It is quite possible that you have an abundance of trees and plants that are suited to your area, but some of them won’t last very long in your area. In Denver, for example, droughts have historically caused a lot of problems. Therefore, some trees won’t grow in certain parts of Denver because of the drought conditions. The best tree for your needs should be chosen carefully, so we put together a list so that you can make things easier. Below you will find a list of some of the best flowering trees that are perfect for the climate you live in.
A consultant from Tagawa Gardens helped me determine which trees would be suitable to grow in the Front Range. As a result of their assistance, I have compiled a list of five trees that would be perfect for the Front Range. As part of my nursery’s nomination process, I requested that our staff nominate their favorite trees. These five trees were all highly rated by all of our staff.
It is well known that the Chinese Blue Wisteria (Wisteria sinensis) is among the best-selling trees for landscapes. It usually grows quickly and can adorn castles in Europe, wineries in Napa Valley, or estates that appear on Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous as an artfully draped vine over sturdy structures. Vine Wisteria can also be found on castles in Europe and on estates featured on Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.
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It is also possible to enjoy the fragrant, amazing flowers of Wisteria on a cute, little accent tree. A knock-out, single stem tree with a nice, sturdy trunk has been trained from this amazing plant and our expert growers have worked hard to produce a one-of-a-kind, original masterpiece for your home. It has been carefully cultivated over the years to produce a high quality strain that has grown well. From the dark purple buds of Blue Chinese Wisteria, there are beautiful, icy lavender, purple and blue flower blooms that fade into blue with time. The biggest blooms are faded and will fade into that beautiful blue as the season progresses, which is where people love it so much.
It is a one-of-a-kind addition to your landscape. Put one or two of them somewhere near your patio or front yard, and you will have a unique impact. Before the leaves appear in early summer, the tree produces elongated flower panicles that can measure up to a foot in length. The flowers range in color from sky blue to rich lavender. The elongated flower panicles can cover a lot of ground.
It’s such a treat to see these beautiful shades of color in your yard at the beginning of the year. If this tree is in full bloom, it will be hard to ignore. Over time, the draught of flowers will make the tree look even more spectacular as the leaves emerge before the flowers.
Is there anything more delicious about the smell? It is the most authentic Blue Chinese Wisteria Tree in existence. Everyone in the neighborhood will appreciate the sweetly scented flower clusters. This amazing tree form is a variation of the popular vine that grows everywhere in the country.
The Blue Chinese Wisteria tree is easy to grow, grows rapidly, and is compatible with all kinds of climates around the country, so it can be suited to all kinds of settings. Blue Chinese Wisteria trees also have dark green, small leaves that turn golden in the fall, adding interest throughout the whole season.
The Autumn Blooming Cherry Tree (Prunus subhirtella ‘Autumnalis’) has gorgeous and fragrant cherry blossoms that are just a delight to see, and you will love the fact that this tree blooms again and again in the summer, for a double delight!
The beauty of trees cannot be underestimated. Their ability to offer you four different seasons of visual interest in your lawnscape is something you never want to miss out on.
Blooming is intermittent during the fall and winter seasons, but in the spring, this flower is one of its most attractive features! With the help of the countless dark-pink buds, the petals transform into a haze of semi-double pink flowers that cascade down into a pure white flower that is just waiting for its encore.
Not only will the blooms attract attention from neighbors, but the plant will also provide nectar and pollen to local bees, butterflies, and even birds. As a result, it makes a great pollinator buffet as it provides nectar, pollen, and nectar products.
In order to create a beautiful floral display that people will be talking about for a long time, it is necessary to plant the Autumn Blooming Cherry out front.
This gorgeous native tree is not so well known at Nature Hills, and we don’t know why. There are a multitude of ornamental trees that are a knock-out in an early spring garden. White Fringe Tree, Chionanthus virginicus, var. Maritimus, has scented white flowers with exquisite, fine-textured ribbon-like petals that cover this small tree in a stunning fashion.
A strong, non-fussy tree, this native tree has the ability to adapt to a wide variety of hardiness zones, making it a perfect tree for urban situations. It is even tolerant of air pollution, making it an ideal tree for urban areas.
As it is often the last tree to leaf out in spring, it is usually one of the most difficult trees to grow and maintain. Yet, it is worth the wait, because when it does eventually leaf out, it covers itself with these strange white spring blooms, which are unusual for trees of this species.
Despite the fact that the tree gets its name from the fact that its branches are fringed with white fur, you may also hear it referred to as a “Grancy Graybeard” or a “Man Beard” tree.
