Trees are a good source of shade and in some cases, fruits and other natural foods. Deciduous trees are a great addition to your yard and garden. They produce beautiful blossoms in the spring, provide shade in the summer, and in the fall, their leaves raked into piles can be an excellent entertainment source for your kids.

If you have ever wondered how to add deciduous plants and trees to your landscape, you'll find some great tips here. In particular, you can find out everything you wanted to know about red bud trees and you'll find some good information about caring for maple trees.

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The following articles are available for the 'Deciduous' topic. Click the article''s title (shown in bold) to see the associated article.

   Maple Tree Care
Maple trees are not only the source of maple syrup, but they are also great landscaping accessories. Before you plant them though, keep in mind that maple trees will require some care, just as any other tree requires care. Luckily maple tree care is a relatively easy thing to do.

   Pruning Deciduous Trees
Pruning deciduous trees can be a little tricky if you have never done it before. Luckily, all you need to do is follow these general guidelines to ensure you get the job done. After all, you wouldn't want to accidentally hurt your tree if you can avoid it, do you?

   Red Bud Tree
Red Bud trees have long been noted for the beauty that they bring to the world. Here is a little background information about this famous tree, as well as some much needed information if you are thinking of planting one in your yard.


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