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 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 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

Trees benefit the environment in several ways. First, like plants, they engage in the process of photosynthesis. When sunlight strikes chlorophyll in a leaf, it initiates a process which ultimately releases oxygen from carbon dioxide and water. This natural process helps create the oxygen in the air breathed by animals and humans.

Second, trees help prevent soil erosion. Their roots sometimes extend deep into the ground, anchoring the trunk in place and also compacting loose earth in the immediate vicinity. This beneficial activity remains one reason why forest managers seek to re-plant the vegetation in areas impacted by forest fires. Erosion significantly increases the risk of mudslides in damaged areas. The growth of new saplings in a location helps hold loose soil in place.

Third, these plants supply an important cooling role in most yards and gardens. When aerial photographers snap thermal images of cities, for example, the areas covered by pavement and asphalt appear a few degrees warmer than locations filled with plant life. To some extent, leafy branches furnish not only shade but cooler ground coverings than human-made structures.

Fourth, rapidly growing trees sometimes serve as natural windbreaks. In rural locations, residents seeking to reduce the impact of heavy winds on homes and livestock shelters plant multiple tight rows to serve as barriers against blowing debris and gusting breezes. Many species of evergreens offer particular value in this respect.

Fourth, these important plants serve a vital aesthetic role in landscaping. Whether deciduous or evergreen, the beauty of green, vibrant leaves and flowering branches helps decorate a lawn in a truly eye-catching way. Lovely and available in a multitude of sizes, colors, and conformations, they play an essential role in enhancing the "curb appeal" of homes and businesses.

Fifth, tree-trunks and fruits offer significant, highly sustainable, natural resources. Many builders rely upon lumber as an essential construction material. Harvested fruits feed humans and wildlife.