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. This tree will shed its leaves during the winter to reveal the intricate structure. These trees are planted for the future as they can live for centuries, which make them a good choice when planting to mark an occasion such as a birth or marriage.




Common Name: Live Oak
Scientific Name: Quercus virginiana
Height: 60 to 80 feet
Spread: 60 to 120 feet
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7B through 10B
Soil Tolerance: Clay; loam; sand; acidic; occasionally wet; alkaline; well-drained
Drought Tolerance: High
Origin: Native to North America
Light Requirements: Tree grows in part shade/part sun; tree grows in full sun


Huge old Live Oak Trees forming a canopy over the road

Live Oak Trees