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Chinkapin Oak or Chinquapin Oak  Quercus muehlenbergii   Fagaceae (white oak group)  is an attractive large shade tree 70' X 70' suitable for use in much of Texas. Its distinctive 4" to 6 1/2" saw-tooth leaves, are a rich green, turning yellow to bronze in fall. It grows in the wild on well-drained bottomland soils and limestone hills near water.

Chinkapin Oak or Chinquapin Oak Quercus muehlenbergii Fagaceae (white oak group) is an attractive large shade tree 70' X 70' suitable for use in much of Texas. Its distinctive 4" to 6 1/2" saw-tooth leaves, are a rich green, turning yellow to bronze in fall. It grows in the wild on well-drained bottomland soils and limestone hills near water.

Swamp White Oak

Swamp White Oak

Dwarf chinkapin oak

Dwarf chinkapin oak

Tilia cordata - Littleleaf Linden, 'Greenspire' is a favored cultivar. I haven't seen these perform well in the downtown area with concrete all around them. Should be fine in the yard.

Tilia cordata - Littleleaf Linden, 'Greenspire' is a favored cultivar. I haven't seen these perform well in the downtown area with concrete all around them. Should be fine in the yard.

Bur Oak - Quercus macrocarpa sometimes spelled Burr Oak, native to the eastern and midwestern United States. This is a medium size tree ranging from 70 to 80 feet. The Bur oak is a tree that prefers to grow in the open, away from canopy.

Bur Oak - Quercus macrocarpa sometimes spelled Burr Oak, native to the eastern and midwestern United States. This is a medium size tree ranging from 70 to 80 feet. The Bur oak is a tree that prefers to grow in the open, away from canopy.

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