Most gardens contain beautiful and colorful flowering plants of different species. Most of these plants range from small to medium size. Have you seen a garden exclusively for flowering ornamental trees? You could just imagine how spacious would it be if there is such a garden. Such garden will surely occupy several hectares of land. But it would be such a great idea to create a Â“garden exclusively for flowering ornamental treesÂ”.
These plants are the most regal and most elegant colorful flowering trees you will ever see.
Most gardens contain beautiful and colorful flowering plants of different species. Most of these plants range from small to medium size. Have you seen a garden exclusively for flowering ornamental trees? You could just imagine how spacious would it be if there is such a garden. Such garden will surely occupy several hectares of land. But it would be such a great idea to create a “garden exclusively for flowering ornamental trees”.
Here are the most beautiful and colorful flowering ornamental trees in the world.
Welcome to my garden – a garden exclusively for trees only, no dwarf plants allowed!
Blue Jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia)
The lovely and captivating Blue Jacaranda will be my first choice for flowering ornamental tree if in case I will put up a garden for such kind of plant. Twenty pairs of Jaracanda trees will occupy the entrance of the garden. This lovely sub-tropical tree is endemic to South America.
Illawarra Flame Tree (Brachychiton acerifolius)
Red is the color of love and a garden without a plant that blooms colorful red flowers seems dry and lonely. So to make my “flowering ornamental tree garden” full of love, I will surround it with 100 specimens of Illawarra Flame Tree. This large flowering sub-tropical tree is endemic to Australia. The flowers that covers the entire tree are bright red and bell-shaped.
Ibira-pita (Peltophorum dubium)
To make my “garden of flowering ornamental trees” even much brighter and colorful, I will include some 20 Ibira-pita trees, a tree that bears bright yellow flowers. This lovely tree species is native to South America. The name Ibira-pita applies in Argentina and Paraguay. In Uruguay it is known as Arbolde Artigas and in Brazil, it is called Cana-fistula.
Common Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica)
To add brightness and elegance to my garden I will grow 10 Common Crape Myrtle at the center of the garden in circular formation surrounding an artificial pond with beautiful flowering Lotus plants. The captivating Common Crape Myrtle is a medium flowering tree native to China and Korea.
Cape Chestnut (Calodendrum capense)
Lovely girls, ladies and women will visit often my “garden of flowering ornamental trees” if there is a dozen of trees that bloom lovely fragrant pink flowers such as the Cape Chestnut, a large flowering tree native to Africa. And for the information of everybody, the Cape Chestnut oil is popular oil for skin care that protects it from ultra violet. It also contains essential fatty acids and antioxidants.
Flamboyant (Delonix regia)
My “flowering ornamental tree garden” will be incomplete without including the stunning and captivating Flamboyant, more popularly known as Royal Poinciana. Ten Royal Poincianas will be planted on each side of the garden in rectangular manner. Benches and tables will be built underneath the trees. This colorful plant is widely grown worldwide.
Chinese Flame Tree (Koelreuteria bipinnata)
On the upper side of the garden, I will plant a row of 10 Chinese Flame Tree arrange in crescent shape. This plant that can live up to 150 years, which is native to China, is also commonly known as Chinese Golden Rain Tree and Bougainvillea Golden-rain Tree. This very useful tree is use for medicinal purposes also.
Next to the Chinese Flame Tree, I will also add a row of 10 Chinese Redbud also arranged in crescent shape. Like the Koelreuteria bipinnata, it is also endemic to China and Japan. This flowering tree species is spectacular for its pink flowers in full bloom.
Finally, on the third and last row, I will alternately add 5 flowering Baccharis articulata and 5 Purple Prince Crabapples also in crescent formation.
Purple Prince Crabapple (Malus)
There are about 35 species of apple or Malus. The Purple Prince Crabapple is one of the most colorful species. The domesticated species ids called Orchard Apple or Table Apple while all other species are known as crabapples or wild apples.
I hope to see you all in the near future in my “Flowering Ornamental Tree Garden”.