Jayme Kinsey (author) from Oklahoma on October 13, 2012: @Billy--Thank you very much! I live in Limousin, S W France now, and the whole area is covered in oak and sweet chestnut woodlands. Red oaks, sometimes called northern red oaks, are messy on multiple counts. I had a liquidamber tree in my back yard and it was awful. It was easier to poke them with a sharp stick. I don't know about cooler climates, but in the Oklahoman heat, sweet gum trees ooze amber sap that sticks to your shoes when you walk across the yard. But if these habits seriously bother you, you'll have to look for another tree species entirely, since all the oaks produce acorns and flower catkins of some type. But the kind shown in the picture is podless—problem solved. It will still create the same mess as its larger relative, but on a much smaller scale. There aren’t a lot of negatives when it comes to lacebark … Others are monsters. They are enjoyable, ornamental trees. Aggressive rooting bottomland species (i.e., willow, honeylocust, silver maple, and elm) are more likely to cause subsidence than slow growing upland species (i.e., oak and sugar maple). Watch out for them when you are digging for pecans; these shells can have sharp points that will puncture a tennis shoe sole. So how could a pecan tree be bad? The Spruce uses only high-quality sources, including peer-reviewed studies, to support the facts within our articles. Let me add the Flowering Crabapple Tree. The seed capsules of this tree (which is also known as bougainvillea goldenrain tree) travel widely and sprout everywhere—and we mean everywhere. Then a fine rain of refuse through the summer. Apply it along window tracks and other points of entry. I love seeing them far away, in other people's yards! What are these little flakes and what are their purpose? This tree has very large, heart-shaped leaves, which look incredibly lush and well-groomed during the spring and summer. White Pines are our nightmare. It had only a 6 inch stump so I thought it would be respectibly easy to remove. It is also resistant to elm leaf beetle and Japanese beetle, both common elm tree pests. Elm trees are commonly afflicted with Dutch elm disease. For the comment and the link! Maybe the developer thought this was a great idea. We have several large full size pines surrounding our pool. These disease-resistant varieties are helping to make a comeback of these classic trees. These trees are beautiful to own, but they do require a lot of love and care. For small yards, you will be much happier with the dwarf Japanese white pine. Like the catalpa tree, the pecan tree sheds just about everything. I had to remove it with equipment. We had 10 large trees when we purchased our home 25 years ago. Cottonwood (Populus deltoides) and mulberry (Morus spp.) Elm Tree Painting & Decorating services are a friendly run business covering Bristol and surrounding areas. They are encased in two shells! Unlike locust trees (see above), the messiness of northern catalpa is not relegated to its bean-like pods. The stately elm tree is a beloved American treasure. It is a totally failure. Ouch! . Not that really bad weather is needed . Denise Handlon from North Carolina on October 16, 2012: Hi Sharkey, I just read your comment and have to reply to this. Chinese elm is a tough tree, tolerant of urban air and soils, and resistant to Dutch elm disease. japonica 'Morton') is another Dutch elm disease-resistant deciduous elm that is noted for its vigorous growth, dark green foliage and good yellow fall color. If you want the beauty of an ornamental pear without having to undergo such heartbreak, grow a Pyrus calleryana 'Autumn Blaze,' instead. In the spring, they might produce lovely flowers, and in the autumn, some brilliantly colored leaves. But their orchid-like flowers are lovely. I've got 3 crape myrtles and they don't drop much and are gorgeous. The trees began dying from Dutch elm disease (DED), which is thought to have arrived in the U.S. with a shipment of elm veneer logs from Europe. Feel free to grow the females, which are not allergenic. Think of your neighbors yards too... winds do blow !!! Some oak trees can dwell unobtrusively in your yard, dropping only their leaves and a few twigs now and then. The owner declared that it took the entire family two weeks every year to pick up only the majority of balls. Spray the sweet gums with a growth regulator (Florel for one) in the spring when they are flowering. Jayme Kinsey (author) from Oklahoma on October 30, 2012: @Lipnancy--Thanks for stopping by.. Finally the last insult....pine cones all winter. Because the foliage of Ginkgo biloba resembles that of maidenhair fern, this beauty is sometimes commonly called "maidenhair tree." I got 7 Cords of Elm. My elm tree is losing leaves, does it have Dutch elm disease and should it be removed? I also remember parking under an elm tree and getting sappy drips all over the car. Dutch Elm disease devastated many American Elm trees – millions in North America. . The oaks are a little un-nerving when you think how many are planted close to homes and businesses. But there is a problem with many types: The flattened seed pods are a bother to rake up. Chinese Elms were introduced as a response to this devastation and with fantastic results. As you can imagine, evergreen trees are far less messy! I just tolerated his comments because I wasn't going to de-plant them, haha. Fell BEFORE it stormed. But I have a small yard. There are over 30 species of elms, but there are only eight in North America. If you'd rather cook than craft, you can also make your own acorn flour. I've never had the pleasure of being around walnuts, but