Articles related to flowering trees
Flowering Trees - Landscaping - About.com
Learn about types of flowering trees and read my tips on their care. You must learn where they grow best before you begin (USDA zones, etc.). Included is ...
Flowering Landscape Trees - Landscaping - About.com
Index to articles containing information (pictures included) on flowering landscape trees. The standouts of spring, these flowering landscape trees are valuable ...
Pictures of Flowering Trees - Landscaping - About.com
Why view these pictures of flowering trees? Not only will they give you ideas, but I also supplement the pics with links to resources on growing them.
Types of Flowering Trees - Photos - Landscaping - About.com
If you're not already convinced of the beauty of the various types of flowering trees, then I hope my photos of some of the different kinds serve to sway you.
Flowering Dogwood Trees and Attracting Wild Birds - Landscaping
Flowering dogwood trees are among the best spring specimens. 'Cherokee Chief ' and Japanese (Kousa) trees are tops, as they excel at attracting wild birds.
Catalpa Tree Flower Picture - Landscaping - About.com
My picture of a catalpa tree flower reveals how pretty they are. Despite their blooms, these trees are not highly recommended, as they are messy.
Picture of Apple Trees in Bloom - Landscaping - About.com
Any nice picture of apple trees in bloom will convince you of their ornamental value. They provide more than fruit -- they are fine flowering specimens for spring .
Best Flowering Trees Video
When considering a flowering tree for your home, it's important that your tree is able to withstand high heat and sometimes severe drought conditions. Watch this ...
When to Prune Spring Flowering Trees and Shrubs - Gardening
It is always confusing knowing whether to prune flowering trees and shrubs in the spring or wait until they bloom. Most spring bloomers should be trimmed after ...
Picture of Hawthorn Tree Flowers - Landscaping - About.com
View my picture of hawthorn tree flowers to see what this classic looks like in bloom. Like apples, they are in the rose family.