Resources

A Field Guide to Trees and ShrubsA Field Guid to Trees and Shrubs. George A. Petrides. A Peterson Field Guide Series ArboricultureArboriculture, Integrated Management of Landscape Trees, Shrubs and Vines. Richard W. Harris, James R. Clark and Nelda P. Matheny. Third Edition.
Diseases of Trees and ShrubsDiseases of Trees and Shrubs. Wayne A. Sinclair, Howard H. Lyon and Warren T. Johnson Famous Trees of TexasFamous Trees of Texas.
Forest Trees of TexasForest Trees of Texas, How to Know Them. Bulletin 20. Texas Forest Service. Guide to Southern TreesGuide to Southern Trees. Ellwood S. Harrar and J. George Harrar
Insects and Diseases of Trees in the SouthInsects and Diseases of Trees in the South. United States Department of Agriculture. Forest Service Southern Region. Protection Report R8-PR 16. Slight revised October 1999. Insects that feed on Trees and ShrubsInsects That Feed on Trees and Shrubs. Second Edition, Revised. Warren T. Johnson and Howard H. Lyon.
Manual of the Trees of North AmericaManual of the Trees of North America. Charles Sprague Sargent. In Two Volumes, Volume One. Manual of the Trees of North America 2Manual of the Trees of North America. Charles Sprague Sargent. In Two Volumes, Volume Two.
Native Texas PlantsNative Texas Plants, Landscaping Region by Region. Sally Wasowski with Andy Wasowski. Nonnative Invasive Plants of Southern ForestsNonnative Invasive Plants of Southern Forests, A Field Guide for Identification and Control. James H. Miller. United States Department of Agriculture. Forest Service Southern Research Station. General Technical Report SRS-62.
North American Landscape TreesNorth American Landscape Trees. Arthur Lee Jacobson. Texas Trees a Friendly GuideTexas Trees, A Friendly Guide. Paul W. Cox and Patty Leslie. Illustrations by Gloria Merlo and Sara Harrison.
The Simple Act of Planting aTreeA Citizen Forester’s Guide: The Simple Act of Planting a Tree. Healing your Neighborhood, your City and your World. TreePeople with Andy and Katie Lipkis. Foreword by Lester R. Brown, President, Worldwatch Institute. Trees for Urban and Suburban LandscapesTrees for Urban and Suburban Landscapes. Edward F. Gilman.
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