Early Blooming Trees

Early Blooming Trees


When the spring comes, the first group of colors you can get might come from some early blooming trees. Although not all early flowers are considered as pretty looking, they provide a good way to decorate you dull branches. Apart from tall trees, some shrubs are also capable of blooming beautiful colors in early spring. It is a good idea to use a mixture of early and late blooming tree types in a garden to ensure that there is always colorful blooming in the backyard.


The serviceberry tree can provide shades for your house and they can usually grow up to 10 meters. They can bloom pretty white flowers and delicious berry in growing season. This makes it a great choice for requirement of beauty and fruits. Cornels are capable of producing light yellow followers in the early spring. Witchhazels have a beautiful v shape with some early blooming in spring. It has a special spicy scent which makes it fragrant.

Eastern Redbud trees will produce red follower buds in early days and it can grow up to 10 meters in height. It is recommended to be planted in a place with full sunlight and beautiful pink flowers can be produced. These flowers become a good source to attract birds and insects. Crabapple trees have a variety of colors to choose from. If you would like some delicious fruits from the tree, this is the one you should pick up. Some dark berries will be produced.

In the early spring days, you will be excited to see some new colorful buds coming from the gray trunks. Just pick up your favorite trees and have a try.

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