I can definitely agree about the mulberries! I tried to remove it. 3 more to go. Planted them for shade over my patio behind my garage. I have two large Cottonwoods in my back yard and their cotton make it impossible to be in the back yard for about six weeks every spring/early summer. My home owners experience has been a hard lesson with trees. Whereas the wood, flowers, and leaves would all burn easily (the leaves sound like fire-crackers, by the way, if anyone would like to try) the cones would not burn. If only I had enough disposable income to hire a full-time arborist /groundskeeper. Who doesn't like pecans? Plus, the pollen in the center of the flower left the whole yard covered in what looked to be little matchsticks. Yet strangely difficult to pick off. And that do not draw lightning! By the way, you can remove this pitch from your skin by rubbing it with mayonnaise on your hands to remove it (the vinegar in this product acts as a solvent). This was the funniest and most informative article i have read in aome time. Dutch elm disease (DED) is the most devastating shade tree disease in North America. Aphids adore tulip poplars but rarely impact their … It can also take different forms. They were old and dignified and planted right against the house. heh, you didn't even mention walnut, that's another nasty one... my parents neighborhood is full of Catalpa, Mulberry, maples, walnut, etc.... they ALL make a mess.. what the mulberries lack in direct mess they make up for in bird droppings. What a mistake. It has brilliantly colored autumn foliage, much like the maple tree, which makes it stand out when trees start putting on their fall fashion show. Cost to us to trim up beautiful old tall oak to save. In fact, I didn't even realize they were magnolias until spring when the blossoms came out. Step on an unseen cone, and you were asking for a broken ankle. As its name implies, the disease only affects elm trees, so if you see a tree with the symptoms of Dutch elm disease, you can safely conclude it is an elm. This pollen/sap mixture can actually be sticky enough to rip apart a windshield wiper blade if you accidentally turn on the wipers before scraping the glass! Providing the very best level of service, Elm Tree are committed to understanding your painting and decorating needs from freshening up your home to making bigger changes. Our Services. At one time, ladies wanted to keep their skin as creamy and white as the flowers of this tree. Liquidambers are awesome looking trees. I am not sorry for having it chopped down - I am sure I am one of the few that don't like this classic Southern tree. but you won't have much time to go fishing if you have one or two of these trees. Learn tips for creating your most beautiful (and bountiful) garden ever. If you have one of the non-sterile varieties, it will shed not only its leaves, but also thousands of "gum balls". Using the common name, "maidenhair trees" will help you remember an important fact: It is specifically the female that is messy. They constantly shed their needles in the pool and would clog the filter. Keep in mind, however, that while evergreen trees may not shed their leaves the same way, they can drop petals, needles, and fruit, so there is still a bit of maintenance and cleanup required. Unfortunately, I do not own any of these. As a Southerner, it is very difficult to insult this beautiful and traditional tree. Tree man came saw the tips of leaves burned and knew that tree was done, lightning hit top of tree and traveled down thru middle of trunk. One lovely old pecan tree that I know all too well once produced over 100 pounds of shelled pecans one season. . Constant battle. Trunks on older trees could reach to seven feet across. Right now, I'm smack dab in the pecan catkins removal stage. I received two slips from friend. (Or from your car!). This active is fast working and highly irritating to elm seed bugs. It sounds refined, doesn't it? They are hard, brown, spiky balls that can create some serious hazards. You can't rake it or blow it and it clogs the lawnmower when you try to mow the lawn. Had a wooden privacy screen put in at edge of patio. Others, however, produce acorns, which are very fascinating, but difficult to rake up. Even if they taste good (some of mine are great), it's not worth the trouble. The first one is a dark, armor-plated outer shell (may be green when it first falls) If you find the pecans still imprisoned thusly, you have to either wait for this husk to fall off, or you have to work a little harder for your snack. Then during another storm that dad gum Oak tree thanked us by getting hit by lightning. I have lived in my present home for a little over a year and finally had the old Magnolia in my yard cut down. You forgot to mention Texas Umbrella (China Berry) trees. The ones I see in NC are HUGE and have a waxier leaf. Southern Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) As a Southerner, it is very difficult to insult this beautiful … For years we had very large, old oaks that rarely lost a twig during high winds. @Denise-I didn't know there were more Magnolias either until I started looking for a picture of one for this hub. I do know we never had to gather kindling wood for the winter because it was always available just outside the door. The petals were leathery, wet, and tough. Whether this is due to their height, or the fact that there are more species of oaks in some places than other trees, it is still something to take into consideration if you have an oak planted too close to your house. Of course the answer to the first problem is to get a woodburning stove, and to the second - a pig! I suppose in some places the cones are seasonal, but in southeast Oklahoma, they fell all year. Nancy Yager from Hamburg, New York on October 17, 2012: Great pictures you used as examples of these trees. American Elm must be at least 15-years-old before it will bear seed. This water-seeking behavior makes them a threat to do damage to pipes. Barbara Radisavljevic from Templeton, CA on October 15, 2012: Wow! And as a final gift, you may find your yard covered in tons of baby pecan trees. I saw a yard once that was bordered by 12 sweet gum trees. The large trees with the enormous blossoms and leaves. I could not stand the thing. Cost was plenty ER, Doctors, pain... My neighbor told my husband he should have sprayed that sweet gum tree to stop it from seeding and making balls. But the messiness of red oak is not just an autumn phenomenon—they are also messy in spring. My gutters were constantly full . The thing had broken into every irrigation, drainage system it could. A single tree can be covered in thousands of these grotesque little creatures (which are actually caterpillars), earning the catalpa the nickname of "fish bait" tree. It is a wilt disease with an extremely high fatality rate among elms. I asked someone for enough to make a tree. We have them in St Thomas and they make an Oak 'Tree look clean. Like every pretty thing though, trees require maintenance. All deciduous trees are infamous for one form of messiness—namely, the numerous leaves they dump into your yard all at once when autumn arrives. In someone else's yard. Its a lovely oak, and a bee tree, but I'm glad it's not my job to clean off the sidewalk. The pitch is incredibly sticky and can stain car surfaces and clothing in a way that is quite hard (sometimes impossible) to remove. Just step outside, and there will be all the pecans you can eat right for the taking! It shares this flaw with many other trees, including silver maple (Acer saccharinum). Not just because of the litter, but because with our tornadoes and bad storms, we need trees that are much stronger. Adult elm leaf beetles and worm-like beetle larvae feed on elm leaves which cause leaves to turn brown and prematurely fall from the tree in mid to late summer. 3 total hours stacking. After a small rain shower with light winds. Golden Rain Trees - horrible mess all year long. Filthy black mold on leaves, too. . Neighbor had a fit. What a horrendous and almost impossible to clean up mess those trees made with their golf ball sized spikey balls that were as hard as rocks! My recommendation, however, would be to plant them a safe distance from your yard. What a mess! You didn't want to mow over too many of them, because they would congeal under the mower and create a mess. American sweetgum is so called because of the seed pods or "gumballs" that it drops, which make it quite messy. These seed pods are round, hard, and spiky, as are those dropped by another high-maintenance plant, the horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum). I have seen some reasonably young, supposedly supple pecans drop branches in just a light thunderstorm. The variety of sweetgum shown in the photo, namely, the 'Rotundiloba' cultivar, does not produce gumballs, making it a clean substitute. About the time that is done they literally rain the tiny yellow flowers so numerous that we have to sweep daily sometimes more than once to keep the concrete patio from feeling like you are walking on a cushion. Note: Like sweet gum balls, acorns (and pecans too) can be used in a variety of craft projects. Thanks for sharing! 46 reviews of Tree People "We are extremely happy with the work James did with our large Elm tree. While you are busy raking leaves and twigs and large chunks of bark, you will also find the seed pods. No wonder they're the worst in the messy tree department. I split 4 already. If you brush up against the leaves, you might find yourself covered in little friends. Don't forget that pecan wood smells heavenly in a fireplace, and when used in a smoker gives meat a savory flavor. It had a slow growth. Honey Locust Trees (Gleditsia triacanthos) Their small leaves give honey locusts the potential to be … I moved into my Oakland, CA home 10 years ago, and the main trees in the yard were a lemon tree (no special cultivar), several plum trees, and several loquats, I advise, NEVER plant ANY of these trees anywhere you might want to go near. Joined Dec 15, 2007 Messages 1,502 Age 38 Location That is why you will often see this particular type planted in parks and along roadsides: namely, Gleditsia triacanthos var. Bottom line: Don't plant fruit trees unless you are a fruit farmer!!!! I have also written a tree hub so I will link yours to that one. According to the forestry service, oaks are more likely than other trees to be struck by lightning, (with beeches being the least likely.) . I can testify to the oak shedding twigs and small branches. . are examples of other popular trees with separate male and female plants, and whose males are highly allergenic. Far far away from mine. The shedding bark can also make a mess year-round, clogging drains and becoming a general nuisance in communities with a large patch of Chinese elm trees. The sweet gum balls can also be turned into interesting craft projects—a far more common use for the tree's dried seed pods. . If you think you worked hard getting the yard cleaned up, wait until you try removing sweet gum sap from a carpet. THIS tree should top your and every chart for dirtiest tree! It makes a distinct sound when the wind blows through the leaves and it produces large, white flowers that fill the air with sweet perfume. Unlike