Rochester trees deliver everything you want: shade, privacy, blooms. Bird attraction, protection, fruit, and so much more! Evergreens give you a colorful garden all year long. In the wintertime, nothing beats how their branches look against the sky.
By planting trees, you improve the quality of the environment and your landscape. Rochester arborists state that trees soak up water, aid with nutrient uptake and stormwater runoff, as well as erosion control. Did you know that trees even improve wildlife habitat?
Rochester trees help break up the cold winds in the wintertime and keep your house cool during the summer heat. Not to mention, trees increase your property value.
With hundreds of trees in the market, the decision on which trees to plant is usually harder than actually growing them. A Rochester tree specialist is happy to talk with you about which trees to plant in your outdoor space if you aren’t sure where to begin. If you want some ideas for the best Rochester trees, read on.
Japanese Maple (Crimson Queen)
The Japanese Maple-Crimson Queen is the most popular of the maple tree family. Having deep red color and lace-leaf that shines bright even in the summertime in excessive heat. A Crimson Queen-Japanese Maple is a beautiful addition to any outdoor area. This tree does well in zones 5-8. In the springtime, the crimson becomes quite red. In the summer, the red deepens to a scarlet hue. Fall has it at a striking red.
Weeping Pea Shrub
Falling weeping branches grace this tree that bears little pea-like, yellow flowers in the springtime. Compound leaves form a pretty fern-like texture to balance the flowers that are situated on glossy-green, dark stems.
Cleveland Select Pear
A unique column form makes the Cleveland Select Pear a fantastic choice for planting in your yard with its beautiful clusters of bright white blooms in early spring and dark-green foliage in the summer. In the fall, you can expect to see the tree become a startling purplish red-orange color.
Red Sunset Maple
Red Sunset is a sort of Red Maple tree with fantastic color. Plant one and make it the focal point in your front yard. Or, plant one where you can see it from your window to enjoy its remarkable fall color.
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