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Acer rubrum Red Maple
Ht. 60' W 40-50'. Tolerates most soils. Requires wet to mesic soil moisture. Full sun to part shade. Gray to red twigs in winter with red flowers in early spring before leaves. Red fruit. Brilliant orange- red fall color. Ascending branch pattern. Grows in swamps or moist woods. Found in northeast and southeast Minnesota. Very high wildlife value. Zone 3-6.

Acer saccharinum Silver Maple
Ht. 60-80'. W 40-50'. Tolerates most soils. Prefers wet to moist soils. Full sun to partial shade. Very wide, open canopy. Flood tolerant. Fast growing. Found in flood plains and lakeshores. Zone 3-7.

Acer saccharum Sugar Maple
Ht. 60' W 40-50'. Grows on deep, well-drained loam soils. Full sun or shade. Upright oval to rounded form. Dark green foliage turning brilliant yellow-orange-red in fall. Protect from wind. Sap used for syrup. Very high wildlife value. One of Minnesota's finest over story trees. Zone 3-5.

Acer spicatum Mountain Maple
Ht. 20-30' W 15-25'. Loam soils. Requires moist soil. Flood intolerant. Full sun or shade. Understory shrub or small tree. Irregular, upright form. Grows in cool rich woods and often found on rocky slopes. Orange to bright red fall color. Very high wildlife value. Zone 2-4.

Acer x freemanii Autumn Blaze Maple
Ht. 50' W 40'.  Adaptable to most soils. Tolerates clay and drought. Full sun to partial shade. Long -lasting, brilliant red to red-orange fall color. Fast growth rate. A natural hybrid between Silver and Red Maple. Zone 3-7.


Alnus rugosa Speckled Alder
Ht. 15-20' W 15-20'. Prefers deep loams to loamy sands. Requires wet to mesic soil moisture. Full sun or light shade. Flood tolerant. Purple-black fruit on bright orange stems persisting into winter. Found along stream banks, low wet woods, and open floodplain. Zone 2-5.

Amelanchier arborea Downy Serviceberry
Ht. 15-25' W 10-15'. Prefers well-drained (mesic to dry) soils. Full sun to part shade. Multi-stemmed tree occurring in rich woods, thickets, and hillsides of northeast and southeast Minnesota. White flowers in May. Edible blue-black fruit in June. Yellow fall color. High wildlife value. Zone 3.

Amelanchier laevis Allegheny Serviceberry
Ht. 15-25' W 10-15'. Loamy sand to loam. Prefers mesic soil moisture. Full sun to part shade. Large shrub or small multi-stemmed tree. Found on moist hillsides and cool rich deciduous woods. White flowers followed with reddish-purple fruit. High wildlife value. Zone 3-4.

Betula alleghaniensis Yellow Birch
Ht. 60-70' W 30'. Loam soils. Best on moist, sandy loam soils. Full sun to part shade. Found in cool moist woods in northern Minnesota. Important timber tree. Yellowish-bronze, exfoliating bark.. Beautiful yellow fall color. Resistant to birch borer. Very high wildlife value. Zone 2-4.


Betula pumila var. glandulifera Bog Birch
Ht. 6-9' W 6-9'. Wet-mesic soils.  Fine textured, shrubby species with small thick leaves. Cone-like catkins. Grows in bogs and edge of conifer swamps. Good red fall color. Tendency to colonize. Zone 2-4.

Betula nigra  River Birch (single stem & clump)
Ht. 50-60' W 35-40'. Tolerates most soils. Prefers wet to mesic soil moisture. Full sun to light shade. Yellow fall color. Cinnamon colored exfoliating bark. Resistant to bronze birch borer. Survives dry summer/fall seasons. Very high wildlife value. Zone 4-8. Note: Container #15 size is clump form.

Betula papyrifera Paper Birch (single stem & clump)
Ht. 50-60' W 35-40'. Gravel to sandy loams. Full sun to part shade. Flood intolerant. Grows on north and east facing slopes in southeastern Minnesota. Most prevalent in north. Beautiful white exfoliating bark and yellow fall color. Zone 2-4. Note: Single stem or clump form available.

Carpinus caroliniana Blue Beech (Musclewood)
Ht. 20-30' W 20-30'. Moist fine loams. Full sun to shade. Flood intolerant. Understory tree. Yellow-red fall color. Smooth gray bark with 'muscle' texture. Zone 2-8.

Carya cordiformis Bitternut Hickory
Ht. 50-75' W 50-75'. Loams to sandy clays. Wet to dry soil moisture. Ascending picturesque branching habit. Grows in moist woods, stream banks, and rolling uplands. Long yellow "sulphur tip" terminal buds. Yellow fall color. Nuts eaten by wildlife. Zone 2-7.

Carya ovata Shagbark Hickory
Ht. 50-75' W 25-35'. Moist loam to clay. Full sun to part shade. Flood intolerant. Edible nuts. Attractive fall color. Native to southeastern MN. Zone 4-7.

