2009-2010 Seedling Order Form by tak20026

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									          2009–2010
Seedling Order FOrm
George O. White State Forest Nursery • Missouri Department of Conservation
    B   efore undertaking any extensive
         planting project, consult the
    Conservation Department’s regional
                                                             WEAThEr, DiSEASE AND TrEE AvAilABiliTy
    office in your area.                                     recall back to April 2007. We lost hundreds of thousands of trees that spring
                                                             to the freeze. The lasting impact for us here at the george O. White nursery
       For information on planting, care and                 was the loss of seed. Some of the species that we grow take two years for
    uses of seedlings listed in this order form,             the seedlings to reach a satisfactory size. The hickory and the pawpaw for
    send for the following publications or                   the 2009–2010 season should have been sown in the fall of 2007, but there
    check our web site at:                                   were very few seeds of these species to be found anywhere in the midwest
    www.missouriconservation.org/forest                      that fall. As a result, pawpaw is available only in the conservation bundle;
      To receive the following free                          hickory is not available at all.
    publication, write to Missouri                              eastern red cedar is also not available this year. Our germination was
    Department of Conservation, P.O. Box                     excellent and early growth looked good but then the cool, wet summer
    180, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0180, or                   made fungal diseases very hard to control. We lost well over 100,000 trees to
    by e-mail to pubstaff@mdc.mo.gov.                        a foliage disease.
                                                                Two species, Austrian and Jack pines, which we have grown for many
    • “Missouri Conservation                                 years, are no longer available. As they age, Austrian pine develops disease
      Trees and Shrubs”                                      problems, frustrating landowners. So we decided to stop growing this species.
       To purchase the                                       Jack pine was never a very popular tree and our bed space was needed to
    following books, call                                    grow other species that are in greater demand.
    toll-free 1-877-521-                                        But now for some good news! For many species, growth this year
    8632, or go to www.                                      was excellent, and as a result, we have five species of extra large trees
    mdcnatureshop.com.                                       to offer. We also have a new shrub, golden currant. We have the pecan
    Prices do not include                                    variety bundle available again, which consists of 40 seedlings grown from
    shipping, handling and                                   four different pecan varieties collected from orchard­grown trees. in our
    tax.                                                     specialty bundles you can find a number of species available that are not
                                                             otherwise found on the order form. in total, the nursery offers landowners
    • Shrubs and Woody                                       75 species—more than any other public conservation nursery in the U.S.
      Vines of Missouri                                                                              Greg Hoss, Forest Nursery Supervisor
      (soft cover $16.50)
    • Shrubs and Woody
      Vines of Missouri Field
      Guide (soft cover                                  SEEDliNGS ArE                               substitutes can be made. See page
      $7.50)                                             • bareroot, one, two or three years         15 for bundle contents.
                                                            old, depending on species
    • Trees of Missouri                                                                              COSTS TO yOU
                                                         • available in single species bundles
      (soft cover $16.50)                                                                            • Seedling bundles range from
                                                            of 25 seedlings
    • Trees of Missouri                                  • for use in missouri                          $4 to $30. Prices for each species
      Field Guide (soft                                  Seedling sizes vary greatly depending          and special bundles are listed in
      cover $7.50)                                       on species.                                    this order form.
                                                                                                     • Sales tax of 5.725 percent will
    • Tried & True                      Trees        f

      Missouri Native                  Missouri          SPECiAl BUNDlES                                be added to all bills unless you
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                                          ield   uide
                                                         For areas where a variety of                   furnish, at the time of your order,
      Plants For Your Yard                                                                              a tax exemption certificate.
      (soft cover $6)                                    seedlings are needed, in smaller
                                                         quantities, four special bundles            • A handling charge of $5 is added
                                                         are available. The Conservation                to each order.
                                                         Bundle is recommended for                   Do not send payment or credit
       The following guide                                                                           card information with your order.
    can be purchased for                  Don Kurz       people who want to add a mix of
    $2.50 at your county                                 trees and shrubs to their property.
    University of Missouri                               The Wildlife Cover Bundle will              DON’T DElAy!
    Outreach and                                         improve habitat and food sources            OrDEr TODAy!
    Extension Office.                                    for a number of missouri wildlife           No phone orders are accepted.
                                                         species. The Pecan Variety                  Orders can be submitted by mail,
    • “Before You Order                                  Bundle offers landowners four               internet or fax. Orders are filled on
      Tree Seedlings”                                    different pecan varieties. The Quail        a first­come, first­served basis until
      Agricultural Guide                                 Cover Bundle provides plants for            supplies are depleted, and each year
      No. 5006                                           quail food and cover. The contents          many species sell out quickly. To get
                                                         of these special bundles are pre­           the plants you want, please send
                                                         selected by the nursery, and no             your order to us as soon as possible.

