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Special Collections

Tree Talk & Winter Walk

Our annual Tree Talk Winter Walk is a perfect time to explore the beauty and benefits of native trees and shrubs. Choose from over 70 species of native trees and shrubs. Note: availability of species subject to change.

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Quercus fusiformisEscarpment live oak
Plateau live oak
Hill country live oak
Texas live oak
Scrub live oak
Plateau oak
Encino molino
Tesmoli
Quercus laceyiLacey oak
Texas blue oak
Canyon oak
Smoky oak
Rock oak
Quercus macrocarpaBur oak
Burr oak
Savannah oak
Overcup oak
Prairie oak
Mossy-cup oak
Mossy-overcup oak
Blue oak
Quercus marilandicaBlackjack oak
Barren oak
Black oak
Jack oak
Quercus mohrianaMohr oak
Shin oak
Scrub oak
Quercus muehlenbergiiChinkapin oak
Chinquapin oak
Chestnut oak
Yellow chestnut oak
Rock chestnut oak
Yellow oak
Rock oak
Quercus polymorphaMonterrey Oak
Netleaf white oak
Mexican White Oak
Quercus shumardiiShumard oak
Shumard's oak
Shumard red oak
Southern red oak
Swamp red oak
Spotted oak
Quercus stellataPost oak
Iron oak
Cross oak
Rhus lanceolataPrairie flameleaf sumac
Flameleaf sumac
Prairie sumac
Lance-leaf sumac
Lance-leaved sumac
Texas sumac
Tree sumac
Limestone sumac
Prairie shining sumac
Sabal mexicanaTexas palm
Texas palmetto
Mexican palm
Mexican palmetto
Rio Grande palmetto
Victoria palmetto
Palma de micharos
Apachite
Sabal minorDwarf palmetto
Bush palmetto
Palmetto
Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensisCommon elderberry
Black elder
Mexican elderberry
Common elder
Elderberry
Tapiro
Sauco
Sambucus nigra ssp. ceruleaBlue Elderberry
Blue Elder
Blueberry Elder
Mexican Elder
Arizona Elderberry
New Mexico Elderberry
Velvet-leaf Elderberry
Hairy Blue Elderberry
Sapindus saponaria var. drummondiiWestern soapberry
Soapberry
Wild china tree
Wild chinaberry
Indian soap plant
Jaboncillo
Senegalia berlandieriGuajillo
Berlandier Acacia
Berlandier's Acacia
Round-flowered Catclaw
Roundflower Catclaw
Mimosa Catclaw
Thornless Catclaw
Huajilla
Sphaeralcea incanaGray globemallow
Styphnolobium affineEve's necklace
Eve's necklacepod
Texas sophora
Pink sophora
Necklace tree
Taxodium distichumBald cypress
Baldcypress
Common bald cypress
Southern bald cypress
Deciduous cypress
Southern cypress
Swamp cypress
Red cypress
White cypress
Yellow cypress
Gulf cypress
Tidewater red cypress
Taxodium mucronatumMontezuma bald cypress
Montezuma cypress
Mexican cypress
Ahuehuete
Sabino
Tecoma stansYellow bells
Yellowbells
Esperanza
Yellow trumpetbush
Yellow trumpetflower
Trumpetbush
Trumpetflower
Yellow elder
Ulmus americanaAmerican elm
White elm
Soft elm
Water elm
Common elm
Ulmus crassifoliaCedar elm
Fall elm
Basket elm
Scrub elm
Lime elm
Texas elm
Southern rock elm
Olmo
Ungnadia speciosaMexican buckeye
Monilla
Viguiera cordifoliaHeartleaf goldeneye
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