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Question: I am wanting to get a multi trunk tree,preferably evergreen with rapid growth for the focal point in my front yard. I would like it to get pretty tall.

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Sharon Stramler

Answer: Wax Myrtle (Myrica cerifera), Ligustrum (Ligustrum japonicum, Acacia, Quercus texana (red oak), Crepe Myrtle, and Fraxinus greggii (little leaf Ash) are some of the most attractive multi-trunked trees for your gardening region. Or, you may opt to plant 3 paperbark birches (Betula) in the area as a focal point, complementing them with green and white leaved hostas to carry out the theme, and help connect the white of the trunks to the green of your landscape.

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