Trees-Shade & Ornamental

Acacia Sweet

Small tree or shrub, which closely resembles the white thorn acacia, in leaf, twig, and flower characters. Primary leaflets in usually 3 to 6 pairs, secondary leaflets in about 10... Read more

Acacia White Thorn

Open, spiny small tree or shrub native from Texas to Arizona. Leaves are green, tiny and feathery.  Primary leaflets in 2 or usually 3 to 7 pairs, secondary leaflets in... Read more

Arborvitae Blue Cone

Native to northern China and Korea. A large shrub or small tree with a dense, compact, conical or columnar habit. Foliage is a yellow-green to grass-green when young, turning dark... Read more

Arborvitae Golden

Dwarf, dense, globular to ovoid form. Foliage is golden yellow and finally light yellow green, turning slightly brownish in winter. Leaves are about 1/12" long and triangular. Branchlets are arranged... Read more

Aristocrat Pear

Type of callery, or native pear tree with beautiful color most of the year. White blossoms in spring followed by glossy green leaves in summer, which turn golden red to... Read more

Ash Arizona

Native to southwestern U.S. and Mexico. Withstands hot, dry conditions.  Grows in a pyramid form when young, spreading to 30-40 feet wide when mature.  Leaflets are 5 to 9, lanceolate... Read more

Ash Fan-Tex

Thrives in hot, dry climates and alkaline soils. Fan-Tex has a more rounded, broad, oval shape than Fraxinus velutina (Arizona Ash). Leaves are thick, pinnately compound, 3 to 5 leaflets,... Read more

Ash Modesto

Originated in Modesto, California. Medium growth rate with a dense rounded form. Foliage is medium green and glossy, turning bright yellow in autumn. Leaves are pinnately compound, elliptic to lanceolate,... Read more

Ash Raywood

Mediterranean native with fast growth rate and oval, upright crown shape.  A very handsome tree that is narrow in habit when young and opens up as it matures. The compound... Read more

Bradford Pear

Original introduction of callery, or native pear. Gorgeous, early spring display of pure white blossoms. Incredible fall color ranging from red and orange to dark maroon. Leaves are leathery, dark... Read more

Buckeye Mexican

Native North American tree or large shrub with a spreading irregular crown. Leaves are oddly pinnate with 3 to 7 ovate, lanceolate leaflets.  Leaves are dark green in summer turning... Read more

Cedar Deodor

Native to the Himalayas, it is a graceful, dense, and soft textured pyramidal tree with drooping branches. The needles are the longest of any cedar, 1 1/2" to 2" in... Read more


Native to China, northern India. Lustrous rich green leaves are alternate, bipinnately compound, 12" to 24" long, half as wide, leaflets ovate to oval, slender and pointed, 1 1/2" to... Read more

Chinese Pistache

Originates from China. An outstanding specimen, shade, or parkway tree. It's adaptability, moderate size and drought tolerance makes it a good tree for southwestern desert regions. Dark green foliage turns... Read more


A cross between a Catalpa tree and a Desert Willow tree (Catalpa bignonioides and Chilopsis linearis). Light green leaflets are 4" to 5" in lenght and 1" wide with frilly, trumpet... Read more

Cottonwood Fremont

Native to California and central Rockies south to Mexico. Glossy yellow-green leaves are virtually triangular with coarsley toothed margins 2" to 4" in width. Turning a striking bright yellow in... Read more

Cottonwood Valley

A large, fast growing tree with a rounded crown that is often broad or broader than the tree is high. The leaves are broad, triangular, usually 2" to 4" long... Read more


From North America, Europe and  Asia.  This tree is valued for the spectacular show of blossoms in spring. There are masses of single, semidouble, or double flowers in white, pink,... Read more

Crape Myrtle

A lovely small tree native to Asia.  Attractive all year with showy summer blooms, interesting bark, and brilliant autumn color.  Leaves are opposite or alternate or in whorls of 3,... Read more

Cypress Arizona

A native evergreen tree from central Arizona.  Foliage green to blue gray.  Bark is rough, exfoliating in flat sheets and leaving a beautiful, clearly red, smooth, polished underbark.  Wood and... Read more