Attractive small to medium sized tree with peach-colored new foliage that matures to blue-green. Extremely drought and heat tolerant. Grows well in rocky, limestone soils. A perfect tree to provide shade near a patio.
Popular landscape tree that grows well in heat and poor soils. It eventually reaches a very large size that yields dense shade. The leaves are dark green and leathery. Tolerates drought once established. A relatively fast grower when young. Cultivars “Empire” and “Cathedral” have more upright and uniform growth habit. Semi-evergreen.
A very desirable large shade and ornamental oak tree with an upright habit. Lustrous green summer foliage turns to a brilliant red-orange in fall. A must for any landscape. Drought tolerant when established. Best red oak for alkaline soils in DFW area.
Pyrus calleryana ‘Cleveland Select’
An outstanding spring flowering tree, covered in masses of pure white flowers in early spring before foliage appears. Upright growth. Lovely reddish orange fall color. A better form and branching habit than Bradford Pear.
Carya illinoinensis ‘Choctaw’
Early bearing, semi self-fertile. Late shedder, very large nutmeat, soft shell, good quality. Ripens late October-early November.
Carya illinoinensis ‘Desirable’
Semi self-fertile. Early shedder, large, medium-soft shell. Ripens late October-early November.
Carya illinoinensis ‘Kiowa’
Large, soft shell and easy to crack. Self-fertile. Excellent nut quality. Late shedder.
Carya illinoinensis ‘Mohawk’
Large nuts, high quality. Thin-shelled and easy to crack. Late shedder.
Carya illinoinensis ‘Pawnee’
Early ripening, early shedder, soft shell. Ripens late September.
Fast growing, pyramidal evergreen tree with handsome, dark green needles. Tolerates a wide range of soil conditions, heat and drought tolerant. Use as specimen, screen or windbreak.