Fast growing deciduous tree with pinnately compound leaves.
Fast growing deciduous tree, widely adaptable with beautiful fall foliage.
(Aesculus octandra) Small to medium sized tree with numerous creamy yellow flowers in spring.
Clonal understory tree with large simple leaves and edible fruits.
Small tree, attractive flaking bark.
A small deciduous tree with white flowers that bloom at the branch tip; attractive fall foliage.
Large deciduous tree with abundant pear shaped nuts in September-October. Attractive golden fall foliage.
Large deciduous tree with characteristic shaggy bark. Abundant sweet nuts in September-October and brilliant golden fall foliage.
Large deciduous tree. Abundant sweet nuts in September-October and brilliant golden fall foliage.
Medium sized deciduous tree with characteristic warty bark.
Medium sized deciduous tree.
Early flowering small tree bearing pink to purple flowers on both the stems and trunk "cauliflory".
Medium-sized evergreen tree, similar to Juniperus virginiana.
Showy native shrub with fragrant early flowers borne on drooping axillary panicles.
Small deciduous tree with showy white bracts in April-May.
Spreading understory shrub bearing long catkins in late winter and sweet edible nuts in August-September.
Understory tree; large fruits; good wildlife value.
Shade tolerant smooth barked late successional deciduous tree.
Fast growing canopy tree, opposite compound leaves.
Small to medium sized deciduous tree with thorns and numerous large bean pods in the fall.
Medium sized broadleaf evergreen tree with numerous bright red drupes. Medium salt tolerance.
Large deciduous tree with long odd pinnate leaves and numerous large nuts (fruits falling in September-October).
A dense slow growing tree with adapressed scale-like leaves and berry-like seed cones.
Large deciduous tree often a pioneer of unused fields and roadsides with distinctive spiked compound fruit.
Very large deciduous tree with uniquely shaped four lobed simple leaves and large showy flowers. Often a pioneer of unused fields and roadsides.
A small semi-deciduous tree with glossy foliage and showy white flowers.
The native Southern crab apple is a shrub or small tree, 20 to 30 feet in height.
Deciduous tree with broad, simple leaves; fruits are dark blue drupes. Low salt tolerance.
Deciduous tree generally inhabiting wetlands with dark blue drupes and brilliant red early fall foliage.
Understory tree, red foliage in fall, black drupes.
Small tree or large shrub, with cream white flowers borne in terminal panicles in June-July. Brilliant red foliage in early autumn.
Aromatic evergreen shrub/small tree, shiny leaves, blue-black fruits.
Deciduous shrub with showy pink flowers; reddish brown pubescent twigs.
Fast growing broad-leafed deciduous tree.
Large fast growing deciduous tree of floodplains and river banks.
A large deciduous tree often a pioneer of unused fields and fence lines with numerous white flowers in spring followed by dark fruits.
A long lived deciduous oak with seven to nine lobed leaves.
A medium sized oak with ovoid shallowly lobed leaves.
Large canopy oak; leaves with deeply cut sinuses.
A medium to large deciduous oak with a characteristic long and narrow central lobe relative to other red oaks.
A medium sized deciduous oak with acorns nearly completely enclosed in the cup.
Large canopy oak with chestnut-like leaves.
A medium sized tardily deciduous oak.
Cherrybark oak is a native deciduous tree and one of the most highly valued red oaks in SE USA. It is common in the Carolinas.
A deciduous oak with a characteristic spreading crown in mature trees.
Large, fast growing oak with willow-like leaves.
Large deciduous oak with seven to nine lobed dentate leaves. Medium salt tolerance.
A large deciduous red oak with seven to nine lobed dentate leaves.
Fast growing multi stemmed tree; good for stream bank stabilization.
Deciduous shrub or small tree, leaves have silky undersides.
Small to medium sized deciduous tree with three distinct leaf patterns. All parts of the tree are fragrant and it bears blue-black drupes in the late summer.
A deciduous conifer with characteristic upright turning leaves. Brilliant orange color in late autumn.
Needle-leaved deciduous conifer, tolerates standing water or dry soil.
Fast growing deciduous tree with massive displays of fragrant yellow white flowers in midsummer.
This is a medium to large deciduous tree, typically growing to 50-70’. When a tree is in full bloom, bees often visit in such abundant numbers that humming can be heard many feet from the tree.
Early successional small tree with distinct ridges or "wings" of bark forming along the smaller branches.
Large deciduous tree with high spreading umbrella like canopy.