Trees that thrive in cramped quarters
This deciduous tree offers pink spring blossoms and purple fall/winter fruits. Grow one for curb appeal or two to flank a gate. Full sun, room for a 20-foot tree.
This camellia relative has a 10-foot-tall canopy. Midsummer white flowers and green foliage.
The camellia, an evergreen double-bloomer with gorgeous, vivid blossoms, is the best tree for a small yard.
This 15-foot-tall, 15-foot-wide magnolia is cold- and heat-tolerant. White, aromatic blooms emerge before spring foliage, but expect a green backdrop. Gorgeous
Royal Star Magnolia
this small crape myrtle's bloom and bark. The blooms have black foliage. Each shrub can grow 12 feet tall and 8 feet wide in full sun.
The 25-foot-tall Autumn Brilliance serviceberry. The South and Midwest love its white blossoms, copper red foliage, purple fruits, and light grey bark.
Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry
Dogwoods produce flower-like bracts in spring and red leaves and berries in autumn. This deciduous tree grows 20 feet tall and wide in partly to full sun.
Venus Dogwood Tree