Tuesday, July 5, 2011

The First Three Trees In A Small Garden

Garden trees to give a little 'beauty and benefits. They provide shade during the long summer days, and change color during seasonal variations in spring and autumn.

If the garden is small, then a small tree that needs to not overload the area.

There are some trees for small gardens. Here are a few:

Strawberry tree (Arbutus unedo), can grow up to nine feet tall and its trunk to maintain the shade of red throughout the year. It also produces fruit and flowers. Tree grows in most soils and will grow slowly, so it is definitely one to consider.

Crabapples are beautiful. Depending on the species, can grow to about eight feet high or more. Perfect for summer shade, and this tree has beautiful flowers in shades of pink, white and red, the more it bears fruit in various shades of red and gold, while the latter is decorative and edible.

Japanese maple (Acer palmatum), although a little more capricious than the other two, it is best not to put it where it will be completely in the sun all day, but it compensates for its breathtaking foliage becomes red fall. Depending on the type, its bark is red.

There are many other trees out there for small gardens, but these are some that have different qualities. Be sure to research and then decide.

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