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Where can I buy 8-12 ft trees in Texas/Houston?

Posted by binhnv 9 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 13, 09 at 17:24

I need 2-3 8-12 ft trees for my yard. I prefer shade trees that go moderately to fast and not shed leaves during winter. I am living in Houston, ZIP code 77094. I am looking for the service that would include delivery, transplanting and post sale warranty (not sure this is correct in English, I am not an English native speaker)
Thanks in advance.

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RE: Where can I buy 8-12 ft trees in Texas/Houston?

  • Posted by ltruett Zone, 9 Houston (My Page) on
    Sat, Jun 13, 09 at 19:16

You can try RCW nursuries.

How big is your yard? How big of a tree do you want? I am guessing you are wanting something evergreen which will then shed leaves in the spring as new growth comes out but at least the trees won't be bare during the winter. Some options would include Mexican white oak or maybe Montezuma cypress for large shade trees.

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