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Arizona Ash

Arizona Ash is a short-lived, very fast-growing ash that provides dappled shade. The leaves and twigs have noticeable \”velvet\” hairs. Trunks are distinctly furrowed and branch [...]

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Loquat Oak

Sun. Evergreen. A fast-growing shade tree in the red oak subgroup, with large crinkled leaves that strongly resemble the unrelated Japanese loquat. In spring, the emerging new leaves add a [...]

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Arizona Cypress

Full sun; an evergreen conifer with dense gray-green or bluish foliage and a pyramidal form.\n\nArizona cypress is fast-growing and drought-tolerant in San Antonio, providing strong form to [...]

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Magnolia

Sun. Evergreen. Considered one of the loveliest native American trees. Magnolia’s white, fragrant flowers and perfect upright posture earn it an outsize role in Southern culture and [...]

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Coastal Live Oak

Full sun in deep, well-drained soils. Evergreen and sprawling, with the stiff glossy leaves typical of live oaks. Coastal live oak is the classic live oak of the Southern U.S., casting deep, [...]

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Bur Oak

Full sun. Deciduous, with recognizably large acorns and leaves. The flowers appear in the spring, with greenish-yellow catkins. Bur oak is a good shade tree, fairly resistant to oak wilt, growing [...]

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Lacey Oak

Sun or part shade; deciduous. Thick, distinctly bluish leaves have shallow lobes and nice fall color. Lacey oak tolerates thin soils and makes an excellent choice for a specimen in small outdoor [...]

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Bigtooth Maple

Sun/part shade; deciduous. Outstanding fall color. Bigtooth maple is fairly drought-tolerant and can grow up to 40 feet in the right setting; however, in the Edwards Plateau, it’s mostly a [...]

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Arroyo Sweetwood

Light shade. Semi-evergreen. Arroyo Sweetwood was first selected by plantsman Lynne Lowery, growing in a dry gravel arroyo near Monterrey, Mexico. It may be a bit early to evaluate this recent [...]

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