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When you plant fast growing trees, you might want to do a little research and see if the specific tree you plant will have strong enough roots for the amount of wind you have. You might find that it does or doesn’t do well where you live. 1. Empress Tree. …

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Superior Hybrid Poplar

*Hybrid Poplar One of the fastest growing shade trees you can find. Shoots up to 8-10 feet a year!! • Extremely easy to grow • Tolerates poor soils including acidic, alkaline, or wet soils • Thrives in virtually any growing condition

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12 Fast Growing Shade Trees for Your Yard

Gardening, growing trees, shade trees to grow, popular pin, trees, outdoor living, landscaping tips and tricks, landscaping inspiration.

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October Glory Red Maple Tree

October Glory Red Maple Trees Fast Growing Trees Late Fall color cold hardy, red flowers in spring.

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Royal Empress Tree...grows 10-15 ft per year. Explodes with rich lavender flowers that look like Orchids but smell like Jasmine. Grows as far north as Canada and as far south as Mexico.

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Fast-Growing Shade Trees

Sweet Bay Magnolia Sweet bay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana) Zones 5–9 Lustrous dark green leaves with silvery undersides are deciduous in the North, evergreen in the South. Lemon-scented creamy white flowers in spring/early summer. Grows 10–20 feet high and wide in the North, to 60 feet high in the South, where it is happiest. Needs moist, acid soil in sun to partial shade.

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