2                                                Order online at: mdc.mo.gov/7294
    If a species is sold out at the time     write your order number on your
your order is received, you will not be      check.                                        if you submit an order by
billed for that species. Please check your      Orders must be paid in full                mail, fax or via the internet
acknowledgement card. if the seedlings       before they can be shipped                    you should receive a billing
become available at a later date,            or picked up. if payment is not               card from us within about two
you will be notified by an additional        received within five days after the           weeks. if you DO NOT receive
acknowledgement card and will be             due date indicated on the card, your          a billing card from us, call the
billed for that item at that time.           order will be canceled and the stock          nursery at 573/674-3229 to
    if you would like us to substitute for   reallocated.
                                                                                           inquire about the status of
a sold­out item, check the appropriate
                                                                                           your order.
box on the order form. You also may          DElivEry METhOD
indicate a second and third choice on        You may have your trees shipped to
the order form. We will not substitute       you, or you may pick them up at the
unless you ask us to do so.                  nursery. Please circle the delivery
                                                                                         SPACiNG OF SEEDliNGS
    April 30, 2010, is the last date for                                                 When planting seedlings, consider the
                                             method you want on the order form           height and spread to which they will
accepting orders for shipment. All           and circle the month you want the
orders not paid by may 15, 2010, will be                                                 eventually grow and their primary use.
                                             plants delivered. We ship orders via UPS    As a general rule, seedlings should be
canceled.                                    or U.S. Postal Service. We choose the
    For a recorded message                                                               spaced as shown below:
                                             method of shipment.
concerning possible shipping
                                                                                         Purpose            Spacing
delays and the kinds of trees still          DElivEry NOTiCE                             erosion control    3­6 feet
available, call 1-800-392-3111
after Dec. 1, 2009.                          AND DATES                                   reforestation      8­12 feet
                                             You will be notified by postcard            Wildlife shrubs    3­6 feet
                                             approximately one week before the           Windbreaks         5­12 feet
hEriTAGE CArD                                date your order will be shipped or is
DiSCOUNT                                     available for pickup at the nursery. most   Quantity of Seedlings per Acre
Holders of the missouri Conservation         shipped orders arrive within 48 hours       Spacing in feet Seedlings per acre
Heritage Card can receive a 15 percent       of leaving the nursery; however, this       3x3               4,840
discount up to $20 off their seedling        cannot be guaranteed. All trees will be     4x4               2,722
purchases. To receive the discount, write    shipped by may 15, 2010, unless other       5x5               1,742
your card number on the order form.          arrangements have been made.                6x6               1,210
Heritage Card discount does not apply           if any or all of the order has not       7x7               889
to handling charges and sales tax.           arrived within two weeks after you have     8x8               681
   Heritage Cards can be purchased for       received your shipping notification card,   9x9               538
$2 wherever hunting and fishing permits      please contact the nursery.                 10x10             436
are sold. The card, similar in appearance                                                12x12             302
to a credit card, makes applying for         OrDEr ChANGES                               15x15             194
permits easier by storing registration
information on a magnetic strip. The         AND rEFUNDS
card also allows the owner to receive a      requests for order changes must be
15 percent discount on selected retail       received at least 10 working days before
merchandise sold at Conservation             delivery or pick­up date. Adjustments
department facilities. To order a            or refunds will be made only at the
Heritage Card by phone, call                 discretion of the nursery. no refunds
1­800­392­4115.                              will be given for orders cancelled after
                                             may 1, 2010. no refund of $2.50 or less
PAyMENT METhOD                               will be made.
Do not send payment with your                   Please notify us promptly of any
order. You will be billed later. This        address change and include your order
prevents you paying for items that           number.
may have sold out before your order is
received.                                    Address all order inquiries to:
   After your order has been processed,      George O. White Nursery
you will receive an acknowledgement          Missouri Department
card stating what seedlings we can           of Conservation
furnish. This card also is your billing      P.O. Box 119
notice and includes sales tax.               licking, MO 65542
   Please pay promptly by check,             573/674-3229
money order, masterCard or ViSA after        Fax: 573/674-4047
receiving the billing notice. Please
                                             Fax your order to 573/674-4047                                                       3
    NUrSEry
    SPECiES
    PhOTO
    GAllEry
                              100 - Shortleaf Pine                                   101 - loblolly Pine




102 - Pitch x loblolly Pine   211 - Eastern White Pine      214 - red Pine




300/700/800 - Black Walnut    301 - Pecan                   302 - Sycamore           216 - Norway Spruce




304 - hackberry               305 - Northern red Oak                                 306 - Bur Oak




307 - White Oak               308 - Osage Orange            310/810 - Tulip Poplar

4                                           Order online at: mdc.mo.gov/7294
311 - Cottonwood           Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder   313 - Black locust           316/816 - Bald Cypress




317 - Silver Maple                                                          319 - river Birch            323 - Black Cherry




326 - Blackgum                                                                                           330 - Swamp White Oak    324 - Chinkapin Oak




333 - Swamp Chestnut Oak                                                    336 - Black Oak              337 - Nuttall Oak
                                                                                                                                                        Paul Bolstad, University of Minnesota, Bugwood.org




338 - Cherrybark Oak                                                        339 - Willow Oak             340 - Overcup Oak        342 - Water Tupelo

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343 - Kentucky Coffeetree   345/845 - Shumard Oak      350 - Sandbar Willow




400/899 - Pin Oak                                      402 - Flowering Dogwood   405 - Persimmon




409 - Smooth Sumac                                     410 - roughleaf Dogwood




413 - Buttonbush            414 - Deciduous holly      417 - redbud              420 - Blackberry




422 - hazelnut                                         424 - Wild Plum

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426 - Aromatic Sumac                     434 - Washington hawthorn                                                    436 - Ninebark                437 - Gray Dogwood




                                                                     Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
439 - Witch hazel                        443 - red Mulberry                                                           447 - Silky Dogwood           448 - Buckbrush




456 - False indigo                       457 - Spicebush                                                              458 - Elderberry              462 - Black Chokeberry

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464 - American Beauty Berry




                                          5                   6                                                        4                 5           4                5
                              Don Kurz




