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American Plum Baldcypress Black Cherry
American Plum
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Baldcypress
Our Price: $2.50
Black Cherry
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Prunus americana
(1 yr 10-20”)
A small tree growing from 10 to 30 feet tall, American plum produces fruit an inch in diameter which is a valuable wildlife food source. Maryland native. Pollinator friendly.

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Taxodium distichum
(1 yr 12-24”)
A large deciduous tree with tapered trunk that often reaches 130 feet tall. Commonly found in river swamps, wet stream banks and wet depressions. Maryland native.

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Prunus serotina
(1 yr 10-20”)
A large tree that may reach 100 feet. Black cherry provides valuable timber, wildlife food and habitat. Maryland native. Pollinator friendly.

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Black Locust Gobbler Sawtooth Oak Pin Oak
Black Locust
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Gobbler Sawtooth Oak
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Pin Oak
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Robinia pseudoacacia
(1 yr 10-20”)
A medium sized tree usually 40 to 60 feet tall. Reaches best development in the Appalachian region. Locust is able to reintroduce nitrogen to the soil and is widely used to reclaim under productive sites. Maryland native. Pollinator friendly.

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Quercus acutissima
(1 yr 12-24”)
A sawtooth oak variety selected for a smaller acorn size. Best used for waterfowl impoundment banks and wild turkey food plots.

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Quercus palustris
(1 yr 10-20”)
Maturing at 80 feet tall, pin oak is planted for wildlife food and cover. Its compact crown makes it a good shade tree also. Normally found in moist soils. Maryland native.

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River Birch Sawtooth Oak Sweetgum
River Birch
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Sawtooth Oak
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Sweetgum
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Betula nigra
(1 yr 12-24”)
Attractive, multi-stemmed tree that may grow up to 80 feet, River birch is excellent on wet sites. Maryland native.

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Quercus acutissima
(1 yr 12-24”)
50 feet tall at maturity and prefers well-drained soil. Produces acorns very early in life and has frequent seed crops. Retains the dried leaves on the tree through much of the winter providing cover to wildlife.

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Liquidambar styraciflua
(1 yr 10-20")
Sweetgum may grow in excess of 100 feet tall and is adaptable to a wide variety of sites. Maryland native.

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Sycamore Washington Hawthorn
Sycamore
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Washington Hawthorn
Our Price: $2.50
Platanus occidentalis
(1 yr 12-24”)
Sycamore grows to 120 feet tall and is commonly found on moist lowland soils. Sycamore is used for watershed protection since it can be planted on wet sites. Maryland native. Pollinator friendly.

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Crataegus phaenopyrum
(1 yr 6-18”)

A small shrubby tree growing 25 to 30 feet that can be used for screening and hedges. Washington Hawthorn has thorns and produces orange to red colored berries that persist into winter providing food for birds. Maryland native. Pollinator friendly.

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