It’s a win-win for everyone to maintain trees: This addition to your home will increase its value, provide you with some shade (and perhaps fruit as well), and purify the air by absorbing carbon dioxide and converting it into clean oxygen.
It’s time to move forward. It’s time to bring that dull or mismanaged corner of your backyard to life with a colourful tree, or it’s time to hide from the prying eyes of your neighbours with a privacy tree. Even though adding a tree to your landscape may seem like an easy decision, with several hundred types of trees in Australia, the decision can be overwhelming.
You can choose trees with the right characteristics in your landscaping design by determining the purposes of the trees in your design. This will help you narrow down your choices.
In selecting trees for planting in your backyard, you should take into consideration some of the following factors:
What you hope the tree will do for you:
It is important to consider what your trees will accomplish for you. The main purpose of trees might be to improve your home’s visual appeal, but they also serve other purposes. For instance, they can provide us with benefits like filtering out pollutants, reducing noise, shielding homes with sun and wind, creating shady outdoor areas, blocking unpleasant smells and views, increasing the property’s market value, and reducing glare from surrounding structures.
When it Comes to Trees, Which Ones Will Look Best?
It is important to determine what types of trees will look great in your yard. If you don’t have much space, you shouldn’t plant a big tree that will eat up the whole property. Additionally, if you live near obstacles such as overhead power lines, you should choose a tree that will not grow into them. Therefore, consider the aesthetics and feasibility when selecting a tree for your yard.
A Tree’s Performance in Your Climate
To choose the right tree for your home, you need to consider the weather and growing conditions. Your home may be in an area prone to dry weather, so you should pick a tree that can withstand hot temperatures and little water. By forcing a tree to thrive in a climate it isn’t suited for, you will only waste time, effort and money.
Make sure you choose your trees wisely, so you don’t become a “don’t example” with a tree that takes over your landscape and adds too much shade to your lawn.
All residential, corporate and government clients of Same Day Tree Works are assisted in managing, preserving and renewing the tree population in our urban areas with an emphasis on protecting the native tree species in Australia.