Does anyone else seriously love a few shade trees? With the warm summer months quickly approaching, it’s important to consider how you are going to provide your yard with shade! Trees are the perfect solution! While it may take a few years to truly enjoy the tree, you’ll enjoy watching these shade trees grow!
These pretty trees are relatively pest resistant. It should definitely be mentioned that smelly, messy fruit grows from these!
Get a little closer and you’ll see that the hornbeam has beautiful bark.
The Kentucky Coffee Tree is resistant from illness and provides an umpteenth amount of shade.
I bet you didn’t know that not all maple trees are Canadian! 😉
The Tulip Festival that takes place in Utah every year in April is definitely a sight to see. If you don’t have a Spring festival near you, bring the festival to you with a Tulip Tree!
A beautiful shrubby tree that emits more shade than many other trees! Plus, look at the stunning folage colors of it in the autumn! Picture perfect.
The village tree is a common nickname of the majestic Zelkova.
The classic, timeless American tree. Elm trees can be seen lining park strips, and providing endless amounts of shade and privacy in any backyard.
If you are looking for more trees to grow, check out these great ideas:
13 Tips to Planting Successful Fruit Trees