Here is the list of some of the beautiful trees that are great for your backyard garden.
If you love bright colors and vivid beauty, then a dogwood tree would be the perfect fit for your backyard! They provide vast amounts of shade and display beautiful, colorful blossoms. Dogwood trees are pretty easy to take care of too. They will grow in just about any type of climate, but they will thrive in slightly more shady areas. Be sure to give them plenty of water, especially during the hotter seasons, and voila! Dogwoods have a beautiful spring vibe that is sure to completely transform your backyard from ordinary to whimsical.
Paper Birch Trees
According to Narvin who is an Arborist North Shore, This gorgeous tree can grow upwards of 60 feet tall! They add depth to any backyard and you’ll find that they look really unique, and not like any other trees. The bark on a paper birch is almost a white color. In the fall, its leaves will turn a vibrant yellow color, making it look like something out of a fairytale. You’ll need plenty of healthy mulch and water to care for your Paper Birch, but if you’re willing to put in the work, your backyard is sure to stand out, in a really amazing way!
The Crabapple is another fun and vibrant tree to consider adding to your backyard. Not only does this tree have a rosy color to its blossoms, but it also has the most amazing smell, as well as produces apples! Yum! The best part is that the Crabapple tree needs very little maintenance. If you’re a busy person and struggle to find for all the pruning and gardening, then this tree is perfect for you! Prune the dead stuff during the Spring, and by the Summertime, you’ll be able to enjoy the beautiful blossoms and the delicious fruits!
If you want to attract hummingbirds and butterflies, then this is the tree you’ll want to plant! The Washington Hawthorne doesn’t grow to be very big, but its blossoms are breathtaking. During the Springtime, they give off a very pleasant smell. It even offers some truly spectacular foliage during the fall months. It’s easy to care for too, just keep it well-watered and pruned.