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Beginner Plants for Fast Growing Trees
3 Fast Growing Trees for Your Landscaping
Three Trees That Proliferate for Faster Landscaping
The Tulip Poplar Tree
The Tulip Poplar tree is in the magnolia family, and the flowers are a match except they are also tulip-shaped, looking like a cup, yellow on the top and gold on the bottom with five petals all closed together. They are delicate flowers.
The tree grows tall, up to 90 ft. It gets enough sun, and it spreads to about 40 feet. When young, it grows fast. As the tree ages, it begins to slow down but still grows at a medium speed until it reaches its apex.
In bloom, the tree is a blanket of attractive flowers.
The leaves are delicate also with four spikes, each looking much like the shaft end of an arrow. It grows best in zones 4 to 6.
Red Maple Tree
The Red Maple Tree is known for its change of color in fall to either orange or red. The tree is one of the first to change color. People drive for miles to see them, even take a tour. Even the bud is red, and the seed bud looks a bit like a plane ready to take off.
The leaves have three to five lobes that are sharply cut, and the edges of each lobe have tiny spikes that resemble a saw.
It is a rapidly growing tree that grows to 90 feet and lives to be 60 to 150 years. The tree has a pyramid shape. The trunk of this tree can reach 31 inches in diameter and is smooth. This tree can make sap suitable for maple sugar.
It is deciduous.
Weeping Willow Tree
The Weeping Willow Tree grows fast, up to two feet in a year, to a mature height of 30 to 50 feet. It grows wide to produce shade and branches, being thin bend downward, giving it its name. Those same branches tend to make swords for play or switches for parents to use on bottoms in older times.
This tree lives a long life of 40 to 75 years. It is as wide as it is tall, about 40 inches around. The trunk is rough, and dark gray ridges grow along the length of it. The leaves are long and thin. It grows a small yellow flower in April and May.
It will grow best in zones 5 to eight.