Apple trees come in a wide variety of varieties, all of which have stunning flowers. Trees often begin producing fruit after three or five years.
The chaste tree produces lavender blossoms. Pruning is required on a regular basis, and well-drained soil is ideal for growing this tree.
Flowering almond trees produce pink or white blossoms. A wet, rich, and acidic soil is ideal for this plant. It can be grown in full sun or partial shade.
Beautiful white, pink or crimson or lavender flowers grow on this tree throughout the summer. Planting it in partial shade may result in fewer blooms.
A Kousa dogwood may thrive in a wide range of conditions. In the spring, the blossoms can be white or pink, and in the autumn, the red fruits appear.
There are big, fragrant white blossoms on this tree. A moist, well-drained acidic soil is ideal for growing them.
Flowers on this tree are white and fragrant. In wet, well-drained soil, it thrives in either full sun or light shade, so plan your planting accordingly.
White blooms bloom in the spring, followed by crimson berries in the fall. Despite its common name, this tree has no thorns.
Floral displays on this tree can range from white to pink to purple to lavender to violet in coloration. They prefer full light and well-drained soil.