Fast growing trees for planting in your yard and garden are popular item that many tree planters want to explore. A fast growing tree is a tree that grows faster than the normal tree and would be likely to grown 2 to 3 feet a year.
Growers have many reasons to select fast growing trees. For shelter, privacy, wood protection, to get a new yard started, wind breaks and more.
The growth rate of trees will vary depending on the tree type, where it is planted, fertilization, watering and if it has been planted correctly. Not all species of trees will grow at the same rate. A few of the best fast growing trees are displayed below.
Before planting a tree be sure and check the zone to learn if the tree is zoned for your location and any other planting information about the tree like where to plant it, sunlight and watering suggestions, etc.
Arborvitae - Green Giant – This is one of the most popular and desired tree for planting in a yard or for privacy. The tree has a growth rate of 3-5 feet a year this one of the fastest growing variety of Arborvitae. Read more….
Douglas Fir – The Douglas Fir has common names such as, Interior fir, Rocky Mountain, Douglas fir, Douglas, Yellow or Red spruce, Oregon pine, and Douglas tree and is rapid growing, it makes a great Christmas tree. Read More…
Royal Empress – Grows up to 15’ per year. This is one of the fastest growing shade trees. This tree nature can grow up to 15 feet in its first season, and at maturity reach heights of over 50 feet in less than five years! Read More…
When planting a tree steady the tree into position and make sure that it is straight. Keep it watered well after planting and water regularly in the first few weeks to make sure that the tree has taken to its new location. When planting a fast growing tree remember as the years pass they will become more difficult to remove should you decide you no longer want them or need to thin them out.
There are many more fast growing trees available along with beautiful flowering trees, evergreens, privacy trees, fruit trees, shade trees, hedges and more can all be found on the Nature Hills Web site.
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