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Plant One Of These Trees To Add Some Interest To Your Landscaping

by Fred Nelson

If you feel like your landscaping is boring, there are many ways you can liven things up. One thing you can do is to plant some trees. Below are three trees that will add some interest to your landscaping so you can decide if you would like to plant one or more of them.

Crape Myrtle

If you want a tree that can survive just about any weather from high heat to droughts, the crape myrtle would be the perfect tree for you. This tree grows best where it is hot and sunny, and it blooms in the summer when most trees in the area have stopped blooming.

One thing about crape myrtles that you should understand is they like to be topped off so this would require a tree service to prune the tree for you once it reaches its full height. The tree service can tell you at what height you should do this so you can keep the tree healthy.

There are different varieties of the crape myrtle and the variety you choose will determine how tall the tree grows. Some varieties are only two feet tall while others can be over 20 feet tall. Make sure you find this information before you purchase your tree so you will know the best location to plant it.

If you purchase a crape myrtle that is only two feet tall, it will look more like a bush than a tree, but will still add a lot of interest to your yard.

Paperbark Maple

The paperbark maple is a much smaller tree, as it reaches approximately 30 feet tall. It does offer color year round, however. The bark is a red, cinnamon-like color that is visually appealing. This tree grows slow but it is well worth the wait.

This tree grows best in well-drained, moist soil and can survive cold temperatures. Plant the tree in a slightly shaded area and it will grow well for you. Water the tree yourself if you do not get a lot of rainfall as you do not want to let the soil to become dried out.

Plant the paperback maple tree near a fir or a pine tree and the color will be a beautiful contrast and make the tree really stand out.

Talk with a tree service company in your area or visit a site like http://www.prtree.com to get information about how to plant and care for these trees.