Choosing Trees for Planting Tree planting is a good and important way of enhancing the attractiveness and beauty of a landscape and gardens and also a great way of attracting wildlife. The type of trees to plant and the time to plant should be considered before you decide to start the planting. Researching on the type of trees that would suit your landscape is a good idea before heading to the nursery to buy. These factors include the adaptability of the trees to the landscape, their size and the function of the trees. It is recommended that you choose trees that are native to the landscape as they are more adaptable to the environment. Indigenous species are normally suited by the soil, temperature, water conditions and the pest and diseases of the particular area. Exotic trees are not able to attract and support the wide range of insects, birds and mammals that are supported by native trees. Indigenous trees also help maintain the local landscape and heritage. Only tough trees that are adaptable can do well in Utah because the climate here is arid and the winters are cold. This however does not mean that only trees native to Utah can do well here. Trees from other regions of the world that are arid or dry do very well in Utah. The trees you plant should also be guided by the intended function. People plant trees for different purposes including blocking unwanted views and noise, conservation of water and energy, controlling of soil erosion, beauty and attraction of wildlife. To block undesirable views and block noise, the best trees to plant are those that grow thick and dense tree cover while those that grow low provide the best option for controlling soil erosion.
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Another consideration when planting trees is the fit of the tree to your garden or landscape. Depending on the size of your garden, choose trees that fit in the garden both in size and form. Planting a tree that is not well positioned or does not fit in your garden may result in blocking of your house, drainage or a view that is desirable. To avoid problems in the future when the trees are fully grown, avoid growing big trees too close to power lines or your house.
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When choosing trees to plant, consider the seasonal changes in the trees. Consider the changes in the foliage, seed head display and bloom of the trees during spring, summer and fall. To ensure that no part of your garden looks bare, incorporate the different timings of the trees through the seasons.

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