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Fast growing pine best adapted to arid zones and alkali soils. It is not cold hardy. Often retains branches to ground with needles 4-6 inches long.
American plum is a shrub to small tree that is adapted to a variety of soil types and is a valued cover and food source for wildlife.
Retains branches down to ground developing a compact crown with dark green needles. Resistant to pine tip moth. Moderate tolerance to alkaline soils.
Fruit of this tree is an attractive food source for many species of birds and wildlife.
Slow growing tree with compact crown and bluish needles. Should not be used as a single row windbreak because of slow growth.
Excellent windbreak tree considered to be moderately fast growing. Produces strong tap root and heavy strong branches. Large acorn is favorite food of squirrel and deer.
This fast-growing Texas native produces abundant fruit eaten by birds and leaves valued as browse by deer and other wildlife.
Moderate to high tolerance to alkali soils. Relatively slow growing. Develops a compact crown with short, light green needles. Resistant to pine tip moth.
A red oak considered to be relatively fast growing, this tree provides brilliant autumn color with leaves that turn scarlet-red in the fall. Shumard oak is adapted to a variety of sites but prefers deep soils.
Native shrub that provides excellent food and cover for wildlife. Good low growing species for the outside row of a windbreak. Adapted to a variety of site conditions.
Smooth sumac is a tall shrub or small tree that grows on a variety of sites, the leaves of which turn reddish orange in the fall.
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