

It casts a delicate, dappled shade thanks to its small leaflets, which allow grass or other shrubs of flowers to grow beneath.

August sees clusters of creamy yellow to pale white, pea-like flowers cover the crown. Pods of decorative, hanging seeds that resemble draped beads follow the flowers. Plant in full sun to partial shade in loamy well-drained soils.

Other Common Names: Honey Tree, Chinese Scholar Pagoda Tree

Growing Zones: 4-8

Average Size at Maturity: 35-50 ft tall and 35-50 ft wide

Flowering Season: August

9. Southwestern White Pine (Pinus strobiformis)

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The Southwestern Pine is one of several pine trees that can be found growing in the southern portion of Colorado. It resembles the Limber Pine, but with lighter branches and shorter cones. It’s reportedly capable of growing up to 12” a year.

Young trees tend to be dense, pyramidal, and symmetrical in shape and form. Its mature form is more open and irregular.

The Southwestern Pine’s needles form in groups of 5 and are greenish-blue in color, 2-4” long with finely toothed tips. The branches are often long and horizontal. It provides winter protection and food for several species of small mammals and birds.

Other Common Names: Mexican White Pine, Chihuahua White Pine

Growing Zones: 5-9

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Average Size at Maturity: 50-80 ft tall and 25-35 ft wide

Flowering Season: June

10. Hardy Rubber Tree (Eucommia ulmoides)

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The Hardy Rubber Tree is a broadleaf deciduous tree with a rounded to broad spreading crown at maturity. The leaves are alternate and simple, and about half as wide as long. They are glossy dark green and appear slightly wrinkled when mature. When torn, the leaf emits a rubbery latex.

The Hardy Rubber Tree is dioecious, with separate male and female trees. The flowers as small, brownish/green, and inconspicuous. The fruit that follows resembles a large elm fruit. They have been recently introduced to parts of CO, and seem to be thriving in the Denver area.

It’ll grow in a variety of soil types, transplants well, and is drought tolerant.

Other Common Names: Gutta-Percha

Growing Zones: 4b-7a

Average Size at Maturity: 40-60 ft tall and 30-50 ft wide

Flowering Season: Spring

Green Cover

Many homeowners want fast-growing tree species so their yard can achieve a mature and finished look and provide the many other benefits that trees can offer.

No matter which planting zone in Colorado you’re situated in, and at what elevation your property is located, there are a wealth of different fast-growing tree species you can choose from to add beauty, function, and ecological benefit to your yard.

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Thomas Pitto

Thomas worked for a number of years as the head of plant propagation for a horticultural contractor taking care of many different species of ornamental trees & shrubs. He learned how to propagate certain endangered endemic species and has a love of permaculture, sustainability and conscious living. When Thomas isn’t hiking in nature he can be found playing music, reading a book, or eating fruit under a tree.

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FAQs

What is the fastest growing tree for Colorado? ›

– Homeowners considering planting a tree this fall, take heed: According to a report just released by the Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS), the fastest-growing planted trees for Colorado's Front Range communities appear to be cottonwood, catalpa, silver maple, blue spruce and white oak varietals.

What is the fastest growing tree that you can buy? ›

Fastest-Growing Trees
  1. 1 Thuja Green Giant. 1857 reviews. ...
  2. 2 Leyland Cypress Tree. 452 reviews. ...
  3. 3 Baby Giant Arborvitae Tree. 60 reviews. ...
  4. 4 Red Sunset® Maple Tree. 146 reviews. ...
  5. 5 Superior Hybrid Poplar Tree. 248 reviews. ...
  6. 6 Full Speed A Hedge® American Pillar Arborvitae. ...
  7. 7 Autumn Blaze® Red Maple Tree. ...
  8. 8 American Red Maple Tree.

What small trees grow the fastest? ›

The saucer magnolia, sweetbay magnolia, flowering dogwood, American redbud, emerald green arborvitae, paper birch, river birch, red maple, sargent cherry, and hakuro nishiki are the fastest growing shade trees for small yards.

What is the best tree to plant in Colorado? ›

  • Silver maple (Acer saccharinum)
  • Russian-olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia)
  • Tree-of-Heaven (Ailanthus altissima)
  • Tamarisk (Tamarix spp.)
  • Willows (Salix spp.)
  • White-Barked Birches (Betula spp.)
  • Non-native hybrid poplars/cottonwoods(Populus spp.)
  • Siberian elm (Ulmus pumila)

What is the fastest growing evergreen tree in Colorado? ›

Norway spruce: this is the fastest-growing spruce, at about 3' each year. At full maturity, it can reach up to 40-60', and spread 25-30' so it's great for large yards.

What is the most popular tree in Colorado? ›

Quaking Aspen: Famous in Colorado, the quaking aspen get its name from its small, circular leaves that flutter back and forth in the wind, giving the impression that the tree itself is quaking. These coniferous trees have green-white bark, catkins, and typically reach heights somewhere between 30 and 50 feet.

What is the cheapest fastest growing tree? ›

Paper Birch

This extremely popular fast growing tree has been known to grow at 1.5 to 2 feet per year.

What is the most profitable tree to grow for lumber? ›

Some of the Most Profitable Hardwood Trees for Timber
  • Red Oak Trees & Other Oaks.
  • Black Cherry.
  • Hickory.
  • Maple.
  • Red Alder.
  • Sycamore.
  • Willow.
  • Birch.
5 Mar 2020

What is a fast growing tree for privacy? ›

What are the fastest-growing trees for privacy? Hybrid poplar tops the list. It can grow upwards of five feet per year. The Leyland cypress, green giant arborvitae, and silver maple are all close seconds because they add about two feet to their height each year.

What trees can I plant close to my house? ›

These include willow trees, poplars, cottonwoods, aspens, silver maples, Norway maples, and American elm trees, among others. Smaller trees with shallow roots, however, pose little risk to your home. Japanese maple trees, for instance, are safe to plant relatively close to your house.

What tree has the least invasive roots? ›

The best trees with non-invasive roots include Adams crabapple, Amur maple, pawpaw fruit tree, American hornbeam, bronze loquat, English holly, Fraser photinia, and the dwarf plum. Some of these trees are small in size and suitable for small yards while others are evergreen shade trees.

What grows really well in Colorado? ›

Top 10 Perennials to Grow in Colorado
  • Salvia 'May Night':
  • Monardella marantha 'Marian Sampson':
  • Lavender 'Phenomenal':
  • Poppy 'Spring Fever Mix':
  • Viola 'Corsican Violet':
  • Sedum 'Tapestry Carpet':
  • Perovskia 'Russian Sage':
  • Lupine 'Gallery Mix':
3 Apr 2016

What is a popular tree in Colorado? ›

Colorado's major tree species include bristlecone pine, Colorado blue spruce, Douglas-fir, Engelmann spruce, limber pine, lodgepole pine, narrowleaf cottonwood, quaking aspen, piñon pine, plains cottonwood, ponderosa pine, Rocky Mountain juniper, subalpine fir and white fir.

What is the most drought tolerant tree? ›

Here are the 10 top drought-tolerant trees:
  • Golden rain tree (Koelreuteria paniculata)
  • Eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis)
  • Mulga (Acacia aneura)
  • Kentucky coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus)
  • Common hackberry (Celtis occidentalis)
  • Northern catalpa (Catalpa speciosa)
  • Ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa)
16 Jun 2022

What is the fastest growing evergreen tree for privacy? ›

Thuja x 'Green Giant'

Green Giant might be the best evergreen for privacy. It has an extremely fast growth rate, putting on 3-4' per year. It grows well in the humid southeast, which is unusual for Arborvitae.

What evergreens grow well in Colorado? ›

The greatest numbers are spruces, firs, pines and junipers. In general these conifers with their narrow needles or scales are adapted to our cold temperatures, strong winds and sunny winter days. But there are other woody evergreens to be seen in Colorado neighborhoods: the broad-leaf evergreens.

What is the prettiest evergreen tree? ›

Magnolia grandiflora is the most beautiful evergreen tree.

What is the most beautiful tree? ›

In Japan's Ashikaga Flower Park, this old wisteria has been hailed as the most beautiful tree in the world. With long, sweeping branches and dangling, purple flowers, the tree has a magical, ethereal feel.

What is the most popular type of tree sold? ›

Fraser Fir Christmas Tree

Known for its ideal full shape, the Fraser fir is considered one of the most popular and best-selling Christmas trees in the US.

What type of trees stay green all year? ›

Evergreens do not lose their leaves and remain green year-round. These include conifers such as pine, spruce, and cedar trees.

What kind of wood grows trees the fastest? ›

Teak wood or bark can also enhance the process of digestion. It is one of the easy to maintain and quick growing trees.

What trees do Loggers want? ›

Some of the most recognized hardwoods include maple, oak, ash, beech, sycamore, alder and cherry. Another important factor in product value is tree size. Trees that are taller and larger in diameter will bring higher sale prices because they have more usable volume.

What trees are worth a lot of money? ›

A prime hardwood log of any sort will always be worth something if you can find the right buyer. Two species that are commonly harvested for commercial use in the Pacific Northwest are Red alder and Bigleaf maple. One legendary tree known to sometimes fetch hundreds to thousands of dollars per log is the Black walnut.

What size trees do Loggers want? ›

In most cases, properties 20 acres and larger are an ideal size for logging timber (again, depending also on the quantity, size, and types of the trees on the property). This is, of course, just a ballpark number.

What can I plant for immediate privacy? ›

Plants for Privacy
  • Clematis. Vines make great screens. ...
  • Climbing Roses. Train climbing roses over fences, walls, pergolas and gazebos. ...
  • Cherry Laurel. Cherry laurel is an evergreen shrub or small tree native to the southeastern United States. ...
  • Ivy. ...
  • Boxwood. ...
  • Privet. ...
  • Japanese Holly. ...
  • Buckthorn.

What is the coolest looking tree? ›

The 10 Coolest Trees In The World
  • Baobab trees. These magical trees are found naturally in dry climates, including Madagascar, Africa, and Australia. ...
  • El Arbol de la Sabina. ...
  • Chapel Tree. ...
  • Socotra Island trees (Dragonblood trees) ...
  • Japanese purple Wisteria. ...
  • Rainbow Eucalyptus. ...
  • Boojum Tree. ...
  • Slope Point Trees.

What tree has no big roots? ›

Which Tree Types Have Non-Invasive Roots?
  • Japanese Maple.
  • Crape Myrtle.
  • Eastern Redbud.
  • Cornus Mas.
  • Serviceberry.
  • Kousa Dogwood.
  • Japanese Tree Lilac.
  • Dwarf Korean Lilac.
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What is the best size tree to plant? ›

If you're a DIY-er who is buying and planting a new tree on your own, a tree in a 15 gallon or #15 nursery container is the size that we recommend. This size of the tree is easiest for a single person to plant because: It's easy to carry and can fit in the back of a small truck.

What tree has the deepest strongest roots? ›

Shepherd's tree (Boscia albitrunca), native to the Kalahari Desert, has the deepest documented roots: more than 70 meters, or 230 feet, deep. Their depth was discovered accidentally by drillers of groundwater wells.

What is the most unknown tree? ›

One of the most mysterious trees in world is located in the desert outskirts of Bahrain and is simply known as 'The Tree of Life'. The Prosopis Cinernaria has extremely deep root systems, which allow it to survive, but its remote location makes it something of a mystery as to how it actually gathers water.

What trees have no tap roots? ›

Contrary to popular belief, most trees do not have taproots. When the water table is close to the surface or when soil is compacted, most trees develop fibrous roots. Hickory, conifer, oak, pine, pecan and walnut trees do have taproots, but most fruit and shade trees do not.

What is the fastest growing area in Colorado? ›

Population in the county climbed almost 33% in the decade between the 2010 census and the 2020 census, rising to about 74,000 people. And while census data regarding age isn't finalized, the state demographer's office says Broomfield County has the fastest growing under-18 population of all counties in the metro area.

Where is the most fertile soil in Colorado? ›

Mollisols constitute the most fertile soils on the Colorado Plateau, formed where organic matter accumulates beneath prairie grasses and in poorly drained forests (Figure 7.14). These soils are rich in humus, which stores mineral nutrients and contributes to the soil's high moisture and nutrient content.

How long does it take for a tree to grow in Colorado? ›

The Colorado blue spruce grows at a slow to medium rate, according to the Arbor Day Foundation, although it picks up a bit as it gets older. This blue spruce grows from 12 to 24 inches a year. So it will require 30 to 60 years for a Colorado blue spruce to grow from seed to 60 feet tall.

What is America's favorite tree? ›

I'm happy to report that the people have selected the oak as their choice for America's National Tree in the nationwide vote hosted by The Arbor Day Foundation on this web site. From the first day of voting, oak was the popular choice of the American people.

What grows naturally in Colorado? ›

On the list of greens to forage were: orache, curly dock, salsify, dandelion, tansy mustard, musk mustard and prickly lettuce. We found all of these plants right in and around the Silt Historical Park. You can learn lots more about many of these Colorado plants on Erica's blog.

