Eastern Redbud - Known as the harbinger of spring, the Eastern Redbud’s delicate blossoms and buds are one of the season’s most dramatic displays. Unique and irregular branching patterns combine with a trunk that commonly divides close to the ground to create a very handsome, spreading and often flat-topped crown.
Eve's Necklace - Eves necklace a spineless shrub or tree, bears light-green graceful leaflets and fragrant pink, wisteria-like blooms.
Texas Redbud - Small tree, 10-20 ft. in height, with small, glossy, hairier leaves with wavy edges. Clusters of flowers appear in early spring before the leaves emerge and continue to bloom as the leaves develop with flowers that are rose purple.
Texas Mountain Laurel - Showy multi-stemmed shrub or small tree. Fragrant violet-blue flowers in terminal clusters for a wonderful display. Slow growing and easily trained as a nice espalier or patio tree. Evergreen.
Japanese Black Pine - Can reach the height of 131', but rarely achieves this size outside its natural range. Bark is gray on young trees and small branches, changing to black and plated on larger branches and the trunk; becoming quite thick on older trunks.
Sweetgum - With its star-shaped leaves, neatly compact crown, interesting fruit and twigs with unique corky growths called wings—is an attractive ornamental shade tree. Looking to add some fall color, this tree is a sure bet. The glossy green leaves turn beautiful shades of yellow, orange, red and purple in the autumn.
Southern Magnolia - Southern Magnolia is a magnificent tree with a name that is somewhat misleading. Although it is most prevalent in the South—and the state tree of Mississippi—its zone 6 planting range means it can grow in many northern areas, even as far north as parts of Maine, Michigan and Washington.
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Desert Willow - The Desert Willow is one of Texas’ best trees. The flowers range in color from light pink to light violet. Don’t over water this tree just because there has been no rain for a while. Very drought resistant.
Mexican Redbud - Great small space tree especially adapted for the conditions of the desert southwest. Brilliant rose-violet blooms appear in spring just before the foliage emerges. Glossy, blue-green leaves have pronounced wavy edges. Drought tolerant once established.