Trees Available

Live Oak (Quercus Virginiana)  
$125.00 - $750.00

This evergreen tree is the most popular tree in Texas. It adapts to a wide variety of soils and is found thriving all over the state, many specimens living for Centuries. They grow 30-50 feet tall, depending on soil and tree genetics. Most references say this is a slow to medium growth rate tree, not so slow around here. Live Oaks are susceptible to Oak Wilt so always follow recommended guidelines when planting or pruning.

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Texas Redbud (Cercis Canadensis Var. Texensis) 
$150.00 - $750.00 

Texas Redbud is the small ornamental tree anxious to show its purple/pink colored blossoms before it leaf’s out in late February and early March throughout Central Texas. Native to the Austin and surrounding areas since it grows on thin calcareous soils, it is an easy tree to grow and adapt to your area whether it’s full sun or as an understory tree in dappled shade. This tree tolerates hot, dry areas once established as it has heart shaped waxy leaves that help retard transpiration. They grows 15 to 25 feet tall as a single trunk tree and are also available as the more natural looking multi-trunk which tend to finish a little shorter.

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Chinquapin Oak (Quercus Muehlenbergii)
$99.00 - $850.00

 Chinquapin Oak is a beautiful, deciduous, upright shade tree developing into a magnificent specimen when mature. It’s dark green shiny leaves help provide a lush landscape appearance. Chinkapin Oak has an ashy light gray bark that breaks into narrow thin flakes as it matures. Interesting serrated leaf edge is quite different from other trees. With a moderate growth rate the tree will be 40 to 50 feet tall and 30 feet wide when mature. 

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Bur Oak (Quercus Macrocarpa)
$125.00 - $750.00

Bur Oak is a large Majestic deciduous shade tree with a wide open crown.  The large 1.5″ acorns are one of the largest of our native Oak species, and provide food for our wildlife.   The big lobed leaves with red tinged new growth and nice fall color it produces are added benefits. Widely adapted throughout Central Texas soils, it’s very drought resistant once established. This is another tree that grows large, around 60 feet tall and wide in our soils when mature. Insect and disease problems are rare. These trees have shown no susceptibility to oak wilt.

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Shumard Red Oak ( Quercus Shumardii)
$125.00 - $750.00

The Shumard Oak is an excellent moderate to fast growing shade tree with a dense canopy of sharply pointed leaves. Widely adapted to Central Texas, its deciduous leaves turn brilliant red, yellow, and orange before they drop in the fall. This tree will grow 50 – 60 feet tall in good soil.

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Crape Myrtle (Lagerstromemia indica) $150.00 - $750.00

A small ornamental tree, usually multi-trunked with beautiful flowers all summer long.  Choose from shades of red, rose pink, purple, or white.  Fall foliage is yellow, sometimes orange to red.  Many varieties from which to choose from including dwarf and miniature selections.

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