Shade Trees

6 Best Shade Trees To Grow In Fresno

People are known for their impatience, so it comes as no surprise that many people are keen to select fast-growing trees when installing trees in their next landscaping project.

It is also true that there are many reasons that exist in the real world context for trying to cultivate fast-growing and mature trees.

Among its various benefits, trees are responsible for preventing erosion, providing shade and screen properties from noise, wind and prying eyes.

There are some instances in which a tree that grows quickly is significantly more valuable than one that takes decades to reach the size that it deserves.

Fortunately, there are a variety of fast-growing tree species, which can be a significant help to property managers and homeowners alike.

There are plenty of great trees for Fresno properties, including those listed below. As you can see, it is important to make sure you choose those trees appropriate to the conditions of your area.


Audubon American Sycamore


In order to obtain a densely branched tree as part of your home landscaping, the American Sycamore is a great option.

American Sycamore trees can grow up to 6 feet every year, producing an extremely dense canopy that provides tons of shade in a very short period.

If you choose an American Sycamore tree, you can be certain that it will grow into a large, symmetrical tree.

There are many branches on this tree that bear large leaves that turn gold in the fall, giving it good looks and dense growth.

As a result, it is an excellent way of protecting your house from the hot summer sun or allowing your home to receive ample sunlight during the winter months, when you really need it. In the winter, the bark of the Sycamore develops a smooth, white layer that adds to the trees’ seasonal appeal.

Gold spire™ Ginkgo Tree

This Ginkgo tree is ideal for areas that are looking for a colorful tree that is not too big and will not occupy a large amount of space.

Growing in the shape of a pyramid, this tree always grow tall without ever growing too wide. This type of privacy screen is perfect for placing around the edge of a hedge, or even to form a windbreak.

Whether you are planting them in a pot in your front yard, in a bed in a backyard, or in your garden, these goldspire gingkos grow in virtually any clime.

This tree has an astonishingly vivid green foliage that makes it one of the most beautiful trees you will ever see. The tree provides shade, and because of its dense foliage the surrounding vegetation stands out.

There is no harm for the leaves of Goldspire ginkgo because the tree will filter out pollution from the air so that you can breathe fresh, clean air.

The autumn brings with it a beautiful shade of golden yellow that will attract attention from all over the neighborhood when the leaves turn a beautiful shade of golden yellow.


Willow Hybrid


With just a few clicks of your mouse, you can create your own living privacy fence. Austree Willow hybrids grow up to 6 feet a year and fill out to form a dense wall of greenery.

Green screens are superb because they thrive in all kinds of conditions and grow well no matter the climate.

What’s even better? Temperature extremes are not a problem because it’s disease resistant.

There are no special soil requirements for Austree Willow Hybrid plants and they thrive in almost any climate.

We have developed a special breed of Willow Hybrid that is extremely versatile and highly adaptable, making the plant popular with landscape developers.


Audubon Silver Maple


The Silver Maple Tree is a large and easy-to-grow shade tree with ornamental features that will grow almost anywhere and will provide you with many years of shade and ornamental beauty.

Silver Maples are naturalized along the banks of rivers and lakes, making for the perfect picnic spot in summer. However, Silver Maples are suitable as street borders or focal points as well.

You can grow the Silver Maple Tree almost anywhere and it will provide many years of shade and ornamental beauty.

Riverbanks and lakes are lined with Silver Maples, the perfect spot for summer picnics. As well as street borders, Silver Maples are good as focal points.

Dura Heat® River Birch

The Dura Heat® River Birch is one of a kind, a fast-growing, beautiful shade tree that thrives from the North to the South.

From frigid Maine and Minnesota all the way down to hot and humid Florida and Texas, this stunning tree grows with ease in a variety of temperatures, from the frigid to the hot and humid.

Additionally, river birches do well in sluggish conditions that other trees would not be able to handle.

There are certain trees that are best suited to landscape low-lying areas that flood regularly, or you have heavy clay soil, so this tree will be ideal.

A dense root system of this plant can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions including flooded soils, standing water and regular flooding.

You can expect your landscape to be filled in quickly with the fast growth of this plant. As part of their rapid growth, these trees reach maturity much more quickly than other landscape trees since they can grow up to three feet every year.

As an added advantage, this species is compact and can be planted as a specimen in an urban area, where they can tolerate pollutants without any problems.

Lombardy Poplar Tree

All at the same time, you can block the wind, reduce your heating bill, and still enjoy your garden during the summer and winter.

This is possible with the Lombardy Poplar tree – just plant about one tree every 5 to 8 feet, and you’ll have a dense barrier which can quickly grow to impressive heights.

Wind is stopped faster by nothing than a windblock. There are some populations of Lombardy Poplars that grow up to 9 to 12 feet in a single year, with some even reaching high levels of growth.

You may have seen Lombardys growing around farm fields to help keep the soil in place to prevent landslides, but they won’t work as well for your home.

Plus, they add a great deal of value to your property with their Mediterranean appearance.

The elegant, columnar growth of these plush Poplars makes the trees look very attractive. Use them as a walkway or a driveway border, for roads and driveways, or for edging around your property. Create a full, full, and voluminous appearance lining the Northern border of your face.