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Attractive Trees to Add to Your Winter Landscape

Attractive Trees to Add to Your Winter Landscape

We at Harford Tree have compiled a list of some charming trees that will improve and add to your landscape this winter!

Unless you are into winter sports here in Maryland, the month of February can be chilly, dreary, and windy. Enhance your overall landscape with the color of nature. Your friends at Harford Tree have compiled a list of some charming trees that will improve and add to your landscape this winter! Best of all, these trees will also attract a wide range of wildlife. While you get to watch the beauty unravel from the warmth of your home, why not improve and brighten your landscape. Read on to learn more!

American Holly Trees

The female holly produces red, bright berries in the winter that contrast with the white of freshly fallen snow and adds a spark of light to any landscape. American holly trees can grow around 50 feet tall and 20 feet wide. It has spiny, evergreen leaves that boast dense foliage, and its fruit, while poisonous to humans, can attract many different birds. It survives in full sun to partial shade and prefers well-drained soil. In order for the trees to produce red berries, you need both a female and male plant for cross-pollination, and therefore you might want to think about getting both if you like the pop of color.

Snowdrift Crabapple Tree

The snowdrift crabapple tree is one that is beautiful year-round. During the spring, its soft pink buds will turn a snowy white. In the autumn, its leaves will turn a shade of sun-kissed yellow that produces a red fruit that stays well into the winter. It can grow around 20 feet tall. This citrus-looking crabapple grows best in the sun and can be planted in many different soils as long as it is well-drained. It is a favorite amongst songbirds, rabbits, deer, and more.

Inkberry Tree

The slow-growing broadleaf evergreen shrub, known as the inkberry, is a popular tree to plant for the winter. It is short and usually only grows around five to eight feet tall with a spread of about five feet. The name is a reference to the dark blackberries that it produces. With sprouting beginning in the winter, the inkberries take a couple of freezes and thaws before it becomes palatable to birds. Once this happens, it will attract birds and bees. They’re an excellent choice for areas around wetlands since they prefer wet soil.

Tree Care and Maintenance from Harford Tree

Ready to have the beautiful yard you have always dreamed of? Harford Tree Experts & Landscaping, Inc has been in the business for decades, providing customers with quality work and quick responses all at the right price. We service the areas of Harford County, Baltimore County, Baltimore City areas including Bel Air, Fallston, Perry Hall, Towson, Essex, Parkville, White Marsh, and Middle River. For service during business hours, reach out to us or give us a call at 410-592-7321. We offer 24/7 emergency service as well, just give us a call at 443-250-6649. For updates about our business and more informative tips, follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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