Maples are everones favorite,Try one of these top varieties.Shade trees can beautify your yard,reduce energy costs,and improve air quailty. These are the most poplar Red Maple trees due to their dependable fall color and vigorous growth.
Leptospermum ‘Copper Sheen’ Species: Leptospermum nitidum Common Name: Tea Tree Position: Full sun to part shade Height: 2m Spread: 2m Description Leptospermum ‘Copper Sheen’ is a tough, fast growing Australian native shrub to small tree with coppery-bronze foliage. Masses of fragrant creamy-yellow flowers are produced in mid-Summer.
Fraxinus americana Ash White is a fast-growing, low-care, multipurpose landscape tree that adapts to almost any conditions. A great shade tree and has good autumn foliage of yellow to purple colourings. Prefers full sun to part shade position. Grows 6m high x 6m%...
Pin Oak - Quercus palustris - North American Insects & Spiders
Pin Oak – Quercus palustrisPins put the pin in pin oak. Also commonly called swamp oak, water oak, and swamp Spanish oak.Family Fagaceae – Beech, Chinkapin and Oak The thin structures at the ends of the leaf lobes are called "pins." Pin oak, also called swamp oak, water oak, and swamp Spanish oak, is a […]
Monkeypod or Saman Tree (Samanea saman) Large fast-growing evergreen shade tree with magnificent spreading crown, native to rainforest where it grows over 100 ft tall w/ spread of 200 ft (usually less outside rainforest),leaves fold together at night during rain. Powder puff flowers in white, yellow or pink, heaviest bloom in summer. Seed pods are 12-18 inches long. Edible, but fun to rattle when dry (we did as kids). Zones 10-11. Great, really huge shade tree.
Chestnut - Castanea sativa This magnificent fast growing deciduous shade tree provides abundant crops of tasty low fat nuts, perfect for roasting in autumn. Beautiful summer flower spikes produce these delicious shiny brown nuts, enclosed in a bristly case. Plant in groups to ensure pollination, and you will be rewarded with a first harvest after a few short years. Drought tolerant once established.