You only need one 5-in-1 apple tree to reap a large harvest of five different apples.
Endless Summer Hydrangeas live up to their name, blooming massive pink or blue mophead flowers on both old and new wood all summer long.
Everbearing mulberry trees yield abundant crops of delicious mulberries in just a few years, perfect for snacking, baking, and more.
Lavender rhododendrons make a striking statement with their deep lilac bell-shaped blooms in spring and their leathery evergreen foliage that lasts year-round.
Jane Magnolia trees are vigorous, blooming massive colorful flowers even in cold climates.
Convenient and elegant, Stella cherry trees self-pollinate to yield juicy, delicious dark red fruit.
Yoshino cherry trees bloom a fragrant cloud of whitish-pink blossoms earlier in spring than many other cherry varieties.
Windmill palm trees can add a taste of the tropics to your garden even in a temperate climate like Washington state.
Pink weeping cherry trees are not only stunning and elegant ornamentals—they are also exceptionally low-maintenance and hardy.
Bing cherry trees are the gold standard of dark sweet cherries.
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Bloomerang lilac trees’ beautiful purple blossoms wow twice a year.
Twilight Crape Myrtle trees can grow to be as tall as 25 feet. Learn more about these trees in this guide.
Cold-hardy Mexicola avocado trees promise 30 pounds of delicious, nutty fruit in just a few years—even in cooler parts of the country.
Kwanzan cherry trees’ deep pink double-blossoms and stunning leaves are perfect for the National Cherry Blossom Festival—and your very own yard.
Arbequina olive trees are low-maintenance, producing bumper crops of antioxidant-rich, versatile black olives as early as their second year after planting.
Autumn cherry trees reveal their stunning pink-white blossoms in early spring—and do an encore in fall.
Leyland cypress trees are low-maintenance, fast-growing evergreens that create excellent living fences in just a few seasons.
Tri-color dappled willow trees are stunning, with gracefully arched branches and new growth that shifts from a lustrous pale pink to whitish-green.
The 4-in-1 cherry tree offers a delightful abundance of flavors all in one tree, perfect for compact spaces and narrow yards.
Weeping willow trees are a classic for a reason—these gently arching beauties add drama and elegance to any landscape.
Hass avocado trees yield delicious, creamy, nutty fruit and account for 80% of the avocados eaten worldwide.
Emerald Green Arborvitae are hardy, resilient trees that can stand up to drought, insects, and extreme temperatures—all while making excellent accent trees, foundation plants, or privacy screens.
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If you’re looking for your next home gardening project, consider purchasing an everbearing strawberry plant. In this guide, we’ll explore the appearance, planting process, and maintenance tips for this plant.
If you want to plant a low-maintenance fruit tree, consider the Brown Turkey fig. In this guide, we’ll explore what a Brown Turkey fig tree looks like, how to plant one, and what diseases threaten its ability to survive.
There are over 300 peach tree varieties out there, making it difficult to know which will grow best in your backyard. Read our guide on the Harvester peach tree to learn if this tree will thrive in your garden.
The bonanza patio peach tree is perfect for those who live in smaller spaces and want to produce homegrown peaches. Read our guide to learn how to care for a Bonanza patio peach tree and where to buy one.
Dwarf cavendish banana trees can grow indoors and outdoors and produce large bunches of bananas every harvesting season. Read our guide to learn how to grow a healthy Dwarf Cavendish banana tree.