We Offer a Large Selection of Tree Varieties!

Please see our selection below.
We may have more varieties to choose from, depending on the season!

Arizona Ash

Arizona Ash

Fraxinus Velutina

Medium - Fast growing, spreading root system. Withstands hot dry conditions.

Bradford Pear

Bradford Pear

Pyrus Calleryana

Medium - Symmetrical growing ornamental. Non-invasive root system. White flowers in Spring, red fall foliage.

Bur Oak

Bur Oak

Quercus Macrocarpa

Large - Deep rooted. Yellow fall color. Large acorns. Tolerates drought and poor soil. Hardy tree for West Texas.

Cedar Elm

Cedar Elm

Ulmus Crassifolia

Large - Deep rooted. Beautiful shape. Yellow-orange fall color. Fast growing.

Chinese Pistache

Chinese Pistache

Pistacia chinesis

Large - Medium growth rate. Red, orange, yellow fall color. Easily grown in West Texas.

Cottonless Cottonwood

Cottonless Cottonwood

Populus spp.

Large - Fast growing, low maintenance. Needs regular, deep watering. Can have an invasive root system.

Desert Willow

Desert Willow

Chilopsis Linearis

Small - Fast growing. Pink, white, rose or lavender flowers, summer through fall. Non-invasive root system.

Eldarica Pine

Eldarica Pine

Pinus Eldarica

Large - Fast growing. Often used for windbreak tree. Tap root.

Globe Willow

Globe Willow

Salix matsudana 'Globosa'

Large - Fast growing. Large round top, grows best with regular watering. Tolerates poor soil.

Red Oaks

Red Oaks

Large - Growing beautiful tree with bright red fall foliage

Lacebark Elm

Lacebark Elm

Ulmus Parvifolia

Large - Fast growing. Spreading nature. Drought tolerant. Older trees shed bark.

Lavender Tree

Lavender Tree

Vitex agnus-castus

Small - Fast growing small ornamental tree or bush. Usually multi trunked. Lavender flowers.

Little Gem Magnolia

Little Gem Magnolia

Magnolia grandiflora 'Little Gem'

Small - Upright evergreen small tree. Creamy white flowers from mid-summer to fall. Great for small areas.

Live Oak

Live Oak

Quercus virginiana

Large - Very hardy in West Texas. Native Texas tree. Evergreen. Long life. Broad, heavily branched tree.

Mesquite

Mesquite

Prosopis glandulosa

Medium - Native, medium tree. Deep rooted. Spreading tree. Tolerant of drought and poor soil.

Mimosa

Mimosa

Albizia julibrissin

Small - Fast growing ornamental tree. Usually multi-trunked. Pink flowers in early spring.

Pecan

Pecan

Carya illininensis

Large - Large, shapely tree valued for its shade and nuts. Many varieties do well in our area. Deep tap root.

Pinyon Pine

Pinyon Pine

Pinus edulis

Small - Drought tolerant. Small accent tree. Good for rock gardens.

Purpleleaf Plum

Purpleleaf Plum

Prunus cerasifera

Small - Small ornamental tree. Light pink flowers in Spring followed by deep purple foliage.

Redbud

Redbud

Cercis canadensis

Small - Small ornamental tree with small rosy-pink to purple pink flowers in early Spring. Some Varieties are native to Texas. Non invasive root system.

Weeping Willow

Weeping Willow

Salix babylonica

Large - Very fast growing shade tree that tolerates poor soil and drainage. Can reach 60 feet tall and 50 feet wide. Needs lots of room for top and root system.

Yaupon Holly

Yaupon Holly

Ilex Vomitoria

Small - Small ornamental tree, native to Texas. White bark, red berries on female plants. Evergreen. Great accent plant for our area.