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Peerless Farm offers a large variety of wholesale trees to meet your needs. Our current availability includes: palm trees, pecan trees, cedar trees, cypress trees, ash trees, holly trees, juniper trees, magolia trees, sycamore trees, and many others. Please download the Peerless Farm Trees Current Availability PDF for the entire list of wholesale trees that are available.

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Platanus Mexicana

James’ Tree Pick

Platanus Mexicana ‘Alamo’ – Mexican Sycamore

The Mexican Sycamore is a majestic shade tree towering to 80-100 feet in height. The large, maple like leaves are dark green on the top and silvery-white below. This distinctive tree is also noted for it beautiful, smooth, white exfoliating bark. Mexican Sycamore is more tolerant to disease problems than other species of Sycamores.

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Acer saccharum ‘skutchii’ – Mexican Mountain Sugar Maple

Beautiful fast growing medium tree that grows up to 30’ in height. While it is similar to the Sugar Maple and Florida Maple, this southernmost variety has larger leaves. Drought and alkaline tolerant with excellent fall color.

Zone 6

Acer grandidentatum – Big Tooth Maple

A slow growing native Texas Tree that is considered to be a medium size tree that can grow 40-50 feet in height with an erect, open, rounded crown. Commonly found on the limestone regions of the Texas Edward’s Plateau. The fall color is a beautiful shade of red to yellow color.

Zone 5

Agave parry v. truncate– Artichoke agave

The dense symmetrical form with wide blue-gray leaves make this a choice agave to use. This plant produces many offsets, forming large colonies. A tall branching flower spike holds clusters of yellow flowers. A native of Mexico grows in grasslands can be planted in full sun or light shade.

Zone 7

Agave neomexicana – New Mexico Century Plant

This stunning agave has a bold silhouette and short, wide powder-blue leaves. It forms a slightly flattened rosette, and the leaves have a pronounced groove on their upper surface. It’s tall, branching flower stalk has clusters of light green flowers which is stunning to see.

Zone 8

Agave parry v. truncate– Artichoke agave

The dense symmetrical form with wide blue-gray leaves make this a choice agave to use. This plant produces many offsets, forming large colonies. A tall branching flower spike holds clusters of yellow flowers. A native of Mexico grows in grasslands can be planted in full sun or light shade.

Zone 7

Agave ovatifolia – Whale’s Tongue Agave

This stunning agave has a bold silhouette and short, wide powder-blue leaves. It forms a slightly flattened rosette, and the leaves have a pronounced groove on their upper surface. It’s tall, branching flower stalk has clusters of light green flowers which is stunning to see.

Zone 8

Agave havardiana Harvard Agave

This agave is native to West Texas and Northern Mexico. This handsome plant has silver gray leaves held in a tight rosette which is typically solitary. The branched flower stalk has greenish-yellow flowers.

Zone 8

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Bauhinia lunaroides –  Anacacho Orchid Tree

Its unique foliage divided into pairs of two oval leaflets. Showy white to pinkish clusters resembling orchids appear from March through May. A beautiful specimen plant for the landscape or as a container plant for small areas

Zone 8

Butia capitata – Pindo Palm

This is one of the most attractive palms as well as the most cold-hardy. Usually a single trunk with a rounded canopy of long, feathered leaves ranging from light green to blue-green that recurve toward the trunk. The trunk can grow to 20 feet, but normally reaches 12 to 15 feet with a diameter of 1 to 1.5 feet.

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Carya illinoenisis ‘Choctaw’ –  Choctaw Pecan

A very high-yielding pecan that requires the very best soil, space, water, and management.

Carya illinoenisis ‘Desirable’ – Desirable Pecan

Best in the industry when it comes to size, quality, and regular production. Good in the humid areas of Texas and the irrigated areas of South and Central Texas.

Carya illinoenisis ‘Mohawk’ – Mohawk Pecan

Produces a large nut with a fine tasting kernel. Use ‘Pawnee’ as a pollinator.

Carya illinoenisis ‘Pawnee’ – Pawnee Pecan

An early ripening selection that can be used in areas where others do no ripen due to lack of heat. Does well in coastal areas. Use ‘Mohawk’ as a pollinator.

Cedrus deodara Deodar Cedar

Fast growing evergreen to 80 feet with 40 spread at ground level. Lower branches sweep down to ground then upwards. Upper branches openly spaced, softer, lighter, texture than other cedars.

