This attractive tree is underutilized, but it is a resistant alternative to the American elm, susceptible to various diseases and pests. It is a native Japanese that grows quickly with a very pleasant bark and vase-shaped branches. Real estate property
This native shrub has fragrant clusters of white flowers that turn into purple berries in the fall. You can make jam or share with them with the birds. Plant several as a privacy screen or one as a focal point.
Dense branches, purple flowers and new bronze growth make the apple tree a favorite of the old days. It doesn’t get huge, so it works well in smaller yards. Plant as a sample or in bunches.
9 chaste tree
This little-known little beauty grows quickly with clusters of beautiful, fragrant blue-purple flowers in the summer. It can be pruned to obtain a view of multiple trunks.
10 Chinese pistachios
This medium-sized tree has a good round shape and an incredible autumn color, ranging from bright orange to red. And it’s not confusing: Chinese pistachios don’t give nuts like their cousins, pistachios.