How much do mature trees cost? The price of a mature tree depends on the type of tree, your geographical location, the size of the tree and where you purchase it. On average, a mature tree can cost anywhere from 300 to as much as 3,000 depending on the size and type. Tree value calculator to calculate how much your tree is worth choose tree height, tree diameter, tree type and press calculate to learn the value of your tree. Price list updated on 62520 please view our delivery range chart to obtain the minimum tree order amount for your city. Sales tax and tree removals are not included in the minimum tree order amounts. Prices do not include removal of existing trees, shrubs, stumps, or roots (view our tree removal page for pricing and additional information). Value for the landscape will be different from that of a tree that is to be cut into boards. Eastern red cedar will have more value than a western cedar tree as far as board value. While value of a cedar tree for landscape may be subjective, pricing a cedar tree. More expensive varieties of trees include blue spruce, which can cost 350 or more. If you already have a tree and are transplanting it, or starting a tree from a seed, this cost is not a factor in the overall price. Characteristics the norway spruce is a large evergreen coniferous tree growing to 35-55 m tall and with a trunk diameter of up to 1-1. Norway spruce shoots are orange-brown and glabrous (hairless). The leaves are needle-like, 12-24 mm long, quadrangular in cross-section (not flattened), and dark green on all four sides with inconspicuous stomatal lines. If the market is saturated with cedar wood, you may want to wait 6 months to a year before cutting down your trees to see if the value goes up. A trees value is determined by its size, health and shape primarily, so curved trees will be worth less than straight. Mature evergreen trees for hedging, above fence screening or simply stand-alone. If you are looking for screening or hedging solutions, plant a row of our mature cupressus leylandii (leyland cyprus) which are between 3. You may be looking for screening above the fence line, wall or hedge, in which case our full standard evergreen. (cornus florida) zones 5-9 growth rate medium, with height increases of 13 to 24 inches a year. Cost 4-6 feet, 150-200 one of the most popular trees in a residential landscape, the dogwood (whether it be white, pink or red) is considered an ornamental and a flowering tree. Removing a large tree can be dangerous, so its important to leave it to the professionals. The removal wont be inexpensive, but cost can vary dramatically depending on the size and strength of the tree. Softwoods will be cheaper than hardwoods, but overall, the national average is only 638.