Answer: MSU has done extensive research on salt tolerant trees and shrubs. Here are a few of their findings:
Crataegus crusgalli (Cockspur hawthorn) Moderately tolerant; Crataegus monogyna (Singleseed hawthorn) Moderately tolerant; Elaeagnus angustifolia (Russian olive)
Tolerant; Euonymus alata (Winged) Very tolerant; Fraxinus pennsylvanica
lanceolata (Green ash) Tolerant; Gleditsia triacanthos (common honey locust)Tolerant; Hamamelis virginiana (common witch-hazel) Moderately tolerant; Ilex verticillata (Michigan holly) Tolerant; Juniperus spp. (Juniper) Moderately tolerant; Larix laricina (Tamarack) Tolerant; Ligustrum spp. (Privet) Moderately tolerant; Picea pungens (Colorado spruce) Very tolerant; Pinus banksiana (Jack pine) Moderately tolerant; Pinus nigra (Austrian pine) Very tolerant; Pseudotsuga taxifolia Tolerant.
While it is not an extensive list, perhaps you can still find the right plant for your fence line.
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