Do you believe trees have to grow as tall and as big as those in the forests? Wrong! Plenty of trees can bring splendor to your landscape, regardless of the size. And this isn’t about little bonsai trees! Keep reading for information on planting dwarf trees.
Trees for Small Yards
Dwarf trees are ideal for small back or front yards, tiny gardens, or patio spaces. But don’t forget to leave plenty of room for the tree’s canopy to grow. To accomplish this, research the expected mature crown width and divide it by 2 — plan to plant your tree that distance from your home. For instance, a tree with an expected 40-foot crown spread has to be planted at least 20 feet away. Also, have mulch on hand to add a nice touch around your tree. You can pick some up at any Rochester stump grinding business.
Dwarf Flower Trees
Trees Under 10 Ft.
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