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    Black Gum

    Black Gum (Nyssa sylvatica) - The attributes are many for this easy to grow, medium-sized shade tree. It reaches heights of 50 to 80 feet tall and can handle full sun to part shade, wet clay soils, and occasional droughts. Spring blooms are a great nectar source for bees.

    The dark blue edible fruit forms in autumn and is a great late-season food source for mammals and birds. Glossy green leaves turning a stunning scarlet in fall. This tree is an all-around winner.

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    Black Oak

    Black Oak (Quercus velutina): Reaching heights of 75 to 100 feet tall, this versatile oak species prefers moist, rich, well drained soils but will tolerate poor sandy or clay soils. Fall foliage is red to orange, and acorns provide food for wildlife. Make sure you plant this low maintenance tree in full sun and somewhere to with room to grow!

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    Chestnut Oak

    Chestnut Oak (Quercus montana): This long-lived oak is characteristic of dry-to-moist upland Oak-Heath Forest communities and steep, north-facing slopes. It is known for its deeply furrowed bark and broad, shallowly lobed leaves, which turn golden yellow in fall. It typically grows to 80-100 feet in height. Its large acorns are an important food source for many birds and mammals.

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    Flowering Dogwood

    Flowering Dogwood (Cornus florida) - Flowering dogwood is Virginia’s state tree and flower! Growing from 20 to 40 feet tall, this deciduous understory tree can be planted among other trees or as a specimen tree to showcase its graceful form.

    Showy, long-lasting white blossoms adorn the tree in spring before maturing into brilliant red fruit nestled in among maroon fall foliage. Wildlife value the fruit for its high fat and calcium content. Grows in dry to moist soil; does best in part shade but can tolerate sun.


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    Pitch Pine

    Pitch Pine (Pinus rigida): This long-lived evergreen is the characteristic tree of the New Jersey Pine Barrens and is infrequent to rare in the inner Coastal Plain and Piedmont of northeastern Virginia. Native conifers are critical habitat for a number of bird species that are in serious decline as coniferous habitat throughout our region keeps diminishing.

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    Tulip Poplar

    Tulip Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera): One of eastern North America’s largest and long-lived trees, Tulip Tree’s straight trunk rises up to 120 feet tall. The large, distinctive leaves are dark green and lustrous and resemble a tulip flower in outline. Large, orange and green tulip-like flowers bloom in May, and are important in the honey industry. Several bird species and mammals eat its seeds and the leaves are an important food for the caterpillar of the Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly.

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    White Oak

    White Oak (Quercus alba) - The wide crown and horizontal branches of this large, stately shade tree provide food and shelter for innumerable species of birds and butterflies.

    White oaks grow 75 to 100 feet tall, preferring somewhat acidic, moist to dry soils in sunny or partly shaded locations. Acorns are set in autumn and foliage turns burgundy.


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