From:Oswego, IL Region: Midwest Topic: Trees Title: Trees for creek side in Illinois Answered by: Nan Hampton
I have a creek that runs along my back yard, and was wondering if you could give me some suggestions on water loving trees to grow next to it. The creek gets sun all day and is located in zone 5. (some other than the willows)
Below are some suggestions for trees (no wilows) that will do well alongside a stream and are hardy in zone 5:
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