What do you put on your lawn to decorate it?

A flower bed? Patio furniture? White picket fences?

There are so many decors you can put on your garden to make it even more beautiful, but when it comes to sprucing up any garden, nothing beats nature itself. And when we talk about all the beautiful things nature can give us, trees will always be on the list.

However, today, it can be hard to plant a tree in your yard. For one, there are trees that require special care and handling, and another thing is, there are so many trees that find it hard to adapt to the ever-changing climate.

If you live in the city or in areas near the city, growing a tree can even be more difficult. The good news is that there are plenty of trees which require low maintenance that you plant in your yard.

In chase you are planning to plant some trees in your property, we’ve listed some of the trees that need low maintenance to help you get started:

Alternate-leaved Dogwood

This tree has a truly captivating appearance. It produces beautiful white flowers as well as blue berries. The Alternate-leaved Dogwood enjoys both partial shade and full sun. Regular watering is enough to keep the tree healthy.

American Yellow-wood

Virtually resistant to pests and tree diseases, the American Yellow-wood is one of the best trees to plant for someone who couldn’t dedicate manual care for their trees 24/7.

Amur maple

This tree is very resilient and has high tolerance for polluted air, which makes it perfect if you live in a busy, crowded city. It can survive all soil types and is very resistant to pests and diseases. The Amur maple is also easy to prune.

Japanese lilac

The Japanese lilac has an incredible fragrance and can grow really big. It is also pest and disease resistant. Apart from enjoying a full sun, this tree isn’t very demanding and not very hard to care for.