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Cleveland Pear

This low maintenance tree is native to Asia and is planted for its decorative value. In the fall, this pear tree offers us a substantial amount of fall color. The glossy green foliage will turn a brilliant copper orange, reminding us of the changing seasons. When this tree flowers in the early spring, it has a beautiful white bloom.

'Carolina Sapphire' Arizona Cypress

Carolina Cypress is a drought tolerant, fast growing evergreen conifer. It is grown for its striking silvery bluish green foliage and its wonderful fragrance. It has a conical shaped growth habit reminiscent of a Christmas tree. Carolina Sapphire is great as a privacy border plant or a xeriscape specimen.

Little Gem Magnolia

The Little Gem Magnolia is a small flowering evergreen tree. It is very slow growing and can get to be around twelve feet tall in the span of fifteen years. It has beautiful white flowers that are extremely fragrant and will bloom continuously throughout the hot Texas summer months. It has dark green, glossy leaves that are a bronze-brown color on the underside of the leaf. It is an overall smaller plant than the other grandiflora varieties, so it is a great selection for smaller home sites. Little Gem does particularly well in East Texas.

Desert Willow 'Bubba'

This Chilopsis linearis cultivar has become very popular among landscapers and retailers due to its showy, fragrant, trumpet shaped clusters of deep pink flowers. The leaves are long, slender and soft textured. ‘Bubba’ is also a favorite because it typically does not produce seed pods. ‘Bubba’ has an airy and round growth habit and can be grown as a large bush or pruned into tree form. It is highly tolerant of heat and drought and is low maintenance. It is cold hardy in USDA zones 7-9 and has been known to tolerate temperatures as low as five degrees Fahrenheit.

Chilean Mesquite

Native to South America, the Chilean Mesquite tree is a fast growing and low maintenance tree that provides good shade in the summer. Being a desert type plant, it has low water requirements and can survive in hot, dry environments. This tree can grow either as a multi trunk or single trunk and can reach a mature height of up to thirty feet. Its trunk appears twisted with dark, course-textured bark. Stipular thorns up to three inches long are variably present. In the spring, Catkin-like flowers appear that are followed by elongated seed pods that ripen and fall to the ground in the summer.