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Larix laricinaTamarack
American Larch
Hacmatack
Black Larch
Malus coronariaSweet Crabapple
American Crab
Malus ioensisPrairie Crabapple
Iowa Crabapple
Western Crabapple
Prairie Crab
Iowa Crab
Western Crab
Malus ioensis var. ioensisIowa Crabapple
Prairie Crab Apple
Prairie Crabapple
Western Crabapple
Maclura pomiferaOsage Orange
Bois d' Arc
Bodark
Horse Apple
Hedge Apple
Bowwood
Yellowwood
Naranjo Chino
Morus rubraRed Mulberry
Moral
Morus rubra var. rubraRed Mulberry
Moral
Nyssa sylvaticaBlackgum
Black Tupelo
Tupelo
Sourgum
Pepperidge
Tupelo Gum
Ostrya virginianaEastern Hop-hornbeam
American Hop-hornbeam
Woolly Hop-hornbean
Eastern Ironwood
Roughbark Ironwood
Ironwood
Deerwood
Leverwood
Pinus banksianaJack Pine
Gray Pine
Scrub Pine
Picea glaucaWhite Spruce
Picea marianaBlack Spruce
Spruce Fir
Pinus resinosaRed Pine
Norway Pine
Canadian Pine
Pinus strobusEastern White Pine
Weymouth Pine
Platanus occidentalisAmerican Sycamore
Eastern Sycamore
American Plane Tree
Plane Tree
Buttonwood
Buttonball Tree
Populus balsamiferaBalsam Poplar
Balsam
Tacmahac
Hackmatack
Tacamahaca
Bam Tree
Populus balsamifera ssp. balsamiferaBalsam Poplar
Populus deltoidesEastern Cottonwood
Carolina Poplar
Necklace Poplar
Alamo
Populus deltoides ssp. moniliferaPlains Cottonwood
Great Plains Cottonwood
Texas Cottonwood
Northern Cottonwood
Populus grandidentataBigtooth Aspen
Big-tooth Aspen
Long-toothed Aspen
Populus ×jackiiBalm-of-Gilead
Populus tremuloidesQuaking Aspen
Golden Aspen
Trembling Aspen
Mountain Aspen
Aspen
Trembling Poplar
Alamo Blanco
Prunus americanaAmerican Plum
Wild Plum
Prunus mexicanaMexican Plum
Bigtree Plum
Inch Plum
Prunus nigraCanadian Plum
Canada Plum
Red Plum
Prunus pensylvanicaPin Cherry
Fire Cherry
Wild Red Cherry
Bird Cherry
Pigeon Cherry
Prunus pensylvanica var. pensylvanicaPin Cherry
Prunus serotinaBlack Cherry
Wild Black Cherry
Rum Cherry
Prunus serotina var. serotinaEastern Black Cherry
Black Cherry
Prunus virginianaChokecherry
Common Chokecherry
Choke Cherry
Prunus virginiana var. virginianaChokecherry
Ptelea trifoliataWafer Ash
Common Hoptree
Hop Tree
Ptelea trifoliata ssp. trifoliataBaldwin Hop-tree
Common Hoptree
Ptelea trifoliata ssp. trifoliata var. trifoliataCommon Hoptree
Quercus albaWhite Oak
Northern White Oak
Eastern White Oak
Stave Oak
Ridge White Oak
Forked-leaf White Oak
Quercus ×bebbianaBebb's Oak
Hybrid Oak
Quercus bicolorSwamp White Oak
Quercus coccineaScarlet Oak
Red Oak
Quercus coccinea var. coccineaScarlet Oak
Quercus ×deamiiDeam's Oak
Hybrid Oak
Quercus ellipsoidalisNorthern Pin Oak
Black Oak
Hill's Oak
Quercus ×hawkinsiaeHawkins' Oak
Hybrid Oak
Quercus macrocarpaBur Oak
Burr Oak
Savanna Oak
Overcup Oak
Prairie Oak
Mossy-cup Oak
Mossy-overcup Oak
Blue Oak
Quercus macrocarpa var. macrocarpaBur Oak
Burr Oak
Mossy-cup Oak
Quercus muehlenbergiiChinkapin Oak
Chinquapin Oak
Chestnut Oak
Yellow Chestnut Oak
Rock Chestnut Oak
Yellow Oak
Rock Oak
Quercus ×palaeolithicolaHybrid Oak
Quercus palustrisPin Oak
Swamp Spanish Oak
Quercus prinoidesDwarf Chinkapin Oak
Scrub Chestnut Oak
Quercus rubraNorthern Red Oak
Quercus rubra var. ambiguaNorthern Red Oak
Quercus rubra var. rubraNorthern Red Oak
Quercus ×schuetteiHybrid Oak
Quercus velutinaBlack Oak
Quercitron Oak
Yellow Oak
Smoothbark Oak
Yellowbark Oak
Rhus ×borealisHybrid Sumac
Northern Sumac
Rhus copallinum var. latifoliaFlameleaf Sumac
Shining Sumac
Winged Sumac
Rhamnus lanceolataLanceleaf Buckthorn
Lance-leaf Buckthorn
Rhamnus lanceolata ssp. lanceolataLance-leaf Buckthorn
Lanceleaf Buckthorn
Rhus typhinaStaghorn Sumac
Velvet Sumac
Robinia hispida var. hispidaBristly Locust
Robinia pseudoacaciaBlack Locust
Honey Locust
Robinia viscosa var. viscosaClammy Locust
Sassafras albidumSassafras
White Sassafras
Ague Tree
Cinnamon Wood
Mitten Tree
Saloop
Smelling Stick
Salix amygdaloidesPeachleaf Willow
Peach-leaf Willow
Almond-leaf Willow
Almond Willow
Peach Willow
Southwestern Peach Willow
Wright Willow
Wright Peachleaf Willow
Salix ×glatfelteriGlatfelter's Willow
Hybrid Willow
Salix lucida ssp. lucidaShining Willow
Salix myricoidesBayberry Willow
Salix myricoides var. albovestitaBayberry Willow
Blue-leaf Willow
Salix myricoides var. myricoidesBayberry Willow
Salix nigraBlack Willow
Gulf Black Willow
Swamp Willow
Sauz
Sambucus nigra Black Elderberry
Salix pellitaSatiny Willow
Salix petiolarisMeadow Willow
Salix planifoliaDiamondleaf Willow
Salix planifolia ssp. planifoliaDiamondleaf Willow
Plainleaf Willow
Tea-leaf Willow
Tea-leaved Willow
Salix pyrifoliaBalsam Willow
Sambucus racemosaRed Elderberry
Salix sericeaSilky Willow
Salix serissimaAutumn Willow
Sorbus americanaAmerican Mountain Ash
American Mountain-ash
Sorbus decoraNorthern Mountain Ash
Northern Mountain-ash
Showy Mountain-ash
Thuja occidentalisArborvitae
Eastern Arborvitae
Northern White Cedar
Tilia americanaAmerican Basswood
American Linden
Lime Tree
Bee Tree
Tilia americana var. americanaAmerican Basswood
Linn
American Linden
White Basswood
Toxicodendron vernixPoison Sumac
Tsuga canadensisEastern Hemlock
Ulmus americanaAmerican Elm
White Elm
Soft Elm
Water Elm
Common Elm
Ulmus rubraSlippery Elm
Red Elm
Gray Elm
Soft Elm
Ulmus thomasiiRock Elm
Cork Elm
Viburnum opulusEuropean Cranberrybush
Viburnum recognitumSouthern Arrowwood
Northern Arrowwood
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