Cercis canandensis ‘Oklahoma’ – Oklahoma Red Bud

A small deciduous tree that typically grows 12’-18’ tall. This tree has clusters small, wine colored flowers that bloom profusely on the branches and mature trunks for 2-3 weeks in early spring before the foliage emerges. The leaves are heart shaped that open soft pink but gradually mature to a glossy rich green. Can be used as understory planting.

Zone 7

Cercis canandensis var. texensis Texas Red Bud

A deciduous small tree often forming mutable trunk achieving a height of 15-20 feet. The wavy leaves are rounded, thick, and very glossy on the upper surface. It is smaller and more drought tolerant than its eastern relatives. The Texas Red Bud is best known for the spring display of lavender-pink to purple-red clusters of flowers on gray branches.

Zone 7

Cercis canandensis var. texensis ‘White Bud’ – Texas White Bud

This is a striking selection which produces clusters of white flowers along the stems and branches. A deciduous small tree that can reach a height of 15 to 20 feet in height. Can be used as an under story planting.

Zone 7

Chamaerops humilis Mediterranean Fan Palm

This is a slow growing, clump forming, native to Europe is hardier than most palms. The curved, short, green trunks with fan shaped, fine textured fronds, formed thickly in a bushy head make a stunning sculptural element in a garden or patio containers.

Zone 8

Cordia boissieri – Mexican Olive

The Wild Olive is a large sized shrub or small tree often forming multi trunks to 20 feet in height. The white flowers are borne in clusters from spring through fall. The leaves are fairly large, leathery green, and coarse.

Zone 8

Chilopsis linearis ‘Bubba’ – Bubba Desert Willow

This superior selection can reach a height of 20’-25’ with dark green, willow-like leaves. Bubba is very floriferous from summer through fall, producing deep lavender-pink flowers.

Zone 7

Chilopsis linearis ‘Burgundy’ – Burgundy Desert Willow

A selection of the Chilopsis with burgundy-colored flowers. Leaves are narrow, dark green in color, and measure 3-5 inches long. Drought tolerant once established.

Zone 7

Height 20’

Chitalpa tashkentnsis ‘Pink dawn’ – Pink Dawn Chitalpa

A Chitalpa-Chilopsis cross. Rapid growing, with 3-4 feet of growth per year, slowing with age. Will tolerate poor soils and considerable drought. Showy, blooming late spring to early fall.

Zone 7

Cupressocyparis leylandii – Leyland Cypress

Pyramidal, evergreen with dark foliage. Grows rapidly and highly adaptive to most soils and climates.

Zone 6

Height 20’-40’

Cupressus arizonica ‘Blue Ice’ – Arizona Cypress

Hardy evergreen for screens and windbreaks. Makes an ideal plant for a focal point. Very drought tolerant once established. Fast growing and pyramidal shaped with steely blue-green foliage. Can be used as a Christmas tree.

Zone 6

Cupressus sempervirens– Italian Cypress

Dense, narrow, columnar tree. Fast growing evergreen that is adaptive to many soils.

Zone 6

Cycas revoluta
Sago Palm

Small Palm lve tree with leaves that form an open rosette. Sago is an excellent tropical specimen that grows slowly.

Zone 8

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Dasylirion texanum –  Green Sotol

The native of Texas and Mexico is a durable, low maintenance accent plant. The rosette of long, narrow, leathery green leaves bloom with an 8-foot-tall spike of creamy white flowers. The leaves are armed with small curved teeth along the margins. Plant in full sun and provide with well-drained soil.
Zone 7

Dasylirion wheeleri Wheeler Sotol

Long lived and low maintenance native of Texas and Mexico. It slowly forms a dense rosette of leathery silver-blue leaves with hooks along the margins. When maturing it develops a short stout trunk. . The tall narrow flower spikes carry small tan blooms.

Zone 7

Disopyros texanaTexas Persimmon

This slow growing native of Central, South, and West Texas can reach 10-20 feet high. The exfoliating bark is particularly striking. Recommended for buffer strips median strips, near a deck or patio. Drought tolerant once established.

Zone 8

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Eysenhardita texana –  Texas Kidneywood

A great large deciduous shrub with an open, spreading habit that works well in tough soils. This drought shrub has lacy compound leaves, which once established, gives an airy appearance. Blooming in Spring with spikes of fragrant white flowers.

Zone 8

Elaeocarpa decipiens – Japanese Blueberry

Medium sized evergreen tree. Leaves measure 2-3 inches long that are rust colored with new then turn glossy green at maturity.

Zone 8

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Ilex decidua ‘Warrens Red’ –  Warrens Red Possumhaw Holly

Deciduous small tree. Female plants produce crimson-scarlet fruit during winter. Prolific fruit set on branches without leaves. Great landscape accent plant that attracts wildlife.

