Red banana, Abyssinian banana, Ethiopian banana. Super... more
Pride of De Kaap, Nasturtium Bauhinia - compact shrub... more
Kalahari White Bauhinia, Koffiebeesklou. Bauhinia... more
Tree Wisteria, Vanwykshout, Mogaba. This decorative,... more
Jamaican Rain Tree. Rare slow growing plant, can be... more
Pride of Barbados, Dwarf Poinciana, Peacock flower,... more
Absolutely NEW perfume plant! This amazing flower... more
Winter Starburst, Fireworks. Large bush or small tree... more
This graceful shrub grows up to 7 ft and has pointed... more
Yellow Geiger tree. Ever-blooming small tree with... more
Cordia sebestena - Scarlet (Orange) Geiger tree. Showy... more
Snows of Kilimanjaro, Pascuita, Snowflake Tree. Rare... more
This unique hybrid is very rare and hard to find.... more
Golden Gardenia Kula - very rare tropical gardenia.... more
Grimal Jaboticaba - Peluda de Alagoas. Rare Jaboticaba... more
Jaboticaba. One of the most popular native fruit of... more
Physic Nut, Purging Nut. This pretty landscape bush... more
Peregrina is an evergreen shrub or small tree with... more
Coral Jatropha - small, miniature tree or medium size... more
Macaranga, Bingabing Nasturtium Tree, Parasol Leaf... more
Barbados-Cherry, Acerola. The best source of vitamin... more
Neea, Saltwood, Pigeon Plum, Hoja de Salat. Rare in... more
Madagascar Palm - a weird succulent with a thick,... more
Candle Tree, Guajilote, Guahalote. This highly ornamental... more
Very pretty apricot colored flower - rare collectable... more
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The truth is that there is no single answer that is right for everyone. Since you are on this page, we will assume you have a small yard and want to know about trees for small yards. There are many small trees to choose from. Some are flowering and look well when planted with other flowering plants to give your front yard the look that the whole neighborhood will envy. There are some small decorative trees for the front yard that can be planted closer to the house than others. Be sure to find out how big your tree will get and give it enough room to grow. Another thing to consider about planting trees in the yard is the location of your septic drain field if you have one. It is best to avoid planting there as tree roots can cause issues with your drain field leading to costly repairs.
There are many trees that work well as shade trees for small yards. The Bauhinia family of trees will grow large enough to give you some nice shade and also some beautiful flowers. These make great shade trees for small backyards or front yards. Again check to see how large the tree will get when it is full grown and make sure it has enough room.
Yes! When looking for the best privacy trees for small yards, you should look for trees that are either upright in growth and plant them a little closer together or trees that can also be grown as a bush. Some trees are trained to grow on a single trunk and others have many stems or small trunks coming from the ground. These are the ones that are considered a bush style tree and they will fill in to block views from the outside.
Many of tropical plants for smal spaces are available for purchase in our online store. We ship all across the USA. If you are in the Southwest Florida, Ft. Myers area, the best way to find the perfect tropical plant is to visit our Garden Center located at 13890 Orange River Blvd., Ft. Myers, FL 33905. Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff will help you select the best plants for your personal situation.