Cedar trees, canary pine trees and Japanese blueberry trees are fast-growing evergreen trees for warmer climates. Cedar trees are hardy and tolerant of heat and poor soil. The bark is dark red and the tree grows vertically. It is often used for ornamental purposes as well as privacy.
Canary pine trees are fast-growing and thrive in the heat. The pyramid-shaped pines are drought and wind tolerant. Canary pines are often used in urban gardens and along fence lines. Japanese blueberry trees grow quickly to 20 to 25 feet. Once established, the trees are heat and drought tolerant. Foliage is dark green and span up to 15 feet at maturity.