Horticultural trees are a diverse group of woody plants cultivated for their aesthetic and practical value. These trees are carefully selected, bred, and maintained to enhance their ornamental qualities, such as foliage, flowers, and bark. They are commonly used in gardens, parks, and landscapes to create visually appealing focal points and provide shade.

Horticultural trees encompass a wide range of species, including flowering trees like cherry and magnolia, evergreen trees like pine and spruce, and ornamental trees like Japanese maple and dogwood. Their cultivation and care require knowledge of specific horticultural practices to ensure their health and longevity.

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