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Here is a look into what might be good for a smaller yard. These trees are really pretty, they’re popular and most have really pretty colors. Most of them grow to be about 20-30 feet in height. 1. Japanese Maple 2. Crabapple 3.Redbud 4. Flowering Dogwood 5. Golden Chain Tree …
The Rising Sun™ Eastern Redbud Tree
Rising Sun Redbud (Springhill Nursery) Zones 5-9, 12′-15′ tall, 10′ wide, sun/part shade not full sun. The leaf colors are spectacular, with new growth starting apricot, graduating to vivid gold, and finally to bright green. Its tough constitution lets it withstand drought, heat, poor soil and pollution, while the leaves are impervious to sunburn. Excellent for wildlife.
Serviceberry Offers Three Seasons of Color
Serviceberry is rare in that it offers interest in every season. Light: Sun,Part Sun,Shade Zones: 2-9 Plant Type: Tree,Shrub Plant Height: 6-25 feet tall Plant Width: 4-20 feet wide Landscape Uses: Beds & Borders Special Features: Flowers,Fall Color,Attracts Birds,Drought Tolerant, Easy to Grow.
How to Add Fall Color to Your Garden With the Amur Maple
Amur Maple (Acer ginnala) - 3-8. 20-30' tall, a upright, rounded, finely branched growth, excellent for small yards, young rapid grow if it receives water and fertilizer, Flame' and 'Embers' = red or orange fall leaves, neutral pH may develop iron chlorosis, full sun .