pine cones, magnolia cones are not brittle. What are the common problems of each of these trees? I rated it up and am sharing. What's worse, these sweet gum balls (again, not to be confused with sweet gumballs!) My mother loved magnolia trees and we had one in our front yard in Michigan, along with maples and fruit trees in the back yard. Whenever you see the cultivar name, 'Nana,' you know you're dealing with a dwarf. Last edited: Dec 1, 2009. EVER. Research the best alternatives to grow over septic systems, such as: White ash makes the list of the worst trees to grow in your yard if you are an allergy sufferer. Fallen limbs from the oak tree. What makes Bradford pear one of the worst trees to grow in your yard is not the mess that it creates but, rather, its weak branches. Many people twist there ankles and the wind brings them everywhere. The catalpa tree sheds the large green leaves all year in heavy breezes. Magnolias are my personal least favorite. Then once the first frost hits....about a third of the needles turn yellow and drop everywhere, covering the ground. @Peggy--Thanks for the comment and votes. Additionally, hybridization between the Chinese and American elms has led to cultivars that Magnolias are a traditional element in southern landscaping. (There is another variety of loquat, the Bronze Loquat, however, which is beautiful and apparently without the useless fruit.) The small stature lends itself well to smaller properties, under power lines and as a street tree. I don't know how they managed to never look bare. When you buy that new home in April, you might not realize that those majestic trees that won your heart at the showing may eventually make you despise your yard. Medium to fast-growing, this elm adapts to many soil conditions and is relatively free from the diseases ravaging other elm species, making it a tough and durable tree for any situation. They poop out honeydew, which falls as tiny, sticky droplets, making a mess of any cars, buildings, or decks below. and the above-mentioned slips and falls. If you don't, you might walk in one day to find the nuts are speckled with holes, and your centerpiece crawling with little worms. Jayme Kinsey (author) from Oklahoma on October 15, 2012: Thank you, Les Trois Chenes for the great comment. Very informative. Subsidence is more likely to occur with shallower foundations, more severe droughts, and higher tree water requirements. I would never, ever, again buy a home where one of these trees is within a MILE. They where removed and the maintenance on the pool became much easier. Good garden centers may not even carry the female trees in their stock. Sadly, I don't think many towns approve of keeping pigs in your yard. Those globular seed balls yield yet another common name: "buttonball trees.". NOTE: Pecan trees are also inviting to web worms, and you will often find worms and other bugs under the dense carpet of leaves, inside the husks, and burrowed into the pecans. The ginkgo has much to recommend it, including resistance to pests, diseases, and urban pollution, so its recommended that you go ahead and plant it—just avoid the female plants. The ones in NC are probably the same as the ones here in OK. But take heart: Horticulturalists have developed seedless versions of this tree. And yes, they can be sharp enough to pierce through gardening gloves, a thin shoe sole...and definitely skin. Nor are the fallen leaves pretty enough that you'll be tempted to let them lie where they fall to contribute autumn color to your yard: By the time catalpa leaves fall, they will likely have been blackened by the frost, transforming what had hitherto been respectable foliage into something hideous. All trees have their pros and cons. But pecans don't fall off the tree looking like the un-shelled versions you buy at the store for the holidays. David Beaulieu is a garden writer with nearly 20 years experience writing about landscaping and over 10 years experience working in nurseries. El… I am killing off about 1000 of those seedlings every year. The male gingko tree can be distinguished by the small cone-like structure that appears at the point where flowers develop, just above the leaves. So very insightful and informative. However the large oak across the street from our Paso Robles house is dropping acorns on the sidewalk like crazy. !! They also produce fluffy white flowers and long, skinny seed pods. I fell for the gumball trick once. Elm saplings are also one of deer’s … These leaves are small, and will easily clog gutters. Any disease problems, including cankers, rots, leaf spots, and wilt, tend to be relatively minor. Am sure that I will be pulling up ones from garden beds or ones that squirrels have dug into the ground for some time to come. Japanese loquats--filthy mess with something dying and dropping all year long--and I don't mean the leaves, which are voluminous, but at least not moldy, filthy, or squishy, like the fruit. They also deposit an absolutely incredible tonnage of leaves, and not just a few at a time. When my husband and I lived in that home he did nothing but complain of the petals and leaves. The worms make excellent bait . The catalpa tree, (also known as a catawba tree) is a fairly common tree, so much so, in fact, that it is often considered a "weed" in certain areas. It was a mess to clean up but the beauty outshone it all. Oh...and the raking job that lies ahead. I thought aspens were evil. . Took my time all year... but you dont mess with Elm. Even if they aren't close, they are tall enough to reach quite a distance if the split, shatter, or fall. 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