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 Native & Adapted Trees.

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Bald Cypress

80' H x 40' W

A fast growing, long-lived deciduous tree with distinct conical form. Commonly found in swampy areas, but it does well under dryland conditions and in heavy clay soils.

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Red Maple

70' H  x 40' W

One of the better fast growing trees with flowers and seed that provide red color in early spring. The red maple grows in acidic, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, silty loam, well-drained and clay soils. It prefers wet soil conditions but has slight drought tolerance.

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Live Oak

40' H  x 60' W

 the southern live oak, is an evergreen oak tree endemic to the Southeastern United States. Though many other species are loosely called live oak, the southern live oak is particularly iconic of the Old South.

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Pecan Tree

80' H  x 50' W

The Pecan Tree is the State Tree of Texas! Pecans reach maturity at about twelve years old and can live as long as 300 years! Non-grafted seedlings and native pecan trees often take 10 to 15 years to begin to produce fruit.

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Loblolly Pine

80' H  x 40' W

One of the fastest growing southern pines, this tree is used as a quick-screen in many landscapes. This North American native has dark green needles and narrow, red-brown, often-paired cones that are three to six inches long. Grows in a wide variety of soils and is drought tolerant.

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Sycamore

80' H  x 40' W

This tree is fast growing and widely planted. It has attractive bark and large yellow-green leaves. With a massive trunk and open crown of huge, crooked branches. The bark of large, old trunks sloughs off in scales or plates leaving a smooth, whitish inner bark. Leaves broadly ovate or broader, blade often wider than long, long pointed. Globular fruits often persist through December. Large, medium- to dark-green, maple-shaped leaves turn brown in fall.

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Tulip Tree

70' H  x  25' W

This species is rarely planted this far west, but once established it does well in the Houston area. It has interesting greenish-yellow, tulip-shaped flowers. This tulip tree prefers rich, moist, well-drained soil.

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Chaste Tree  (Vitex Tree)

15' H  x  10' W

This plant is usually a multi-trunk tree or a huge shrub with bright purple flowers and aromatic foliage. Vitex prefers well-drained soils, but it is actually very easy to grow.

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Crape Myrtle
(Multi Color)

20' H  x  10' W

The common crapemyrtle is a deciduous, small to medium sized shrub or small tree with a variable, moderately dense habit, often multi-stemmed form. The showy pink flowers have wrinkled petals like crepe paper. The foliage is dark green changing in fall to yellows, oranges, and reds. The thin gray bark is exfoliating, exposing a smooth, vari-colored under bark ranging from brown to gray. It needs plenty of moisture when young. After it is established it will tolerate drought and grow well in limited soil spaces. During the growing season, new growth can be pinched to increase flower number and branchiness. The branches will droop as the tree grows. The lower branches are often thinned to show off the trunk form and color.

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Eastern Redbud 

25' H  x  20' W

Rosy pink flowers appear in April. Reddish-purple leaves change to dark green, then to yellow. Forms a spreading, graceful crown. Full sun or light shade. Partial shade preferred in windy, dry areas. Grows to 20' to 30', 30' spread.