Container Stock - 15gal to 95gal

Explore some selections of our inventory below. The provided off-site links, though informative, may not be specific to our native Texan varieties. Please call us with any questions.

 

Have questions? Give us a call at 281-277-2033. We have more varities as well.

 

Acer buergeriunum (Trident Maple)

Small tree with rounded crown. Vigorous grower with brilliant fall color.

Pistacioa chinensis (Chinese Pistache)

A medium size tree with broad rounded crown. Beautiful compound leaves offer a spectacular fall show.

Acer rubrum 'drummondii' (Drummond Red Maple)

Beautiful native tree with narrow, rounded crown. New growth red, hardening off to a bright green with possibility of fall color depending on conditions.

Pyrus calleryana 'Bradford' (Bradford Pear)

Small tree with symmetric branching. It has spade shaped leaves that will give exciting fall color. White blooms cover the tree in early spring.

Betula nigra (River Birch, Duraheat)

Multi-trunked native tree with cinnamon colored peeling bark. Leaves are small and dark green. A good tree for wet areas.

Quercus alba (White Oak)

Largest of the oaks. Colorful when leafing, also provides brilliant fall color. The trunk has distinctive scaly bark.

Carya illinoensis (Pecan)

Large long lived native tree with broad rounded crown. State tree of Texas.

Quercus lyrata (Overcup oak)

A large native tree with open, rounded crown. A vigorous grower, ideal for poorly drained clay soil.

Cercis canadensis var. texensis (Texas Redbud)

A small native tree with broad rounded crown. Known for purple-red show of flowers in early spring.

Quercus shumardii (Shumard Oak)

A rapid growing native oak with open top. Large finely cut leaves turn bright red in autumn.

Ilex x attenuata 'East Palatka' (East Palatka Holly)

Mid size tree form holly. Has dark green leaves with smooth margins and red berries in the fall.

Quercus virginiana (Live Oak)

A large, evergreen, native oak with wide spreading crown. It is drought resistant and adapted to a wide range of soil types.

Illex x attenuate 'Savannah' (Savannah Holly)

Long lived, evergreen, pyramidal shaped tree. Scarlet berries in autum. It prefers acid, well drained soil.

Quercus macrocarpa (Bur Oak)

A large native tree with heavy spreading branches and broad crown. Its course texture can give striking contrast to a landscape design.

Ilex x opaca 'Fosteri' (Foster Holly)

A small handsome tree form holly with small dark green leaves. A dependable berry producer.

Quercus nigra (Water Oak)

A large, fast growing native oak with broad rounded crown. It has a straight trunk with a smooth bark and is semi-evergreen during a mild winter.

Ilex vomitoria 'Pride of Houston' (Pride of Houston Yaupon)

A small , evergreen, multi-trunked tree with dense and rounded crown. Leaves are small and smooth. It is drought resistant and can be planted in sun or shade.

Quercus nuttallii (Nuttall Oak)

A large native oak with broad open crown. New growth often showing red, with brilliant fall color. It is at home in poorly drained clay soil.

Lagerstroemia indica (Crape Myrtle)

Small tree with distinctive smooth pale trunks. It blooms throughout the summer.

Quercus polymorpha (Monterey Oak)

A large evergreen oak with dark green leather like leaves. It is a rapid grower, with new growth often showing red.

Liquidambar styraciflua (Sweetgum)

A large pyramidal-shaped native tree with symmetrical branching habit. The star shaped leaves turn yellow to red in the fall. It is a rapid growing tree.

Quercus shumardii (Shumard Oak)

A rapid growing native oak with open top. Large finely cut leaves turn bright red in autumn.

Magnolia grandiflora (Southern Magnolia)

Large cone shaped, evergreen, native tree with shiny dark green leaves. Large white flowers throughout the summer.

Quercus virginiana (Live Oak)

A large, evergreen, native oak with wide spreading crown. It is drought resistant and adapted to a wide range of soil types.

Magnolia grandiflora 'DD Blanchard' (DD Blanchard Magnolia)

Similar growth habit to that of the Southern Magnolia, with distinctive brown under side of the leaves.

Taxodium distichum (Bald Cypress)

A large, native, deciduous, conifer with light feathery foliage. Ideal for planting in poorly drained areas.

Magnolia grandiflora 'Little Gem' (Little Gem Magnolia)

A magnolia on a smaller scale. It is an excellent bloomer that makes a good accent in the landscape.

Ulmus parvifolia 'Drake' (Drake Elm)

A medium sized, rapid growing tree with a rounded crown. It has rich, dark green foliage, with sweeping branches.

Myrica cerifera (Southern Bayberry or Wax Myrtle)

Small, multi-trunked, evergreen tree with fragrant green leaves, native to east Texas.

Ulmus parvifolia (Lacebark Elm)

A medium sized rapid growing tree with an open crown. It has a distinctive exfoliating bark.

Pinus taeda (Loblolly Pine)

A large, rapid growing tree, native to east Texas with a good branching habit.

Ulmus crassifolia (Cedar Elm)

A medium to large tree with an oval crown. It has glossy green foliage with slightly weeping branches. This is an extremely durable native tree.

 

Have questions? Give us a call at 281-277-2033. We have more varities as well.