Examples of trees with white flowers include the flowering dogwood, the downy serviceberry and the wild plum tree. Other white flowering trees include the Southern magnolia and the flowering crabapple.
Each of these trees produces creamy to bright white flowers. The flowering crabapple is a Japanese tree whose leaves are fragrant and range from white to red, and this tree produces tiny apples in the fall. The downy serviceberry is a small tree found in the northern United States and produces white flowers early on in the spring. The flowering dogwood is Missouri's state tree and produces bright white flowers in the spring.