Three Different Types of Trees Commonly Found in Garden

Gardens are one of nature’s greatest gifts to us; providing beauty, serenity, and peace to our lives. Trees play an integral role in any garden; adding further beauty, shelter and habitat for wildlife while adding something truly unique and different from one tree to the next. Here are three of the more commonly seen garden trees as well as their¬†advantages and disadvantages.

maple tree

The Maple Tree is an attractive feature in gardens due to its vibrant array of red and yellow leaves that turn bright shades of red, orange and yellow in autumn when their leaves fall. As well as providing lovely shades during spring and summer seasons, certain species even make perfect indoor plants! With fast-growing trees comes regular pruning needs; dead branches should always be cut back.

Birch Tree

Birch Trees make an elegant choice for gardens – their slim profile, white bark and delicate foliage make an eye-catching accent in any yard. Since they grow quickly and provide shade quickly as well as beauty quickly; however they’re susceptible to disease and damage without proper care; therefore they prefer moist yet well-draining locations; therefore not suitable in every garden setting.

Oak tree

Oak trees make an elegant addition to any garden, offering many advantages ranging from providing natural shade and producing acorns that attract wildlife (birds to squirrels) through providing shelter to being exceptionally hardy; although regular pruning will keep it looking its best.

All these trees can bring great advantages to gardens. Each species offers different advantages and drawbacks: If you prefer trees with striking foliage like maple and birch; while oak provides strong support with minimal upkeep. But no matter your decision – any one of these magnificent specimens can bring beauty into any garden!