Cor32419347
Cor32419347
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Asked on Apr 15, 2019

What tree types besides Live Oak and Cedar can live in 100 degrees?

Kelli L. MilliganLynn SorrellJeremy Hoffpauir
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What tree types besides Live Oak and Cedar can live in 100 degrees + weather?

4 answers
  • Pine, crepe myrtle, fig, lemon, lime or orange, grapefruit, Japanese maple, mock cherry. Visit a tree farm or reputable nursery in your area. There are many more choices. What zone are you In?

    • Cor32419347
      on Apr 29, 2019

      Thank you Naomi! I have printed out your suggestion also. I feel like a soldier going into battle with all the new found tree and plant knowledge I have received from fellow hometalkers! Thanks to each of you for the in depth responses.

  • Jeremy Hoffpauir
    on Apr 15, 2019

    Japanese Maple


    • Cor32419347
      on Apr 17, 2019

      Thank you so much Jeremy! I have never heard of this tree but I will be looking for it this weekend! Thank you so much!!!

  • Lynn Sorrell
    on Apr 15, 2019

    I live in Arizona low desert & these all tolerate the heat and sun here of course some do much better than others depending on amount of water they get PaloVerde,Mesquite,Lemon,Lime,Orange,Grapefruit,Tangerine,Mandarin,Jacaranda,Mondell or Afghan pine ,Acacia,Palms,Bottle Brush,Ficus,Canyon Hackberry,AZ Rosewood,Desert Willow,Salt Cedar,Evergreen Elm,Cascalote,Ironwood,Mexican Ebony,Mexican Buckeye,Texas Mountain Laurel,Palo Blanco,Live oak,Little leaf Ash,Kidneywood,Mastic,Guajillo---Japanese Maple they can survive the heat do not do well in low desert direct sun-----Cottonwoods with ample water

    • Cor32419347
      on Apr 17, 2019

      Lynn, thank you so much for the information on all the trees. I am printing out the reply’s and going to look for these this weekend!! I am so excited for the replies I got!! Again, thank you! I will send pictures as soon as I get to San Antonio to look for these trees, etc!!

  • Kelli L. Milligan
    on Apr 15, 2019

    Call or visit your local nursery to get more information for your area and project. They may be on sale now.

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