465 - Golden Current                     500 - Conservation Bundle                                                    501 - Wildlife Cover Bundle   504 - Quail Cover Bundle

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                                                         Common Uses                   Wildlife Benefits
number                                Price
Catalog

                  Species            for 25                              Wetland                      mature                          Other important Facts
                                                Wind    erosion refores­
                                    Seedlings                            restor­   Food     Cover     Height
                                                Break   Control tation
                                                                          ation                       in Feet
                                                                                                                Only pine native to missouri. grows to 2–3 feet in diameter.
          Shortleaf Pine
100                                    $4        ✓                ✓                          ✓        80–100    does very well on dry, upland sites in the Ozarks. Probably
          (Pinus echinata)
                                                                                                                should not be planted north of the missouri river.
                                                                                                                native throughout the southern United States. introduced and
                                                                                                                grows well in southern missouri. This is a fast­growing pine that is
          loblolly Pine                                                                                         an important timber tree for the production of lumber and pulp.
101                                    $4        ✓                ✓                          ✓             90
          (Pinus taeda)                                                                                         Similar in appearance to shortleaf pine, but has longer needles
                                                                                                                and a larger cone. grows on a wide variety of sites from poor, dry
                                                                                                                upland to rich bottomland soils.
                                                                                                                This hybrid pine combines the cold hardiness and drought
                                                                                                                tolerance of pitch pine with the larger mature size, moist soil
          Pitch x lobolly Pine                                                                                  tolerance and fast growth of loblolly pine. develops a dense,
102       (Pinus rigida x              $6        ✓       ✓        ✓                          ✓             60   extensive root system that helps this tree adapt to extreme soil
          Pinus taeda)                                                                                          conditions. The long, naturally shed needles are used to make
                                                                                                                pine straw mulch for the landscape industry. does best in full
                                                                                                                sun to partial shade.
                                                                                                                A stately tall tree with an attractive conical shape with branches
          eastern White Pine                                                                                    nearly to the ground in open stands. makes an excellent
211                                    $7        ✓                ✓                          ✓        80–100
          (Pinus strobus)                                                                                       windbreak throughout the state. Adapts to a variety of sites,
                                                                                                                but prefers moderately moist sandy loam soils.
                                                                                                                A long­needled pine native to the lake States and new
          red Pine
214                                    $6        ✓                ✓                          ✓             80   england. Best used for reforestation and windbreaks north of
          (Pinus resinosa)
                                                                                                                missouri river.
                                                                                                                excellent tree for windbreak and wildlife cover. While not
                                                                                                                immune to deer damage, deer generally leave this evergreen
          norway Spruce
216                                    $7        ✓                                           ✓             50   alone. This fast­growing spruce grows best on well­drained soils
          (Picea abies)
                                                                                                                and will tolerate a lot of shade. it will retain its dense drooping
                                                                                                                branches as the tree matures.
                                                                                                                The “black gold” of missouri. Valued for its lumber and nuts, it is
          Black Walnut
300                                    $8                         ✓        ✓       ✓                  80–90     extensively cultivated statewide. grows rapidly on deep, rich,
          (Juglans nigra)
                                                                                                                alluvial soils. growth rates decline rapidly in poor soils.
                                                                                                                Black walnut seedlings produced from seed certified by the
                                                                                                                missouri Seed Certification Board as being from plantations on
                                                                                                                which all trees exhibited outstanding vigor, good form and rapid
          Black Walnut­Certified
700                                   $13                         ✓        ✓       ✓                  80–100    growth. High percentage of seedlings can be expected to
          (Juglans nigra)
                                                                                                                exhibit the good form and rapid growth characteristics of the
                                                                                                                parent trees; however, this cannot be guaranteed and no such
                                                                                                                warranty is implied.
          extra large
                                                                                                                These are 1­year­old seedlings with a minimum height of 36
800       Black Walnut                $16                         ✓        ✓       ✓                   80­90
                                                                                                                inches.
          (Juglans nigra)
                                                                                                                most noted for edible nuts, but also is valued for wood. does
          Pecan
301                                    $8                         ✓        ✓       ✓                       90   best on moist, well­drained river bottoms. Seedlings are grown
          (Carya illinoensis)
                                                                                                                from native wild seed.
                                                                                                                A large bottomland, streambank tree. Can be used as a bank
          Sycamore
302                                    $8                ✓        ✓        ✓                 ✓        80–100    stabilizer along with other bottomland species. Shows a great
          (Platanus occidentalis)
                                                                                                                deal of resistance to beaver damage and wet soil conditions.
          Hackberry                                                                                             Common bottomland species found statewide. does very well in
304                                    $8        ✓       ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓                       90
          (Celtis occidentalis)                                                                                 prairie regions. Birds eat the fruit.
                                                                                                                One of the most widespread and commercially important of the
          northern red Oak
305                                    $8        ✓       ✓        ✓                ✓         ✓             90   oaks. Found on a wide variety of sites statewide. grows best in
          (Quercus rubra)
                                                                                                                fertile, sandy loam soils.

                                                                                                                large acorns with fringed caps are characteristic of this oak
          Bur Oak
306                                    $8                ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓                       80   species. grows statewide on a variety of sites from dry uplands
          (Quercus macrocarpa)
                                                                                                                to moist lowlands. reaches 3–4 feet in diameter.

