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Want to help keep native trees growing in your state? Find the best selection of indigenous species for the State of New Hampshire here at Nature Hills Nursery!

Ranging from USDA growing zones 3 to 6, the Granite State is home to a wide range of songbirds like the state bird the Purple Finch. New Hampshire has plenty of diversity to offer from its humid continental climate to the south, to the subarctic in the north, with warm, humid summers, and long, very cold, and snowy winters. You need trees that can handle it all!

Choosing native trees for your State means you will know your tree will thrive where it is well suited to climate and soil because they originated there! They need less water once established. Native selections establish faster and tolerate local growing zones, climate, weather, and anything else your State can throw at them.

Plus you’ll feed pollinators, songbirds, and wildlife by providing them with a tree they recognize!

Best New Hampshire Native Trees

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New England's reputation for a rugged climate, weather, lots of snow, and Nor'easters, New Hampshire's weather is relatively mild with plenty of year-round precipitation and seldom sees drought. The White Mountains of New Hampshire are covered by the conifers and northern hardwoods of the New England-Acadian forests.

First, find your Hardiness Zone, and then choose any tree that has a range that includes yours! Check with your local County Extension Office for more information if needed and for the many microclimates within these zones.

Best Native Evergreen Trees For New Hampshire

These New Hampshire native Evergreen Trees keep their leaves year-round for privacy, slow wind, to stop drifting snow, and to add color through the snowy winters.

  • American Arborvitae (Thuja)
  • American Larch Tree (deciduous conifer)
  • Balsam Fir
  • Black Spruce
  • Eastern Hemlock Tree
  • Eastern Red Cedar (Redcedar)
  • Eastern White Pine
  • Possomhaw Holly
  • Red Pine Tree
  • White Spruce Tree

Native Flowering Trees to Grow in New Hampshire

Feed pollinators and hummingbirds nectar and pollen they evolved alongside in your State! Many of these trees are host plants for native pollinator larvae too!

  • Cucumber Tree Magnolia
  • Dogwood Trees - Pagoda, White, Pink, Red & Gray, Silky & Swamp
  • Eastern Redbud Tree
  • Linden/American Basswood
  • Pussy Willow Tree

What Are Native Shade Trees in New Hampshire?

There are many fantastic native trees in New England forests and New Hampshire has claimed the White Paper Birch tree as its state tree! While endangered, Birch are fantastic shade trees that shrug off the cold winters.

Other shade trees that handle snow load, give your backyard relief from the sun, and fall color can also be found in this long, slender state!

  • American Beech Tree
  • American Chestnut
  • American Elm Tree
  • American Hornbeam Tree
  • American Hop Hornbeam
  • American Sycamore
  • Birch Trees - River, Paper Bark, & Sweet
  • Black Gum (Blackgum) Tree
  • Black Locust Tree
  • Black Willow
  • Box Elder Tree (Boxelder)
  • Cottonwood/Eastern Cottonwood Tree
  • Hackberry Trees
  • Linden/American Basswood
  • Maple Trees - Black, Red, Silver & Sugar
  • Mountain Ash Tree
  • Northern Catalpa Tree
  • Oak Trees - Black, Bur, Chestnut Oak, Chinquapin, Northern Red, Scarlet, White & Swamp White
  • Ohio Buckeye
  • Quaking Aspen
  • Sassafras Tree
  • Witch Hazel (American Witchhazel)

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Native Fruit & Nut Trees in New Hampshire

We love edible landscaping trees that look great and feed you! Feed the diverse amounts of wildlife and songbirds found throughout New Hampshire as well!

  • Linden/American Basswood
  • American Horsechestnut Tree (Horse Chestnut)
  • American Plum/Wild Plum Tree
  • Black Cherry Tree
  • Black Walnut Tree
  • Hazelnut/Native American Filbert
  • Bitternut, Butternut, Pignut, Red & Shagbark Hickory Trees
  • Paw Paw (Pawpaw) Trees
  • Allegheny, Downy & Shadblow Serviceberry

Much Needed Natives!

Whether you are adding shade or flowers, privacy, or a long-lasting legacy to your landscape, Nature Hills is here to help you find the perfect tree for your New Hampshire landscape!


Help keep your State's biodiversity intact by planting trees native to your area! Nature Hills is committed to helping you preserve every State’s unique beauty with plants and trees that are sure to do well in your garden without impacting your native flora and fauna!

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