6 Fast Growing Trees For Your Yard

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Fast Growing Trees

A house bordered by trees will simply look stunning. There is nothing as enjoyable as sitting under the canopy of a tree, which is also the best way to beat the summer heat. However, if your yard is treeless, you can plant some fast-growing trees that provide shade.

Here Are 6 Fast Growing Trees For Your Yard:

Weeping Willow

Dramatic and graceful, the weeping willow could spring up to eight to ten feet per year. This romantic favourite prefers to be near water, but it can grow in drier conditions too. It can also prevent erosion.

Weeping Willow

Acer Rubrum

From fiery vegetation in fall to red blooms in spring, Acer Rubrum will bring an exotic appeal to your yard. Known by various names such as soft maple, red maple, scarlet maple and water maple, Acer Rubrum tops the list as a shade tree for landscapes. Under full sun, it can spread up to 35 feet.

Acer Rubrum

Paulownia Tomentosa

This Empress tree will offer delicate blooms on reaching 15 feet high, which spreads the fragrance of jasmine in the air. However, the tree may not thrive in all locations.

Paulownia Tomentosa

Zelkova Serrata

Zelkova is related to the Elm tree, but the tormenting disease known as Dutch Elm does not affect it. It grows rapidly into vase shape with beautiful golden foliage.

Zelkova Serrata


Wax Myrtle

Also known as, Bayberry, Wax Myrtle is a drought resistant tree that grows to almost 5-feet per year until it reaches fifteen feet. This is a perfect height to create privacy and shade in the yard.

Wax Myrtle

Hybrid Poplars

Slender, tall and flexible, Hybrid Poplars can endure wild storms. It can soar up to the height of three stories in just 5 years. These elegant looking trees look incredible bordering the driveway.

Hybrid Poplars

Northern Catalpa

Also popular as the Catawba or the cigar tree, Northern Catalpa has beautiful large showy blossoms. It is an added attraction to have this tree in your garden.

Northern Catalpa

 

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