                                                                                                                Found statewide. This important hardwood lumber tree
          White Oak                                                                                             is often an excellent acorn producer. does best on deep
307                                    $8                         ✓                ✓         ✓             85
          (Quercus alba)                                                                                        well­drained soils, but does well on dry, poor upland sites.
                                                                                                                Slow growth rate, but may live for hundreds of years.




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                                                           Common Uses                   Wildlife Benefits
number                                  Price
Catalog

                  Species              for 25                              Wetland                      mature                           Other important Facts
                                                  Wind    erosion refores­
                                      Seedlings                            restor­   Food     Cover     Height
                                                  Break   Control tation
                                                                            ation                       in Feet
                                                                                                                   The familiar “hedge” or hedgeapple tree of the prairie regions of
          Osage­orange
308                                      $8        ✓                ✓                ✓         ✓        40–50      the state. Hard and durable wood is used for fence posts. Has
          (Maclura pomifera)
                                                                                                                   thorns.
                                                                                                                   One of the more valuable hardwoods. may reach diameters
          Tulip Poplar
310                                      $8        ✓                ✓                                   90–100     approaching 2 feet. Found naturally on moist, well­drained soils
          (Liriodendron tulipifera)
                                                                                                                   in southeastern missouri. Planted widely as an ornamental.
          extra large Tulip Poplar                                                                                 These are 1­year­old seedlings with a minimum height of
810                                     $16        ✓                ✓                                   90–100
          (Liriodendron tulipifera)                                                                                30 inches.
          Cottonwood (cuttings)
                                                                                                                   One of the largest and fastest growing trees in the eastern
          (Populus deltoides)
311                                      $8        ✓       ✓        ✓        ✓                 ✓             100   United States. makes its best growth on deep, well­drained
          See how to plant
                                                                                                                   bottomland soils. Can reach diameters of 3–4 feet.
          cuttings on page 12.
                                                                                                                   A medium­sized tree found on a wide range of sites. Wood is
          Black locust                                                                                             durable and has been used for fence posts. due to rapid growth
313                                      $8        ✓       ✓                                                 60
          (Robinia pseudoacacia)                                                                                   rate and relatively high B.T.U. content, it is often planted in
                                                                                                                   wood lots. Also used to control soil erosion.
                                                                                                                   Very large trees that may live more than 1,000 years. Commonly
          Bald Cypress                                                                                             associated with southeastern swamps, but adapt easily to a wide
316                                      $8        ✓       ✓        ✓        ✓                          90–100
          (Taxodium distichum)                                                                                     range of sites. Young trees grow rapidly on good sites and may
                                                                                                                   reach 20 feet in height in 10 years. extremely durable wood.
          extra large Bald Cypress                                                                                 These are 1­year­old seedlings with a minimum height of 36
816                                     $16        ✓       ✓        ✓        ✓                          90­100
          (Taxodium distichum)                                                                                     inches.
                                                                                                                   A large bottomland “soft” hardwood. grown commercially for
          Silver maple                                                                                             wood and perhaps overused as a fast­growing shade tree.
317                                      $8                ✓        ✓        ✓                 ✓             90
          (Acer saccharinum)                                                                                       Because of the brittleness of the wood, breakage in ice and
                                                                                                                   wind is a serious problem.
                                                                                                                   A small­to­medium sized streambank tree useful for bank
          river Birch
319                                      $8        ✓       ✓                 ✓                 ✓             60    stabilization. Peeling, flaking bark gives the tree an attractive
          (Betula nigra)
                                                                                                                   appearance in the winter landscape. grows statewide.
                                                                                                                   Found statewide on a variety of sites from moist fertile bottoms
                                                                                                                   to dry gravelly upland soils. The lumber is second only to walnut
          Black Cherry                                                                                             in demand as a fine hardwood. The flowers are white clusters 2
323                                      $8                ✓        ✓                ✓         ✓             60
          (Prunus serotina)                                                                                        to 4 inches long. The red to black fruits ripen in August and are
                                                                                                                   abundant nearly every year. numerous species of birds and
                                                                                                                   wildlife eat the fruit. leaves turns yellow to red in the fall.
                                                                                                                   Found throughout missouri mostly on dry upland woods, along
                                                                                                                   bluffs and in glades. it tolerates very dry, rocky soil, but will
          Chinkapin Oak
                                                                                                                   grow on a wide variety of sites. This tree is in the white oak
324       (Quercus                       $8                         ✓                ✓         ✓             70
                                                                                                                   group, has silver­gray bark and long, thin leaves. The acorns are
          muehlenbergii)
                                                                                                                   nearly black, about 3/4 to 1 inch long and are a favorite food
                                                                                                                   source for turkey and deer.
                                                                                                                   medium­sized tree found in southern missouri, but can be
                                                                                                                   planted successfully statewide. grows on deep, moist soils and
          Blackgum
326                                      $8                         ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓             65    along streams. An attractive tree with shining dark­green leaves,
          (Nyssa sylvatica)
                                                                                                                   blue­black fruits and brilliant red fall color. Older, larger trees
                                                                                                                   often contain hollows that are used by cavity­nesting wildlife.
                                                                                                                   A fairly fast­growing, medium­sized tree that may reach a
                                                                                                                   diameter of 3 feet. grows naturally in the northern two­thirds
          Swamp White Oak                                                                                          of the state along low hills and stream bottoms, but is adaptable
330                                      $8                ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓             70
          (Quercus bicolor)                                                                                        to a wide variety of sites. despite its name, this species does not
                                                                                                                   naturally grow in swamps. The acorns are one of the favored fall
                                                                                                                   foods for deer, turkey and many other wildlife species.
                                                                                                                   Also called cow oak and basket oak. A large well­formed tree,
          Swamp Chestnut Oak                                                                                       which grows in well­drained soils above the floodplain in
333                                      $8                         ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓        80–90
          (Quercus michauxii)                                                                                      southeastern missouri. Able to withstand flooding for short
                                                                                                                   periods during the dormant season.
                                                                                                                   Found statewide, but most common in the Ozarks. does well on
          Black Oak
336                                      $8                         ✓                ✓         ✓             85    dry, poor upland sites, but will make good growth on better
          (Quercus velutina)
                                                                                                                   sites. good acorn producer.




