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Trees offer shade, beauty, and even value to your property. But choosing trees can be a difficult endeavor. To learn about the different trees your landscaper can plant for your landscaping in White Plains, watch this video clip.

There are three basic kinds of trees that you can add to your landscaping. Regular trees grow fairly tall—up to about 50 feet. Understory trees usually grow 10-20 feet tall and can fit under the larger trees. Large shrubs or small trees, such as the crape myrtle, are the third type of tree. If you want to plant understory trees, do not plant them next to each other; it’s better to allow these trees plenty of room to grow their roots.