The following are trees acceptable for planting on streets right of way and on other public property in the City of Casselton.

  1. Large Trees

American Basswood or Linden (tilia americana)

Black Locust (robinia pseudoacacia)

Bur Oak (quercus macrocarpa)

Common Hackberry (celtis occidentalis)

Dutch Elm Disease Resistant Elm cultivars

Eastern Cottonwood (populus deltoides)

Northern Catalpa (Catalpa speciosa)

Norway Maple (acer platanoides)

Silver Maple (acer saccharinum)

Sugar Maple (acer saccharum)

  1. Medium Trees

American Linden Cultivars

Amur Cork Tree (phellodendron amurense)

Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra)

Dakota Pinnacle Asian White Birch (betula platyphylla ‘Fargo’)

Harvest Gold Linden (tilia mongolica)

Honey Locust (gleditsia triacanthos)

Kentucky Coffeetree (gymnocladus dioicus)

Littleleaf Linden (tilia cordata)

Northern Empress Japenese Elm (ulmus davidiana var. japonica ‘Burgundy Glow’)

Paper Birch (betula papyrifera)

Ponderosa Pine (pinus ponderosa)

Quaking Aspen (populus tremuloides)

Russian Olive (elaeagnus angustifolia)

Scotch Pine (pinus sylvestris)

  1. Small Trees

Amur Chokecherry (prunus maackii)

Amur Maackia (maackia amurensis)

Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry (amelanchier x grandiflora ‘Autumn Brilliance’)

Ironwood/Hophornbeam (ostrya virginiana)

Japanese Tree Lilac (syringa reticulata ‘Ivory Silk’)

Flowering Pear Mountain Frost (pyrus ussuriensis ‘BailFrost’)

Pagoda Dogwood (cronus alternifolia)

Princess Kay Plum (prunus nigra ‘Princess kay’)

Prairiefire Crabapple (malus ‘Prairiefire’)

Radiant Crabapple (malus ‘Radiant’)

Red Baron Crabapple (malus ‘Red Baron’)

Royalty Crabapple ( malus ‘Royalty’)

Spring Snow Crabapple (malus ‘Spring Snow’)

Other fire blight and apple scab resistant crabs

Snowbird Hawthorn (crataegus x mordenensis ‘Snowbird’)

Thornless Cockspur Hawthorn (crataegus crus-galli var. inermis’)

Toba Hawthorn (Crataegus x mordenensis ‘Toba’)