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Trees, Shrubs, & Cacti of South Texas

by James H. Everitt

  • 312 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Texas Tech University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Texas, South,
  • Plants - Cacti/Succulents,
  • Identification,
  • Nature,
  • Trees & Forests - General,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Trees,
  • Shrubs,
  • Cactus

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages249
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8255368M
    ISBN 100896724735
    ISBN 109780896724730
    OCLC/WorldCa47791160

    Best Sellers Rank: #, in Books (See Top in Books) #39 in Books > Science & Math > Biological Sciences > Plants > Cacti & Succulents # in Books > Science & Math > Nature & Ecology I love this little book on the cactus of Texas. It is small enough to carry into the field for on the spot identification. You'll discover these answers and so much more about cacti, trees, and shrubs of the Southwest desert. This field guide for cacti, shrubs, and trees is a fun, easy way to learn the different types of cacti and dry-environment shrubs and trees native to the Southwest.

      9. Juniper (including redcedars): These shrubs and trees produce berry-like fruiting bodies and year-round n Redcedar fruits are a staple for Cedar Waxwings. Viburnums: These shrubs grow in the forest understory, attract myriad invertebrates to their flowers and leaves, and produce berries and nesting areas for a wide variety of songbirds. Use the Earth-Kind® plant selector to choose the best plants and trees to grow in your Texas landscape. Create beautiful, low maintenance landscapes, while conserving and protecting natural resources and the environment. Reduce the amount of water, fertilizer and pesticides that you use in your landscape.

    How to Grow Native Plants of Texas and the Southwest, Revised and Updated Ed., by Jill Nokes, Univ. of Texas Press, Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas, by George Oxford Miller, MBI Publishing Co., Native Plants in Landscaping: Trees, Shrubs, Cacti and Grasses of the Texas Desert and Mountains. There are a variety of cacti from South and Central Texas. They are worth growing because they are easy and tolerant of backyard and flowerpot conditions, even in humid climates. I think this is because they occasionally get torrential rains and are thus prepared to deal with too much water.


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Trees, Shrubs, & Cacti of South Texas by James H. Everitt Download PDF EPUB FB2

This revised edition of the popular field guide provides a color photograph and gives family name, scientific name, common name, and a general description for each of more than species of trees, shrubs, and sub-shrubs and more than twenty species of cactus common to the fourteen southernmost counties of by: This revised edition of the popular field guide provides a color photograph and gives family name, scientific name, common name, and a general description for each of more than species of trees, shrubs, and sub-shrubs and more than twenty species of cactus common to the fourteen southernmost counties of Texas.

The book contains twelve species not included in the previous edition, plus. About the book: Two hundred vivid color photographs illustrating approximately species of plants are included in this field guide to the flora of southern Texas. The trees, shrubs, and cacti described within the volume are representative of much of the plant life throughout the coastal Southwest and northern coastal Mexico.4/5(1).

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Woody plants and cacti are vital staple foods for cattle, deer, and other wildlife in drought-prone South Texas. Ranchers, hunters, and land managers who need to identify these plants relied on A Field Guide to Common South Texas Shrubs (published by Texas Parks & Wildlife Press and distributed by UT Press), which is no longer in print.

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Maybe it is the fact that although the title promises "shrubs" the plants covered are all over the place (including two Cacti, one Yucca, many trees and even a "perennial shrub /5(6).

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Below is a list of all cacti found in Texas; the main species first, those with a photograph and full description page, followed by all other species, generally less common. More species of cacti are found in Texas than iany other state; counties with the most variety (around species) are Presidio and Brewster, in the Big Bend area.

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