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American Beautyberry

Callicarpa Americana
This rapidly growing, rounded shrub has a 4 to 8 foot spread. Tops will sometimes die back in cold winters, but flowering is
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Aromatic Sumac

Rhus aromatica
A shrub found over much of the state, usually in thickets. Fruit ripens in late spring or early summer and is eaten by many s
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Arrowwood Viburnum

Viburnum recognitum
This shrub is native to the south central Ozarks, but should do well statewide. It has showy clusters of white flowers in May
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Bald Cypress

Taxodium distichum
Very large trees that may live for more than 1,000 years. Commonly associated with southeastern swamps, but adapts easily to
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Black Cherry

Prunus serotina
Found statewide on a variety of sites from moist fertile bottoms to dry gravelly upland soils. The lumber is second only to w
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Black Chokeberry

Aronia melanocarpa
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
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Black Oak

Quercus velutina
Found statewide, but most common in the Ozarks. Will grow on dry, poor upland sites, but grows best in well-drained soils. G
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Black Walnut

Juglans nigra
The "black gold" of Missouri. Valued for its lumber and nuts, it is extensively cultivated statewide. Grows rapidly on deep
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Blackberry

Rubus spp.
Found throughout the state in woods, open fields and glades. Provides habitat for many wildlife species. Edible fruit ripens
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Blackgum

Nyssa sylvatica
Medium-sized tree found in south Missouri, but can be planted successfully statewide. Grows on deep, moist soils and along st
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Blackhaw

Viburnum prunifolium
This shrub is native statewide. Leaves are dark-green and flowers are rounded white clusters 2 to 4 inches across. Fruit is b
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Bur Oak

Quercus macrocarpa
Large acorns with fringed caps are characteristic of this oak. Grows statewide on a variety of sites including dry uplands an