13 Trees You Should Never Plant In Your Yard
For most people, the end of summer and approach of autumn means cooler temperatures, harvest time for crops, and of course, the vibrant colors of changing leaves.
For those looking to grow trees or shrubs, however, the approaching fall means it is almost the perfect time to plant for next season. Cooler air with warm earth gives trees and shrubs a chance to establish good root growth before having to face the heat of another summer.
Possible problems include shallow roots, brittle wood, susceptibility to disease, stinky fragrance, damage to sewer lines and driveways.Some trees are more trouble than they’re worth. Here are the 11 trees that are not recommended as good choices to plant in your home’s yard so Before you head to a nursery, see this article below …