Small Trees for Tiny Urban Homesteading Gardens – The Homestead Survival

These Small Trees for Tiny Urban Homesteading Gardens are naturally compact form means little pruning is necessary, have amazing color and texture in the garden year-round, make great privacy screening and more importantly and provides winter habitat for many different birds, and those that produce cones provide food as well.

Small Trees for Tiny Urban Homesteading Gardens - The Homestead Survival

Dwarf trees are popular in small yard designs, as you can plant them knowing they won’t quickly grow out of control.

‘Ornamental Pear’ – Pyrus Calleryana

‘Magnolia’ – Magnolia Grandiflora

‘Hawthorn’ – Crataegus

‘Apple Tree’ – Malus Domestica

‘Corkscrew Hazel’- Corylus Avellana

‘Silver Birch’ – Betula Pendula

‘Evergreen’ – Hinoki Cypress ‘Chamaecyparis obtusa’

‘Flowering Japanese Cherry tree’ – Prunus serrulata ‘Amanogawa’

‘Swedish Aspen tree’ – Populus tremula ‘Erecta’

‘Japanese Maple’ – Acer palmatum ‘Twombly’s Red Sentinel’

‘Weeping Alaska Cedars’ – Chamaecyparis nootakatensis ‘Vanden Akker’

‘Southern Magnolia Evergreen’ – Little Gem Dwarf ‘Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’

‘Juneberry’ – Amelanchier

‘Rowan’ – Sorbus

Theese compact trees on this list are low maintenance and tolerant of a wide range of growing conditions.

This makes them great choices for city homesteaders who do not have a lot of time to maintain their trees.

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