Types of Flowering Trees
Orchid trees are widely recognized for providing awesome color along with large, cool shade. One of the most prolific blooming trees for warm climate areas.
This is the purple flowering tree seen all across the Western U.S. blooming in spring. This tree grows very fast and provides a soft, filtered shade with incredible blooms.
Prized for it's almost ridiculous growth rate, homeowners and commercial landscapers are finding the Tipu tree quite useful in many landscape designs.
A very fast growing water wise hybrid version of the classic Palo Verde. Bright yellow, showy blooms in spring.
Unique purple leaves provide a year-round strong color that contrasts extremely well with other tree species.
This beautiful rainforest-style tree actually performs very well in the intense sun. Unique pink blooms highlight the tree throughout most of the late spring into early summer.
This extremely colorful, stylish tree makes a perfect choice for color lovers! One of the very few landscape favorites.that provide summer color.
This drought tolerant Sonoran native is well known for its beautiful and aromatic blooms during early spring.
A rare combination of being an evergreen and producing vibrant color, makes the Oleander tree useful in many landscapes.
One of the most gorgeous tropical trees available with stunning leathery leaves and an abundance of flowers. Commonly referred to as the ‘Hawaiian lei flower'.
This bright green tree features a cascade of snow white flowers during early spring with brilliant red fall foliage.
Greatly resembling a Willow, they are small to medium trees with beautiful multi-colored flowers in cycles spring through fall.
Small to medium sized flowering tree that can grow into a small spreading shade tree and has a fantastic flower display that appear as spikes of purple flowers at every growth tip on the tree.
These Acacias grow a very wide umbrella-shaped canopy that provides filtered shade year round. They are a very fast growing tree with great durability to heat and cold.
This Sonoran native features unique green trunks that twist and turn to form interesting, irregular patterns throughout the tree.
Known for its early arrival of bright golden yellow flowers, the Palo Verde is among the most popular trees used in desert and water-wise landscapes.
Known well for it's fragrant, early spring blooms, Texas Mountain Laurels are grown more for looks than shade.
Japanese Privet provide both year-round shade and big seasonal color requiring very little maintenance.
Magnolia add big color and shade anywhere they're planted, bringing a unique and tropical look to your landscape. Blooms produce a beautiful white flower and wonderful fragrance.
Thevetia Trees produce a wide canopy of shade and are ideal when you need the effects of a large, shady evergreen in a much smaller space. Bloom with long yellow flowers in spring and fall.
The Mulga Acacia is an evergreen desert tree used in many landscape styles for its unique foliage, smaller size, and showy golden flowers
Japanese Blueberry trees are sought after for the thick, hardy canopies they grow that are highly resistant to the elements, creating a dependable shade, wind break or property screen
This is a great water wise choice for those desiring a tree with a softer, greener appearance. Beautiful pink blooms are present from summer through fall.