Top 5 Small Tree Inspirations
Small gardens, as you know are limited by their spaces, and also by plant varieties as well. However, there is a simple solution to that – small trees are perfect for tiny garden spaces, and today we are going to review the top 5 most amazing small tree inspirations!
Most Amazing Small Trees
Crape Myrtle is known to be native to South, and it offers a big cluster of frilly flowers in various colors: pink, lavender white, sometimes even red, yellow and orange. The size of such a tree ranges from 6 to 25 feet, depending on a variety. The most common variety is “Arapaho” with red blooms and purple-touched foliage.
This tree is among the most beautiful small trees of North America. They grow up to 10 and 25 feet in height and width, and are known to have beautiful blooms. The most gorgeous varieties are the ‘Cherokee Sunset’ with rich pink blooms and ‘Cloud Nine’ with extra-large blooms.
This type of a small tree has one of the most beautiful flowers, which bloom in white, pink and purple. The usual blooming time is mid to late spring. The Saucer Magnolia is known to grow up to 20 feet tall. It is best to test whether the magnolia would grow in your climate zone.
2. Fringe Tree
The Fringe tree is native to Eastern North America, is a rather versatile plant, because it can be either big or small. The tree is known for its peculiar cloudy white flowers. The tree blooms in late spring, that later in fall turn into clusters of blue-purple fruits. The height of the fringe tree can be up to 20 feet tall.
1. Golden Chain Tree
This tree is really gorgeous in late spring and early summer, with golden chain tree blooms. These blooms resemble the wisteria flowers. The dark green foliage serves as an amazing background. This tree can be up to 25 feet tall.