If you are wondering what trees to plant near houses? Small ornamental tree works best for planting near your home. Solid branch strength, only slight amounts of twig and leaf debris, and roots that won't sneak into water or sewage lines are all necessities, too. You have plenty of trees to choose from.
Something to remember before you begin your tree planting project is that you need to envision just how large your soon-to-be tree will grow and what that means for your house before one seed is planted.
Evergreens offer seasonal greenery, while deciduous trees provide leaves and flowers for part of the year and innovative branching when the leaves are gone.
Take a look at the width and height of various “trees to plant near houses” before making your decision.
You'll love growing magnolias for their low-growing branches and fragrant flowers that you will be able to see in the wintertime after the leaves fall off. Star magnolia grows in either partial shade or full sun. It will grow up to around 12 feet wide in zones 5 through 9. It flourishes in any soil type, regardless if it is sandy or loamy or clay. Magnolias possess little possible damage from its roots with medium limb strength.
Since olive trees have no mature fruit, it has less waste than other olive foliage. Olive trees have little gray-green leaves that make them so unique. They grow close to 30 feet tall and wide in zones 8 through 10. Olive trees flourish in full sun, and the soil can be dry or moist. Olive branches are quite sturdy. If you are thinking about plant an olive tree, call an arborist to help you decide which olive tree to choose for your outdoor space.
Strawberry trees have flaking, good-looking reddish-brown bark and little pink or white flowers that come to life between fall and winter. Strawberry trees grow up to 12 feet in zones 8 through 11 in partial shade or full sun. They thrive in any soil and can handle drought. Strawberry trees have sturdy branches and low potential for root damage.
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