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ShapeFull ShadePart ShadeSunFlower ColorDurationLeaf RetenionGrowth RateSoil MoistureWater UseFlower PeriodMono-dioeciousLifespanBarkRoot StructureFruit ColorCrown DensityDrought ToleranceSoil TypepHFruit/Spore PeriodSeed ViabilitySeed StorageSeed Pre-TreatmentStratification TempGerm Time (weeks)Germ TempTime to Take Cuttings/DivisionSoftwood Cuttingssemi-hardwood CuttingsHardwood CuttingsRoot CuttingsCuttings SizeCollection NotesPropogation NotesHabitatNectar PerformanceAssociated PollinatorsInsect Larval HostExceptional Wildlife PlantBird AssociationsEndem.Beginner PlantsFragrant BlossomsWinter FruitEvergreenShowy FlowersEdibleMedicinalDye PlantNatural FiberOther UsesAttractive BarkShowy LeavesFall ColorFast GrowingGround CoverMeadow MixRain Garden MixPond Garden MixCollectionPrairie Terrace Loess ForestWet Hardwood FlatwoodSpruce-Pine Hardwood FlatwoodSouthern Mesophytic ForestBottomland Hardwood ForestBald Cypress SwampSmall Stream ForestUpland Longleaf Pine ForestMixed-Hardwood-Loblolly Pine ForestSaline PrairieLive Oak ForestHardwood Slope ForestShortleaf Pine/Oak-Hickory Forest
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112ShrubAmorpha fruiticosaFalse IndigoXXPurplePerennialclay.
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115ShrubCallicarpa americanaAmerican Beautyberry3-6'XPinkPerennialDeciduousMoistLowMay-JulyPurpleRich sandy, loam, clayAug-NovNoneCutting: Julyx.
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116ShrubCephalanthus occidentalisButton BushXWhitePerennialDeciduousCutting: Summer and WinterxxYellow-Green
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156ShrubDitrysinia fruticosaGulf Sebastian-bushPerennialDeciduousJuly
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119ShrubErythrina herbaceaCoralbeanXXRedPerennialDeciduousMar-Novscarify then sow*
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120ShrubEuonymus americanusAmerican strawberry-bushXWhitePerennialDeciduousMoistHigh
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123ShrubHamamelis virginianaWitchhazelXYellowPerennialDeciduousSep-DecCuttings: Mar-AprxTake softwood cuttings in mid-spring using very free-draining cuttings compost, such as 40% percent multipurpose compost, 30 % perlite and 30% per cent composted bark. Cover with a clear polythene tent or provide mist-bench conditions to increase humidity around the cuttings. Provide bottom heat of 68ºF. Rooting takes eight to ten weeks if successful. Keep them in the cuttings compost over their first winter and don’t pot up in potting compost until the following spring.
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125ShrubHibiscus moscheutosSwamp Rose-MallowXPinkPerennialDeciduous*
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126ShrubHydrangea quercifoliaOakleaf Hydrangea6-12'XXWhitePerennialDeciduousMoistMediumMay-JulMoist rich well drainedOctoberNone2 WeeksCuttings: mid-July to early Augustxhttp://www.amerinursery.com/article-6865.aspxHardwood Slope Forests
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127ShrubHypericum hypericoidesSt. Andrew's CrossYellowPerennialDeciduous*
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157ShrubIlex verticillataWinterberryPerennialDeciduousxxx
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130ShrubIlex vomitoriaYauponWhitePerennialEvergreenCutting: NovxHolly can be produced from cuttings taken in August or September and December. Cuttings should be taken from the current season's ripened wood, with a small section of 2-year-old wood including several leaves. Cuttings should be set slanting in about 15 cm (6 in) of peatmoss and soil moisture, with the leaves lying flat on the surface. Treating with indolebutyric acid (IBA) and growing under high humidity with bottom heat is also recommended (6,24)X
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131ShrubIllicium floridanumFlorida AniseRedPerennialEvergreenApr-Mayx*
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132ShrubItea virginicaVirginia SweetspireWhitePerennialDeciduousApr-MayCutting: AnyxxXXX
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134ShrubLindera benzoinSpicebushYellowPerennialDeciduousAprDioecious
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135ShrubMalus angustifoliaSouthern CrabapplePinkPerennialDeciduousX
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136ShrubMorella ceriferaWax Myrtle6-12'round, vase, irregularXXInconspicuousPerennialEvergreenFastMoist, WetHighMar-AprBluishmoderateMediumSlightly acidic, moist, deep sands, loams, clays<6.8 - 7.2Sep-Octleave wax, sealed refrigerateedremove wax with 1tsp ley to 1 gal water; stratify in moist peat 60-90 days;34-41summerxxxBanded Hairstrek, Red-banded HairstreakXAs wax for candlesXRain Garden
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137ShrubMorus rubraRed MulberryPerennialDeciduousCuttings: any xX
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140ShrubPrunus carolinianaCherry Laurel12-36'XXWhitePerennialEvergreenFastMoistMediumFeb-AprBlackmoist, deep, loamy, welldrained; clay loam, medium loam, sandy loam, sandyNov-FebHighSow immediatelyClean pulpSummerCecropia Moth*
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141ShrubPtelea trifoliataCommon HoptreeWhitePerennialDeciduous
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142ShrubRhododendron canescensPiedmont Azalea8'XPinkPerennialDeciduousSlowDryMediumMar-MayJuneCombine seeds loosely with sphagnum moss and sprinkle lightly over a 2:1 perlite/peat mixture. Germinate under mist or a plastic tent. Optimum temperatures for germination are 45-50 degrees. Transplant seedlings to acid soil with a high content of orgaSwallowtail Butterflies*
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144ShrubRhus copallinaWinged Sumac8-105-25WhitePerennialDeciduousJun-JulXyellow, green, brown, black
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145ShrubSabal minorDwarf Palmetto3-6'XXWhitePerennialEvergreenDry, MoistMediumMayBlackMoist soil, Sandy-Loamy-ClaySeptember-DecembermoistCold 30 days38plant immediatelyRuby-throated Hummingbird
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146ShrubSambucus nigraCommon ElderberryXXWhitePerennialDeciduousMay-JunXXBrown, Yellow
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147ShrubStewartia malacodendronSilky CamelliaWhitePerennialDeciduousApr-JunZebra Swallowtail
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149ShrubStyrax grandifoliusBigleaf SnowbellWhitePerennialDeciduous
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150ShrubSymplocos tinctoriaHorse SugarXYellowPerennialDeciduousModerateFeb-MayCuttinsg: Jul-Augx - with heal7-10 cm long
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151ShrubVaccinium arboreumFarkleberryXWhitePerennialDeciduousModerateMar-Juncold moist 30 daysGiant SwallowtailX
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152ShrubVaccinium elliotiiElliot's BlueberryXWhite/PinkPerennialDeciduousModerateMarlinkCuttings: Junex - early summerx
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153ShrubViburnum dentatumArrowood Viburnum6-12'2.5 metersSpreading clumpXXXWhitePerennialDeciduousFastMoistMay-JuldioecioussmoothBlack, PurpleAcidic, sandy<6.8Fallwarm 60 days Cuttings: JunexStream banks, moist woodsXSpring Azure Gamebirds, songbirds and small mammals. Attracts Eastern Bluebird, Northern Flicker, Gray Catbird, and American Robin.XXXXXX
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155ShrubYucca filamentosaAdam's NeedleWhitePerennialEvergreenApr-Aug
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