There are actually two varieties of this tree in the family. There is a male and a female variety of White Fringe Tree. These trees produce fruit clusters up to an inch in diameter, and the flowers of the plant look like olives in shape. At the end of the summer, the flowers will turn a dark navy blue color. Only female flowers can produce fruit drupes.
There are a lot of birds and wildlife around your house that look forward to the ripening of these fruits. It will be worthwhile setting a reminder to keep your eyes on these fruits so you don’t miss out on the show.
You might know that Lilac shrubs are popular among homeowners, but what if you want to stand out from the rest? There’s a new twist to the Lilac shrub. It is much taller and wider than other Lilac trees, making it the perfect addition to your garden. This super-sized version of the Ivory Silk Lilac Tree still has fragrant blooms.
An ivory silk lilac tree that makes a huge impact at home is the perfect way to bring your love for Lilacs to life. A foot-long panicle of liquid golden flowers appears late in June, not on the flowering shrub, but on this little tree.
In the early summer, this Lilac tree is a great addition to your Lilac collection, as it extends the season of bloom well past the end of other Lilacs’ bloom season. Delicate, creamy white flower clusters fill the garden with a fresh, sweet fragrance.
Its large leaves will provide you with a refreshing shade after the blooms have faded. This is an extremely special type of Lilac, and you will know immediately that it is one of a kind. The Ivory Silk Lilac Tree will be densely covered in beautiful, dark green leaves throughout the summer season, making it such a pleasant sight during those hot summer days.
Despite the fact that it is deciduous, the bark of this tree is a rich reddish-brown color that adds texture and depth to your landscape even after the leaves have fallen. In the fall and winter, the bark of this tree turns a dark red color which gives it an even more pleasing appearance.
This magnificent, fragrant Lilac Tree variety is a perfect addition to any northern garden as an accent tree. You will receive plenty of compliments and questions from your neighbors and passersby if you plant this Lilac Tree variety in your garden.
As an ornamental tree, Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus) is easy to maintain and stylish. It is ideal for busy households. It is an ornamental tree that is one of the few winter-hardy trees that blooms all summer long with true-blue flower spikes. If you have a yard with this plant, you will be able to attract butterflies, also called “Flying Flowers.”
This tree is one of the most outstanding plants when it comes to its stunning beauty and outstanding qualities. The tree grows rapidly, and you can be sure that it is a multitrunked tree. You can grow this tree in your garden either by yourself or with the help of others.
Planting this tree has many benefits, including easy cultivation, drought tolerance, and disease resistance. You will be very pleased with the return you get on your investment with this tree (both in terms of dollars and time).
Chaste Tree is a sturdy, fragrant and handsome tree that can also be known as Monk Pepper in parts of the world. Its lustrous blue spikes will dazzle you as the summer heats up, and they will stay with you right up to autumntime.
It is not just a plant that has always been admired for the beauty of its blue-purple flowers, but the flowers of this tree were first cultivated as a medicine to impart purity in women. These flowers were considered as cures for excessive libido by medieval Europeans, and it came to be known as the “chaste tree.”
There are a number of Magnolia cultivars to choose from, but one of the most popular is Ann Magnolia (Magnolia x Ann’), the Magnolia which is often referred to as the “Queen of Magnolias”. Ann Magnolia has been growing in our landscapes for quite some time, and it’s no wonder why.
Ann is such an appealing addition to your yard that it deserves to be the center of attention in your backyard, a place to hide from prying eyes in your side yard, or a place to make a bold, beautiful statement in your front yard.
This compact, deciduous shrub works beautifully as a privacy screen, or you can train it to grow into a small tree to serve as a focal point near your front door or patio. This plant can be used in many ways in today’s smaller lots.
In contrast to other Magnolias, Ann blooms at about the same time as other species, but the flowers are beautiful and very fragrant. Although mid-spring cold snaps have the potential to damage the buds of some early spring bloomers, Ann gives you an extra period of time to forgive any damage.
Ann’s plant has many giant, fuchsia-colored, goblet-shaped blossoms which start off looking like tapered tulips. Upon opening up, the buds grow 7 to 9 inches long before turning into a tender white. You’ll be glad you waited. There are so many big, giant, fuchsia-colored blossoms on Ann’s plant that each branch tip has a tapered look. This bloom stands out against its white interior, and the deep red petals make a wonderful contrast.
It is an incredible display of blooms when Ann’s Flowers are in bloom just before the leaves emerge, making them amazing and stunning. If the weather remains cool during the blooming of the Ann’s Flowers, the flowers will last for much longer. The flower display is spectacular, hence make sure you place it where you can view it from indoors.