Trees

Trees are measured by inch caliber

Japanese Maple

A round-headed, deciduous tree with deeply lobed leaves which turn a magnificent color of orange to yellow or red in fall in some areas. Tiny, purple-red flowers are followed by red fruit in late summer. Most cultivars are low growing and shrubby; taller ones form trees or large shrubs. Many are excellent choices for small gardens, large containers and bonsai. Dec. ALS- varies by variety.


15 gallon
$267.50
3" inches
$496.00
4" inches
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Red Maple

Fast growing shade tree with beautiful fall colors. Needs ample moisture. Prefers acid soils. Native to East Texas. Dec. ALS -40’T x 25’W

 


15 gallon
$167.50
3" inches
$497.50
4" inches
$747.50

Pecan

The state tree of Texas. A large, graceful, shapely tree valued for both of its shade and delicious nuts. Many improved paper shell varieties available. Dec-ALS-70’T x 60’W

 


15 gallon
$97.50
3" inches
$237.50
4" inches
$277.50

River Birch

A fast growing moisture- loving shade tree. Noted for its beautiful bark that flakes and curls on older trees. Often grown in clump form. Prefers acid soil. Dec. ALS-60’t x 30’W

 


15 gallon
$147.50
3" inches
$277.50
4" inches
$375.00

Redbud

Small, rounded, ornamental tree with small, rosy pink flowers early spring before leaves appear. Native to Texas. Choose from several improved and selected varieties including ‘Texas’ and Oklahoma’- glossy, green leaves, wine-colored flowers, ‘Forest Pansy’-impressive purplish leaves, rose pink flowers, and ‘Whitebud’- pure white flowers. Dec. ALS-25’T x 25’W


15 gallon
$177.50
3" inches
$277.50
4" inches
$387.50

Dogwood

Small rounded ornamental tree noted for its profusion of beautiful pure white flowers early spring. Leaves have red fall color. Native to East Texas. Performs best in high shade; screen from hot western sun. Prefers well-drained acid soils. Many different varieties available including pink and red flowering varieties. Dec. ALS-25’T x 20’W


15 gallon
$127.50
3" inches
$187.00
4" inches
$215.00

Fan-Tex Ash

A fast-growing, deciduous shade tree. Its leaflets are larger and darker green than Arizona Ash. Foliage turns yellow in the fall. Dec ALS-45’T x 35’W


15 gallon
$87.50
3" inches
$127.50
4" inches
$195.50

Sweetgum

Large shade trees, upright and somewhat cone shaped when young, spreading with age. Leaves turn purple, yellow or red in fall. Native to East Texas. Several improved selections available include, ‘Rotundiloba’, a fruitless selection. Dec. ALS-70’T x 40’W


15 gallon
$147.50
3" inches
$237.50
4" inches
$387.50

Yaupon Holly

A small ornamental tree native to Texas. Usually grown as a multi-trunked specimen. Beautiful white bark. Bright red fruit persists all winter long and is a favorite of birds. Only female plants bear fruit. Evg.ALS-20’T x 15’W

 


15 gallon
$127.50
3" inches
$219.50
4" inches
$267.50

Little Gem Magnolia

A compact, upright evergreen shrub and one of the smallest of the magnolias. The lustrous dark green leaves are covered with a bronzy brown pubescence below. Creamy-white flowers bloom from mid-summer to fall. An excellent flowering shrub for smaller areas. Also makes a good medium sized screen or hedge plant.Evg.ALS-25’T x 15’W.


15 gallon
$147.50
3" inches
$287.50
4" inches
$325.50

Southern Way Myrtle

Rounded, deciduous or evergreen shrub with upright branches and aromatic, glossy olive-green leaves. This wispy, broadleaf evergreen makes an excellent pruned screen, and can be pruned to form an attractive small tree to expose the handsome gray to white bark.


15 gallon
$98.50
3" inches
$187.50
4" inches
$249.50

Chinese Pistache

Large shade tree with beautiful fall color – Scarlet, crimson, orange, sometimes yellow tones. Female specimen bear clusters of red fruit. Easy to grow-tolerant to drought and poor soil. Young trees often gawky and lopsided, but become dense and shapely several years later


15 gallon
$127.50
3" inches
$287.50
4" inches
$387.50

Purpleleaf Plum

Small ornamented tree with beautiful light pink flowers in spring followed by deep purple foliage; there are several varieties to choose from. Dec. ALS-20’T x 20’W.


15 gallon
$137.50
3" inches
$197.50
4" inches
$254.00

Bradford Pear

Upright symmetrical growing ornamental tree. Beautiful pure white flowers in early spring. Rich purplish red foliage in the fall. Many other flowering pear varieties available including Aristocrat, Capital, Chanticleer, and Whitehouse, each with different flowering qualities and growth characteristics. Dec. ALS-35’T x 20’W.


15 gallon
$110.50
3" inches
$237.50
4" inches
$327.50

Bur Oak

Large rounded shade tree native to Texas. Yellow fall color. Large ornamental acorns (golf ball size) are a real novelty. Tolerates drought and poor soils. Dec. ALS-60’T x 60’W.


15 gallon
$147.50
3" inches
$287.50
4" inches
$575.00

Lacey Oak

An attractive small to medium sized tree whose leaves are peach-colored when they emerge in the spring, then turn to bluish-gray to in the summer. An extremely drought tolerant Texas native. Dec. ALS-35’T x 30’W

15 gallon
$137.50
3" inches
$276.50
4" inches
$565.00

Shumard Red Oak

Large majestic rounded shade tree with open branching habit. Brilliant red to yellow fall color. Roots grow deep. Good street or lawn tree. There are many varieties of native Texas oak. Native oaks need to be planted in soil types similar to their native habitat. Dec. ALS-60’T x 50’W


15 gallon
$147.50
3" inches
$277.50
4" inches
$397.50

Chinquapin Oak

Large, rounded-top shade tree native to Texas. Fast growing in deep moist soils, slower in its native dry limestone bluffs and hillsides. Dec. ALS-60’T x 50’W


15 gallon
$140.50
3" inches
$270.50
4" inches
$390.50

Live Oak

Large native Texas shade tree with broad, spreading, heavily-limbed crown. Long-lived and sturdy. One of our best shade trees. Evergreen in all but most northern parts of the state. Several growers offer seedlings from selected trees that exhibit superior growth habits and rate. Escarpment Live Oak is best suited for western areas of the state. Evg. ALS-60’T x 70’W

15 gallon
$137.50
3" inches
$267.50
4" inches
$387.50

Weeping Willow

Very fast growing shade tree that tolerates poor soils and soil drainage. Requires plenty of space and water, best used near a stream or lake. Dec. ALS-60’T x 50’W.


15 gallon
$145.30
3" inches
$289.50
4" inches
$375.00

Bald Cypress

Large, upright tree that thrives in wet waterlogged conditions as well as rather dry soil. Foliage turns bright orange-brown in fall. Pyramidal shaped when young – rounded with age. Native to Texas. Dec. ALS-70’T x 40’W


15 gallon
$110.50
3" inches
$227.50
4" inches
$327.50

Blue Italian Cypress

Conical cypress with very short branches that form a dense, narrow column. The stout branchlets have outstanding dark, grayish blue-green scale-like leaves. Use in a classic, formal planting or as a distinctive specimen or accent anywhere in the landscape. Evg. ALS- 30’T x 3’W.


15 gallon
$182.50
30 gallon
$325.00
45 gallon
$675.00

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