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Eastern Redbud, Southern Eastern Redbud, Southern Redbud Cercis canadensis    Southern
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Prefers a deep sandy loam and a very sunny position. It is also much planted as a landscape ornamental plant. Found on rich bottom lands throughout the Mississippi River valley; will grow in the shade and often becomes a dense undergrowth in the forest.
  • Location: Southern
  • Genus: Cercis
  • Height: 30 feet
  • Common Name: Eastern Redbud, Southern Eastern Redbud, Southern Redbud
  • Quantity: 13.46 lb
  • Species: canadensis
United States
Missouri
Arkansas Oak Quercus arkansana
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* It is endemic to the United States. * The Latin and common names are derived from its initial discovery in Arkansas. * It is threatened by habitat loss. * Medium sized tree with a narrow crown, growing to 95 feet (28.9 m).
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 7
  • Family: Fagaceae
  • Height: 45-60 feet
  • Botanical Name: Quercus arkansana
United States
Missouri
Dragon Tree, Fortunes Empress Tree, Sapphire Tree, Phoenix Tree Paulownia fortunei
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* It is popular in its native China for reforestation, roadside planting and as an ornamental tree. Its characteristics of rot resistance and a very high ignition point ensures the timber's popularity in the world market.
  • Species: fortunei
  • Quantity: 5.58 lb
  • Common Name: Dragon Tree, Fortunes Empress Tree, Sapphire Tree, Phoenix Tree
  • Family: BIGNONIACEAE
  • Purity: 94%
  • Genus: Paulownia
United States
Missouri
Arkansas Oak Quercus arkansana
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* It is endemic to the United States. * The Latin and common names are derived from its initial discovery in Arkansas. * It is threatened by habitat loss. * Medium sized tree with a narrow crown, growing to 95 feet (28.9 m).
  • Genus: Quercus
  • Family: Fagaceae
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 7
  • Height: 45-60 feet
United States
Missouri
Giant Evergreen-chinquapin Castanopsis chrysophylla
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Ecologically and taxonomically, it remains a poorly understood species. Over much of its range, giant chinkapin shows several growth forms; it grows in a wide variety of habitats but is rarely a dominant component of any stand.
  • Common Name: Giant Evergreen-chinquapin
  • Botanical Name: Castanopsis chrysophylla
  • Height: 80-90 feet
  • Species: chrysophylla
United States
Missouri
Balkan Maple ACER heldreichii
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

* This species grows up to 50 feet, and has yellow flowers. Mediterranean and Asia Minor. * Sun- and drought-tolerant.
  • Purity: 98%
  • Common Name: Balkan Maple
  • Genus: ACER
  • Seeds Per Pound: 2,587
  • Lot#: 9902
  • Height: 50 feet
United States
Missouri
Bottlebrush Buckeye Aesculus parviflora  f. serotina
Prices start at : 17.95 USD / 1 packet

* It is grown as an ornamental plant in gardens, where its August flowering attracts butterflies. * This plant has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. * Plants can be used as a tall ground cover for large areas of land.
  • Crop Year: 2018
  • Germination: 98%
  • Quantity: 10.66 lb
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Seeds Per Pound: 26
  • Variety: f. serotina
United States
Missouri
Arizona Ash, Velvet Ash, Modesto Ash Fraxinus velutina
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

* Fraxinus velutina ( Velvet Ash or Arizona Ash or Modesto Ash ) is a species of Fraxinus native to southwestern North America , in the United States from southern California east to Texas , and in Mexico from northern Baja California east to Coahuila...
  • Height: 35 feet
  • Genus: Fraxinus
  • Purity: 98%
  • Quantity: 0.81 lb
  • Collection Locale: California
  • Seeds Per Pound: 19,978
United States
Missouri
Cherrybark Oak Quercus pagoda     - Quercus falcata  pagodifolia  , Quercus falcata pagodifolia
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The species is rare in the lower Mississippi Delta. * It is widely distributed on the best loamy sites on first bottom ridges, well-drained terraces, and colluvial sites. These sites occur along both large and small streams of the southeastern Coastal...
  • Height: 100-130 feet
  • Species: pagoda
  • Genus: Quercus
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 8
United States
Missouri
Bottlebrush Buckeye Aesculus parviflora
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* This beautiful large flowering shrub deserves much wider use in the landscape. It is somewhat slow to establish, but if given space to fully develop becomes a magnificent specimen.
  • Common Name: Bottlebrush Buckeye
  • Genus: Aesculus
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 5
  • Family: Hippocastanaceae
United States
Missouri
Winged Elm Ulmus alata
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

