Planting a tree – or several trees – is a smart investment for your commercial or residential property. Trees can add both value to your property, and enjoyment to the space.
If you are adding a tree or trees in your yard, they can provide shade you will love to spend time in, and beauty that you can enjoy both inside and outside your home.
For commercial properties, trees can help reduce energy costs, block and unattractive view and even contribute to a more positive and productive workplace atmosphere.
When you make the decision to plant a tree, it is likely that it will remain in place for the remainder of your life – and beyond. As a result, you need to make the most of your investment by selecting the right tree to plant. To ensure you make the right choice consider the information here.
What Type of Tree to You Want?
One of the first things you should think about when selecting a tree is why you are planting it and what you want from it. Are you planting the tree for shade? Do you want to add some type of aesthetic appeal to your space? Is a flowering or fruit tree appealing? Knowing what you want will help you narrow down the possible options available.
How Large is the Tree Going to Get?
Keep in mind, you are planting a sapling now, but it isn’t going to stay that small forever. In some cases, it can be difficult to imagine how big the tree you are planting will eventually be. However, it is crucial that you consider the mature size of the tree you are planting before you put it in the ground. For example, will it eventually block a view you love? Or be in the way of power lines? Also, consider where the shade from the tree will fall.
How Fast is the Tree Going to Grow?
Another factor that you might want to consider is how fast the tree is going to grow that you are planting. Every tree has its own growth rte. Before you plant it, you need to understand that a fast-growing tree may not have as much strength as one that is slower growing. Be sure to weight the short-term benefit against the liability that a weaker tree may be in the long-term.
Work with a Professional for Best Results
If you are still unsure about what tree to plant on your property or in your yard, you can reach out to the professionals. They can consider an array of factors, such as the climate, soil type and how certain trees grow in the area. This will help ensure you get a tree that will do well, grow and thrive once it is planted.
There’s no question that planting a tree is a great way to enhance your outside space. However, you need to make sure you choose the right one for the highest likelihood of a tree that grows and thrives.