Top 5 Trees for Spring Flowers
March 3, 2017
Temperatures are climbing and spring is in the air! Welcome
the warmer weather and beautiful blooming season with these stunning trees.
crabapple - Lovely small, spreading tree with pink flowers that fade to
white. Small yellow fruit, can attract birds.
fringe - Showy and fragrant small white flowers. If two or more trees
planted together, female trees may produce small bluish fruit, which is
attractive to birds. Exfoliating bark attractive in winter.
magnolia - Showy large pink and white flowers in spring. Umbrella to vase
shape with a dense canopy in summer.
buckeye - This California native has large fragrant white flowers and brown
2" to 3" round, shiny fruit. It conserves water in summer by losing leaves
redbud - Beautiful native small tree, often grows in a multi-trunk form.
Small dark pink flowers bloom before leaves in early Spring. Do not over water,
best for low-water landscapes.
Remember, you can use our Shady Eighty Tree Guide to help you
choose a tree that will grow well in our climate and provide the greatest