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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
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Silky Dogwood

Cornus amomum
This species, also called swamp or pale dogwood, is found statewide, except in the lowlands of the Bootheel. Grows in moist g
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Silver Maple

Acer saccharinum
A large bottomland "soft" hardwood. Grown commercially for wood and perhaps over used as a fast-growing shade tree. Because o
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Smooth Sumac

Rhus glabra
Thicket-forming shrub or small tree is found statewide in old fields, prairies, woods borders and road right-of-ways. Was wid
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Lindera benzoin
Found naturally in the south half of the state in low or moist ground along streams, ravine bottoms and low wet woods. The fl
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Swamp Chestnut Oak

Quercus michauxii
Also called cow oak and basket oak. A large well-formed tree, which grows in well-drained soils above the floodplain in south
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Swamp White Oak

Quercus bicolor
A fairly fast growing, medium-sized tree that may reach a diameter of 3 feet. Grows naturally in the northern two-thirds of t
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Liquidambar styraciflua
Native to the lowlands and foothills of southern Missouri. Planted extensively statewide. Does best in deep, moist soils. Yel
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Platanus occidentalis
A large bottomland, stream bank tree. Can be used as a bank stabilizer along with other bottomland species. Shows a great dea