Flowering Trees for Sale at Garden Goods Direct
Trees serve many purposes in our yards. They clean our air, provide shade to our home and yard, as well as form a natural barrier to our property. Beyond their functionality, though, trees are planted to add beauty to our landscape. Their height, spreading canopy or flowering buds are striking and offer a variety of different aesthetics and appearances to choose from.
Flowering trees transform your garden with mature trees providing beauty and grandeur, while small flowering trees sparkle with life and promise. They lure us outdoors to walk a bit and enjoy the beauty of the season. The best flowering trees attract pollinators such as bees, and fruits feed birds and small creatures. At every season, they frame and shape the garden.
Ornamental trees brighten up any landscape with vivid colors in the spring and fall and sweeten the air with fragrant flowers. An ornamental tree can offer a focal point for your garden and add year-round beauty to a garden.
When choosing flowering & ornamental trees, think beyond spring to those that blossom in summer or early fall, so there is always something in bloom to enjoy. Consider also interesting leaf shapes, handsome woody structure, showy fall color, and bright berries. We sell the following flowering and ornamental trees: Crape Myrtle, Dogwood Trees, Flowering Cherry Trees, Redbud Trees, Magnolia, Fringe, Persimmon and Amelanchier Trees. Whether you are partial to colorful blooms, bright berries or fragrant flowers, at Garden Doors Direct, we can help you realize and fulfill your vision for a perfect yard.
What Types of Flowering Trees Are There?
All these plants have distinctive flowers. Flowering trees are the ones you will see most often as a focal point of landscaping, such as the famed cherry blossom trees in Washington, D.C.
Other types include:
- Flowering cherries
- Fringe trees
- American Chestnut trees
- Tulip Poplars
What Are the Benefits of Planting Flowering Trees on Your Property?
You will also find other practical advantages to flowering trees. Chestnut trees can provide shade while crape myrtles, with their vibrant flowers, remain hardy year-round, making them easy choices to invest in. No matter your experience level or desires, there is a flowering tree for your yard.
Which Variety of Flowering Trees Will Look Best at Your Home?
Also consider how much maintenance you have time for. If you want instant blooms and little upkeep, opt for something more low-maintenance, such as a fringe tree.
You’ve probably conducted multiple image searches, explored Pinterest and scoured your neighborhood in search of which beautiful flowering trees you might want. When making your choice, consider the maintenance required for each type of tree, the look of your current home and most importantly, what you want out of your purchase.
How to Care for Flowering Trees
Each type of flowering tree will require different care, so you should read the labels and talk to Garden Goods Direct’s expert for tips on your particular plant. Crape myrtles, for instance, crave sunlight and warmth. They are drought-tolerant, but fringe trees require some moisture at all times. Our experts are here to ease your doubts and ensure your tree will look beautiful, meet your needs and fit your level of expertise.
If you live in a city, you can still grow beautiful flowering trees. You may find that a potted flowering tree gives you the perfect opportunity to hone your green thumb and add life to your doorstep. Many of these trees will do well in pots — just make sure to bring them indoors when it frosts.
Buy Flowering Trees From Garden Goods Direct and Improve the Look of Your Lawn
As America’s number one online garden center, we are here to help you re-green your life! We offer a wide selection of flowering trees to choose from — let our experts help you decide which tree is right for your vision and needs.
All of our trees have earned Woodie’s Seal of Approval, so you can be confident in their health and longevity. Shop our selection of flowering trees online today!