Known for their iconic and delicate pink or white blossoms, cherry trees are stunning in the spring.
Dogwood trees display pink or white flowers, depending on the variety. They also have striking red berries in the fall.
Magnolias come in various species, many of which have large, fragrant pink or purple blooms.
Crabapple trees produce pink or red flowers in the spring, often followed by small fruits in the fall.
Saucer magnolias have large, cup-shaped pink or purple flowers that appear in early spring.
This cherry tree variety is known for its double pink blossoms that create a breathtaking display in the spring.
These trees offer fragrant pink or white flowers in late winter, signaling the arrival of spring.
Weeping cherry trees are characterized by their graceful, cascading branches adorned with pink flowers in the spring.
Redbud trees have delicate pink or purple flowers that emerge directly on their branches before the leaves appear.