What is the Best Tree for My North Texas Lawn?

Chris Jamieson Softscape

If you are looking to add something new to your North Texas lawn, consider planting a tree. The climate in this region is diverse and you’ll want to choose a tree that can withstand all of the changes. Lawn Connections is here to help. Read on to find out what tree is best for your North Texas lawn.

Choosing the right tree

Selecting the right tree for your yard all depends on the impact you want it to have. Do you want a small tree, something a little larger, or a large tree? Let’s look at some of the options.

If you want a smaller tree, you might consider a:

  • Crapemyrtle
  • Mexican Plum or
  • Texas Redbud

If you’d like something a little larger,  then consider a:

  • Texas Red Oak or an
  • Eastern Redcedar

If you have a large outdoor space, then you might even look into planting a:

  • Live Oak or a
  • Cedar Elm

You have plenty of choices for trees that will thrive well in the North Texas environment.

Why some trees work better than others

It’s important to select a tree that has roots that will do well in the soil mixture in North Texas. Not only that with our humid hot summers, you want to make sure you have a tree that can withstand those extremes. If you have another tree in mind that you don’t see listed above, that doesn’t necessarily mean it won’t work for your yard.

Give Lawn Connections a call to see if the tree you want is right for your lawn.

Call Lawn Connections today

If you’re interested in adding a tree to your lawn, give Lawn Connections a call at (817) 769-6950 to find out which tree is right for you. We take each client on a case-by-case basis and we’re confident we can select the perfect tree to enhance your lawn design.