Texas ash, native cedar, cedar elm, and bur, Canby and Texas red oaks also are good choices for you, as well as Montezuma cypress. This cypress does not care much about soil type, it stays green much longer than the bald cypress on Keller’s list, is faster growing and doesn’t have the knees that bald cypresses do. Some are good choices, some are poor choices. Silver maple tree (Acer saccharinum)Bigtooth maple tree (Acer grandidentatum) Caddo maple tree leaves (Acer saccharum var.Paperbark maple tree (Acer griseum) ‘Crimson Queen‘ Japanese maple tree (Acer palmatum var.Orangeola Japanese maple tree (Acer palmatum ‘Orangeola‘).
That means that the trees, shrubs, vines, and groundcovers I grow are … Japanese maples are the small spots of color in Sperry backyard in autumn. … part of Texas where they’re best adapted) will offer a dozen or more types. ‘Chishio’ – Palmatum. Crimson red spring foliage turning green in summer; orange/red in fall; slow grower; to about 12 feet. ‘Crimson Queen‘ – Dissectum.
Most popular red dissectum variety; finely cut red leaves hold color throughout growing season; strongly cascading/weeping form so best if grafted high. To find the best Japanese maples for landscaping, ask the Texas Certified Nursery … Plano Texas who will help you select the best ornamental trees for Texas garden design and help you … www.calloways.com/plano-north.