White flowering trees are elegant and beautiful and white blooms look good in any yard. You never have to worry about color coordination when you plant a tree with white blossoms. Browse this collection for help with white flowering trees identification or to find the perfect white blooming beauty for your front yard. Increase your curb appeal and property value with white flowering trees.
White Cherry Blossom Trees
Flowering cherry blossom trees are profoundly symbolic and equally as beautiful. These trees have white blooms in late winter or early spring depending on your location.
The Yoshino Cherry Tree announces spring with its delicate white blooms that have just a kiss of pink. This stunning tree with small white flowers is incredibly popular. This weeping version of this most sought-after and featured flowering cherry tree is so unique and dramatic. If you want to add a feature tree with intense beauty and distinction the Weeping Yoshino Cherry Tree is it!
White Crape Myrtles
Crape myrtles offer an incredibly long blooming season. You will love having blooms for months instead of weeks! The multi-trunk habit and interesting bark add even more appeal to these flowering trees.
The Black Diamond Pure White Crape Myrtle is a dwarf crape myrtle with deep purple leaves and pure white blooms. What amazing contrast! This tree offers a bold look and a pop of color in a traditional green yard. The Natchez Crape Myrtle is incredibly prolific and loaded with blooms from summer through fall. This large white crape myrtle grows up to 30 feet tall and 20 feet wide. It flowers for up to 5 months per year!
White Flowering Dogwood Trees
These classic trees are easily recognizable for their phenomenal beauty. White dogwood trees add sophistication to the home landscape.
The White Dogwood Tree is a native tree that blooms in late winter or early spring even before its leaves emerge from dormancy. The White Kousa Dogwood Tree has great disease resistance and blooms in spring after its leaves have begun to grow.
White Magnolia Trees
If you desire a sweet-smelling tree with white flowers, magnolia trees are definitely your best option! These trees have large blooms and attractive shiny leaves.
The Little Gem Magnolia is a small version of the Southern Magnolia. Enjoy either tree with large white flowers depending on the size of your landscape. Both are gorgeous with glossy, evergreen leaves. The Royal Star Magnolia is extremely cold hardy. This dwarf tree only reaches 10 to 15 feet tall and wide at maturity so it is a perfect front yard tree in a small landscape. If you want an easy-to-grow white flowering tree, the Sweetbay Magnolia will be great for you. This tree has high disease, deer, and pest resistance and tolerates salt, pollution, and drought!
White Rose Trees
Rose trees are captivating dwarf trees. They only grow to about 5 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide so they are wonderful for small spaces in your landscape and growing in pots.
We carry three white tree roses for sale. Enjoy roses from spring to frost with the Iceberg Rose Tree. The Icecap Rose Tree has abundant white blooms and a classy look. The White Knock Out Rose Tree offers pure white blooms for three seasons! This rose tree is very hardy and can grow throughout most of the United States.