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Acer rubrum 'Autumn Flame'

Acer rubrum 'Autumn Flame'

Common Name: Autumn Flame Red Maple

Autumn Flame Red Maple has compact growth with smaller leaves and tight branching habit. Perfect for areas with limited space. Rich, burgundy red fall color arrives about two weeks earlier than most other varieties.

Alnus serrulata

Alnus serrulata

Common Name: Smooth Alder
Smooth Alder is excellent for stream banks, buffer plantings, and wildlife. Smooth Alder's fruit is eaten by several species of birds including the woodcock and ruffed grouse.
Amelanchier X grandiflora 'Robin Hill'

Amelanchier X grandiflora 'Robin Hill'

Common Name: Robin Hill Serviceberry
The pink flower buds of 'Robin Hill' Serviceberry distinguish it from other native serviceberry selections. 'Robin Hill' Serviceberry has an upright habit that makes it a good choice for street plantings or other settings where a small, attractive tr
Aronia melanocarpa

Aronia melanocarpa

Common Name: Black Chokeberry
Native Black Chokeberry is an adaptable small, multi-branched shrub often grown as an ornamental for its showy flowers and fruit. Foliage turns wine red in fall. Provides food and cover for wildlife.
Asimina triloba

Asimina triloba

Common Name: Pawpaw

Pawpaw is a multi-stemmed shrub or small tree is a great plant for attracting all kinds of wildlife. Pawpaw's yellowish fruit is relished by many birds and small mammals. Pawpaw spreads slowly to form small colonies or thickets, providing good cov

Callicarpa japonica

Callicarpa japonica

Common Name: Japanese Beautyberry
Japanese Beautyberry is similar to our native species, but has smaller leaves and berries, and the fruits tend to be paler in color as well.
Carya illinoinensis

Carya illinoinensis

Common Name: Pecan

The largest member of the hickory family is the Pecan. Prefers rich, moist soils. Tall straight trunk with symmetrical, broadly oval crown. The sweet edible nuts of Pecan are favored by wildlife and people. 

Carya illinoinensis X ovata 'Hican'

Carya illinoinensis X ovata 'Hican'

Common Name: Pecan

'Hican' is a natural hybrid of native Pecan and Shagbark Hickory overlap. Generally, the seedling trees are intermediate between these two species. Fast-growing with glossy, disease-resistant foliage. The nuts are like a r

Carya laciniosa

Carya laciniosa

Common Name: Shellbark Hickory
Shellbark Hickory is the largest of the true hickories. The Shellbark Hickory's nut is also larger than others of the species. Bark is similar to Shagbark Hickory on mature specimens.
Castanea mollissima seedlings 'Chinese Chestnut'

Castanea mollissima seedlings 'Chinese Chestnut'

Chinese Chestnut is a production selection from a superior orchard strain. Unusual vigor, uniformity, and disease-resistance with superior nut production.

Castanea mollissima seedlings from 'Bond Orchard Selection™ 20818'

Castanea mollissima seedlings from 'Bond Orchard Selection™ 20818'

'Qing' Chestnut was developed by the Bond Chestnut Farm to produce prolific, quality nuts on disease-resistant trees.
Castanea mollissima seedlings from 'Bond Orchard Selection™ 20817'

Castanea mollissima seedlings from 'Bond Orchard Selection™ 20817'

20817 is a disease-resistant production selection with unusual vigor and uniformity. Superior nut production and above average nut size.

Castanea mollissima seedlings from 'Bond Orchard Selection™ of cultivar 'Amy'

Castanea mollissima seedlings from 'Bond Orchard Selection™ of cultivar 'Amy'

'Amy' Bond Orchard Chestnut offers excellent production and good-flavored nuts. Disease-resistant. Mother tree typically produces two nuts per bur.
Castanea seedlings 'Bond Orchard Selection from 'Eaton™'

Castanea seedlings 'Bond Orchard Selection from 'Eaton™'

Eaton Chestnut is a great production selection. Large, glossy, serrated foliage.
Cercis canadensis

Cercis canadensis

Common Name: Redbud
Eastern Redbud is the native favorite and harbinger of spring that explodes with rosy pink flowers in April. Native Eastern Redbud does well in sun to dappled shade. Adapts to any average garden soil.
Cladrastis kentukea/lutea

