White Flowering Trees?


There are many different types of white flowering trees. A few are the White Dogwood, Yoshino Cherry, and the Cleveland Pear Tree. The White Dogwood will grow up to 25 feet high and can have a 25-foot spread. It grows in hardiness regions 5 – 9. The Yoshino will grow up to 50 feet high and may have a spread up to 40 feet. It grows best in hardiness regions 5 – 8. The Cleveland Pear tree may grow to upwards of 30 feet and have a 20-foot spread. It grows best in hardiness regions 4 – 8.
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Identification Guide for Flowering Trees
Trees that produce flowers are among the most valued of ornamentals. There are even many species of trees growing in the wild that are capable of flowering. Identifying flowering trees is a task best attempted when they're in bloom.... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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There are several different types of white flowering trees. These include the White Dogwood Tree, the Kousa Dogwood Tree, the Yoshino Cherry Tree, the Cleveland Pear Tree, and the Autumn Cherry Tree. Other white flowering trees include the Japanese Snowball Tree, and the White Weeping Cherry Tree. Most of these trees can be found at nurserys, Lowe's, Home Depot, as well as other lawn and garden stores. Prices can range between $8.00 to over $100 depending on the tree, and depending on where you purchase it from.
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