How far from a house should you plant a green ash tree?

Answer Green ash trees (Fraxinus pennsylvanica) reach a total width of 30 to 40 feet at maturity. The roots will also spread to approximately the same width. Plant the green ash tree at least 20 feet aw... Read More »

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Corn Tree House Plant?

An old-fashioned houseplant, the corn tree houseplant (Dracaena fragrans) is a member of the family Agavaceae. The corn tree houseplant or corn plant as is it more commonly known is native to Afric... Read More »

Is it OK to plant a tree 30 feet away from the house?

Thirty feet is an adequate distance from a house for planting a tree. According to the University of Missouri Extension, the minimum distance to plant a tree is 15 to 20 feet away from a house.Sour... Read More »

What is a common house plant or tree given as a gift?

House plants make wonderful gifts for a housewarming, holiday or sign of appreciation. Common house plants given to others include coleus, English ivy, umbrella tree or snake plant. Choose plants w... Read More »

Can i plant my redbud tree close to my house?

On One Hand: It's Often Used in Urban LandscapesThe redbud (Cercis canadensis) can be used as a specimen or ornamental tree or in a foundation planting, according to the Ohio State University Horti... Read More »