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                                                             Common Uses                   Wildlife Benefits
number                                    Price
Catalog

                   Species               for 25                              Wetland                      mature                           Other important Facts
                                                    Wind    erosion refores­
                                        Seedlings                            restor­   Food     Cover     Height
                                                    Break   Control tation
                                                                              ation                       in Feet
                                                                                                                     relatively fast­growing oak that is found in the Southeastern
          nuttall Oak                                                                                                lowlands. does well on heavy, poorly drained clay soils. general
337                                        $8                ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓        90–100
          (Quercus texana)                                                                                           appearance somewhat resembles pin oak. Probably should not
                                                                                                                     be planted outside the Bootheel.
          Cherrybark Oak                                                                                             Southeastern lowland oak that should be planted in missouri
338       (Quercus falcata                 $8                ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓             100   Bootheel area. Prefers rich, well­drained bottomland soils.
          var. pagodifolia)                                                                                          large, fast growing, well­formed and commercially important.
                                                                                                                     This tree gets its name from the long, slender, willow­like leaves.
          Willow Oak                                                                                                 native to southeastern missouri. grows well on poorly drained
339                                        $8        ✓       ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓             70
          (Quercus phellos)                                                                                          soils, but can be planted on a variety of sites. Fast­growing oak
                                                                                                                     with small acorns. Will grow statewide.
                                                                                                                     Occurs naturally in southeastern missouri and up the mississippi
                                                                                                                     river as far north as St. louis County. grows on wet, poorly
          Overcup Oak
340                                        $8                ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓             70    drained sites and is one of the most flood­tolerant species. This
          (Quercus lyrata)
                                                                                                                     slow­growing tree produces acorns that are almost enclosed in
                                                                                                                     the cap, somewhat similar to bur oak.
                                                                                                                     Occurs naturally in the Southeast lowlands and adjacent
                                                                                                                     counties, often in association with bald cypress. This large­
                                                                                                                     growing, long­lived tree is very flood­tolerant and can survive
          Water Tupelo
342                                        $8                ✓        ✓        ✓                               80    extended periods of high water. it’s a good choice for pond
          (Nyssa aquatica)
                                                                                                                     edges, wetland and streamside plantings. many kinds of wildlife
                                                                                                                     eat the fruits, and the flowers make this species a favored honey
                                                                                                                     tree for beekeepers.
                                                                                                                     medium to large tree preferring good soil. Found statewide, but
          Kentucky Coffeetree                                                                                        most common in western missouri. The large persistent
343                                        $8        ✓       ✓        ✓                                   70–90
          (Gymnocladus dioicus)                                                                                      seedpods, and short, heavy twigs makes this legume a distinctive
                                                                                                                     tree in winter.
                                                                                                                     A large, commercially valuable oak found naturally in all but
          Shumard Oak                                                                                                the northern third of missouri. Frequently grows in association
345                                        $8        ✓       ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓        80–100
          (Quercus shumardii)                                                                                        with northern red oak and white oak. Can be planted on a
                                                                                                                     wide variety of sites.
          extra large
                                                                                                                     These are 1­year­old seedlings with a minimum height of
845       Shumard Oak                     $16        ✓       ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓        80–100
                                                                                                                     30 inches.
          (Quercus shumardii)
          Sandbar Willow                                                                                             Shrub­like, thicket­forming willow found statewide. Occurs on
          (cuttings) (Salix interior)                                                                                sand bars, mud flats and muddy stream banks. good soil binder
350                                        $8                ✓                 ✓                 ✓             30
          See how to plant                                                                                           and bank stabilizer that prevents washing and erosion. leaves
          cuttings on page 12.                                                                                       and twigs are browsed by deer.
                                                                                                                     This fast­growing oak grows naturally on poorly drained, heavy
                                                                                                                     bottomland sites statewide. it is often planted in the landscape
          Pin Oak
400                                        $8        ✓       ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓        70–80      as it will survive and grow well on a wide variety of sites, from
          (Quercus palustris)
                                                                                                                     wet to dry. The small acorns are eaten by many mammals and
                                                                                                                     birds and are an important winter food for migrating waterfowl.
                                                                                                                     These are 1­year­old seedlings with a minimum height of 30
899       extra large Pin Oak             $16        ✓       ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓         ✓         70­80
                                                                                                                     inches.
                                                                                                                     missouri State Tree. This small­to­medium understory tree does
          Flowering dogwood
402                                        $8                                          ✓         ✓             40    best when planted under some shade. grown from seed
          (Cornus florida)
                                                                                                                     collected from wild white­flowered trees.
                                                                                                                     A small­ to medium­sized tree whose fruit is valuable to people
          Persimmon                                                                                                  and wildlife. Among the hardest of north American woods.
405                                        $8        ✓       ✓        ✓        ✓       ✓                  60–70
          (Diospyros virginiana)                                                                                     male and female flowers are borne on separate plants, so plant
                                                                                                                     several trees near each other.
                                                                                                                     Thicket­forming shrub or small tree is found statewide in old
                                                                                                                     fields, prairies, woods borders and road right­of­ways. Was
          Smooth Sumac                                                                                               widely used by native Americans and early settlers for various
409                                        $8                                          ✓         ✓             20
          (Rhus glabra)                                                                                              medicinal uses. Provides excellent wildlife food and cover. The
                                                                                                                     dark green summer foliage is followed by scarlet fall color and
                                                                                                                     red berries.




