Tree - Knowledgebase Question

La Habra, CA
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Question by sstramler
July 13, 2002
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 from NGA
July 13, 2002
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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