Celtis occidentalis Hackberry
Ht. 50-75' W 50-75'. Sandy loam to silty clays. Full sun to part shade. Tolerates dry polluted conditions. Persistent small, purplish berries. Yellow fall color. Very high wildlife value. Zone 3-5.

Cornus alternifolia Pagoda Dogwood (Tree Form)
Ht. 15-20' W 20-25'. Prefers loam soils. Full sun to shade. Grows as understory plant in moist woods. White flower clusters followed with black berries in autumn. Plum fall color. Interesting horizontal branching. Zone 3-5.

Crataegus crus-galli Cockspur Hawthorn
Ht. 20-25' W 20 25'. Tolerates most soils and drought. Prefers moist soils. Full sun. Good rust resistance with deep green glossy foliage. Wide spreading, low branched tree. Profuse white flowers followed with brick red fruit. Native to Illinois. Zone 4-6.

Crataegus macracantha Fleshy Hawthorn
Ht. 15-20' W 15-20'. Full sun. Minnesota native, common to thickets, pastures, and edge of woods. Good rust resistance. Abundant white flowers followed with bright red fruit. Zone 3.

Crataegus mollis Downy Hawthorn
Ht. 35-40' W 35-50'. Loams to silty clays. Prefers moist soils, will tolerate drought. Full sun. Large, wide growing tree with showy white flowers, red fruit in late August. Grows in bottomlands, hillsides, and edge of woods throughout Minnesota. Often without leaves in August. Zone 3-5.

Euonymus atropurpurea Eastern Wahoo/Spindle Tree
Ht. 10-15' W 10-12'. Prefers mesic loam soils. Full sun to part shade. Grows in deciduous forests throughout Minnesota. Pale pink persistent fruit. Carmine red fall color. Showy red fruit capsules Large shrub or small tree. Zone 4-5.

Fraxinus nigra Black Ash
Ht. 50-75' W 35-50'. Tolerates most soils. Prefers wet to moist soils. Flood tolerant. Full sun. Found in hardwood swamps, streams, and lake margins. Burgundy-purple fall color. Zone 2-5.

Gymnocladus dioicus Kentucky Coffeetree
Ht. 60-75' W 40-50'. Tolerates most soils. Prefers wet to average soil moisture. Full sun. Grows in rich soil on river bottoms. Locally, in Mississippi River Valley and Minnesota River Valley southward. 4-8" black seed pods on female trees. Zone 4-6.

Juglans cinerea Butternut
Ht. 40-60' W 30-50'. Loam sand to silt loam. Moist to mesic soil moisture. Full sun. Grows in river bottoms and rich woods. Gray bark color. Golden yellow fall color. Edible nuts. Zone 3-7.

Juglans nigra Black Walnut
Ht. 50-75' W 50-75'. Moist deep loam soils; tolerates drought. Full sun. Golden yellow fall color. Prized timber wood. Edible nuts. Zone 4-7.

Malus ioensis Prairie Crab
Ht. 20-35' W 20-35'. Tolerates most soils. Prefers moist soil; tolerates dry soil. Full sun. Grows in open woods, rocky hillsides, pastures and margin of woods. Fragrant clear pink flowers. Yellow-green fruit. Good wildlife value. Zone 4-5.

Morus rubra Red Mulberry
Ht. 35-50' W 35-50'. Loamy sand to loams. Full sun to part shade. Grows in alluvial floodplains, upland pastures and creek banks. High wildlife value. Edible red-purple fruit. Golden yellow fall color. Zone 4-7.

Ostrya virginiana Ironwood
Ht. 35-50' W 20-35'. Tolerates most soils. Moist to dry soil moisture. Flood tolerant. Full sun or shade. Pale golden yellow fall color; persistent leaves during winter. Grows on upland slopes, ravines, and coves of deciduous woods. Blooms slender catkins. Zone 4-7.

Populus balsamifera Balsam Poplar
Ht. 60-70' W 20-35'. Colony forming; fast growing. Glossy green leaves; buds covered with fragrant sticky sap. Found along streams, swamps, and upland slopes. Common in coniferous forests and around Midwest. Zone 2-7.

Populus deltoides Cottonwood
Ht. 75-100' W 75-100'. Tolerates moist soils. Tolerates wet to dry conditions. Full sun. Our majestic tree of river bottoms and lakeshore forests. Pale yellow fall color. High wildlife value. This is the real deal, with seeds and all to spread its progeny where the four winds take them. Zone 3-7.

Populus deltoides 'Siouxland' Siouxland Cottonwood
Ht. 75-100' W 75-100'. Tolerates moist soils. Tolerates wet to dry conditions. Full sun. Our majestic tree of river bottoms and lakeshore forests. Pale yellow fall color. High wildlife value. Seedless cultivar. Zone 3-7.


Populus grandidentata Bigtooth Aspen
Ht. 50-60' W 20-40'. Sand to loams. Wet to moist. Full Sun. Flood intolerant. Leaves are larger with golden yellow fall color. Colonizer. Common in mixed woods and rich mesic upland soils. High wildlife value. Zone 3-5.

