You don't want to get stuck with a huge tree in your front yard that threatens to cause damage in a storm. Think ahead and consider choosing trees that will add beauty and not destruction to your life. Our blog will offer a few options for best trees to plant near your house or in your front yard.
Planting trees in your front yard can be tricky. So many factors come into play such as:
The Yoshino Cherry tree is one of the most popular of the cherry trees. They require fully sunlight for about 4 hours, but can otherwise be in partial shade If you want a tree that will leave faint sweet smells in the spring and thrive in the summer – this is the tree for you!Size: 20 - 30 feet
Crape Myrtles are resilient and are known for their flower petals that resemble crepe paper. In order to thrive, they need full sunlight. Not only are the flowers beautiful, but the foliage changes in the fall, which means you will have a small to medium sized tree that will impress for more than one season – just remember to keep them pruned.Size: Depending on variety, 10 - 30 feet
While we're always here to help if you need a tree to come down, we prefer to find ways to preserve trees. We want to make sure you have all of the information you need to make an informed decision about what trees you will be planting in your yard.
We hope this helped get you started as you decide what will work best for you. If you have any questions regarding tree removal, trimming, pruning, topping, or emergency services, contact us!