An easy but slow growing small rounded deciduous tree with three-lobed deep green leaves. The foliage turns shades of dark red and orange in fall. Excellent small landscape tree that has no serious insect or disease problems. Grows well in most soils.
Tough and durable small tree with brilliant rose-violet blooms appear in spring just before the foliage emerges. Glossy, blue-green leaves have pronounced wavy edges. Nice fall foliage color.
Upright evergreen tree. Cup-shaped, sweetly fragrant, creamy-white flowers appear in spring and sporadically throughout summer. Leaves are glossy dark green with silver undersides. Propagation without a license prohibited.
Medium-sized semi-evergreen-evergreen native shade tree with a broad rounded crown and thick leathery leaves that emerge with a peach colored tint maturing to dark green. Extremely drought tolerant and can adapt to most soils. Also known as Monterrey Oak.
Popular and easily grown deciduous shade tree that is perfect for home landscapes. Develops a broad crown as it matures. Leaves are glossy dark green and turn yellow-red in fall. Native to Texas and is well suited to thrive in drought, salty and rocky soils.