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Nannyberry (Viburnum lentago)

Fall dark-blue fruits are enjoyed by wildlife and people. May perform a thicket unless suckers removed and plant pruned to desired shape. Prune right after flowering. Host for Spring Azure.
From $13.00

Narrow-leaved New Jersey Tea (Ceanothus herbaceus)

A beautiful compact shrub for a dry area. Attracts many pollinators and is browsed by the deer and rabbits. Flowers on new growth so trim after blooming, if desired.
From $5.50

New Jersey Tea (Ceanothus americanus)

A compact shrub. Deep roots make this plant drought tolerant. Dried leaves have been used as a tea substitute.
From $5.50

Ninebark (Physocarpus opulifolius)

Spreads into a thicket - may be used as a hedge screen. Peeling bark adds winter interest. Flowers attract butterflies and moths. Fruits attract birds in the fall.
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Ohio buckeye (Aesculus glabra)

Typically max height is closer to 20 feet.

Ozark Witch Hazel (Hamamelis vernalis)

Provides food and cover for wildlife. Winter blooms are an exciting find in the forest.
From $11.00

Pasture Rose (Rosa carolina)

A prickly, short, shrubby, native rose. Can tolerate shade, but grows best in full sun for disease resistance and full blooms. Rose hips eaten by birds and mammals and used to make teas.

Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)

Enjoy the delicious fruit of our one and only tropical native tree. Notorious for being difficult to transplant. Does better if planted in shade or part shade for at least the first several years. Better fruit production when multiple trees planted near e
From $11.00

Persimmon (Diospyros virginiana)

A delicious native fruit (as long as you get a ripe one and beat the wildlife to them). Need a male and female plant to bear fruit; we can't guarantee gender.
From $13.00

Red Mulberry (Morus rubra)


River Birch (Betula nigra)

Beautiful peeling bark makes this a wonderful statement tree. Beautiful yellow fall leaves. This tree provides garden interest in every season. Often trained to be multi-trunked in landscapes. Fast growing. Can be kind of messy with fallen twigs.
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Serviceberry (Amelanchier arborea)

Delicious edible red berries ripen in June. Supports several insects, birds, and mammals. Red fall leaves.

Shagbark Hickory (Carya ovata)

The Carya genus supports 200 butterfly and moth species (including rare Hickory Hairstreak Butterfly), nuts are eaten by lots of wildlife (including humans), and Tracy's favorite feature is that bats can roost under the shaggy bark.

Shrubby St. John's Wort (Hypericum prolificum)

A rounded shrub with a more formal shape with beautiful flowers that attract many pollinators. Can tolerate many soil conditions but better in well-drained soil in hot and humid conditions.
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Silky Dogwood (Cornus amomum)

Blue fruit ripen in August and are eaten by many species of wildlife. May form a thicket.
From $13.00