The best trees for a small garden

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Apple tree - Many types of apple trees are available, and they all produce beautiful blossoms. The tree should produce fruit in three to five years.

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Chaste tree - Lavender flowers are produced by the chaste tree. The tree requires regular pruning, and is best grown in well-drained soil.

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Flowering almond- Pink or white flowers emerge from the flowering almond tree. It can be planted in full sun or partial shade, and does best in moist, rich, and acidic soil.

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Cherry tree- The Snow Fountain variety of cherry tree is shorter than the Sargent Cherry. They are best planted with full sun exposure, in moist, well-drained soil.

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Kousa dogwood - You can plant a Kousa dogwood in many different climates. The flowers can be white, or pink, and red fruits appear in the fall.

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Franklin tree - These trees produce large and fragrant white flowers. They are best planted in full sun, and in moist, well-drained, acidic soil.

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Chinese fringetree - This tree produces white and fragrant flowers. It is best planted in full sun or partial shade, in moist and well-drained soil.

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Green hawthorn - This tree produces white flowers in spring, and red berries in winter. The tree does not produce thorns, despite its name.

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Japanese snowbell - This tree produces white flowers. The leaves turn yellow during fall, and the flowers are fragrant.

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Hollywood Juniper - The juniper is evergreen, and produces blue berries. Useful tip: they can be planted closer to walls than other trees.

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Lilac tree - This tree produces flowers that can be white, pink, purple, lavender, and lilac. They are best planted in full sun, and in well-drained soil.

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Lemon tree - This tree has fragrant flowers, and naturally produces fruit that can be used in a huge number of dishes and drinks.

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Eastern redbud - This tree produces pink and purple blooms in spring. It is best planted in full sun or partial shade in moist, well-drained soil.

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Serviceberry tree - Also known as a juneberry, this tree produces white flowers early in spring, and edible berries emerge later in spring.

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Quince tree - This tree produces red, pink, or white blossoms in the spring. The fruit becomes ripe in fall, and can be used to make jelly or jam.

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