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sailor86

04:51AM | 05/13/08
Member Since: 04/08/08
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I would like to plant a fast-growing shade tree in our lawn to help protect against the merciless sun. While at another mobile home, I planted a sapling which in 4 or 5 years towered above the roof of the trailer. I don't know what the name of the tree was but it had very large leaves and large "pods". I may go over there and take a look at that tree again so I might be able to describe it better. In any case, what are the recommended fastest growing shade trees for north Texas (Ft. Worth area)?

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CokeLady

04:42PM | 04/08/09
Member Since: 01/04/09
5 lifetime posts
Question: Tree for Shade.

I planted a purple plum tree, was so suprized to see the growth and the smaller leaves along with the color was great. Infact I bought another yesterday at Home Depot for $18.95. Usually they are about $44.95. About 8-9 foot tall. Fast growing. Other one is 18-20' and about that wide. Full.

CokeLady

04:45PM | 04/08/09
Member Since: 01/04/09
5 lifetime posts
Oh, am in Louisiana. 89 mile south of Sherveport.
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