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Escarpment Black Cherry Texas native, reliable fall color, attractive seeds or fruit, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features:	Wildlife; Flower; Fruit Comments: Attractive, upright tree with showy fall color and interesting bark. Not for heavy, clay soils. Problems:	Fruit Drop; tent caterpillars, webworms. Could be hard to find in nurseries.

Escarpment Black Cherry Texas native, reliable fall color, attractive seeds or fruit, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features: Wildlife; Flower; Fruit Comments: Attractive, upright tree with showy fall color and interesting bark. Not for heavy, clay soils. Problems: Fruit Drop; tent caterpillars, webworms. Could be hard to find in nurseries.

Common Name:	Crabapple Latin Name:	Malus spp. Tree Size:	Small Leaf Type:	Deciduous Growth Rate:	Slow Water Needs:	Moderate Tolerances:	Drought, alkaline soils (pH > 7.5) Attributes:	Texas native, reliable fall color, showy or fragrant flower, attractive seeds or fruit, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features:	White, pink, or red flowers, followed by a small crabapple Comments:	Blanco Crabapple is endemic to the Hill Country. Many other cultivars available. Problems:	Aphids, fall webworm

Common Name: Crabapple Latin Name: Malus spp. Tree Size: Small Leaf Type: Deciduous Growth Rate: Slow Water Needs: Moderate Tolerances: Drought, alkaline soils (pH > 7.5) Attributes: Texas native, reliable fall color, showy or fragrant flower, attractive seeds or fruit, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features: White, pink, or red flowers, followed by a small crabapple Comments: Blanco Crabapple is endemic to the Hill Country. Many other cultivars available. Problems: Aphids, fall webworm

Cedar elm  Cedar elm  Comments:Upright form; adapted to rocky soils; can withstand heavy, poorly drained clay soils and soils that are moderately compacted; susceptible to powdery mildew

Cedar elm Cedar elm Comments:Upright form; adapted to rocky soils; can withstand heavy, poorly drained clay soils and soils that are moderately compacted; susceptible to powdery mildew

Blackgum (Black Tupelo) Texas native, reliable fall color, attractive seeds or fruit, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features:	Brilliant fall color; horizontal branching habit. Comments: Prefers acid soils. Bright, shiny foliage turns red and purple early in the fall.

Blackgum (Black Tupelo) Texas native, reliable fall color, attractive seeds or fruit, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features: Brilliant fall color; horizontal branching habit. Comments: Prefers acid soils. Bright, shiny foliage turns red and purple early in the fall.

Quercus polymorpha: Mexican White Oak or Monterrey Oak #texastreeplantingguide

Quercus polymorpha: Mexican White Oak or Monterrey Oak #texastreeplantingguide

Graves Oak (Chisos Red Oak) Texas native, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features:	Fall color is yellow to red. Comments: Native to the mountains around Big Bend. Problems:	Could be hard to find in nurseries.

Graves Oak (Chisos Red Oak) Texas native, seeds or fruit eaten by wildlife Features: Fall color is yellow to red. Comments: Native to the mountains around Big Bend. Problems: Could be hard to find in nurseries.

Sycamore (American Planetree) - Native to the area, deciduous, large, rapid growth rate *provide plenty of room, P.mexicana is more drought tolerant

Sycamore (American Planetree) - Native to the area, deciduous, large, rapid growth rate *provide plenty of room, P.mexicana is more drought tolerant

American Smoketree (Chittamwood) Texas native, reliable fall color, showy or fragrant flower, attractive seeds or fruit Features:	Spikes of purple to pink flowers; distinctive blue-green leaves turn brilliant fall colors. Comments: One of the best trees for fall color. Might be hard to find in the nursery. Problems:	Requires pruning to develop one or more main trunks.

American Smoketree (Chittamwood) Texas native, reliable fall color, showy or fragrant flower, attractive seeds or fruit Features: Spikes of purple to pink flowers; distinctive blue-green leaves turn brilliant fall colors. Comments: One of the best trees for fall color. Might be hard to find in the nursery. Problems: Requires pruning to develop one or more main trunks.