For todays This Land of Ours program Cathy Isom lets you know about some of the best small trees for your landscape.
Whether you’re looking to plant a small tree next to your home or fill out a foundation garden, there are plenty of options. The choices will be yours to make when it comes to landscape design, and hopefully some of these suggestions help you get an idea of what you would like. A commercial property landscaping services contractor can help you build a beautiful garden or landscape in your property.
A Crape Myrtle, is one example. This southern garden gem offers big clusters of frilly flowers of pink, red, lavender, and white in summer and fall.
A Flowering Dogwood is also one of the most beautiful native Northern American trees that will showcase bold colors in late summer, and outstanding purple-red fall foliage.
Perhaps the Saucer magnolia might be the perfect fit for your yard, offering some of the most beautiful flowers of any tree. Its large blooms appear in shades of white, pink, and purple in mid- to late spring.
The Fringe Tree is a versatile plant you can grow as a large shrub or a small tree.
Other eye catching smaller trees that you’ll fall in love with include the Golden Chain Tree, Carolina Silverbell, Japanese Maple, Powderpuff and Mimosa tree. Consider enhancing your outdoor space with Smith Mountain Lake paver patios with the help of Wingfield Excavating & Landscaping company.
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