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Conifer

Bald Cypress

$40.00
Bald cypress is a large, slow-growing but long-lived, deciduous conifer, which frequently reaches up to 120 ft in height and 3 to 6 ft in diameter. Its trunk is massive, tapered and buttressed. Leaves are alternate, linear and flat with blades generally spreading around the twig. Bark is thin and fibrous with an interwoven pattern of narrow flat ridges and narrow furrows. Flowers form slender tassle-like structures near the edge of the branchlets. Bundle–$40 Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Black Cherry

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Rose Family (Rosaceae). Native trees growing to 38 m tall; bark of larger trunks fissured and scaly, but thin. Leaves are alternate, simple, ovate to oblong-lanceolate, 5-15 cm long, 2.5-5 cm wide, with finely toothed margins, glabrous or commonly with reddish hairs along the midrib beneath, near base. Inflorescence is an oblong- cylindric raceme 10-15 cm long at the end of leafy twigs, with numerous flowers; calyx tube of short lobes. Bundles–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Legume Family

Black Locust

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Black locust has a shallow, aggressive root system. The bark of black locust is deeply furrowed and is dark reddish-brown to black in color. It has an alternate branching pattern, which creates a zigzag effect. A pair of sharp thorns grows at each node. They are 1⁄2 to 3⁄4 inches long, and very stout. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100-$85
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Black Oak

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Black oak is a widely distributed eastern deciduous species, offering useful timber and acorn production for wildlife. Black oak can be found growing on a variety of sites, from dry ridges to moist coves. Wood is often marketed as red oak. Black oak is commonly used for lumber, fence posts, furniture, flooring, interior finish, barrels, railroad ties, and firewood. Numerous wildlife species eat black oak acorns. Bundle of 10–$40, Bundle of 50–$65, Bundle of 100-$85
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Black Walnut

$40.00
Black walnut usually matures in about 150 years. An average site will produce mature black walnut trees which are 70 to 80 feet in height and attain diameters of 2 to 4 feet when grown in a forest stand. On the best sites this tree may reach up to 150 feet tall and over 8 feet in diameter. When grown at low stocking or in open fields, black walnut produces a short, wide spreading crown. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Bur Oak

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Bur oak or mossycup oak is a medium- to tall-stature deciduous tree widely distributed across the United States. Bur oak has several desirable attributes including strong branches, drought tolerance, winter hardiness, and freedom from serious insects or diseases. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Chestnut Oak

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Chestnut oak is a deciduous, native tree which reaches 50 to 60 feet in height with an equal spread when grown in the open. Up to 100 feet in the woods. The glossy, green, 4’ to 8’ long by 1.5’ to 3’ wide leaves turn to yellow- or red-brown in fall before dropping. The large, 1.5-inch-long acorns which fall in October are sweet-tasting and relished by many forms of wildlife, such as the grey squirrel, black bear and white-tailed deer. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Chinese Chestnut

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Chinese chestnut reaches a height and spread of about 40 feet in a sunny, open exposure and a well-drained soil. It usually branches close to the ground making it a good candidate for a specimen or as a tree to climb. The tree is hard to transplant, perhaps due to a coarse root system. The chief ornamental feature is yellowish white catkins, present in early summer, and a coarse foliage. A very striking tree. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Common Persimmon

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General: Ebony family (Ebenaceae). Native trees growing 5-12 (-21) meters tall; mature bark dark- gray, thick and blocky. Leaves are deciduous, simple, alternate, ovate to elliptic or oblong with smooth edges, 3.5-8 cm long, with an acuminate apex and rounded base, the lower surface usually lighter- colored, especially on young leaves. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Legume Family

Eastern Redbud

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Eastern redbud is a native, perennial, deciduous tree which grows 15 to 30 feet tall and spreads 15 to 25 feet. Older trees generally resemble a vase shape. This tree is a member of Fabaceae or pea family. Eastern redbud is found throughout the lower Great Plains and eastern United States. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Conifer

Eastern White Pine

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Pinus strobus L, eastern white pine, is the largest conifer of the eastern and upper Midwest forests, reaching 150 feet in height and up to 40 inches in diameter. In dense stands, trees produce tall, cylindrical stems with pyramidal shaped crowns, characterized by distinctive, plate like branching, especially noticeable as the trees become older. On young growth, the bark remains rather thin, smooth, and greenish-brown in color. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Flowering Dogwood

