Tree Species

Texas Post Oak

“The Most Common Texas Oak” The post oak (Quercus stellata) is one of the most common oaks in Texas, and occurs from Texas and Oklahoma east throughout the southeast and

Aleppo Pine

“An Ideal Ornamental for Hot Climates” Aleppo pine is native to the Mediterranean region, and is often grown there for timber and other wood products. In North America, it is

Japanese Evergreen Oak

“A Hardy, Slow-Growing Evergreen” Japanese evergreen oak is native to Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and parts of China. It was introduced in the United States in 1878. This species, Quercus

White Oak

“A Prized, Historic Tree” White oak is the reigning tree over its growth range. Some of the largest and most famous trees are oaks. The wood has been highly prized

Italian Cypress

“A Drought-Tolerant Favorite” Italian cypress (Cupressus sempervirens), also known as Mediterranean cypress, has been used in formal gardens and around buildings for centuries. This tall, narrow tree can reach heights

Northern Red Oak

“A Hardy Landscape Tree” The northern red oak (Quercus rubra) is a fast-growing and long-living tree known for its beautiful red fall color, value to wildlife and status as the

Japanese Maple

“A Popular Feature Tree” Native to Japan and parts of Asia, Japanese maple (Acer palmatum) has been cultivated in temperate areas around the world since the 1800s. This tree is

European Beech

“A Beautiful Shade Tree” Many cultivars of European beech (Fagus sylvatica) have been selected with red, purple, variegated and cutleaf foliage as well as weeping and fastigiate branching habits and