If you have a small yard or garden area and are looking for smaller trees to plant before planting check out the variety of trees available at your local garden center and ask questions. A smaller tree or an accent tree is a plant that helps complete the whole picture of your landscape.
Trees such as Crabapple, Redbud trees, and Japanese maple trees make a beautiful addition to any landscape. These trees may require a bit of pruning each fall to keep them on the smaller size but most 10 to 30 feet tall.
To find the best accent trees for zones 3 through 8 and learn their growth rate, when to plant, how to plant them and more follow this link and search the selection of accent trees. You can also search by zone or variety of tree.
Ornamental trees are described as trees that are less than 25 feet tall and work well in small areas. These are typically flowering trees that are quite a site to view in the spring. Some trees have unique that are noticeable in every season. View all the different varieties of Ornamental trees here.
The Japanese Lilac Tree is one tree that works well in residential areas, parking lots, medians and commercial properties. It has a long blooming season and is easy to care for. It can grow as tall as 25 feet but can be left to grow as a shrub or trimmed to be a small tree.
The Eastern Redbud is one of the first trees you will find flowering in the spring. It has soft pink flowers that appear in early spring and from summer to fall the leaves transform to a beautiful light green. In the fall the leaves turn emerald green then turn to a bright golden yellow. This is a favorite tree among many landscapers.
There are several places to research trees, read reviews and find out more about the particular tree by species. Check out the Fast Growing Trees site to learn about trees and purchase trees with free shipping.
Search for small trees, best small trees for the yard, small tree ideas and more on Google or any other search engine. Be sure to look for trees your zone in order to find the best growing and right tree for you planting area.
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