Trees That You Should Never Plant In Your Yard
As a homeowner who wants to improve your yard by adding trees, you may only consider the beauty that a tree will add to your property. However, if you do this, you will realize later that beauty comes at a price—too much care, attention, shedding leaves, and just requiring too much of your time. Probably you don’t want to spend all your time taking care of a tree. Some trees can thrive without bringing much trouble. So why grow ones that will come at a cost? The best way is to avoid them and never plant them in your yard despite how beautiful they may look.
Here are some of the trees you should consider overlooking their attractiveness and just avoid planting them.
Of course, cottonwood requires very little maintenance after it is established. But you do not want to plant a tree prone to rotting and getting unstable in storm weather. When grown near a property, these trees may fall and cause more damage without prior warning.
Besides, these trees are easily infected by insects and pests, making them more costly to keep healthy.
While you may consider this fast-growing tree that towers the heights of your landscape within a short time to offer great shade during summer, wind and storm make it hazardous.
The Bradford pear branches are weak and easily snap, which can be dangerous for nearby properties.
As the tree matures, you will also need frequent pruning to prevent its branches from splitting.
Worst, it produces stinky white flowers that you will definitely not like in your yard and around your home.
The mulberry produces huge amounts of pollen, which attracts insects and silkworms to your yard. Although they are a great option to provide shade during summer, it will be hard for you to enjoy its shade with the worms attacking it and some even falling.
Ginkgo trees have become so famous for their unique nature. However, the female version has been avoided for some reasons. The fruits from a female Ginkgo are very smelly and messy, often falling on your yard, patio, and even the walkways. With a height of up to 80 feet, its fruits can fall heavily and damage any nearby properties.
Also known as the silk tree, Mimosa attracts many woodland creatures into the yard with its scent. They also produce toxic seed pods that may harm children and pets.
Mimosa’s weak wood makes it more fragile during strong winds and storms.
This tree has shallow roots that travel wide and far to seek water and nutrients. Shallow roots are always a threat to your sewer system, drainage, and walkways. The roots will often cause havoc to the structures of your house if you plant them.
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While you should avoid these trees, there are better alternatives that will give the beauty that you are seeking for. From cedar, dogwood, apple, and holly tree.
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