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Cornus florida L., flowering dogwood, is a small, bushy tree which rarely attains a height of more than 40 feet or a diameter of 12 to 18 inches. The leaves are opposite one another and from 3 to 6 inches long. The deeply ridged and broken bark resembles alligator hide. Flowering dogwood has large, showy, deeply notched bracts, 4 of which surround each cluster of inconspicuous perfect flowers, in bloom from May to June. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Gray Dogwood

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Cornus racemosa Lam, gray dogwood, is a thickly branched, slow growing dogwood seldom more than 6 feet high at maturity. Its flowers, which bloom in June or July, are white and loosely clustered, and its white fruit, which appears in September and October, is set off by bright red fruit-stalks. Its leaves are opposite, taper-pointed and oval. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Hazelnut

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Birch family (Betulaceae). Native shrubs growing 1-3m tall, strongly rhizomatous and forming colonial thickets; main stems (trunk) straight, with spreading, ascending branches, the twigs slender, zigzag, light brown, numerous stiff, red-glandular hairs. Leaves are deciduous, alternate, broadly oval with a heart-shaped or rounded base, 8-12cm long and 12cm wide, acuminate, doubly serrate, hairy beneath, the petiole with stiff, glandular hairs. Bundle of 10–$40, Bundle of 50–$65, Bundle of 100–$85
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Legume Family

Kentucky Coffeetree

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General: Legume Family (Fabaceae): A medium to large, round-barked native deciduous tree reaching heights of 60-100 feet with a spread of 40 to 50 feet. Its short trunk, 1 to 2 feet in diameter, divides into several large branches that end in contorted, stout twigs. Its unique, thick, dark bark is gray to grayish- brown, often marked with deep, irregular furrows and plates that curl at their sides. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Conifer

Loblolly Pine

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Loblolly pine is a North American native which is usually seen from 50 to 80 feet tall with a 30-foot-spread though it is capable of reaching more than 150 feet in height. This extremely fast-growing pine is pyramidal when young making it ideal for screening but loses its lower limbs as it grows older becoming a tall, stately specimen, windbreak, or dappled-shade tree. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Northern Red Oak

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General: Beech Family (Fagaceae). Native trees often reaching 20–30 m tall, less commonly up to 50 m; bark dark gray or black, shallowly furrowed into broad hard scaly ridges, inner bark reddish to pink; generally developing a strong taproot and network of deep, spreading laterals. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Nuttall Oak

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Growing up to 80 feet tall with a 50- to 60-foot spread, this member of the red oak group forms a stately tree with a narrow, rather dense rounded canopy. This oak is similar to the Shumard oak. The crown spreads with age becoming round at maturity. During the winter the bare tree provides interesting branching patterns. The 1.5-inch-wide acorns are surrounded by a shallow, enclosing cup and are popular with wildlife. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Pawpaw

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General: Custard-apple or Annona family (Annonaceae). This perennial tree or shrub grows from 3 to 12 m tall. The drooping, pear-shaped leaves are alternate, from 10 to 30 cm long, with smooth margins and pointed tips. The leaves are coated with fine whitish hairs on the upper surface with rusty- colored hairs on the under-side. Leaves are aromatic, with a smell reminiscent of bell pepper. Bundles of 10–$50, Bundles of 50–$85, Bundles of 100–$115
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Pecan

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Pecan is a large tree to 150 feet with a broad rounded crown. It is the largest of all the hickories. It produces flowers from March to May with both male and female flowers on the same tree. Leaves are alternate, odd-pinnately compound with 9-17 leaflets. The fruit is a nut 1 to 2 inches long and 1⁄2 to l inch in diameter. The nut is encased in a thin husk which is divided into sections which open in the fall at maturity. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Pin Oak

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Pin oak is a moderately large tree with normal heights ranging from 70 to 90 feet with diameters between 2 and 3 feet. Trees reaching 120 feet tall with 5-foot diameters are occasionally encountered on good sites. The bark of this tree is smooth, reddish to grayish-brown during the juvenile period, becoming darker and shallowly fissured as the tree growth slows with age. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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River Birch

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River birch is native to the eastern United States; south to Florida, north to Minnesota and west to Kansas; it is restricted to stream banks and other moist places. The tree can grow as tall as 40 to 70 feet and 15 to 30 inches in diameter. The bark is exfoliating; gray-brown to ivory or copper colored. The leaves are alternate, simple, 1-3 inches long, and oval-shaped with serrated edges; they are green above and whitish underneath. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Roughleaf Dogwood

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This small, spreading, deciduous tree has 1- to 5-inch-long, olive green leaves with paler undersides. During the summer months, roughleaf dogwood produces many off-white, four-petaled, open flowers, and these are followed by many small, round fruits which ripen from August to October. Roughleaf dogwood forms a dense thicket of intertwined branches, making it ideal for use as a hedge, border, or as a cover for wildlife. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Shagbark Hickory

