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Texas Arboretum: Trees for Utility Lines

Plant the Right Tree in the Right Place. Native trees that are appropriate for planting near overhead utility lines.

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Rhus lanceolataPrairie flameleaf sumac
Flame-leaf sumac
Prairie sumac
Lance-leaf sumac
Rhus virensEvergreen sumac
Tobacco sumac
Sophora secundifloraTexas mountain laurel
Mountain laurel
Mescal bean
Mescal bean sophora
Frijolillo
Frijolito
Styphnolobium affineEve's necklace
Eve's necklacepod
Texas sophora
Ungnadia speciosaMexican buckeye
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