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ACACIA

ACER

ACTINIDIA

AESCULUS

AGGREGATE FRUIT

AKEBIA

ALBIZIA

ALDER

ALEURITES

ALMOND

ALNUS

ALTHEA

AMALANCHIER

AMERICAN HOP HORNBEAM

AMORPHA

AMUR MAACKIA

ANNONA

APPLE

APPLEBERRY

APRICOT

ARBORVITAE

ARBUTUS

ARONIA

ARTOSTAPHYLOS

ASIAN PEAR

ASPEN

ATRIPLEX

AUSTRALIAN SILVER OAK

AZALEA

BALD CYPRESS

BANKS RED

BARBERRY

BEAUTYBERRY

BEAUTY BUSH

BEECH

BEN TREE

BERBERIS

BIRCH

BIRD OF PARADISE

BITTERSWEET

BLACKBERRY

BLACK CAP

BLACK CHOKEBERRY

BLACK GUM

BLACK RASPBERRY

BLADDER SENNA

BLUEBERRY

BOTTLE BRUSH

BOXWOOD

BOYSENBERRY

BRADFORD PEAR

BROWN SUGAR TREE

BRUGMANSIA

BUCKEYE

BUCKTHORN

BUDDLEIA

BURNING BUSH EUONYMUS

BUTTERFLY BUSH

BUTTERNUT

BUTTONBUSH

BUXUS

CACHIMAN

CAESALPINIA

CALICARPA

CALOCEDRUS

CAMELLIA

CAMPHOR TREE

CAMPSIS RADICANS

CAMPTOTHECA

CANCER TREE

CARAGANA

CAROB

CARPINUS

CARYOPTERIS

CATALPA

CEDAR

CEDAR, INCENSE

CEDAR, JAPANESE RED

CEDAR OF LEBANON

CEDRUS

CELASTRUS

CELTIS

CEPHALANTHUS

CERATONIA

CERCIDIPHYLLUM

CERCIS

CHAENOMELES

CHAMAECYPARIS

CHASTE TREE

CHERRY

CHERRY ELAEAGNUS

CHERRY LAUREL

CHESTNUT

CHICOT

CHINA WOOD

CHINESE CHESTNUT

CHINESE HAPPY TREE

CHINESE HOLLY

CHINESE YELLOW WOOD

CHIONANTHUS

CHOCOLATE VINE

CINAMOMUM

CLETHRA

COASTAL REDWOOD

COFFEA

COFFEE TREE

COLUTEA

COOTAMUNDA WATTLE

CORKSCREW WILLOW

CORNELIAN CHERRY

CORYLUS

COTINUS

CRABAPPLE

CRAPE MYRTLE

CRATAEGUS

CRYPTOMERIA

CUCUMBER TREE

CYCAD

CYPHOMANDRA

CYPRESS

DAPHNE

DATE PALM

DAVIDIA

DAWN REDWOOD

DEAD MAN'S FINGERS

DECAISNEA

DELONIX

DEUTZIA

DIOON

DOGWOOD

DOVE TREE

DRACAENA

DRUMSTICK TREE

EARLY CONGRESS

ELDERBERRY

ELM

EMPRESS TREE

ENGLISH HAWTHORNE

EUCALYPTUS

EUCOMMIA

EUONYMUS

EVERGREEN VELVET BEAN

FALSE GOATBEARD

FALSE SPIREA

FIG

FILBERT

FIR

FLAMBOYANT TREE

FLORY

FLOWERING ALMOND

FORSYTHIA

FRINGE TREE

FRUITS

GAULTHERIA SHALLON

GIANT SEQUOIA

GIBBON'S SMOKEHOUSE

GINKGO BILOBA

GLEDITSIA

GOLDEN CHAIN TREE

GOLDEN RAINTREE

GOOSEBERRY

GRANNY SMITH

GRAPE

GRAPE MAHONIA

GRAVENSTEIN

GREEN WINTER PIPPIN

GUMI

GYMNOCLADUS

HACKBERRY

HARDY FUSCHIA

HARDY PECAN

HAWTHORNE

HAZELNUT

HEAVENLY BAMBOO

HIBISCUS

HICKORY

HOLLY

HOLODISCUS

HONEY MYRTLE

HOPTREE

HORNBEAM

HORSE BEAN

HORSE CHESNUT

HORSERADISH TREE

HYBRID ELM

HYDRANGEA

ILEX

INDIAN BEAN

IRONWOOD

ITALIAN CYPRESS

IXORA

JACARANDA

JAPANESE FLOWERING CRABAPPLE

JAPANESE FLOWERING QUINCE

JAPANESE MAGNOLIA

JAPANESE MAPLE

JAPANESE RED CEDAR

JERUSALEM THORN

JOJOBA

JOSTABERRY

JUJUBE

JUNIPER

KATSURA TREE

KENTUCKY COFFEE TREE

LABURNUM

LARCH

LAURUS

LAW RED ROME

LEUCOTHOE

LIBOCEDRUS

LIGUSTRUM

LILAC

LINDEN

LINDERA

LIRIODENDRON

LONG SHU

MACLEAYA

MAACKIA

MACLURA

MACOUN

MACROZAMIA

MADRONE

MAGNOLIA

MAHONIA

MALUS

MAPLE

MEDLAR

MELALEUCA

MELROSE

MEXICAN PALO VERDE

MEZEREON

MILL CREEK APPLE

MIMOSA

MOCKORANGE

MOCUYO

MONSTERA

MORINGA

MORUS

MOUNTAIN LAUREL

MULBERRY

MUCUNA

NANDINA

NARROW LEAFED PAPERBARK

NECTARINE

NEWTOWN

NEW YORK PIPPIN

NICKER TREE

NORTHERN SPY

OAK

OHIO BUCKEYE

OLD FASHIONED LILAC

OLIVE

OREGON GRAPE

ORNAMENTAL PEAR

OSAGE ORANGE

OSTRYA

PACIFIC RHODODENDRON

PALO NUEVO

PARKINSONIA

PARROTIA

PAW PAW

PEACH

PEAR

PECAN

PERSIAN WITCH HAZEL

PERSIMMON

PHOENIX

PHOTINA

PINE

PITASCIA

PITTOSPORUM

PLANE TREE

PLUM

POMEGRANATE

POPLAR

PRIVET

PRUNUS CAROLINIANA

PTELEA

PURPLE SMOKE TREE

PYRACANTHA

QUAKING ASPEN

