What tree types besides Live Oak and Cedar can live in 100 degrees + weather?
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?
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.
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!!!
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
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!!
Call or visit your local nursery to get more information for your area and project. They may be on sale now.
Thank you Kelli!!!! You are a godsend!!!