The Best Shade Trees
Trees are a great way of adding to the aesthetic of your lawn; large, broad, and beautiful, they can cut a new outline of your estate. But what if these trees could also benefit you regarding the livability of your home? Shade trees can reduce the energy costs and improve the air and water quality of your home. But just as everything else, not all these trees are created equal, and some are better off not being added to your lawn.
Forest Through the Trees
Here is a list of some of your top choices for best shade trees for your lawn.
Oak - A classic sight on many estates, these large and wide-spreading branch trees have more than 60 species available for you to use. This will allow you to have a unique tree on your lawn and offer up quite a lot of comforting shade.
Hornbeam - This is a robust and low maintenance shade tree. Its leaves will turn yellow to red as the seasons advance and is more heat tolerant than most other trees.
Maple - Everyone’s favorite syrup comes from a very reliable shade tree. They are full of branch and promise a beautiful variety of reds in the fall.
Zelkova - The Japanese cousin to the elms, this vibrant green tree is resistant to Dutch elm disease.
Tulip Tree - One of the most massive trees in North America, it earns its name from the cup-shaped flowers that bloom on from it.
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