Forest Plant List

  This is a planned planting list, which will be implemented as
time and resources permit.

(Revised March 2007)

Small Trees (Up to 25 feet)

Common Name Scientific Name Priority Comments Deciduous Evergreen
Catclaw Acacia Acacia greggii Medium May exist here natively d
Desert Olive Forestiera neomexicana Medium &nbsp d
Little Leaf Ash Franxinus greggii Medium   d
Mexican Redbud Cercis canadensis var. mexicana Medium &nbsp d
Monk's Pepper Tree Vitex agnus-castus High Seeds are a pepper substitute, traditional herb
for women's health
d
Texas Ebony Pithecellobium flexicaule Medium &nbsp e
Velvet Mesquite Prosopis velutina Medium &nbsp d
Whitethorn Acacia Acacia constricta Medium &nbsp d

Medium Trees (25-40 feet)

Common Name Scientific Name Priority Comments Deciduous Evergreen
Arizona Ash Fraxinus velutina Medium   d
Desert Willow Chilopsis linearis Medium   d
Fan-tex Ash Fraxinus velutina "fan-tex" Planted   d
Honey Locust Gleditsia triacanthos Medium   d
Honey Mesquite Prosopis glandulosa Medium   d
Japanese Black Pine Pinus thunberglana Medium   e
Mediterranean Fan Palm Chamaerops humilis Low   e
Netleaf Hackberry Celtis reticulata Medium   d
Texas Red Oak Quercus buckleyi Medium   d
Windmill Palm Trachycarpus furtunei Low   e

Large Trees (more than 40 feet)

Common Name Scientific Name Priority Comments Deciduous Evergreen
Afghanistan Pine Pinus Eldarica Planted (8) Planted 12  plants in March 2006 for circle
garden
e
Arizona Cypress Cupressus arizonica High   e
Arizona Sycamore Platanus wrightii Medium   d
Arizona Walnut Juglans major Medium   d
Canary Island Date Palm   Planted 4 planted near entrance to property and
well. The two near entrance were attacked by various animals and have
succumbed. The other two are surviving marginally
d
Chinese Pistache Pistacia Medium   d
Coolabah Tree Eucalyptus microtheca High   e
Cork Oak Quercus suber Medium   e
Deodar Cedar Cedrus dodara High   e
Heritage Live Oak Quercus virginiana Medium   e
Leyland Cypress Cupressocyparis leylandii High Two were planted in the spring of 2006 and are doing OK. e