Louisiana Trees

Buy Louisiana Fruit Trees, Flowering Tree, Shade Tree, Bamboo Plants, Nut Tree, Berry Plants and Grape Vines.

You can order and purchase the best high quality Fruit Trees, Shade Trees and Flowering plants and vines that are popular in Louisiana garden landscapes. Louisiana has a very tropical, warm climate and coastal rich soil types that vigorously will produce large fruit crops for low chill peach trees, plum trees and low chill apple trees. Most low chill fruit trees such as the 'Israeli apple' trees (Anna Apple, Ein Shemer apple tree and other apples like the Dorsett Golden) can mature tasty ripe apples in early June when properly pollinated. If a large 6 ft., low chill apple tree is transplanted as a bareroot, bearing size, companion apple with a crabapple tree pollinator, the tree will often bear fruit the first year. Most Florida low chill peach trees, (Flordaking peach, Flordaqueen or Fordaprince peach tree). Florida King, Florida Queen Peach and Florida Crest peaches will readily ripen fruit in Louisiana gardens, actually as readily as in Florida, Georgia and South Ms. The Flordahome Pear tree, also called the Florida Home Pear tree, fruits freely and reliably in Louisiana backyard gardens. The Flordahome pear fruit often bears a few pears the first year after planting. If you buy an extra large specimen from Ty Ty Nursery on line, Red plums, blue plums and yellow fruiting plum trees are offered for you to buy that will bear early, often the first year, when properly pollinated during a satisfactory growing spring. Louisiana climate and where soils are perfect for Nursery fruit tree production. Ornamental shade trees and unique kinds of tropical fig trees such as the L S U, purple fig, L S U, Gold Fig trees that were developed by Louisiana State University. The LA, Black Mission fig, Green Ischau fig and Italian White figs are adapted Figs to many soils and will easily retain high quality figs and flavors, whereas, many tree cultivars will suffer from high temperatures and high humidity.

Nut trees grow very well in Louisiana. The papershell pecan tree is perhaps the most important nut tree growing in LA. Stuart pecan trees, Desirable pecan and Elliot pecan trees are the best adapted cultivars for the State. The Black walnut tree is native to LA, & English thin shelled white walnuts will produce heavy crops of walnut kernels. The Hickory nut tree, the Chinquapin tree and the American Filbert trees all flourish in every soil profile of the State. Almond trees will grow and produce nuts in the summer in Zone 8. Chestnut trees, whether American Chestnut tree or Chinese Chestnuts will thrive in all parts of Louisiana. Find how to get the top information and tips from reviews from Ty Ty Nursery, tytyga.com.

Find the best Louisiana Shade trees that are native to the State are recommended to plant are the easiest and fastest growing trees to grow. Red Maple trees, White Oak tree and Elm trees are ideal for reducing your electric bills, reduce erosion and increase the value of your property. The Bald Cypress tree the Catalpa trees and the River Birch tree all are native trees and prefer to grow in wet soils. The Swamp Tupelo tree the Sourwood trees and the Ginkgo tree all provide brilliant fall color in Louisiana, a State where fall color is a rare thing to discover. The Sassafras tree, Green Ash Tree and Red Oak trees grow into very large shade tree specimens. The pink, Japanese Magnolia tree and the evergreen, Southern Magnolia tree, Magnolia grandiflora, and the dwarf, Little Gem Magnolia trees all are excellent shade trees, but also serve as excellent flowering trees. There are many other beautifully colored blooms in the deciduous Japanese flowering Magnolia tree group to include white, yellow and purple buds and blooms. The Lombardy poplar tree can grow over 8 feet the first transplanting season and is excellent to grow as a shade tree, a privacy screen or a wind blocker.

There are many excellent spring high quality flowering tree selections, like the white, red and pink Dogwood and the Redbud tree that will bloom early in the spring. The Japanese pink flowering Kwanzan and Japanese Yoshino white flowering cherry tree. The white blooming Aristocrat flowering peach tree, and the fabulous flowering azalea plants all begin blooming in early spring. There are many summer flowering shrubs and trees, like the Natchez white Crape Myrtle tree, the Dynamite red Crape Myrtle trees and the Miami pink Crape Myrtle shrubs that bloom all summer and fall. The ew "Black Diamond" crape myrtle trees and the "True Blue" Crape myrtle tree are true colors to the name. The Camellia plants bloom in colors of red, peppermint, white and pink, and a Camellia shrub flowers in the fall and re-blooms again in the winter and spring. The Cassia tree is spectacular fall yellow flowering tree that has delicate fern-like leaves and flower clusters shaped like peas flowers. The Golden Raintree is a spring flowering yellow tree that forms lantern like ornaments on the tree that last attached to the twigs until the fall and winter. The oleander tree is very well adapted for growing in the entire State of LA. This tough plant is drought resistant, grows in full sun, tolerant to alkaline soils (high pH) and flowers for 9 months in Firestarter red, white or pink. There is also a dwarf apricot flowering oleander shrub that doesn't grow above 6 feet tall, and two rare yellow and purple flowering oleander trees that grow up to 25 feet tall and flourish in coastal areas, where they show great salt water tolerance when growing near the sand dunes.