Zone 8

Ilex vomitoria ‘Hoskins Shadow’ – Hoskins Shadow Yaupon Holly

Upright growth to 10-12 feet tall. Foliage is very dense with a heavy berry set.

Zone 7

Ilex vomitoria ‘Pride of Houston’ – Pride of Houston Yaupon Holly

Freely branching, upright, small, evergreen. Prolific berry producer.

Zone 7

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Juniperus virginiana –  Eastern Red Cedar

A tough evergreen conifer that does well in dry, shallow, rocky soils. Bark is light brown with light fissures cracking the surface. Tree can exhibit drought tolerance when established.

Zone 3

Juniperus virginiana ‘Taylors Red’ – Taylors Red Cedar

Dense, columnar growing evergreen conifer.

Zone 3

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Lagerstroemia indica ‘Catawba’ –  Catawba Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Country Red’ – Country Red Crape Myrtle

Vigorous grower with upright habit. Bright true red flowers.

Zone 7

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Basham’s Party Pink’ -Basham’s Party Pink Crape Myrtle

A selection of showy bright red flowers, slower growing and compact habit.

Zone 7

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Natchez’ – Natchez Crape Myrtle

Pure white flowers stand out against the dark green foliage and the exfoliating bark that reveals a cinnamon brown trunk. Powdery mildew resistant.

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Special Red’ – Special Red Crape Myrtle

Grows moderately fast with fire engine red blooms during the summer. Deciduous.

Zone 7

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Tuscarora’ – Tuscarora Crape Myrtle

Borad vase growth. Dark oink summer blooms. Good fall color. Great exfoliating bark. Deciduous.

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Magnolia grandifolia ‘D.D. Blanchard’ –  D.D. Blanchard Magnolia

Stunning selection with glossy, dark green leaves with a copper colored underside. Large, white flowers that are very fragrant.
Height 50’-60’
Spread 25’-35’
Zone 7

Magnolia grandifolia ‘Little Gem’ – Little Gem Magnolia

Grows in a more compact and upright form than Southern Magnolias. With small, oval, and dark green leaves with bronze-brown undersides. A prolific bloomer cultivar with adundant, white and fragrant from spring to fall.

Zone 7

Myrica cerifera – Wax Myrtle

Large evergreen sh rub or small tree. Gray-green aromatic foliage. Great as a screen. Full sun to partial shade.

Zone 7

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Nolina nelsonii –  Blue Bear Grass

Native to Mexico, this trunk-forming plate can grow 10-20 with a diameter of 8 feet. Slow to moderate growth rate, best in full sun. The juvenile growth is gray=green, maturing to powder blue.

Zone 7

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Parkinsonia x ‘Desert Museum’ –  Desert Museum Palo Verde

This hybrid is fast growing with an upright habit. This selection is thornless with small compound leaves and smooth lime green bark. The yellow flowers are formed in masses in Spring from March through May and sporadically through Summer.

Zone 8

Platanus mexicana ‘Alamo’ – Mexican Sycamore

The Mexican Sycamore is a majestic shade tree towering to 80-100 feet in height. The large, maple like leaves are dark green on the top and silvery-white below. This distinctive tree is also noted for it beautiful, smooth, white exfoliating bark. Mexican Sycamore is more tolerant to disease problems than other species of Sycamores.

Zone 7

Podocarpus macrophyllus – Japanese Yew

Desnse, narrow, upright, columnar shrub. The long slender leaves are dark green and glossy. Can be sheared into formal shapes

Zone 8

Prunus carolina – Cherry Laurel

An outstanding evergreen shrub or small tee that has shiny, dark green foliage. Can exhibit drought tolerance once established.

Height 15’-20’

Spread 5’-8’

Zone 7

Prunus mexicana – Mexican Plum

Small Texas native tree with an open, irregular crown. Masses of white flowers in Spring are followed by small purple fruit. Drought resistant. Deciduous.

Height 20’-25’

Zone 7

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Quercus canbyi –  Sierra Red Oak

Large, pyramidal tree. New foliage is red maturing to shiny dark green foliage. Adaptable too many planting situations including poor alkaline soils, heat and drought once established. Semi-evergreen.
Height 45’-50’

Zone 7

Quercus glaucoides (laceyi) – Lacey Oak

Beautiful small oak native to the Texas Hill Country. Commonly called “Blue Oak”. Moderate size tree with a spreading canopy and attractive bluish-green foliage. Highly tolerant to heat, drought, alkaline soil, and pests. Texas Superstar by the Texas Agricultural Extension.

