This evergreen tree is the most popular tree in Texas. It adapts to a wide variety of soils and is found thriving all over the state, many specimens living for Centuries. They grow 30-50 feet tall, depending on soil and tree genetics. Most references say this is a slow to medium growth rate tree, not so slow around here. Live Oaks are susceptible to Oak Wilt so always follow recommended guidelines when planting or pruning.