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Eastern Redbud
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Eastern Redbud

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Introduction Stunning Purple Blooms in the Spring! Complete your landscape by adding the beautiful Eastern Redbud! The earliest Spring flowering t...

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White Flowering Tree

Flowering trees are one of the most important additions to any landscape. These trees add color and beauty in addition to curb appeal and property value. Flowering trees provide shade in the warm months and most drop their leaves in fall, allowing sun to heat your home just when you need some warmth. Your pocketbook will thank you! All of our flowering trees are low maintenance once established. You don’t have to be an expert to take care of these easy to grow trees.

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When to Prune Flowering Trees

Spring Flowering Trees like Flowering Plum, Crabapple, Dogwood, Redbud, Magnolia, and Flowering Cherry trees should be pruned right after blooming. Summer Flowering Trees like Crape Myrtles should be pruned in late winter or early spring when they are dormant. Pruning to remove dead, broken, or diseased branches can be done at any time

When to Plant Flowering Trees

Spring and fall are the best times to plant Ornamental Flowering Trees in most parts of the US. For areas with mild summers or mild winters these can be excellent times to plant as well.

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What are the Best Flowering Shade Trees?

Any large Flowering Tree will double as a shade tree. It is a great way to get the best of both worlds. Dogwoods, Crape Myrtles, Redbuds, Flowering Cherry, Plum, and Pear trees and flowering Crabapples are excellent Flowering Shade Tree options.

Check out our Best Flowering Shade Trees Blog here

When Do Flowering Trees Bloom?

Redbuds, Flowering Pear trees, Deciduous Magnolias, Dogwood Trees and Ornamental Cherry trees are the earliest spring bloomers. Crape Myrtle trees and the Evergreen Magnolia trees, Southern and Little Gem, bloom from late spring through summer. Hydrangea Trees generally flower in summer and fall while Knock Out Rose trees bloom in spring, summer, and fall.

Check out our Spring Blooming Blog here 

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Dwarf Flowering Tree

What are the Best Dwarf Flowering Trees?

There are many Small Flowering Trees for containers, urban yards, and tight spaces in any landscape. Crape Myrtles are fast growing flowering trees and many varieties, including the Magic series and the Black Diamond collection, grow to less than 15 feet tall. Magnolia trees like Jane and Royal Star are fragrant flowering trees that have a mature size between 10 and 15 feet. Ornamental trees like Ruby Falls Redbud, Rising Sun Redbud, Double Purple Hibiscus, and Double Red Hibiscus tree stay under 10 feet. For the smallest Dwarf Flowering Trees look to grafted plants like Hydrangea Trees and Rose Trees.

Check out our Top Ten Dwarf Trees Blog here

Flowering Trees By Bloom Color

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Pink Flowering Trees

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Red Flowering Trees

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White Flowering Trees

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For additional options, be sure to check out our Dogwood trees and Crape Myrtle tree collections.

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