Populus tremuloides Quaking Aspen
Ht. 40-50' W 20-35'. Tolerates most soils. Prefers wet to moist soils. Full sun. Flood intolerant. Upright columnar form. Leaves tremble in slight breeze. Bright yellow fall color. Forms extensive colonies. High wildlife value. Zone 2-5.

Prunus americana American Plum
Ht. 20-35' W 20-35'. Loam soils. Prefers average moisture. Full sun. Tolerates drought. Globular form with horizontal branching habit. Found at forest edges, open oak woods, and rocky hillsides. Profuse white flowers with strong sweet-spice fragrance. Edible fruits. Zone 3-7.

Prunus pennsylvanica Pin Cherry
Ht. 20-35' W 10-20'. Prefers moist to droughty loam soils. Full sun. Ovoid to columnar form. Bright red to orange fall color. Golden-tan bark. Fragrant white flowers. Found along forest edge, open woods, and pastures. Very high wildlife value. Edible bright red fruit. Zone 2.

Prunus serotina Wild Black Cherry
Ht. 50-60' W 23-30'. Moist to dry loam soils. Full sun to part shade. Flood intolerant. Columnar to ovoid form. Edge of woods, savanna, and alluvial bottomlands. Fragrant white flowers. Edible black fruits. Yellow to orange fall color. Very high wildlife value. Zone 3-7.

Prunus virginiana Common Chokecherry
Ht. 20-35' W 12-l5'. Moist to dry loam soils. Full sun to part shade. Upright ovoid form. White flower spikes in spring. Edible purple-black fruits. Golden yellow-orange fall color. Open woods, edge of forest, and open field. Very high wildlife value. Zone 2-5.

Quercus alba White Oak
Ht. 60-80' W 60-80'. Tolerates most soils. Upland mesic to dry moisture. Doesn't like alkaline soils. Burgundy red fall color. Persistent leaves in winter. Very high wildlife value. Extremely sensitive to soil compaction. Salt resistant. Taproot. Zone 4-7.

Quercus bicolor Swamp White Oak
Ht. 50-60' W 40-50'. Tolerates most soils. Requires wet to moist acidic soil. Flood tolerant. Exfoliating two-tone bark. Yellow orange fall color. Persistent leaves in winter. Fibrous root system. Resistant to salt and soil compaction. Very high wildlife value. Zone 4-5.

Quercus ellipsoidalis Northern Pin Oak
Ht. 50-75' W 35-55'. Tolerates most soils. Prefers well-drained loam soils. Very shade and flood intolerant. Ovoid canopy. Scarlet red fall color. Persistent leaves in winter. Very high wildlife value. Found on upland and savannas. Taproot. Zone 3-4.

Quercus macrocarpa Bur Oak
Ht. 60-80' W 60-80'. Sandy loam to clay pan. Globular canopy form. Found in prairie, savanna, and in upland forest in the Twin Cities. Golden yellow fall color. Very high wildlife value. Taproot. Zone 3-8.

Quercus rubra Red Oak
Ht. 60-80' W 40-50'. Prefers well-drained sandy loam soils. Ovoid to globular form. Russet-red fall color. Very high wildlife value. Fast growth rate. Do not prune in May-June. Zone 4-7.

Salix amygdaloides Peachleaf Willow
Ht. 35-50' W 35-50'. Loam soils. Full sun. Very flood tolerant. Large understory tree with upright ascending branches. 1" catkins. Found along streams and lake margins. High wildlife value. Zone 3-5.

Salix bebbiana Bebbs Willow
Ht 10-12' W 6-8'. Prefers wet to mesic soil moisture. Common in moist to dry ground in our area. Shrub or small tree with attractive deep green foliage. Zone 2-5.

Salix nigra Black Willow
Ht. 35-50' W 20-35'. Tolerates most soils. Prefers wet to moist soils. Flood tolerant. Full sun. Open ascending growth habit. Dark brown-black, deeply furrowed bark. High wildlife value. Zone 3-8.

Sorbus decora Showy Mountain Ash
Ht. 20-35' W 15-25'. Tolerates most soils. Wet to average soil moisture. Full sun. Ovoid form. Pinnately compound leaves. Showy flat-topped white flower clusters. Yellow-orange-red fall color. Good wildlife value. Common in northeast Minnesota. Zone 2-4.

Tilia americana American Basswood
Ht. 50-60' W 30-40'. Loam soils. Prefers moist to average soil. Full sun to partial shade. Shade tolerant. Flood intolerant. Clump forming ovoid form. Golden yellow fall color. Fragrant flower clusters in spring. Zone 3-6.

Zanthoxylum americanum Prickly Ash
Ht. 20-35' W 10-20'. Tolerates most average to dry soils. Irregular-obovoid form. Full sun. Szechwan pepper cousin. Found at forest edge, open woods, savanna. Very high wildlife value. Forms extensive colonies. Yellow-orange fall color. Caution: sharp thorns. Zone 3-5.

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