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15 GALLON TO 200 GALLON

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CREPE MYRTLES
CREPE MYRTLES: Maturing at about 15' to 20'H. Good as a specimen shrub or in groups. Shrub borders or perennial borders. In the South where above-ground winter hardiness is not a problem plants can also be effectively planted as screens informal hedges or trained. crepe myrtle
CM Muskogee

Crepe Myrtle-MUSKOGEE
15 gallon
30 gallon

Muskogee

MUSKOGEE

crepe myrtle

Crepe Myrtles

Natchez

Crepe Myrtle-NATCHEZ
15 gallon
30 gallon

Natchez

Crepe Myrtle-NATCHEZ

dynamite

Crepe Myrtle-DYNAMITE
15 gallon
30 gallon

dynamite

Crepe Myrtle-DYNAMITE

pink velour

Crepe Myrtle-PINK VELOUR
15 gallon

Pink velour

Crepe Myrtle-PINK VELOUR

OAK TREES
OAK TREES: About 600 species of Oak exist on earth. The oak is a common symbol of strength and endurance and the official National Tree of the United States of America. crepe myrtle
Nuttall Oak

NUTTALL OAK
100 gallon
Quercus Nuttallii - The Nuttall oak is usually found on poorly drained clay flats and low bottoms of the Gulf Coastal Plain, as well as areas North of the Mississippi and Red River Valleys. They have been confused with the Pin Oak. They are an important species for wildlife management because of their heavy annual mast production. The Nuttall makes a great specimen tree and needs very little pruning. The branches are extremely resistant to breakage and the tree will tolerate many soil conditions. This tree is highly recommended for the landscape.

Nuttall Oak

NUTTALL OAK
200 gallon

Nuttall Oak

NUTTALL OAK

Bur Oak

BUR OAK 65 gallon
15 gallon
30 gallon

Shumard Red Oak

SHUMARD RED OAK 5 gall.
15 gallon
30 gallon
65 gallon

Live Oak

LIVE OAK 15 gallon
30 gallon
65 gallon
95 gallon
200 gallon

Water Oak

WATER OAK
15 gallon
30 gallon
65 gallon
95 gallon

White Oak

MONTERREY MEX. WHITE OAK
15 gallon
30 gallon
65 gallon
The Monterrey Oak has a very rapid growth rate, few known pests, moderate water needs, making it a desired tree for the landscape. Monterrey Oaks are medium sized trees reaching height of around 40' ft. tall - making this tree a perfect fit for the urban landscape.

Oak

 

OTHER TREES
River Birch

RIVER BIRCH 30 gallon
Maturing at about 70'H by 60'W. River Birch's distinguishing characteristic is its outstanding peeling cinnamon-colored bark. It is extremely heat tolerant in dry years it will shed inner leaves. It prefers an acid soil becoming chlorotic in high pH situation.

River Birch

RIVER BIRCH

 

Bald Cypress

BALD CYPRESS 15 gallon
Maturing at about 50 to 100'H by 20 to 30'W. Possible street tree use it is very adaptable to wet or dry sites however it can become chlorotic in high pH soils. Could be used as a specimen. Very majestic tree with a fine textured appearance.

Bald Cypress

BALD CYPRESS 65 gallon
100 gallon

cypress

BALD CYPRESS

Chinese Pistache

CHINESE PISTASHE 15 gallon
Maturing at about 40'H by 30'W. Long-lived winter hardy shade tree with spectacular redred-orange fall color. Outstanding heat drought and soil tolerance.

Chinese Pistashe

CHINESE PISTASHE 30 gallon

Chinese Pistashe

CHINESE PISTASHE

Green Ash

GREEN ASH 45 gallon
Maturing at about 50 to 60'H by 20 to 30'W. Likes full sun wet moist dry sandy loam or clay soil with a rapid growth rate.

Green Ash

GREEN ASH 65 gallon

Green Ash

GREEN ASH

Cedar Elm

CEDAR ELM
Maturing at about 50 to 70'H by 40 to 60'W. It has a round vase shape with a medium growth rate. Grows in part shade/part sun or full sun and tolerates clay loam sand acidic alkaline extended flooding or well-drained with a high drought tolerant.

Drake Elm

DRAKE ELM
15 gallon
Maturing at about 35 to 45'H by 35 to 50'W. It has a round vase shape with a medium growth rate. Grows in part shade/part sun or full sun and tolerates clay loam sandacidic alkaline occasionally wet or well-drained with a high drought tolerant.

Tulip tree

TULIP POPLAR
30 gallon
Liriodendron Tulipifera - Tulip Tree, Tulip Poplar, or Yellow Poplar is one of the largest trees in the Eastern united States. The tree has been known to reach as tall as 190 feet. It is a very rapid grower, however it is not succeptable to some of the usual problems associated with rapid growing species, such as weak wood strength and short life span. Flowering in April (in the Southeastern U.S.) the beautiful nectar filled flowers are pale green or yellow with an orange band at the base of the petals. The bees that feed on them make, what some would claim, the best baking honey available.

Magnolia 65 gall

D.D. BLANCHARD MAGNOLIA
65 gallon
95 gallon
200 gallon

Magnolia

D.D. BLANCHARD MAGNOLIA
The D.D. Blanchard is a fast growing pyramidal shaped tree. It's an evergreen with dark green leaves and rich orange-brown undersides that can reach heights of 100' tall. But in most cases only reach around 50' tall. The D.D. Blanchard grows best in zones 7-9, but have been spotted outside these zones on occasion, preferrin rich, moist, acidic soils with a ph of 4.5-6.5 and full sun. Fantastic for the Southwest landscape.

Magnolia

SOUTHERN MAGNOLIA
15 gallon
30 gallon
65 gallon
This tree is widely cultivated around the world with over 100 different cultivars being bred and marketed commercially. Producing large white/yellow showy citronella smelling flowers in the spring, then later producing a rose colored fruit containing the seeds. The Southern Magnolia is a very popular ornamental tree in the Southeastern U.S and has been seen branching from the ground up, or trimmed to expose the trunk. This tree is recommended for seashore plantings in windy areas that have mild salt spray. This tree would make a great addition to the southern landscape.

Loblolly Pine

LOBLOLLY PINE
15 gallon
30 gallon
65 gallon
95 gallon

Slash Pine

SLASH PINE
15 gallon

 

Drummond Red Maple

DRUMMOND RED MAPLE
30 gallon

TEXAS RED BUD
15 gallon

SAVANNAH HOLLY
30 gallon

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