Search results for: “Plants Trees”

  • Tools and Apps
    Native Trees of Texas is a photo database of native trees across the state. Individuals can browse by common name, scientific name, cultivar or family. Individuals may also search by...
    Mature pecans on a branch
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    Protecting elm trees in from elm bark beetle is crucial on the Texas high plains. This publication will provide you with the knowledge to recognize, understand, and manage the bark...
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    Tallow trees are an invasive tree that can quickly dominate habitats and be difficult to control. This Brush Busters publication walks readers through methods for controlling tallow trees. (2 pages)...
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    Many insects feed and make their homes in the bark, trunks, and branches of shade trees and shrubs in Texas. Insect borers belong to several different insect groups including a...
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    This publication explains how to determine whether a storm-damaged tree can be saved. If the damage is not severe, most trees will recover in time. Helpful illustrations depict different levels...
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    ...and eventually die. And excess boron can kill a plant. You can save money and effort-and even your plants- if you know what and how much to give your plants....
  • Tools and Apps
    This tool allows you to search Aggie Horticulture’s Ornamental and Landscape Plants database to find the plant or plants you wish to view. You may also view all of the...
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    ...invader species growing out of place. Noxious species on restorations can be native or exotic grasses, forbs (broadleaf plants), or woody plants. This publication explains how to control them early....
  • ...photographs of the plant and its distinguishing features. Information on the most common toxic plants in the state, including signs of poisoning and controlling these plants, are also included. The...
    tall grasses