Nut Trees Native to Southeast Texas?

Answer Growing nut trees can be lucrative--not only for the nuts the trees produce, but because of the wood itself. However, not all nut trees grows in all parts of the country successfully. The climate o... Read More »

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What Trees Grow in Southeast Texas?

Southeast Texas is generally described as the area from from Houston down the Gulf Coast to Brownsville, and inland from those two points, roughly defined by a rectangular-shaped area. Known for he... Read More »

The Best Native Trees in North Texas?

The climate of north Texas is considered humid-subtropical since the region lies about 250 miles to the north of the Gulf of Mexico. The summers in the area are hot and the rate of precipitation fl... Read More »

Are palm trees native to Texas?

Texas does have native palm trees, although not all palms in Texas originated within the state. Texas has only one native species, the Texas sabal palm (Sabal mexicana/Sabal texana). Common names f... Read More »

How to Identify Native Texas Trees?

The diverse climate and soils in Texas allow hundreds of native trees to flourish. Native Texas trees have adapted to the conditions and elevations of the vegetative zones, which include forests in... Read More »