9 Trees That Grow Fast

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9 Trees That Grow Fast
9 Trees That Grow Fast

 

On the labels, they are all beautiful… Tall, flowering, leafy, blooming trees! Do you lack all these? No problem, this post has just what you need! But you’ll need focus, hard work, and patience before your little seeds grow!

Opt for these 9 species of trees that grow fast. Varieties that will delight the impatient and will dress up your garden in no time (or almost!).

1. Eucalyptus

9 Trees That Grow Fast
Eucalyptus

Native to Australia, the eucalyptus is a fascinating tree, especially for its medicinal and aromatic properties. With its decorative bark, this evergreen plant can grow in many climates.

The eucalyptus is valuable because it has the particularity of resisting fire. It is frequently used in reforestation after a fire. Moreover, to reforest a forest, choosing a plant that grows quickly is preferable; eucalyptus can grow from 1 to 2 m per year!

2. Leyland cypress

9 Trees That Grow Fast
Leyland cypress

This conifer is very popular for hedges because it tolerates all climates and soils. It has dense foliage to avoid prying eyes. The Leyland cypress is perfect for hiding from its neighbors, for example! Moreover, it is an ideal windbreak that will effectively protect your crops.

Its rapid growth is a significant advantage. It can grow to 1 m per year and be pruned very well.

Good to know: when grown alone, it grows naturally in a pyramid shape.

3. The catalpa

The catalpa, also called “bean tree” because of the shape of its fruits, is a magnificent plant that is satisfied with any soil. Indeed, it is rustic and adapts to all the climates of France.

Its foliage and summer flowering make it a decorative tree from spring to autumn. It requires only moderate maintenance and will offer you a beneficial shade thanks to its large ornamental leaves.

Thanks to its fast growth, it can reach a nice size in a few years.

4. Willow

The willow is a fascinating tree, first of all for its different shapes (spread, ball, and weeping) and ease of maintenance.

It is used in many fields. Indeed, it has a decorative interest but is also used in basketry and medicine since one of its molecules is used to make aspirin.

The willow has a vital growth capacity: 1 to 2 m per year! Moreover, creating a cutting is a real child’s play thanks to its ability for fast rooting. No need to be a horticulturist for that!

5. The Japanese larch

The larch is an elegant conifer of the Pinaceae family. It has beautiful deciduous foliage that is out of the ordinary: it turns golden in autumn. Although it is native to the mountains, it adapts well to almost all climates.

The larch is a tree that can live for hundreds of years. At the beginning of its life, it grows fast: about 1 m per year or more, then its growth slows down with age.

Note: it has a deep root system, so it must be given an appropriate depth.

6. The Osage orange tree

The Osage orange is an ornamental tree mainly cultivated by collectors. It belongs to the Moraceae family, like the mulberry tree.

This plant develops decorative fruits resembling orange-yellow citrus fruits when ripe. They give off a lemony scent but are not edible.

This hardy plant also tolerates drought well. In addition, it is helpful as a hedge to fight against floods and soil erosion. It is also a medicinal plant that grows quickly and adapts to all soil types.

7. The jacaranda

The jacaranda is also called “blue flamboyant” because of its abundant blue or even purple flowers from May to September, and “oyster tree” because of its fruits which are honey-colored pods shaped like oysters.

This spectacular tree grows mainly on the oceanic and Mediterranean coasts. Thus, it appreciates total sun exposure.

It is semi-hardy, requires little maintenance, and presents a good growth, making it very interesting.

8. Virginia tulip tree

The tulip tree is magnificent and imposing. Before putting it in your garden, you should know that it needs space: it can reach 25 m in height and 15 m in width. It is better to reserve it for a big garden or ground.

It belongs to the Magnoliaceae family, hence the shape of its large tulip-like flowers. It also has large leaves that turn a golden yellow in the fall.

Rustic, it tolerates all the climates. Moreover, its maintenance is not very complicated, and it overgrows.

9. Poplar

The poplar is an ideal tree to protect itself from the neighborhood or hide an inelegant view. It is also a good windbreak. It can have several shapes depending on its variety. It is a large tree, but varieties are adapted for a modest garden.

It is used in phytotherapy, homeopathy, furniture, and plywood manufacturing.

The poplar is often seen near a waterway, but it can grow anywhere and quickly!

Good to know: it is a large tree, but varieties are adapted for a modest garden.

 

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