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Crape Myrtle Tru-Green Laurel
Lagerstroemia indica
This extremely colorful small tree makes a perfect choice for color lovers! Very long bloom period starts mid summer and lasts thru mid fall. One of the very few trees that provides summer color.
Tru-Green Laurels grow to a perfect shape, are incredibly easy to care for, and are exceptionally heat tolerant. These trees are our #1 selling shade tree for a reason!
Camphor Cottonwood
Cinnamomum camphora
The Camphor is a dense shade tree that provides a welcome display year-round green, clean and fragrant foliage. Camphors bring the benefits of a large oak but with a more individualized look.
Populus fremontii
The Cottonwood is a super fast-growing tree that's well suited for shading large areas or providing a wind break for larger properties.
Holly Nellie Stevens Italian Cypress
Llex x attenuata
The highly adaptable Holly Nellie Stevens is a Houston favorite because it's easily shaped and cared for, making this the perfect ornamental evergreen for any landscape .
Cupressus sempervirens
Italian Cypress make a fantastic hedge anywhere they're planted, as they add a very formal and clean tuscan appearance while keeping their trademark shape with very little maintenance required.
Japanese Blueberry Lacebark Elm
Elaeocarpus decipiens
The highly versatile Japanese Blueberry tree grows a fast and lush green foliage peppered with more red and mature leaves that's easily pruned into any desired shape or size, very useful for colorful and unique hedges.
Ulmus parvifolia
The Lacebark Elm, while known more prominently for its exfoliating and wonderfully colored bark, makes for an outstanding flowering shade tree with a very colorful personality.
Leyland Cypress Shumard Red Oak
Cupressus leylandii
The Leyland Cypress is ideal for large hedges or screens covering a wide area, or anywhere a stout, commanding presence is needed holding the classic pine look.
Quercus shumardii
The Shumard Oak is a fast growing tree producing an exquisite and reliable seasonal color that requires little water to survive.
Sycamore Tru-Green Elm
Platanus x acerifolia
Sycamore trees produce a large area of shade, covering a large area with dark green summer foliage that turns to a classic yellow-brown in the fall.
Ulmus parvifolia
Commonly grown over most of the Southern U.S. for over a century, Chinese Elm still remains one of the most popular choices for shade in any application.
Live Oak Magnolia
Quercus virginiana
The Live Oak is a remarkable evergreen specimen native to the Southern U.S. and extremely hardy in desert climates. This is a stately tree that makes an impact wherever planted.
Magnolia add big color and shade anywhere they're planted, bringing a unique and tropical look to your landscape. Blooms produce a beautiful white flower and wonderful fragrance.
Carolina Cherry
These dark, deep green and brown evergreens love the desert climate, making for excellent year-round hedges that produce thick shade.