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White Oak - the acorns are much less bitter than the acorns of red oaks. They are small relative to most oaks, but are a valuable wildlife food, notably for turkeys, wood ducks, pheasants, grackles, jays, nuthatches, thrushes, woodpeckers, rabbits, squirrels, and deer. The young shoots are readily eaten by deer, and dried oak leaves are also eaten by white-tailed deer in the fall or winter.
Colorado Blue Spruce - when planted in parks and gardens it seldom exceeds 49 ft tall by 16 ft wide. It has densely growing horizontal branches. It has scaly grey bark on the trunk with yellowish-brown branches. Waxy grey-green leaves, up to 1 in long, are arranged radially on the shoots which curve upwards. The pale brown cones are up to 4 in long.
White Pine - they are popular as live Christmas trees. White pines are noted for holding their needles well, even long after being harvested. They also are well suited for people with allergies, as they give little to no aroma. A standard 6 ft tree takes approximately 6 to 8 years to grow in ideal conditions.
Redhaven Peach - produces an abundance of red-blushed, yellow skinned freestone fruit with firm, sweet yellow flesh. An excellent choice for canning and freezing, as well as fresh eating and making jams and jellies. Clusters of fragrant pink flowers emerge from deep rose buds in early spring, and foliage turns bright gold in fall, making this an attractive specimen for the landscape. This self-pollinating selection will set a heavier crop if planted near another variety of the same species.
Lilac Bush - a very popular ornamental plant in gardens and parks, because of its attractive, sweet-smelling flowers, which appear in early summer just before many of the roses and other summer flowers come into bloom. It is a large deciduous shrub or multi-stemmed small tree, growing to 20–23 ft high.
Sargent Crabapple - a dense, spreading, horizontally-branched shrub that may be grown as a dwarf tree. As a shrub, it typically grows 6-8 ft tall and spreads to 15' wide. Pink buds open to a spring bloom of fragrant, white flowers. Flowers are followed by small, red crabapples which mature in the fall. Fruits are long-lasting and attractive to birds.
Silky dogwood - a medium-sized deciduous shrub that is typically found in moist lowland areas, swamp borders, floodplains, shrub wetlands, and along streams and ponds. Twigs and leaf undersides have silky hairs, hence the common name. This dogwood typically grows to 6-12’ tall with an open-rounded form. Tiny yellowish-white flowers bloom in late spring to early summer. Flowers give way to attractive berry-like drupes that change from white to blue as they ripen in late summer. Birds are attracted to the fruit.
Blueberry Bush - an upright bush with a relatively shallow, fibrous root system and woody canes. Fruit is borne on buds formed during the previous growing season in late summer. Blueberry plants leaf, flower, and fruit in June. They are used as hedges, shrub borders, beautiful ornamentals or for wildlife.