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Concordia Oak

quercus X introgressa
A naturally occurring three-way hybrid of the Chinquapin Oak, Dwarf Chinquapin Oak and Swamp White Oak. They grow very quickl
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Cottonwood Cuttings

Populus deltoides
One of the largest and fastest growing trees in the eastern United States. Makes its best growth on deep, well drained bottom
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E Red Cedar

Juniperus virginiana
The common juniper is found statewide on a wide variety of soils. Aromatic wood is valuable for closet lining and novelties.
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Elderberry

Sambucus canadensis
Found throughout the state in open woods, fence rows, roadsides and along streams, ravine bottoms and low wet woods. The flow
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False Indigo

Amorpha fruticosa
Found statewide in moist ground along streams, rocky banks and low wet woods. The flowers are 2 to 6 inches long with dense c
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Flowering Dogwood

Cornus florida
The Missouri State Tree. A small-to-medium understory tree and does best when planted under some shade. Grown from seed colle
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Gray Dogwood

Cornus racemosa
Similar in appearance to roughleaf dogwood, this tree is smaller and has smooth leaves. Found widely scattered statewide on b
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Hackberry

Celtis occidentalis
Common bottomland species found statewide. Does very well in prairie regions. Birds eat the fruit. Height at maturity is 90
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Hazelnut

Corylus americana
Also called American filbert, this thicket-forming shrub is found throughout the state on a wide range of soils and sites. Th
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Kentucky Coffeetree

Gymnocladus dioicus
Medium to large tree preferring good soil. Found statewide, but most common in western Missouri. The large persistent seedpod
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Loblolly Pine

Pinus taeda
Native throughout the southern United States. Introduced and grows well in southern Missouri. This is a fast-growing pine tha