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Front Yard Tree Ideas. Some trees, like the sugar maple, will produce a kaleidoscope of color, turning from yellow to orange and finally to red. In the citrus family, the hardy orange does produce edible fruit.
Edging is great for a front yard, and this idea utilizes edging that is made from small stones. The Satomi Kousa Dogwood has splendid pink to red bracts followed in fall by hanging red fruit. A mix of annuals, perennials and evergreens ensure multi-season interest, even when the snow flies.
It's a reliable shade tree with good leafhopper resistance.
Even if your front yard is overwhelmed with green, it still looks elegant if you arrange it conscientiously.
River rock along the border of the yard and heavy mulch are used instead of grass. Edging is great for a front yard, and this idea utilizes edging that is made from small stones. Because a framed view often is much more attractive than a completely revealed view, give serious thought to planting taller trees on either side of your house and at least one behind it. "My all-time favorite tree for a compact yard is the camellia, an evergreen tree that has beautiful, bright flowers and as a double-bloomer, brings year-round color to your landscape," says Gary.
Front Yard Tree Ideas
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