Cladrastis kentukea/lutea

Common Name: Yellowwood
Yellowwood is an excellent, medium-sized specimen tree, with light green compound leaves turning gold in fall. Spectacular panicles of fragrant, creamy-white spring flowers. Yellowwood bark is very smooth and gray. This is an underused, beautiful na
Cornus alternifolia

Cornus alternifolia

Common Name: Pagoda Dogwood
Pagoda Dogwood has flat-topped clusters of fragrant, white spring flowers followed by blue-black berries on red stems. Spreading, low-branched tree with horizontal habit and burgundy fall foliage. Good alternative to cold-sensitive Flowering Dogwood
Cornus amomum

Cornus amomum

Common Name: Silky Dogwood
Silky Dogwood is a hardy shrub or small tree that produces flat clusters of white spring flowers followed by blue berries, an important food source for birds and a number of mammals. Single trees will form thickets if the suckers are not pruned back.
Cornus kousa var. chinensis

Cornus kousa var. chinensis

Common Name: Kousa Dogwood
Kousa, or Chinese, Dogwood is an attractive specimen tree with horizontal tiers of branches. Attractive spring flowers followed in fall by hanging red fruit and red foliage make this a desirable specimen tree.
Cornus mas 'Redstone'

Cornus mas 'Redstone'

Common Name: Redstone Cornelian Cherry
'Redstone' Cornelian Cherry is a low-branching shrub that is more erect in appearance and more vigorous than the species. Tiny, yellow flowers bloom in late winter to early spring before the foliage. Fall foliage is red. This cultivar of the native f
Diospyros virginiana

Diospyros virginiana

Common Name: Persimmon
Commonly seen along fencerows, roadsides and field edges, Persimmon is a slow-growing tree that produces small, bell-shaped flowers in spring. After frost, mature persimmon fruits turn orange and taste similar to an apricot. Persimmon fruits are a va
Diospyros virginiana 'Dollywood'

Diospyros virginiana 'Dollywood'

Common Name: Dollywood Grafted Persimmon
Commonly seen along fencerows, roadsides and field edges, Persimmon is a slow-growing tree that produces small, bell-shaped flowers in spring. After frost, mature persimmon fruits turn orange and taste similar to an apricot. Persimmon fruits are a va
Diospyros virginiana 'Early Golden'

Diospyros virginiana 'Early Golden'

Common Name: Early Golden Grafted Persimmon
Commonly seen along fencerows, roadsides and field edges, Persimmon is a slow-growing tree that produces small, bell-shaped flowers in spring. After frost, mature persimmon fruits turn orange and taste similar to an apricot. Persimmon fruits are a va
Diospyros virginiana 'Elmo'

Diospyros virginiana 'Elmo'

Common Name: Elmo Grafted Persimmon
Commonly seen along fencerows, roadsides and field edges, Persimmon is a slow-growing tree that produces small, bell-shaped flowers in spring. After frost, mature persimmon fruits turn orange and taste similar to an apricot. Persimmon fruits are a va
Diospyros virginiana 'Garretson'

Diospyros virginiana 'Garretson'

Common Name: Garretson Grafted Persimmon
Commonly seen along fencerows, roadsides and field edges, Persimmon is a slow-growing tree that produces small, bell-shaped flowers in spring. After frost, mature persimmon fruits turn orange and taste similar to an apricot. Persimmon fruits are a va
Diospyros virginiana 'I-94'

Diospyros virginiana 'I-94'

Common Name: I-94 Grafted Persimmon
Commonly seen along fencerows, roadsides and field edges, Persimmon is a slow-growing tree that produces small, bell-shaped flowers in spring. After frost, mature persimmon fruits turn orange and taste similar to an apricot. Persimmon fruits are a va
Diospyros virginiana 'Jiro'

Diospyros virginiana 'Jiro'

Common Name: Jiro Grafted Persimmon
Commonly seen along fencerows, roadsides and field edges, Persimmon is a slow-growing tree that produces small, bell-shaped flowers in spring. After frost, mature persimmon fruits turn orange and taste similar to an apricot. Persimmon fruits are a va
Diospyros virginiana 'Lena'

Diospyros virginiana 'Lena'

