Trees-Shade & Ornamental

Oak Chinquapin

A native to the central and eastern U.S.  Leaves are shiny yellow-green above, whitish underneath.  Alternate, simple, 4" to 6 1/2" long, half as wide, oblong to oblong-lanceolate, usally rounded... Read more

Oak Emory

A native from Arizona to Texas to northern Mexico.  Rounded growth habit to 50' tall.  Furrowed black bark with semi-evergreen foliage.  Leaves are dark green, oval, with sharped toothed edges,... Read more

Oak Escarpment

A native to the plains of central Texas, southern Oklahoma and  far eastern New Mexico.  Escarpment oak is a thicket forming tree that is nearly identical in appearance to, and... Read more

Oak Red 'Shumard'

A native to  the eastern U.S.  Leaves are dark green in summer turning scarlet red in autumn. They are alternate, simple 4 1/2" to 8 1/2" long, 4" to 6"... Read more

Olive European

A native to the Mediterranean, Asia and parts of Africa.  Leaves are opposite, simple, oblong to lanceolate, 1/2" to 4" long, 1/2" to 1 1/2" wide.  They are medium green... Read more

Olive New Mexican

A native to New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona.  A deciduous shrub or small multi-trunked tree.  The leaves are medium green, 1 1/2" long,  turning yellow in autumn. The leaf form... Read more

Palo Verde

Native to southwestern U.S., Mexico. Fast growth rate when young, then slowing. Leaves 6" to 9" long, twice pinnately compound, leaflets in 1 to 3 pairs, crowded, both the rachis... Read more

Palo Verde 'Desert Museum'

This thornless hybrid exhibits qualities found in Cercidium floridum, Cercidium microphyllum, and Parkinsonia aculeata. Leaves are green, twice-pinnately compound, 1/2" to 3/4" long with one to three pairs of small,... Read more

Pine Afghan

Native to Russia, Afghanistan and Pakistan.  Rapid upright growth habit that becomes somewhat rounded with age.  The paired, medium green needles are 5" to 6 1/2" long.  The cones are... Read more

Pine Aleppo

A native to the Mediterranean region.  Open irregular crown of many short ascending branches.  Needles are very slender 2 1/2" to 4" long, distinctly yellowish green and produced in pairs.... Read more

Pine Italian Stone

Native to southern Europe and Turkey.  It has a broad, somewhat flattened, rounded canopy.  Needles are bright green, stiff, alternate, spiral, 6" long and arranged in slightly twisted bundles.  The... Read more

Pine Japanese Black

Native to Japan.  Broadly pyramidal, dense, irregular shape with spreading often pendulous branches.  Pine needles are handsome, lustrous dark green, densely crowded, twisted, more or less spreading, 2 1/2" to... Read more

Pine Pinon

Native to the mountain slopes in the far north Trans-Pecos, north to Colorado, and west to Arizona and New Mexico. Small contorted tree with a compact, global crown and horizontal... Read more

Purple Leaf Plum

Small, shrubby, rounded tree with ascending, spreading branches.  Dark purple leaves, alternate, simple, toothed, 1 1/2" to 2 1/2" long, 1" to 1 1/4" wide, ovate, elliptic or obovate.  In... Read more

Redbud Eastern

A native to eastern U.S.  The fastest growing of all redbuds and most apt to take tree form.  Leaves are a lustrous dark green turning yellow-green to yellow in autumn.... Read more

Redbud Mexican

A medium sized tree with the trunk divided close to the ground.  It forms a spreading flat-topped to rounded crown with graceful ascending branches.  Leaves are alternate, simple, broad-ovate, 3"... Read more

Soapberry Western

Single-stemmed or low-branched tree with a broad-oval to rounded crown.  Leaves are medium green turning a deep golden yellow in autumn. The leaves are alternate, compound, and even pinnate, 8... Read more

Sumac Desert 'Flameleaf'

Native to southwestern U.S. and Mexico.  Foliage is dark green in summer turning to rich red, crimson, and scarlet in autumn.  Leaves are alternate, compound, pinnate, 9 to 21 leaflets,... Read more

Sycamore 'Bloodgood'

Pyramidal in youth, developing with age a large, open, wide spreading canopy with massive branches. Foliage is medium to dark green in summer turning yellow brown in autumn. Leaves are... Read more

Sycamore Arizona

A medium sized tree, usually branching low with a spreading, open canopy.  Leaves are alternate, simple with 3 to 5 pointed lobes, somewhat star shaped, green above, pale green and... Read more