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Pitch Loblolly Pine

Pinus rigida x Pinus taeda
This hybrid pine combines the cold hardiness and drought tolerance of pitch pine with the larger mature size, moist soil tole
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Red Buckeye

Aesculus pavia
A shrub with red flowers and umbrella-like foliage with a rather dense crown and short branches. Occurs in low, rich woods i
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Red Mulberry

Morus rubra
Medium-size tree found statewide. Prefers good soil, but can be found on poor sites. Many species of birds and animals eat th
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Redbud

Cercis canadensis
A small to medium understory tree with attractive early spring pink flowers. This legume is an attractive addition to wildlif
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River Birch

Betula nigra
A small-to-medium sized streambank tree useful for bank stabilization. Peeling, flaking bark gives the tree an attractive app
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Rose Mallow

Hibiscus lasiocarpos
This tall perennial is found in the south half of the state along sloughs, ponds and streams. Excellent for wetland plantings
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Roughleaf Dogwood

Cornus drummondii
This thicket-forming shrub found statewide on a wide variety of soils survives poor sites better than the other dogwoods. The
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Sandbar Willow

Salix interior
Shrublike, thicket forming willow found statewide. Occurs on sand bars and muddy stream banks. Good soil binder and bank stab
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Serviceberry

Amelanchier arborea
The showy white flowers of this large shrub/small tree are the first to appear in the Missouri woodlands each spring. The re
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Shellbark Hickory

Carya laciniosa
A large "scalybark" hickory that grows best on rich bottomland soils. It produces the largest nut of any hickory. Not found n
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Shortleaf Pine

Pinus echinata
Only pine native to Missouri. Grows 2 - 3 feet in diameter. Does very well on dry, upland sites in the Ozarks. Probably shoul
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Shumard Oak

Quercus shumardii
A large, commercially valuable red oak found naturally in all but the northern third of Missouri. Frequently grows in associa