Furnish and Plant New Trees
Are you ready to plant new trees in your yard but not sure where to start? Like many property owners, you may not know what trees you want or what trees would work well in your yard.
In an ideal world, every tree is planted according to an overall landscape plan for your property. This plan would consider what effect you want the trees to have in the landscape, their size at maturity, and each tree’s maintenance requirements. If you do not have a landscape plan – you are not alone. When our tree specialist visits your property, they will review what you have, discuss your vision, and make recommendations.
Generally, place shrubs and trees where they can develop freely, without crowding each other and without crowding nearby primary structures, utility lines, or outbuildings.
Our certified arborists are ready to answer your questions about the specific varieties of trees and shrubs for your property. We will recommend trees that suit your goals and the conditions in your yard, including the space available, the amount of shade or sun, drainage (how wet or dry the soil is), and your preferences regarding flowering, interesting leaves, fruit, the amount of ongoing maintenance, and so on.
When selecting trees and shrubs that thrive in the Pacific Northwest, you can choose from a wide range of characteristics to create beautiful landscaping on your property.
- Flowering in the spring, summer, or fall
- Verigated leaves
- Striking fall colors or bark
- Short, medium, and tall
- Water lovers
- Sun worshipers
- Shade lovers
- Pacific Northwest standards
- Unique/eye-catching trees
- Fruit trees
- Wildlife favorites
- Low maintenance
- Natural hedges and screens
- and on it goes!
In one season or over a few years, we can transform the trees and shrubs in your landscaping to highlight all of your favorites.
Talk With A Tree Specialist about New Trees for Your Property
Contact us to talk with a tree specialist about new trees and shrubs for your property in Pierce or South King County.
“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.”