Tropical rare and exotic fruit trees like the European Strawberry tree will produce strawberries reliably every year. The European Strawberry tree is evergreen, and the strawberry fruit matures, when the tree is only five feet tall. The unusual Jujube tree has been planted throughout La., where it is also called the Chinese date tree. The Sherwood Jujube tree cultivar originated in La from a chance seedling that mutated from another Jujube cultivar. Mayhaw fruit trees are native to Louisiana, and many Mayhaw collectors are now grafting special mayhaws, and some of these collectors exchange scions and mayhaw fruit among themselves. The so called 'Japanese plum' tree; is actually a Japanese loquat tree that produces a yellow fruit with the color and size of a kumquat, but the La. loquat tree is not a true plum, but it does have a seed (pit) in the center that looks much like a plum tree pit. The loquat tree is an evergreen tree that produces a delicious fruit that can be eaten directly off the loquat tree as fresh fruit, but most often, loquats are made into loquat jam ( see video on the TyTy, youtube page, or on tytyga.com. Loquat trees are medium sized evergreen shade trees that easily shade autos or homes, and the trees are productive enough to mature plenty of loquat fruits for family and wildlife, even our Ty Ty dogs feast on tasty loquats that drop from the tree.

Rabbiteye blueberry plants are very productive in Louisiana, and the blueberries are sweet and produced in large clusters and have become very important in producing commercial berries for the grocery store fresh markets. Blueberry plants when mature can produce as much as 5 gallons of berries from a single plant. Blueberries can be marketed fresh or in a dried state like raisins that are included in cereals. The shelf life of blueberries is very long and they may be kept viable for weeks under the proper storage conditions. Louisiana Blackberry plants grow very well, and the thorny type blackberry plant has been largely replaced by the new thornless hybrid blackberry plants with new cultivars that have come from researchers from the University of Arkansas.

Wildlife game food plots are important to plant in LA to balance the needs of deer, game birds and other wildlife animals. The wildlife pear tree fruits late in the fall along with the native American persimmon trees when food for animals and birds becomes scarce. The native Chickasaw plum is wild like crabapple native trees and black mulberry trees that all provide lots of food for game animals. The Catalpa tree planted makes the fishermen happy when it attracts worms to feed on the leaves and then the worms make good fish bait. Pecan orchard owners know that the pecan tree, the hickory tree and American hybrid chestnut trees attract game animals to feed on the nuts in the fall. The strawberry bush, the Autumn olive tree and the Ogeechee lime trees provide lots of food for deer and wildlife game birds/ Elderberry bushes and dewberry (blackberry) plants are native plant escapes that are very productive for wildlife berries. The sawtooth oak tree is a fast growing tree wildlife gather beneath to eat the abundant acorns. The gobbler oak tree, the turkey oak tree and the white oak trees attract turkey, squirrels and white tailed deer.

Muscadine grape vines and scuppernongs are native to the State of Louisiana, and new cultivars of the muscadine grape vine are extremely productive with some grapes reaching the size of a half-dollar. The bronze scuppernong grape vines are also very productive and sweet, containing enough sugar to ferment into wine. A muscadine male grapevine must be planted with a female muscadine grape vine, since cross pollination is necessary in order to produce a crop of muscadines. Muscadine grapes are now a very important fresh fruit item to be found on the shelves of grocery stores during the months of August and September, and many States today now offer muscadines and scuppernongs for sale at pick-your-own grape vine vineyards.

A very important plant to use as a privacy blocker in Shreveport, Louisiana is bamboo plant clumps that will rapidly grow into a living fence and block out toxic fumes from automobile traffic of carbon dioxide and transform the toxic gas into oxygen that is healthy and breathable. Dense populations of stems (culms, poles, stalks) arise rapidly to heights of 30 feet that are loaded with leaves that insulated the boundary of your property from unwanted noise, fumes and persons and insure your privacy at home. The stalks are beautifully colored landscape specimens in vibrant colors of waxy yellow, shiny black and blue, often randomly marked on the leaves and stems with variegation. The Southern Louisiana cities of Lafayette, Baton Rouge and New Orleans are famous for the numerous and various golf courses that plant the bamboo in rows to form a perfect fairway boundary marker that reduce wind deflection of golf shots when teeing off or from green shots. You can get your immediate and fast shipment from Ty Ty Bamboo Nursery that will be delivered directly to your home or business any time during the year.

For those plant collectors and lovers of trees in Louisiana, Yucca trees, Agave plants and Aloe plants will grow outside without any damage from cold winter temperatures in all climate zones of the State of LA. The Yucca gloriosa tree commonly known as the Spanish Bayonet is a native American plant that can grow up to 16 feet tall. Yucca rostrata, Yucca brevifolia, also known as 'Joshua Tree' and Yucca filamentosa 'Color Guard' is a brightly variegated leafy plant that grows as a dramatic specimen in the landscape of LA. The Red Yucca plant has long filaments on its slender leaves that turn red during the winter and the orange flowers rise 3 feet above the yucca on a slender stem. The xeriscape American plant, 'Century Plant', Agave americana at maturity sends up a 30 foot flowering inflorescence with stunning white flowers, after which the mother agave plant dies, but an abundant cluster of offsets grow from the stump of the agave. The variegated striping of the Agave amercana 'Marginata' is quite striking and some ancient specimens live for decades. The Agave angustifolia ' Marginata' is a slow growing variegated leafed plant with stiff hard leaves that grow at a 90 degree angle to the trunk. The Agave tequilana is a plant that grows gigantic 6 foot thick leaves that are filled with a sweet syrup that is fermented into the alcohol drink, tequila. The Agave vilmoriniana 'Octopus' grows long re-curving leaves that appear like octopus tentacles. The Agave attenuata grows into a graceful specimen that is called, the 'spineless agave'.All these desert plants are storehouses of water and are very easy to grow, requiring little or no care or attention, fertilizing or water. The Aloe vera plant is often grown as a first aid plant and has a juice in the leaves that is used to treat and cure the bites of fire ants, wasps and honeybees. The juice can also heal skin wounds and burned flesh.