Asked by: Priscila Rostas
asked in category: General Last Updated: 12th January, 2020

How far from the house should a tree be planted?

20 feet

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Similarly, it is asked, what trees can be planted close to a house?

These include willow trees, poplars, cottonwoods, aspens, silver maples, Norway maples, and American elm trees, among others. Smaller trees with shallow roots, however, pose little risk to your home. Japanese maple trees, for instance, are safe to plant relatively close to your house.

One may also ask, what trees can be planted close to a house UK? Trees that are least likely to cause problems to houses are apple, plum, pear, hawthorn, rowan and birch. Pyrus calleyrana 'Chanticleer' is a good tree to plant near houses as its roots won't damage foundations. In Abbey Street, Faversham, Kent. It's planted roughly three-quarters of its height away from the building.

Herein, how close to the house can a tree be?

about 15 feet

How close to property line can I plant a tree?

A short, narrow tree could be closer to the property line than a tall or broad one. For example, if the tree's crown is expected to reach 20 feet in diameter at maturity, it would seem wise to plant it at least 10 feet (half of its width) from the neighbor's property so it stays entirely on your side.

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