Sassafras albidum ( Sassafras )
Sassafras, Sassafras albidum, Seeds Hardy, Adaptable, Easy to Grow, Showy Fragrant Flowers, Fragrant Leaves, Fall Color, Attracts Birds and Butterflies, Shade Tree, Cold and Drought Tolerant This lovely, deciduous, native North American tree is pyramidal when young but later develops...
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Prunus serrulata (Japanese Flowering Cherry, Sakura, Hill Cherry, Oriental Cherry, East Asian Cherry)
Japanese Sakura Flowering Cherry, Prunus serrulata, Tree SeedsPrunus serrulata or Japanese Cherry; also called Hill Cherry, Oriental Cherry or East Asian Cherry, is a species of cherry native to Japan, Korea and China. It is known for its spring cherry...
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Malus pumila var. antonovka (Antonovka Apple)
Malus pumila var. antonovka (Antonovka Apple) is also a beautiful fruit, hanging softly from the tree like luminous golden lights. It's a delicious, tangy fruit right off the tree, with a high acid content and a taste that mellows with...
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Prunus serotina (Black Cherry)
The Black Cherry is the largest Native American Cherry. Its beautiful fragrant flower show, attraction to songbirds and its fall color make it a highly desirable shade tree if you have the room.  When crushed, the leaves smell like Black...
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Pinus koraiensis (Korean Pine)
Pinus koraiensis (Korean Pine),  versatile, cold-hardy, and beautiful pine cultivar. When young, it has pyramidal branches with thickly packed needles that feather to the ground. The tree takes on a more loose pyramidal form as it grows, with a rounded...
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Prunus persica nemaguard (Nemaguard Peach)
Nemaguard Peach, Prunus persica nemaguard, Tree Seeds    Hardy, Edible Fruits, Fragrant Showy Flowers, Fast Growth, Cold Tolerant   Prunus persica nemaguard (Nemaguard Peach) is used extensively as rootstock for peach cultivars; this variety is a vigorous grower and extremely...
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Malus pumila (Paradise Apple, Red Delicious Apple)
Malus pumila (Paradise Apple, Red Delicious Apple) is one of the better known apple varieties. It is a vigorous, productive tree that produces medium to large fruit. Good for eating, but not cooking, this crisp and juicy apple has a waxy...
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Pinus thunbergii (Japanese Black Pine)
Pinus thunbergii (Japanese Black Pine), often grown as a Bonsai, is a gymnosperm tree that develops to be 20-50 feet tall. It features a pyramidal shape with a flat top and no obvious centre leader. It will become uneven and...
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Juniperus virginiana (Eastern Red Cedar)
Juniperus virginiana (Eastern Red Cedar) is a coniferous evergreen tree with a thick, sluggish growth rate. The oldest tree found was 940 years old and came from West Virginia. The reddish-brown bark is fibrous and peels away in thin pieces....
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Thuja plicata (Western Redcedar, Western Red Cedar)
The western redcedar is an evergreen coniferous tree endemic to the northwest United States and southern Canada.The foliage is arranged in flat sprays with scale-like leaves in opposing pairs, with each pair 90 degrees apart. The tiny cones dangle from...
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Sequoia sempervirens (Redwood, California Redwood, Coast Redwood)
Sequoia sempervirens (Redwood, California Redwood, Coast Redwood),  tallest coast redwood, with a trunk diameter of 377 feet, has a conical crown and branches that are horizontal to slightly drooping. The bark can be thick, velvety, and fibrous, with a brilliant...
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Pinus pinea (Italian Stone pine)
The beautiful Pinus pinea (Italian Stone pine) evergreen Italian stone pine has a thick, towering canopy that mimics an umbrella. As a result, it is also known as the "umbrella pine." These pine trees love warm, dry conditions and are...
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Picea pungens (Blue Spruce)
Picea pungens (Blue Spruce) is a pyramidal conifer with horizontal branching to the ground that grows in the medium to large size range. Green to blue-green needles that are stiff, bristly, and square point outward from the branches in all...
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Malus ioensis (Prairie Crab Apple)
Prairifire Crabapple is a stunning pink-flowered Crabapple tree with exceptional aesthetic qualities. When fresh, erect branches infuse your Spring Garden with vigour. Prairifire Crabapple tree has a lovely rounded form with an appealing, symmetrical appeal as it ages. The equally...
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Caragana arborescens (Siberian Pea Tree)
Caragana arborescens (Siberian Pea Tree) : A deciduous shrub or small tree endemic to Siberia and Manchuria is the Siberian pea tree. The Siberian pea tree grows to a height of 10 to 15 feet. It has eight to twelve...
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Acer palmatum Japanese Maple , U.S.A. d.w.
Japanese maple trees may reach a height of 33 feet (10 metres), although smaller Japanese maples might resemble tiny shrubby trees. The Japanese maple tree is often a tiny multi-stemmed tree with a dome-shaped canopy or crown. When the leaves...
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Acer griseum d.w. (Paper Bark Maple)
Acer griseum d.w. (Paper Bark Maple) is a tiny deciduous tree with a distinctive fall color and peeling copper-orange to reddish-brown bark that adds to the landscape's attractiveness. The paperbark maple reaches a mature height and width of 15 to...