Zone 8

Quercus macrocarpa – Bur Oak

Bur Oak is a large stately tree with a symmetrical and densely rounded crown. Bur Oaks trees have large leathery leaves are 8 to 12 inches long and 4 to 5 inches wide with a dark green surface and lighter grayish green color underneath. The deeply lobed, dark green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Extremely tough and hardy. Tolerates poor soil. Deciduous.

Zone 3

Quercus muehlenbergii – Chinkapin Oak

A narrow, deciduous oak with a rounded Crown. The lustrous, dark green foliage turns a rich yellow to bronze color in the fall. Tolerant of most well-drained soils. Drought tolerant once established. Texas Superstar by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service.

Zone 3

Quercus polymorpha – Monterrey Oak

Rounded canopy, evergreen except in cold areas. Red new growth maturing to green with some bronze Fall color. Semi-evergreen Northern Areas. Tolerant of drought and neglect once established.

Zone 8

Quercus shumardii – Shumard Red Oak

Dark green, deeply lobed leaves turn a beautiful scarlet red in the fall. Tolerates poor drainage.

Zone 5

Quercus texana – Texas Red Oak

Texas Red Oak is a medium to small tree. It is found on alkaline limestone and neutral to slightly acidic gravels and sands. The foliage turns bright shades of vivid red and orange in Autumn. The bark is dark gray to black with platelike scales, although sometimes it is light gray and smooth. Deciduous.

Height 30’-50’

Zone 4

Quercus virginiana – Live Oak

Dense, wide spreading crown. Small, shiny leaves. Tough and tolerant of poor soils. Evergreen.

Zone 7

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Sophora affinis –  Eve’s necklace

Small tree found on limestone souls. Dark, lustrous green leaves are borne in a rounded to upright, oval crown. In spring it produces rosy-pink flowers that hang in wisteria-like clusters, followed by fruit pods in late summer and fall that resemble a black string of beads, giving it it’s common name.

Zone 7

Sophora secundiflora – Texas Mountain Laurel

Small to medium sized evergreen.  Single or multiple trunks, upright form with rounded canopy, deep green foliage. Blooms are violet-purple, that hang in clusters and very fragrant.

Height 25’-30’

Zone 8

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Taxodium distichum – Bald Cypress

Fine, fern like leaves turn coppery-bronze in the fall. Grows in a wide range of soil types with amle moisture. Deciduous.
Height up to 140’

Zone 5

Taxodium mucronatum – Montezuma Cypress

Fast growing, wide spreading with weeping brnaches. Fine tectured leaves. Evergreen or semi-evergreen

Height up to 140’

Zone 8

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Ulmus crassifloia –  Cedar Elm

Glossy, green leves weep slightly. Does well in heavy, poorly drained clay soils. Drought and wind resistant. Apparently resistant to Dutch Elm disease. Deciduous.

Zone 6

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Vitex agnus-castus ‘Shoals Creek’ –  Shoals Creek Vitex

Fast growing small deciduous tree. Broad and spreading crown which forms a multi-trunk. Dense clusters of aromatic violet-purple flowers. Thrives in heat and full sun.

Zone 7

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Yucca faxonia –  Beaked Yucca

Native Texas and Mexico, this yucca forms a stout trunk. The flexible, narrow, blue leaves are up to 3 feet long by ½ inch wide. And end in a sharp terminal spine. Summer brings tall showy spikes of creamy white flowers. Plant in full sun to filtered sun and provide excellent drainage.

Zone 6

Yucca rostrata – Mexican Blue Yucca

This Mexican trunk-forming yucca has distinctive, rigid powder blue leaves with yellow margins. These blue leaves measure 3 feet long by 1 inch wide. With a sharp terminal spine. Tall showy stalks of white flowers are produced in the summer. Place in full sun and well drained soils.

Zone 6

Yucca thompsoniana – Thompson Yucca

The native habitat for this yucca ranges from northern Mexico through West Texas and into Southeastern New Mexico. A small trunk forming species, it grows slowly to develop multiple branches. Short foot long leaves have serrated margins and end in a sharp terminal spine. Early summer is bloom season wiwwth 3 to 5 foot tall flowers spikes covered with large with flowers rising above the foliage. Plant in full sun and well-drained soils.

Zone 8

Yucca traeculeana – Spanish Dagger

The dagger livke leaves are bluish-green 2 to 4 feet in length and 1 inch to 3 inches wide. The creamy white flowers form on a stalk 2 to 4 feet tall. Plant in full sun with well-drained soil.

Zone 8