Every people wanted their landscapes to look wonderful, thus they rely on easy to cared trees, shrubs and perennials for their landscapes, and even those home gardeners opt to rely on arranged pots.
Most of the time, the trees serves as the foundation of the whole landscape. Plenty of fruiting trees that make good crops also make fantastic landscape trees. There are definitely different types of plants that do not only bear good crops but also helps a lot when it comes to landscaping, some of these includes plums, peaches, citrus, pears, pawpaw, cherries, apples and apricots. These plants can easily be notice especially during spring season since they are very beautiful in form and they can produce delicious fruits. Fruiting trees are being taken well to pruning and shaping since there are many cultivars of fruiting trees with different growth heights when it turns to maturity stage. However, fruiting trees were not the option when it comes to landscaping because its fruits can be a mess especially if they were not harvested. As edible landscape trees, most all fruiting trees are excellent landscape candidates.
Some less commonly known but very wonderful landscape fruit bearing trees include crabapples (they make the best jams and jellies!), hackberry (jams and jellies), and persimmon (can be used for anything and are absolutely delicious). Again, all take to shaping and are lovely in form. What’s good about crabapple is that, it has a wonderful fall color, the same with the hackberry. What’s good about the persimmon trees is that, they can have a very ornamental branching structure.
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Aside from fruit bearing trees, nut bearing trees are also good for landscaping however, they need a large and stately tree. There are definitely different nut bearing trees that can be used for landscaping, however, the black walnut tree is an exception since it can produce very potent toxin that can kill different species of plants within their root zone and beyond. An alternative tree that is making a much welcome comeback in the landscape is the Butternut. The butternut plant is advisable to use since they do not produce toxins unlike the black walnut tree, and to add up, the two plants also look the same, so, you don’t have to worry about the look of the butternut plant. The nuts are also delicious.
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There are now disease resistant butternuts available. Hazelnut blooms when nothing else blooms and sports beautiful foliage in the fall. These kinds of plants are also good to look at since they are small compared to other trees, in fact, they can be compared to a shrub.