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Red Mulberry (Morus rubra)

Delicious fruit in early summer on female plants enjoyed by humans, birds, and mammals. Fruits create purple stains where they land so best planted further away from the home. May take 10 years for fruit to produce.
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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.
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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.
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Shellbark Hickory (Carya laciniosa)

A fantastic tree for wildlife - insects, birds, mammals (including bats). Even humans can eat the nuts (which the tree takes 40 years to produce). Large, slow growing, strong tree. Plant this tree for the next generation.
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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.
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Smooth Sumac (Rhus glabra)

Fast growing, thicket-forming shrub with beautiful, bright red berries on female plants, and bright red fall foliage. Supports several insects (including the Red-banded Hairstreak) and birds.
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Spicebush (Lindera benzoin)

Host the spicebush swallowtail. Male & female flowers on separate plants; male flowers showier while female flowers produce red berries in fall (plant sex not determined at time of sale). Beautiful yellow fall foliage.
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St. Andrew's Cross (Hypericum hypericoides)

A short, semi-evergreen shrub, adaptable to many sun and moisture conditions with nice foliage texture. The dark stems also give a nice color contrast to the leaves.
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Swamp White Oak (Quercus bicolor)

Stately hardwood tree that can handle wet feet and droughts. Oak trees support the most number of Lepidoptera species in the Eastern US
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Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera)

Tall, straight, fast-growing tree. Shallow rooted, plant with deep-rooted plants. Host of the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterfly. Will sprout numerous seedlings in spring.
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White Oak (Quercus alba)

A very large, slow-growing, stately tree that can get as wide as it is tall in an open space. Oak trees support the most number of Lepidoptera species in our area.
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Wild Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens)

Can get as wide as tall. Prune stems back to the ground in late winter to promote stem vigor. Rabbits tend to avoid this plant.
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Wild Plum (Prunus spp.)

Wild plums often create dense thickets unless thinned. Thickets can provide shelter for birds and mammals. May have thorns. Fruit is edible but not as sweet as cultivated varieties.
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