Dogwood trees, like other trees and shrubs, vary massively in price according to the size of the specimen you are buying. The more time, work, and energy that has gone into growing a plant, means the more it is going to cost to purchase.
Japanese Dogwood is a type of ornamental, flowering tree, that also goes by the name of Kousa Dogwood and Chinese Dogwood. It is known for its ability to flower in abundance, with blooms which are actually made from leaf bracts rather than petals.
Date palm trees are exquisite landscape trees that also offer the benefit of providing healthy and delicious fruits. These palms have long been cultivated in tropical and subtropical climates around the world, and they continue to be one of the most popular palm trees to grow in these regions. Here we look at the history of Date palms, and how to care for them.
Palm trees are susceptible to a number of diseases, with some palms being more vulnerable than others. Here we reveal the key identifying factors of various palm tree diseases, and what you can do to protect your tree or manage the disease.
The leaves of the Dogwood tree are loved for the dense canopy of shade they provide throughout summer, and the spectacular display of color they put on throughout fall.
Small types of palm trees include the Needle Palm and Cat Palm that grow to around 6 feet in height, and the Dwarf Sugar Palm that does not extend beyond 8 feet tall.
In their native habitats or in ideal conditions, dogwoods are able to live for as long as 125 years. When conditions are not ideal, you can expect a dogwood tree to decline after just a few decades.
Dogwood trees are deciduous, flowering trees that add interest to the landscape throughout the year. They are favored among gardeners for their decorative qualities and the fact that they are very easy to care for.
Palm trees come in a broad range of sizes depending on their species and the conditions they are grown in. Small palm trees can have mature heights of just 6 feet when grown outside, while as houseplants, they can top out at just 1 foot tall. The tallest palm trees reach nearly 200 feet in height, though it’s more common for tall palms to extend to between 50 and 80 feet in height.
The Pink Dogwood tree is widely regarded as one of the most decorative types of deciduous trees amongst gardeners, thanks to its continual interest throughout all four seasons. Here we explore the best ways to care for a Pink Dogwood tree, along with other varieties of Pink Dogwood.
The Ponytail Palm is misleadingly named because it is not a palm at all, and in fact, it is not even a tree. Instead, it is a type of succulent that belongs to the Agave family, and it grows in desert, rainforest, and mountain environments. Here we explore the origins of the Ponytail Palm and delve into the best ways to care for it as both a garden specimen and as a houseplant.
The Acai Palm is native to the Amazon rainforest, primarily growing in Brazil but it can also be found in swamplands and floodplains across South America. It is an evergreen tree that has multiple tall and slender trunks, and long, elegant pinnate leaves.