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The Best Flower Trees to Plant in Your Garden

Flowering Trees

Growing your own garden has always been the best way to spruce up some extra yard space. Blooming with colorful flowers and plants, gardens have proven to be great for relieving any unwanted stress and showing some love to Mother Nature!

We fully support the idea of adding more and more floral companions to your backyard nursery, which is why we believe that flowering trees would make the perfect addition to any home. Not only are they beautiful pops of color, they bring more dimension and diversity to your garden, and anyone would be convinced that you have the greenest thumb in town! Here’s our list of the best flowering trees everyone should have in their yards:

 

Flowering Dogwood

The Flowering Dogwood is probably one of the most grandiose trees in the United States due to their short trunks and crossing branches that make them appear multi-layered. They have a place in every season. If you step outside during the height of spring and happen to come across one of these majestic beauties, you’ll see that they’re just blossoming with white or yellow flowers, contributing to the overall spring cheer. During the fall, on the other hand, you’ll notice that these once-pastel blooms have turned into rich shades of red and purple – definitely appropriate for the season!

If you’re sold on housing your very own Dogwood, keep in mind that these trees thrive with plenty of water and sunshine. They don’t grow well in arid climates, so watch out!

Knockout Rose Tree

Not every aspiring gardener has a green thumb, and that’s okay! With lush greens like the Knockout Rose Tree, you can fool anyone into thinking you’re a flower whisperer. The Knockout houses some of the freshest, brightest rose flowers that are sure to be the center of attention. And best of all? The blooms can grace your garden for up to 9 months out of a year, and they’re super low-maintenance! Drought-tolerant, disease-resistant, and self-cleaning – the Knockout Rose Tree definitely stays true to its name and remains one of the toughest flowering plants you could ever own.

Pee Gee Hydrangea

Ignore the strange nickname; the Pee Gee Hydrangea houses clusters of stunning pink or white hydrangea flowers, and it can be grown as either a tree or a shrub. Gardeners everywhere love working with these blooms because they’re tolerant to pruning, leaving you with an abundance of poppin’ petals! They can also grow in a variety of climates which makes them a popular choice for flower fans everywhere.

When it comes to caring for your Pee Gee Hydrangea tree, make sure it gets enough sunlight to flourish properly but not too much; hot summers can be deadly for your newest green, so we recommend keeping it hydrated and having it cozied up under some shade to prevent withering.

Saucer Magnolia Tree

If you’re looking for a plant that’s sure to command attention from anyone who wanders into your garden space, the Saucer Magnolia Tree is your best bet. We’re not kidding: these are giant beauties, reaching anywhere from 20 to 25 feet tall! Its unique name actually comes the bowl-like shape of its light pink flowers, and the magnolias bloom at their peak in April – right at the height of spring.

Caring for the Saucer Magnolia is simpler than you think despite its size. They grow best in fertile, well-drained soil and require either full sun or partial shade. As long as you water this beauty every week, you’ll have a gorgeous addition to your yard in no time!

 

Thanks to flowers and plants, gardens are beautifying homes, patios, and rooftops everywhere. Here at The Bouqs, we believe that everyone should have a chance to spruce up their indoor or outdoor space with nature’s freshest creations. You don’t need to be the neighborhood plant whisperer to adopt some of the brightest arrangements in your home.

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