Trees

Trees

 How Trees Are Beneficial In Landscaping

 

When planning for a beautifully landscaped yard, you consider all of the plants and flowers that you desire, but sometimes trees are forgotten. Trees protect the atmosphere and the environment of an area. They can be pleasing to the eye while offering much-needed nutrients to other plant life. Humans benefit greatly from the many resources provided by trees. One of the significant benefits of having trees as part of your landscape is the climate control. The atmosphere is full of excess carbon dioxide which can pose a potential danger. The trees absorb the elements, remove the carbon, and releases the oxygen back into the atmosphere.

Trees also help to cleanse the air by absorbing the gases in many pollutants, and many other odors. The trees trap and filter these gases in the leaves and bark, and contain them to protect human, animal, and plant life. These pollutants are ammonia, nitrogen oxide, ozone, and sulfur dioxide. Trees can also help cool the city, streets, and homes by providing shade. Ample trees in an area can bring the temperature down by at least ten degrees. Trees are known to conserve energy. By having a landscaped yard with trees place strategically in the right places, the house will remain cool, thus eliminating the need for high power usage of the air conditioner.

Trees will help save water, and prevent water pollution. The shade from the trees will improve slow down water evaporation, and reduce runoff of rainwater by allowing it to run down its bark and into the earth. Trees help guard against much of the soil erosion that takes place. There leaves and branches prevent children from receiving too much ultraviolet rays. A personal benefit of trees is that they provide food. Fruit and nut trees are particularly individual to have in the garden or as part of the landscaping theme. Trees are precious to the environment.

The Burr Oak is Native to the eastern and central portions of North America. It is sometimes referred to as the mossycup or mossycup white oak. This tree is one of largest of the oaks and can have a trunk with a diameter of 10 feet or more. This tree will produce shade in the summer as well as acorns in the fall, which will be an attraction for wildlife.

Burr Oak

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Oak Trees

Oak Trees

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Sourwood trees are wonderful trees that acquire their magnificence the mid year's warmth months. These trees, not at all like numerous others don't sprout until the warmth of summer. The Sourwood's sprouts tree are vast and white coming in little bunches. These little sprouts are fragrant and go with the dark green clears out.

Sourwood

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