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Abies fraseri (Fraser Fir)
Abies fraseri (Fraser Fir) is an evergreen coniferous tree that grows to a height of 10 to 15 metres (30 to 50 feet). Fraser Fir has been used more times as the Blue Room Christmas tree (the official Christmas tree...
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Sambucus Canadensis (American Elderberry)
Sambucus Canadensis (American Elderberry) or common elderberry, is a species of elderberry native to a large area of North America east of the Rocky Mountains, south to Bolivia. It grows in a variety of conditions including both wet and dry...
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Actinidia chinensis (Chinese Kiwi, Chinese Gooseberry, Kiwi-Berry, Yang-Tao)
Actinidia chinensis has a smooth, bronze skin, with a beak shape at the stem attachment. Flesh colour varies from bright green to a clear, intense yellow. This species is sweeter and more aromatic in flavour compared to A. deliciosa, similar...
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Wisteria sinensis (Chinese Wisteria)
Chinese wisteria was first introduced as an ornamental plant in 1916. It has a large number of plants that have been planted and nurtured. The leaves are glossy, green, and pinnately compound, with long oblong leaflets. White, violet, or blue...
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Thuja occidentalis (American Arborvitae, Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar, Arborvitae)
Thuja occidentalis (American Arborvitae, Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar, Arborvitae) belongs to the cypress family Cupressaceae and is an evergreen coniferous tree. The bark is reddish-brown, wrinkled, and peels in long, narrow strips. Northern white cedar has scaly leaves and fan-like...
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Pinus pinaster (Maritime pine, Cluster pine)
Pinus pinaster (Maritime pine, Cluster pine) is grown for its timber as well as for the manufacture of turpentine and rosin in its native location. In areas with warm temperate temperatures, it is also a popular decorative tree. It may...
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Gymnocladus dioicus (Kentucky Coffee Tree)
Gymnocladus dioicus (Kentucky Coffee Tree) reaches a height of 60 to 75 feet. The leaves are the biggest of any Canadian tree, measuring 60 by 90 cm. They are split into many tiny bluish-green leaflets and are doubly complex. The...
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Cupressus sempervirens stricta (Upright Italian Cypress)
Cupressus sempervirens stricta (Upright Italian Cypress) sometimes known as a pencil pine, that grows to a height of 40 to 60 feet. Parent is a narrow column with green foliage, perhaps 2-3 feet wide when 20 feet tall; narrowest of...
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Cryptomeria japonica (Japanese Cedar)
Cryptomeria japonica (Japanese Cedar) :  with a beautiful growth pattern and a conical to pyramidal form and grows to be quite tall. It is a very large evergreen tree , reaching up to 70 m (230 ft) tall and 4...
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Carpinus betulus (European Hornbeam)
European hornbeams make excellent screens, hedges, and windbreak trees when planted in groups around big buildings. The European hornbeam has attractive slate-gray smooth to fluted bark and richly textured leaves. In the fall, the dark green leaves become a lovely...
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Betula lenta (Sweet Birch)
Betula lenta (Sweet Birch) is a North American ornamental and timber tree of the Betulaceae family, also known as black birch, cherry birch, and red birch. The smooth, glossy, nonpeeling outer bark, which is red-brown on younger stems but almost...
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Acer rubrum Northern wings (Red Maple)
Crimson maple trees are beautiful ornamental landscaping trees with brilliant red leaves in the fall. In the spring, red maples bloom with crimson blooms. The red maple leaves begin as crimson and turn green before turning yellow and red in...
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Acer freemanii (Partial de-winged) Freeman Maple
Acer freemanii (Partial de-winged)    Freeman Maple, A hybrid of the red and silver maples, combining the best of both species, is a deciduous tree with lobes that are palmately 5-lobed, lobes that are broad, apically caudate-acute, lobes that are...
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Acer campestre d.w. (Hedge Maple)
Hedge maple is a broad-rounded tree that may be used as a hedge or as a specimen. It loves wet, well-drained soil and may take some shade, especially when young. It may be used near sidewalks and driveways since it...
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Abies procera glauca (Blue Danish fir)
Abies procera glauca (Blue Danish fir), a steely-Blue cultivar Abies procera 'Glauca' is one of the more beautiful firs. It is a sluggish starter when young, but after a few years will exhibit modest development, eventually reaching 65 feet (20...
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Sagina Subulata (Irish Moss) (5,000 Raw Seeds per Pack)
Sagina subulata (Heath Pearlwort or Irish Moss, syn. Sagina pilifera auct. non) is a species of Sagina, native to Europe. In just eight weeks after germination, the Irish moss becomes thick and full.  It occurs on dry sandy or gravelly...
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Fragaria vesca (Wild Strawberry, Woodland Strawberry, Alpine Strawberry, European Strawberry, Fraise des bois)
Fragaria vesca, commonly called wild strawberry, woodland strawberry, Alpine strawberry, European strawberry, or fraise des bois. A perennial herbaceous plant that grows naturally throughout much of the Northern Hemisphere, and that produces edible fruits. Woodland strawberry fruit is strongly flavored,...