Common Name: Lena Grafted Persimmon
Commonly seen along fencerows, roadsides and field edges, Persimmon is a slow-growing tree that produces small, bell-shaped flowers in spring. After frost, mature persimmon fruits turn orange and taste similar to an apricot. Persimmon fruits are a va
Diospyros virginiana 'Rosseyanka'

Diospyros virginiana 'Rosseyanka'

Common Name: Rosseyanka Grafted Persimmon
Commonly seen along fencerows, roadsides and field edges, Persimmon is a slow-growing tree that produces small, bell-shaped flowers in spring. After frost, mature persimmon fruits turn orange and taste similar to an apricot. Persimmon fruits are a va
Diospyros virginiana 'Yates'

Diospyros virginiana 'Yates'

Common Name: Yates Grafted Persimmon
Commonly seen along fencerows, roadsides and field edges, Persimmon is a slow-growing tree that produces small, bell-shaped flowers in spring. After frost, mature persimmon fruits turn orange and taste similar to an apricot. Persimmon fruits are a va
Halesia carolina

Halesia carolina

Common Name: Carolina Silverbell

Carolina Silverbell is a small native tree with white, bell-shaped spring flowers. Full sun or partial shade.

Hamamelis virginiana

Hamamelis virginiana

Common Name: American Witchhazel

American Witchhazel is a tall shrub or small tree with upright spreading branches. Fragrant, yellow fall or early winter flowers open are a boon to migrating hummingbirds. The golden fall leaf color can be outstanding and ofte

Juglans cinerea

Juglans cinerea

Common Name: Butternut
Native Butternut, or White Walnut, is a slow-growing tree. The butternut is a prized wildlife food.
Juglans nigra

Juglans nigra

Common Name: Black Walnut
Black Walnut, is a fast-growing Midwest native tree of bottomlands and open fields. Its beautiful, fine-grained wood is prized for woodworking and quality veneer. Nutmeats enjoyed by humans and wildlife.
Juglans nigra 'Purdue #1'

Juglans nigra 'Purdue #1'

Common Name: Purdue #1 Black Walnut
'Purdue #1' is a rapidly-growing walnut cultivar with good nut production.
Juglans regia 'Carpathian'

Juglans regia 'Carpathian'

Common Name: Carpathian Walnut
'Carpathian' is a rapidly-growing walnut cultivar with good nut production. 'Carpathian' is a cultivar with seed origin in Michigan. It has tolerated winter temperatures as low as -34 degrees.
Metasequoia glyptostroboides

Metasequoia glyptostroboides

Common Name: Dawn Redwood
Dawn Redwood is the 100-million year old tree! Appearance is similar to Bald Cypress.
Nyssa sylvatica

Nyssa sylvatica

Common Name: Black Gum
Black Gum rivals anything for fall color with spectrum of glowing shades. Fruit is favored by many birds.
Quercus acutissima 'Gobbler'

Quercus acutissima 'Gobbler'

Common Name: Sawtooth Oak

Gobbler Sawtooth Oak is an excellent source of food for wildlife during fall and winter.  Acorns are eaten by Turkeys, Grouse, Bobwhite Quail, Deer and Squirrels.

Quercus acutissima

Quercus acutissima

Common Name: Sawtooth Oak
Sawtooth Oak is dense and pyramidal in youth, but rounded at maturity. New leaves are yellow in spring, green in summer and gold in fall.
Quercus palustris

Quercus palustris

Common Name: Pin Oak
Pin Oak is strongly pyramidal-shaped tree with pendulous lower branches and glossy, dark-green leaves. Its light brown acorns provide food for many animals.
Quercus rubra

Quercus rubra

Common Name: Northern Red Oak
Northern Red Oak is a fast-growing, long-lived, statuesque shade tree. Fall color from russet to bright red.
Rosa X 'Knockout'

Rosa X 'Knockout'

Common Name: Knockout® Rose
Knockout Rose produces tough, disease-resistant, compact plants that rebloom all season long. Bright orange hips persist into fall. Great for small spaces, hedges or mixed borders.
Spartina pectinata

Spartina pectinata

Common Name: Prairie Cordgrass

Not a shrub, but one of our best selling native grasses. Prairie Cordgrass has a multitude of applications. It forms a dense sod with its heavy, multi-branched root system, which can reach a depth of ten feet. Offers desirable food and cover for w