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South Carolina Trees

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Meyer Lemon Tree
139 reviews
$49.95
Thuja Green Giant
154 reviews
$18.95
Bloodgood Japanese Maple
89 reviews
$59.95
Eastern Redbud
78 reviews
$159.95
Key Lime Tree
31 reviews
$59.95
Weeping Willow Tree
74 reviews
$79.95
Kwanzan Cherry Tree
69 reviews
$59.95
Weeping Yoshino Cherry Tree
30 reviews
$159.95
Sky Pencil Holly
63 reviews
$29.95
Yoshino Cherry Tree
50 reviews
$49.95
Italian Cypress Tree
20 reviews
$59.95
Pink Dogwood
49 reviews
$99.95

What are South Carolina Trees?

South Carolina trees can thrive in this state. They are able to grow well in the state’s warm climate. The trees in this collection all grow in zone 8 which encompasses most of the state. A majority of the trees also grow in zone 7 and zone 9. Be sure to check that the tree you choose grows in your particular USDA growing zone before purchasing.

What Trees are Native to South Carolina?

South Carolina has many shade trees that are native to the area. South Carolina trees include the red maple, river birch, tulip poplar, and American sycamore. The native range of the northern red oak includes south western South Carolina. These trees are all fast growing trees with rates from 2 feet per year up to 9 feet per year! The eastern redbud is a stunning flowering native South Carolina tree. Flowering dogwoods (Cornus florida) and tulip poplars are also South Carolina native trees that bloom. Crape Myrtles are not a true native tree, but they have been a South Carolina tree for hundreds of years! They were introduced to Charleston, South Carolina between 1787 and 1796 and are an important food source for many songbirds.

What Fruit Trees Grow in South Carolina?

The Meyer lemon tree can grow in the ground in growing zones 8 and 9 and can be grown as a patio plant in zone 7(move inside for winter). The key lime tree can grow in the warmest parts of the state. Apple trees, peach trees, cherry trees, and pear trees can grow in most of South Carolina. Some prefer a cooler climate than zone 9, but grow well in zones 7 and 8. Fig trees and persimmon trees can grow throughout the state. These fruit trees are excellent trees for South Carolina.

When to Plant Trees in South Carolina?

Plant South Carolina trees in spring or fall for best results. However, most trees can be planted safely in winter throughout the entire state. Summer is the least favorable time because of the extreme heat during SC summers. 

When to Prune Trees in South Carolina?

Winter or early spring is the best time to prune most South Carolina trees including shade trees and evergreen trees. However, trees that blossom in spring should be pruned after their flowering period to avoid bloom loss. Fall, when temperatures are cooling down and trees are beginning to slow down their metabolic processes, is also a good time for pruning South Carolina trees. Minor trimming can be done anytime of the year. Broken, dead, or diseased branches should be pruned off when you notice them.

Where Can I Buy Trees in South Carolina?

Buy South Carolina trees for sale from our North Carolina nursery. PlantingTree is a family owned and operated online plant nursery located less than one hour from the South Carolina border. We ship our high quality plants and trees right to your South Carolina doorstep. Buy trees for South Carolina here. Scroll up to view our collection of in stock South Carolina trees.


For additional options in other grow zones, be sure to check our Trees for Sale collection.

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