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Trees & Shrubs A - B

Acer negundo (Boxelder Maple)
Small tree adapted to coarse textured alluvial soils. Piedmont and coastal plain.

Acer pennsylvanica (Striped Maple)
Small tree, green/white striped bark. Shaly soils, Mountain zone.

Acer rubrum (Red Maple)
Red to yellow fall color. Adapted to all soils and moisture regimes.  All zones.

Acer saccharinum (Silver Maple)
Often multistemmed. Adapted to wet soils and recent alluvium.  All zones

Alnus rugosa (Speckled Alder)
Large shrub, nitrogen fixer. Wetland and riparian soils. Mountain zone.

Alnus serrulata (Smooth Alder)
Large shrub, nitrogen fixer. Wetland and riparian soils. Piedmont and coastal plain.

Amelanchier canadensis (Juneberry, Serviceberry)
Understory tree, white spring flowers. Well drained soils. All zones.

Amelanchier laevis (Downy Serviceberry)
Shrub or understory tree.  Sandy soil. Coastal plain.

Aronia arbutifolia (Red Chokeberry)
Medium shrub, red berries. Varied soils. Mountain zone.

Aronia melanocarpa (Black Chokeberry)
Medium shrub, black berries. Moist to wet soils. Mountain zone.

Baccharis halmifolia (Groundsel Bush)
Medium shrub, salt tolerant. All soils. Coastal plain.

Betula lenta (Black Birch)
Codominant or secondary forest species. Well drained soil. Mountain zone or cold valleys in piedmont.

Tree & Shrub Lists

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