7 White Flowering Trees To Brighten Any Landscape

Flowering Dogwood

Dogwood trees, a southern woodland garden mainstay, blossom beautifully. The four conspicuous white petals of each blossom are bracts or modified leaves


These little trees bloom mid-March to April, depending on species, with white flowers and purple fruits. Bluebirds, cardinals, robins, and other songbirds love

American Fringetree

Strappy, fringe-like flower petals give this native tree its popular name. Late spring brings fragrant blossoms with long white petals that flutter in the breeze.

Southern Magnolia

It thrives in huge settings, where trees develop pyramidal shapes with branches nearly to the ground. Large trees (60-80 feet tall by 30-50 feet broad) dominate many areas.

White Redbud

The types 'Royal White', 'White Pom Poms', and 'Texas White' yield pure white flowers. Many pea-like blooms cover the branches before the heart-shaped foliage.

Crepe Myrtles

There are several dwarf, semi-dwarf, medium, and tall white-flowered varieties from 6 to 30 feet tall. With their beautiful blossoms and vase-shaped growth.

Star Magnolia

Star magnolia grows 15 20 feet tall and 10 15 feet wide, making it ideal for smaller settings. Gray branches stand out against dark backgrounds in winter.