|Posted on July 8, 2017 at 2:55 AM|
have a lot of beautiful deep rich birght colors and textures. Some japanese maples growth structure is made to give shade so that when it has grown to full height your Japanese Maple shade tree is doing it's job for you and your family and looking wonderful the whole time in the landscape. Ten to 25 maybe 35 on some feet in height on many of the trees so you do not have to worry about not having a nice full big tree, it will be a great little shade and or decorative tree for your landscaping needs.
JAPANESE CHERRY BLOSSOM
Cherry trees are a great shade tree that are not your normal tree. They provide so much vibrant color and shade to your yard's landscape and curb appeal that you almost have too have one ordered right now for that spot by the water... They can be a hassle if you do not like the blooms in the yard after they fall from the tree. Then there are the cherry trees that produce cherries and if you dont eat them you have to deal with the cherries on the ground when they fall, so there are some pros and cons to consider when buying a cherry blossom tree.
MORTAN SMALL SUGAR MAPLE
This shade tree is also in the 20ft to maybe 30ft range and could shade a houses roof when full grown. The foliage is really dark green dense leaf and when fall comes they are a beautiful orange-red and wonderful to have in the fall line up.They do have to be raked in order to keep your lawn healthy but if your into garden work that should not be a problem or you could hire a local landscaping company.:)
There are so many more shade trees of all shapes and sizes for different placement of certain landscaping needs that I am sure there are many other topics and trees that could be brought to light but in order to save you and spare you the time and reading we will just agree there are a lot of options for shade trees. When picking a shade tree just remember to think about the bloom of the tree and what the aftermath will be like when fall hits and the leaves fall or blooms depending on your tree or trees and what time of year. There are trees with vibrant colors and trees with darker duller colors, so whatever it is you like just make sure you enjoy your time under that tree.