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Camellia sinensis (Tea, Tea Plant, Tea Camellia)
Camellia sinensis (Tea, Tea Plant, Tea Camellia) Southeast Asia , but it is today cultivated across the world in tropical and subtropical regions. It is an evergreen shrub or small tree that is usually trimmed to below two meters (six feet)...
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Sambucus nigra (European Black Elderberry)
Sambucus nigra (European Black Elderberry) is a deciduous shrub or small tree growing to 4–6 m (rarely to 10 m) tall. The bark, light grey when young, changes to a coarse grey outer bark with lengthwise furrowing. The leaves are...
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Ulmus americana (American Elm, White Elm, Gray Elm, Swan Elm)
Ulmus americana, often known as the American Elm, is a deciduous tree native to North Carolina with a trunk diameter of 2 to 5 feet and a height of 80 to 100 feet. The leaves are alternating, with a serrated...
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Thevetia nereifolia (Yellow Oleander Thevetia peruviana)
Thevetia peruviana is a tiny ornamental tree that reaches a height of 10 to 12 feet. The spirally organized leaves are linear and measure 13-15 cm in length. Flowers are funnel-shaped and brilliant yellow, with 5 spirally twisted petals. The...
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Syringa amurensis japonica (Japanese Tree Lilac)
Syringa amurensis japonica (Japanese Tree Lilac) can be found growing on limestone cliffs and amid brush. The Japanese tree lilac is bigger and blooms later than the shrub lilacs. It blooms in huge clusters of tiny creamy-white flowers that are...
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Spartium junceum (Spanish Broom)
The Spartium junceum is the only species in the Spartium genus. The Spanish broom, also known as rush broom or weaver's broom, is a flowering plant of the Fabaceae family. It has thick, slightly succulent grey-green rush-like stems with tiny,...
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Rhododendron maximum (Great Laurel, Rosebay, Rosebay Rhododendron)
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has a lot of Rosebay Rhododendron. The leaves have been used to make a home cure, and the wood is occasionally utilised for tool handles. Short, crooked trunk, broad, rounded crown with numerous sturdy,...
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Pseudotsuga menziesii , California (Douglas Fir (California))
The Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) is an evergreen coniferous tree belonging to the Pinaceae family. Douglas-firs are evergreen trees that range in height from 70 to 330 feet tall. The leaves are flat, soft, linear needles 2–4 cm (3–1+12 in)...
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Prunus virginiana (Black Chokecherry, Black Choke cherry)
Prunus virginiana (Black Chokecherry, Black Choke cherry) : For a few weeks in May, Black Chokecherry is adorned with a profusion of lovely white blooms. Native to North America , where it is found almost throughout the continent except for...
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Prunus persica Lovell (Peach, Lovell Peach)
* Lovell Peach seed is used primarily as a root-stock for grafting desired scion wood onto.  The resulting trees are more tolerant of wet soils, more cold hardy, and disease resistant. Prunus persica Lovell (Peach, Lovell Peach) is a deciduous...
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Prunus avium 'CVI' (Sweet Cherry, Wild Cherry, Gean, Certified Virus Indexed Mazzard Cherry)
Prunus avium 'CVI'    (Sweet Cherry, Wild Cherry, Gean, Certified Virus Indexed Mazzard Cherry) : a deciduous tree with a trunk up to 1.5 m in diameter and a height of 15–32 m. Young trees have a strong apical dominance, with...
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Poinciana pulcherrima (Barbados Pride, Red bird of Paradise Shrub)
Poinciana pulcherrima (Barbados Pride, Red bird of Paradise Shrub) is a Fabaceae, or legume, family evergreen shrub or small tree native to Barbados. It hails from Mexico and the Caribbean, and its stems and branches are adorned with spectacular orange-red...
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Platanus acerifolia c.s. (London Plane Tree)
Platanus acerifolia c.s. (London Plane Tree) is a cross between the American Sycamore and the Oriental Planetree trees. It belongs to the Platanaceae family and is a big shade tree. The tree's dark bark, which exfoliates in irregular chunks to...
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Pinus sylvestris rhodopaea (Scots Pine, Scotch Pine, European Red Pine, Baltic Pine)
Pinus sylvestris rhodopaea (Scots Pine, Scotch Pine), European red pine, or Baltic pine, is a pine species endemic to Eurasia. An evergreen coniferous tree with a trunk diameter of 1 m and a height of 35 m. The lower trunk...
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Pinus flexilis (Limber Pine, Rocky Mountain White Pine)
The limber pine, Pinus flexilis, is a pine tree species in the Pinaceae family that grows in the mountains of the Western United States, Mexico, and Canada. Rocky Mountain white pine is another name for it. Fascicules (bundles) comprising five...
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Paulownia elongata (Empress Tree)
The Paulownia elongata is a deciduous fast-growing tree in the Paulowniaceae family that is native to Eastern Asia. It is regarded as one among the world's fastest-growing trees. The leaves of this plant are big and velvety soft, similar to...
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