If you are searching for “Tree Nursery“, “Tree Nursery Near Me” or “Trees For Sale” in Mesa, Gilbert or Queen Creek, A&P Nursery can help! From desert trees like the Palo Brea and the Acacia Willardiana, to evergreen trees like the ficus nitida trees to the fruitless olive trees, our tree nurseries have the trees you need to complete your landscape project. And, since our trees are grown right here in Mesa (East Phoenix Valley), there is no doubt that they’re ready to grow and survive in our warm Arizona weather!
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Trees For Sale In Mesa, Gilbert, and Queen Creek Arizona
Browse our collection of landcaping trees for sale at our nurseries throughout the East Phoenix Valley below, or feel free to drop by one of our tree nurseries to see what we have to offer.
The Acacia Aneura is also commonly known as mulga or true mulga. It is suited for full sun, reaches a mature height of 14’-18’, and blooms with yellow flowers.
This thorn-less tree is suited for full sun exposure and matures at a height from 10’-20’. Its green leaves are broken up with white or cream flowers when in bloom.
Also known as the Mondell Pine and Afghan Pine, this tree is very hardy and resistant to heat, drought, and wind. It matures at anywhere from 30’-80’ depending on conditions.
This dense shade tree is native to South Africa and does well in dry conditions. It will look its best with regular, deep watering. It matures at a height of about 25’.
Medium growing semi-deciduous broadleaf tree.Grows 30’ to 50’ tall, and 20’ to 30’ wide. Likes arid climates and blooms creamy yellow flowers in early Summer.
Fast growing rounded deciduous broadleaf tree. Grows 30’ x 30’. Thrives in direct sunlight. Full canopy creates a good amount of shade.
Slow growing up to 15’ tall. Blooms crimson red spikes of flowers in late Summer that resemble a bottle brush. Can also be grown as shrubs.
Native to Vietnam and China, this pear tree matures at a height of 50’-65’. Its blooms white in the spring and grows a small pear fruit before taking on fall its colors.
Medium sized, slow growing tree native to Mexico. Grows up to 20’ x 20’. Blooms yellow flowers in the Winter. Thrives in hot environments.
Maturing anywhere from about 65’-150’ in height, the Cottonwood is one of the largest North American hardwood trees. They have a broad, open crown that offers much shade.
Desert Museum Palo Verde
A thornless member of the Palo Verde family, this tree matures between 20’-30’. It is a fast growing tree that thrives in full exposure to the sun.