As the title countries, we had 8 LARGE trees lowered from our half acre garden the coming week for a plagiarize of world prices. The ground gapes unpleasant ATM because it was warm after snowing and there is a good fragment of silt. Wasn’t truly too concerned about the grass back there because it was all colour grass and would die regardless after the trees were croaked. My biggest concern now is getting something planted to oust some color to the garden, but not totally include it as it was before.

I asked the few people we got paraphrases from about a fast growing shade tree to seed they the hinted a scarlet maple, I’m all cool with that aside from the helicopters .. we just tore down 6 silver-tongued maples and we were hoping to get a “cleaner” tree. I was foreseeing maybe a tulip poplar? They flourish fast and are a somewhat health tree from my perception?

My other question is where to purchase a tree like that? I Google it and the most results are about purchasing one online .. has anyone acquired a regular shadow tree online? Is a poplar a good preference?

I’ve related below some pictures of the yard I was considering seeding the substitution tree on the top rank of the ground either to the left of the shed and forwards 25 ish hoofs or to the right of the removed by about 30 paws. We live in Maryland. Thanks in advance for any assistance!

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