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Lifespan

Light requirement
 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

Soil moisture
 Dry - no signs of moisture
 Moist - looks & feels damp
 Wet - saturated

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 12-36  36-72  72-100
 More than 100

Leaf Arrangement
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Leaf Retention
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Special Collections

Native Plants for Georgia

This collection, by the University of Georgia Department of Horticulture, presents close to six dozen native trees, shrubs, and woody vines that are available in the nursery trade and are especially suitable for landscape use.

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Quercus virginianaCoastal live oak
Southern live oak
Live oak
Rhapidophyllum hystrixNeedle palm
Blue palmetto
Sassafras albidumSassafras
Sabal minorDwarf palmetto
Palmetto
Bush palmetto
Sabal palmettoCabbage palmetto
Cabbage palm
Styrax americanusAmerican snowbell
American snowbells
American silverbells
Big-leaf snowbell
Storax
Taxodium distichumBald cypress
Baldcypress
Common bald cypress
Southern bald cypress
Deciduous cypress
Tsuga canadensisEastern hemlock
Vaccinium arboreumFarkleberry
Tree sparkleberry
Sparkleberry
Viburnum acerifoliumMapleleaf viburnum
Maple-leaf viburnum
Arrow-wood
Maple-leaf arrow-wood
Wisteria frutescensAmerican wisteria
Texas wisteria
Kentucky wisteria
Xanthorhiza simplicissimaShrub yellowroot
Yellowroot
Yucca filamentosaAdam's needle
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