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Shagbark Hickory reaches a height of 60 to 80 feet and spreads 25 to 35 feet (Fig. 1). The tree has a picturesque, oval outline with the lower branches somewhat drooping, the upper branches upright, and the middle branches just about horizontal. Probably the best ornamental hickory due to the open branching habit and shaggy, gray bark. Bundles of 10–$50, Bundles of 50–$85, Bundles of 100–$115
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Shellbark Hickory

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General: Hickory Family (Caryaceae). This species is a native tree 20-30(40) m tall, with an open, round to oblong crown; twigs thick, orange-brown, rusty- hairy when young, becoming glabrous, with a large, elongate terminal bud; bark initially smooth and light gray with shallow interlacing ridges, later developing long, broad, loosely attached plates attached at the middle and curving away from the trunk. Bundles of 10–$50, Bundles of 50–$85, Bundles of 100–$115
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Conifer

Shortleaf Pine

$40.00
Shortleaf pine is an important commercial timber tree of the U.S. southeast. It is the least exacting of the the southern yellow pines regarding temperature and moisture. At one time it was considered the most promising pine for southern forestry. Shortleaf pine needles are 3 to 5 inches long, occuring in bundles of 2 or 3. Shortleaf pine is used for lumber, plywood, structural materials, and pulpwood. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Shumard Oak

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General: Beech Family (Fagaceae). Native tree growing to 25 m tall, with an open, rounded- spreading crown. Bark dark gray, smoothish, furrowed into ridges on lower trunk and older branches, the trunk sometimes buttressed on older trees. Leaves are alternate, elliptic, 8–18 cm long, to 12 cm wide, deeply divided into 5–9 bristle-tipped lobes broadest toward the tip, the sinuses thumb- shaped, dark green above. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Silky Dogwood

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Silky dogwood is a large shrub, often 6-10 feet in height. The growth habit is upright rounded, but where stems are in contact with the ground, roots are formed. This behavior creates thickets. Young dogwoods have bright red stems in the fall, winter and early spring, which turn reddish-brown in the summer. As the shrub matures, the stems turn reddish-brown year-round and later gray. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Sugar Maple

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General: Maple Family (Aceraceae). A native tree with a dense, spreading crown, to 25-37(-40) m in height; bark light gray to gray-brown, rough, deeply furrowed, and darker with age. The leaves are deciduous, opposite, long-petioled, blades 5-11 cm long and about as wide, with 5 shallow, blunt or short-pointed lobes, edges coarsely toothed, dark green and glabrous above, whitish and more or less hairy below. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Swamp Chestnut Oak

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Quecus michauxii Nutt., swamp chestnut oak, grows along the Atlantic Coastal Plain from New Jersey south to north Florida, and west to east Texas; its range extends up the Mississippi River Valley to Illinois and Ohio. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Swamp White Oak

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General: Beech Family (Fagaceae). Native trees commonly growing to 15–20 m, sometimes to 30 m, the lateral branches relatively persistent (slow in self- pruning), with an open, irregularly shaped crown; bark dark gray, scaly or flat-ridged, often peeling off in large, ragged, papery curls. Leaves are deciduous, alternate, obovate to narrowly elliptic or narrowly obovate, (8–)12–18(–21) cm long, (4–)7–11(–16) cm wide. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Sycamore

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American sycamore is widespread in the eastern United States, from Texas to Nebraska, Iowa, and Wisconsin and into southern Ontario, Canada; apparently extirpated in Maine. It also occurs in the mountains of northeastern Mexico. For current distribution, please consult the Plant Profile page for this species on the PLANTS Web site. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Washington Hawthorn

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Hawthorn reaches a height 20 to 25 feet. It grows rapidly in a pyramidal form to about 20 feet, then the crown expands to become oval or irregular. The tree tolerates most soils, growing well in clay, but prefers heavy, dry loam. The main ornamental feature is white or pink flowers borne in spring and good fall color. Some types produce ornamental scarlet fruits. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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Water Oak

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Water oak has a spreading, rounded, open canopy, and is most often used for a naturalized landscape. The acorns are particularly abundant on water oak and make good food for wildlife. They badly stain asphalt and concrete for several months in fall and winter. Water oak is deciduous in the North, semi-evergreen in the Deep South, and trees reach 60 to 80 feet in height (shorter when grown in the open) with a 50- to 70-foot spread. Bundles of 10–$40, Bundles of 50–$65, Bundles of 100–$85
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