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A Guide to Planting Trees A great way of enhancing the attractiveness and beauty of a landscape and attractive wildlife is through planting of trees. When choosing the kind of trees to plant and the time to plant them, many factors are considered. It is advisable to first do research on the best trees for your landscape before you go the nursery to purchase the planting materials. The function of the trees, adaptability to the landscape and their size are some of the things to consider before buying. Tree indigenous to a landscape do better because they are adapted to the conditions of the landscape. Native trees will do well in the soil, temperature, water, light and pest conditions of a place. In attracting supporting wildlife such as bees, birds and butterflies, native trees do a better job than trees that are not native. This is in addition to maintaining the heritage of the local landscape. Only tough trees that are adaptable can do well in Utah because the climate here is arid and the winters are cold. This however does not mean that only trees native to Utah can do well here. Trees from other regions of the world that are arid or dry do very well in Utah. Choose trees to plant according to the function that you intend for them. The functions served by trees vary from water conservation, soil erosion control on steep landscapes, blocking of noise and views that are not desired and also for attracting birds, insects and mammals. If you are looking to block unwanted noise and undesired view, plant trees that grow dense foliage, for controlling soil erosion, the best trees to plant are those that grow low and provide better ground cover.
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The fit and positioning of the tree to the landscape should also be a consideration when planting trees. Depending on the size of your garden, choose trees that fit in the garden both in size and form. You do not want to plant that will grow to block your house or draining system or a desired view. Planting trees that grow to be big too close to buildings or power lines is also not advisable as they will cause problems when they grow.
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It is also a good idea to have seasonal considerations when planting trees. Consider the changes in the foliage, seed head display and bloom of the trees during spring, summer and fall. To ensure that no part of your garden looks bare, incorporate the different timings of the trees through the seasons.