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Great Small Trees for Houston

To celebrate The Garden Club of America's Centennial in 2013, The Garden Club of Houston has created a list of great small trees for Houston. The trees were selected based on three criteria: 1) native to our area and likely to thrive with little maintenance, 2) exceptional beauty and the widest possible range of seasonal interest, and 3) habitat benefits, particularly for birds.

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Magnolia virginianaSweetbay
Sweetbay magnolia
Swampbay
Swamp magnolia
Small magnolia
Beaver tree
Morella ceriferaWax myrtle
Southern bayberry
Candleberry
Prunus mexicanaMexican plum
Bigtree plum
Viburnum rufidulumRusty blackhaw viburnum
Rusty blackhaw
Southern blackhaw
Downy viburnum
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