Insignificant, small, brownish-green flowers appear in clusters in late winter to early spring before the foliage emerges. The wind-pollinated perfect apetalous flowers are borne on long pedicels in March and April before the leaves appear.
  • Purity: 97%
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Seeds Per Pound: 136,200
  • Genus: Ulmus
  • Botanical Name: Ulmus alata
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 7
United States
Missouri
Oklahoma Redbud Cercis canadensis    Oklahoma
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

Prefers a deep sandy loam and a very sunny position. It is also much planted as a landscape ornamental plant. Found on rich bottom lands throughout the Mississippi River valley; will grow in the shade and often becomes a dense undergrowth in the forest.
  • Purity: 99%
  • Botanical Name: Cercis canadensis Oklahoma
  • Location: Oklahoma
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Quantity: 5.12 lb
  • Germination: 98%
United States
Missouri
Cherrybark Oak Quercus pagoda     - Quercus falcata  pagodifolia  , Quercus falcata pagodifolia
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The species is rare in the lower Mississippi Delta. * It is widely distributed on the best loamy sites on first bottom ridges, well-drained terraces, and colluvial sites. These sites occur along both large and small streams of the southeastern Coastal...
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 8
  • Family: Fagaceae
  • Height: 100-130 feet
  • Botanical Name: Quercus pagoda
United States
Missouri
Empress Tree, Princesstree Paulownia tomentosa
Prices start at : 5.95 USD / 1 packet

* Paulownia tomentosa (also known as the Empress Tree, Princess Tree or Foxglove Tree; pao tong ?? In Chinese; kiri ? * This can survive down to Zone 5 (may not flower), but thrives most favorably in Zones 7-10.
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 7
  • Genus: Paulownia
  • Germination Test Type: estimate
  • Purity: 94%
  • Common Name: Empress Tree, Princesstree
  • Botanical Name: Paulownia tomentosa
United States
Missouri
Peepul Tree, Sacred Fig Ficus religiosa
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

* Ficus religiosa is a large dry season-deciduous or semi-evergreen tree up to 30 metres (98 ft) tall and with a trunk diameter of up to 3 metres (9.8 ft). It belongs to the Moraceae, the fig or mulberry family.
  • Common Name: Peepul Tree, Sacred Fig
  • Germination Test Type: estimate
  • Quantity: 5.11 lb
  • Family: Moraceae
  • Seeds Per Pound: 1,218,660
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 10
United States
Missouri
Two-winged Silverbell, Two-wing Silverbell Halesia diptera
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

Carolina; native to southeast and south-central U.S. Carolina, but Dirr says the flowers are more refined; he recommends it highly; usually multitrunked, with an arching habit similar to that of H.
  • Lot#: 9704
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 5
  • Botanical Name: Halesia diptera
  • Germination: 91%
  • Height: 15-30 feet
  • Seeds Per Pound: 1,679
United States
Missouri
Pumpkin Ash Fraxinus profunda
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

Conservation Plant Characteristics Fraxinus profunda (Bush) Bush pumpkin ash FRPR Summary Duration Perennial Growth Habit Tree Native Status L48 (N), CAN (N) Federal T/E Status National Wetland Indicator OBL Morphology/Physiology Active Growth Period...
  • Family: Oleaceae
  • Crop Year: 2008
  • Germination: 91%
  • Lot#: 080102
  • Genus: Fraxinus
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 32
United States
Missouri
Green Ash, Northern Red Ash, Red Ash Fraxinus pennsylvanica
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

* Green Ash is one of the most widely planted ornamental trees throughout the United States and much of Canada but mostly Alberta, including in western areas where it is not native.
  • Germination: 91%
  • Genus: Fraxinus
  • Purity: 99%
  • Seeds Per Pound: 18,160
  • Common Name: Green Ash, Northern Red Ash, Red Ash
  • Collection Locale: Iowa
United States
Missouri
Spanish Cedar, Mexican Cedar, Cigar-box Cedar, West Indian Cedar, Red Cedar, Cedro Hembra, Cedro Cedrela odorata
Prices start at : 2.95 USD / 1 packet

* Cedro is an important avenue and shade tree in the West Indies and South America, and where imported, in Africa. * Individual trees are generally scattered in mixed semi-evergreen or semi-deciduous forests dominated by other species.
  • Quantity: 1.43 lb
  • Germination Test Type: Actual
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 10
  • Botanical Name: Cedrela odorata
  • Collection Locale: Guatemala
  • Height: 60 feet
United States
Missouri
Shamel Ash, Evergreen Ash, Mexican Ash, Tropical Ash Fraxinus uhdei
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

* This Mexican native is drought tolerant and grows very quickly in tropical areas as a timber tree.
  • Purity: 97%
  • Seeds Per Pound: 16,344
  • Quantity: 0.54 lb
  • Common Name: Shamel Ash, Evergreen Ash, Mexican Ash, Tropical Ash
  • Germination: 63%
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 44
United States
Missouri
Cedar Elm Ulmus crassifolia
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

