Viewing all products HyperLink
| All | Evergreen | Hardwood Search within this category and subcategories:


Afghanistan Pine 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.$60.00
Austrian Pine Retains branches down to ground developing a compact crown with dark green needles. Resistant to pine tip moth. Moderate tolerance to alkaline soils.$60.00
Bur Oak 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.$45.00
Catalpa A fast-growing tree, catalpa prefers moist soil, but will tolerate drier sites. Its characteristic showy flowers, large leaves, and long pods make it easily recognizable.$60.00
Chinkapin Oak A relatively fast growing native, the acorn of the chinkapin oak is excellent food for squirrel and deer.$45.00
Italian Stone Pine Moderately fast growing pine adapted to arid and semi-arid zones. It is not cold hardy. Self prunes lower branches as it reaches maturity. $60.00
Lotebush Spiny shrub that serves as a source of food and cover for a number of wildlife species, especially quail.$60.00
Oriental Arborvitae Grows well on a variety of sites. This tree is very drought hardy and will grow on sites where many other evergreens are not recommended. $60.00
Pecan State tree of Texas and a favorite tree of many landowners. This tree is moderately drought hardy, but thrives in soil that is moist and deep.$45.00
Pinyon Pine Moderate to high tolerance to alkali soils. Relatively slow growing. Develops a compact crown with short, light green needles. Resistant to pine tip moth.$60.00
Shumard Oak 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.$45.00
Texas Redbud A common tree found in many forested areas and known for its early spring flowering habits, the redbud is also very desirable as a landscape specimen in urban areas.$60.00
Western Soapberry This Texas native is a medium-sized, drought tolerant tree that occurs naturally throughout the state.$60.00

    Your Cart is Empty