Lavender, pink, or white 6- to 12-inch flower spikes appear from summer through autumn on this tree. It does best in well-draining soil in direct sunlight.
The 30-foot-tall Chinese witch hazel tree is one of the earliest blossoming trees in the world. In late winter, its varieties yield 1.5-inch fragrant yellow blooms
With an average height of 8 to 25 feet, the crape myrtle has peeling bark and colorful fall foliage. You should plant it in full sun in a moist alkaline soil with good drainage.
In spite of the red in its name, the redbud's sweet-pea-like blossoms can range from rose to pinkish-lavender to purple. Sand and well-draining, sandy soil is ideal for the tree.
The empress' blossoms are some of the most spectacular among the blossom trees. The trumpet-shaped, yellow-striped lavender flowers of this plant have a vanilla scent.
The deciduous flowering crabapple, between 10 and 30 feet tall and has single or double white, pink, or red spring blooms.
A prominent evergreen shrub in the southeastern and gulf coast regions, the Japanese camellia can reach heights of 6–12 feet. White, pink, or red blossoms cover the plant.
In height, they reach between 15 and 25 feet and have single, semidouble or double blooms that emerge against bark that is the color of a polished mahogany table.
While the star magnolia may grow up to 24 feet tall, its 3 to 5 inch-wide blossoms make it an ideal specimen for a container garden.