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Fast Growing Flowering Trees



Redbud -
Cercis canadensis



The redbud tree will grow on averavge 1-3ft annually to a mature height of 20-30ft tall.
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USDA Zones 4-9

Traditionally the red bud tree is also known as the 'Judas Tree'. The Biblical Scriptures suggested that Judas committed suicide after he betrayed Jesus. During the growing season the large heart-shaped green leaves change color to a lemon yellow in the fall. The flowers appear in clusters of red, pink or even purple and completely encircle and hide the naked twigs preceding the unrolling of the leaves. The roots of the red bud tree are legumes and fix nitrogen in the soil improving fertility.
Cleveland Select Pear -
Pyrus calleryana 'Cleveland Select'



The cleveland select flowering pear will grow on average 4ft annually to a mature height of 35ft tall.
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USDA Zones 5-10

From Maine to Florida you will see beautiful flowering pear trees blooming in the spring. The cold hardy nature of these trees gives them strength to avoid winter damage in most States. Cleveland and Aristocrat flowering pear trees are best for growing in icy winters, because the limbs arc upwards and snow and ice storms do not load the limbs down with weight and snap off. The Bradford pear tree is not a recommended choice, since horizontal limbs break off easily leaving entrance holes for rot.
Thornless Honeylocust -
Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis



The thornless honeylocust tree will grow on average 2-3ft annually to a mature height of 50-70ft tall.
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USDA Zones 4-9

The white drooping flower clusters of the fast growing thornless honey locust hang like bunches of grapes and fill the air with a sweet perfume in mid-spring. The fragile fern-like leaves tremble in the slightest breeze, and in the fall the tiny leaflets tumble into the grass. The florescent, lemon colored leaflets disintegrate into the grass and require no raking as most other tree leaves do. The sun rays penetrate the canopy of this locust tree, allowing perennial flowers & beds to flourish.
Crape Myrtle -
Lagerstroemia indica



The crape myrtle tree will grow on average 4-5ft annually to a mature height of 40ft tall.
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USDA Zones 5-10

Don't miss the giant Crape Myrtle sale at Ty Ty Nursery right now. New hybrid crape myrtle plants will bloom all summer and then continue flowering through the fall in your yard. Ty Ty Crape Myrtle plants have brightly colored flowers that can rebloom several times in a single season. No other plant will bloom as long and spectacularly as the Crape Myrtle. Crape Myrtle plants are perfect to plant and brighten up your garden and you can order your own Crape Myrtle plants right now from Ty Ty Nursery.
Dogwood -
Cornus florida



The dogwood tree will grow on average 3ft annually to a mature height of 35ft tall.
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USDA Zones 5-9

The most important U.S. flowering tree is the dogwood tree: a native tree to almost every State, resisting snow and ice storms of winter to reward gardeners in the early spring with a dramatic show of flowers that cover the tree with blooms that conceal every twig from its winter nakedness. Most dogwood flowers in the native plant setting produce white flowers. USDA Hybridizers have released pink and red dogwood trees to be purchased as grafted trees. Some of the best white dogwoods are grafted.
Golden Rain -
Koelreuteria paniculata



The golden rain tree will grow on average 3-4ft annually to a mature height of 25-30ft tall.
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USDA Zones 5-9

From Wisconsin to Florida you will find the fast growing golden rain trees flowering in early summer after most other flowering trees long finished their show of spectacular flowering. Parks and Cities love this flowering tree, because it's adapted to grow in almost every environment and pH soil profile. When the golden rain trees conclude their flowering extravaganza, huge seed pods form that are ornamentaly unique with bright pink colored lantern pods fading to a neutral tan during the fall..
Mimosa -
Albizia julibrissin



The mimosa tree will grow on average 3ft annually to a mature height of50ft tall.
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USDA Zones 5-9

Growing successfully in almost every State, the mimosa tree is a fast growing tree that matures into an umbrella shape that is covered with unique flowers that radiate filament threads with tiny fan shapes in colors of red, pink and rarely white. The trees are well adapted for growing in a wide range of pH soil profiles, and the roots are legumes that affix the air gas of nitrogen into a soluble fertilizer that enriches your landscape. Mimosa trees often flower easily the first year of planting.
Japanese Magnolia -
Magnolia x soulangiana



The Japanese magnolia tree will grow on average 2-3ft annually to a mature height of 15ft tall.
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USDA Zones 5-9

Japanese Magnolia shed leaves in fall and the trees flower early in the spring in colors of red, lavender, white and yellow with an extremely delicious fragrance that drifts throughout your landscape. Unmatched flowering, aroma and color variety. Once you plant a Japanese Magnolia you can expect abundant flowering in early spring, immediately following the flowers during February of the Flowering Apricot tree. As the swollen purple buds of the Japanese magnolias unwind, dinner-plate sized blossoms cascade to interlock and hide the gray colored twigs behind them. As the petals of the flowers reflex and arc into a flattened globe, fading progressively each day, paler, dropping beneath the tree to encircle the tree base, then leafing.
Flowering Cherry -
Prunus serrulata



The flowering cherry tree will grow on average 2-3ft annually to a mature height of 25ft tall.
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USDA Zones 5-10

Japanese flowering cherry trees are cold hardy in most of the United States, and are very fast growing trees that are adapted to wet and dry conditions and neutral pH soil profiles. Several cultivars are popular for planting, the most popular being the Kwanzan followed by the Yoshino- prefering deep South climates, and Akebone flowering cherry that is the first to flower in very early spring. The flowers of the Kwanzan are famously growing in Washington, D.C. and are red in bud, fading to pink.
Wisteria - Wisteria sinensis


The wisteria tree will grow on average 3ft annually to a mature height of 15ft tall.
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USDA Zones 5-9

Wisteria flowers are among the first to appear in earliest spring. The aromatic grape-like clusters of wisteria flowers hang from Wisteria trees, bushes or vines, whichever you plan to plant in your garden. Flower colors of blue, purple, pink or white liven up any winter garden when the spectacular display of blooming begins. Wisteria is one of the fast growing flowering trees, and predictably will flower the first season of planting. Wisteria vines are often used as a privacy screen blocker.