Grafted Papershell Pecans
Papershell pecan trees, otherwise called improved variety, are large, fast-growing and long-lived. They provide a large canopy and produce papershell pecans in the fall of the year.
Forest Pansy Redbud – Cercis canadensis
This smaller, spring-blooming tree has much seasonal interest. The forest pansy redbud sprouts beautiful rose-purple flowers in the spring. Provides wonderful fall color in shades of reddish-purple and orange. Grows to 20’030′ tall.
Oklahoma Redbud – Cercis reniformis
A slow growing tree. Shiny, dark green leaves turn yellow before dropping in the fall. Covered in deep pink flowers in the springtime. Grows to 20′-30′ tall.
The Weeping Willow tree is a crowd favorite and it is easily recognized by it’s sprawling crown of ground-sweeping branches. This tree grows especially well near water. Reaches a height of 30′-40′ tall, with a 35′ spread.
This fast growing willow has an interesting branch pattern and system that sets it apart from other landscape trees. The adaptable Corkscrew Willow grows in full sun or partial shade.
Cedar Elm – Ulmus crassifolia
This tree grows at a medium rate. It is considered both a shade and an ornamental tree and grows best in full sun. It can grow in various soil types and is fairly drought tolerant. It grows to 50′-70′ tall.
Allee Elm – Ulmus parvifolia Emer II
Allee Elm will grow in full sun on a wide range of soils, and tolerates urban heat and wind. Trees will look their best, though, when grown in moist, well-drained, fertile soil but they adapt to drought. Grows to 60′-70′ tall.
Lacebark Elm – Ulmus parvifolia
A medium growth rate tree. Has unusual bark which peels, adding texture to any landscape. Grows in full sun and a wide range of soil types. Grows to 40′-50′ tall.
Arizona Blue Cypress – Cupressus arizonica
A conical conifer that has glaucous blue-gray leaves and needles that are flecked with white resin. It develops globular cones which are chocolate brown. Prefers full sun. Grows to 25′-35′ tall and 10′-14′ in diameter.
Bald Cypress – Taxodium distichum
A moderately fast growing tree. Great for wet soils, but hardy in drier soils. Green, wispy needle-like leaves turn to copper/red color before dropping in the fall. Grows to 60′-80′.
Pond Cypress – Taxodium distichum
The Pond Cypress, sometimes treated as a variety of the Bald Cypress, is a deciduous conifer which is narrowly conical or columnar. This tree grows 70′-80′ tall at maturity.
Chinquapin Oak – Quercus chinquapin
The Chinauapin Oak grows at a slow to medium rate and is considered both a shade tree and an ornamental tree. It features a spreading canopy capable of blocking sunlight and adds visual interest and beauty to landscaping.
Live Oak – Quercus virginiana
A medium growth rate tree. Grows into large, sprawling, picturesque tree. Very hardy tree. Grows well in well-drained soil types. Grows 60′-80′ tall.
Sawtooth Oak – Quercus sawtooth
A medium growth rate tree. Leaves turn brown in winter, but are mostly retained by the tree. Adaptable to most soils except high alkaline soil. Grows to 35′-45′ tall.
Shumard Oak – Quercus shumardii
A fast growing, stately tree. Dark green leaves most of the years, turning brilliant red to orange in the fall. Adaptable to most soils. Grows to 55′-80′ tall.
Water Oak – Quercus nigra
A fast growing, acorn producing tree. Adaptable to wet areas, but will also thrive in dryer conditions. Part shade to full sun. Grows to 50′-60′ tall.
Bur Oak – Quercus macrocarpa
A medium growth rate tree. The treetop grows into a wide sprawling canopy providing outstanding ornamental features. Grows 70′-90′ tall.
Cleveland Pear – Pyrus calleryana
This fast growing ornamental tree has a uniform oval shape and exudes elegance with minimal effort. Covered in white blossoms in springs, then turning a variety of plums, brandy reds, and mellow golden yellow in the fall. Grows to 30′-40′ tall.
London Plane Tree – Platanus acerifolia
This tree provides wonderful shade and is drought tolerant. It features a rich, deep canopy that is great for shade. The London Plan Tree transplants easily and grows best in full sun to partial shade.
Chinese Pistache – Pastachia chinensis
The Chinese Pistache grows at a medium rate. It provides good fall color, with leaves turning beautiful shades of orange and red. This tree is considered both an ornamental and a shade tree. Grows 25′-35′ tall.
October Glory Maple – Acer rubrum october glory
This tree grows at a medium to fast rate. The tree’s foliage holds a lustrous dark green color until later in the fall compared to most Maples. Once the fall colors emerge, they turn shades of orange and red. Full sun and partial shade, this tree grows to a height of 40-50′.
Autumn Blaze Maple – Acer rubrum autumn blaze
A spectacular fall coloring tree. One of the first trees to turn colors in the fall. It is fast growing and grows in part shade to full sun. This beautiful tree will grow to 45′-50′ tall.
Redpointe Maple – Acer rubrum redpointe
The Redpointe Maple is a wonderful shade tree tailored for today’s landscapes. It is heat resistant and a vigorous growing tree, and a colorful choice for new sustainable landscaping.