10 BEST All Season Small Trees For Front Yard | Low Maintenance Dwarf Trees for Landscaping

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Published 2024-01-13
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Small to mid-sized ornamental trees offer year-round interest to the home garden , providing visual appeal in every season. This could include colorful foliage in autumn, attractive blooms in spring, and unique branching patterns in winter.
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1.Hydrangea
2.Chaste
3.EasternRedbud
4.Temple Of Bloom
5.Japanese Maple
6.Dwarf Korean Lilac Tree
7.Weeping Cherry
8.Royal Purple Smoke Tree
9.Jane Magnolia
10.Black Diamond Crape Myrtle

All Comments (21)
  • @lynb2039
    Limelight Hydrangea Vitex Chaste Tree Eastern Redbud Temple of Bloom-Seven Sun Flower Japanese Maple Tree-Asst Varieties Dwarf Korean Lilac Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry Royal Purple Smoke Tree Magnolia Jane Black Diamond Crepe Myrtle
  • @charlesgarel644
    We were just talking about small tree additions. This is such timely and useful information . We are actually looking for several of these trees. Thanks
  • @Alina-ws6ob
    Be careful where you plant your trees specially in your front yard. Stay away from the main waterline and in the backyard from sewer lines. Also some trees because of their root systems which can damage your foundation should not be planted. If you don’t know where all these plumbing lines are β€” don’t plant any trees.
  • @jannahmull4820
    I love my Red Buds, Japanese Maple, Maples, Crepe Myrtles, Rose of Sharon, Forsythia, Old Fashion Lilac
  • @timmillan6701
    Vitex is probably my favorite from this group. Unfortunately, in the coastal PNW, we don’t get as much heat as much of the country- so the bloom is not as reliable or intense. The same applies to crape myrtle. Heptacodium is a better performing choice for us
  • @annemiura7767
    Good information but why the computer generated voice ?πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ
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  • @DovidM
    In housing developments, landscape designers often select trees that soon dwarf the house or condo they were planted next to. Designers also do not take into account the amount of pruning some trees require.
  • @LeighPogue
    The chase vitex info isn’t correct. Mine has to be pruned way back each year and grows quickly. Gorgeous tree and the blossoms are amazing. They smell like honeysuckle, jasmine and lavender all in one. My tree right now is about 15’x20’. It is a pollinators dream tree. Each summer it hosts thousands of bees. All kinds, bumble bees, honey bees, all kinds. Beautiful. We get compliments almost daily.
  • @SS11660
    Should include whether each evergreen or deciduous. Very important.