RAISIN VINE

RASPBERRY

RATAMA

REDBUD

RED FLOWERING DOGWOOD

RED GRAVENSTEIN

RED RASPBERRY

RED ROME

RED VANDEVERE

RHODODENDRON

RHUS

ROCK SPIREA

ROOTSTOCK

ROSE

ROYAL MEDLAR

RUBUS OCCIDENTALIS SILVIS

RUSSIAN MULBERRY

SALAL

SASKATOON

SASSAFRAS

SCHEFFLERA

SCUPPERNONG

SEABEAN

SEA BUCKTHORN

SEQUOIA

SERVICEBERRY

SHADSCALE

SHAGBARK HICKORY

SHELLBARK HICKORY

SHEPHERDIA

SHINING SUMAC

SHRUB TREFOIL

SIBERIAN PEA SHRUB

SILK TREE

SILKY OAK

SILVER BUFFALOBERRY

SILVER LACE VINE

SIMMONDSIA

SLIPPERY ELM

SMOKEHOUSE

SOPHORA

SORBARIA

SOUTHERN ARROWWOOD

SOUTHERN SILKY OAK

SPICE BUSH

SPIRAEA, FALSE

SPRUCE

STIZOLOBIUM

STRAWBERRY

STUART PECAN

SUMAC

SUMMERSWEET

SWEET GUM

SYCAMORE

TAXODIUM

TEA OIL PLANT

TEA TREE (Camellia)

TEA TREE (Melaleuca)

TECOMA RADICANS

TEXAS SAGE

TEXAS SCARLET QUINCE

THIMBLEBERRY

THORNLESS BOYSENBERRY

THORNLESS HONEYLOCUST

TIAN ZI SHU

TREE PEONY

TREE TOMATO

TRUMPET CREEPER

TULIP TREE

TUNG OIL TREE

URAL FALSESPIREA

UVA URSI

VARIEGATED ALTHEA

VIBURNUM

VITEX

WAFER ASH

WALNUT

WASHINGTON HAWTHORNE

WATTLE

WEEPING CHERRY

WEEPING WILLOW

WEIGELIA

WILLOW

WINGSEED

WINTER BANANA

WINTERBERRY

WISTERIA

WITCH HAZEL

WOODLAND BLACK CAP

WOLF WILLOW

XANTHOCERAS

XI SHU

YELLOWHORN

YELLOW WOOD

YUCCA

ZAMIA

ZELKOVA
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TIP:  HANDLING BAREROOT SEEDLINGS
Bareroot seedlings should be planted as soon as they arrive, but if this is not possible, you may handle them as follows: If at all possible, leave the plants in the box and packing in which they arrived, just making certain that the material around the roots has not dried out and that the tops of the plants are dry. Keep the box in a cool place, around 33-38F or store in a cool location, such as a basement or cellar. Do not store near fresh produce or cut flowers as these produce ethylene gas, which is toxic to live plants.


Also see Rich Farm Garden TIPS pertinent to planting Tree Seeds:
SEED STRATIFICATION,

SEED SCARIFICATION,

SOWING UNDER GLASS,

SEED GERMINATION



One of the oldest known crops to be cultivated in the Americas turns out to be a Super Food.  Information now coming out in new studies of the curative properties of this fruit may be what the Adena and Hopewell peoples of North America knew 2,000 years ago.
Woodland Black Cap™ Rubus occidentalis silvis  Woodland Black Cap™ - Black fruit with sweet, rich flavor and loaded with antioxidants. Although R. silvis is the ancestor of what are sometimes called 'black raspberries' or thimbleberry , this is not a berry, but is an aggregate fruit and this variety produces a black 1/2 - 5/8 inch diameter round fruit on the end of the stems that has a much richer and distinctive taste. When the fruit of Rubus occidentalis silvis first forms like a Cap on the end of each stem, it is Light Green then turning white.  As the fruit grows it slowly goes through a spectrum of colors turning a Yellow then through Beige to Pink; then from Bright Red to Deep Red to Purple. Eventually it turns Blue and then Darker Blue.  Time to eat when it is Dark Dark Blue (Black).  All of the colors in one fruit!  Mid-season ripening.  Plant height: 9ft.  Winter hardy to -20F degrees (-30 C.)
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More Trees and shrub names not included here can be found in the Comprehensive Alphabetical Index
 
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