Smooth Arrow-Wood

A multi-stemmed shrub that reaches 5 to 15 feet tall. It has leaf blades up to 4 inches long and 3 inches across and produces fruit in late summer.

Red Elder

A treelike shrub growing that grows to 20 feet tall. It produces fragrant, pale cone-shaped flowers at the ends of stem branches, followed by bright red or purple fruit clusters.

American Basswood

Also known as American Linden. A medium to large deciduous tree that typically grows to a height of 50 to 80 feet. In late spring, it produces profusions of fragrant, pale yellow flowers that attract pollinators.

Southern Bald-Cypress

A large, slow-growing, long-lived tree that typically grows 50 to 70 feet tall. Its soft, feathery, yellowish-green foliage turns an attractive orange/cinnamon-brown in fall.


A medium-sized,aromatic tree with three different leaf shapes that have outstanding fall color. Little bunches of yellow-green flower balls are scattered profusely over the female tree and more sparsely on the male. Dark-blue fruits on scarlet stalks appear on female plants in late summer.

Southern Arrow-Wood

A shrub that grows up to 10 feet tall with arching branches. It produces small white flowers in flat-topped clusters that lead to oval blue-black berries.

American Mountain-Ash

A smooth-barked, deciduous shrub or small tree that grows 10 to 30 feet tall. It has a short trunk, slender, spreading branches and a narrow, open round-topped crown.

Common Snowberry

A bushy, rounded, deciduous shrub that grows to 3 to 6 feet tall. It has oblong to rounded, dull green leaves and produces tiny, bell-shaped, pink flowers in clusters that lead to pure white fruit that ripen in late summer to early fall.

Northern Red Oak

A medium-sized oak that typically reaches 50 to 75 feet tall, with a rounded, often irregular crown. It has dark, lustrous green leaves that turn brownish-red in fall and produces small acorns in early fall.