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                                                           Common Uses                   Wildlife Benefits
number                                  Price
Catalog

                  Species              for 25                              Wetland                      mature                          Other important Facts
                                                  Wind    erosion refores­
                                      Seedlings                            restor­   Food     Cover     Height
                                                  Break   Control tation
                                                                            ation                       in Feet
                                                                                                                  This thicket­forming shrub found statewide on a wide
                                                                                                                  variety of soils survives poor sites better than the other
          roughleaf dogwood                                                                                       dogwoods. The leaves are rough textured. it does not have the
410                                      $8        ✓                                 ✓         ✓             20
          (Cornus drummondii)                                                                                     large white flower of the flowering dogwood, but white flower
                                                                                                                  clusters appear in may. The shrub has white berries and purple
                                                                                                                  to red fall color.
                                                                                                                  Found throughout the state in low, wet woods, swamps and
          Buttonbush                                                                                              along borders of streams and ponds. The flowers are fragrant,
413       (Cephalanthus                  $8                ✓                 ✓       ✓         ✓             18   white, round clusters about 1 to 1­1/2 inches across and are a
          occidentalis)                                                                                           favorite nectar source for bees. many birds eat the nutlets and
                                                                                                                  nest in the branches. does best on moist sites.
                                                                                                                  Also called possumhaw, this small­ to medium­sized tree
                                                                                                                  produces regular crops of brilliant red fruit on the female plant.
                                                                                                                  The male and female flowers are borne on separate plants so
          deciduous Holly
414                                      $8        ✓                         ✓       ✓         ✓             25   several trees should be planted near each other. After the leaves
          (Ilex decidua)
                                                                                                                  fall, the fruit is visible for long distances, which helps feed birds
                                                                                                                  in late winter and early spring when other food sources are
                                                                                                                  depleted.
                                                                                                                  A small to medium understory tree with attractive early spring
          redbud
417                                      $8        ✓                                 ✓         ✓             30   pink flowers. This legume is an attractive addition to wildlife or
          (Cercis canadensis)
                                                                                                                  windbreak plantings.
                                                                                                                  Found throughout the state in woods, open fields and glades.
          Blackberry
420                                      $8                                          ✓         ✓             5    Provides habitat for many wildlife species. edible fruit ripens in
          (Rubus spp.)
                                                                                                                  July. Stems have thorns.
                                                                                                                  Also called American filbert, this thicket­forming shrub is found
          Hazelnut
422                                      $8        ✓       ✓                         ✓         ✓             10   throughout the state on a wide range of soils and sites. The nut
          (Corylus americana)
                                                                                                                  is consumed by people and wildlife.
                                                                                                                  A small thicket­forming tree found statewide. One of the first
          Wild Plum
424                                      $8        ✓       ✓                 ✓       ✓         ✓             25   trees to bloom in the spring. Produces a bright red edible fruit.
          (Prunus spp.)
                                                                                                                  Provides excellent food and cover for wildlife.
                                                                                                                  A shrub found over much of the state, usually in thickets. Fruit
          Aromatic Sumac                                                                                          ripens in late spring or early summer and is eaten by many
426                                      $8        ✓       ✓                         ✓         ✓             8
          (Rhus aromatica)                                                                                        species of birds. Fruit is bright red to orange when mature. Also
                                                                                                                  called fragrant sumac.
          Washington Hawthorn                                                                                     A small­ to medium­sized tree with showy white spring flowers
434                                      $8        ✓                                 ✓         ✓             25
          (Crataegus phaenopyrum)                                                                                 and bright red fruit in the fall.
                                                                                                                  A streamside shrub found over much of the state. Forms a
                                                                                                                  massive root system quickly after planting, making it useful to
          ninebark
436                                      $8        ✓       ✓                 ✓                 ✓             8    control erosion on streambanks. it is also used as an ornamental.
          (Physocarpus opulifolius)
                                                                                                                  its name is taken from the way the mature bark curls away from
                                                                                                                  the stem resembling the number 9.
                                                                                                                  Similar in appearance to roughleaf dogwood, this tree is smaller
          gray dogwood                                                                                            and has smooth leaves. Found widely scattered statewide on
437                                      $8        ✓                                 ✓         ✓             10
          (Cornus racemosa)                                                                                       both moist and rocky sites. Forms thickets by root suckers.
                                                                                                                  Provides excellent wildlife food and cover.
                                                                                                                  large shrub found in and along dry, rocky streambeds. leaves
          Witch Hazel
439                                      $8        ✓       ✓                         ✓         ✓             10   are collected for medicinal uses. Shrub is valuable for wildlife
          (Hamamelis vernalis)
                                                                                                                  food and cover, and for controlling erosion along streams.
                                                                                                                  medium­sized tree found statewide. Prefers good soil, but can
          red mulberry
443                                      $8                         ✓                ✓                       50   be found on poor sites. many species of birds and animals eat
          (Morus rubra)
                                                                                                                  the fruit.
                                                                                                                  This species, also called swamp or pale dogwood, is found
                                                                                                                  statewide, except in the lowlands of the Bootheel, in moist
          Silky dogwood                                                                                           ground along streams, rocky banks, spring branches, swamps, wet
447                                      $8        ✓                         ✓       ✓         ✓             9
          (Cornus obliqua)                                                                                        prairies and low, wet woods. The flowers are similar to roughleaf
                                                                                                                  and gray dogwood. The blue fruit is eaten by many species of
                                                                                                                  wildlife. leaves are longer and narrower than other dogwoods.




