Red flowering trees can add plenty of interest and elegance to your landscape. Red is a deep, sultry color that complements other plants of shades of yellow or orange to create a ‘hot’ border or with white or pink for a classic yet bold look. Landscaping trees add a great deal of value to your residential or commercial property. With their versatility, trees provide both practical and aesthetic benefits to your home and garden. Check what grow zone you live in and use it as a guide to help you find the best tree for your space.
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Gardeners love Crepe Myrtle flowering trees, and it shows because this tree has over 100 different varieties that range in size from dwarf, shrub, small, medium, and large. Each type has a signature shade of color to describe its blossoms. They produce beautiful summer flowers and deep fall colors. Many even have attractive bark that is very noticeable in the winter. Their eye-catching, year-round interest makes them perfect for any landscape.
Royal Purple Smoke Tree
Smoke Trees produce long-lasting, dramatic, smoke-like airy seed clusters backed by foliage that create a prized small tree or large accent shrub. Their foliage holds color all summer long and fades to a deeper color come autumn. Their red color is reliable, even in the summertime.
Cherokee Chief Dogwood Tree
Dogwood trees are well-known classics for any landscaped area. They are so popular that Virginia and Missouri chose these trees as their state tree. Use a Dogwood as a patio plant in a large container or specimen in your garden”s landscape. They come in many different sizes and as trees and shrubs. Dogwood trees are nearly impossible to go wrong with.