Trees for landscaping Light green coniferous larch is the best suited for landscaping a garden site. They grow rather fast, but very light and have an extensive root system. So you need to plant them no closer than 8 m to the buildings. Of larch trees usually create avenues, the shelter belts or planted their single. These trees are not picky about soil, but do not like waterlogging groundwater. If the area is pond, for its decoration will suit IVA Russian. This is usually bowed tree with weeping branches and silvery-green leaves. In the first years of willow grows very fast but is not high. Beautiful ornamental tree is the Norway maple. It is shade tolerant and resistant to winter cold. The sapling quickly grows and becomes stronger. Rarely affected by pests. Low prickly hawthorn adorn a suburban area caps white flowers and then bright fruit: red, yellowish-brown, or black. From hawthorn create impenetrable hedges. Fruit trees Apple trees are planted mostly in the fall. For the autumn-winter period the roots have time to grow after planting and in the spring to supply the young seedling with nutrients. A place to land you need to prepare in advance. For a two-foot tree pit should be at least 70 cm deep and about the same diameter. Fill it with a mixture of top soil, humus and compost. Add two handfuls of fertilizer. Stir with a shovel and seal. The pit should be filled with top to two to three years, when the soil settles, the tree was in the hole. Then it will be less hardy and will decrease its yield. When the pit is prepared, make in it a hole the size of the root system of a tree and plant it. Pour the water, then seal the ground. Kopite three peg and attach to him a young Apple tree. Among gardeners, the most widely varieties of plum, plum and Chinese plum. The bulk of the root system of these trees is on the surface and located under the crown. For normal care enough to regularly loosen the earth and to trim the crown. Plum likes moisture but does not tolerate water stagnation. The fruits on tree appear in 3-4 years after planting. And then nearly a decade, the tree will delight you with large yields. For planting pears need to choose a well-lit place. She doesn't like drought, but trees have strong roots that can penetrate deeply into the soil. Therefore, to water the bulb need only in very dry periods. The tree needs proper pruning of branches. It is necessary that each branch receives sufficient amount of sunlight, otherwise it will not bloom and bear fruit.