What trees dont need much water? ›

Top 10 Drought Tolerant Trees for California
  • Golden Rain Tree.
  • Common Hackberry.
  • Northern Catalpa.
  • Bur Oak.
  • Kentucky Coffee Tree.
  • Maidenhair Tree.
  • Mulga Tree.
  • Eastern Red Cedar.
9 Jul 2022

What tree takes the least amount of water? ›

Evergreen trees—like cedars, oaks, and pines—are typically deep-rooted and can tolerate little to no water. Cypress trees are also part of the evergreen family, and these are often used as windbreakers to block noise and wind from damaging houses and yards.

What's the most resilient tree? ›

Record-breaking trees around the world
  • Species: Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum)
  • World's most resilient tree.
  • The Tree of Life.
  • Where: Jebel Dukhan, Bahrain.
  • Species: Mesquite tree.
  • World's most colourful tree.
  • Species: Rainbow eucalyptus (Eucalyptus deglupta)
25 Aug 2014

How long does it take for a tree to grow in Colorado? ›

The Colorado blue spruce grows at a slow to medium rate, according to the Arbor Day Foundation, although it picks up a bit as it gets older. This blue spruce grows from 12 to 24 inches a year. So it will require 30 to 60 years for a Colorado blue spruce to grow from seed to 60 feet tall.

How fast do aspen trees grow in Colorado? ›

Aspen trees are prized for their quick growth, growing nearly two feet per year until they reach mature size.

What grows faster birch or aspen? ›

The aspen tree is faster growing than a birch, but both species are used as shade or accent trees, and sometimes windbreaks in colder climate regions.

How fast do pine trees grow in Colorado? ›

Growth Rate

In the wild, bristlecone pines are thought to grow slowly because of cold weather, high winds, dry soils, and short growing seasons. How slowly? Well, depending on the weather, they can grow only 1/100th of an inch a year!

What evergreen tree grows the fastest? ›

What are the Fastest Growing Evergreen Trees for Privacy? Thuja Green Giant is the number one choice in Fast-Growing privacy trees. At a rapid growth rate of 3 to 5 feet per year, that is no surprise.

What is the fastest growing pine tree? ›

Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus)

This pine is one of the fastest-growing pines, according the University of Tennessee Extension Service. This hardy tree thrives on moist soil that is rich in organic matter and does best in full sunlight.

How fast does a Colorado blue spruce tree grow? ›

This tree grows at a slow to medium rate, with height increases of anywhere from less than 12" to 24" per year.

Should I plant a quaking aspen in my yard? ›

Quaking aspen trees have showy autumn foliage and attractive bark for winter landscapes. A single tree can spawn an entire grove with its weedy suckers, making it a potential maintenance nightmare if it's planted in a small yard or too close to neighboring properties.

Why are aspen trees dying in Colorado? ›

Aspen trees are declining in Colorado and other areas of North America for a variety of reasons such as beetles and disease. There has been a noticeably rapid dieback of aspen in Colorado as of 2007, which has been termed “sudden aspen decline” (SAD).

Do aspen trees need a lot of water? ›

Water quaking aspens to a 2-foot depth every two to four weeks to keep them hydrated and healthy. In areas with hot summers, increase the frequency of watering to every other week to keep the roots cool and moist.

What kind of wood grows trees the fastest? ›

Teak wood or bark can also enhance the process of digestion. It is one of the easy to maintain and quick growing trees.

Which is stronger Poplar or aspen? ›

As you can see Aspen wood has less compressive strength and bending strength than Poplar wood. Therefore, Poplar is stronger than Aspen wood.

What can I plant instead of aspen trees? ›

If you are convinced to pass on the aspen for your yard, here are some good alternatives that are similar in size and application for the home landscape: Acer ginnala – Amur Maple- Orange to red fall color, broad crowned tree.

What kind of pine trees can live for more than 5000 years? ›

The Great Basin Bristlecone Pine (Pinus longaeva) has been deemed the oldest tree in existence, reaching an age of over 5,000 years old. The bristlecone pine's success in living a long life can be attributed to the harsh conditions it lives in.

How fast do ponderosa pines grow in Colorado? ›

The Ponderosa pine is a fast-growing tree as it can add more than 12 inches per year. At full maturity, this pine will reach a height between 30 to 125 feet.

Do oak trees grow well in Colorado? ›

One of the most successful oaks for Colorado is the Bur Oak. It is adaptable to our clay soils and tolerates our alkaline conditions better than most oaks. In harsh, droughty areas this tree can be a low shrub, but on rich, river-bottom land can get 170' high and 6'-7' in diameter; but most often grows 50'-70' high.

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