Garden adds value to your home and beauty of the garden or backyard solely depends on the trees and plants you grow. Everyone loves to bring up the trees that they would love to see but weather and soil suitable for the trees must be considered. Arborists at Anaheim Tree Care recommends native trees and plants that require minimal care to grow. Mediterranean climate of southern California is suitable for juicy citrus and pomegranates trees.
Compatible trees can grow effortlessly but it doesn’t mean you don’t need to be aware about few simple tree caring hacks. Mostly you should know what to do and what not to do for caring your trees.
It is a widely popular fruit tree all across the globe. Fruit is fully loaded with Vitamin C and other fruit acids. It is a small to moderate sized tree.
It grows 16 to 33 ft. Its binomial name is Punica granatum.
It is patented by the University of California in 1981. It has a sweet seedless citrus hybrid fruit similar to grapefruit.
It is one of the most recommended tree for southern California especially coast places like Dana Point, Laguna beach and Huntington Beach.
As of 1987, orange trees were listed to be the most cultivated fruit tree in the world. It is a fruit of the Citrus × sinensis family.
It is a deciduous so don’t expect shade in the summer.
It has sprawling root system so you need an adequate space for its better growth
It is a 20 to 40 ft tall tree with elegant look. It produces fleshy fruits in huge quantity. It is a right choice for landscape. Full sunlight with some air movement is the best for Persimmon.
It is a popular tree in southern California not only because of its delicious fruit but for its look and it also provides shade.
It is 3 to 4 ft wide and 3 to 5 ft tall perennial flower plant. It can be survive in drought as it requires occasional watering after established.
It is an easy to care perennial herb suitable for fast draining desert soil. It blooms in spring and winter.
San Miguel Island Red Buckwheat
It is adaptable for hillsides area with full sun light. Its foliage reaches 6 in.
It is around 1.2 meter tall flowering perennial plant. It blooms in spring, summer and winter.
California hummingbird sage
Its binomial name is salvia spathacea. It can be cultivated in gardens for its enchanting flower with superb scent.
It is a fast growing, aromatic species of sage. Normally, it grows 2 to 3 ft.
It is a garden friendly fast growing and self-seeding flowering plant. It can be grown in sandy and poor soils.
Teddy Bear Magnolia
It requires full sun light. It grows 16 to 20 ft. tall and 10 to 12 ft. wide.
It is also known as Mountain oak and sometimes Iron oak. It is a deciduous tree growing up to 50 to 82 ft. tall.
It requires regular supply of water. It can grow up to 80 feet in height and 40 feet in width.
The tree grows near river, springs, wetlands and well watered area. It is also known as Fremont cottonwood.
Catalina Cherry Tree
It grows 40 feet in height. Its fruit can be edible but it is best for birds.
It is a medium size tree can be grown up to 20-40 m in height. It is also known as East African yellowwood.
You can take back control of your fruit expenditure (organic fruits cost high!) by growing the native fruit trees in your yard. Gorgeous flower and its blossom can touch your heart. Tittle-tattle over coffee with your loved one in such a flowery garden is a unique experience.