Native Plants

Green leaves

White Oak (Quercus alba)

Though these long-lived hardwoods once dominated the forests of their native range across eastern and central North America, colonial deforestation…

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Green leaves and green acorns

Northern Red Oak (Quercus rubra)

With a native range across central-eastern North America, this deciduous member of the red oak group is nearly ubiquitous throughout…

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Red leaves

Red Maple (Acer rubrum)

Often considered the most abundant native tree in eastern North America, this deciduous maple is extremely adaptable to a wide…

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Clusters of white flowers and green leaves

Black cherry (Prunus serotina)

A native found from the Great Plains to the Eastern seaboard from Mexico to Canada, this pioneer species uses its…

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Soft green pine needles on a brown branch

Pitch Pine (Pinus rigida)

Often found growing in nutrient-poor, acidic, sandy soils, this hardy evergreen thrives along the coastal plains and sandy barrens within…

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Green leaves

Sugar maple (Acer saccharum)

Also called sweet maple or rock maple, this deciduous tree is native to temperate hardwood forests across the northeastern US…

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Soft green pine needles

Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus)

Native to the temperate forests of north-central to northeastern North America, this deciduous pine species is the tallest tree across…

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Brown branch with green needles and clusters of blue berries

Eastern Red Cedar (Juniperus virginiana)

Also called eastern juniper or red juniper, this coniferous evergreen is found in woodland edges, meadows, and other coastal lowlands…

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