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Lilly pilly: how to care for this Australian native tree | Homes To Love

Lilly pillies (Acmena and *yzygium species) are native Australian rainforest plants that have gained enormous popularity in recent years not as fruiting plants but as fast-growing hedging and screening plants. The fruit is really a bonus. Here's how to grow and care for lilly pilly trees.

Frans Fontaine Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus ‘Frans Fontaine’) - 6’W x 25’H (20’W x 50’H at maturity). Commonly known as European Hornbeam or Common Hornbeam, this narrow tree is long-lived, even in tough locations.

Narrow trees are a must if you have a tight space for gardening. Try one of these slender, unique trees that will pack a punch in any small yard.

Fast growing privacy trees you can plant for quick growing shade and shelter. These varieties will transform a bare landscape into privacy trees in no time #privacytrees #fastgrowingtrees #trees #planting

Fast growing privacy trees that'll provide years of shade and privacy and don't take decades to grow! Invest in these varieties now and enjoy your yard!

These berries are regarded as superfoods because they're high in vitamins and antioxidants. Here's how to grow blueberries in containers.

Delicate beauty and vibrant colors make the Japanese maple a coveted choice for landscaping or for containers.

Fall is one of the best times to plant many varieties of small trees. Allow enough time for the roots to become established before winter. Here are some of the best trees for your yard.

Fall is one of the best times to plant many varieties of small trees. Allow enough time for the roots to become established before winter. Here are some of the best trees for your yard.

Trees You SHOULD Start Growing In Your Yard. These trees are known for their carbon storing abilities plus other benefits for the environment.

Trees You SHOULD Start Growing In Your Yard. These trees are known for their carbon storing abilities plus other benefits for the environment.

Best Trees To Plant In Your Front Yard

There are a lot of things to keep in mind when deciding which trees to landscape your front yard with, such as saving energy, aesthetic, comfort and practicality. Along with factoring in your personal preferences, which tree you choose will ultimately depend on the climate where you live, the existing landscaping of your property and the street at large.

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Grow Your Own Mulberry Tree - A wonderful plant for your garden. A great, fast growing, easy shade tree for your backyard, And buckets full of wonderful fruit too. Children love them. So do chickens, ducks and goats. A must for your homestead. Great food for wildlife.

All about how to grow a mulberry tree and how to use the wonderful, nutritious, drip off your elbow fruit or the juice it creates. Grow yours today!