Fragrant shrubs enchant us with their pleasant perfumes, flowers treat our eyes to bold, vibrant colors and lush green grass excites our toes. Flowers and trees are part of God’s beautiful creations that always make the place more welcoming with their presence. So you can make your entrance more welcoming and attractive with awesome landscaping. It is easy to appreciate the eye-catching sights and smells afforded by lawns and landscapes, but did you know their real value lies in the selection of trees by you? Yes, only well-managed landscapes will offer tremendous benefits for you and for the environment. These ornamental trees with beautiful leaves attract the human eye and improve the landscaping.


Most of these pretty small ornamental trees rise to 25 feet only and provide a little shade. These trees’ main purpose is to add beauty and accent and to offer your lawn an awesome look rather than providing shade. There are plenty of beautiful ornamental trees available that include Hawthorne, magnolias, flowering pear, flowering plum, Canadian red cherry, flowering dogwood, flowering crabapple, tri-colored beaches, and much more.

Crabapples: Prairiefire, Royal Raindrops, Red Jewel

Only a few plants can give eye-catching look or a great visual during all the seasons and crabapples are one among them. Mainly during the spring season, these trees attract the human eye with tempting colors and beautiful buds and leaves. These tree buds that are not opened yet can just give you the idea of in what color they will exist. Finally, when the bud emerges as flowers, other hues are revealed in a spectacular flower display. And when the autumn period arrives, these fruit and foliage get transformed to exactly set the artist’s palette colors. Finally during winter, the snow accents this tree’s fruits and branches shapes. These crabapples are also called “jewels of the landscape” because of their awesome features.

Japanese Tree Lilac
Japanese Tree Lilac is the best tree for tough sites. These are classified as showy ornamental trees because of their extremely beautiful look. With 25 inches in height and 15 inches in width, this tree is popularly called a problem-free tree also. The fragrant white flower clusters on this tree can be up to 15 inches in length, and they generally bloom in late spring to early summer.

Serviceberry autumn brilliance

These Serviceberries are one of the best specimens that looks great with any of the landscaping plans. They grow as a beautiful white flowers during the early spring season and will have berry bunches that birds love. With a length of nearly 18 inches and a width of 16 inches, their fall color is attractive red or orange. These trees are not only beautiful but are also problem-free.