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Hawthorn (havtorn)

Hawthorn (havtorn)

Common Name: Bigtooth Maple (Canyon Maple)

Common Name: Bigtooth Maple (Canyon Maple)

Texas A&M Forest Service - Trees of Texas - List of Trees

Texas A&M Forest Service - Trees of Texas - List of Trees

Alligator Juniper - Evergreen Screen

Alligator Juniper - Evergreen Screen

Cercis canadensis. I adore the heart-shaped leaves and the pretty pink flowers in the spring. Ours is loaded with buds this year.

Cercis canadensis. I adore the heart-shaped leaves and the pretty pink flowers in the spring. Ours is loaded with buds this year.

Lacey Oak (Blue Oak)  Quercus glaucoides; Medium Size; Deciduous  Growth Rate:	Slow;  Water Needs:	Dry  Tolerances:	Drought, alkaline soils (pH > 7.5) Texas native, reliable fall color, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife  New leaves are peach-colored, turning blue-green, then back to peach in the fall.  Unusual, native oak with bluish foliage. May be difficult to find in nurseries.  Lacey Oak leaves range 2 to 4 inches long with smooth and lobed edge. Texas Superstar.

Lacey Oak (Blue Oak) Quercus glaucoides; Medium Size; Deciduous Growth Rate: Slow; Water Needs: Dry Tolerances: Drought, alkaline soils (pH > 7.5) Texas native, reliable fall color, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife New leaves are peach-colored, turning blue-green, then back to peach in the fall. Unusual, native oak with bluish foliage. May be difficult to find in nurseries. Lacey Oak leaves range 2 to 4 inches long with smooth and lobed edge. Texas Superstar.

Common Name:	Texas Madrone (Madrono) Small Evergreen Growth Rate:	Slow Water Needs:	Dry Attributes:	Texas native, showy or fragrant flower, attractive seeds or fruit, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features:	Flowers, red fruit, and dark, exfoliating bark. Comments:	Extrememly drought-tolerant native with striking flowers, bark, and fruit. Problems:	Difficult to establish. Requires a well-drained site, but new trees may need supplemental water. Firewise:	Yes

Common Name: Texas Madrone (Madrono) Small Evergreen Growth Rate: Slow Water Needs: Dry Attributes: Texas native, showy or fragrant flower, attractive seeds or fruit, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features: Flowers, red fruit, and dark, exfoliating bark. Comments: Extrememly drought-tolerant native with striking flowers, bark, and fruit. Problems: Difficult to establish. Requires a well-drained site, but new trees may need supplemental water. Firewise: Yes

Goldenraintree

Goldenraintree

Common Name:	Crabapple Latin Name:	Malus spp. Tree Size:	Small Leaf Type:	Deciduous Growth Rate:	Slow Water Needs:	Moderate Tolerances:	Drought, alkaline soils (pH > 7.5) Attributes:	Texas native, reliable fall color, showy or fragrant flower, attractive seeds or fruit, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features:	White, pink, or red flowers, followed by a small crabapple Comments:	Blanco Crabapple is endemic to the Hill Country. Many other cultivars available. Problems:	Aphids, fall webworm

Common Name: Crabapple Latin Name: Malus spp. Tree Size: Small Leaf Type: Deciduous Growth Rate: Slow Water Needs: Moderate Tolerances: Drought, alkaline soils (pH > 7.5) Attributes: Texas native, reliable fall color, showy or fragrant flower, attractive seeds or fruit, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features: White, pink, or red flowers, followed by a small crabapple Comments: Blanco Crabapple is endemic to the Hill Country. Many other cultivars available. Problems: Aphids, fall webworm

Texas A&M Forest Service - Trees of Texas - List of Trees

Texas A&M Forest Service - Trees of Texas - List of Trees

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