Japanese Pine Trees

The Japanese black pine trees are specimen trees that are grown in Japanese gardens. These trees have large needles that grow about 3 to...

Black Locust Trees In Your Yard

Black Locust Trees In Your Yard

Black locust trees (Robinia pseudoacacia, USDA zones 4 through 8) are at their best in late spring, when trailing clusters of 5-inch, fragrant flowers ...

Splendid Japanese Cedar Trees For A Landscape

Splendid Japanese Cedar Trees For A Landscape

Japanese cedar trees (Cryptomeria japonica) are lovely evergreens that become more splendid as they mature. When they are young, they grow in ...

Eye Catching Ornamental Bottlebrush Trees

Eye Catching Ornamental Bottlebrush Trees

High temperatures, moist soil, and bright sunlight are the basic requirements for bottlebrush trees to grow well. They are perfect ornamental trees ...

Linden Trees For Large Landscape

Linden Trees For Large Landscape

If you have a large landscape with plenty of room for a medium-to-large tree to spread its branches, consider growing linden trees. Also ...

Growing Chestnut Trees In Your Yard

Growing Chestnut Trees In Your Yard

Chestnut trees are attractive trees that prefer chilly winters and warm summers. If you are wondering how to grow chestnut trees, the ...

Growing Calabash Trees In Your Yard

Growing Calabash Trees In Your Yard

Calabash trees, the trees of the family Bignoniaceae, 6 to 12 metres (20 to 40 feet) tall, that grows in Central and South ...

Outdoor Loquat Trees In Your Yard

Outdoor Loquat Trees In Your Yard

The loquat trees, also called the Japanese medlar, originated in southeastern China. Over time, the Chinese travelers introduced it to Japan and ...