Where Family Life Blooms

There's no better place to raise a family than Longwood Village. We love living underneath the canopy of majestic pines, stately oaks, blooming crepe myrtles, magnificent magnolias, shady palms and more.

History of Our Trees

Longwood is blessed to be the home to many varieties of beautiful trees. Many of our original Longwood trees were a gift from Mother Nature, others were planted by the developer and additional varieties were added by the HOA over the years.  We have many varieties of pines, oaks, elms, cedars, redbuds, maples, magnolias, sweet gums, sassafras, acacia, chinaberry, tallow, Chinese Fringe, possumhaw holly, Bradford pears, crape myrtles and many more to add beauty and diversity to our landscape.

So the next time you are out driving, walking, riding your bike or playing tennis on our courts, take note of and enjoy the variety, beauty and shade of our Longwood trees.  They are an important part of what makes our village Longwood!

In addition to the beauty they offer our neighborhood, trees provide environmental and psychological benefits too. The Nature Conservancy publishes many interesting articles on why trees are critical to cities: read

If you would like to donate a tree or get involved with our planting effort, please send us a message via TownSq.

TownSq is the official HOA contact information system for our community. We ask that residents keep their profile and email updated. To update, login and click on your name in the upper right corner.  Select Edit Profile and make appropriate changes.


Tree Resources

Texas A&M Forest Service - Trees of Texas

Texas A&M -  Native & Adapted Plants for Houston

Trees for Houston - local non-profit resource