Dwarf Trees for Sale Online

In today's busy world, gardeners have less time to prune and maintain their landscape. Many gardeners are looking for plants that can remain small and compact size with little to no pruning required. Every year new selections are introduced that fill this need for low maintenance and smaller spaces.

Many of today's properties have less space available for landscaping. Smaller urban gardeners are looking for the most impact from smaller plants. Using dwarf trees in your landscape allows you to include different textures and colors without losing the outdoor living space required by larger plants. Many of today's dwarf trees include disease resistance as an attribute, due in most part to breeders recognizing the need for this and including it in their breeding programs.

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Buying Dwarf Trees Online

In today's busy world, gardeners have less time to prune and maintain their landscape. Many gardeners are looking for plants that can remain small and compact size with little to no pruning required. Every year new selections are introduced that fill this need for low maintenance and smaller spaces.

Many of today's properties have less space available for landscaping. Smaller urban gardeners are looking for the most impact from smaller plants. Using dwarf trees in your landscape allows you to include different textures and colors without losing the outdoor living space required by larger plants. Many of today's dwarf trees include disease resistance as an attribute, due in most part to breeders recognizing the need for this and including it in their breeding programs.

Dwarf trees will maintain their size with less pruning. Another benefit of dwarf trees is that since the plant is smaller, the distance between the leaves is reduced, giving the tree a fuller appearance and creating more dense flower displays.

Flower production is typically the same on these small trees, so there is no need to worry about sacrificing color on these small to medium-sized trees. Bringing smaller versions of some incredible trees up close to your outdoor living areas allows you to benefit from their beauty and, in some cases, fragrance.

Another benefit of dwarf or semi-dwarf trees is that they can be planted closer to the home, helping keep the home cooler in the summer. By reducing the need to prune the trees, you are also reducing the ability for diseases to affect the tree's health. Bringing smaller versions of some incredible plants up close and personal where they can be enjoyed.

The introduction of compact trees has changed the way we design our landscapes too. Large hedges of Arborvitae or Leland Cypress trees used to be planted on property lines to separate us from our neighbors. These trees took up so much space that we sacrificed large amounts of the lawn.

With the new introductions of dwarf, evergreen arborvitaes such as the American Pillar Arborvitae, you can still have an evergreen hedge or windbreak without sacrificing usable lawn area. The American Pillar arborvitae offers the same evergreen privacy in a much smaller package than the Arborvitae Green Giant. American Pillar Arborvitaes trees are perfect for planting just about anywhere in the landscape, even under powerlines.

Dwarf trees are also perfect for their use beneath utility lines. Many communities have rules regarding power line right-of-ways and the height of the trees planted under them. This usually limits the overall height of the trees to under 15 feet tall.

For foundation plantings, older landscape designs focused on evergreen trees planted in rows along the house's front. The trees inevitably outgrew their home and required major pruning, which made them unsightly or bare, or they had to be removed, and the area replanted.

This was costly and made the landscape look completely out of scale until they grew enough to mature again. This usually started the whole cycle repeatedly until the homeowner ended up right back where they started with an overgrown landscape.

Dwarf flowering trees bring home-owners an opportunity to bring all the desirable traits of the larger varieties into smaller landscapes. Many of the dwarf varieties tend to stay under 15 feet tall and wide.

One of the most popular families of dwarf trees is the Dwarf Japanese Maple family. Japanese Maples are naturally dwarf and can be used as shade trees in smaller gardens. The shade provided by Japanese Maples is considered "Dappled Shade". This allows other plants to be planted beneath them and still receive the proper amount of sunlight for healthy growth.

Dwarf Dogwood trees are an often chosen flowering tree for front yards and even planted along the edges of wood lines. The flowers are a welcome sight in the spring and the red berries are a favorite snack of songbirds.

Dwarf Cherry tree flowers are a sure sign that spring has arrived but the show doesn't end in spring. The golden yellow fall color of cherry trees adds a whole new dimension to the fall landscape. These are non-fruiting varieties so the flowers last much longer.

Yet another little known group of easy to grow dwarf trees is the dwarf fruit trees. Now gardeners can have dwarf varieties that produce fruit in even the smallest of landscapes. Nothing tastes better on a crisp fall day than a home-grown apple. There are many dwarf apple trees available to homeowners who are looking for a way to grow safe and affordable fruit at home.

Don't think that growing fruit at home is limited to outdoor fruit. Many varieties of dwarf citrus trees can also be grown at home. Who among us doesn't relish the idea of growing a sweet and tart Meyer lemon tree, or tasting a Key Lime Pie made with homegrown Key Limes.

Many Dwarf Citrus trees are perfect for growing at home on the deck or patio during the summer and moving into the home during the cooler months. You'll adore the heavenly fragrance of all of these citrus trees when they produce flowers.

Dwarf Trees come in all shapes and colors. Whether it's Dwarf Evergreens for privacy, Dwarf Flowering trees for color, or even Dwarf Shade trees, our helpful staff is more than happy to help you through the process of picking the best tree for your landscape. Our staff is eager to help and are only a phone call or email away. Contact us at 844-348-8971 or simply send us a message by clicking HERE.

If you’re looking to buy Dwarf Trees online for your garden, consider purchasing your Dwarf Trees from Garden Goods Direct. We provide you with the trees you want. We will also help you with Tree care tips.