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Westchester Garden Guide

Cultivating a beautiful garden is an art!  Add property value with a well-manicured and lush, blooming yard this spring and summer.  Westchester Tree Life’s professionals are here to assist you with a plant health care management program, tree and shrub maintenance and more!  Our Westchester Garden Guide is a selection of our favorite perennials, shrubs and trees for your Westchester home!

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Trees & Shrubs

Before you begin shopping around for flowers, select your trees and shrubs!  Selecting trees and shrubs give your garden or backyard structure.  Consider how your trees and shrubs will develop through the seasons!

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A Dogwood produces pink, white and red flowers. via continentalchicago.wordpress.com

The Dogwood Tree – A Dogwood Tree will produce beautiful blooms during springtime, and have a great compact shape!  The leaves turn an eye-catching reddish purple during fall time.

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The Shadblow is a lovely garden addition year round. via plants.thegrowingspace.com

The Shadblow/Shad/Serviceberry Tree – Another beautiful flowering tree, the Shadblow tree is ideal for a partly-shady area of your yard.  This tree yields apple-like early spring flowers, June fruit and a pinstripe bark.

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This Spicebush gives an excellent pop of color, especially during Autumn.
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The Spicebush – If you are looking to add a colorful understory shrub, consider adding a Spicebush (or two, or three . . .) to your Westchester garden!

Bright & Beautiful Perennials

Perennials return to your garden year after year, when cared for properly!

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Delphinium – Hummingbirds love these bright perennials, and so will you!  Delphiniums require rich soil and cool summers.

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Little Bluestem – This native prairie grass has grey-green foliage which turns bold shades of purple, red and orange in fall.  Plant this in full-sun, and it will reach heights of 2-3 feet tall, and a foot high.