Montezuma Cypress

The Montezuma Cypress is a decidedly iconic tree in the south, with its large, almost disproportionate trunk and fringe like needles. It is the national tree of Mexico and thrives in the humid and hot air of South Texas. Though very similar in appearance to the Bald Cypress, it rarely produces knees, thus making it an appealing drought tolerant landscape tree. At Alvin Tree Farm we have some 45# Cypress that are just full of charm. Cone shaped while they are young, they grow to have a large evergreen canopy perfect for providing shade to a picnic table in the park, or next to a backyard pond. Give us a call with any questions at...

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Green Giant Magnolia

With its pyramidal growth & large glossy leaves this variety of Magnolia grandiflora (southern magnolia) makes the Green Giant Magnolia my pick of the week.

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Nuttall Oak

The average height of the Nuttall Oak is 75 feet with a canopy spread up to 60 feet which makes this tree impressive by any standard. This is a deciduous oak that has red to orange late fall foliage with a grayish-brown bark and produces large acorns.

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Live Oak

This magnificent tree is a native to Texas and can grow to be just as big. It has large branches that spread gracefully in a horizontal fashion which provides superb shade when mature. These trees can live for centuries, which make them a good choice when planting to mark an occasion such as a birth or marriage.

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Little Gem Magnolia

This variety of the Magnolia truly is a little gem just as the name implies. It is a prolific bloomer from May until October with large fragrant flowers with a distinct perfume.

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