Gallon – $5.97 Larger Sizes – Prices may vary
Shade tree or Flowering tree? Trees add shade, privacy, beauty and are the backbone to any landscape.
Shade trees need to be carefully placed, or they will quickly crowd each other out. Try planting shade trees about 20 feet from the house on the southwest or west sides. Deciduous shade trees block the heat during the summer and after their leaves fall, allow light in during the winter when it is needed most. Place shade trees at the corner of your house rather than directly in front of the windows so they don’t block your view. Trees that frame a house make it look more attractive.
Flowering trees are usually smaller than shade trees and are not as likely to overpower the landscape. They make excellent accents when planted singly, and this is often their best use on small lots. Many flowering trees offer all-season interest, with spring flowers, green or bronze summer foliage, colorful leaves in the fall, and bright berries or attractive bark in the winter.
Trees available this Spring:
Japanese Maples, Crape Myrtle, Dogwood,Redbud, Tulip Poplar
Tulip Poplar Tree