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Fringe tree

Enhance your garden with the beauty of fringe trees. Explore different varieties and learn how to grow and care for these stunning flowering trees.
I take it all back. THIS one is my favorite. Chionanthus virginicus!!! Took me years to find it, and it established quickly and the bloom season is growing longer every year. Good job, tree. Deciduous Trees, Trees And Shrubs, Flowering Trees, Trees To Plant, Garden Shrubs, Garden Trees, Garden Plants, Native Garden, Native Plants

November is a great time to plant trees in Georgia. Our plentiful winter rains and cool temperatures help woody plants like trees and shrubs get off to a good start. In the last couple of weeks I have profiled two trees that have characteristics that I think people appreciate. The first one was about a fast growing tree that is also beautiful: scarlet oak (Quercus coccinea). The second one was about a tree that is a winner for birds and is attractive for you: serviceberry (Amelanchier spp.)…

Christine McCracken
Flowering Shrubs, Deciduous Trees, Trees And Shrubs, Long Blooming Perennials, Shade Perennials, Pollinator Garden, Perennial Garden, Cypress Mulch, Shrubs For Privacy

American Fringe Trees The American White Fringe Tree or Chionanthus virginicus is native to portions of the southern states up the eastern seaboard to south-eastern Pennsylvania. They generally grow to heights of 20 to 25 feet in the landscape and up to 15 feet wide. They typically flower in the Spring and into early s

Valerie F