Is there something special or different about the Live Oaks around Highland Park? Are they just your everyday Live Oaks that have been well maintained over the years? I live in Coppell and have "native" Cedar Elms, Post Oaks, Pecan and Red Cedars. Any reason a Live Oak won't do well on my site or should be avoided? I love the sprawling shape of those in HP.
Side Note: In my old house in Coppell I had professional plant a 4" caliper Live Oak, a 3" Bald Cypress and a 1" Pin Oak. A few years later a Red Oak popped up on its own. In less than four years it was as large as those I planted and after 8 years it is more than twice the size and absolutely beautiful. It's amazing how nature has a way of showing who's really boss.
You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum