Large trees

Large trees grow about thirty feet or more.  Most are deciduous, but one of the notable evergreens is Quercus agrifolia or coast live oak, a very common sight in our area.  Amongst the deciduous choices are Liquidamber, Morus alba (mulberry, particularly the fruitless type), Pistacia chinensis (Chinese pistache), Gingko biloba, Platanus racemosa (California sycamore) and P. x acerifolia (London plane), Fraxinus angustifolia oxycarpa ‘Raywood’ (Raywood ash), Robinia (locust), Pyrus calleryana (flowering pear) and many species of Quercus (oak).