Wholesale Nursery Company Has a Wide Selection of Bare Root Trees
Trees are the single most important species used in landscaping. They come in many different varieties, shapes, and forms. From flowering to shade to native, they are often a home owner’s favorite of everything in their yard.
Best for Shade: Having shade in your landscape provides some benefits. When correctly placed, shade trees can channel summer breezes, significantly reduce cooling and heating costs, screen unwanted views, and attract and maintain wildlife. In addition to their beauty and poetic inspiration, they add to the value of the property. It is vital to take time and select the ones that offer the best combination of qualities for you and your location.
The trees in your yard offer privacy, shade, and beauty; they often last longer than a lifetime. With the poplar, maple, and oaks, one can embark on the search for the perfect look for their yard, home or garden. A tree is a long-term investment; let Wholesale Nursery Company meet your needs.
Shade Trees Shade trees are an excellent investment for homeowners as a healthy, mature shade tree cannot only provide shade from Summer sunshine but can increase the value of a property when it comes time to sell the home. The decision to buy a shade tree is one that requires a little research but can provide a high focal point for a garden or yard that contains a significant amount of Fall color when the leaves change from green to brown and orange. Some of the best trees to provide shade in the Fall are maple trees and pin oak trees.
When positioned correctly shade trees do precisely what their name states, which is to provide shade for people and buildings when the heat of the Summer Sun is at its highest. Most deciduous trees, like Sugar Maple trees, are chosen to be shade trees to obtain extra Winter Sun when the leaves of the tree have been shed. When selecting a tree to buy that will provide shade the positioning of the tree becomes vital because when a tree grows adjacent to building it can provide shade that lowers the temperature in a building. By shading the property from Summer sunshine, the cooling costs for Summer months are reduced, and the extra Winter sunshine can reduce heating costs during cold months.
The best trees for providing shade are commonly those that grow between one and two feet per year making a young tree capable of providing shade within five to six years. Researchers claim trees that grow faster than two feet per year struggle to produce with healthy bark and require a significant amount of water and nutrient s from the soil. Positioning maple trees and other deciduous trees not too close to other trees or plants can ensure healthy growth of all the plants in a yard without too much competition for nutrients between different trees and plants.
When placing a tree for specific shade considerations need to be undertaken, such as the position in the yard and utility wires that may come into contact with the tree. Overhead utility wires are usually placed 20 feet above the ground meaning pin oak trees that grow up to 70 feet should not be positioned below utility wires. Most trees planted for shade, such as Sugar Maple trees grow roots that spread underground up to three times as large as the canopy with the root system taken into consideration when planting the tree.
Purchasing and planting these trees can provide benefits not only for the homeowner but the environment as well. Wildlife often live and breed in trees, and the falling leaves contain a significant amount of material for a compost pile; trees are also valuable as they can improve the quality of air in an area by taking in carbon monoxide and turning it into oxygen.