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                                                        Common Uses                   Wildlife Benefits
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                  Species           for 25                              Wetland                      mature                          Other important Facts
                                               Wind    erosion refores­
                                   Seedlings                            restor­   Food     Cover     Height
                                               Break   Control tation
                                                                         ation                       in Feet
                                                                                                               Also known as coral berry. A low­growing, thicket­forming shrub
                                                                                                               found throughout the state. Useful as quail and rabbit cover in
          Buckbrush
                                                                                                               areas with little woody vegetation. Small purplish­red fruits stay
448       (Symphoricarpos             $8                                          ✓         ✓             3
                                                                                                               on the plant through much of the winter and serve as an
          orbiculatus)
                                                                                                               emergency wildlife food late in the winter or during extreme
                                                                                                               weather when other food is depleted.
                                                                                                               Found statewide in moist ground along streams, rocky banks and
                                                                                                               low, wet woods. The flowers are 2 to 6 inches long with dense
          False indigo
456                                   $8                ✓                 ✓       ✓         ✓             12   clusters of purple tube­shaped flowers. This shrub is in the
          (Amorpha fruticosa)
                                                                                                               legume family, and the seeds are eaten by quail and other
                                                                                                               wildlife. Bees and butterflies are attracted to the flowers.
                                                                                                               Found naturally in the south half of the state in low or moist
                                                                                                               ground along streams, ravine bottoms, and low wet woods. The
          Spicebush                                                                                            flowers are small, yellow and fragrant. leaves are aromatic when
457                                   $8                ✓                         ✓         ✓             12
          (Lindera benzoin)                                                                                    crushed. Seed is bright red and is eaten by many bird and
                                                                                                               mammal species. Will tolerate partial shade to full sun. This
                                                                                                               shrub will often grow as wide as tall.
                                                                                                               Found throughout the state in open woods, fence rows,
                                                                                                               roadsides and along borders of streams and ponds. The flowers
                                                                                                               are large, showy, flat­topped white clusters that appear in late
          elderberry
458                                   $8                ✓                 ✓       ✓         ✓             10   may to June. The dark purple berries are edible and make an
          (Sambucus canadensis)
                                                                                                               excellent jelly. many species of birds and mammals eat the fruit,
                                                                                                               and deer browse the leaves and branches. Will tolerate both wet
                                                                                                               and dry sites.
                                                                                                               This small shrub, with a spread of 5 to 6 feet, has large, shiny
                                                                                                               dark green leaves that turn purple to orange and red in the fall.
                                                                                                               Flowers are white with 5 petals, about 1/2 inch across. The
          Black Chokeberry                                                                                     purplish/black tart and bitter fruit is about 1/4 inch across and is
462                                   $8                ✓                 ✓       ✓         ✓             10
          (Aronia melanocarpa)                                                                                 best used to make jams or jellies. The juice is very high in
                                                                                                               vitamin C and various antioxidants. does best in full sun or
                                                                                                               partial shade. Will grow on a wide variety of soils from wet to
                                                                                                               very dry.
                                                                                                               This rapidly growing, rounded shrub has a 4­ to 8­foot spread.
                                                                                                               Tops will sometimes die back in cold winters, but flowering is on
                                                                                                               new growth, so dieback or drastic pruning will not affect
          American Beauty Berry
464                                   $8                ✓                         ✓         ✓             10   flowering. Flowers are white to pale pink. The large pale green
          (Callicarpa americana)
                                                                                                               leaves turn yellow in the fall. Showy, purple­blue fruits are
                                                                                                               attractive to birds and persist on the shrubs into late fall. grows
                                                                                                               well in partial shade and on a wide variety of soil types.
                                                                                                               This upright, drought­tolerant shrub has arching spineless stems.
                                                                                                               native to southwestern missouri, but will grow statewide. The
          golden Currant                                                                                       golden yellow flowers emit a strong, clove­like fragrance. Fruit is
465                                   $8                                          ✓         ✓             6
          (Ribes odoratum)                                                                                     dark purple to black and eaten by birds and mammals. The fruits
                                                                                                               are edible and good for jams and jellies, but they are full of
                                                                                                               seeds. does best in full sun or partial shade.


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hOW TO PlANT COTTONWOOD AND WillOW CUTTiNGS
Cottonwood and willow have the ability to sprout roots and leaves from a stick­like cutting. The cottonwood cutting is typically
18 inches long, and the willow 12 inches. most of the cutting needs to be in the soil, so only leave 1 to 2 inches out of the
ground. Also the cutting must be planted with the buds pointed upward. All of the cuttings in a bundle point the same way, so
you will only have to look carefully at one cutting per bundle.