Leaf fall is late in the year, often in early winter. The leaves are small, 2.5 cm - 5 cm long by 1.3 cm - 2 cm broad, with an oblique base, and distinguish it from Ulmus serotina with which it readily hybridizes in the wild.
  • Family: Ulmaceae
  • Height: 80-100 feet
  • Collection Locale: Louisisna
  • Botanical Name: Ulmus crassifolia
  • Quantity: 1.77 lb
  • Germination: 71%
United States
Missouri
Whitewood, Tuliptree, Tulip Poplar, Yellow Poplar, American Tulip Tree, Tulip Magnolia  Liriodendron tulipifera
Prices start at : 7.95 USD / 1 packet

Susceptibility to drought is it's only real drawback and the plant has numerous landscape assets. It prefers deep, rich, and rather moist soil; it is common, though not abundant, nor is it solitary.
  • Purity: 98%
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 15
  • Common Name: Whitewood, Tuliptree, Tulip Poplar, Yellow Poplar, American Tulip Tree, Tulip Magnolia
  • Quantity: 124.68 lb
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 4
  • Family: Magnoliaceae
United States
Missouri
Cedar Elm Ulmus crassifolia
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

Leaf fall is late in the year, often in early winter. The leaves are small, 2.5 cm - 5 cm long by 1.3 cm - 2 cm broad, with an oblique base, and distinguish it from Ulmus serotina with which it readily hybridizes in the wild.
  • Genus: Ulmus
  • Seeds Per Pound: 69,846
  • Common Name: Cedar Elm
  • Quantity: 1.77 lb
  • Species: crassifolia
  • Botanical Name: Ulmus crassifolia
United States
Missouri
Eastern Redbud, Northern Zone 6 Redbud, Northern Zone 6 Eastern Redbud Cercis canadensis    Northern Zone 6
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Prefers a deep sandy loam and a very sunny position. It is also much planted as a landscape ornamental plant. Found on rich bottom lands throughout the Mississippi River valley; will grow in the shade and often becomes a dense undergrowth in the forest.
  • Species: canadensis
  • Common Name: Eastern Redbud, Northern Zone 6 Redbud, Northern Zone 6 Eastern Redbud
  • Botanical Name: Cercis canadensis Northern Zone 6
  • Height: 30 feet
  • Genus: Cercis
United States
Missouri
Honeylocust, Honey Locust Gleditsia triacanthos
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* The seeds have been roasted and used as a coffee substitute. Seedpods - the pulp is sweet and can be eaten raw or made into sugar. The juiceof the pods is antiseptic. The pods have been seen as a good antidote for children's complaints.
  • Common Name: Honeylocust, Honey Locust
  • Species: triacanthos
  • Family: Fabaceae
  • Height: 60-100 feet
United States
Missouri
Jack Tree Sinojackia rehderiana
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

Flowers give way to woody drupes that ripen in July-September. Obovate-elliptic to elliptic leaves (to 3 1/2" long) are glossy dark green. The species is cultivated as an ornamental plant for landscape design use in gardens.
  • Species: rehderiana
  • Quantity: 0.26 lb
  • Germination: 90%
  • Genus: Sinojackia
  • Collection Locale: Georgia
  • Crop Year: 2011
United States
Missouri
Pecan, Wild Pecan Carya illinoinensis  wild collection
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

* Trees are probably much hardier when grown in areas with hot summers. In the wild, trees grow best in areas where summer temperatures average 24 - 30°c and the humidity is high.
  • Variety: wild collection
  • Crop Year: 2017
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 6
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 10
  • Quantity: 82.83 lb
United States
Missouri
Chinese Golden-larch Pseudolarix amabilis     - Pseudolarix kaempferi
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

* In Europe growth is most successful in the Mediterranean region with notable specimens in northern Italy; further north in the United Kingdom it will grow, but only very slowly due to the cooler summers.
  • Crop Year: 2015
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 13
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Family: Pinaceae
  • Quantity: 5.22 lb
  • Height: 30-50 feet
United States
Missouri
Shamel Ash, Evergreen Ash, Mexican Ash, Tropical Ash Fraxinus uhdei
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

* This Mexican native is drought tolerant and grows very quickly in tropical areas as a timber tree.
  • Botanical Name: Fraxinus uhdei
  • Height: 60-80 feet
  • Common Name: Shamel Ash, Evergreen Ash, Mexican Ash, Tropical Ash
  • Quantity: 0.54 lb
  • Seeds Per Pound: 16,344
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 8
United States
Missouri