Texas is the second largest US state by both land area and population. Austin is the capital, there are 254 counties, with 962 cities.
If you should find yourself needing to clear land or remove a tree, click on your city below to discover your city arborist, tree protection ordinance, and tree removal permit and application process.
- San Antonio
- Fort Worth
Texas spans over six US Plant Hardiness Zones, including zones 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, and 9a. With a humid subtropical climate, there is an increase in humidity and heat the further south or east one may travel. Average winter low temperatures can dip to the mid 20’s while average summer high temperatures reach the mid to high 80’s.
Among the top industries in the State of Texas are oil & gas, steel manufacturing, and agriculture. Texas is the #1 cabbage producer in the United States, providing other crops like sorghum grain, rice, sugar cane, peanuts, watermelon, and grapefruit (the state’s official fruit).
The state tree is the pecan tree, the blue bonnet is the state flower, and the state plant is the prickly pear cactus.
The Angelina, Sabine, Davy Crockett, and the Sam Houston forests comprise what is known as “Piney Woods.” These four forests sit on nearly 635,000 acres spanning through 12 counties on federally owned land.
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