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                                         Species           for 25                              Wetland                        mature                           Other important Facts
                                                                      Wind    erosion refores­
                                                          Seedlings                            restor­    Food      Cover     Height
                                                                      Break   Control tation
                                                                                                ation                         in Feet
                                                           $15 for
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                        500       Conservation Bundle        30                                                                varies
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                        501       Wildlife Cover Bundle      50                                                                varies
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                        504       Quail Cover Bundle         75                                                                varies
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                                                           $25 for
                                                                                                                                         10 each of 4 varieties.
                        506       Pecan Variety Bundle       40                                                                varies
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                         CONSErvATiON                                               WilDliFE COvEr                                             5 Wild Plum (see species 424)
                                                                                                                                               75 plants total
                         BUNDlE                                                     BUNDlE                                                     *If you order the Quail Cover bundle, you will
                         SPeCieS inClUde 5 eACH OF:                                 SPeCieS inClUde 10 eACH OF:                                 receive suggested planting instructions in the
                                                                                                                                                bundle. The plants from this bundle, when
                         1 american beauty berry                                    1 hazelnut (see species 422)                                planted 5 feet apart, will cover 1,875 square
                         (see species 464)                                          2 Norway spruce (see species 216)                           feet.
                         2 Flowering dogwood (see species 402)                      3 Nannyberry (Virburnum lentago) is
                         3 Golden currant (see species 465)                         native to northeastern missouri, but will grow             PECAN vAriETy
                         4 red osier dogwood (Cornus sericea)                       statewide. Flowers are white, rounded clusters 3
                                                                                    to 5 inches across. Fruit is dark­blue clusters of
                                                                                                                                               BUNDlE
                         is a low­growing dogwood that spreads by                                                                              BUndle inClUdeS 10 eACH OF:
                         root suckers. Height will be 7 to 9 feet, but              3/8­ to 1/2­inch­long berries each containing
                         spread may exceed 10 feet. native to illinois,             one large seed. A wide variety of wildlife feed            ‘Starking hardy Giant’ This pecan is of
                         nebraska, iowa and most northern states                    on the fruits, leaves and stems. grows well in             Brunswick, mo. origin. early pollen producer.
                         from the east to west coast. These shrubs                  both sun or shade. Height to 18 feet.                      exceptionally large and thin shelled for nut with
                         make good screens, mass plantings and shrub                4 Carolina buckthorn (Rhamnus                              very early maturity. The trees are vigorous, hardy
                         borders. Flowers are small, white and appear in            caroliniana) is a shrub to small tree to 25 feet           and of medium productivity. About 75 nuts per
                         may. Stems turn bright red during the winter               tall. leaves are 4 to 6 inches long, oval and are          pound.
                         months.                                                    shiny bright green. The flowers are small and              ‘James’ Original selection from Brunswick,
                         5 arrow wood (Viburnum recognitum) is a                    not showy, but the fruit turns orange in late              mo. Selection based on abundant, dark green,
                         shrub native to the south­central Ozarks, but              summer to shiny black at maturity. The fruit is            unusually large foliage. Abundant nut producer.
                         should do well statewide. it has showy clusters of         eaten by a variety of woodland birds, and deer             One of the better varieties and will grow well
                         white flowers in may­June and the blue­black               will browse the twigs. it will tolerate a wide             throughout missouri. Very cold hardy. This tree
                         berries ripen in the fall. many species of birds and       range of soils and grows well in the shade.                has an excellent growth form and is suitable for
                         mammals eat the fruit. This shrub attains a spread         5 Chokecherry (Prunus virginiana) is found                 ornamental plantings. About 75 to 80 nuts per
                         of 10 to 15 feet. grows best on well­drained               throughout northern and central missouri,                  pound.
                         soils and will tolerate partial shade to full sun.         mostly on moist, north­facing wooded slopes.               ‘Peruque’ The original selection of this pecan
                         multiple plants are sometimes used for visual              grows best in full sun, but tolerates partial              came from St. Charles. mo. Smaller nut than the
                         screens. Height to 16 feet.                                shade. Flowers are white dense clusters 3 to 6             other three varieties, but an excellent cracker
                         6 Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) is a small tree                 inches long. Fruit is red to dark purple and is            and very high percentage of nut meat to shell.
                         with large drooping, pear­shaped leaves that               excellent food for a variety of wildlife. Height           Consistent producer. Very thin shelled. An early
                         are slightly aromatic. Flowers are inconspicuous           to 30 feet.                                                pollen producer, which helps to pollinate other
                         and are green upon opening and turn dark                   50 plants total                                            varieties. About 80 nuts per pound.
                         purple or maroon when ripe. The edible fruit                                                                          ‘Colby’ Original seedling selection made from
                         is large, yellow­green, 3 to 6 inches long and
                         ripens between August and October. Fruits
                                                                                    QUAil COvEr                                                native tree from south­central il. east of St.
                                                                                                                                               louis, mo. resists freezes well. medium cracker
                         have a thin skin and a yellow custard­like pulp.           BUNDlE*                                                    and shelling quality (generally not in perfect
                         The leaves turn bright yellow in the fall. Height          SPeCieS inClUde 15 eACH OF:                                halves). This variety is vigorous and productive.
                         to 30 feet.                                                                                                           Typically holds onto its leaves late into the fall.
                                                                                    1 aromatic Sumac (see species 426)
                         30 plants total                                                                                                       nuts make good seed, and seedlings are good
                                                                                    2 Blackberry (see species 420)                             rootstock for grafting. long, large nut. About
                                                                                    3 False Indigo (see species 456)                           62 nuts per pound.
                                                                                    4 roughleaf Dogwood (see species 410)                      40 plants total



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