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PCMG – FAQ’s – Best Trees of Parker County

Arizona Cypress

This is a native Texas evergreen with a height of up to 90 feet. The trunk generally reaches 2 feet in diameter and will have unique blue-gray foliage…

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Bur Oak

A large deciduous tree being able to reach 80 feet in height; however, the spread is generally less than 30 feet when mature…

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Pecan

Who does not love the state tree of Texas. The Pecan can rise 120 feet in height and with a 75 foot canopy. This is quite an impressive tree…

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Shumard Oak

A large forest tree reaching heights of 100 feet or more and a trunk to 3 feet in diameter, with a wide-spreading, symmetrical crown. The Shurmard is…

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Live Oak

A Live Oak is considered a medium size tree because of its height, however; this tree will take a large area to grow…

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Crape Myrtle

Yes, Crape Myrtles come in sizes from 2 foot to 25 foot. For a recommendation in the tree section of this website, the discussion…

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Chittamwood

This tree is commonly known as gum bumelia, woolly bumelia or woolly buckthorn. Grows in full sun, semi-evergreen. Mature size 60’x40’. This…

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Chinkapin Oak

The Chinkapin or Chinquapin, is a fair sized deciduous oak in the white oak group. At maturity this tree will reach 70 feet with a 30 foot canopy…

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Bigtooth Maple

The Bigtooth maple is native of the Edwards Plateau and the Parker County area. This is an interesting small to medium tree. It can grow…

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Texas Persimmon

This a great small Texas native. It is deciduous with a slow growth rate and minimal water needs after established. Great for…

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